You’ve likely heard the “I ate too much of a tasty, chocolatey edible and freaked the eff out” stories, whether from friends, family members, or from New York Times opinion columnist Maureen Dowd’s much-discussed coverage of her Colorado weed-tourist trip.
Adults in legal marijuana states exercised their rights in 2017 and indulged in a variety of products.
Dreidel is the kiddo’s version of gambling, or so I grew up thinking!
Sensuality circles! High teas! Expensive vape pens!
Champagne, citrus and cannabis add bright notes.
There’s a renaissance happening in the world of cannabis products, due in large part to the growing trend of legalization across the country.
For most people the idea of mixing marijuana and food still centers on either edibles or being high and getting the munchies.
Yup, it’s exactly what it sounds like – a cannabis based pop-up restaurant is opening shop in Chicago on December 4th.
Whether you enthusiastically celebrate the inherently strange tradition of Thanksgiving with a doofy fold-out paper turkey, or you reject the idea but love to feast with your family, the eating can be good for everyone.
Stephanie Agakian first discovered the benefits of cannabis-friendly massage second-hand, so to speak.