A GUIDE TO EVALUATING CANNABIS 2 Nicholas King Alpine Herbal Wellness Last month I described key considerations to look for when evaluating the results of growing operations for cannabis. In this month’s installment, I look at issues more related to the quality of the smoking or vaporizing experiences. CONSUMPTION CONSIDERATIONS Harsh/smooth smoke Initial rate of
By P. Beckert | Published in Glossynews.com It is the first week of Spring, and for Michelle Obama, this means it is time to start planning the White House organic garden. While the garden will again contain a variety of fruits and vegetables as well as a few ornamental flowers, a new addition is sure
Published in Norml New Jersey – The (No Medical Marijuana) Garden State – coming soon to a state near you! In 2010, New Jersey passed the first medical marijuana law that did not allow the patient to grow their own low-cost medicine, instead requiring them to pay street prices for cannabis sold through dispensaries. The District of Columbia followed
Ken Unger says he didn’t want to be a “morphine addict.” He came up with an alternative: Grow marijuana in his home to use medicinally. Unfortunately, Missouri isn’t a progressive place willing to let people like, say, a Navy veteran such as Unger, use pot to manage his pain. Unger told KSHB Channel 41 that he
By Roger H. Alyworth | Published on ChicoER On Tuesday, Butte County supervisors will get their first look at a proposed marijuana cultivation ordinance that would apply to the unincorporated areas of the county. The proposed ordinance makes it clear that while it says it is in compliance with the Prop. 215, which authorized the
Oregon boasts the country’s cheapest pot, with the price of a high quality ounce running $259.13, according to PriceofWeed.com, a site that uses crowd-sourcing methodology to track marijuana prices around the country. (Anonymous users who buy the drug on the street input what they paid — and for how much — and the site averages out prices for the state or territory.) Montana comes in second at $273.87 per ounce. Both states are among the 14 to have passed laws allowing the medicinal use of the drug.