Monthly Archives: December 2013

REVIEW: Incredibles Medical Cannabis Edibles

REVIEW: Incredibles Medical Cannabis Edibles

Heaven can be found in a chocolate bar. Many people experience transcendental bliss through eating chocolate and I have experienced such bliss eating an Incredibles Boulder Bar. Boulder Bars are delicious, consistent and properly dosed.  Available at various dispensaries throughout Colorado, the bars contain cannabis infused milk chocolate with toffee and almond pieces. Each Boulder Bar […]

Dear Mrs. Obama

Dear Mrs. Obama

Dear First Lady Michelle Obama: Over the past few years of the presidency, you have made it your mission to help children, especially with their health, and this is a platform that I can get behind. I agree completely that the health of our next generation is of the utmost importance.  Where we seem to […]

Tip of the Spear: Cannabis Hemp History in the Making

Tip of the Spear: Cannabis Hemp History in the Making

Congratulations!  If you’re reading this, you’re one of the few people that actually gives an aeronautical intercourse about cannabis, hemp and it’s prohibition.  An overwhelmingly large swath of the population couldn’t care less about it.  Actually, they could care less and they will if we let them.  Fortunately, hardly a day goes by without news […]

Ten Great Gift Ideas for the Marijuana Enthusiast

Ten Great Gift Ideas for the Marijuana Enthusiast

PHOTO: Huf Plantlife Christmas stockings Searching for gift giving inspiration? Look no further! Here’s a list of ten great gifts ideas for the marijuana enthusiast in your life. Our guide includes a variety of unique gifts with diverse price-points to fit anyone’s budget. Rollaboards The “connoisseur choice” for the joint or blunt lover, Rollaboards is a […]

The Traveling Toker: Smoking Weed in Amsterdam

The Traveling Toker: Smoking Weed in Amsterdam

PHOTOS: Laura Notini Amsterdam is definitely a must-see destination for the traveling toker. The city is famous for the hundreds of coffeeshops that call it home, places where anyone over the age of 18 can purchase and consume marijuana without fear of criminal consequences. A coffeeshop is a place of community to share with old […]

The War Isn’t Over: The Wilson Family

The War Isn’t Over: The Wilson Family

PHOTOS: Joe Leggett Photography Many people seem to believe that recent cultural shifts and policy changes supporting state’s rights and the rights of medical marijuana and recreational cannabis users mean that prohibition is over. It isn’t. Especially in states that do not recognize medical marijuana, people with serious medical conditions are being victimized and made […]

Parents 4 Pot

Parents 4 Pot

Parents 4 Pot is a new organization that is quickly growing in membership. According to the group’s website, “Parents 4 Pot is a dedicated voice for all families who support the end of hemp and cannabis prohibition.” Through direct action campaigns and community education projects, the group is working to eliminate the social stigma surrounding […]

Why Isn’t Marijuana Used to Treat Eating Disorders?

Why Isn’t Marijuana Used to Treat Eating Disorders?

PHOTO: Goldilock Photography At least 24 million Americans of all ages and genders are currently suffering from an eating disorder, and research shows that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of ANY mental illness. In light of these statistics, it amazes me that eating disorders are often still not considered a “qualifying condition” under […]

Catching Up With Drug War Activist Diane Wattles Goldstein

Catching Up With Drug War Activist Diane Wattles Goldstein

Diane Goldstein, a frequent contributor to Ladybud Magazine and The Huffington Post, as well a well-respected speaker and lecturer on Drug Policy Reform, sat down with LB’s Publisher Diane Fornbacher to talk about some current world events about drug legalization, the many groups with whom she works, her favorite sources of news, and much more.  Traveling all […]

The Empty Chair at The Holiday Table

The Empty Chair at The Holiday Table

As part of my work with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) I have met many activist women that have helped me channel my loss into something that is both constructive and meaningful. This work is both selfish and altruistic, as it has helped me transform my pain into action. I have written previously concerning the […]