Opioid addiction is one of the major drug epidemics in U.S. history. In 2015 alone, approximately 33,000 people died of opioid overdoses. And between 1999 and 2014, nearly 200,000 Americans
Outdoor growing is lauded for its ease of maintenance (just let the sun, wind, and rain do all the work!) and unique flavors. Given the right conditions, outdoor-grown cannabis can
A new, highly anticipated clinical trial in medical marijuana treatments against severe epileptic diseases such as Dravet Syndrome is slated to begin enrolling in early 2017. Tilray, one of Canada’s
On December 1, 2016, a group of about 200 wine and cannabis enthusiasts gathered at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds to discuss the possibility of a future partnership between the two
Proposition 64 moves to enact a law that goes beyond mere legalization of cultivation, possession, and use of nonmedical marijuana. Prop 64 outlines a system with designated state agencies to
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.
President Donald Trump’s recent nomination of Alabama Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III for U.S. Attorney General has the pro-cannabis community shaken over what they should expect from the federal government
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