Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-One
It’s Sunday! Hope you are having a lovely long weekend and great Memorial Day tomorrow. Get cozy, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for your Sunday.
A new law makes the country the first in the world to sell the drug over the country, but with some quirks. Here’s what you need to know about Uruguayan legalization.
According to Chuck Rosenberg, the DEA’s acting chief, marijuana is not medicine. In light of recent anti-cannabis comments from AG Sessions, it can be worrisome to medical patients.
Plants are fun, and growing becomes the next big thing for millennials. With legalization rolling out around the country, home cannabis cultivation gains its moment, with more states and DC offering some form of cultivation provision.
If you happen to be a Canadian traveler coming to the U.S., remember that getting honest about the history of cannabis use can land you an enter ban for life. Yup.
Avocados are perfect when it comes to cannabis-infused dishes. THC is fat-soluble, which means its medicinal benefits get activated when consumed with fattier foods. Cannabis-infused guacamole is a healthy alternative to brownies — and a perfect dish for the Friday night.
Elderly more often turn to medical cannabis for relieving pain and other disturbing medical conditions. They also contribute significantly to the industry — and here’s how.
In Washington, you can get marijuana delivered to your front door. Just like pizza. An expensive and little dangerous pizza.
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See you next Sunday!
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