The first weed this writer smoked in 1975 was undoubtedly smuggled up from Tijuana, making its way north to my hometown of Redondo Beach. Thanks to my limbic system, linking scent to memory, I can still taste that flavor from time to time when I partake of Mexico’s weed grown in the valleys of Baja California today.
Patricia Patton, Founder, Cannabis Business Alliance. This CannaBoomer speaks to the older generation about cannabis.
Irene Villanueva, Post-Harvest Director, The Source, Nevada: Breaking through the grass ceiling of the corporate grow op.
Katie Stem and Kate Black met through mutual friends on the banks of the Umpqua River in Washington State.
The agriculture domain in Israel has always been a source of national pride for many years, but over the past two decades, there has been a significant decline in the industry’s profitability and prestige.
About a year ago, I was talking to the guy behind herbclub.org and one of his supportive friends, Herbies, about how they came to build a site dedicated to connecting cannabis enthusiasts and he mentioned his personal experiences with cannabis as medicine in the treatment of your brain injury.
Did you know that 5% of the world’s population carry the trait genes that contribute to hemoglobin disorders like sickle-cell disease?
Cannabis: A Primer — Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Flavonoids and Esters and the Endocannabidome, By Fred Delisio
Cannabis is such a complex plant, producing over 450+ chemical compounds, in widely varying ratios of each individual compound, that it may take lifetimes of study to unravel the complexities of how it addresses so many issues in the human body.
The idea of adding cannabis to your investment portfolio may seem far-fetched. But this once frowned-upon commodity is fast becoming a viable asset for long-term sustainable wealth creation.
Power Plant has always had an air of mystery so far as many cannabis breeders are concerned. The genetics were originally released by Dutch Passion back in the 1990’s yet Power Plant is still found in the coffee shops today where it is sometimes called ‘PPP’ or Pure Power Plant.