Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Three
It’s Sunday! Hope you are having a lovely weekend. 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.
In the city of LA, the law allows home gardeners over 21 to grow up to six marijuana plants in a secluded part of their yard. Now there’s class how to do it right.
Three men grew cannabis worth millions of pounds in an abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker and £250,000 worth electricity. Now they face jail — but the scale of their production is truly astonishing.
If you are new to cannabis concentrates, measuring a dab may seem like a daunting task. Depending on where you live, labels and containers will reveal cannabinoid profiles, but they offer no guidance. There are no universal tools for measurement, too, and generic advice ‘start small’ doesn’t work particularly well.
Medical marijuana is off-limits for police officers, firefighters, truck drivers, and millions of other workers in safety-sensitive jobs, even in states where it is legal. So, there is a terrible choice: live with pain or lose your job.
With legalization booming, you may find yourself questioning if you should try it, too. As a first-timer, you may not be aware of all the ways to consume cannabis. Here go tips which will help you to understand what you should choose for the first time.
A medical marijuana dispensary in Massachusetts just completely changed the game introducing weed pizza to the customers. The dispensary also has marijuana-infused olive oil and peanut butter. Did we make your mouth water?
The DEA continues to ignore scientific evidence showing the medical potential and proven effectiveness of cannabis. And it is seen in the way they talk about cannabis.
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