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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.
Traditionally, sound bathers stretch out on some type of cushion or yoga mat, close their eyes and let the gentle reverberations of gongs and crystal bowls wash over them.
Marijuana legalization is an issue that can bring together people from all over the political spectrum.
Last weekend I purchased some marijuana. Not from some friend of a friend of a friend, but from an actual dispensary in Boulder, Colorado.
As the zen saying goes, “You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day. Unless you’re too busy, then you should sit for an hour.”
Over the last decade, LED lighting has gained quite a bit of popularity among indoor cannabis growers.
Cannabis cotton candy is quite possibly the best — or at least the most fun — way to get an adult sugar high, no?
Although marijuana is certainly at a high right now with the industry booming, the plant dates back thousands of years.
Photographer Ezra Soiferman: "I hope to inspire other artists ... I don’t want to be the only cannabis artist-in-residence — I want to be one of many.”
Arcane Revelry is what true pot culture could look like.
While marijuana-growing facilities are now packed with cutting-edge cultivation technologies, most commercial and home growers still cure their weed by sticking it in sealed jars or buckets.
With medical and recreational marijuana use now legal in Maine, today’s growers are combining green thumbs with advanced chemistry to produce varieties to treat everything from anxiety to pain.
It’s been scientifically proven that a woo-woo vacation can make you feel a little bit high, but one new retreat series is taking that concept to a whole new—and ultra-literal—level.
A lexical shift is happening around the word cannabis. It's a term that’s changing social norms, business, law, and government.