Marijuana Overdose?

There was some really unfortunate news early last week, about an 11-month-old child that was rushed to the emergency room, but did not survive. Our condolences to family. It was determined that the child had consumed some cannabis. The boy had suffered a seizure, and went into cardiac arrest and died. As is often the case, reporters try to find […] Read More

Upcoming Music Festivals

3 Upcoming Music Festivals The holidays are coming up and it’s time to get out and celebrate whatever it is you celebrate. What better way to get in the spirit than checking out a music festival with friends? Here are three big upcoming events that you might be interested in attending. Dreamstate Socal November 24 & 25, 2017 NOS […] Read More

Can Marijuana Help Prevent or Treat Diabetes?

More than 29 million people in the United States are affected by Diabetes. Another estimated 8 million cases go undiagnosed. Each year in the US, more than one million new cases of diabetes are diagnosed. One in every ten adults 20 years old or older has diabetes. Diabetes can be a debilitating and life-threatening. Diabetics actually have to deal with […] Read More

Pot Wins Another Election

Remember last year this time when marijuana won the election? That was awesome, right? Nine states passed marijuana legislation that day—the same day as one of the most infamous presidential elections in history. This year, election day came and went with a lot less fanfare and controversy, but we’re happy to inform you, in case you weren’t paying attention, that, […] Read More

California Cannabis Law Confusion

Questions Linger as Recreational Marijuana Launch Approaches California’s recreational cannabis program will be launching in January, come hell or high water. Both may be possible considering the brewing storm. For starters, there’s the sales tax debacle. Sales taxes are scheduled to rise as much as 70% in some places—including L.A. Higher prices are expected to help black market sellers remain […] Read More

California Marijuana Taxes Adding Up To Higher Prices

They say the only 2 things that are sure in life are death and taxes. And sure as shake, California’s pot market is no exception. The California Tax Man is coming for marijuana producers and buyers. Officials at the state and local level are eager to cash in on the potential $1 billion in annual sales. Come January, pot prices […] Read More

Corona Gets a Whole New Latitude

Imagine chilling out on a beach with an ice-cold Corona Extra, but instead of beer, you’re drinking a Corona Cannabeer. How cool is that? It’s coming… Corona beer is famous for its relaxed vibe and its advice to “get a whole new latitude.” Their advertising depicts vacationers power chilling in a beach chair with an ice cold bottle of Corona […] Read More

Sex and Marijuana

The jury’s still out on rock & roll. But the link between sex and at least one drug, marijuana, has been confirmed. In a first of its kind survey of more than 50,000 Americans ages 25-45, investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine are suggesting that, despite concerns among physicians and scientists that frequent marijuana use may impair sexual […] Read More

Keeping Kids Safe

As cannabis continues to become more mainstream throughout the world, the danger that it will get into the hands of children increases. Whether you use marijuana medicinally or recreationally and children in the house, it’s imperative to keep your stash in a childproof container; somewhere out of reach. Since children are small, they’re much more prone to suffering from serious […] Read More

These 3 States Will Be Rocking Rec in 2018

These 3 States Will Be Rocking Rec In 2018 Three states will be taking their place amongst the ranks of those five which have thumbed their collective noses at Federal Prohibition. States already rocking rec include Colorado, Nevada, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon. The three newcomers all approved legalization for adult use of recreational marijuana in referendum votes in November 2016. […] Read More