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Category: Cannabis-Weed

Broccoli Magazine Highlights Cannabis Flower Art at MoMA PS1 in Queens

By domaing4 0 Comment February 7, 2019

Amid a spray of colors — fuchsia, electric orange, pale yellow, and bright white — and a wild profusion of shapes created by flowers, fruits, and vegetables, a plant not normally found in flower arrangements found a home at New York’s Museum of Modern Art PS1, in Long Island City, Queens: the variety of Cannabis […]

Illinois Opens Medical Marijuana Registry to Patients Who Use Opioids

By domaing4 0 Comment February 7, 2019

Tom Utley had been taking the prescription painkiller OxyContin for seven years before Illinois legalized medical marijuana in 2015. “I was nodding out in the middle of conversations and felt like a passenger in my own body,” said Utley, whose earlier spinal cord injury returned in 2008, causing excruciating pain and difficulty walking. But Utley, […]

AI is Already Here and Changing How We Use and Understand Cannabis

By domaing4 0 Comment February 7, 2019

Artificial intelligence is poised to change how you interact with the world — and that includes the world of cannabis. Artificial intelligence (AI), or computing systems that mimic human intelligence, is being applied in everything from growing operations to devices that roll your joint for you. According to Meni Morim, interim CEO and former director […]

Build the Wall … From Hemp? Ex-Trump Adviser Floats His Idea for Barrier

By domaing4 0 Comment February 6, 2019

A coalition of President Donald Trump’s allies are looking into whether they could privately fund a wall along the Mexican border … made of hemp. Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said that the group, which also includes former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and former Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, Sheriff David Clarke, is […]

Inmate Cleared by Sentencing Reform is Booker's State of the Union Guest

By domaing4 0 Comment February 6, 2019

A man who was released from prison in January 2019 after previously being handed a life sentence for a low-level drug offense will be attending President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Feb. 5, 2019, accompanied by Democratic presidential hopeful, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker. Edward Douglas was one of the first people to […]

Oahu Chef Treats Weedmaps Athletes to 'Clean Eats' at Pipe House

By domaing4 0 Comment February 6, 2019

Chef Thomas Naylor, founder of the well-respected catering service Ke Nui Kitchen on Oahu’s North Shore, comes from a restaurateur family. His grandfather owned Southern California’s famous Tiny Naylor’s chain, and his father and uncles owned Van de Kamp’s Holland Dutch Bakeries and various other restaurants over the years. As a result, Naylor has come […]

Cannabis Wedding Expo Helps You Stage Marijuana Matrimonials

By domaing4 0 Comment February 6, 2019

The flowers. The dress. The reception. The cake. Even the honeymoon. The sunny courtyard of the fashionable Los Angeles Boulevard3 nightclub buzzed with throngs of curious young women dreaming aloud about one of the most important days of their lives. A wedding day with a new twist was available in any variation to brides to […]

Heavy Marijuana Use Can Cause Severe Nausea and Vomiting. What is CHS?  

By domaing4 0 Comment February 5, 2019

Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) is a mouthful and it may sound like a frightening medical term, but it’s really not so complex or intimidating. Think of it as a sort of cannabis allergy. Instead of itchy eyes and runny nose, the most common symptoms are nausea and vomiting, according to Adie Wilson-Poe, Ph.D., a neuroscientist […]

Patients Cite Chronic Pain, MS, Chemotherapy for Using Medical Marijuana

By domaing4 0 Comment February 5, 2019

Chronic pain is the most common reason people give when they enroll in state-approved medical marijuana programs. That’s followed by stiffness from multiple sclerosis (MS) and chemotherapy-related nausea, according to an analysis of 15 states published Feb. 4, 2019, in the journal Health Affairs, published by Project HOPE, the People-to-People Health Foundation Inc. The study didn’t […]

Cannabis Studied to Treat Conditions from Football-Related Brain Trauma

By domaing4 0 Comment February 5, 2019

Junior Seau was a star NFL linebacker with a 20-year career playing for the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots. In 2012, at age 43, he shot himself in the chest instantly ending his life. An autopsy found no substances in Seau’s system, and the San Diego County medical examiner did not […]