BY RAMANI VENKATESH Centuries ago, societies all over the world used Marijuana as a go-to drug for various kind of medical treatments. Marijuana also known as cannabis or hashish was banned in the 1930s, due to the fear of addiction and growing awareness, despite the fact of it being able to cure various diseases. […]Read more.
By Josh Harkinson Abigail Batchelder/Flickr In the fruit and veggie cornucopia that is California, local farmers markets sell everything from brandywine tomatoes and lemon cucumbers to hedgehog mushrooms and fresh medjool dates. But no farmers market can match the selection of the one in the Mendocino County town of Laytonville, which offers, among other […]Read more.
By Shelbi Jay Sierra Wellness Connection will be serving its first medical marijuana patients on Wednesday August 26th. Sierra Wellness will be the first medical marijuana dispensary to open in Reno and the second to open in all of Nevada. Additionally, they are the only fully licensed seed-to-sale medical cannabis provider in Reno. This […]Read more.
By Lisa Rough “Better to die fighting for freedom than be a prisoner all of the days of your life” — a fitting quote from Bob Marley to describe a happy day for cannabis supporters. Jeff Mizanskey is a nonviolent prisoner who has been jailed in Missouri for the last 20 years, from […]Read more.
BY C.R. ROBERTS Staff writer Previous cannabis-related conventions and trade shows in Washington have lacked only one thing: cannabis. That is about to change. Given what he’s about to bring to Tacoma, the “M” in Cory Wray’s MBA might well stand for marijuana, a substance of which he claims to be a longtime consumer. The […]Read more.
BY JONATHAN KAUFFMAN RUSSELL YIP, THE CHRONICLE There are millions of recipes for granola, but few involve a gram scale. The scale is one of the first things that Stephany Gocobachi and Akhil Khadse bring out when they start a batch of medicated granola for Flour Child, their new enterprise. As the oven in […]Read more.
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD Credit Golden Cosmos Even as support for ending marijuana prohibition is building around the country, Congress and the Obama administration remain far too timid about the need for change. Last year, residents in Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia voted to join Colorado and Washington State in making recreational use of […]Read more.
Eva Silva When Jeannie met Jack Herer— a longtime activist known as the ‘Emperor of Hemp’—in 1994, she never imagined the path her life would take. Now, over 20 years later, she carries on her own work in the industry and plans to establish the Jack Herer Museum to carry on Jack’s work and […]Read more.
In Berlin on Saturday, marchers will come out in force in support of cannabis. Politicians, too, have called for weed’s legalization. Many Germans consider prohibition policies to have failed, Matthias von Hein reports. Berlin’s Hanfparade (Hemp Parade) has now taken place every year since 1997. Last year, according to the official website, 6,500 people demonstrated […]Read more.
By Neal Pollack, The Cannabist Staff It’s breakfast time at the Bud+Breakfast in Silverthorne. (Bud+Breakfast) Upstairs at the Bud+Breakfast, the hosts had laid out a fine buffet. Half-eaten store-bought pizzas sat on the stove and the kitchen counter, along with a barely-touched tray of crudité. More importantly, the offerings included five different strains of […]Read more.
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