Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Fifty
We hope that you have 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!
Canada’s biggest medical cannabis producers are seeing their stock prices rise after the federal government announced a plan to levy a one dollar per gram tax on recreational marijuana sales, once the drug becomes legal in July.
Folks in the cannabis industry fear that cultivation, production, and retail regulations could drive up the price of weed just when consumers can buy in stores without a doctor’s recommendation. In January, recreational weed sales for those 21 and older are expected to mark a new era in California. But it could be hard enough for old-school growers and producers to jump through new regulatory hoops that supply will not match demand.
Punches are ideal for this season, and they are easy to make, too. Just combine all the ingredients, stir, chill, and you are good. The best punches are made by layering complementary flavors. Adding terpene-laden cannabis enhances both taste and effect, changing the overall experience of classic punch drinks.
New cultivation and production regulations paired with otherworldly demand could make Golden State bud temporarily cost more than the competition in nearby states.
Marijuana has a reputation of an aphrodisiac. But when it comes to cannabis and sex, scientific research seems to contradict individual experience. Some cannabis users claim that cannabis has a negative impact on their sex drive. What does marijuana do to your sex life? Here go five facts that will shed light on this interesting question.
Recreational marijuana sales will launch in three states next year, including the biggest one of all: California.
It is already for sale in five states, but the addition of a legal retail marijuana market in California, with its massive economy and population, will dramatically change the landscape.
I am going to be honest when I say that upon hearing about microdosing pot, I was very skeptical. As someone who has enjoyed joint after joint, smoking little bits at a time just seemed ineffective. I assume anyone with a high tolerance will think likewise.
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