In-person events on the horizon, LCB statement on delta-8, driving under the influence study and more in this month's issue of EVERCANNABIS.
Fri., April 30, 2021
Shanel Lindsay is an attorney in Boston, as well as the founder and CEO of Ardent, a biotech and medical cannabis device company.
Delta-8, a synthetic form of THC made from chemically processing a natural compound in hemp, is creating controversy in the cannabis community.
Burnout can affect you both emotionally and physically and lead to exhaustion, lack of interest and the feeling you can’t be productive.
How much prodding does a down-in-the-dumps partner need when we're all in a pandemic funk?
Sativa Sisters started in 2014 when four close friends won the lottery for retail cannabis licenses and purchased a building on East Trent Avenue in Spokane Valley.
Because cannabis has been a taboo subject for so long, we sometimes forget to celebrate the simply weird stories that involve this plant.
The governors of three Northeast states have spoken publicly about the financial benefit of tax income derived from the sales of legalized adult-use of cannabis.
Just over five years ago, Shilo and David Morgan learned that their plans for a cannabis store in the Tri-Cities weren’t going to work out due to a local zoning ban on “those types of establishments.”
Love the smell of pot? A lot of us do. But some people aren’t fans, and for others the scent is a giveaway that we may have been smoking when or where we weren’t supposed to.
Dave and Tina Comeau started working in the cannabis industry more than 10 years ago as medical growers and processors before launching Better Buds retail stores in 2016.
In the current line-up of cannabis varieties, finding a non-hybridized strain with a one-word name is a rare occurrence.
On Puget Sound’s largest island, the enduring appeal of cannabis transcends even the greatest political and social divisions.
After almost two years of accepting comments on the 2014 hemp pilot program and 2018 Farm Bill directive to regulate hemp production in the U.S., the Department of Agriculture announced its final rule on Jan. 15.
A professor of psychiatry named Laura Coughlin, who participated in study conducted at the University of Michigan, stated that “while weed is indeed less dangerous than some other drugs, it is not without risks.”
For much of the past year, the threat of the COVID-19 virus has overshadowed one obvious fact: the major cause of death in America traditionally has been heart disease.
Cannabis is a popular substance that has been used – legally or illicitly – for thousands of years.
Heylo Cannabis specializes in high-terpene extracts, rare cannabinoid strains, and providing memorable cannabis experiences all with a mission to help anyone get more out of life.
The Washington Sungrowers Industry Association, a trade group of cannabis producers and processors from around the state, recently recognized more than 30 industry members for their efforts and accomplishments.
Though the recreational marijuana market can be volatile, it seems that what is driving legalization is equal parts of individual consumer desire, as it is COVID-19 devastated states’ desire to grow tax revenue.
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