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Letter to the Editor: Let’s Fight the Scourge of Tarragon

Letter to the Editor: Let’s Fight the Scourge of Tarragon

Dear Ladybud Editor: Things change so rapidly in politics.  While we suffer Cannabis Prohibition’s last pangs of rigor mortis, as a culture, we are going to need a new scapegoat.  Might I suggest Tarragon?  What an obnoxious herb. Tarragon has no place in a modern kitchen.  If you use it, you are bound to anger […]

Grow Your Own, Part One: Starting a Garden

Grow Your Own, Part One: Starting a Garden

As cannabis use becomes more accepted throughout the world, many women are often faced with the prospect of growing their own supply, rather than relying on a private dispensary or other provider. Creating an indoor garden can seem overwhelming for a first time grower; however, do not let this deter you. This article is the […]

Gardening Genius

Gardening Genius

PHOTO: Woman in Eden, framed against the Eden Project biomes There really are a million ways to be. I’ve said this before – Cat Stephens’ tune just says it all – but for me, the way to BE must be in combination with nature in some way, shape, or form. The word “amazing” can mean so […]

In Praise of Plants: A Poem

In Praise of Plants: A Poem

.   For those who fight for freedom for the plants Let’s give some fruit and vegetables a chance We detail strengths in on-line magazines And spend time touting what the research means Why not praise several other leafy greens? When Prohibition’s pinned us to the ground Remember we evolved with plants around When arguing […]

Healthy Plants: It’s In The Dirt

Healthy Plants: It’s In The Dirt

Plant health? It starts in the dirt! The health of your plants begins with the health of your soil. It is an amazing and complicated ecosystem of it’s very own. Leaves fall in the forest and (whether they make a sound or not) they are quickly consumed by the same system that pushed them out. […]