There are a variety of new THC-infused “Wake & Bake” coffee and tea products emerging onto the marijuana marketplace.
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Should marijuana be administered to assist with pain relief to help ease suffering during hospice and palliative care?
As a professional cannabis chef and artisanal food designer for Cheffettes, I began to contemplate the potential virtues of infusing my cooking butters and oils with cannabis using the sous vide technique.
As cannabis legalization efforts gain momentum, every effort should be made to package marijuana products in child-resistant packaging to keep them away from curious little hands.
In her cookbook, Toklas wittily explained that upon eating her marijuana confections, one would experience, “Euphoria and brilliant storms of laughter; ecstatic reveries and extensions of one’s personality on several simultaneous planes are to be complacently expected.”
Through her teaching position at the Art Center College of Design, Ophelia Chong is intimately familiar with marijuana’s quiet yet omnipresent role in the creative arts world.
If an established brand has protected itself with registered trademarks, what are the repercussions for a marijuana edibles startup that attempts to gain instant market recognition by mimicking an established trade name, logo or package design?
Adults now have easy access to potent and pungent marijuana and evidently man’s best friend is right on the owner’s heels.
If scientific research is not keeping pace with the new mindset of pet owners and animal advocates, are Americans running afoul of federal drugs laws by treating their pets with cannabis-based medicines?
We share nearly every aspect of our lives with our pets. So, it begs the question:
Why not share our medical marijuana with our ailing animals?
Isaac Lappert has a proud family legacy, the narrative of his immigrant grandfather’s bootstrapping work ethic and successful enterprises are legendary in the historic bayside town of Sausalito, California.
Just minutes from the congested intersection of Westwood and Wilshire Boulevards near the convergence of the Santa Monica and 405 freeways, sits a surprisingly quaint neighborhood.
The port city of Seattle is rife with dilapidated buildings, which gives it a unique industrial funk in stark contrast to the gleaming tech hub high-rises.
On the surface, the recent High Times Cannabis Cup in Seattle appeared to be one big counter culture smoke fest for “Free the Weed!” enthusiasts. With reggae music pumping and Twitter ablaze with photos of cannabis dabbing Millennials blowing psychotropic smoke rings, there were clusters of grizzled gray beards and former hippies now eligible for AARP discounts.