Three women have ditched the hustle and bustle of modern reality to live the high life off-grid.
Lexie, 28, Amy, 31, and Doris, 39, now spent their days working on their own cannabis farm, sharing their moments chopping down trees and feeding chickens on Instagram account @girlsgoneoffgrid.
Doris, the founder of the enterprise, said: ‘I created Girls Gone Off-Grid as sort...
Cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals became available for sale through the Ontario Cannabis Store’s (OCS) website Thursday morning, but it didn’t take long for demand to outrace supply.
All cannabis edibles are sold out.
The OCS warned that supplies would be limited during the initial rollout.
The province’s pot distributor said 70 new items tested by Health Canada were available for purchase...
Alexa PetersJanuary 16, 2020
Cannabis delivery services are popular, but questions remain about their legality in many adult-use cannabis states.
For example, in California, where specific delivery license frameworks are in place, cannabis delivery is legal and widely used. Eaze, a San Francisco-based cannabis delivery app, reports that consumers order cannabis every ten seconds via their app.
In Washington state, though, cannabis...
The Associated PressJanuary 16, 2020
Virginian politicians, activists, and lawyers insist the time for cannabis reform is now. (SeanPavonePhoto/iStock)
Advocates dressed in black stood Wednesday at the base of the Virginia Civil Rights Memorial to voice their support of cannabis legalization, repeating a variation of, “the time is now,” in each of their statements.
Participants dressed in black “in order to stand...
Knowing your cannabis on a first-name, first-strain basis just got easier. Whether you’re looking for a short-term fling or long-term commitment, you can now view a strain’s profile and find out if it’s for you.
To set the record straight: no, we’re not talking about some kind of cannabis dating service, but an educational initiative from Figr. A Canadian...
Meg HartleyJanuary 15, 2020
(Courtesy of the Turner family)
It’s awful that there are sick children in this world, that someone so young could already be tied to grown-up matters like mandatory daily medicine. Unfortunately, it’s a very real situation for many families, and its complications are made considerably more so when that medicine is federally illegal. But, due to the...
A Saskatoon mom is launching a podcast aiming to reduce the stigma around parents consuming cannabis.
Natasha Albert says she faces harsh criticism for smoking medicinal marijuana – especially because she’s a mom.
“I get looked down by the general public. They think we’re lazy, unproductive, that we’re drug abusers,” said Albert, who smokes marijuana as a treatment for her depression.