Cannabis Stocks are highly volatile but can yield high returns from the 'Green Rush'
With recreational cannabis now legal in 10 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, and medical cannabis legal in 33, federal legalization in A... Read Full Article
What is Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) and how can I get relief from the symptoms
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome, or CHS for short, is a recurring condition some heavy cannabis users experience. It is not known why s... Read Full Article
Back in the ’70s, I took a psychology class at Kankakee Community College in Illinois. I remember the teacher saying men reached their sexual peak at 18 and women at 30. She also said men usually climax in 3 to 5 minutes; women took 20 minutes ... Read Full Article
Carbon, my 15-year-old cat, is sleeping peacefully beside me as I write this, having just eaten a dish of tuna with cannabidiol (CBD) oil. Six weeks ago, he had a constant runny nose that turned into a nosebleed. I took him to the vet, where for roug... Read Full Article
Compared to those without medical cannabis recommendations, cannabis users with medical cannabis recommendations had 0.59 times fewer drinks per day
A new study came to the conclusion that cannabis users with medical cannabis recommendations d... Read Full Article
Choosing a cannabis testing lab to get the most accurate results for the best price
In regulated states, before cannabis hits dispensary shelves, it has to meet certain testing requirements, like food and supplements. The differenc... Read Full Article
While CBD is being touted by many across the globe as a cure all, a newly-published study found that THC in marijuana has strong eye benefits for glaucoma patients and that CBD actually blocks those beneficial effects. One of the most commonly propos... Read Full Article
On the day after Christmas, like many people, I sat on the couch in my pajamas, sipping coffee and staring at my laptop. I wasn’t watching Netflix or taking a Facebook quiz, though; instead, I was waiting for my evaluation to become a New York ... Read Full Article
In 1963, when I started nurse’s training, John F. Kennedy was the president, Jackie was the first lady, and, if I played my cards right, Prince Charles might wait for me to grow up before he found a bride. Life was good.
By the tim... Read Full Article
Researchers recently concluded, after comparing the brain morphology of 140 cannabis consumers and 121 people in a control group, that cannabis doesn't cause brain damage.
Researchers found that marijuana use had “no signific... Read Full Article
The East Coast still lags behind the West when it comes to cannabis legalization, but times are finally changing – at least in the Northern states. Maine, Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, and Vermont have legalized recreational cannabis... Read Full Article
Start Your Cannabis Business and Turn Your Cannabis-Industry Dream into Reality
As nationwide legalization begins to seem inevitable, more and more people are looking to make money in the cannabis industry. Turn on the radio in New York,... Read Full Article
Learning to making rosin at home with simple tools
As a budtender of one of the world's coolest cannabis dispensaries, Magnolia Oakland, I can guarantee the best views are always behind the counter. With a full calendar of classes and events, ... Read Full Article
She asked me, “How high is too high?” She was the first to ask, but not the last.
In California, on January 1, 2018, thanks to changes in the rules governing marijuana use, people were not required to have a physician’s recom... Read Full Article
Legal CBD offers symptom relief for a number of conditions.
You may have noticed that products containing the cannabinoid CBD are everywhere these days, not just in dispensaries and recreational-cannabis shops. Websites selling CBD produ... Read Full Article
How to Use Just Enough, but Not Too Much
If you’ve never consumed cannabis before, it’s normal to be a bit wary your first time. Maybe you’ve never smoked anything and don’t want to, in which case you’ll be ... Read Full Article
The Truth Behind the Marijuana Misconceptions
Myth: Smoking Cannabis kills brain cells.
Fact: A 2015 study from the University of Louisville found that cannabis didn’t damage brain cells. This verified a 2003 report in the Journal of the ... Read Full Article
Understanding the New Marijuana Lingo
Butane hash oil (BHO): Sticky, resinous substance created by extracting the cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant. Liquid butane is the solvent that dissolves the trichome shells and releases... Read Full Article
There are no secrets or magic-bullet techniques to growing high-quality cannabis at home; all you have to do is follow a few simple principles. Many people overthink it, and try to employ every trick they have ever heard from their friends to boost p... Read Full Article
Marijuana law reform made huge gains in the 2018 midterm elections, both at the state level and in Congress, and reforms are also being considered at the international level.
Michigan became the first state in the Midwest to legali... Read Full Article
Cannabis concentrates have two main advantages: they get you higher, faster; and they allow you to consume cannabis more discreetly than smoking. Concentrates include vape oils, which consumers can vaporize through a pen with little to no odor, and w... Read Full Article
Gone are the days of rolling up a towel to stuff under the door and trying to hide the smell of the weed you’re smoking. No more giving yourself away with the skunky smell and risking personal or legal consequences. A cannabis cartridge in a va... Read Full Article
Vaping is often touted as being less harmful. But this is not always the case in the land of the unregulated cannabis industry, where a recent study showed cannabidiol (CBD) e-liquid products have some undetermined occurrence of adulterations with dr... Read Full Article
Cannabis Has Many Alternative Cannabis-Infused Products for Seniors and New Consumers
Cannabis-infused products are made by cooking cannabis in oil or butter and straining out the plant matter. The infused oil (or another concentrate, such as... Read Full Article
Most cannabis users are familiar with dried cannabis flowers, which are the buds you smoke or vape. Before selling them, growers dry and cure buds to allow the plant to use up any remaining sugars and nutrients. This allows the true flavor to come th... Read Full Article
As wildfires rage on and wreak havoc in California, I write this blog from the relative safety, and comfort of a legally permitted cannabis dispensary and consumption lounge in Oakland, California. It’s become quite a respite to be able to esca... Read Full Article
You may have seen the latest statistics or heard that seniors are the fastest growing group of medical marijuana users. It’s true, and I can speak from first-hand experience: medical marijuana is good for seniors.
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Cannabis comes in many forms, from flowers to extracts to transdermal patches. There are so many ways to consume cannabis, finding the best methods for you can be quite a task. Here is a quick breakdown of each type to help you decide which ones... Read Full Article
Cannabis buyers often choose a strain based on the amount of THC it contains. While indicas are known to be relaxing and sativas to be energizing, that’s only part of the story. Cannabinoids such as THC and CBD combine with a plant’s terp... Read Full Article
Those who prefer not to smoke or vape cannabis can still access its benefits by eating it. THC edibles are a popular way to experience the psychoactive and pain-relieving effects of cannabis, while CBD edibles provide pain relief without the high. Ed... Read Full Article
Medical marijuana patients usually buy their cannabis medicine at a dispensary, where
budtenders help them choose the best products for their ailments. Dispensaries are often set up
like medical offices, where patients walk through the door into a ... Read Full Article
WHAT IS MYRCENE?
Myrcene is the smallest of the monoterpenes and has a flavor and smell described as earthy, fruity and clove-like. Monoterpenes are the building blocks of other larger and more complex terpenoids and cannabinoids. Found abundant... Read Full Article
Cannabis has a long history of cultivation by humans for medicinal and utilitarian uses. Medically it has been a part of Chinese medicine for 1000's of years dating back to Emperor Shen Nung who was a pharmacologist and wrote a book in 2737 B.C. ... Read Full Article
More and more people are turning to cannabis to seek relief for their pets. Whether it’s from seizures, arthritis, anxiety, pain or itching, pet owners across the world are increasingly seeing the benefits of CBD for their cats and dogs. ... Read Full Article
Cannabis is a genus of flowering plant within the family Cannabaceae. Cannabis can contain up to 483 known compounds including over 113 known cannabinoids. Our bodies produce cannabinoids endogeously, or internally, called endocannabinoids. These e... Read Full Article
Cannabis strains fall into three basic categories: indicas, sativas, and hybrids. Both the effects and the plants themselves are distinctly different; tall, lanky sativas tend to produce uplifting effects, while short, bushy indicas are mor... Read Full Article
Cannabis, or marijuana, is a flowering plant, and the flowers are commonly referred to as buds. These buds contain compounds called cannabinoids, which produce the psychoactive and/or therapeutic effect of the plant. Although many cannabinoids exist,... Read Full Article
California made history in 1996 when it passed Prop 215 (The Compassionate Use Act) and became the first state to allow patients with a doctor's recommendation to use medical cannabis. In the twenty years since, residents of the state have create... Read Full Article
It's been nearly four years since Washington state residents voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in November 2012. Systems have been implemented to tax and regulate the different facets of the state's retail cannabis industry ... Read Full Article
When it comes to medications administered to patients in a healthcare facility, you won't currently find any kind of cannabis-related medicine. But a doctor at Marin General Hospital in San Francisco is looking to change that. Dr. Larry Bed... Read Full Article
The 2016 year has seen an unprecedented number of states jumping in on the ever-growing cannabis law reform movement. This coming November, voters in a total of eight states will have the opportunity to vote on marijuana initiatives in both the recre... Read Full Article
In 2016, cannabis remains illegal in most places around the world. According to statistics, someone gets arrested for marijuana possession every minute in the United States alone. The American Civil Liberties Union estimates that excluding adjudicati... Read Full Article
There has been quite a bit of talk about the use of cannabis by expecting mothers recently highlighting past study results which linked cannabis use to low birth weights and premature births. A study has been published online in the&n... Read Full Article
Superman OG Strain Review and Breakdown
As long time Superman fans, a strain named for the iconic superhero garners much attention. As the strongest man in the world, Superman's legendary status gives high hopes for this strain which... Read Full Article
by Medicinal Michael Boris
The Local Sesh San Diego is a legal cannabis industry event promoting safety in cannabis as well as de-stigmatizing the community. They are the biggest event San Diego has yet to see for medical cannabis and indeed the s... Read Full Article
The Godfather Charles Wright (Bear) born in California May 16th 1961. Charles wrestled in the WWF/WWE from 1991-2002 and has 4 wonderful children and a beautiful wife.
Charles is being honored at this years Las Vegas Hempfestival June 4th 2016 for h... Read Full Article
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