Activism August 27, 2014
Know Your Rights: Traffic Stops

What should you do if you get pulled over by the police with cannabis in your vehicle? If you know your rights, you may be able to avoid any legal entanglements of your own. Read More »

Activism, Politics August 26, 2014
Taking the High out of Higher Education Since 1998

Students must fill out the FAFSA every year to get financial aid for college, but since 1998 there has been an extra caveat hidden away in this application, known only to those convicted of drug crimes. Read More »

Business, Cultivation, Science August 25, 2014
High and Dry: Can Cannabis Solve the Omnivore’s Dilemma in Times of Drought?

While production has swelled, both in plant count and size, the sheer magnitude of the cannabis harvest appears poised to worsen what was already a potentially existential threat: California's record-breaking drought. Read More »

Lifestyle August 22, 2014
Healing Recipes: Glaucoma – Asian Kale and Edamame Salad

This healing recipe combines beneficial healthy foods with cannabis for assisting in the treatment of Glaucoma. Read More »

Activism, Business, Politics August 20, 2014
The Gay Marriage Playbook: Is Obama About to Cave on Legalization?

The issue of cannabis reform and the issue of same-sex marriage equality are so often compared to one another that sometimes I cannot help but wonder why so many of my colleagues utterly dismiss the idea that the Obama administration could be playing similar strategies on each of them. Read More »

Drug War POW Marc Emery Free, Home on Canadian Soil

After almost five years behind bars, seed merchant and newly released Drug War POW Marc Emery has vowed political revenge on the opponents of legalization. Read More »

Driving High in the Mile High: Colorado’s Drugged Driving Law

Prior to Amendment 64, Colorado had a decriminalized outlook on marijuana while driving, meaning that getting caught with pot was the equivalent of running a stop sign. Now, getting caught with pot behind the wheel means a DUID , license revocation, and thousands of... Read More »

Healing Recipes: Menstruation – Medicated Tuna Steaks with Sauteed Spinach

This recipe combines proper nutrition to restore lost vitamins and minerals while keeping the body energized with cannabis, to offer a powerful healing recipe for women during menstruation. Read More »

Startup Strategies for Ganjapreneurs: Bundling

Few scholarly articles have struck more fear into the ganjapreneur community than the innocuously-titled Altered State?: Assessing How Marijuana Legalization in California Could Influence Marijuana Consumption and Public Budgets. Read More »

Know Your Rights: Being Stopped on the Street

Have you ever felt that rush of panic when being approached by a police officer when you have marijuana in your possession? This is not the time for games. How you handle yourself could very well determine whether or not you get arrested. Read More »

Endocannabinoid Profile: A Crash Course in Anandamide

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

To Medicate or to Bear Arms, That Is the Question

In the eyes of the ATF, medical cannabis patients are either unlawful users of drugs, or worse, drug addicts, and thus cannot legally own guns. Read More »

Healing Recipes: Diabetes – Cannabis Grapefruit Juice

A healthy diet is an essential component of combating diabetes. This healing medicated recipe has been designed to benefit those with diabetes and promote wellness. Read More »

Startup Strategies for Ganjapreneurs: Ownership

Sooner or later any entrepreneur, if they weren't born rich, will have to contend with the problem of staying capitalized. This problem is most acute at the early stages of a new business, when the future is uncertain and the founders have to watch every dollar. Read More »