THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO THE WORLD OF MARIJUANA
The increasing legalization of recreational marijuana across the country has many people asking questions about the cannabis industry. Because of the overall lack of resources online, we created this website for you – the weed enthusiast. Although laws are still being hashed out and the cannabis industry continues to grow at a rapid pace, it’s our hope to provide you with useful, comprehensive information to keep you informed and well-prepared for your next trip.
Polls show a record percentage of Americans now favor legalization, and most of us already live in a state with some form of legal cannabis. California, home to more than a tenth of the U.S. population and the sixth largest economy in the world, just approved recreational marijuana. In 2017, expect the momentum to grow with further mainstreaming of cannabis and the cementing of the industry.
.... will emerge as the marijuana capital of the world.
There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course. It’s been around humankind pretty much forever.
In Siberia charred seeds have been found inside burial mounds dating back to 3000 B.C. The Chinese were using cannabis as a medicine thousands of years ago. Marijuana is deeply American too—as American as George Washington, who grew hemp at Mount Vernon. For most of the country’s history, cannabis was legal, commonly found in tinctures and extracts.
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Does Weed Go bad? Does Weed Expire? Here’s How Long Your Marijuana Will Last
Well, it depends what you mean by "bad." The fact is, no matter what some bro on a message board told you, weed is never going to expire or rot quite the way milk and meat does. It's also not going to get significantly less potent or age like a fine wine if you hold onto it for a year. Even so, you might say that weed has something of an unspoken "best used by" date.
Manitou Springs, Colo., is a funky resort town on the shoulder of Pike’s Peak just west of Colorado Springs. Along Manitou Avenue, the town’s main street, “No Vacancy” signs dominate the summer streetscape. In an era when most hotels ban smoking, another sign is also conspicuous: “Smoking Rooms Available.”
The message is clear: Marijuana tourists are welcome.
When you add to this the fact that some of the most popular music videos now leave absolutely nothing to the imagination,
the F-Word has moved from a bomb that’s dropped into a conversation to an adjective that clarifies whatever noun might follow,
walking our kids through a typical mall—with all of its visual images of beautiful people in their underwear—is the equivalent of handing your child an adult magazine to read …
The number of people aged 50 and older reporting marijuana use increased from 1.9% to 2.9% from 2002 to 2008, according to surveys from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The rise was most dramatic among 55 to 59-year-olds, whose reported use more than tripled from 1.6% in 2002 to 5.1%.
Marijuana is now legal in some form in 30 states and the District of Columbia. Even if you are among the shrinking number of Americans who still live in a state in which marijuana remains illegal, your children will likely travel to places where pot is legal ...
Three men were held for questioning Monday after Chattahoochee Hills police officers found more than 1,100 pounds of marijuana at a home in south Fulton County.
If you or someone you know is the rightful owner of this weed, the Columbus police are asking that you bring your ID to the police station to claim it.
A bill approved unanimously by the state Senate on Monday would make it a misdemeanor to advertise pot if the person does not have a license to sell the drug.
"We're trying to prevent the young soldiers in the Army from being enticed into thinking it's legal for them to do this," Dunbar, an attorney and captain in the Alaska Army National Guard, said in a recent interview.
Here's an increasingly common scene: A spread of roasted peanuts, crudités, tortilla chips and salsa, and what look like Cheez-Its greet guests at a party. A man gobbled a handful of the salty orange crackers. A younger couple follows his lead. Twenty minutes later, the host confirms their fast-growing suspicions: Those crackers were in fact THC-infused.
A number of states have legalized marijuana for recreational use. New Jersey is looking at it right now. In many other states, including New York, medical marijuana is legal.
The moratorium, which had been set to expire this weekend, was extended to December by the City Council in a unanimous vote. But it will be immediately lifted when the city adopts regulations, which is expected to happen quickly.