Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Seventy-Nine
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!
1. How the Feds Will Use DNA To Track Legal Weed
A new technology allows law enforcement to track legal marijuana using DNA.
2. Cannabis used to grow wild in Europe but went extinct before first farmers arrived, research finds
Scientists now believe plant was commonplace on continent in prehistoric period.
3. Where to Buy Your First Pipe: Beginners’ Guide
Previously, we discussed what to consider when buying your first glass piece. Today we’re going to find out where to buy it. Your first visit to a glass retailer may be a little bit confusing, but worry no more — together, we will make it a pleasant experience.
4. Cannabis ban is death sentence for my epileptic son
A mother was left in shock after officials told her GP he must stop prescribing cannabis oil to help control fits in her 12-year-old boy.
5. How to Buy Cannabis in a Recreational State
You live in a state with legal cannabis and want to buy it for the first time? No worries. While the process may seem confusing or even frustrating, there’s nothing to be afraid of.
6. Should I grow my own weed at home? Here’s what you need to know
As legalization spreads, more people are interested in home growing. While it might not be rocket science, it does involve some knowhow.
7. How My Cannabis Prescription Made Me Realize That Weed Should Be Decriminalized
For the next week or so, I felt like a new man. I had been in pain for so long that I genuinely forgot that I could ever feel that free. Sadly, I was only allowed to get the injections a few times per year — and my insurance didn’t even cover the treatment. So my doctor prescribed medical cannabis.
Enjoyed your digest? Let us know.
See you next Sunday!
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