Cramps can range from mildly uncomfortable to downright debilitating, making it impossible for people to complete their daily responsibilities.
Analysis of altar residue shows worshippers burned pot at a Judahite desert shrine – and may have done the same at the First Temple in Jerusalem.
Bottlenecks abound on the production end -- and that’s not even counting the fundamentals of weather and hemp farming competence.
There’s no denying that coffee and cannabis are both popular. What’s perhaps less clear is how coffee and cannabis consumption overlap, but with the rise of infused coffee products, it’s safe to say pairing coffee with cannabis is pretty common.
Lawmakers in Oregon have been at the forefront of national efforts to give legal producers a way to export out of state.
The pandemic has affected the production of a variety of disinfectants, from hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes, to the latest product in short supply: rubbing alcohol.
“I feel like everyone’s going to be just fine, and it’s the best thing that could happen to the industry in a very long time.”
States with active medical marijuana laws saw certain opioid prescription rates drop nearly 20 percent compared to prohibition states, a first-of-its-kind study out of Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center has found.
Michigan’s recreational marijuana industry last week surpassed $100 million in total sales since the retail industry became legal last December.