High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Poll: When Do the Munchies Set In?

We'd love to know, for scientific purposes, when the munchies set in for you. 

Stoner Hack: The Scientific Explanation for Munchies

Research published today in Nature proposes a cellular mechanism by which the munchies work. The author found a strange and seemingly contradictory result: THC stimulates appetite by regulating a group of neurons that normally suppresses appetite. 

Doritos Attempting World Domination?

First Dewitos, now the world? PepsiCo, the parent company of Doritos, started its foray into frankenfoods with Taco Bell’s astoundingly popular Locos Tacos. And this fall, college kids across the country were given samples of Doritos-flavore...

13 Cool Candies To Enhance Any Stoner's Halloween

Try some of these tricks and treats to enhance your holiday season!

Why Does Pot Make Food Smell and Taste Better?

It is no coincidence that marijuana makes food smell and taste better, according to a new study published in the latest edition of Nature Neuroscience, which finds that getting stoned has a unique effect on the brain’s cannabinoid receptors that leads to a super enh...

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