Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty
It’s Sunday! Summer creeps on every street, and we bet you can feel it in the air tonight. Get cozy, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for your favorite day.
The top regulator said Thursday that marijuana businesses would be given up to six months to comply with a requirement the pot to be thoroughly tested by a licensed labs. Also, many existing dispensaries will have to test untested supplies, too.
In legal states, statistics shows a drop in opioid overdoses which raises a question of whether patients are replacing their prescription drugs with cannabis. Canadian research indicates that 63% of respondents reported using cannabis in place of prescription medications.
Let’s say you have a drug test coming up, or you decide to take a tolerance break. It does not matter why, but you would like to try a cannabis detox. Here go some do’s and don’ts.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer has been selling weed for years, and now he plays a role of an unofficial liaison between official Washington and a cannabis industry, trying to prevent a crackdown on marijuana.
Let’s say you have a friend or family member who has never tried cannabis but always been willing to. Getting high for the first time is a tricky thing, and the experience is different for everyone. That’s why you need to be here for them.
GrowX’s aeroponics-enabled cannabis cultivation system requires 95% less water than traditional agriculture and yields up to 300% more green. Sounds like a miracle, right? But why not everyone is using it?
The Deep South is the nation’s most religious region and the least open to legalized cannabis for medical or recreational use. To those who say marijuana is a sin, though, devout Christians are using the Bible to argue that it is God’s “perfect medicine.”
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