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You Can Grow Your Own Way: Here’s Why Growing Your Own Cannabis is Better than Buying It

Like other Colorado cannabis consumers, Trevor was a self-described weedhead who celebrated when medical and recreational marijuana were legalized in his home state in 2000 and 2012, respectively. He thought legalization would decrease his marijuana costs, give him alternatives to the cannabis black market, and greatly increase the variety of cannabis products he could buy. […]

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Getting Top Dollar for Your Medical Marijuana

Colorado and Washington have legalized marijuana, and Obama after his reelection said enforcing marijuana laws is not a top priority for federal police agents. In Canada, licensed medical growers are pumping out as much marijuana as possible, because the Canadian government says it will invalidate medical grow licenses in 2014. Marijuana retail prices are fluctuating, […]

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Get That Marijuana State of Mind

As an officially-approved medical marijuana user and grower with a doctor’s recommendation and a card that makes me “legal” in a few states, I often get the feeling there are two Americas. One of those Americas is a place where even the smallest amount of medicine can put me in jail. In those places, I […]

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Celebrating Marijuana: The Cannabis Culture

As hydroponics medical marijuana growers and users, we share cultural aspects that link us as comrades in what has been called a “cannabis culture.” What is our culture all about? You can’t generalize accurately about the politics or demographics of our cannabis culture. You’ll find libertarians, hippies, greens, Democrats, Republicans, conservatives, liberals, war veterans and […]

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