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What To Do With Your Cannabis Stalks, Stems And Leaves

You lovingly raised your cannabis crop from seed to flower; you harvested those beautifully frosted buds, trimmed, washed, and dried them; and now, you can enjoy the fruits of your labor with a truly excellent toke. But what do you do with the rest of the plant once you have what you wanted? Are the

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Nepenthe, A Cannabis Infused Wine for Grief?

CANNABIS CULTURE –  Nepenthe was an ancient herbal infused wine, that appears in Homer’s famous tale The Odyssey. Its use to quell grief in a funerary setting has caused many researchers to identify it with cannabis. The Odyssey of Homer (9th-8th century BC) describes the Nepenthes which came to the Greeks from Egyptian Thebes: “Then

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Mexican Cannabis: Legalization is Happening! Are you Ready?

This week the Mexican Senate passed a bill containing a draft federal law for the regulation of cannabis (the “Cannabis Law”). The bill includes amendments to the General Health Law and the Federal Criminal Code and is amended by a helpful Annex. The Cannabis Law is being sent to the Mexican Lower Chamber (Cámara de

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Cooking with Cannabis in Downtown Windsor

The legalization of marijuana in Canada has inspired some to take their kush to the kitchen. “We never knew how interested people were about cooking with cannabis until we started seeing the cookbooks flying off the shelves,” says Sam Katzman, owner of Greentown Cannabis. The growing popularity has prompted Greentown Cannabis to host a second

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Field Trip (Ten Years of Therapy in an Afternoon?)

CANNABIS CULTURE – We do want everyone to have access to the benefits of some good, old fashioned consciousness expansion, don’t we? According to Independent Consultant Mort Goldman, Pharm.D., “Ketamine is relatively short-acting, with an incredibly high level of safety. That’s why it’s a favorite among doctors as a procedural anesthetic.” That’s also why ketamine seems like

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