Have dogs? Then you know both how much joy they can bring to a home, and also how expensive it can be to keep a dog healthy. Research shows that owning a dog is good for your health. And common sense says that a healthy dog is better for your health than a sick dog.Read More
One of the most dreadful scenarios that you may find yourself in as a marijuana smoker is a drug test. It may cost you a job or other opportunity. You may have other health reasons for wanting to detox, and you have come to the right place. The good news is that there is aRead More
I was walking down a side street in Rome near the Spanish Steps when a sign leapt out at me: “Weed Shop.” Be still my Seattleite heart.
Green smoothies and cold-pressed juices are lauded for their ability to give the body a boost without taxing the digestive system as much as eating does.
A mother who is pleading for a licence for medicinal cannabis for her sick toddler who suffers from seizures plans to climb Croagh Patrick this Sunday in order to highlight her plight.
Lamar Odom, who has battled crack cocaine addiction, recently stated that he found marijuana was helpful in his treatment and recovery for substance abuse.
Driving Growers and Sellers Underground, the Canadian Government Begins to Usurp the Marijuana Industry
Most may be surprised to learn that Canada’s largest black market involves the very same substance the government has recently deemed to be legislated as “not illegal.” But for many otherwise law-abiding members of society, “not illegal” doesn’t mean “legal” either. Members of this enormous underground market aren’t tattooed thugs or violent criminals—they’re parents, grandparents, teachers, communityRead More
Even if you are open-minded about the benefits of cannabis, popular methods like eating edibles, smoking, or vaping can seem intimidating.
Michelin-trained ‘Herbal Chef’ will create two eight-course tasting menus infused with THC and CBD extracts at Vancouver dinners.
‘People Are Going to Get Over Thc and Start Developing Their Terpene Palettes,’ Predicts Neuroscientist Adie Poe
The future of cannabis connoisseurship is in terpenes—not THC, according to neuroscientist Adie Poe.