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Cannabis in Washington
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UPDATED: Tue., April 18, 2017, 3:04 p.m.
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UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 5, 2018, 2:14 p.m.
Evercannabis is seeking someone to create the official artwork for EVERCANNAFEST.
Since starting Fairwinds, a Vancouver-based cannabis company, in 2014, James and Wendy Hull said they’ve heard from customers who’ve praised their products for helping them with pain, anxiety and other ailments – even cancer.
Last fall, Uncle Ike’s, a Seattle cannabis retailer, began random third-party testing of all of its products for pesticides or other contaminants.
Chronic pain tops the list of reasons people give when they enroll in state medical marijuana programs, followed by stiffness from multiple sclerosis and chemotherapy-related nausea.
Information is everything to Jim MacRae.
While many Washington cities and towns are actively encouraging and promoting cannabis tourism and commerce, the tourist town of Leavenworth continues to pass on allowing pot shops or other marijuana businesses within city limits.
Before the 2018 midterm elections, cannabis advocates met at the Boise Public Library to discuss their desire to see legislative changes regarding both medical and recreational cannabis in Idaho.
Whether you consider Valentine’s Day a silly Hallmark holiday, or a day to lavish your loved one with chocolates, flowers and affection, your local cannabis purveyor is here to help you express your adoration.
It wasn’t cannabis that brought Gregory Foster and his family to Olympia one-and-a-half years ago.
Ahhh, spring! (or almost.) Rain puddles, crocuses in bloom, opening windows and doors to let the fresh air in, and evenings still cool enough to settle underneath a thick blanket with a cup of possibly-infused tea and a good book.
Has legal pot ushered in a more violent era in Washington? That’s the possibility put forth in a New Yorker article by Malcolm Gladwell, the popular science writer and lightning rod who frequently draws criticism for elevating the hints and possibilities of scientific research into absolute natural laws.
Research from Washington State University is contributing to new findings about the possible effects of cannabis on our brains.
This is the time of year when our wardrobe turns to sweaters and boots, and our appetite turns to pumpkin spice, peppermint and other warm fall/winter-y comfort food.
Some of the biggest commodities in today’s economy are products that promise relief either from pain or from aging.
After owning and operating Apex Cannabis shops in Moses Lake and Otis Orchards, Troy and Stacey Peterson had a vision for Shop No. 3.
The most common New Year’s resolutions rarely change.
While many people would agree that it’s bad to smoke tobacco while pregnant, there are mixed perceptions about using cannabis.
Concerns about pesticide drift are nothing new in agriculture, but the issue has taken on new gravity for Oregon farmers with marijuana-growing neighbors. Due to Oregon’s pesticide testing regime for marijuana and its high value, growers of more conventional crops worry about getting blamed for contamination that renders the mind-altering flowers unsalable.
The first-ever Lemonhaze Cannabis Convention brought together more than 3,000 members of the state’s cannabis community in late October.
Let’s face it: Sometimes the only thing that gets some of us through the stress of the holidays is weed.
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