Keeping The Love Alive: High Times Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Expressing love and affection can be difficult. That’s why gifting presents can be such a profound gesture. And since we’re celebrating the season of love the entire month of February, we crafted this list of our favorite products to help you show your appreciation to the people who make your life magical all year round. […]

Cannabis use in teens linked to risk of depression in young adults

While there has been a lot of focus on the role of cannabis use in psychosis, there has been less attention on whether cannabis use is associated with an increased risk of common mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Researchers from McGill University and the University of Oxford carried out a systematic review […]

Bank Officials Urge Congress to Allow Cannabis Businesses Banking Services

Bank officials and cannabis industry representatives joined together on Wednesday to urge Congress to allow marijuana businesses access to banking services. At a hearing of the House Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions Subcommittee, lawmakers heard from advocates of the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act of 2019 who are seeking support for the bill. Due […]

Detoxing for Cannabis? The Benefits of Tolerance Cleansing

Cleansing is a trend that’s been on the rise for a while, but people rarely talk about using cleanses to make your cannabis tolerance higher—or any substance for that matter. Although most aren’t juice cleansing to get drunk off of less wine, many people can benefit from detoxing their systems of metabolites and afterglow effects […]

In Congress, a Changed House Finally Looks at Cannabis Banking

Six years after introducing the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, a cannabis banking reform measure, co-author Denny Heck finally saw it enjoy its first committee hearing in Congress on Wednesday. The number of banks and credit unions willing to handle cannabis money is growing, but they still represent only a tiny fraction of […]

Medical cannabis sales in Maine drop for second year in a row

Medical marijuana sales declined in Maine for the second straight year, a decrease that some dispensary owners blame on unfair competition both from the black market and patients growing their own product. According to the Portland Press Herald, tax data shows the state’s eight licensed dispensaries brought in $23.5 million in sales in 2018, down […]