High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Hemp History Week Kicks Off

Hemp is on its way back to prominence in American agriculture. Tremendous progress has been made to re-legalize this valuable and beneficial commodity. This year’s Hemp History Week is not only celebrating the history of this great plant, but making history as it co...

Understanding the Effects of Indica vs. Sativa

Cannabis cultivationists are obsessed with sativas and indicas, when in fact, the future of marijuana lies in terpenes.

Colorado Funds Medical Marijuana Research, A First

Colorado awarded more than $8 million for medical marijuana research Wednesday, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential.

What Does Drying Buds Do to Terpenes?

Over at the University of Mississippi, the only place in the United States that’s legally allowed to grow pot as far as the federal government is considered, they’ve been doing research on cannabis since 1968. Most of that research aims to reinforce the federa...

Scientists Say THC Could Prevent Disease in Future Generations

Marijuana could fight disease in future generations, as a recent study indicates that cannabis compounds have proven to have significant strength in the modification of gene activity.

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