Although there are several mom-and-pop edible companies today, few really reflect their creators’ personalities, ethos, and culture so accurately.
Dulze is dedicated to changing the cannabis world with their Latin-inspired flavors, modern art, and unique swag. So far, they’re off to a great start.
As California cannabis legalization grows closer, less familiar products like topicals and tinctures are growing in popularity as effective healing alternatives. Here we’re highlighting one of the more unique MMJ topical companies, Awakened Topicals.
Let’s check them out!
You’ve probably noticed more and more “vape pens” popping up at your local dispensary, but what about cannabis vape cartridges? Maybe you don’t know exactly what they are or how to use them, but you’ve seen your pal puffing on what looks to be an “armored pen” like its oxygen.
Here’s the deal—the
For the past few months we’ve been highlighting an eclectic variety of almost every medical marijuana infused food imaginable.
In this the last installment of our lengthy fifteen part series, it’s only appropriate that we examine some basic infused ingredients—honeys, sauces, and oils—so that you can do some
While the name will probably conjure thoughts of sugary treats, Milo Confections makes less common, though equally tasty, edibles growing in popularity–marijuana mints.
However, you’ll discover these aren’t like most infused breath fresheners on the market. Let’s take a look at their mints.
California has been on the forefront of medical marijuana for over two decades, long before it could be purchased legally in 29 states and Washington D.C.
But what’s the difference between a medical marijuana card and a medical marijuana prescription? How has California cannabis legislation changed since the passage of
Macaroons and macarons have become popular desserts—so it’s no surprise they’re also mmj versions. But because of their nearly identical spelling, sweet taste and cookie texture, they’re often confused for one another.
So what is the difference between the two?
Macaroons are coconut-based with a soft,