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Colorado Medical Cannabis Lawsuit Seeks Local Patients to Fight Cruel Plant Restrictions

Colorado Medical Cannabis Lawsuit Seeks Local Patients to Fight Cruel Plant Restrictions

by Bridget Seritt Media coverage of Colorado’s quasi-legalization has led to the impression that its citizens have safe, affordable access to medical cannabis everywhere in the state.  Sensationalist stories about funding schools, scholarships, and homeless-aid programs have made international news.  What isn’t being told are the stories of patients still being persecuted, prohibition seeping back […]

Upcoming Cannabis, Psychedelic and Reform Events

Upcoming Cannabis, Psychedelic and Reform Events

MY JOURNEY: From Fibromyalgia Patient to Medicinal Cannabis Advocate Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 6-9 PM Yak and Yeti Restaurant at 9755 E Hampden Ave., Denver, CO Teri Robnett (aka Rx MaryJane), Founder and Executive Director of Cannabis Patients Alliance, marks 29-years with fibromyalgia. This is a rare opportunity to hear directly from Teri about her personal experience […]

4th Annual Mother’s High Tea October 10, 2016 in Denver Colorado

4th Annual Mother’s High Tea October 10, 2016 in Denver Colorado

The Fourth Annual Mother’s High Tea presented by 4 & 20 Blackbirds, an event production company led by Cannabis Maven Susan Squibb that will take place Monday, October 10, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. BUY TICKETS: CLICK HERE! Mother’s High Tea is an elegant tea party honoring and celebrating women and mothers in the cannabis industry. Attendees wear nice tea attire and come for the […]

Messing with Cannabinoid Receptors Can be Fatal

Messing with Cannabinoid Receptors Can be Fatal

In January, the University Hospital of Rennes in France released a statement indicating that one person had died and five others were hospitalized following a drug trial. In the weeks that have followed, it has been discovered that the drug being tested was designed to block necessary processes in the human Endocannabinoid Signaling (ECS) system. […]

Poem: Civil Disobedience

Poem: Civil Disobedience

Because symbols have power a woman refused to give up her seat, laborers walked 24 days to refuse to pay a tax, a woman starved herself while incarcerated for demanding a voice, untold thousands took to the streets, proudly refusing to be invisible or silent anymore, and a woman climbed a flagpole.   Because symbols […]

How Marijuana Helps People With Cancer

How Marijuana Helps People With Cancer

There is a lot of exaggerated rhetoric in the cannabis world surrounding cannabis and cancer. Some people will go so far as to claim that cannabis and cannabis alone can and will kill all forms of cancer, despite the stage of the cancer’s progression and the type of cancer. Even a cursory review of information […]

Helping the Homeless and People in Need Feeds the Good in Everyone

Helping the Homeless and People in Need Feeds the Good in Everyone

With an estimated 7.9 million unemployed and over 500,000 homeless in the U.S., we are seeing an immense amount of our population in desperate need for basic necessities. Sometimes, we feel pressure when we are walking down the street or stopped at a light and people in are obvious need or asking for some kind […]

Will 2016 Be the Year of Weed and Women?

Will 2016 Be the Year of Weed and Women?

As 2015 drew to a close, many of us did what we do each year at this time: reflect on the changes to our culture and personal lives that happened over the last year. 2015 was surprising in a lot of ways. It saw real, if biased, mainstream media attention focused on police brutality and […]

#Love4Liberty: 5-Year-Old Victim of DIPG, Never to be Forgotten

#Love4Liberty: 5-Year-Old Victim of DIPG, Never to be Forgotten

Early in August of 2015, Liberty Maya Arnold-Simon was excitedly preparing for her first real year of school. She was looking forward to going to Girl Scout meetings and celebrating her fifth birthday on August 22nd. In a cruel, unpredictable twist of fate, Liberty fell terribly ill only a few days after her birthday was […]

Oakland California: Shades of Green Series Presented by Supernova Women

Oakland California: Shades of Green Series Presented by Supernova Women

Supernova Women is pleased to present a FREE seminar ‘Shades of Green’ for the people of color (POC) community focused on subjects relating to medical cannabis, legalization, and prison reform. The evening was created in response to the clear need for involvement of communities of color in the legislative efforts regarding cannabis and how to participate […]