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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Eight


It’s Sunday! Lazy in your bed? Drinking coffee with donuts? Fighting hangover with pizza leftovers?

To make your weekend brighter, we have gathered seven articles and blog posts around the web. Hope you enjoy our little weekly digest.

1. Cannabis set to be legalized in Ireland for medicinal use

Congratulations, Ireland! Irish legislators have passed a bill to make cannabis legal for medicinal use. The bill is aimed to legalize and regulate cannabis products for those suffering serious illnesses, including cancer, multiple sclerosis, and fibromyalgia.

2. Mapped: The countries that smoke the most cannabis

Check new report on cannabis use around the world. It’s quite entertaining, we promise!

3. Holy Resin: Brief History of Hash

If you are into cannabis, you probably have heard about hashish and even considered trying it. But before you do it, let’s find out what hash actually is and how to use it.

4. Why Are Feds Targeting High-End Pot Producers in California?

The disparity between state and federal law on marijuana has created a legal gray area. Feds are actively exploring this gap, launching federal actions against dispensaries and growers in California.

5. Good Joint, Bad Joint: The Science of Rolling

A decently rolled joint goes a long way. It burns even and allows you to enjoy weed to the fullest. It’s a fine art that takes time and patience to master. Well, we all need to start somewhere. A desire to make a joint burning slower is understandable, and yet few can make it work. Here go five essential tips on how to do it without frustration.

6. New Yorkers Will Soon Be Able To Use Pot For Chronic Pain

It seems that loosening of some of the most rigorous marijuana laws in the nation is about to begin. New York expands its medical marijuana legislation, allowing patients with chronic pain use cannabis to find relief.

7. Obama Says Weed Should Be Treated Like Alcohol and Cigarettes

Enjoying the last bits of his term, President Obama is channeling his best. In the interview last week, he told that he believes marijuana should be treated like alcohol or tobacco – as a matter of public health.

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See you next Sunday!


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