It’s Friday so you purchase some quality flower to help relax. But you unwind too much and leave the jar open over the weekend, only to find stale, flavorless flower come Monday. Maybe you store a top-shelf cartridge in your pocket, forget it’s
Legally prescribed opiates kill more people than illegal heroin and cocaine combined. Meanwhile, the ugly stepsister on the Schedule I drug list, cannabis, has yet to take a single soul. The federal government, however, stubbornly maintains that opiates have a medical use while cannabis does not.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made the unsurprising move to rescind the Cole Memo that had instructed the Justice Department not to prosecute marijuana cases acting in compliance with state laws.
Asthma can be a terrible burden causing wheezing, coughing, and difficulty breathing. It can start during childhood and last for years, even a lifetime, though can be maintained with medical care.
But does that care extend to medical marijuana, despite being synonymous with smoking, coughing and
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We’ve known cannabis has a multitude of uses for decades. While many center around healing and curing medical conditions like cancer, chronic pain and mental health, that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
It may be hard to believe that a plant rapped about by every MC ever could power your lights, but—hold on to your bong—it’s true!
The Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation (BMCR), or the Cannabis Bureau, currently has a very difficult task—setting up regulations for medical cannabis dispensaries under the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA) since it was passed in 2015.
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