Here are 5 Diseases Marijuana Can Cure

Recreational marijuana, which was legalized in Washington, D.C. and decriminalized in February 2015 in Alaska has been deemed to be less dangerous as compared to both tobacco and alcohol, according to several scientists. Scientists have argued over the years about the safety of cannabis in comparison to alcohol, however in a report published in January 2015 in Scientific Reports, researchers …

Getting High the Canadian Way: 10 Tips for Reducing the Harms of Marijuana Use

As Canada moves forward with marijuana legalization, the Canadian public health establishment is busily attempting to deal with the reality of legal weed in an oh-so-Canadian fashion: pragmatic and practical, but very, very concerned. Canada is a country that bedecks cigarettes packages with photos of diseased lungs and bilingual warnings of certain doom, and its public health experts are not …

STOP Buying Hemp CBD

Hemp CBD VS. REAL CBD We have a big problem here folks. People who are in serious need of some CBD and being targeted for fake shit sold in A LOT of stores. I was just informed that pet stores now have “CBD” treats for dogs. These companies are even ripping off dogs! We need to discuss the difference between …

Marijuana Dabbing, Not to Be Confused With Latest Dance Craze

House Speaker Paul Ryan let the nation know that he was, in fact, well aware what dabbing was during his town hall interview with CNN Thursday. The 46-year-old even demonstrated the popular dance move and referenced NFL star Cam Newton’s particular style of dabbing. But in cannabis culture, a dab is an incredibly potent concentrate made from marijuana’s main psychoactive ingredient …

Legalizing Marijuana Dramatically Reduces Traffic Stop Searches

In states where marijuana has been legalized, traffic stops resulting in searches by state police are down dramatically, according to a new analysis from the Marshall Project and the Center for Investigative Reporting. With marijuana possession being legal, police in legal states can no longer assume criminal activity merely because of the presence of pot, which would have given them …

Could Weed Be Used to Treat Period Pain?

According to reports this week, marijuana is about to be approved to treat period pains by legislators in New York. Cannabis is already allowed for medicinal use in 29 American states for a variety of conditions such as cancer, HIV or Aids, severe nausea, seizures and persistent muscle spasms (for example with people who have multiple sclerosis). Could period pains …

Is Big Alcohol Taking a Hit From Legal Weed?

The legal weed market appears to be impacting booze’s bottom line. Consumer trend data compiled by OutCo and Monocle Research finds that many California twenty-somethings, post-legalization, are switching from beer to pot. Marketers surveyed 2,000 cannabis consumers in seven major California cities. One-third of millennial respondents said that they are choosing cannabis over beer. One out of five acknowledged substituting …

Why Republicans in Congress Are Suddenly at the Epicenter of Marijuana Reform

While the marijuana community—consumers, industry and advocates alike—eyes with trepidation the reign of avowed anti-pot Republican Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department, the Trump executive branch isn’t the only game in town when it comes to making marijuana policy. Congress is back in session, and after last November’s legalization and medical marijuana victories at the polls, the pot state delegation …