CANNABIS CULTURE – On the final weekend of June 2018, legions of glass artists and heady aficionados congregated in Sea-To-Sky country at Gone to the Dogs farm for the Great Canadian Glass Gathering.
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CANNABIS CULTURE – South Africa´s police helicopters are spraying toxic glyphosate herbicide along the country´s biodirvesity sensitive Atlantic Wild Coast to kill Cannabis (Marijuana) drug crop farmed by poor communities, a watchdog ecologist says.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Meet MJ Martin; a young, vibrant woman. A married mother of three with no known previous health concerns. Seemingly unexpectedly, she began having excruciating chest pain, and trouble swallowing. MJ was in pain daily, unable to eat or drink. Doctor after doctor, test after test and MJ was finally diagnosed with Achalasia.
CANNABIS CULTURE- This week, Canada’s Senate approved the Liberal government’s cannabis legalization bill. While this legislative hurdle is clear, many are concerned that over-regulation and government monopolies have hijacked the natural order away from true cannabis liberty.
CANNABIS CULTURE – YouTube has been under scrutiny recently for a number of reasons. In response to advertisers complaints, they demonetized many channels with an Adpocalypse. Next, they implemented algorithms that affected organic reach. Then they started squeezing out content that isn’t ad friendly. All of these actions taken were reactive, but it isRead More
In 2012, Washington State voted to legalize marijuana. By 2014, the world’s first system for legally growing, processing and retailing cannabis was operating.
When it comes to cannabinoids, age matters. We have talked to Dr. Robert Hashemiyoon about cannabis being a potential anti-aging medicine, and there are several good reasons for this, including …
CANNABIS CULTURE – On many drug addiction programs, “abstinence” is the keyword. The reasoning? Perhaps something akin to “Using cannabis keeps you in a drug-using environment, and potentially makes you susceptible to using other drugs (gateway theory). Also, cannabis is a drug, and you cannot use drugs to get off other drugs.”
CANNABIS CULTURE – Mr. Keith Stroup is a Washington, DC public-interest attorney who founded NORML in 1970. Stroup obtained his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Illinois in 1965, and in 1968 he graduated from Georgetown Law School in Washington, DC. Following two years as staff counsel for the National Commission onRead More
Business is booming at cannabis shops around B.C. in anticipation of the day that they can finally sell their products legally. “We’ve been begging to be legitimized for years,” said Owen Smith of Leaf Compassion, a cannabis dispensary business with locations across Vancouver Island.