Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Forty-Five
Summer has come to an end, and we hope you have enjoyed it to the fullest. To cheer you up, we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
Maryland’s first legal marijuana crop is finally growing. With 19 companies cleared to grow, process, and sell the plant, the first seeds of the medical marijuana have been planted, four years after the state legalized cannabis for medical use.
Olivia Newton-John says she wants Australians to have easier access to medical marijuana as the iconic Aussie star battles cancer for a second time. She claims that she will champion the use of cannabis because of its positive effect in her own fight with breast cancer.
Lighters are a compact and inexpensive way to combust cannabis when smoking a bowl or a joint. However, there are four exciting alternatives that you may want to try. Want to light your pipe fashionably? Here you go!
It is a theory that’s been presented as fact by marijuana foes since the Harry Anslinger era: marijuana is a gateway drug that leads to harder drugs like cocaine and heroin. However, is it true?
Summer officially has come to an end, and for some people, such news can be depressing. It is time to focus on what is coming — and prepare to tackle fall and winter. There is nothing more efficient than meditation to help it and adding cannabis to it may contribute significantly to your mental well-being.
6. Disjointed’s Kathy Bates on new Netflix comedy, the medicinal benefits of cannabis and American Horror Story
Kathy Bates is lighting up again — as Ruth Whitefeather Feldman, the owner of a Southern California medical marijuana dispensary in Disjointed, a new Netflix comedy.
Rolling up a joint can be daunting. For example, the herb can leak out from the mouthpiece. Some people roll a crutch on one end of the joint, but that can get gross and soggy. One genius found a perfect way to get over this inconvenience: try using a piece of rotini.
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See you next Sunday!
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