In August 2017, Canadian Sheriann Baker was diagnosed with stage 2 terminal Oligodendroglioma brain cancer.
As an election issue competing against the immediacy of a global pandemic, an economic crisis, and a renegade in the White House, the legalization of marijuana was always likely to be something of a slow burn.
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This article is part of an ongoing series in collaboration with Kevin Jodrey to give the world a glimpse of the cultivation knowledge incubated in the hills of Humboldt County, California. Jodrey is an internationally respected cultivator and propagator, and he currently runs Ganjier Farms and Wonderland Nursery in Southern Humboldt.
It’s all too easy to take our lives for granted. Many of us live our lives in a perpetual bustle, moving from one day to the next without much time to think about what’s important and always thinking about the things we would like to do if we could only find the time.
Mankind strives to make the most of what is given to us by the natural world, from building materials to our daily sustenance, yet we sometimes neglect to realize how much we take our environment for granted.
The early decades of the twenty-first century have witnessed much change in the way cannabis is grown, consumed, and perceived by the general populace.
Many home growers routinely produce tents full of killer home grown cannabis.
Medical cannabis production in Australia is hinging upon generous grants and donations from some of the nation’s most wealthy.
New Zealand has voted to legalise euthanasia, but looks set to reject a legal bid to allow the recreational use of marijuana.