Tag Archives | marijuana medibles

Canada marijuana

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Proposes Canada Marijuana Legalization

Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party promised during his election campaign to legalize recreational marijuana and reform Canada’s marijuana laws. But marijuana growers, users, advocates, and opposition politicians are expressing mixed feelings about Canada marijuana legalization just announced by Trudeau’s government. The new legislation proposes allowing adult Canadians to legally possess up to 30 grams […]

Continue Reading
marijuana dabs

Marijuana Dabs Revolution: Using Pure THCA, CBD, Terpenoids

Back in the day, the only options people had for getting high were smoking buds or hashish, and by eating medibles. Then came hash oil, solvent extracts, marijuana dabs, rosin, oral extracts, and topical oils. Now a new type of marijuana dabs products has arrived, mostly in legalized marijuana states. It’s marijuana dabs made of […]

Continue Reading
Mail Order Marijuana, Hash Oil Hashish

Mail Order Marijuana, Hash Oil & Hashish!

It would be nice to mail order marijuana whole bud, medibles, dabs, shatter, moonrocks, butane honey oil, rosin, and bubblehash. I’ve spent years researching mail order marijuana businesses. I keep monitoring the situation, and updating this article. One of the latest developments is people procuring mail order marijuana from the “deep web.” The deep web […]

Continue Reading
medical-cannabis

Medical Marijuana Laws May Be A Trap

As a Michigan resident and medical marijuana user, I was among the 63% of Michiganders who voted for medical “marihuana” legalization in 2008, and who celebrated hard-won new freedom and legal protection when the law passed. Just like you, if you are in a medical marijuana state…it does seem like a dream come true. Finally, […]

Continue Reading

Reproduction whole or in part of any words, images, or any other material from any BigBudsMag.Com pages without first obtaining explicit written permission from BigBudsMag.com is strictly prohibited and is theft of intellectual property that could result in criminal or civil charges.