Activism, Cultivation, Politics July 23, 2014
Kentucky Embraces Industrial Hemp and Sets Sights on Cannabis Reform

This year saw much progress for cannabis in the Bluegrass, both for medical marijuana and hemp. Read More »

Science July 22, 2014
Cannabinoid Profile: A Crash Course in CBN

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

Politics July 21, 2014
Gov. Quinn Signs Bill to Expand Access to Medical Marijuana in Illinois

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill into law that will expand access to the state’s medical marijuana program. Read More »

Business July 21, 2014
Startup Strategies for Ganjapreneurs, Part VIII: Barriers to Entry

Every entrepreneur would prefer to believe that working for themselves will be something like Dorothy following the yellow-brick road to Oz: a clear path leads straight and true to success. Alas that this is never the case in business. Read More »

Activism, Business July 17, 2014
Andrew Sullivan to Give Keynote Address at the International Cannabis Business Conference

The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC), taking place at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon, will feature a keynote address by Andrew Sullivan, one of the preeminent political commentators of our time. Read More »

Healing Recipes: Eating Disorders – Thai Shrimp in a Pineapple Cannabis-Curry

This recipe combines food recommended for eating disorders with a delicious pineapple cannabis-curry to promote healing. Read More »

Montana Cannabis Reform Efforts Gear Up for Victory

When Montanans voted for medical marijuana in 2004, the law was approved by a whopping 62%. By the spring of 2011, there were 30,000 registered patients; with roughly 5,000 legal “caregivers” (i.e., providers). In a conservative state with less than one million people, the result was severe culture shock... Read More »

Hemp Biofuels to Save The World

There currently are three major schools and researchers who are looking into cellulosic ethanol, and specifically hemp biofuels. Read More »

Cannabinoid Profile: A Crash Course in THCa

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

Startup Strategies for Ganjapreneurs, Part VII: Outreach

Outreach directs itself to establishing relationships with potentially every stakeholder - including shareholders and customers but also employees, neighboring communities and local governments. Read More »

Don’t Fear the Reefer

Concerns about how to combat cannabis addiction are on the rise as legalization efforts come to fruition across the US. Read More »

Product Review: Raw Hemp Plastic Rolling Machine

I am ashamed to say I cannot roll a joint, but I love smoking them. So if you, like me, cannot roll a joint but like to smoke them, Raw Hemp makes this fantastic little $5 joint roller that rolls perfect joints, every time. Read More »

Healing Recipes: Migraines – Roasted Salmon with Mustard-Herb Butter and Lentils

This healing recipe is crafted to bring relief to migraine sufferers by combining medicinal cannabis with these beneficial foods in a roasted salmon dish with mustard-herb butter over a bed of lentils. Read More »

The Grass is Greener in Oregon with Legalization on the Horizon

If there is one thing about Oregon Medical Marijuana laws, it’s that the laws are always changing! They are even in the process of changing right now. Read More »