Religion & Beliefs

Boreh Pri Ha’Ganja: What’s the Proper Blessing to Say Over Weed?

We asked three scholars and got seven different opinions Read More

By / August 17, 2017

In Judaism, blessings are said during certain moments to sanctify an act, like performing a religious ritual, or having a meal. There’s the famous recurring bit from Fiddler on the Roof that insists, “There is a blessing for everything.”

So, is there a bracha for getting stoned?

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