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A cannabis revolution is taking place right before our eyes -  an increasing number of people are slowly but surely realizing that marijuana is not as dangerous as they once thought. When you tack on the ever-growing list of medicinal...
What happens if you smoke too much weed? It's a question people often think about but are too nervous to ask freely. Luckily, more and more people are now using cannabis as both a medicine and a means of recreation...
What is decarboxylation? The process isn’t as scary as it sounds and it occurs naturally when you smoke a joint or take a bong rip. Decarboxylation is the process of “activating” cannabis to make it more bio-available for our...
There’s an interesting trend on the rise. More and more public coffee shops are listing CBD-infused drinks like CBD coffee as options on their menus. CBD businesses and coffee companies are teaming up to create cannabis coffee left and...
In a world obsessed with becoming more health-conscious and aware, a Google search pulls up a million and 1 ways to do so. Have you heard, no more red meat, bread, butter or dairy? Exercise 5 times, sleep 12 hours...
What are the best bongs? From being recognized as the drug of immorality in the 1930s to being legalized in Canada just last year in 2018, cannabis has come a long way. And so have cannabis products and accessories. From...
There's a lot of misinformation out there about marijuana, so we're breaking down 10 of the most persistent myths
Tackling schizophrenia and psychosis with CBD may have crossed your mind recently. The conversation around cannabis is becoming far more tolerant and accepting. Especially when you’re in the throes of an episode. That’s when you’re scared. Terrified, really. You’re still sitting in your...
Endocannabinoids are our bodies natural THC. The name endocannabinoid itself comes from cannabis. Endo means within, while cannabinoid refers to a compound that fits into the receptor.
Thinking of using CBD for arthritis?  If you’re one of the 91 million Americans and 5 million Canadians dealing with aching or stiff joints, then you might be. If not, you probably know someone dealing with it, perhaps your grandparents,...