cannabis

Around the World in Nine Months with Ladybud Web Show Co-Host and Activist Crystal Guess

Around the World in Nine Months with Ladybud Web Show Co-Host and Activist Crystal Guess

Crystal Guess helped launch Women’s Marijuana Movement back in 2010 at the Colorado State Capitol building. Before that, she was the Managing Director for the Professional Bartending School based out of Arlington, Virginia. It is one of the largest, most prestigious bartending schools in the country.  She lived and worked in the alcohol world for years without […]

Massachusetts Cannabis Prohibitionist Tactics Steeped in Deception, Dirty Dealing, Duplicity

Massachusetts Cannabis Prohibitionist Tactics Steeped in Deception, Dirty Dealing, Duplicity

Prohibition counts on ignorance and making strange bedfellows to perpetuate the human disaster of keeping cannabis from citizens. This past week, we read a great investigative piece by Massachusetts cannabis activist and journalist Mike Crawford who works with the Boston Institute for Non-Profit Journalism about the shady behind-the-scenes dealings of various state politicians on the take […]

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 […]

Too Stoned? How to Manage Being Uncomfortably High

Too Stoned? How to Manage Being Uncomfortably High

“What do you do when you get too high?” As more and more states begin instating medical marijuana programs and adult legalization, medicating responsibly is priority number one. Safe cannabis accessibility is being addressed, and it’s important to remain adamant about dosing. Before partaking, read this article and stock up on these items to ease […]

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 […]

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 […]

Oregon Updates: Gov. Kate Brown Approves Adult Cannabis Recreational Use October 1st

Oregon Updates: Gov. Kate Brown Approves Adult Cannabis Recreational Use October 1st

After long months of drawing up regulation, Gov. Kate Brown finally signed HB 460 into action allowing current, licensed dispensaries to sell cannabis to adults starting October 1st. All adults over the age of 21 are allowed to buy up to a quarter ounce (seven grams) of flower, per purchase. Cannabis products such as: edibles, […]

Let’s Talk about Drugs: A Letter to Future Offspring

Let’s Talk about Drugs: A Letter to Future Offspring

To my dearest children Wilhelm and/or Lyra, (Yes, your names were determined prior to the remote possibility of your conception.) Let’s have a serious talk – one of the rare conversations that may leave you squirming in slight discomfort yet which are crucial for us to have. As you enter adolescence, you’ll likely encounter youth […]

Veteran: We Should Not Have to Break Laws to Find Cannabis Relief for PTSD

Veteran: We Should Not Have to Break Laws to Find Cannabis Relief for PTSD

I’m a 14 year veteran recently discharged for non-compliance to “Treatment”. I was removed from a line unit and assigned to MedHold until cleared by someone with a lot of letters and punctuation behind their name. There is no therapy or medicine provided by the military. In order for me to be compliant, I would […]