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Ways to Be a Sustainable Cannabis User

These days, it’s almost impossible to avoid the looming specter of climate change. As a result, many people are trying to limit their waste and consumption levels in an effort to mitigate the worst effects.  As a cannabis user, you should already be familiar with the concept of “going green.” Because cannabis is a plant, many users are intimately aware of how climate change affects crops and yields. Basically, if the climate changes too much, it’ll be harder to score some …

Pre-Rolls vs. Rolling Your Own Joints: Pros and Cons

If you’re a smoker, chances are you buy pre-rolled cigarettes, complete with their own filters and extra ingredients. While you can roll your own tobacco cigs, the practice is pretty uncommon. On the flip side of things, cannabis users typically like to roll their own joints. Since individuals buy flowers and grind them, it makes more sense to roll a joint at home instead of buying one pre-rolled.  That said, as cannabis use becomes more widespread, pre-rolled joints are becoming more prevalent …

How to Properly Roll a Joint

If you’re a marijuana smoker, you know that there are two primary ways to partake in your favorite hobby. The first is to use a bong, and the second is to smoke a joint. However, if you’re buying your own cannabis, you need to know how to roll joints so you can get the full experience without it falling apart in your hand.  So, with that in mind, let’s discuss the steps necessary to go from loose weed to a fully-packed …

The 5 Most Common Terpenes

If you’re familiar with the cannabis plant, you know it contains multiple cannabinoids. The most well-known ingredients are CBD and THC, but there are many other cannabinoids within the plant.  However, you may also be aware of terpenes. Like cannabinoids, terpenes are an essential ingredient in cannabis, but they affect a wide array of different elements like aroma, flavor, and side effects. There are over 200 terpenes in cannabis, but some are more common than others. Let’s break down the five …

4 Ways to Get Rid of Weed Smell

If you’re someone who partakes in cannabis culture, you know that high-quality weed can produce a pretty potent smell. While this aroma is part of the product’s appeal, it can also give away your habits so it’s better to get rid of the smell as quickly as possible.  Fortunately, there are tons of different ways to eliminate weed smell. However, the best offense is an excellent defense. Basically, by planning ahead and taking some preventative steps, you can avoid the smell …

How To Incorporate Cannabis Into Your Daily Wellness Routine

Now that cannabis is quickly becoming legal in more states, many more people are starting to try it for the first time. Another benefit of legalization is that some users are beginning to focus on the health benefits of this highly potent plant.    Typically, when it comes to cannabis and wellness, the focus tends to be on CBD. However, individuals may wonder how to incorporate cannabis into your daily wellness routine without worrying about any harmful side effects. Let’s break down …

Your Guide to Cannabis Concentrates and How They Work

When consuming cannabis, most users typically smoke the plant itself or ingest cannabis-infused edibles. However, there is another option - cannabis concentrates. These products are highly potent and allow you to get more bang for your buck. So, let’s get our pipes ready and see what concentrates can do for our cannabis experience. Here’s your guide to cannabis concentrates and how they work What is a Cannabis Concentrate? The cannabis plant has two primary cannabinoids - THC and CBD. For concentrates, these …

Cannabis and Women’s Health – What You Need to Know

If you were to picture a cannabis user, what would they look like? The image of a hippie or a stoner usually involves a guy, but more women than ever are using cannabis. Thanks to recent legalization and access, women are starting to partake at record levels. According to data, women make up 59 percent of new users. So, read on to learn about cannabis and women's health - what you need to know While a big part of cannabis use …

Why Buying Legal Cannabis is Important

Now that cannabis is fully legal in 17 states plus Washington, D.C., consumers have never had so many options for buying their favorite substance. However, while legalization has made cannabis more widely available, there is still a prolific and persistent black-market weed trade. Across the board, drug dealers are still in business, and street prices are almost always less than what users will pay at a dispensary. With street weed being cheaper, what’s the benefit of going the legal route? Actually, …

What to Do If You’re Stopped With Legal Cannabis

It wasn’t too long ago that getting caught with marijuana was a pretty bad offense. Although cannabis is slowly becoming legal in various states, it’s still outlawed at the national level. So, depending on where you are, you might have to be extra careful when transporting your weed. That said, even if you’re in a state where it’s legal, you might have to take various precautions. As with anything else, it’s always best to know what to expect beforehand. This …

Most Common Cannabis Myths Busted

As cannabis becomes legalized in more locations, many more people are starting to partake. However, since cannabis legalization is relatively fresh and new, many harmful myths still exist. Unfortunately, many lawmakers still believe in these myths, which is part of the reason why legalization is taking so long. Because of the damage, these myths can cause, we will dispel the top four misunderstandings. So, whether you’re new to cannabis culture or just want to put your mind at ease, here …

Ingesting vs. Smoking Cannabis: the Difference in Experiences

Now that cannabis is becoming widespread, more people are trying it for the first time. However, for the uninitiated, smoking weed can seem a bit daunting. Fortunately, edibles are pretty widely available, so people have options when they want to get high. That said, what’s the difference between smoking and consuming cannabis? Is there a noticeable shift between the effects? Let’s dive in and find out. How Cannabis Enters the BloodstreamIf you’re somewhat familiar with marijuana, you know that THC …
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