Archive for January, 2016

Virginia’s House just voted unanimously to nullify federal law and legalize hemp farming for any purpose.

Source: Virginia House Votes Unanimously to Legalize Hemp Farming, Nullifying Federal Law

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How do you choose a cannabis vaporizer amidst a sea of endless options? This guide to vaporizer types should help you narrow your search for that perfect vape!

Source: Which Type of Vaporizer Best Suits You? – Leafly

A new study provides some of the first evidence about patterns of marijuana use in states that have legalized medical marijuana. It finds that medical marijuana users are more likely to vaporize or consume edible forms of the drug than recreational users. Researchers also found that 41 percent of people reported having used marijuana recreationally at least once, while only about 7 percent reported using marijuana for medical purposes.

Source: Marijuana survey finds medical users more likely to consume edibles and vaporize: Simultaneous use of alcohol and marijuana is less common than expected — ScienceDaily

Jacob Kungel is a medical anomaly — well, from a traditional medical standpoint, anyway.

Source: Cancer and Cannabis: You Don’t Know Jack (Kungel), But You Should Meet Him – Dank Slate

Jacob Kungel is a medical anomaly — well, from a traditional medical standpoint, anyway.

Source: Cancer and Cannabis: You Don’t Know Jack (Kungel), But You Should Meet Him – Dank Slate

Marijuana cultivation can stress the environment, but regulation is difficult when its legal status isn’t clear. Photo credit: Flickr  by Anastasia Pantsios The movement to legalize marijuana use and cultivation is picking up steam across the U.S. In California medical marijuana has been legal since 1996, while recreational use—though still not legal—is widely accepted with possession…

Source: 5 Reasons Legalizing Pot Is Good For The Planet | TruthTheory

The industrial revolutions that came in the 1800s and early 1900s sprang us into a new world. As citizens of first world countries, this is the world we are used to today. With the convenience of all these products and services, we have to ask: does it come with a price?  More forests than ever before are being cleared, leading to species of animals and plants becoming extinct or endangered at an extremely rapid pace.  Chemicals filling our rivers, garbage filling up landfills and our oceans, carbon emission heating up the planet.  You have to imagine that this is taking a toll on our planet, Mother Nature.  So, is there a solution for this? We should give Hemp a chance!  One acre of Hemp can produce the same amount of paper as two to four acres of trees.  Not only

Source: Hemp Can Lead us into a Green Industrial Revolution! | Hemp Helps News