Mary Jane “MJ” Oatman is the Founder of THC Magazine, “Tribal Hemp & Cannabis,” a publication focusing on Hemp and Cannabis freedoms of Indigenous people on tribal land in the U.S. And, yes, Mary Jane is her given birth name. Mary Jane Oatman Representing Indigenous People and their Relationship to Cannabis on Tribal Lands in America.
Grace Elisea, the owner of the Cabo Cannabis Company, located in downtown Cabo San Lucas, just celebrated her first anniversary of having a retail shop.
Sailene Ossman’s list of entrepreneurial projects within the cannabis space reads like a fine-tuned map on her journey in educating herself and others on the benefits of cannabis as a beneficial and spiritually guided tool in the kit of transformative processes.
Patients-turned-advocates can make the most difference in educating at the local level. Often, they educate and influence legislators who can help change laws. When someone is helped with cannabis, they are often compelled to share what they’ve learned with others.
The once-called “drug” is improving the lives of cerebral palsy patients, we need to ditch the stereotypes and seize the opportunity, writes medical cannabis patient, Darren*.
The dosing and supply caps came nearly six years after Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment broadly legalizing medical marijuana and more than three years after the state legislature authorized smokable marijuana.
DECRIMINALISING cannabis could be considered as part of a wider substance-abuse strategy, according to the Home Affairs Minister.
Sisters, Michelle and Lauren Hackett, were born into food farming, raised in the Salinas Valley, located in Central California, south of San Francisco.
More people in the U.S. are now smoking marijuana than cigarettes, according to a Gallup poll.
Democratic Senate hopeful John Fetterman is calling on President Joe Biden to decriminalize marijuana before visiting Pennsylvania next week.