For Darrin Zeer, a wander through the Himalayas in the 1980s was a revelation that’s led to a cannabis consciousness he’s bringing to Alberta’s Rockies.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Julia Lake taught high school in Los Angeles for more than 30 years. When she retired in 2017, she knew exactly how she wanted to spend her days. An avid gardener, she dreamed of filling her yard with massive flower beds filled with towering rhizomes and brightly colored irises. Unfortunately, the arthriticRead More
If this heat is making your temper boil faster than normal, we have some events that will cool you down.
The thought of giving Mom some weed for Mother’s Day wouldn’t have entered our minds a few years ago, and for some of you, it never will.
A pungent fog blankets Goda Yoga in Culver City. It’s Friday night and the studio is packed, with overflow mats extending down the back hall to the bathroom.
Seven people are lying in a circle in the center of a small room, lit only by candlelight from an altar.
Use of cannabis to enhance the yoga experience is nothing new, but classes that are tailored to the preferences of cannabis users are splashing into popularity as cannabis slowly enters the mainstream.
A summer camp for adult weed-smokers has opened up in the depths of the Colorado forest
With legalization in Washington and Colorado and over a dozen states allowing cannabis for medical use, it seems there is a buzz spreading through North America these days. Some members of the yoga community have caught it as well, leading to some recent news stories about the development of Ganja Yoga.