President Donald Trump has plans stop the opioid epidemic, but surprisingly, it does not involve the only solution: Cannabis. Trump released an executive order months ago laying out a plan to create a commission dedicated to addressing the country’s opioid crisis. He cracked down on October 26, ordering the Department of Health and Human Services to declare the crisis a public health emergency. However, despite this national emergency, which is exactly what it is, Trump…"Legalizing Marijuana Only Option for White House to Fight Opioids"
The hottest topic at the moment in America is marijuana legalization. It is a huge phenomenon that is disrupting a number of industries. Marijuana is still illegal at the Federal level and it has been left up to individual states to decide whether or not they want to legalize. The result of this is that 8 states have currently legalizedrecreational marijuana. These states are Colorado, Nevada, Washington, Massachusetts, Alaska, Oregon, Maine and California. 29 states…"Eastern Maine Town to Consider Marijuana Ban"
Everyone knows that weed is ideal for putting people to sleep. Indica varieties in particular are highly effective at quieting the mind and sending people off to a deep slumber. But aside from simply easing insomnia and a number of other conditions, weed actually has a number of other effects on sleep. Recent research on sleep and marijuana explains some of the effects as well as why marijuana affects sleep the way that it does.…"How does Consuming Weed Affect your Sleep?"
There is a common preconception that the legalization of weed would result in a rise in the price of marijuana. This is because of all the associated taxes and regulatory procedures that would have to be complied with once legalization took place. Though this belief is widespread nothing could be further from the truth. Prohibition always makes prices of anything shoot through the roof. It limits the number of producers a hundred fold and the…"Legal Weed is Cheaper Weed"