Deeply influenced by a childhood spent growing up on Long Beach in Sag Harbor, N.Y., artist Grant Haffner tries to capture the color and feeling of sunsets burnt into his memories. Haffner works primarily with a mixture of acrylic, marker, pencil and paint pen on wood panels to create
by Johnny Green
If you follow politics, or for that matter if you follow any media outlet in America, then you know that the 2016 Election is in full swing, and there are a number of candidates that are running for President of the United States. The candidate that has been receiving the most attention lately, for better or worse depending on how you feel about him, is clearly Donald Trump.
On Wednesday, one of America’s largest marijuana advocacy groups — the Marijuana Policy Project — released a list of who it thinks are the top 50 American individuals who have used cannabis. It identifies people who have achieved high-levels of success and influence, and uses factors like “power to influence cultural and social attitudes, political clout, individual wealth, and personal media profile” to choose who takes the cake.
To qualify for MPP’s list, individuals must (1)
For the modern day cannabis-user, the infamous “drug test” can pose a daunting challenge, as it can be difficult to naturally pass. The truth is, company-sponsored tests can force you to make difficult decisions about your health and/or career.
Luckily, there are a few (natural) preventative measures you can take to ensure you don’t lose
Once you understand the different ways to consume medical marijuana, it’s important to have a basis for how you manage your cannabis dosing.
Cannabis dosing depends on the person, condition being treated, and consumption method. The following is not medical advice and is meant only to provide general guidelines to approach medicating with cannabis.
Hint: Seek the opinion of your primary doctor or a cannabis specialist to learn if marijuana might be right for you.