UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 27, 2019, 6:20 p.m.
Cannabis in Washington
- Washington should be careful with pot tax money, Pew study warns
- WSU College of Medicine eyes more instruction on medical cannabis as study suggests doctors reluctant to talk about it
- Council votes to allow marijuana transporters to move to Spokane Valley
- Federal bill to decriminalize marijuana has local, national advocates enthusiastic for vote
Fri., Sept. 6, 2019, 3:39 p.m.
UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 26, 2019, 5:08 p.m.
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Both cannabis and tattoos are both gaining mainstream acceptance, with some fans using their skin to display their passion for the plant.
I recently stopped by The Green Nugget in Spokane where, to my good fortune, it was a Vendor Day with Fire House Productions.
Is there any way to prevent red eye, one of the most well-known side effects of consumption?
The Western Washington grower is ramping things up, with a new state-of-the-art facility in Tacoma that will expand production nine-fold over its previous location in Lake City, north of downtown Seattle.
Skip Stone spotted a common problem when using cannabis and invented a stylish solution.
Some Washington state producers/processors have found success with capsules for medicinal consumers.
The color of its Sour Diesel ranges from light green, from the nice amount of leaf on the bud, to a pale golden on the actual flower, with plenty of reddish brown "hairs."
"I want to show that we can all find a common goal with this plant," said Colored Cannabis Collective President Ahnya Smith.
Washington and other states that have legalized recreational marijuana should be careful about how they spend the tax money it generates, according to a study released Monday by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Kung Fu Vapes, located on Market Street in the Hillyard area, works with producers, processors and retailers in 25 states.
"Like codeine and caffeine, a combination used to relieve symptoms of muscle tension headaches, CBD takes caffeine to a new level," said Mike Forest.
More than 100,000 people are expected to attend the annual "protestival" on Seattle's waterfront.
Lizzie Post, great-great-granddaughter of American etiquette expert Emily Post, brings more than manners to marijuana.
For many residents, dogs and cats are part of the family. People have more choices to protect or enhance pets’ lives. CBD pet products are on the rise. Regional fire departments routinely carry pet oxygen masks. Dog owners also can buy restraints for vehicles or booties to protect pads.
I've had many massages through the years, but never before have I achieved the state of relaxation that hovers between bliss and snoring out loud.
As legal cannabis continues to expand, prices continue to decline, further decreasing the odds for small businesses to see increased profitability, regardless of product quality.
MONARCH's state-of-the-art facility in Shelton uses an aeroponics system where the root stems of the plant are suspended in air.
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is looking to incorporate some instruction on the research into the potential medicinal uses of marijuana into their curriculum for the first time this fall, as research from the College of Nursing indicates health care providers may be reluctant to discuss the drug, and retail stores are relying more on personal experience than science when consulting patients.
The name pulled me right in. It wasn't something crazy-lazy like "Sunshine Rainbow Daydream," but a name that instantly conjured thoughts of getting out there and getting things done.
If you're out of work or seeking something new, have you considered getting in to the cannabis game?
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