Cannabis Science Conference
Having been a long-time cannabis consumer, and former black market marijuana user, being able to pick and choose the strain you’re consuming is a relatively new concept. Even though Washington State legalized recreational cannabis for adults in 2012, the ability to decide which strains you want has evolved over time. Personally, my desire has gone from choosing high sativa strains to choosing strains based on their terpenes, and even whether or not they contain CBD. Continue reading Can CBD Help Reduce THC Anxiety?
Are you seeking the ultimate runner’s high? We’ve shared about a gym that allows cannabis use in the past, but do you know what actually happens to your body when you light up before working up a sweat? Continue reading This is What Happens to Your Body When You Work Out High
Could weed give you superhuman vision?
Probably not, but a recent study involving tadpoles has scientists thinking that cannabis could actually work to improve vision. Continue reading Can Cannabis Help You See Better in the Dark?
We’ve all been tempted to hold in a marijuana hit for as long as possible, in an effort to get Cheech and Chong-level high on a Saturday night. But does holding in a hit for longer really make your body and mind higher than you otherwise would? It turns out the answer may be no. Continue reading Getting Baked: Does Holding in a Hit Make You Higher?
This Danksgiving, there’s a great opportunity to cook up some special canna-goodness and celebrate what you’re thankful for (we’re thankful that with the outcome of the recent election, 1 in 5 Americans now finds themselves living in a state where marijuana is legal!) Whatever you’re most grateful for, pick up one of these cookbooks and embrace the wonders or marijuana –infused edibles. Here are some of our favorites. Continue reading Cannabis Cooking: Danksgiving 2016 Cookbook Gift Guide