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To Be Blunt: The cannabis-kink connection

While compared to almost every other bioactive substance cannabis is incredibly safe and well-tolerated, low relative risk means there’s still risk.

Daily dosage: Science unsure if chronic usage helps or harms

Cannabis is a popular substance that has been used – legally or illicitly – for thousands of years. Some like it because they believe it provides medical benefits, including chronic pain relief. Others use it simply for fun. There are some who need or want it daily, while others prefer to toke only on special occasions.

Stain of the Month: Mac and Cheese

The sales rep for Cedar Creek Cannabis, Mario Gallegos, recently gave me a list of four strains he recommended. He also suggested that my best chance of finding a good selection was at one of the Lovely Buds stores in Spokane.

Grow business and booming market trends in cannabis industry

When New Jersey legalized marijuana in November 2020, the number of states and territories where recreational marijuana is legal rose to 15. Considering that Colorado and Washington, the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, did so not even 10 years ago in 2012, legalization of recreational marijuana is happening across the country at a steady pace.

Social equity efforts growing nationwide

In Washington state, and across the nation, discussions about social equity have been amplified. Although Washington was one of the first states to allow for legal adult use, social equity was not included in the initial legislation, which makes implementation of any social equity program more difficult.