When it hits the shelves later this month, the organic Cannabread will have the taste and smell of the plant without the intoxicating effects, says Lowy bakery.
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The degree aims to increase formal expertise in marijuana for people looking to recommend and sell the drug to patients.
“Cannabis is a wonderful addition to a wedding. It’s another libation, if you will, for people to indulge in, and it adds to the sense of celebration for people at the wedding."
So you’ve decided to embrace your inner-agrarian and want to grow your own marijuana. How hard could it possibly be?
Growing your own bud is a far more sustainable option than purchasing expensive dispensary weed. But where the hell can one find good seeds and what makes them special?
Even though recreational cannabis use in New York state and therefore New York City still remains illegal, the Big Apple’s cannabis culture is very much alive and well.
With most types of gardening, you can get everything you need, soil, fertilizer, tools, solid growing advice, and the plants themselves, from one spot—a nursery. Cannabis, however, is anything but one-stop shopping.
When mainstream news outlets -- particularly those that lean conservative -- publish stories about marijuana, they still tend to perpetuate stereotypes about cannabis with depictions of lazy stoner culture and criminal activity, a new study found.
The new cannabis course at Oakton Community College is far from the blow-off class one might imagine.
SRJC, which has trained students to grow wine grapes since the 1970s, said it is the first and only community college in California to establish a hemp cultivation curriculum and plant hemp.
To find out which colleges are out-smoking the rest, the Princeton Review surveyed 140,000 students in 385 schools, asking them, "How widely is marijuana used at your school?"
Miami Dade College officials are working on new classes and a certificate program that'll prepare students for jobs in the medical marijuana industry. But, administrators stress, they won't be teaching kids how to grow weed.
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.