Category Archive: Miscellaneous

The Top 5 Countries with the Cheapest and Most Expensive Cannabis

Below is a list of the top 5 countries in regards to where cannabis is the cheapest and most expensive, based on the average price of a gram. The list was compiled using data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s 2014 World Drug Report, and from the cannabis pricing index website Price …

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Industrial Hemp CBD VS. Medical Marijuana CBD

By Discover CBD We have all seen the recent news articles showcasing CBD oil and many of us would like to get involved… but where do you start?  In the event you didn’t already know, there are two sources for CBD oil and other CBD/Cannabidiol products: 1.)  Hemp CBD products made from industrial hemp and 2.) …

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10 Reasons to Legalize All Drugs

The war on drugs has been an unequivocal failure. Although many people are hesitant when it comes to the idea of legalizing all drugs – which is understandable given the extreme dangers of certain substances – it’s truly the only solution to ending the pain, death and social regression that comes with the drug war. …

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Missouri Man Serving Life in Prison for Cannabis to be Set Free Tomorrow

Jeff Mizanskey, a Missouri man who’s been in prison for over 20 years serving life without parole for a cannabis charge, will be set free tomorrow, September 1st. Jeff, who was arrested in 1993 on his third non-violent cannabis-related charge, and was sentenced to life in prison without parole as part of the state’s three-strike …

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World’s Largest Cannabis Organization Names ‘Top 50 Most Influential Marijuana Consumers’

Earlier this week the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) released its annual list of the “Top 50 Most Influential Marijuana Consumers” in the United States, with President Barack Obama topping the list. The list is available below and by clicking here. “About one out of every two Americans has used marijuana, including a whole lot of …

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Diseases on Marijuana Plants, and How to Treat Them

By Robert Bergman, ILoveGrowingMarijuana.com Diseases on marijuana plants and infections usually create the worst possible issues for your plants. They have a tendency to be much harder to treat than pests. Diseases in your plants will usually come in one of two major categories: fungal or bacterial. Fungal diseases are often caused by environments that …

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Washington D.C. Attorney General Expresses Support for Legalizing All Drugs

Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, in a Friday interview on the Washington Journal, expressed support for putting an end to the war on drugs by legalizing illegal substances, not just cannabis. During a segment on synthetic cannabinoids, a caller stated that drug prohibition is a civil liberties issue, and “when people want to consume substances …

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64 Studies That Show Cannabis Can Treat Various Cancers

Cannabis, and the cannabinoid compounds found within it, has been shown through a large amount of scientific, peer-reviewed research to be effective at treating a wide variety of cancers, ranging from brain cancer to colon cancer. Below is a list of over 60 studies that demonstrate the vast anti-cancer properties of cannabis. Studies showing cannabis may …

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Rise of the Ceramic Donut Coils

While ceramic itself is nothing new (humans have recognized its usefulness for thousands of years, purposing it for everything from pottery and dishware, to biomedical implants and the coating of jet engine turbine blades), the emergence of this age-old material in vaping atomizers is just starting to become recognized by the vaping community. Most atomizers …

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How to Increase Your Marijuana Yield

By Robert Bergman, ILoveGrowingMarijuana.com For every marijuana grower, achieving a high final yield is the ultimate goal. In an ideal world, this yield will be high despite less effort, time, and money being used. There are a number of factors that can negatively affect your yield, so as a grower you need to always be …

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Seattle Hempfest 2015 is Less than Two Weeks Away

Seattle Hempfest, one of the world’s most attended free speech events, is less than two weeks away. This year’s event takes place on August 14th, 15th and 16th, starting at noon on the 14th and 10am on the 15th and 16th; it ends at 8pm on all three days. Seattle Hempfest – often referred to …

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2016 Cannabis Legalization Initiatives: An Overview

By Phillip Smith, StoptheDrugWar.org Marijuana is going to be part of the political conversation between now and Election Day 2016. Support for legalization is now consistently polling above 50% nationwide, four states and DC have already voted to legalize it, and activists at least ten states are doing their best to make it an issue …

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Colorado Rally Planned in Support of Cannabis for PTSD

Less than two weeks after Colorado’s Department of Health and Environment rejected adding post trauatic stress disorder (PTSD) to the list of qualifying medical cannabis conditions, activists have announced a Medical Marijuana for PTSD Rally. Hosted by Operation Grow for Vets, the rally will place in Denver (3461 Ringsby Court) starting at 11AM, and ending at …

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2,400 Year Old Gold Bongs Discovered in Russia

By Aaron Mamlit, Tech Times Archaeologists have unearthed a pair of “bongs” made of pure gold that date back to 2,400 years ago. The historic paraphernalia, which were once used by tribal chiefs to smoke cannabis and opium, were discovered along with other items made of gold weighing almost seven pounds in total when a …

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Cannabis Exec Helps Victims of Illinois Tornado

People who lost their homes when a tornado roared through their small Illinois town last week received help from a top executive of a company that grows medical cannabis in the city. Delavan Mayor Liz Skinner said on Sunday that Tim McGraw (no, not the country singer), CEO of Revolution Enterprises, is paying for hotel …

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