Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Fifty-Eight
The weather gets colder; the season gets hotter. To keep you up to date in the whirlwind of events, we gathered seven articles and blog posts about cannabis from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
Former public servants and police officers are finding opportunities in the country’s fledgling industry – including some who were once adamantly anti-pot.
At least 200 would-be customers were lined up outside Rockville’s first medical marijuana dispensary Friday afternoon when one of the owners announced that a cannabis shipment — including elixirs, tablets, and flowers — had arrived.
How do you keep your balance when it feels like nothing could be done to achieve it? First, you need a healthy diet, good sleep, and exercising. Second, you may want to start with a small step — and integrate CBD into your daily routine.
California’s Proposition 64 was pitched to the public as a dual-purpose policy: By legalizing cannabis, America’s largest cannabis-producing state would simultaneously smother its illicit market while generating billions of dollars in tax revenue. But in the year since voters approved the law, it becomes clear that these twin objectives may not be easily compatible.
A stash box is a handy thing. If you have been hiding your weed in a boring Tupperware, it is time to stop doing this. Legal cannabis deserves better.
As legalization looms, cannabis branding is becoming more important – and could even offer protection for small farms.
It bugs me no end that weed is not fun for me. Not just my friends, but many of my personal heroes – Rihanna, the Broad City girls, Sarah Silverman – happen to be proud stoners. I am not sad because I think getting high is cool, but I just really feel like I am missing out on some euphoric experience. What is it, exactly, that is keeping me from being a happy stoner?
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See you next Sunday!
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