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Many consumers are snatching up CBD products that may not be all they're cracked up to be.
Allowing drugs like cocaine, heroin and meth to be produced and sold legally would create an inevitable financial boon for state and local governments. But that doesn't mean it's the smart move.
A new study shows cannabis smokers have higher concentrations of dangerous toxins like naphthalene, acrylamide, and acrylonitrile in their system than non-smokers.
With all the tech advancements in grow ops, and a valiant attempt to eliminate the stoner stereotype from dispensary storefronts, the American pot market has become a bit bougie.
All in all, legal marijuana would make just as much for governmental minions as prohibition has. It's just a matter of perspective.
Some parents say marijuana prevents them from losing their cool with their children, while others say marijuana is the ultimate mother's little helper.
Medicinal cannabis rules require users to keep the weed in its original packaging while it's being transported from one place to another.
Some officials believe decriminalization only makes the drug problem worse, and that without harsh penalties, more people will use drugs recreationally and eventually become full blown addicts.
There are so many combinations of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other less popularized elements that make whole-plant therapy the only way to get the most from this medicine.
Cannabis consumers, especially newcomers hoping to find a cure for their specific condition, should manage their expectations when using this plant.
Although microdosing may go against the grain of the old time stoner philosophy, doctors say that finding the "minimum effective dose" is the key to medical treatment.
Prohibitionists predict the same calamities every time legalization is proposed. None have come to pass anywhere.