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Almost Half of Canadians Will Try Marijuana Edibles Once Legal, 68% Support Legalization

A new study shows that a large number of Canadians plan to try marijuana edibles once the nation legalizes cannabis, and an even higher number is in favor of legalization. The study, conducted at Dalhousie University, found that 46% of Canadians would try cannabis-infused food products if they became available on the market. 39% would …

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How to Properly Dose with Marijuana Edibles

Edibles are among the most popular cannabis products around and for good reason: they offer higher highs for longer periods of time. While this is wonderful news for the marijuana lover, edibles do come with a metaphorical warning label (and a real one as well). This is because they are different than what some people …

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Washington House Unanimously Passes Bill to Regulate Marijuana Edibles Same as Other Foods

A Washington bill requiring state officials to regulate marijuana-infused food products the same as other foods has been passed unanimously by the state’s House of Representatives. House Bill 1462 has also been approved by the Senate Agriculture, Water, Trade & Economic Development Committee. The proposal “Requires the department of agriculture to regulate marijuana-infused edible processing …

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What Are the Best Ways to Consume Marijuana Without Smoking?

What are the best ways to consume marijuana without smoking it? All types of people use marijuana; all ages, races and social classes. Not everyone likes actually smoking it, however, or some people simply can’t do so depending on their condition. Because of this alternative forms of consuming cannabis have gained widespread popularity in recent …

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Study: THC/CBD in Cannabis Brownies Remain Stable at Least 3 Months at Room Temperature

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A new study published in the Journal of Analytical Toxicology, and published online by the National Institute of Health, gives us the clearest answer to date on how long cannabis edibles stay actives after they’ve been made. “Presented is a method for the preparation and application of THC and CBD containing brownies used as quality …

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Marijuana Banana Bread Recipe

By Robert Bergman, ILoveGrowingMarijuana.com For this recipe you’ll need: 2 medium bananas, sliced 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1/2 cup marijuana butter (or margarine if vegan), melted 1 cup white sugar 2 eggs (egg-replacer or one cup applesauce if vegan) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt …

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Cannabis Edibles, Extracts Now Legal for Everyone 21+ in Oregon

As of June 2nd, it’s legal for everyone 21 and older in Oregon to purchase and use cannabis edibles, topicals, tinctures and extracts. Dispensaries are now able to legally distribute such products, thanks to the passage of Senate Bill 1511 earlier this year. Under the new law, dispensaries are now able to sell cannabis edibles …

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Oregon: Legal Edible Sales for Everyone 21+ Begins Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, June 2nd, dispensaries in Oregon will be able to legally distribute cannabis-infused foods such as brownies and cookies, and cannabis extracts such as oils and tinctures, to anyone 21 and older. This is thanks to Senate Bill 1511, which also allows recreational cannabis retail outlets to sell cannabis to patients tax-free. Under the …

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Getting The Correct Dosage For Marijuana Edibles

By Robert Bergman, ILoveGrowingMarijuana.com If you have ever eaten or baked marijuana edibles before, you are likely well aware of the difficulty that comes with figuring out your proper dose. Time and time again people either have too little marijuana (leading to no high at all) or far too much (resulting in an uncomfortable high), …

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Oregon Governor Signs Bill Allowing Sales of Cannabis Edibles and Extracts

Oregon Governor Kate Brown yesterday signed Senate Bill 1511 into law. The measure allows dispensaries to sell cannabis-infused edibles such as brownies and cookies and cannabis extracts such as oils and tinctures to anyone 21 and older. The new law also allows recreational cannabis retail outlets to sell cannabis tax-free to registered medical cannabis patients. Before …

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