Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Forty-Nine
We hope that you’ve been enjoying this fall so far. To cheer you up and give you heads up for an upcoming week, we gathered seven articles and blog posts from the web. Don’t forget to grab your favorite cannabis product. Enjoy your read!
1. As the top pot-producing state in the nation, California could be on thin ice with the federal government
California produced at least 13.5 million pounds of marijuana last year — five times more than the 2.5 million pounds it consumed.
Where did all that extra pot go?
The feds began monitoring the potency of the nation’s marijuana supply in the ‘70s by drawing samples from stashes seized by law enforcement. And boy, were they bad. Now, things have changed, but where are we going?
Fall is a favorite season for many people, but it also brings some challenges to everyday life. Don’t let the cold and rain spoil your mood and health. During these months, using cannabis can make a huge difference in your well-being. Here are seven ways to keep your health and wellness on top this fall.
A new review published in the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy determined the most common causes of cannabis-related emergency department (ED) visits, giving policymakers and industry leaders a compass for improvement.
Cooking homemade edibles is tricky, and it’s easy to make small mistakes here and there. But if the product does its job, what else matters, right?
Even as states continue to push for recreational marijuana reform, 2016 saw a shocking increase in drug arrests, with marijuana arrests at the forefront.
How bad is it? By the time you’ve finished reading this, someone will likely be in cuffs for weed-related charges.
Over time, I got to the point where every day I’d get home from work, roll a joint, then stay planted to the couch until I went to bed. And then I decided to quit.
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See you next Sunday!
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