Are you considering trying edibles for the first time? Learn the primary benefits of edibles you may not have known about. At the time of writing this, recreational cannabis is legal in 11 states. While this may seem like a far cry from our Northern neighbor’s full legalization in 2018, the United States is slowly…
As of 2019, nine states and the District of Columbia have fully decriminalized marijuana and have legalized its recreational use.
Cannabis edibles are all the rage as consumers look for alternative ways of consuming cannabis.
The cannabis industry has exploded over the last ten years. Consequently, there’s been an increase in cannabis companies popping up all over the country.
So you’ve been noticing people with vape pens and you’re wondering if you’re missing out. With 10.8 million adults in the U.S. vaping, vape pens are now highly accessible and come in a plethora of shapes and sizes.
While over half of Americans have smoked marijuana at least once, that still leaves a large percentage who have yet to try it.
According to the most recent data, approximately 37 million Americans consumed cannabis in 2017. As more states begin to legalize cannabis for medical and recreational uses, that number is sure to rise.
You’ve been hearing things about another chemical from the hemp plant “CBD” lately. People are touting it as the all-healer and we don’t disagree.
With more and more states legalizing cannabis throughout the country, there’s been a significant uptick in the number of people using cannabis and cannabis products on a regular basis.