Recent data suggests that most Americans fully support legalizing cannabis for medial use, recreational use, or use for either reason. A recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University suggests that 54% of Americans are in favor of legalization. One of the coolest things about the data is that it shows that political party has little to nothing to do with the fact that the individuals support legalizing the drug. In fact, groups in which the majority surveyed support marijuana legalization include Democrats, Republicans and Independents as well as men and youth.
The holidays are quickly approaching, but have you already checked off everyone from your shopping list? If your cannabis lover(s) remains unchecked, this nifty guide should help you in selecting the perfect gift for Christmas, Kwanza, Yule or any other holiday you celebrate with your friend or family member.
Aunt Sandy’s Medical Marijuana Cookbook
Sex and weed—the two go together like peas and carrots for some people, but what about implementing weed-infused lubricants into the bedroom routine? Given that lotions, soaps, massage oils and other personal care products often contain marijuana, the fact that it can exist in lubricant form should not come as a surprise to anyone familiar with topicals. As with any topical, cannabis-infused weed can enhance your pot experiences when used properly.
A medical cannabis dispensary and wellness center, Harborside is a nonprofit organization located in California. Locations are available in San Jose and Oakland. It is well-known as the largest medical cannabis dispensary in the United States with over 200,000 patients. It is a pioneering facility that was the first to not only assist vets and elderly people who require medical marijuana, but they were also the first to truly support children with illnesses that could benefit from medical marijuana, including those with Dravet Syndrome.
The “special brownie” is the most-used trope when it comes to pot edibles, but there is no denying that baked goodies that feature THC are, well, delicious, and why wouldn’t they be? That trope is well rooted for a good reason. Eating pot-infused baked goods is a favorite way to get high, and these top baked treats should be sampled by any lover of baked marijuana goodies.
While the 2016 election left many citizens of the United States reeling in its aftermath, some people have much to celebrate—including cannabis lovers. Eight states allow both recreational and medical marijuana use in the United States. Altogether, more than half of the states have at least partially legalized marijuana and even more states have passed decriminalization laws. We hope those numbers continue to expand until marijuana is no longer classified as a Schedule I drug by the federal government.
So weed is finally legal in your area. Congratulations! While you may be eager to sample some of the best pot products or apprehensive about where to begin, the good news is that your options may soon be endless. You may want to start making a list of all of the fun things to try when it comes to pot.
Get out your pen and paper to create your Ultimate Stoner Bucket List! Not sure where to begin? Here are a few ideas to get you started.
When it comes to edibles, some might say that you can’t go wrong. Others may say that it takes a lot of trial and error to find what you really like. Whether you are into baked goods, candies, drinks or other edibles, there’s no denying that edibles are one of the most pleasurable ways to indulge in marijuana. Finding a quality edible, of course, is another story, especially when it’s of the candy variety.
With an average Leafly score of 4.7, Budlandia is a well-established ganja seller in Oregon. Budlandia makes it a priority to put consumer interest in mind first, especially when considering vendors both locally and state-wide. The shop specializes in flower, edibles, concentrates, and extracts of all kinds. The shop also prides itself on the knowledge of its budtending staff. Unlike many other pot shops, the shop even has a customer loyalty program based on a point system.