Navajo County posted a surprising photo to their Facebook on Friday showing a bright purple sky over Snowflake, Arizona. The landscape, with shades of pink and purple across clouds in the sky and a blanket of white snow on the ground, looks more like a video game than real life. The hue is thanks to lights from nearby marijuana farm Copperstate Farms. It was visible for miles, according to the post. “The purple glow is
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January 7, 2020

Rolling a Joint Isn’t What It Used To Be

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Twisting one up may be giving way to packing a fatty. Cones are gaining in popularity among cannabis consumers. The reason is likely how easy they are to fill and smoke. It’s really hard to mess up a cone. No licking involved (sorry). You just grind, scoop and pack. But Nurse Colleen adds another little surprise. Some of us like a little more THC in our flower and the best way to add it is
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Move over CBD and THC, new cannabinoids are on the way. A study published by Nature.com has revealed the discovery of two previously unknown cannabinoids, now named THCP and CBDP. In tests on mice, researchers found that THCP demonstrated “an affinity for CB1 receptor more than thirty-fold higher compared to the one reported for THC,” making it much stronger than THC. Although researchers have so far identified around 150 cannabinoids in cannabis, the majority of
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January 6, 2020

How Long Does Weed Stay In Your System?

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An age-old question for many cannabis consumers has been, how long does cannabis stay in my system? There are several different answers to this question, and no one answer is right or wrong.  How Long Does Weed stay in the System of an Athlete?The short answer for “how long does weed stay in my blood” is anywhere between 10 to 30 days. Many different factors determine how long cannabis will stay in your system. The More
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Drs. Lawrence Loh and Jasleen Grewal of the University of Toronto are calling on doctors to advise people against making their own edibles or using illicit products, over fears they may contain too much weed; individuals could be poisoned by pesticide residues; or accidentally consume other drugs, such as narcotics, that illicit products could be contaminated with.  Doctors Loh and Grewal are also concerned that some people may be unaware that it can take longer for the
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