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What is a Cannabis Plant? A Breakdown of the Anatomy and Functionality of Cannabis

By Robert Bergman, ILoveGrowingMarijuana.com The Plant Kingdom is the foundation of almost every single ecosystem on the face of the Earth. Without plants, there would be no animals— no insects, mammals, or birds. No humans. Animals (humans included), depend on plants for food. Plants, however, are not held down by the same restrictions. They transmute …

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Study Finds Drastically Decreased Mortality Rate for Infants that Test Positive for Cannabis

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In an eye-opening study which examined 2,964 infants, it was found that those which tested positive for cannabis had a huge decrease in their likelihood of early mortality. In the 2-year study, infants which were drug-negative had an average mortality rate of 15.7 deaths per 1,000 live births. Cocaine and opiate-positive infants had a mortality …

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How to Make Cannabis Eliquid

By Alex Mirzaian, King Pen Vapes Have you seen anyone vaping and wondered what they’re vaping on? Ever seen someone vaping a yellowing orange tint or even green liquid in their vaporizer and wondered what that was? Well that’s cannabis extract oil, which brings a whole new level of discreet and easiness to smoking marijuana. …

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DNC Chair Offers to Support Medical Cannabis if Donor Retracts Negative Comments, Donor Refuses

Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s office offered to officialy change her position on medical cannabis and endorse an initiative to legalize the medicine in Florida if a major donor and former Obama fundraiser recanted his criticism of her, according to emails obtained by POLITICO. “The proposal to Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan was …

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31 States Are Considering Cannabis Law Reform, Is Yours One of Them?

By NORML At post time, there are 31 states that currently have pending marijuana law reform legislation. These measures deal with a wide array of topics including decriminalization, record expungement, medical access, and full legalization. 2015 is shaping up to be one of the most active legislative sessions on record for the marijuana legalization movement, …

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Video Highlights Missouri Man Serving Life in Prison for Cannabis

Jeff Mizanskey, a 61-year old Missouri man, has been in prison for over 20 years without parole, and short of a governor’s pardon, he’ll be spending the rest of his life in the same position. Jeff was arrested in 1993 on his third nonviolent, cannabis-related charge. As part of the state’s controversial three-strike law, Jeff …

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George Washington Likely Used Medical Cannabis

By Nick Sheppard, TheDailyBeast.com Before “Choom Gang” Obama or “I didn’t inhale” Clinton, the first president likely smoked pot. Presidential aspirants smoking pot, states growing hemp for industrial use—2015 sounds a lot like 1776. In fact, America’s first president may have been one of the nation’s original users of medicinal marijuana. George Washington’s rotting teeth …

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Fury as Indonesia Executes Foreigners for Drug Trafficking

By Australian Associated Press Brazil and the Netherlands have recalled their ambassadors from Indonesia and expressed fury after Jakarta defied their pleas and executed two of their citizens along with four other drug offenders. The other convicts to face a firing squad were from Vietnam, Malawi, Nigeria and Indonesia. The six were the first people …

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Scientists Believe They Have Discovered a New Species of Cannabis

By Zara Zhi, Culture Magazine Scientists at the University of Sydney believe they have found a fourth species of cannabis. The finding took place in 2010, when a group of people were hiking in the Blue Mountains of Australia and discovered a single plant that resembled cannabis. The shrub was later donated to a research …

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Every State in the U.S. Listed by Percentage of Cannabis Consumers

Using data from the latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health, below is a list of every state in the U.S. based on the percentage of residents that have consumed cannabis in the past year, starting with the state with the lowest percentage of consumers, and ending with the state that has the highest …

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Top 10 Cannabis Studies of 2014

2014 has been an incredible year for the cannabis reform movement, with two more states, several cities and the District of Columbia voting in favor of legalization. In addition, it’s been an excellent year for cannabis science, with numerous studies being released that demonstrate its medical potential and diversity, and the benefits of its legalization. …

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Colorado Regulators Are Finding it Hard to Cope with Cannabis-Infused Foods

Weed has been popular since time immemorial and there is no denying the fact. Youngster around the globe medicate on marijuana in a number of ways, ranging from bongs to pot-brownies, of course the most popular one still remains consuming it through a joint. But, when you mix marijuana with something like a brownie safety …

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