LAX Relaxes Pot Policy

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CALIFORNIA: High flyers delight. No need to hide your stash on your next West Coast flight.  The fine folks at LAX have relaxed their pot policy, and now say it is now OK to fly with up to one full ounce of your favorite strain, or up to 8 grams of concentrate. Here’s what’s written on the Read the full article…

Combining Yoga With CBD For Pain Relief

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By Isabella Introduction Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is a new marijuana derivative, a plant compound known as a cannabinoid, that has seen an increased presence in the wellness and alternative medicine market in the past few years. With the loosening of cannabis laws and the dispelling of persistent myths about the plant, and CBD Read the full article…

Legalization of Cannabis Will Not Blunt Wine and Liquor Purchases, New TABS Analytics Report Reveals

“Based on our survey, the wine and liquor industry appear immature, from the standpoint of market structure and consumer attitude, at present time,”

CONNECTICUT: As legalized, recreational cannabis becomes available in more states, it is not expected to have a significant impact on the purchasing of wine and liquor, according to the TABS Analytics 2018 Wine and Liquor Study. Similarly, consumers are not strongly influenced by brand, outlet and price when it comes to their making purchasing decisions. Even though Read the full article…

New Frontier Reports Legal Cannabis Sales On The Rise

Data also shows that support for cannabis legalization continues to rise. According to Gallup's latest poll in October, 64 percent of Americans support for legalizing cannabis, the highest level in nearly a half-century.

NEW YORK: The legal cannabis market was valued an estimated $6.6 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach more than $24 billion by 2025, at a compound annual growth rate of 16 percent during the forecast years According to a report from New Frontier Data. Accelerating pace of legalization for both medical and recreational cannabis in the U.S. is Read the full article…

Poll: Tobacco, Alcohol, Sugar Perceived As More Harmful To Health Than Marijuana

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NEW YORK: Most Americans believe that consuming cannabis poses fewer harms to health than does the consumption of tobacco, alcohol, or sugar, according to the findings of a nationwide Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. Respondents were asked which of the four substances they believed to be “most harmful to a person’s overall health.” Most respondents chose tobacco Read the full article…

Raw Cannabis Juicing: You’ll Probably Have To Become A Grower

Can we just legalize it already  so that anybody who wants to can grow and juice their own too?

WASHINGTON:  Raw cannabis juicing is a lifestyle discipline that I wholeheartedly embrace, but it requires a lot of effort and plants. For the past few years I have relied on the kindness of other cannabis growers to supply me with raw cannabis they were otherwise discarding or allow me into their gardens to defoliate their plants. This year, however Read the full article…

Here’s What Is On Our Weed Reading List

Perusing our local Seattle Public Library, we compiled the following list of some highly-recommended books about our beloved cannabis, we're calling our "Weed Reading List."

Sometimes we like to power down the iPad, find a nice quiet spot and settle down with a good book.  Perusing our local Seattle Public Library, we compiled the following list of some highly-recommended books about our beloved cannabis, we’re calling our “Weed Reading List.” Big Weed An Entrepreneur’s High-stakes Adventures in the Budding Legal Marijuana Read the full article…

Legal Marijuana For Parents, but Not Their Kids

“Their parents are telling them not to do it, but they may be supporting legalization of it at the same time.”

NEW YORK:  When the anti-drug educator Tim Ryan talks to students, he often asks them what they know about marijuana. “It’s a plant,” is a common response. But more recently, the answer has changed. Now they reply, “It’s legal in Colorado.” These are confusing times for middle and high school students, who for most of Read the full article…