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Marijuana, once a scourge of resident advisers across college campuses, is now finding a home in academia -- even inside the Ivy League.
Central State University is poised to become Ohio’s first public university to plant seeds to begin hemp research.
Cold-press juices enable one to partake of the nutrients present in raw fruits, vegetables, and herbs that get lost once the products are heated or cooked.
Some community colleges and four-year universities in Illinois are exploring the possibility of launching educational programs to train people in the business of growing and marketing marijuana in light of a new state law legalizing adult-use recreational marijuana.
Michelle Casanova’s idea of a dream wedding was a simple one – though a little different from most: “I wanted to take a huge bong rip in my wedding dress.”
As more states legalize cannabis for medical use, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is launching the nation’s first master’s program to train students about the science and policies of medical marijuana.
Pot bars becoming more mainstream in Colorado weddings.
From infusions to strain-specific cooking, veteran chefs are forging new identities while up-and-comers are making their mark.
It's already clear that the ancient Silk Road trafficked in more than spices, grains, and ideas.
You’ve been thinking about growing cannabis but the idea of growing indoors, without the sun, seems absurd.
"There's opportunity to kind of pave the way and learn about the rules, play by the rules and master this new industry."
Customers must hold a medicinal cannabis card to enter and to purchase any food, which is not intended to be eaten on site.
Chef Enid Parham is bringing her practice out of the shadows, with a cannabis-infused catering company called Lucky Pistil and a soon-to-launch online cooking show called Bonnie’s Kitchen.
Under cannabis prohibition, nothing signified one’s love of the plant more than bongs – but health-conscious users who prefer to vape don’t have much use for them.
Thanks to legalization and a distaste for hangovers, more Americans are choosing cannabis over alcohol and pain pills.
The word ‘cannabis’ now has several sub-entries which reflect the new world of legal weed.