There is a marijuana delivery company here in LA that is looking for an intern to test out their products and write a description of them, and it immediately made Jimmy think of a guy we happened upon at the opening of a cannabis dispensary in Michigan. So we flew Freddie to LA for an interview with the CEO of the company Emjay.
Women Leaders in Cannabis is an organization that started in Northern California. The mission of the group is to bring together founders, executives, investors and other industry professionals to help each other, using their vast networks, create connections that lead to partnership opportunities, funding for emerging companies, and relationship building.
Welcome to I Don’t know about That with Jim Jefferies. In this episode, the team discusses cannabis with hosts of the Weed + Grub Podcast, Mike Glazer and Mary Jane Gibson. This podcast is going to blow up.
According to a recent article, several White House staffers were put on probation or fired after disclosing past marijuana use in a background check. This had Amber questioning: Has Tarik ever used marijuana? Also, the Scripps National Spelling Bee recently unveiled they’re adding multiple choice questions and a lightning round to crank up the competition. Aren’t Spelling Bees hard enough?
Jennifer Lawrence tells Howard Stern about the time she took her concern for another partygoer a little too far after smoking a joint with some rappers.
Growing cannabis is Oklahoma in greenhouses year around. Learn how plants start vegging and go through light deprivation to start flowering to produce buds.
We’ve strained ourselves trying to figure out what weed is better: Indica or Sativa. Brandon Rogers, Eva Victor, Yedoye Travis and Jordan Mendoza spark this very important debate. The only way to find common ground is by listening. Agree to Disagree is a venue for vigorous debate of the world’s most pressing issues.
For stoners around the world (especially Europeans), there is nothing better than a good block of hash. It’s easy to understand why. It’s potent, convenient to carry, and, for tobacco smokers, it goes well with cigarettes. But if you always buy it online or in a store, it can get pretty expensive in the long run. After all, the people who make it need to pay bills, so they have to charge high prices. Although pressing hash rosin can be difficult and expensive, there are other ways to extract hash that won’t require as much equipment and budget.
If you’re into cannabis science, you may have heard of the endocannabinoid system. But what is it? In today’s article we’re going to talk all about it, and how different cannabinoids like CBD can help you. Let’s get right into it!
We thought weed makes you slow? U.S. sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson has been suspended from the Olympic team after testing positive for marijuana. She apologized in an exclusive interview on NBC’s “TODAY” show, saying “I greatly apologize if I let you guys down, and I did.” #LetHerRun
Seth has one suggestion for how Conan should spend his time off: smoking a lot of weed. Conan took an Elon hit and turned into Don Rickles.
The cannabis industry is expanding rapidly, and by 2025, it’s expected to be worth even up to $30 billion. One of the most important factors that impacts its growth is the technology that evolves with every passing year. Cannabis growers all over the world look for quicker and more efficient ways to plant and harvest the best-quality pot – and they succeed.
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I feel like that says so much. A man who was sober for 29 years, who obviously had a prior problem if he has the chips, advocates weed over alcohol. I’m glad the bad stigma of weed is dying off, alcohol is so much worse than weed.
Comic actor Jim Belushi, who became famous for his TV, film and stage appearances, may have found a role he was born to play. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Belushi about pursuing his agricultural passion on his Oregon cannabis farm, and about the western wildfires that came close to burning it to the ground.
VICE’s Dee and Taji visit a hypnotist to see if hypnotherapy can help them quit weed for good. I tried this once and it really worked… it changed my life for like two hours.
In just three years, Wrigley has transformed Parallel into a new kind of cannabis company. On a mission to build the first mainstream marijuana brand, he has stacked his management with executives and advisors from some of the largest and best-known corporations in the world—including Coca-Cola, Walgreens and Patrón Spirits. Wrigley believes his cannabis concern could one day rival his family’s chewing gum business, which he sold to Mars, Inc. for $23 billion in 2008.
The legendary David Alan Grier joins Tom and Fortune to talk about how Jamie Foxx asked him to join the cast of Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, why he doesn’t care about UFO’s and how he stole his Dad’s weed.
Growing marijuana seeds at home can be very satisfying. If you are into gardening, you will enjoy the process of cultivating a plant, and then you will enjoy the many benefits of marijuana, especially its health benefits. For instance, cannabis has been reported to provide relief from chronic pain, helps you fight obesity, prevents and regulates diabetes, improves bone health, treats glaucoma, slows down Alzheimer’s progression, treats bowel issues, and may also fight cancer.It is thus no surprise that legal cannabis has become so popular throughout the world in recent times.
ABC News’ Alex Presha looks at the fight to legalize marijuana nationwide and how advocates hope decriminalizing marijuana could lead to economic and racial justice.