Around the world attitudes towards the use of cannabis are shifting.
The Israeli government has taken steps to reduce the penalties for personal marijuana use.
The cannabis-friendly “vacation” of yesteryear was largely spent on the living room couch, far away from prying eyes and prosecution.
The Silk Road may have gotten a lot more interesting than history class would have us believe.
A conference on Canada’s economic future got a taste Wednesday of a possible new strategy for the country: Becoming a world leader in the burgeoning marijuana industry.
More travelers are focusing their trips around these three themes, rather than traditional sights.
More and more advocates are looking towards 2016 to be a huge year for cannabis, and if you want to make a difference, the time is now.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – It gives users super human strength, makes them impervious to pain and can be bought for as little as $2 across New York. It can also kill, police say.
For every responsible cannabis consumer out there, there’s a negative stereotyper who assumes that cannabis users are all “mad on the reefer” without taking into account the many positive arguments for legalization.
There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course. It’s been around humankind pretty much forever.