Even if you spend 40+ hours a week working in the cannabis industry, there are so many different aspects to producing marijuana that you’re always learning. Spending most of that work week budtending (actively helping and ringing up patients who come in to buy the best flower, concentrates, or edibles... Read More »
Category: Cannabis 101 (127 posts)
I am honored and delighted to be able to publish here for the first time a new comprehensive piece written by Dr. Lester Grinspoon, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, entitled “Cannabinopathic Medicine”. Dr. Grinspoon started writing this piece in 2012, when I was privileged to read... Read More »
Homemade medicated applesauce is deliriously simple to make. It has pectin, which is good for our skin and hair, adds fiber to the diet along with other nutrients. It can be used in muffins, cakes, quick breads and your morning oatmeal. Although it takes a long time to cook, it doesn’t... Read More »
Danny Danko @ High Times goes back to 1960s Santa Cruz to discuss the origins of the popular Haze strain and covers its history throughout the decades. Also included are his top ten haze strains of all time, including well known favorites as Super Silver Haze and Amnesia Haze.
Marijuana prohibition experts should avoid alcohol prohibition comparisons. Legally prohibiting an intoxicant is an ineffective and ultimately detrimental approach to dealing with the potential harm the substance may inflict. Prohibition doesn’t stamp out existence, it turns a blind eye to those who use substances and practices an unwillingness... Read More »
The New York Times ran a great article on pot etiquette earlier this week, or what I refer to as “mediquette.” One point spoke directly to a conversation my girlfriend and I had recently regarding keeping a piece on display. So weed is now legal, but the rules in my kingdom haven’t changed.... Read More »
Another sign that cannabis continues its march towards mainstream; the New York Times covers weed etiquette in social settings, such as if children are present and can you leave your bong out on the shelf.
Cannabis infused glycerine tincture can be used straight out of the jar and under your tongue, or to sweeten anything that would normally use honey or some other form of liquid sweetness. Compared to some of my other recipes here, this one is a little more involved. But, the yield... Read More »
It’s pretty neat how many ways there are to consume cannabis. We can use tinctures, edibles, topical lotions, and vaporizing- all of which have many variations and options in themselves. If smoking, we could use bongs, bowls, blunts; joints, fruits, spliffs, and more. This variety is especially convenient for those... Read More »
NORML founder Keith Stroup’s book, It’s NORML to Smoke Pot: The Forty Year Fight for Marijuana Smokers’ Rights (Kindle Edition here), weaves the name-dropping tell-all with political commentary and a unique perspective of NORML’s history in a way that made it a real page-turner for me. I have a biased interest... Read More »