V.26 No.32 | 8/10/2017
Freedom to the Flower
No matter where your sincerely held beliefs lie on the spectrum, the future is staring us all in the face: legalization.
Revisiting HB 527
Cannabis news analysis
Bipartisan New Mexico legislators this year passed legislation to expand coverage of the Compassionate Use Act, but la Tejana vetoed the measure.
Focus on Concentrates
Surrounded by vapes, dabs, doohickeys and whatchamacallits, the modern-day cannabis patient can quickly become confused and overwhelmed.
The Dreaded Apparatus
Dabs and vapes
Roach clips are no longer the cutting edge in cannabis technology. What's up with all the bizarre hardware you find in the display cases at dispensaries?
CBD for Dummies
Ain’t just cannabidiol tears
Cannabidiol is the second most prominent compound found in cannabis, but it's the part that has the most medicinal properties.
Give It a Whiff
Terpenes and cannabis
Terpenes are a class of organic compounds found in many plants and even some insects. They often have a strong odor and are thought to be produced to attract pollinators and to protect against predation by attracting predators that feed on herbivores.
Straining for a Proper Strain
21 tokes for 21 folks
Here are some suggested strains by what you’re treating.
Coo-Coo for Coconuts
Making medicinal marijuana chic
Here's how to make your own cannabis coconut oil at home.
A Greener Future
Smoke Signals points the way by looking at the past
Smoke Signals details history through the lens of everyone's favorite plant.
Stoner Cinema from the 1930s
The early history of marijuana in movies
Marijuana has been a favorite subject of filmmakers for generations, but back in the post-Jazz Era of the 1930s, marijuana was seen—by the establishment, anyway—as a deadly killer of our nation's youth.