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The cannabis industry in North America is BOOMing, New Frontier Data speculates that there could be as many as 1.1 million new jobs by 2025 in the United States alone. In Canada, the first major industrialized country to legalize cannabis at the federal level, job seekers, entrepreneurs and corporate types are all being drawn to the new green rush and the opportunities being presented. If this sparks your interest you may be wondering how you too can get in on the ground floor of a nascent industry.
Let's take a closer look at the different stages of eating a weed infused edible.
While Tara herself isn't a medical cannabis patient she does work with patients to help them medicate safely and legally. Laws in New Jersey are restrictive and generally only list ailments that are terminal or completely debilitating and for nine million people, there are only six dispensaries which means that selection is sparse and patients often find themselves shopping on the black market.
Does mom medicate or kick back with cannabis? Does she also like to (or maybe just wants to) grow her own weed? If your mom has a budding green thumb you have to see The Armoire which is a revolutionary new bio-chamber designed to fit discreetly into your home's decor.
Today we're trying out a new product from the all female (natch) team at Slo Rolls. Slo Rolls is a honey based natural adhesive paste designed to slow down the burn and prevent canoeing. The company is launching this spring and we got a sneak peek at the goods so we can tell you all about it.
Did you know that there is a right way and a wrong way to grind your weed? Don't get me wrong, if you find yourself ready to roll but are without a grinder there is no real “wrong way” to grind; Break out the nail scissors, the mortar and pestle or get ready to pull apart the flower with your fingers, whatever you need to do. However, if you are not in a dire situation and have all of your tools available there are a few tips you should be aware of so you get the best grind possible.
Here, we're listing out the best deals across the web - so you can enjoy saving and supporting your fave cannabis brands from the comfort of your couch.
Looking for somethig to do this April 20th? Check out this (in no way exhaustive) list of events happening in cities around North America.
One of the reasons that Etsy is so popular is because it allows normal (albeit very crafty and creative) people to bring their ideas to market. Consumers who are drawn to handmade and often sustainably made items can find everything from iron-on patches to pottery to one-off fashions and if you're in the market for something to show off your love for cannabis and the cannabis lifestyle, Etsy has you covered.
Today weed-themed weddings are big business in legal states and there is no sign of interest waning any time soon. There are event coordinators who specialize in cannabis weddings, there are transportation services that cater to people who want to light up en route and there are even cannabis wedding expos you can attend to meet progressive vendors.