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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.
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"I find low-dose edibles give me a very pleasant body buzz."
Marijuana-infused wine has become quite popular in California. So much so that it’s tough to find vendors who have it in stock.
A small college in the Midwest has launched a program in of its chemistry department that gives new meaning to the phrase "higher education."
Because cannabis grows as either a male or female plant, we can isolate the benefits of growing females with or without male interference.
Underground comix artist, expatriate and counterculture icon Gilbert Shelton is watching legalization efforts 50 years after he helped make cannabis cool.
Recent portrayals in 'Ballers' and 'Disjointed' include outdated depictions of the cannabis industry as it becomes more regulated.
With increased legalization and the corresponding decrease in the stigma attached to marijuana, it only makes sense that forward-looking fashion designers would want to tap into this market.
The Chateau Marmont exhibition will feature 25 bongs by about 30 artists, with prices ranging from $5,000 to $300,000.
As the daughter of a pot farmer, Kristen Angelo grew up around the plant. Now, she’s using photography to eradicate the stigma, and encourage what she believes to be a major grassroots social and political movement.
Forget lime flavoring—the latest kind of infused seltzer involves a much, um, buzzier sort of green add-in.
It makes sense that as weed increasingly seeks to pervade American life, that it gets some representation in academia.