Decriminalization and Legalization: Understanding the Difference

As the United States reaches a point where over 75% of Americans have access to medical cannabis and over 20% have access to recreational cannabis, understanding the difference between decriminalization

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Cannabis Terms

For patients new and old, the cannabis lingo can be quite intimidating. Whether you have been medicating for years or are a new patient, it’s good to know the various

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Indoor Growing: Precision, Control, and Reproducibility

Indoor growing involves a closed environment within which a grower can control every aspect of the growing conditions. This means complete and precise control of elements such as temperature, humidity,

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Taking Care of Your Cannabis: Preserving Potency and Preventing Pests

Freshly dried and cured cannabis flowers won’t stay fresh forever, but there are definitely some things you can do to keep them from going bad too quickly. The big culprits

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Taking Care of Your Pipe: A Guide to Glass Maintenance

Whether you’ve got a collection of pipes that you’re constantly curating or a single, trusty pipe you’ve had for years, glass maintenance is an oft-ignored part of cannabis use that is

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Does Freezing Cannabis Help it Keep Longer?

As anyone who keeps a surplus of cannabis handy knows, your supply will keep longer if the proper precautions are taken. Protecting your cannabis from humidity, light exposure, and mold

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Indoor Growing, Outdoor Growing, and Everything in Between: Different Approaches to Cannabis Cultivation

Many compare growing cannabis to the way that grapes are grown for fine wine. There are schools of thought which champion the highly nuanced control that indoor cultivation affords growers.

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  There are hundreds of pathogens that can affect cannabis plants. They can come in the form of diseases, bacteria, mold, and fungus, and can cause irreparable harm to a

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Strain Analysis: Sweet Tart

Sweet Tart is a powerful THC-heavy strain that relies on its interactions with the other constituents of the strain for its balanced and highly effective use. Strains that have over

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Cannabis Subspecies: Sativa vs Indica vs Ruderalis

Historically, there have been three subspecies of cannabis recognized culturally—C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis, subspecies of the cannabis plant which are separated based on a varying set of

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