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Hawaiian medical marijuana

Cutthroat Island: As Hawaiian Police Crack Down On Medical Marijuana Patients’ Right To Bear Arms, We Find Out What Locals Think

Hawaiian authorities dropped the hammer this week on the state’s medical marijuana patients, issuing letters to cardholders in Oahu to surrender their firearms within 30 days. The notice, signed by Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard, and posted by Leafly.com, read: “This letter is to inform you that under the provisions of the Hawaii Revised Statutes […]

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cannabinoids

Understanding Cannabinoids and Terpenoids, Part 1

Marijuana gets us high and has medical benefits because it contains hundreds of compounds that affect our bodies and minds. The main categories of compounds we care about are cannabinoids and terpenoids. Cannabinoids provide us the primary marijuana high, and some medical benefits. Marijuana is the only plant that produces some cannabinoid compounds. Terpenoids provide […]

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Marijuana Grow Lights Hurt Your Eyes!

After 15 years of growing marijuana mostly indoors under High Intensity Discharge (HID) lights, I noticed I had eye problems. I was seeing flashes of light, spots, losing ability to read small print (even with reading glasses), seeing halos around lights at night. My eyesight changed day by day. Sometimes better, sometimes worse. But it […]

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Legally grow marijuana

What’s the Best State to Legally Grow Marijuana?

Where’s the best place in America for you as an individual to legally grow marijuana? As of early 2017, an individual can legally grow marijuana in California, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, Nevada, Alaska, Arizona, Massachusetts, Michigan, Maine, the District of Columbia (D.C.) and Hawaii. In most states where state law allows you to legally […]

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