Some people will say that the holiday’s name traces back to a police code. Others, meanwhile, believe that something happened on April 20 many years ago. The origins of the so-called pot holiday “420” are — fittingly — fuzzy.
Carl’s Jr. is testing out a cannabis burger to stay at the forefront of the CBD trend.
Products containing CBD — the buzzy cannabinoid used in everything from lotions to gumdrops — will soon be showing up on the shelves of Walgreens stores across the country.
The legalization of hemp production in the United States has opened the floodgates for CBD-infused products. Now CBD is showing up in shampoos, lattes, body oils, gummy bears and even dog treats.
The creator of one of the most recognized brands of jelly beans has debuted a line of cannabis-infused sweets for candy lovers to enjoy.
On the first day of the Maryland General Assembly, lawmakers got busy pitching ideas, including how to tackle big-ticket items such as education.
On Tuesday, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission ordered ForwardGro to pay $125,000, destroy products produced before May 31 and issue refunds on certain products.
A Massachusetts family’s experience giving marijuana edibles to their dying patriarch is set to kick off a desperately needed investigation into how cannabis might treat some of the more troubling symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, a condition that affects 5.7 million Americans.
The panel governing medical cannabis in Maryland has imposed strict regulations that effectively ban advertising by marijuana companies.
As states and municipalities across the country have been legalizing marijuana use in recent years, moms who use cannabis for recreational or medical reasons are left to wonder about potentially hazards to their children.
A glass bong taller than a giraffe. Huggable faux marijuana buds. A pool full of foam weed nuggets. Las Vegas’ newest attraction — and Instagram backdrop — is a museum celebrating all things cannabis.
“The Sisters of the Valley” is a nonreligious sorority of radical feminists in Northern California farm country. The women grow cannabis and sell products for various ailments including insomnia, arthritis and anxiety.
More than 200 cases of synthetic drug overdoses were reported just last week, including 80 on Friday alone. D.C. officials are blaming a potentially fatal of ‘K2,’ a dangerous form of imitation cannabis.
Like many myths, though, Washington’s connections to cannabis are not invented out of whole cloth. Washington did indeed grow industrial hemp on his Mount Vernon estate.
Cannabis technology company American Green, which bought Nipton for $5 million last year, has sold it to another company for $7.7 million, acknowledging it struggled to raise the money needed to remake the old desert mining town into a pot paradise.
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