Sure, the commercial may be a bit silly, but it effectively conveys the company's message and definitely held our attention! Check it out!
Colombians made history March 8, as tens of thousands took to the streets in cities and towns nationwide—joined by Colombian ex-pats and immigrants in the US, Canada, Europe and elsewhere—to show their support for peace talks between the government and FA...
Onerous new regulations in Colorado will require cannabis-infused edibles to be identified as containing pot even when removed from their packaging.
Recent statistics indicate the majority of Americans support the legalization of marijuana. The latest poll conducted by the General Social Survey shows, for the first time in nearly 40 years, the consensus sides with allowing adults to use marijuana without fear of legal...
States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado said Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighboring states that have asked the nation's highest court to shut down Colorado's pot law. Colorado argued that blocking recreationa...
A shocking new report alleges that DEA agents assigned to overseas operations utilized government-funded quarters to throw "sex parties" with hookers that were paid for by local drug cartels.
Claiming that "normal taste tests are so, so boring," a Dutch coffee company has released a video in which people get high and then taste-test coffee.
Each week, our cultivation editor, Nico Escondido answers your marijuana-growing questions. This week, it's all about Ruderalis.
Welcome to Baked Science, a new series of cannabis-infused edible reviews featuring test results from SC Labs. In this first installment, we review Kief Bagel Chips!
Fifty-two percent of Americans believe that cannabis should be legal—a big 9 percent jump in support since 2012. This is the first time since the question was first asked in 1975 that the survey has found supporters to be in the majority.
Trichomes, those little tiny crystal-like hairs that cover the buds, hold all the good stuff. The different methods of hashmaking focus on isolating these sticky little parts of the cannabis plant because they house the majority of its resin.