New Marijuana Trend Sends Smokers To Burn Units

Since retail pot was legalized one year ago, the number of explosions at home THC extraction labs has more than doubled to 32 statewide.

COLORADO:  For marijuana enthusiasts in Colorado, 420, a common nickname for pot, is old news. The new code number is 710. Flip the digits upside down and you get “oil,” a reference to oil-based cannabis concentrates. This wildly potent wax-like substance is one of the fastest growing segments of the marijuana industry. The psychoactive component in Read the full article…

‘A Little Dab’ll Do Ya’: Popularity Of ‘Honey Oil,’ Marijuana Concentrates Growing In Maine

There is no valid reason for such a limitation, and it really reflects the remaining stigma many non-smoking Americans still associate with the use of marijuana – that it may be tolerated in the home, but is somehow an offense to society to permit smoking in a public venue.

MAINE:  A slight change in Maine’s medical marijuana laws earlier this year has sparked a new trend in this sudden growth industry: the manufacture and legal sale of highly concentrated liquid marijuana, better known as “honey oil.” “A little dab’ll do ya, that’s for sure,” said Ryan, a Bangor medical marijuana patient, about the potent Read the full article…

Marijuana 'Hash Oil' Explodes In Popularity, And Kitchens

Rodrigo Fernandez, neighbor in an adjacent apartment complex, helps clean up after an explosion in Mount Vernon, Wash., in August. Police say it was likely caused when people extracted hash from a marijuana plant by mixing parts of it with butane in a two-liter pop bottle.

WASHINGTON:  If you think the recent liberalization of marijuana laws around the country is only about smoking leaves and buds, think again. For users younger than 25, “hash oil” is where it’s really at. This concentrated resin of marijuana is creating new public safety headaches — even in places where it’s legal. There have always Read the full article…

Marijuana 'Hash Oil' Explodes In Popularity, And Kitchens

Rodrigo Fernandez, neighbor in an adjacent apartment complex, helps clean up after an explosion in Mount Vernon, Wash., in August. Police say it was likely caused when people extracted hash from a marijuana plant by mixing parts of it with butane in a two-liter pop bottle.

WASHINGTON:  If you think the recent liberalization of marijuana laws around the country is only about smoking leaves and buds, think again. For users younger than 25, “hash oil” is where it’s really at. This concentrated resin of marijuana is creating new public safety headaches — even in places where it’s legal. There have always Read the full article…