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Crafting the perfect cannabis flower is a demanding process from seed to sale, and the drying and curing stages are critical aspects.
Among beauty brands, CBD is becoming the next “it” ingredient incorporated into buzzy new products that hydrate skin, relieve swollen spots, and reduce under-eye bags.
Whether you use cannabis medically or recreationally, there are certain terms you should know.
With cannabis legalization spreading rapidly both within the US and abroad, job-seekers have been increasingly interested in academic programs geared toward landing a job in the emerging cannabis industry.
Many home growers wonder, “Can I grow cannabis on a tight budget?” The simple answer is yes.
The posh nail salon has jumped on the CBD wellness bandwagon.
Prior to 1937, marijuana was considered medicine, and its versatile parent plant, hemp, was grown and refined for the production of paper, textiles, clothing, biofuels and more.
Whether you’re heading out for a party this weekend or just passing out candy on Tuesday night, it’s time to nail down that Halloween costume.
Just 20 or 30 years ago, cooking with cannabis was still considered both completely taboo and reserved solely for Cheech & Chong-watching stoners. 
Growing operations are regularly losing crops to these pests, and understanding them is the key to controlling the problem.
We decided to share a key part of ourselves with those nearest and dearest to us by integrating cannabis into our wedding reception. 
Trellising your cannabis garden is a crucial step on the path to a successful harvest. 
Have you ever wondered which marijuana varieties are the the most popular cannabis indica strains in America?
Mindy Segal, a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef, announced in December 2015 that she would be venturing into cannabis-infused edible products for medical marijuana patients.
These basic words will introduce you to the world of marijuana.
Evidence suggests that cannabis cultivation dates as far back as 12,000 years, making it one of the oldest farmed crops.