3 Easy Recipes for Weed Brownies

Pot brownies are perhaps the most famous, most loved cannabis edibles of all time. They taste divine, look incredibly appetizing, smell amazing, and are a hit with guests every time. If you have some extra stash and want to try making edibles, then weed brownies are always a good recipe to start with, since they are easy and quick to make at home. However, there are some rules to follow, regardless what recipe you are using. Firstly, never throw your stash into the batter as is. Just do not do…

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Canadian insurers are limiting medical marijuana cover

Medical marijuana patients in Canada can obtain health insurance cover but these are more than not limited to specified ailments or monetary ceilings. The main reason for the reluctance by insurance companies to offer medical cover for marijuana users is the lack of sufficient research to back-up claims that weed is an effective treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. Another major cause for concern is that medical marijuana is expensive and, in many cases, costs more than prescribed pharmaceuticals. Which companies do offer weed insurance Canadian companies offering…

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Are the increased potency levels in marijuana responsible for drug addiction?

The increasing potency of the THC levels in marijuana is being blamed for the rise in addiction to the plant that can now be legally bought and smoked in nine States and Washington, DC. Public health and medical practitioners say that apart from withdrawal symptoms and increased usage, addiction can also be attributed to the fact the marijuana plants are now being genetically engineered to increase potency levels. Potency levels are being blamed A medical practitioner at a free clinic in San Francisco’s drug-ridden Haight-Ashbury neighbourhood does not question the…

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California Prepares to Roll Out Additional Cannabis Testing Regulations July 1

Lab-Testing D-Day looms for California weed growers and retailers D-Day looms for weed growers and retail outlets in California. Their products must be lab-tested before going on sale from the 1st July 2018. Their period of grace ends on that date and their products will undergo more stringent lab-testing for pesticides and solvents. Since the legalization of pot at the beginning of this year, cultivators and dispensaries were given leeway to sell marijuana products provide that they were labeled “Not Tested.” That period of grace comes to an end on…

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Punchy permit prices payable for medical marijuana deliveries in Oxnard

Pot delivery companies will have to pay a total of $545 to service medical marijuana clients in Oxnard. This has recently been decided by the Ventura County Oxnard City Council at its monthly meeting. The delivery permits are subject to two payments – $265 for a delivery permit and a further $280 for a driver’s permit. Oxnard has banned any retail outlets within its city limits for the sale of recreational or medical marijuana. However, the city council was willing to make a concession to allow courier companies to make…

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Unionists are fighting for better workplace conditions for California’s pot trimmers

There is good and there is bad news for California’s pot trimmers. The good news is that unionists are hard at work to ensure that this group of workers for the marijuana industry get a fair shake. The bad news is that quick and tax-free cash under-the-table could soon become something of the past. As California unionists take a hard and long look at protecting the marijuana industry’s immigrant-dominated pot trimmers’ workforce, the reality for these artisans is that their hard-earned cash will no longer escape the scrutiny of law-enforcers.…

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Cannabis: The Medicine worth Legalizing

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Marijuana is legal for medical purposes in more than half of the United States. Currently, 28 states permit its use as treatment, while more and more are legalizing it for recreational use, as well. Although notably behind schedule, the State of California opened its adult use market on New Year’s Day. It was also the very first state to give medical patients access to cannabis more than 20 years ago. Despite decades of false propaganda, the world is finally waking up to the fact that marijuana is among the most…

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Labor Unions See Organizing California Marijuana Workers as a Way to Grow

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With approval of Proposition 64, which legalized recreational use of pot as from January1, 2018, a lot of changes are expected to take place in the industry. Currently, the legal California marijuana industry is worth an estimated 7 billion dollars and has huge potential to grow very quickly when recreational use goes legal on Jan. 1. California marijuana industry workers are currently the prime target of unions. According to the unions, the weed industry will achieve greater success if they successfully organize workers. As reported by the Associated Press, three…

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California Could Tax the Daylights Out of Marijuana Consumers

Ask anyone who stays in a state where marijuana is legal, and they will tell you just the business is budding. Those who took the opportunity of investing in marijuana are now reaping all the benefits you could imagine. Based on a report released in 2017, it shows that marijuana has grown by 30% in 2017 when it comes to the annual revenue. It is expected that these sales will grow by 45% in 2018. As you can see, the opportunity of investing in marijuana is still there. Some have…

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People Vape Not to Get Caught

Whenever one wanders the streets of Manchester, he or she is more than likely to get a whiff of the distinctive, dark aroma of pot wafting in the breeze. However, experts explain how advanced technology is making it easier for people to smoke in public without attracting unwanted attention from the law. Vapes, or vaporizers, are similar to e-cigarettes, and they are growing in popularity among pot users. Since their arrival from China 10 years ago, e-cigarettes have been gradually growing in acceptance and demand. According to a YouGov study…

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