Medical Cannabis


V.27 No.25 | 6/21/2018
Forbidden Fruit
J. Grisham

Baked Goods

Hot and Heavy

A dalliance with Cannaceutics

A sensual hit of Forbidden Fruit puts Joshua Lee into a comforting state; Purple Widow gives him a giggly sense of well-being coupled with a sharp tongue.
V.27 No.24 | 6/14/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Summer Sessions Watch

AG Softens in the Heat

Mr. Magoo wipes his glasses, Trump suggest he'll support the STATES Act and N.M. gubernatorial candidates are looking less likely to legalize.
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Green! Green! Green!

High Times invites the public to join in the financial fun

Put your money where your mouth is and benefit from the cannabis revolution
V.27 No.23 | 6/7/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Numbers Don’t Lie

Marijuana rides a wave to the mainstream

The cannabis industry is riding a tremendous wave that rolls onward and swells upward, propelled forward by the remarkable successes of those states brave enough to start the ripple. The benefits universally reaped in legalized states are forcing even the most stubborn skeptics of legalization to reconsider their stance in the face of what has become a true force of nature.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Mainstream Appeal

Poll: New Mexicans in favor of cannabis legalization

63% of New Mexicans favor cannabis legalization, more studies confirm cannabis curbs opioid dependence and employers are dropping the practice of drug testing applicants for cannabis.
V.27 No.22 | 5/31/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Fire in the Hole

Ultra Health breaks the sweat

Joshua Lee gets a mood boost and relaxed nerves with Sour Punch followed by a dud with dried out, air-exposed Burqueño Berry.
V.27 No.21 | 5/24/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Calling All Bandwagoneers

Former attorney general comments on cannabis

Former Attorney General Eric Holder winks, Ultra Health donates to UNM research fund and N.M. ranks high in drug problems.
V.27 No.20 | 5/17/2018
Killer Purps

New Mexico News

Gallagher vs. the Opioids

Health department says no to qualifying condition

There are conflicting studies about combating opioid abuse and addiction with cannabis, but the risk factor for cannabis is significantly lower.
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Cool It Down

CG and the art of running

Bubblicious gets Joshua Lee relaxed and sedated and Jamaican Dream provides a giddy sense of well-being with talkativeness and laughter.
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Committed to Cannabis

Ultra Health devotes to budding potential

Ultra Health commits to the budding potential of New Mexico cannabis
V.27 No.19 | 5/10/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Finger in the Air

Candidates flaky on legal cannabis

Every gubernatorial candidate but Apodaca seems to have trouble perusing the growing body of research and data pertaining to the positive effects cannabis has had on the states where it's legal, but the constant refrain of “need more research” means they must be missing a few studies here and there.
V.27 No.19 | 05/10/2018

Health

New Mexico Medical Marijuana at All-Time High

N.M. medical cannabis user numbers sharply increase.
V.27 No.18 | 5/3/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

The End is Nigh

Hemp vetoes overturned, federal legalization looms

New Mexico has enacted a law allowing for hemp research to be conducted at the state's universities and establishes a fund for hemp research, and another law which calls for the Department of Agriculture to issue licenses to grow industrial hemp for research purposes. Next US Farm Bill is expected to remove barriers to hemp production as well, removing New Mexico's economic lead.
V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Love Letters

The sweetest leaf at Everest Apothecary

Joshua Lee relaxes his back and arm muscles with King Louis the XIII x Copper Chem and Candyland lifts a previously unnoticed pressure.
V.27 No.16 | 4/19/2018
Baked Goods

Baked Goods

Incremental Freedom

Cannabis decriminalized in ABQ

A measure to decriminalize the possession of an ounce or less of cannabis passed by a hair, though four City Councilors still felt it's a good idea to lock people in a cage for using a substance that doesn't harm anybody.