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Revolutionary industry developments in cannabis culture.

  • Aunt Mary
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Travel With Weed

    How to Travel With Weed

    Traveling with weed is actually easier today then it was in the late 20th century. Technology has certainly played a part, but attitudes at security checks have eased as regards to weed. The combination of the legalization movement's successes in conjunction with a security force more concerned with weapons than weed, has made for a more accommodating environment for weekend travelers. There are a number great alternatives for traveling life stylists to stash their stash. They are at the mercy of state law when driving with weed and at the mercy of federal law when flying with weed. This is true even if the local jurisdiction you've arrived to or departed from allows cannabis consumption.
  • Potent Staff
    Published 3 years ago
    Write for Potent Today

    Write for Potent Today

    Potent has now joined the Vocal platform, letting people from all over the world contribute to the cannabis culture community.
  • Frank White
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Train a Dog to Sniff Weed

    How to Train a Dog to Sniff Weed

    The US Customs Service has intercepted hundreds of millions of dollars of marijuana each year with the super-smelling ability of specially trained dogs, who essentially think finding weed is but a game.
  • David McCleary
    Published 3 years ago
    Can You Smoke Lettuce?

    Can You Smoke Lettuce?

    Not everyone who probably would benefit from cannabis products is prepared to to do something illegal. Others have neither the time for meditation nor an appetite for abstinence. The logical solution, then, was to come up with something legal, harmless, potent and available, that would turn on the tastes of the most jaded cannabis connoisseur... Thousands of medicine men and would-be moguls have tried... and most have failed.
  • Anne St. Marie
    Published 3 years ago
    Chill Parents? Study Shows the Middle-Aged More Likely to Light Up Than Teens

    Chill Parents? Study Shows the Middle-Aged More Likely to Light Up Than Teens

    When you think of ‘weed’ plus ‘parents’, some standard scenarios generally come to mind. Your mom showing pictures of your brain on drugs, your dad admonishing you to stay in school and avoid any use of ‘The Marijuana’. Yes, for many years the middle-aged have been the subject of some pretty powerful party-poopin’ stereotypes, while young folks these days are generally assumed to dedicate a fairly substantial amount of time to chasing whatever feels good at the moment. Popular media certainly seems to bear this out ---- while the rebellious teen of your favourite sitcom might occasionally sneak a couple of pulls on a joint, you’re not likely to see their parents clearing space in the den for a shiny new hookah.
  • Lindsie Polhemus
    Published 3 years ago
    States that Passed Marijuana Reform in 2016

    States that Passed Marijuana Reform in 2016

    Marijuana legislation was a hot issue in 2016. Ten states passed marijuana reform throughout the year. Those state include Arkansas, California, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. In this article we’re going to discuss what reforms were passed in each state and how it will likely effect the marijuana industry in those states. How will the states that passed marijuana reform in 2016 effect their neighboring states and the future of marijuana reform? But first, let’s look at the states that passed marijuana reform in 2016 and the new changes mean for residents of those states.
  • Eddie Wong
    Published 3 years ago
    From 'Reefer Madness' to Marijuana Legalization

    From 'Reefer Madness' to Marijuana Legalization

    Imagine—if you can—a social gathering of young millennials enjoying a pseudo intellectual debate while passing around the vape. Consider the affluent suburbs, where pre-rolled joints from Willie's Reserve are handed out while guests are greeted by the hosts. Think about the factory workers, truck drivers, laborers, and clerks who smoke marijuana to ease the boredom of the day. Businessmen, brokers, attorneys, and accountants score an ounce or two of quality weed from the firm's friendly dealer, be it a stock boy or another partner. Marijuana, once feared is now as much a part of our culture as much as beer and hotdogs.
  • David McCleary
    Published 3 years ago
    Why You Should Use All Natural Products to Smoke Weed

    Why You Should Use All Natural Products to Smoke Weed

    Using all natural products to indulge in your herb will make your experience all the better. Most stoners will tell you they like their smoking experience easy, sometimes quick and uncomplicated. Well, we have a better solution; you just have to trust us! With all the advanced technology related to weed, you would think it would only get better but maybe going back to the basics is an even better idea. Technology advancement did not stop in labs or your latest iPhone; now, even farmers have high tech means to grow their product. Usage of pesticides, and other added nutrients can affect the end product of the weed you eventually buy and that is why you need to read on and find out all natural products to use to make your experience fun and easy.
  • Adam Quinn
    Published 3 years ago
    Ladies of Stoner Rock on Spotify

    Ladies of Stoner Rock on Spotify

    Stoners invented heavy metal music, influenced by centuries of occult chanting witches spells and a counter culture movement that began in the early 1970s. Numerous albums covers and song lyrics hinted at the cannabis culture. Today, stoner rock bands span from the psychedelic to the hard core pounding of drums and bass into a rhythmic trip of intensity. It is the female led bands that have bound the past to the future. It is women who bind life's future to its past. It is women who lead the stoner rock evolution. The ladies of stoner rock lure us to the list of weed to smoke with your favorite leading lady.
  • Henry Kronk
    Published 3 years ago
    New Age, Activist Nuns Are Growing Cannabis

    New Age, Activist Nuns Are Growing Cannabis

    They really want the media to move on about the whole nun thing. Their mission is more important: reshaping the tarnished reputation of a plant that provides numerous health benefits. “The Cannabis plant,” writes Sister Kate in a forum post on their website, “has, against science and truth, been maligned and lied about for seventy-five years and the lights have now gone on, and it is time for everyone to know, for everyone to see. So we try to bury our indignation, when our earnings are over-stated or our mission is made to look greedy and capitalistic, because their spin is getting the conversation going.”
  • Henry Kronk
    Published 3 years ago
    The India Hemp Drugs Commission Report of 1894 Found Cannabis Totally Chill

    The India Hemp Drugs Commission Report of 1894 Found Cannabis Totally Chill

    Before Clinton extended maximum sentencing, before Reagan announced his policy of zero tolerance, before William Randolph Hearst, DuPont, Herbert Hoover and his cronies gave weed its Spanish name and illegal status to boost their market share, there was the India Hemp Drugs Commission Report. The history of government involvement in chemical research is a story as long as our millennial attention spans are short. But the report written by representatives of the British and Indian governments in 1894 marks one of the strangest and most hilarious examples of straight-laced suits getting groovy to gather government intelligence on narcotics in history.
  • Hydro Wilson
    Published 3 years ago
    Strongest Dabs

    Strongest Dabs

    The introduction of some of the strongest dabs the market's ever seen has caused a rise in the popularity of dabbing alongside vaping. While dabbing and vaping offer healthier alternatives to smoking, they tend to appeal to different aspects of the growing cannabis community. Vaping offers a discreet way of ingesting cannabis using highly concentrated oils.