Cannabis laws vary from state to state and even locality to locality, so as a consumer it’s difficult to know what return policies your local dispensary has in place. So how does one navigate the uncertain landscape? Join us as we take a look at cannabis’ unique return laws.
Despite the government’s strong anti-cannabis stance, France reportedly has the highest level of consumption amongst its citizens in all of Europe. With the launch of their first medical cannabis study since the 1950s, many are wondering if this is their first step towards medical legalization.
If you’ve ever had a smoke sesh with friends you know there are a few cardinal rules: puff, puff, pass and then pass the joint to the left. Let’s take a look at why the joint is always passed to the left. But why to the left? Let’s take a look at why the joint is always passed to the left.
While cannabis legalization continues to steamroll its way through the U.S., Guam has had access to legal medical cannabis since 2013 and adult-use cannabis since 2019. So now that we know that cannabis is legal there, how is the cannabis industry unfolding in the territory? Let’s have a look.
Cannabis markets across the U.S. have been essentially following the alcohol laws, where you have to be 21+ to purchase or consume alcohol. It begs the question; is there any particular reason that lawmakers have chosen 21 as the legal age of cannabis consumption in the U.S.? What age should it be?
Marijuana is medicine. This fact has driven a lot of the debate over the legal status of cannabis. Beyond the idea of cannabis as medicine, actually being able to consume the marijuana necessary for treatment is another matter for some consumers.
Male cannabis plants produce very few cannabinoids, which means growers potentially have to scrap 50% of their crop. For this reason, we have developed feminized seeds. But just what are feminized seeds, and where do they come from? The answer is a remarkable feat of genetics and horticulture.