Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Forty-Four
Last days of summer have come, and we hope good weather brings joy to your life today. Get outside, grab your favorite cannabis product and check our digest together — we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web right for you.
Netflix will briefly present a line of marijuana strains tailored to accompany the streaming service’s exclusive series. In collaboration with the Alternative Herbal Health Services, based in LA, the network will host a pop-up event offering ‘The Netflix Collection.’
Legalised marijuana is creating a property boom in towns hoping to find a pot of gold. Now, new joint ventures are popping up in the market. What’s next?
Good weed costs money, and it is smart to stretch your stash as long as possible. We know the pain of doing it and suggest an essential technique that can help conserve your gold pot during a solo or group smoke sesh.
When marijuana was illegal everywhere, testing for it was easy. Now, the tests have changed: a urine sample or drawing blood and offering oral fluids. The evolving science of testing for marijuana and the lack of consensus over how to measure impairment is a defining feature of the drug that creates challenges for lawmakers, police, and prosecutors.
Smoking a bowl is the most popular way to consume cannabis. Learning how to pack and smoke it properly is an invaluable lesson in cannabis consumption. Whether you are interested in packing a pipe just for yourself or prepare to share it with friends, you need to understand key fundamental principles that will help turn a bowl smoking in a quality experience for you and your friends.
As Florida’s health department and board of medicine continue to work out the ground rules of the industry, cannabis clinics are filling a void in an unsettled market. But what are they really?
Marijuana highlights racial disparities. Take arrests for marijuana possession. Blacks are four times more likely than whites to be arrested for smoking pot. When it comes to getting a lucrative marijuana grower’s license, you can hardly find a black person at all.
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