Cannabis Legal Trends To Watch In 2018

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By Sharon Golden Ever since you were young, your family was very problematic. There was never a day when you didn’t hear your parents shouting and arguing with each other. You would often lock yourself in your room as an escape from all the tension in the house. You’d rather be alone rather than be Read the full article…

Get High, Train Harder

JUST AS ENDORPHINS HELP YOU PUSH THROUGH AN INTENSE WORKOUT, THESE ENDOCANNABINOIDS COULD INCREASE YOUR PAIN THRESHOLD TO DO THE SAME.

Marijuana as a Performance-Enhancer Four to six times a week, elite triathlete Clifford Drusinsky wakes up at 3 AM to train. But before he sets out, he opts not for a sports drink but for 20 milligrams of THC in a marijuana energy bar. By the time it kicks in, 30 minutes later, he’s started an Read the full article…

NFL Limits On Marijuana Still Strict, But Not Really

Marijuana remains a banned substance in the NFL, although the league slightly relaxed testing standards in its revised Policy and Program on Substances for Abuse.

Tug McGraw was once asked which he preferred, Astroturf or grass. “I don’t know,” he said. “I never smoked Astroturf.” That was 1974, when artificial turf was relatively new and he was more famous as a relief pitcher than as Tim McGraw’s father. Forty years later, professional athletes don’t crack many marijuana jokes in public Read the full article…

Antonio Cromartie: NFL Shouldn't Ban Marijuana

Steam comes out of the mouth of Antonio Cromartie as he walks in the cold weather before a game against the Oakland Raiders.

NEW YORK:  NFL players should be allowed to smoke marijuana if they want to, according to Antonio Cromartie. During a recent interview for an entertainment website, the Jets cornerback said the league is wasting its time by banning the drug. “They need to just let it go,” Cromartie told Thisis50.com, a site affiliated with the Read the full article…

Marijuana Strain Named After Peyton Manning

A strain of marijuana named after Peyton Manning appears to be making the rounds in Colorado. It promises an “uplifting, happy, euphoric” high that we assume will last through December but bring you crashing down to a sobering reality in January.

COLORADO: A strain of marijuana named after Peyton Manning appears to be making the rounds in Colorado. It promises an “uplifting, happy, euphoric” high that we assume will last through December but bring you crashing down to a sobering reality in January.