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HMJ Classics: Hemp & Henry Ford

[Originally part of a series called "4 Fascinating Facts About Hemp"]   Love him or hate him — major player in world-wide industrialization, latter-day robber baron, Nazi sympathizer, rich as hell — Henry Ford understood the potential and the value of the industrial applications of the cannabis — hemp — plant. Back in the 1930′s […]

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“One Toke” Declared a “Modern Spiritual”

Just a few weeks back “One Toke Over the Line,” a 1971 stoner anthem by Brewer & Shipley, played in the HMJ FunHouse in an offering called “The Culture of Reefer Madness.”  Here’s a 1971 clip from the Lawrence Welk Show (ask your Grandpa and Grandma — they know who he is; he was a […]

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Can U Explain This CBD Exemption?

If you ever read the comments after most any HMJ post, there are some smart folks visit this blog.  So, brainiacs, let’s talk about this CBD-exemption thing.   Several states now treat possession of a high CBD / low THC strain, usually in the form of a concentrate, as “not a crime, if . . .”.  […]

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LoveStoned: Ritual

We all have at least one. Those of us who are religious/ spiritual have a ritual of faith, maybe daily prayer or church. Daily life is a ritual. Your morning coffee and cigarette, or bong hit, it’s all ritual. Humans by nature are habitual. We enjoy the consistency, the routine of something to look forward […]

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It’s Cannabis Day in Canada

Hail Mary Jane wants to wish all our Canadian friends a Happy Cannabis Day, which falls each year on Canada’s national holiday, Canada Day.  Sure wish I was in Vancouver. Happy Cannabis Day!!   Looks like the Art Museum in Vancouver to me. [image: Google images "Canadian Pot Flag"]

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HMJ Classics: Hemp’s Place as Medicine

[Originally a part of the series "4 Fascinating Facts About Hemp"]   Healing is all in a day’s work for the hemp plant. 1. A Chinese compendium of herbal medicines, the Pen T’aso Kang Mu, was first published around 2800 BCE. Cannabis is recommended for treating constipation, gout, malaria, rheumatism and menstrual problems. It was […]

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“No Flowers MMJ” is Anti-Poor

A few days back HMJ ran a story from Minnesota called “No Flowers for the Sick.”  Minnesota has created a medical marijuana program that allows only concentrates, no flowers. It looks like New York is going in the same direction.  NY will not allow smoked medicine.   Smoking is not a healthy activity. There is […]

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HMJ Classics: Hemp & Hinduism

[First posted as part of a series called "4 Fascinating Facts About Hemp"]   Cannabis is one of humanity’s oldest cultivated plants. Hinduism is one of humanity’s oldest religions. No surprise, they have a history together. 1. The Hindu scripture called the Rig Veda, which dates to around 1500 BCE [that's 3,500 years ago], states […]

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HMJ FunHouse: Riding Roller Coasters

Like coasters?  Try these.   “World’s Steepest” — Japan At Six Flags Over Texas “Sky Scream” from Germany Blood surging and heart pounding? Now you’re ready for the weekend. Enjoy.

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LoveStoned: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I stay or should I go? Any human being who has ever taken part in a relationship, whether casual or committed, has at some point, had to ask themselves this question. I can’t say I have ever had a breakup that happened when it probably should have; meaning, in my experience (and from what […]

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