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With medical cannabis being legal in almost half of the country now, there are a lot of questions regarding how one obtains a prescription and is able to start using it. Luckily, we are well versed on the subject, and are here to help.
First, it is important to be familiar with the medical laws in your state. Once you know that you can legally purchase medical marijuana where you live, look up the specific laws that govern the industry so you can make sure that you always remain compliant.
Pack your bags and move to Pennsylvania. Why? Because they have weed six times stronger than the average strain.
Lancaster County police seized shatter that had the potency of six times the amount of THC contained in normal weed. For those of you who don’t know, shatter, better known as “dabs,” are a THC concentrate made from extracting any lipids or fats. It is the purest and most potent form of THC.
While the burgeoning cannabis industry is in the headlines just about every day, there has yet to be any real inside look at how legal weed actual operates. There have been talks about NBC hosting a marijuana-themed sitcom, and networks like CNN dedicate considerable time slots to marijuana finance and industry, but something seems to be lacking. Knowing that legal weed is projected to be a 30 billion dollar industry in the next 5 years is great, but the general public is equally, if not more, curious about the day to day operations.
If you were super bummed that the 420 Rally in Denver was cancelled last weekend, take solace in knowing that it has finally officially been rescheduled! As you probably already know, the event that was set to celebrate the epic non-official holiday of April 20th (420) on the 16th was canceled due to bad weather. When the announcement was made, there were no plans for a reschedule or even issue refunds at the time.
With Justin Trudeau’s election came literal high hopes for our friends up north, as he promised to legalize marijuana in Canada. Yesterday, it was finally announced that Canada’s Health Minister will introduce a law next year to legalize marijuana use.
Jane Philpott, Canadian Health Minister, spoke to a special session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, yesterday of all days, and expressed that Canada’s new marijuana reform would not just be for medical, but also recreational use.
Celebrities are famous for a reason, and whether it be good or bad, it’s almost always savvy. These 10 celebrities have signed on to marijuana projects and are trying to cash in on this $40 billion industry!
Today is April 20th, which translates to the unofficial official holiday of stoners everywhere. Over the years, 420 has evolved into a cultural phenomenon, yet many people do not know why the particular number/time has become synonymous with blazing like there will not be another 420 next year. We want to dispel any myths that may make you look foolish in your powwow circle during this crucial holiday, as well as give you some other 420-related facts to pass around.
First let’s get the actual origin story of 420 out in the open.
TMZ reports that the internet locator for dispensaries, Weedmaps, claims that competing app Where’s Weed gained access to their client database which enabled Where’s Weed a glimpse into Weedmaps’ business model.
With this alleged information, Weedmaps projects a $5,000 loss over a course of twelve months due to Where’s Weed with not just the fished information, but also the logo similarities, which infringe on Weedmap’s intellectual property.
The Bellingham Herald reports that the Bellingham International Airport was delayed earlier this week due an interesting find.
What TSA agents found in normal luggage on Saturday morning looked like a hand grenade. When the local bomb squad was brought in to investigate, the police department concluded it was a marijuana grinder shaped like the explosive device, said TSA Spokesperson Lorie Dankers. (Haha, Dank-ers.)