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Are You a Cannabis Addict?
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, over 11 million people between the ages of 18 and 25 got high smoking weed in 2015. During the years since then, not only has marijuana become legal in more areas, but the usage of the herb is also more widely accepted. Of all the “illegal” drugs—because it is still illegal in many states, even medicinally—it is used the most often. This is a no judgment zone on that account, as there are both pros and cons of marijuana legalization. However, the mistake is in believing that because it's a recreational drug and addiction rates are incredibly low, it cannot be addictive at all. While addiction to marijuana is rare, the truth is simple: If you've ever stopped to ask yourself, “Self, are you a cannabis addict?” The chances that you have a problem (and you, yourself, probably) are high.
How Cannabis Culture Will Change After Legalization
The fascinating world of cannabis is coming out from the underground. It's taken a while for us to get from Reefer Madness to legalization initiatives that are currently taking place in parts of America. This is a significant change, and it's one that will affect every taxpayer in the United States.
How to Treat Psoriasis with Cannabis
With the legalization of recreational and medical marijuana recently added to the docket for multiple states across the nation, cannabis seems to be everywhere. While many against legalization preach the harmfulness of the drug, medical studies have shown that marijuana is highly effective at treating a wide variety of previously incurable mental and physical illnesses, including post-traumatic stress disorder, Alzheimer's disease, Crohn's disease, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis, showing why weed should be legalized.
How to Hide Your High Around Other People
The stoner generation is upon us, growing day by day and toke by toke. As of 2018, a total of 29 states passed a ballot to legalize the use of medical marijuana. Within these rules are possession limits which are as follows: 1 ounce of marijuana, 6 plants per household, and up to 1 ounce of hash and concentrates. To all cannabis users, this is a dream. You can now relax after a hard day of work and smoke a joint or two on your couch, or by the pool, or with your friends without the paranoia of getting caught.
5 Cannabis Museums You Must Visit if You Love Weed
People may not think so, but there's a ton that revolves around weed. From the history to the art, the process, and everything in between, only those who truly enjoy cannabis can see from this perspective. And for the people who are willing to look deeper and view the artistic side of cannabis, there's a special place just for them... cannabis museums!
How To Make Marijuana Baked Potatoes
Baked potatoes are the perfect side to a steak, hamburger, or even seafood. The entire family can enjoy this hardy starch with butter, sour cream, and chives. Baked potatoes are easy to make, appetizing, and a wonderful addition to a filling meal.
How To Make Cannabis Quiche
Quiche is a French dish that was more popular in the 1970s than it is now, but you may have had this breakfast entrée before. Usually featuring cheese, veggies, and meat, quiche incorporates all of your favorite breakfast items into one. This recipe will show you how to make a quiche that may have something in common with the 1970s—and that is marijuana.
How To Make Rastafarian Red Velvet Cake
Red velvet cake is best known for its striking color. Usually a deep shade of red, this chocolate cake is both beautiful and scrumptious. While traditional red velvet is made with beetroot, modern bakers oftentimes replace the finicky ingredient with red food coloring. The fluffy cake not only looks great, but it tastes great too—especially with a rich cream cheese frosting!