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growing your own marijuana

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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curing marijuana

Using Water for Curing Marijuana

Drying and curing marijuana is almost always done by harvesting the cannabis, letting it sit in open air until it dries, then curing in containers. But there’s an alternative method for curing marijuana. It’s called the water cure and it means what it says: instead of curing marijuana in air, you cure it underwater. You […]

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keeping marijuana away from children

Keeping Marijuana Away from Children

Hey marijuana users and growers, here’s a warning nobody should have to give you: keep marijuana away from children. Of course, if the marijuana is medical and it’s saving kid’s lives as is often the case due to marijuana’s proven medical benefits that are superior to pharmaceutical drugs, then the kids can have marijuana under […]

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marijuana and pregnancy

Marijuana and Pregnancy: Stories from Pot-Using Moms

In our three previous articles on marijuana and pregnancy, we heard from expert cannabis researcher Dr. Melanie Dreher. She discovered that Jamaican women who combine marijuana and pregnancy create better outcomes for themselves and their children. Our articles show that marijuana and pregnancy go well together because marijuana is a safe, natural medicine that helps […]

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