What Does “California Sober” Really Mean?

Recently gaining massive popularity, being California sober is something that seems to be sweeping the country as a new alternative to being fully sober. After Demi Lovato announced that she was “Cali sober” (which she has seen changed her mind to become fully sober), the conversation has once again centered on the Cali sober option,…

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The Most Environmentally Friendly Ways to Grow Weed

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Most people fail to recognize the ecological impact of growing weed. Unfortunately, the process of growing cannabis requires both a lot of water and electricity. Even with growing cannabis on a small scale, this is the case. For example, marijuana growers in California have significantly contributed to the state’s water crisis, with the average marijuana…

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What is HHC?

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For those who are not experts in the cannabis industry, there could be an overwhelming amount of information of different types of cannabinoids and their effects. Compared to other strains, HHC is newer, has only recently reached the market, and is mostly found in vape cartridges. In fact, HHC is appealing because it does not…

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Here’s How to Curb the Munchies When You’re High

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While many people enjoy the feeling of relaxation that comes with smoking marijuana, a less popular side effect is often the munchies that come with it. Some individuals who are prescribed medical marijuana, such as cancer patients who have extreme trouble eating, use this affect to their advantage. However, the average cannabis user may not…

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Federal Regulations for the Cannabis Industry

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Currently, more than half of Americans believe that marijuana should be legalized. However, under federal law, marijuana is still illegal. As political attitudes continue to shift, many financial experts have recognized the growing popularity and economic opportunity of the cannabis industry. In fact, the U.S. legal marijuana industry was estimated at $13.6 billion in 2019…

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Myths vs. Facts About Detoxing from Marijuana

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Detoxing from marijuana just involves taking a break from the substance by giving your body time to cleanse itself from any THC. There are many reasons an individual may want a break from marijuana, such as decreasing tolerance levels or if there is a potential drug test in your future. If you are a frequent…

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Steps Toward Cannabis Legalization and Social Equity in the U.S.

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While steps towards the legalization of cannabis are nothing new in the United States, recently the fight for cannabis reform has started a conversation around social justice. Pro cannabis organizations have found success in reframing the pro cannabis movement as a civil rights and racial justice issues. It has been proven time and time again…

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Things to Consider When Growing Cannabis

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The idea of growing your own cannabis is daunting for many, particularly those with minimal knowledge surrounding general plant care. However, the term “weed” implies, quite accurately, that growing cannabis is pretty easy. Whether considering growing indoors or outdoors, gathering a basic understanding of growing cannabis will be helpful to eliminate fears and make the…

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Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act

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The United States Congress just proposed a new bill, called the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, which would take cannabis off of the federal list of controlled substances. In addition, the bill would serve to expunge federal cannabis records, a big step in helping to give justice to those who were charged for marijuana-related crimes.…

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Sha’Carri Richardson Banned from Olympics for Cannabis Use

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United States track star Sha’Carri Richardson earned a spot to the Tokyo Games for the upcoming Olympics after she won the women’s 100-meter race. Her spot, however, was revoked after Richardson failed a drug test after the qualifying victory, testing positive for THC. From the excitement in Eugene, Oregon at the U.S. Olympic Track and…

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