How to Smoke When You Are Broke

We’re Talking About Flower Here Being broke doesn’t necessarily mean you have no money coming in. Maybe work is slow or you’re going to school and you can’t afford to buy large amounts of weed and smoke all you want. I’m going to tell you how to get the most out of your money when buying cannabis and smoking it. …

The Final Propaganda Battle In The War On Weed

The War On Weed’s days are numbered. That should be pretty obvious, by now. State after state has jumped on the bandwagon against the War On Weed, liberalizing their harsh laws on cannabis through decriminalization, legalization of medicinal marijuana, or outright legalization for adult recreational use. In fact, it’s getting harder and harder to find any states which haven’t done …

Why Is Trump Ramping Up His Unwieldy War on Weed?

Earlier this week, it was revealed that President Donald Trump has created a Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee, one in which various federal agencies that oversee marijuana policy work together to find ways to prevent Americans from having access to the drug. According to a summary of a meeting held between the White House and nine government departments in July, “the prevailing …

The Ultimate Fall TV Guide for Stoners

Remember when TV was exclusively dumb procedurals? Seems like forever ago, especially considering just how incredible TV has become in the last several years. And with fall just around the corner, a lot of that incredible TV is also just around the corner. We all know that there ain’t a lot better than relaxing with a few jazz cigarettes after …

What’s Next for the Cannabis Industry?

Rising to the next level. Large companies are still weary regarding finance in cannabis, but this implies nice opportunities for smaller players in the game. Near the end of July, the cannabis trade watched as two Canadian corporations set a replacement record. Aurora Cannabis nonheritable MedReleaf (another Canadian cannabis producer) for CA$3.2 billion — $2.3 billion in U.S. dollars. This, …

Here’s How Long Traces of Marijuana Can Remain in Breast Milk

Marijuana is rapidly becoming legal across the United States as citizens and lawmakers question the wisdom of outlawing a drug that is, by almost any conceivable measure, much less dangerous than alcohol. But “less dangerous” doesn’t mean “risk-free,” and the increasing ubiquity of legal pot raises serious medical and health questions that we are only beginning to unravel. Click here …

Marijuana in the Midterms

Marijuana legalization is going to be a lead issue in the 2018 elections. Advocating for an end to our decades-long failed prohibition is not only good policy, but good politics. Regulating the adult use of marijuana is currently supported by a majority of Americans from all political persuasions, and any candidate for local, state or federal office would be wise …

Growing Marijuana in Your Home

We think every person has the God given Right to grow cannabis in the privacy of their own home. Refresh my memory, why is it we are not allowed to do this? It is because of the lies of a few greedy men in government and business who decided to make marijuana illegal in order to further promote their own …

The Ins and Outs of Growing Cannabis at Home

In a new era where giant industrial growrooms are becoming the norm, we thought it would be valuable to get back to our outlaw roots this month. Specifically, we’re going back to our growing roots—in a closet, tent, garage or unfinished basement. Despite more and more states legalizing and regulating cannabis, there are still many people that need—or want—to grow …

Maybe Now Congress Will Act On Marijuana Banking Reform?

Over two decades after California legalized medical marijuana (becoming the first of many states to do so), Congress has still refused to act in any way to admit the fact that the times they are a-changin’ on marijuana law. Six years after Colorado and Washington became the first two states to outright legalize recreational use for adults, Congress still refuses …