Last Saturday we partnered with PopCultivate to produce our first-ever cannabis infused brunch at NuggHQ in sunny Marina Del Rey.
When public opinion begins to swing on a hot button issue, there’s inevitably some resistance from the displaced, former majority. We’re currently seeing this with cannabis legalization. A plant nearly universally portrayed as a dangerous narcotic is now accepted as a medical treatment, and a relatively harmless recreational drug, by most Americans.
From “Reefer Madness” to hipsters with vape pens, the public’s perception of marijuana users has never quite been right.
Ever had a “bad trip” on cannabis? Perhaps you smoked too much or tried edibles for the first time and weren’t prepared for the effects? It’s well known that overly-strong cannabis doses can cause panic and anxiety. So people often scratch their heads and laugh when they find out doctors recommend
Cannabis mirrors humankind in some very interesting and magical ways. It cuts to the heart of the delicate balance between yin and yang. Our masculine and feminine energies conflict and complement each other to drive our growth and transformation as a species. The same is true for male and female cannabis plants
Did California really legalize cannabis? Or did they just give more ammo to cities and counties that wish to continue their bans?
Those who initially celebrated the Prop 64 victory are now facing a stark reality. The state may allow the establishment of legalized recreational and medical dispensaries; however, few local
America is facing one of the biggest public health crises in modern history, one that’s killed more Americans in a single year than the Vietnam War, car crashes, gun violence and HIV/AIDS.
Unfortunately, President Trump’s plan to address the crisis, announced last week,