Many people new to cannabis – and even those in the know – are often confused about cannabis topicals and frequently ask one particular question: “Do topicals get you high?” Click here to understand the ins and outs of cannabis topicals and how they can be used to their full potential.
With cannabis legalization heating up across the country, many are wondering how much of an impact it could have on the 2020 Presidential elections. Cannabis is undoubtedly part of the conversation, however, several other major concerns may push cannabis back down the list for candidates and many voters.
In general, there are three ways of collecting kief without the use of solvents: shake it off, freeze it off, or force through a screen to be caught in some form of reservoir. Take a look below to learn more and start collecting that precious kief!
When Canada legalized the use of cannabis, edibles and concentrates were omitted from participating. With the ban on edibles and concentrates set to lift October 2019, Health Canada released the framework of the rules that some have dubbed Cannabis 2.0. Let’s unpack the situation and better understand what Canada’s Cannabis 2.0 is set to look like.
A common cannabis culture urban legend states that coughing after consuming a hit of cannabis will help you get more high, however, this might not exactly be the case. Let’s take a look at what happens when you combine coughing, or in some instances not coughing, and THC.
We can all agree bongs are pretty great because they allow for bigger, quicker, more flavorful, rips. But maintenance can often get forgotten for long periods of times. Find out why cleaning your bong and keeping it filled with fresh water are both necessary tasks to maintain a healthy smoke session.
A slow curing process is often the difference between unpalatable, unhealthy weed and premium bud. But how long should cannabis be cured? Click to dive deeper into the fundamentals of curing marijuana.