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Cold ’n’ Flowers: Why Winter Marks The Perfect Time Of Year For Growing Cannabis Indoors

In the Northern Hemisphere, October through April marks the most popular time of the year for growing cannabis indoors, largely thanks to professional indoor grow lights (especially high intensity discharge grow lights) providing heat to indoor spaces. Cannabis plants don’t thrive in excessive heat, so if you’re embarking on an indoor summer grow, air conditioning […]

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William Barr

The Barr Code: Trump Nominates Tough-On-Drugs AG To Take Over From Sessions

Following Jeff Sessions’ resignation as attorney general last month, the cannabis community has been waiting anxiously for the announcement of his replacement. And we didn’t have to wait long, as last Friday, December 7, President Trump announced his nomination for William P. Barr for the attorney general’s office. Although the cannabis community thought we had […]

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Cannabis CBN

Yet Another Miracle Cannabis Compound You Likely Know Nothing About

If you are a medical marijuana patient — or even a recreational cannabis enthusiast — you are likely very familiar with cannabidiol (CBD) and its myriad medical benefits. But there’s another beneficial compound that you should know about if you don’t already: cannabinol (CBN). CBN is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that occurs after tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has […]

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Cannabis Amendment

The New Prohibition Battle: True Cannabis Legalization Is A Constitutional Matter

Federal law prohibits the cultivation, sale and consumption of cannabis products within the borders of the United States. The majority of states have passed laws in contradiction to this edict (33 states and two territories have legalized medical marijuana; 10 others and the District of Columbia have legalized recreational cannabis), but the federal government can […]

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Cannabis DNA Test

How Your DNA Can Help Solve Dispensary Dilemmas

We know that cannabis affects different people in different ways, but without actually trying a variety of products, it’s impossible to know for sure how each one will affect a person. However, there’s a new testing method that aims to skip the trial-and-error part of the process by using human genetic testing to determine a […]

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