Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Thirty-Six
The Fourth of July is coming, and we hope you are getting ready to celebrate. Take a break, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.
And Nevada is in! At midnight Saturday, legal pot went on sale, making Nevada the eighth state to allow the purchase of marijuana in dispensaries for adults of 21 and older.
Denver is getting ready to open the country’s first cannabis cafés — but don’t jump to conclusions how they would look like. Overly strict rules could kill the city’s pot lounges before they ever get a chance to thrive.
Cannabis is illegal under federal law, being a part of Schedule I list on the Controlled Substances Act. The law also prohibits the transportation of any federally restricted substance across state lines.
A new survey from Ease, a cannabis company that facilitates delivery of medical marijuana, shows that the modern marijuana user is likely to be a woman — and maybe has a kid.
It is adventure time! Grab your hiking boots and get out. Cannabis is the best friend of explorers of the great outdoors because it connects people to the beauty of nature. But before you take off, here’s a couple of tips on how to use cannabis in the wild safely.
Residents from a chain of Seattle retirement homes are going on Pot for Beginners tours to learn about cannabis in the city. Oh, and they buy it, too.
Here’s a California company that makes weed vaporizers for every mood. And here’s what happens when you try them.
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