High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Marijuana Allergies Are A Growing Problem

As much as we'd like to believe otherwise, it's entirely possible for a person to be allergic to pot. Just like pollen, grass and ragweed, marijuana can trigger allergic reactions in certain people, and according to a new study, it's a growing problem.

Is It Possible to Be Allergic to Marijuana? Science Says Yes

Anyone who suffers from springtime allergies knows the misery of battling it out with pollen, grasses and ragweed, but there is one other culprit the sneezing and wheezing stoners of the world may have failed to consider: marijuana.


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