Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Sixty-Three
How’s your Sunday? Lazy? Busy? Whatever it is, give yourself a well-deserved break, grab your favorite cannabis product, and dive into the latest weed news. To keep you up to date we gathered seven articles about cannabis from the web. Enjoy your read!
At midnight Friday, the federal government shut down. What does that mean for medical marijuana? It is not good.
Red Diesel, Moby Dick, Lemon Burst, or how about Girl Scout Cookies? All names for “bud,” the cannabis flower, and when the black market product goes legal in Canada this summer expect some heavy marketing of fancy names and their tantalizing effects. However, plant scientists say the “sell” is hazy. Those buds have a mixed-up lineage and don’t always match what’s advertised.
If you are new to cannabis or dabbing, budder weed is here for you. Budder is one of the most popular and easiest ways to enjoy cannabis concentrates. The consistency of the product is mellow and thick, a perfect balance between sappy oil and shatter. Budder is made by dousing weed in butane/CO2 and purging it out until it becomes a pure cannabis extract.
Jan. 1 was a big day for California: In addition to legalizing recreational marijuana, the state fully adopted one of the most sweeping criminal justice reforms in recent years.
If you are a true tea lover, you may be convinced that there is nothing that can make a cup of tea better. But we have an idea: try adding some cannabis to your tea. Sounds like an ultimate combination, right?
What’s the evidence behind medical cannabis? While many attest to its healing powers, research into the full potential has long been legally restricted.
The four women founded Supernova Women to fill the gap: a nonprofit organization by and for women of color in the emerging cannabis industry. The four women, each experts in their fields, work to lower barriers to entry for people of color in the emerging cannabis industry and advocate on their behalf in California’s rapidly expanding market.
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See you next Sunday!
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