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CANNABIS CULTURE – Sure, you could stick to the status quo with a trip to Amsterdam or Jamaica to celebrate your favorite flower; or you could visit a place none of your friends have explored before. Peruse our list of ten 4/20 destinations to elevate your celebration!

CANNABIS CULTURE – The medicinal cannabis industry in Puerto Rico has seen a rise after the recovery from two natural disasters last year.  From dispensaries to manufacturing plants, the future keeps getting brighter for cannabis in the island. 

CANNABIS CULTURE – I often tell people that “medical marijuana is not a panacea – it won’t necessarily help or cure everything.” However, I take a look at all the conditions that cannabis could be helpful for, and I start thinking, “maybe cannabis isn’t a cure-all, but it does seem to look that way!”

CANNABIS CULTURE – H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) the oddball impoverished writer of pulp horror fiction, whose work only came to know success after his untimely demise, left a curious story about a time shifting plant and 4:20.

CANNABIS CULTURE – While women continue to take the lead in the future of cannabis, holding more executive positions than in any other industry, some aspects of the industry continue to revert to antiquated gender expectations. The out-of-date notions claiming that it isn’t “ladylike” to smoke pot or that women aren’t as well-versed as menRead More
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CANNABIS CULTURE – For Budtenders, the job requirements are essentially the same everywhere. Of course each shop will have its own way of doing things, so you’ll need to adjust to those specific rules, but it’s not like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) will suddenly mean something different in another country.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – I was rewatching the documentary The Scientist, which looks at how Raphael Mechoulam and his team discovered tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and the endocannabinoid system (ECS). At the 33:30 mark, there’s a section titled “Hashish for Children”. 
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