The Mernahuana Zone 100 Vapor Bag Challenge

With the dog days of summer creating plenty of lollygagging, it’s been a challenge to really turn The Mernahuana Zone up to pay-per-view levels. Canada only has a few months of outdoor toking weather, so it’s important that we get out there and toke it up. This week at Vapor Central we gave everyone there a reason to stay inside – well over 100 budder vapor bags were brewed up via Bong Man.

I say well over 100 budder vapor bags because we lost count. It happens when you having fun. Regardless everyone had a fantastic time, despite many folks having to go home early. One audience member has reported to falling asleep in their clothing and another passed out down front during the set.

Best, I had an opportunity to really get medicated because our first Skype guest Cheryl Shuman was incredibly captivating. Cheryl is known as the Martha Stewart of cannabis, but more importantly she operates a Beverly Hills Cannabis Club. Shuman’s putting 420 of the 90210.

I was expecting maybe 10 minutes of her time, but she gave us a full half hour. It’s amazing how cannabis closes culture gaps. Shuman is from a ‘different world’ than us Torontokers (though I’ve been trying to crash Rosedale tea parties with great weed and a volcano vaporizer). Our only points of reference is a television show (90201) and of course cannabis.

Shuman outted herself after discovering the powerful effects of medical marijuana. Ganja was her game changer. Recognizing her high society friends looked down on marijuana people while they toked – Shuman opted to step out by throwing cannabis themed events.

This interview is available via Vapor Central YouTube channel – it’s so good.

Matt Mernagh

Matt Mernagh is author of Marijuana Smoker's Guidebook The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains ( by Green Candy Press and hosts a weekly weedy webcast The Menahuana Zone on Pot.TV every Tuesday. The Mernagh Ruling is a test case of Canada's cannabis laws and was spearheaded by Mernagh, lawyer Paul Lewin and 22 witnesses from across Canada.