Asthma runs in my family, and growing up working-class in the inner city — pollution, roaches, and asbestos in public schools — didn’t help my lungs as a child. My respiratory issues could be worse, but they’re bad enough to get in the way of some of my favorite athletic pursuits like hiking and cycling. […]

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Making your own edible cannabis products in the kitchen can sound like a daunting project if you’ve never tried it before. Yes, cannabutter and related products can take a little time to master —but there are more recipes available than ever before, and a host of kitchen gadgets that can help everyone from total novices […]

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The next wave of cannabis products in Canada will be taxed by THC-content according to the federal government’s 2019 Budget. Coming into effect on May 1, edibles, extracts, and topicals will be subject to excise duties at a proposed rate of one cent per milligram of total THC. Under the current tax system, dried cannabis […]

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Arts Exhibits TODAY, April 20 ADVERTISING NIUHI-SHARK Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo When: Regular center hours through Friday Details: Exhibition honors Kamehameha the Great in paint and prose with original paintings created by Carl F.K. Pao paired with selections from the book “Kamehameha – The Rise of a King” by Kawika […]

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Blockchain is undoubtedly a brilliant structure created by a famous person or group of people known under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The question is, what is blockchain? What is blockchain in simple words and why it is needed The term “blockchain” is made up of two equivalent words block and chain, the literal translation of […]

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A report last year from BDS Analytics and Arcview Market Research showed that cannabis concentrate sales were far greater than both flower and edibles within legal markets in the United States. This market segment is booming and doesn’t show a sign of slowing down anytime soon. Concentrate sales have been estimated to reach $8 billion […]

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The United States has come a long way since the days of “Reefer Madness,” with 10 states legalizing the recreational use of marijuana and several more working toward the same goal — including New York. While marijuana remains illegal on the federal, state and local levels (despite what your nose may tell you on a […]

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Penny Ellis co-founder of Santa Cruz’s open farm tours brought customers and farmers together five years ago with the venture in cannabis. It’s because of the undaunted passion she landed herself altogether into a new field of cannabis tours. Although she admits being a beginner in the marijuana industry but she is aware that techniques […]

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We’ve come a long way from the apple pipes of our youth. These days, there are a million and one ways to consume cannabis, which means it’s one of the most gear-intensive hobbies there is. As such, we hit up three experts to find out which gear is worth adding to your arsenal. Abdullah Saeed […]

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Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) Weed WeekWhether you’re a seasoned smoker or a first-timer at the dispensary, we’ve got everything you need to hack your high.   A brief list of things you shouldn’t do while high: drive, online shop, watch any Pixar film, Venmo a friend, give advice—but what about running or lifting weights? While […]

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click to enlarge Times are weird for CBD, the increasingly popular, non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant, which can be used to relieve pain, anxiety, seizures, and, perhaps, other ailments. Just a few years ago, most people hadn’t even heard of it, but now, even though it’s still of uncertain legality both nationally and in […]

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­­­­Vancouver native and self-taught chef Travis Petersen is getting creative in the kitchen. Petersen, who has been travelling across Canada and cooking with cannabis infusions for the past year, estimates that he’s cooked for 2,000-plus people during that time. It may not be what most readily comes to mind when talking cooking, though then again, […]

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