Some people report an ultra sensitivity to cannabis along with symptoms that are very similar to allergies.
Allergies are varied and misunderstood, with some people’s immune systems being unable to process certain substances. These substances can include almost everything you can think of, from different types of foods, drinks and even ...Read more
As the November ballot approaches, the battle to sway voters towards medical marijuana legalization is heating up in Mississippi.
A statewide propaganda campaign against a voter-initiated cannabis legalization measure remains underway in Mississippi. The Mississippi State Medical Association (MSMA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) ...Read more
TikTok is one of the world’s leading social media platforms. Here’s why some CBD companies are taking advantage of it.
Despite the conspiracy theories that surround TikTok, it appears that the app, with its partnerships with Walmart and millions of users, is here to stay. While this is great news for tweens and bored internet surfers of ...Read more
While many people say that you cannot get high from cannabis topicals, one licensed massage therapist disagrees. Here’s why.
Adding a cannabis topical, such as lotion or oil to a massage can given one added benefits such as helping to manage pain, decrease inflammation, and improve relaxation. Jennifer Chan, LMT, BCTMB, offers these ...Read more
You need to be careful not to become so dependent on cannabis as a means of relaxation that you can’t mediate without having consumed cannabis first.
Cannabis can be a great accompaniment for any kind of meditation, as really all that involves is presence. Following are some reflections about how to add cannabis by Tara Rose, host of the ...Read more
In response to COVID-19, an Oregon law prohibits only evictions for non-payment of rent and other charges (late charges, utilities and other service charges or fees). What does this mean for commercial landlords?
In a word, yes.
A lawsuit recently filed in Jackson County, Oregon by a tenant alleges that his landlord has wrongfully evicted ...Read more
Scientific evidence regarding the role of the endocannabinoid system in the treatment of autoimmune diseases is just emerging, but cannabis seems to be a viable treatment.
Project CBD defines autoimmune diseases as “diseases in which your body’s defense system triggers an abnormal inflammatory response that causes damage to the body’s...Read more
New data breaks down how millennials are spending their money on cannabis. The majority (nearly two-thirds) prefer to consume their weed in this form.
A new report from analytics company Headset found millennials to be the biggest category for cannabis consumption in California and their overwhelming choice for form factor is smoking. The ...Read more
Demi Lovato is making headlines for ending her (very short) engagement. Is she turning to weed to help her cope with her quarantine breakup?
Demi Lovato is one of Disney’s biggest success stories. She kicked off her career by acting and singing along with the Jonas Brothers. Afterwards she focused on her music career, releasing tons of ...Read more
In 2020, state courts still seem to be a good bet for cannabis businesses in cannabis-legal states. But federal courts are sliding backward.
A few weeks back, the Cannabis Law Institute invited me to discuss contract drafting for cannabis deals. A focal point for the panel was whether courts are willing to enforce cannabis contracts. The last...Read more
With no end in sight to pandemic-driven demand, the ascent of cannabis-inspired care packages is poised to continue its current trajectory.
Weed-related subscriptions have jumped by an eye-popping 550% on the subscription box service Cratejoy during the pandemic, and box companies like Hemp Crate Co., Cure Crate, and The Stoney Babe Box�...Read more
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What you drink in the mornings can have an impact on the rest of your day, and nutritionists are chiming in on what to avoid; With no end in sight to pandemic-driven demand, the ascent of cannabis-inspired care packages is poised to continue its current trajectory; and ...Read more
Research about the benefits of cannabis use among migraine patients is slowly emerging, but more must be done to properly inform individuals about the use and dosage of medical marijuana.
Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. households and about a billion people worldwide suffer from migraines, according to the Migraine Research Foundation. But new data shows ...Read more
A study conducted in Canada using toxicology results from trauma centers in B.C. has given a little more insight into what impact blood marijuana level has on crashes.
Cannabis is legal for recreational purposes in 11 states around the nation. And along with that legal framework comes rules about how or when you can drive while under the ...Read more
Cannabis tolerance breaks are popular and effective methods of rebooting your body’s response to THC. Here are some perks you might experience if you choose to take one.
When discussing cannabis tolerance breaks, you may ask yourself why you should even go through with them. Marijuana is relatively harmless and, for those who use it to ...Read more
Some people report a dramatic change after just one serving of raw cannabis juice, while others may take four to eight weeks to see full results.
Cold-press juices enable one to partake of the nutrients present in raw fruits, vegetables, and herbs that get lost once the products are heated or cooked. In a similar vein, consuming raw ...Read more
Cannabis and sleep go great together. Here’s a few things you should keep in mind when using the herb to help you rest.
Marijuana can be a great tool for sleep. Just talk to any friend who smokes weed at night or who found themselves nodding off in the middle of a party because the herb they smoked was a little too relaxing.
Anecdotal ...Read more
A new measure would prioritize minorities, women, and those disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs for a marijuana business license.
A bill that would create a licensed recreational marijuana market in Vermont is headed to Gov. Phil Scott’s office. Residents could legally possess and consume marijuana for the past two years, but ...Read more
Cannabis consumers, especially newcomers hoping to find a cure for their specific condition, should manage their expectations when using this plant.
It is safe to say by now that most of those who follow the what’s what in the grand scheme of the marijuana movement have encountered just about every fathomable medical claim associated with ...Read more
Evacuations mean that plants cannot be tended, irrigated, and harvested and high winds can be just as deadly to plants as fire, as well as debris.
The West Coast wildfires may finally be slackening a bit thanks to kinder winds, merciful rain, and the heroic efforts of firefighters from Canada to Mexico, but the fight is far from over for ...Read more