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One of the most controversial topics brought up at City Hall since the summer break has been the legalization of marijuana. Councilor Rey Garduno believes pot penalties should be reduced. Garduno told the media outside the council’s chambers Monday that if people arrested on marijuana charges have less than 1 ounce of marijuana on […]Read more.
BY JORDAN SCHRADER The marijuana being sold legally at Washington’s new retail stores is the product of a loving but strict upbringing. By and large, it comes from plants that sprouted, grew and flowered under bright lights in climate-controlled rooms, every aspect of their cultivation tightly managed. Count Toni Reita out of all that. […]Read more.
Richard Jansen “The new materials have a different combination of stiffness and stretchiness compared to both existing bioplastics and traditional plastics. They can also inherit the properties of the original plant, meaning parsley plastic could have antioxidant properties, or cinnamon plastic could be antibacterial.” Full Article: http://www.tcetoday.com/latest%20news/2014/august/italian-team-builds-better-bioplastics.aspxRead more.
Editorial Hemp is not marijuana. It looks like marijuana. It’s related to marijuana. But it’s not marijuana. You can’t get high off of it. But someday, maybe, you could get rich off of it. Well, OK, maybe not rich. But there might be some money to be made in a plant fiber so useful […]Read more.
By Anonymous At some point in the middle of my 70-year-old mom’s bong rip, as the distinctive schalp schlap schlap sound echoed in the kitchen, it dawned on me that my family life had recently taken a strange turn. Through a haze of pungent smoke I saw not just the woman who raised me, but a late-life […]Read more.
BY MIRIAM COLEMAN “Young follows the information about cotton agriculture with a few tips on sustainable laundry habits, noting that most of a garment’s environmental impacts come from washing and drying. Among the rumpled-rocker-friendly tips, he suggests line-drying over machine drying, skipping the iron and washing less often. He also notes that hemp is an […]Read more.
REPORTER: HELEN KAPALOS | PRODUCER: ALEX HODGKINSON Cassie Batten and Rhett Wallace’s home was raided just weeks after revealing on Sunday Night they treated their severely epileptic son with cannabis oil. The Epping Sex Offences and Child Abuse Investigation team raided the family’s Mernda home and seized all of the three-year-old’s cannabis oil tincture, […]Read more.
Besides fruits and vegetables, it turns out cannabis can be added to your juicer as well. For those unfamiliar with the juicing phenomenon, the process of making cannabis juice is surprisingly simple. All you really need is a blender/juicer and some raw material. Full Article & Video: http://www.spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com/can-juicing-cannabis-chage-your-life-5-reasons-to-juice-cannabis/Read more.
As part of a week of action against Monsanto, musician HUMAN joins Occupy Maui in solidarity to sing their new anthem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4GaT-Otv9URead more.
By Mark Vanderhoff University of Kentucky researcher David Williams is studying which hemp varieties are best suited for growing in Kentucky. Mark Vanderhoff WLKY It took a legal fight just to get the seeds in the ground, but two months later, Kentucky’s first legal hemp crops in decades are flourishing. The hemp plants have grown from […]Read more.
Hemp Can Save the Planet
Hemp Can Save the World
- Mexican state likely to change marijuana law
- Now that’s a pot pie! California entrepreneur creates cannabis-infused gourmet pizzas – saving stoners a late-night trip to the deli?
- It Looks Like Pot Will Soon Be Legal in the Nation’s Capital, Maybe in Oregon Too (Alaska Is Iffier)
- Medical Marijuana leads to fewer overdoses | The Johns Hopkins Newsletter
- Italian army to grow medical marijuana
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