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Brittney Griner, an American professional basketball player, was sentenced to nine years in a Russian penal colony for possession of a vaporizer cartridge containing extracted cannabis oil. The post The Russian Cannabis Sentencing of Brittney Griner appeared first on Cannabis News and Culture Magazine. Source link

This week’s crossword puzzle is all about celebrities who smoke cannabis. The questions are pretty simple; you fill in the blank. But, if you get stuck, you can plug the question into Google and the associated person will come up. Some of these pot loving celebrities are fairly obvious but others might surprise you. Blow …

Health Canada has reviewed cannabidiol (CBD) and deemed it “safe and tolerable” for short-term use. Health Canada’s report looked at dosages ranging from 20 milligrams to up to 200 mg per day. As of now, all CBD products must go through a heavily regulated cannabis supply chain. One can only sell CBD in cannabis stores. …

Competition in the rolling paper industry is stiff. Companies have designed and produced paper for smoking since the 1700s. Machines still pump out, interweave, and stack sheets of paper. More recently, the rolling paper industry is driven by hemp and convenience, albeit cones are seldomly infused with hemp-derived terpenes. Falling behind without hemp Hemp was …

Does cannabis lower your IQ? According to a recent study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, the answer is yes. According to the research, if you consume from childhood to midlife, your IQ lowers by 5.5 points. You also have memory and attention problems. But how accurate are these findings? Conflicting Studies Many studies …

If the US government legalizes cannabis federally, they’ll face the same public health problems Canada did. Namely, busybody bureaucrats demanding to control the nuances of how you consume your cannabis. It’s like the adage about kids who become lifeguards. Some become lifeguards because they want to help protect and save lives. Others become lifeguards because they want …

It seems simple; Oxford defines extraction as “the act or process of removing or obtaining something from something else.” And rosin is a cannabis concentrate made using heat and pressure. But rosin falls into the extract category while hash is a separation for reasons not found in the lay dictionary. A chemistry textbook instead defines …

According to a new study published in Lancet Psychiatry, the answer to the question “is cannabis addictive” is an astounding yes. The authors claim that people who use cannabis with higher concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, are more likely to have an addiction and mental health issues. But how much of this is a chicken …

A study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports documented the release of toxins from a tattoo pigment. Irradiation from laser removal or heat forces the substance to break down. But the dye that releases hydrogen cyanide is also an inert ingredient in specific pesticide formulations. Ovens do not reach the temperature required to break down the …

Oh, trivia…such fun isn’t it? Who doesn’t enjoy a good game? It’s a great way to learn some random facts and get credit for the ones you already know. Without being said, let’s get to it! This is a cannabis trivia crossword puzzle. The questions come from categories such as history, culture, law and science. …