Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Forty-Three
It’s summer, Sunday, and we hope good weather brings joy to your life today. Get outside, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.
Alaska and Washington representatives defend their states’ marijuana law and the voters who approved legalization, but the attorney general appears willing to ignore the facts.
Months after medical weed was voted legal in the state, Arkansas just got Its first medical marijuana dispensary application. Scott Hardin, a spokesperson for the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration, confirmed that the state had received the application on Friday.
America feels sick, and to cure it, we need to be good citizens and take care of our country. It includes participation in the law-making processes on all levels. It may seem daunting but getting involved in creating and supporting legislation at a local level may seriously change the situation.
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s administration moving toward full legalization of marijuana, questions remain about how and where pot would be sold.
Portable vaporizers are becoming popular as they are easy to dose. Different brands offer different strains, solvents, and additives. You may feel confused, and rightly so — it is not so easy to understand which ingredients are safe, and which ones you should avoid.
Marijuana may be slightly effective at reducing chronic nerve pain known as neuropathy. But there’s little evidence on whether pot helps treat other types of pain or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a pair of new studies suggests.
Cannabis testing is important for two reasons. First, accurate testing is crucial for medical marijuana patients who need specific therapeutic effects. It is also important for recreational users because products vary in their potency and effects.
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