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Dante JordanFebruary 13, 2020 (Juan Moyano/Stocksy/AdobeStock) Open a jar of fresh cannabis and your nose will get hit with an array of aromas. Of those, a prevalent strawberry note may stand out from the rest. Strawberry-flavored cannabis strains are delightful for multiple reasons: they smell and taste like a Farmer’s Market, and they usually provide uplifting, mood-enhancing effects. If that sounds desirable,...
David DownsFebruary 13, 2020 Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, working with Code for America, announced the dismissal of 66,000 marijuana convictions. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) The fruits of cannabis legalization continued to blossom in the Golden State Thursday. Los Angeles County district attorney Jackie Lacey announced Thursday the filing of a motion to expunge 66,000 marijuana convictions dating back to...
(Courtesy of Social CBD) This article is brought to you by Social CBD, unveiling new, broad-spectrum CBD gummies made with real fruit juice. Portland, Oregon-based Social CBD, founded in 2019, promises to provide high quality pure, powerful, and honest CBD products and has held off on gummies—until now. Their new broad-spectrum CBD gummies, flavored with real fruit juice, meet the same safety standards...
CANNABIS CULTURE – Legalization is still fresh, and regardless, expecting government to have a solid plan out of the gate is foolish. Still, that doesn’t make things any less disappointing for cannabis users. When Canada made cannabis legal for recreational use in 2018, many users saw this as an opportunity for the existing marijuana community to have a chance at...
Jesse B. StaniforthFebruary 13, 2020 Photo by Jesse Milns/Leafly Alberta’s cannabis retailers learned last Friday that as of Monday, February 10, they would now be allowed to sell cannabis vape-pens, cartridges, and other vape products. The Albertan cannabis industry and some consumers cried foul when Alberta’s UCP government announced in late December they were delaying the release of vape pens while the...
Colleen Fisher TullyFebruary 13, 2020 Adobe Stock Whether smoked, ingested, inserted or smeared all over the body, many cultures over thousands of years have used cannabis in conjunction with sex. While today’s scientists (and, by extension, business owners) are eager to add “aphrodisiac” to cannabis’s many health benefits, the results—while positive—remain inconclusive. Vancouver Island-based sex therapist Kim Switnicki suggests the intentions...
About a fifth of Ontario’s population — 2.8 million people — live in places where selling cannabis is illegal. For over a year, almost no Ontario community had cannabis retail whether it wanted any or not and stores opened slowly compared to most other provinces. But as Ontario seeks to quickly expand its cannabis store network starting this spring, it will...