Here’s an interesting explanation for why things have been going our way, sort of. It’s the “social mood.” Of course it is. Euan Wilson is a researcher at the Socionomics Institute, a Gainesville (Ga.) think tank that examines the relationship between the overall mood of society and the gyrations of the financial markets, and […]
“Kush” is one of two strains (the other being “Afghani“) of cannabis plants indigenous to an area covering Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and north-west India. This is the range of the Hindu Kush Mountains. Hindu Kush means “killer of Hindus.” And this is some killer cannabis. Kush is an indica, from the high mountains, where the […]
The Feds say they will stay out, then come rushing in. “Colombian cartels?” Really, what’s it mean? But what was obviously meant as a show of force actually demonstrates the true weakness of the federal government. Notice, this was a massive operation – the largest raids since medical marijuana was legalized in Colorado. They hit […]
Don’t act like you’ve never made this comparison. I instantly made that comparison when I first saw dabs. Dr. Andy Mendenhall is an addiction specialist and the in-patient medical director of Hazelden in Beaverton. He talks about dabbing being similar to crack cocaine.
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A great friend of the hemp plant has left us. Peter Lewis, chairman of Progressive Insurance, died on Saturday afternoon at his home in Coconut Grove Florida apparently due to natural causes. He had just celebrated his 80th birthday on November 11. Lewis was probably the country’s most high-profile billionaire backer of drug law reform. […]
What do patients prefer, medicine wise? What medicine is effective when coping with inflammatory bowel disease? HINT: The correct answer is the same for both questions — natural form cannabis. Subjects who consume cannabis for therapeutic purposes prefer herbal forms of the plant to pharmaceutically produced derivatives, according to survey data published in The Journal of […]
As the eventual day of re-legalization draws closer, segments of our culture are starting to discuss how cannabis will — not fit back in, because it is there already — but how the role of cannabis will be defined. Is it an intoxicant? An enhancer? Just what will we let cannabis do when prohibition is […]
The U.S workforce aren’t failing their drug tests for marijuana nearly as much as they were in 2002. The use has dropped 1% in the last 10 years. It would seem that positive tests for marijuana wouldn’t be in decline.