Rolling Papers Rolling papers have a long and complicated history, as many coveted and historically sought after luxuries often do. You don’t have to look far to unearth a debate on the origin of rolling papers or how rolling paper booklets came to be. A quest to unearth the truth has been a treasure hunt […]

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The Sunshine State just got a whole lot sunnier for medical marijuana activists. Florida voters have passed Amendment 2 – the medical marijuana legalization initiative, according to Politico. That means patients with cancer, AIDS, epilepsy, PTSD or other conditions will soon be able to legally use cannabis medicinally.  This is Florida’s second chance at legalization. […]

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CMT Lab team One of the worst stigmas associated with the cannabis industry is the idea that walking into a dispensary is no different than heading to your neighborhood dealer. After all, a bud is a bud, right? Wrong. In a legal market, cannabis is a far cry from street weed. Not only is it […]

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The public may be used to seeing ice cream carts or beer carts at events on hot summer days, but not carts selling illicit substances. Police in Victoria, British Columbia, say they arrested a man pedaling a marijuana cart that was decorated with the name “420 Delivery” in large type on the sides. Officers noticed […]

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Cannabis Delivery Rewritten With The MBox Large books can be intimidating in their thickness, the big ideas within them can be hard to swallow. Don’t let the MBox fool you though—it’s more of a page burner than a page turner. We didn’t know what the MBox was when it first arrived. Impeccably wrapped and stamped […]

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It is not uncommon to walk into a gallery and view pieces that were created in honor of or while the artist was in an altered state. When you walk through the doors of the Oakland Museum of California’s exhibit Altered State, the first thing that greets you are four budding “The White” cannabis plants […]

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Looking beyond associated stereotypes and political agendas, the plant itself is purely beautiful. From the cornucopia of colors to the stacks of resin laden buds that glisten with the swaying breeze, cannabis represents so much through its simple elegance. It’s no wonder humans were attracted to it long before present-day discussions regarding seizure treatment and […]

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The Drug Enforcement Administration announced this morning that marijuana will remain a Schedule I substance—continuing its classification alongside drugs such as heroin and dismissing the plant’s medicinal value. According to the DEA, marijuana maintaining this classification means it has, “No currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse”. While the DEA remains stagnant […]

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