Late last month, my sciatica pain came back in full force. Sitting was incredibly uncomfortable, and it got to the point where I was crawling on my hands and knees just to be able to make it up the stairs. Immediately, I reached for CBD. For me, the most amazing aspect of cannabis is the ability to derive such a massive...
CANNABIS CULTURE –  The beer´s name is cheeky and daring: “Durban Poison.” This heralds South Africa´s first Cannabis beer after marijuana use was legalized in Africa´s richest country. Now, there are daring ambitions to shift South Africa´s largely young drinkers away from intoxicating, unregulated traditional wheat beers towards less “harmful” cannabis beer alternatives in a country with staggering rates of...
I checked out a lot of exciting genetics at the Emerald Cup last month. Here, breeders and growers gathered to show off their very best strains—it was clear which seed packs were selling out and which new cultivars breeders were most proud of. Last year, I found hits like White Tahoe Cookies and Mimosa. But ultimately, there’s no perfect science to...
CANNABIS CULTURE – Before handing over your hard earned cash and investing in the latest hype strains for up to $200 a pack, it is important to sit down for a moment and consider what it is you personally want from your crop. It is hard to differentiate between what is commercially viable and what can be considered head...
This past year was a great year for cannabis. The popular strains and flavors that proliferated over the last 12 months offer such a variety that you can’t help but want to try them all. That is, if you haven’t already! Looking at engagement data across Leafly, we’re able to see how interested people are in each strain, as well...
It’s appropriate that 2019 kicks off with a focus on Aphria, the Canadian pot producer attacked by short sellers and now the target of a hostile takeover bid. After a wild year for the cannabis sector, it’s appropriate that 2019 kicks off with a focus on Aphria Inc., the Canadian pot producer that was attacked by short sellers and is...
The Vermont Supreme Court has ruled that a state trooper was wrong to seize a man’s vehicle after he said he smelled a faint scent of burnt marijuana. The ruling creates binding court precedent across Vermont. The court ruled Friday that a faint odor of burnt marijuana doesn’t create a fair probability that cannabis itself would be found. The ruling creates...