Politics October 23, 2014
Cannabis in Clinton’s Coffee? You Decide

The next latte, destined for Sen. Udall, featured an artistic rendering of a stylized flower often seen at upscale coffee bars. "Look at you," said the presumptive presidential nominee. "You got like a plant. Is that a marijuana plant?" Read More »

Activism, Politics, Science October 22, 2014
Setting the Record Straight on Two Decades of Cannabis Research

A literature review was released in the journal Addiction, which examined the past twenty years of research on recreational cannabis use. Read More »

Science October 21, 2014
Terpene Profile: Caryophyllene

In this issue of Terpene Profiles, the properties of caryophyllene are broken down and the therapeutic benefits are explored. Get to know this terpene and discover what studies are currently being done to determine its wide variety of medicinal benefits. Read More »

Activism, Politics October 20, 2014
Texans Take Cannabis Law Into Their Own Hands

Texans have taken the matter of cannabis policy reform into their own hands in various cities all over the great state. Read More »

Lifestyle October 17, 2014
Healing Recipes: Crohn’s Disease – Pumpkin Potato Soup

Cannabis has been shown time and time again to be an incredibly effective treatment for putting Crohn's into remission. As such, cannabis infused food can be a helpful addition to the diet of anyone suffering from Crohn's. Read More »

Recklessness Compared: Legalization vs. Prohibition

Hickenlooper repeatedly used the word "reckless" to describe the passage of Colorado's pioneering legalization initiative, Amendment 64, apparently forgetting that the initiative had been approved by 55% of the very people whose support he was seeking - the state's voters. Read More »

Dollars, Chasing Cannabis Profits, Leave US

In the midst of prolonged recession which has left millions jobless for years at a time, American investors are offshoring their funds in droves in an attempt to find returns in the legal cannabis market of Canada. Read More »

Up in Smoke: The Incendiary Side-Effects of an Unregulated Cannabis Market

Many writers have focused exclusively on problems associated with water, and have not discussed the other major elemental force at play in a drought — fire. Read More »

Healing Recipes: HIV – Stuffed Shiitake Mushrooms

This healing recipe combines the power of nutritious foods known to be beneficial for HIV, with the medicinal benefits of cannabis, to provide relief and good health. Read More »

The Hash Potcast: Legalization

The Hash, by David Downs, David Bienenstock and Peabody Award-winning Ben Manilla is a new legalization and election themed episode featuring MPP's Mason Tvert, NORML's Erik Altieri, Yes on 91's Anthony Johnson, plus Rolling Stone's Ben Fong-Torres, David Bienenstock, and much more. Read More »

Man’s Best Friend or Foe? The Truth Behind Drug Dogs

The problem, however, is that the discrimination training is often incomplete or missing all together. As a result, there is no definite way to tell if the dog is alerting to an illegal drug or the tennis bag in the backseat. Read More »

Terpene Profile: Pinene

In this issue of Terpene Profiles, the properties of pinene are broken down and the therapeutic benefits are explored. Get to know this terpene and discover what studies are currently being done to determine its wide variety of medicinal benefits. Read More »

When It Comes to Marijuana and Domestic Violence, Hold the Applause

While it may well be possible that smoking marijuana has the side effect of subduing violent behavior, there could be a number of other explanations for the negative correlation between marijuana use and IPV perpetration. Read More »

Healing Recipes: Cancer – Asian Garden Vegetable Slaw

This recipe combines medicinal cannabis and foods recommended for combating cancer to create a powerful healing blend. Kale, mushrooms, carrots and a homemade garlic and ginger cannabis dressing combine to create a delicious Asian garden vegetable slaw that will delight the taste buds. Read More »