Cannabis, marijuana, pot, reefer, wacky tobacky: it's on the peoples' minds so it's on politicians' minds too. Economic liberals and civil rights conservatives all want it legalized, but up to now both groups have been represented by a tiny minority in Congress. Find out how that's changing.
Cannabis can relieve depression symptoms in minutes
By Joshua Lee
Researchers say cannabis can have a positive effect on symptoms of depression within minutes of consumption; a new study is questioning whether THC is the only psychoactive cannabinoid; nonresidents who can show proof that they belong to another state’s medical cannabis program are now allowed to purchase their meds from New Mexico dispensaries.
The writing’s on the wall, and it’s clear to everyone that New Mexico is all set to turn into Thunderdome thanks to the seemingly inevitable economic recession looming on America’s horizon. And as we’re seeing, cannabis is one of the only coronavirus-safe industry options we have left available to us.
Officials in Nevada have authorized the unconditional pardon of thousands of convicted cannabis offenders; a new study says frequent cannabis use can cause semen to become infused with THC and other cannabinoids.
Transportation officials in Colorado have released the findings of a study that asked cannabis users about their opinions on driving while under the influence of marijuana; NBA will reportedly not be testing players for recreational drugs for the rest of this season.
A new study claims that cannabis users report better health on average than non-cannabis users and a recent report found that states with medical marijuana have seen significant drops in opioid prescriptions.
Medical cannabis users, you may have been experiencing the newest trend without even knowing it. Everywhere you look cannabis is in the news. It’s what’s hot, what’s trending. Today the progression appears to be toward CBD and coffee.
The HEROES Act faces GOP opposition with the inclusion of the SAFE Banking Act. Oregon democratic Representative, Earl Blumenauer, introduced a new bill that will offer cannabis workers some COVID-19 relief.
Keep the Party Alive with Dispensary Specials and Livestream Events
By Missy Sweetwillow
In true Roaring 20s fashion, cannabis users are ready to put use to their meticulously stockpiled stash of smokables and edibles to celebrate 4/20 in the face of the government trying to control everything else around us.
New Mexicans have been smart enough not to lose their minds and blow out the state's marijuana supply. If only the toilet paper hoarders were as conscientious as the weed smokers. But COVID-19 is still changing the way we consume cannabis.