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AI is all the rage on social platforms these days, from POTUS-based Twitterbots to digital dirty-talkers. On Facebook Messenger, a fresh bundle of algorithms is even offering to give new and experienced cannabis users the medicine-led answers they need fast (if still a bit on the green side, conversationally).
ABBI is a new edutainment bot […]
It appears that stomach acid can convert CBD to THC at low levels according to a study in the Journal of Forensic Toxicology. This has implications for patients and marijuana consumers who consume CBD edibles, as well as those who must take drug tests for work and believe that their CBD products ensure […]
Arizona’s more than 114,000 medical marijuana patients smoked, ate or otherwise consumed more than 29 tons of the drug last year.
That’s more than half of a fully-loaded tractor trailer.
Or, looking at it another way, it’s the equivalent of more than 58,600 16-ounce bags of Oreos.
That’s a 52 […]
There are a great many products on the Oregon cannabis market that will get you high—and now, perhaps inevitably, there’s something to take when that high goes wrong.
There are a great many products on the Oregon cannabis market that will get you high—and now, perhaps inevitably, there’s something to take when […]
Can You Get Fired for Smoking Legal Weed?
Let’s say you’re a person who smokes weed. Maybe you live in California, Massachusetts, Nevada, or Maine—one of the four states that legalized recreational marijuana this month, or the four others where it was already legal. Or maybe you have a prescription to use […]
Whether novice or connoisseur, knowing how to assess cannabis flower quality is key to having the best possible cannabis experience. The S.T.A.T.S. method (Sight, Touch, Aroma, Taste, Sensation) is a five-step process for identifying high quality, remarkable flower, not unlike the multi-step process for evaluating wine. The guide […]
In an “exit interview” with Rolling Stone magazine, President Obama said that marijuana use should be treated as a public-health issue similar to tobacco or alcohol and called the current patchwork of state and federal laws regarding the drug “untenable.”