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Find out how to fight odor when your bag or purse smells like smoke and other techniques for keeping your bag, and the items you store in it, smelling fresh.
Just as starting any new business, getting a grow license takes a lot of time and research. Each state has different requirements an individual must go through before they are permitted to become a commercial grower. To find out more about how to get a growing or dispensary license, read our considerations for new growers.
Terpenes are organic compounds found in certain plants. Any time you've inhaled the smell of pine, lavender, or orange peel, you're getting a heavy dose of terpenes. So why do we care about terpenes in cannabis, specifically?
To get an even better sense of our country's quarantine cannabis habits, we've asked individuals from every corner of the Cannabis industry to weigh in on the trends they've experienced, firsthand.
Find out which states are currently deeming dispensaries essential, and what this will mean for medical and recreational cannabis use during COVID-19.
Cannabis-infused butter ("cannabutter") is an often-used vehicle for mixing cannabis into brownies, cookies, candies, drinks, and other baked goods, resulting in a tasty batch of potent edibles.
By now, we've all heard of or experienced firsthand the benefits marijuana can have on our health. Whether easing anxiety or temporarily curbing a debilitating tremor, cannabis has shown a great deal of promise in the medical community, causing doctors, researchers, and patients to take notice.
While there remain many states where weed is not legal to use or sell for recreational use, U.S. is one of many countries where marijuana is partially legal. Even though marijuana is illegal under U.S. federal law, of the 50 states, marijuana is legal in some form in 46 of them.