Month: December 2018

Here are 2018’s Most Efficient One-Hitter Pipes, According to Science

If you’re like us, you’re also trying to get high everywhere you go without anyone hassling you. That’s why sneak-a-toke one-hitter pipes are ideal for almost all public smoke-sesh situations. So, if you’re looking for something more portable than a bowl to smoke from, you’ve come to the right list. We’ve done the research, and we know what works– and what will have you running from event security, weed-trolls, or (god forbid) the cops because you got caught smoking.  Here’s our guide to the most discreet and efficient one-hitters of 2018, according to science.

Best One-Hitters For Smokers with Butterfingers

Here are 2018's Most Efficient One-Hitter Pipes, According to Science

Acrylic One-Hitter: Ryot is king when it comes to one-hitters and dugouts. They have tons of unbreakable designs in their line-up including the acrylic style. If you’re constantly dropping and breaking your glass pieces, you should give an acrylic one-hitter a shot.

Price: $9.50

Pros: Classic one-hitter design that won’t break if dropped. The acrylic material can be worked into tons of different designs allowing you to pick something that really suits you. Easily fits into your pocket or a …

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Happy toking, Happy New Year!

I don’t drink alcohol unless it’s a rare occasion; I prefer cannabis. It’s more and more common these days to see people putting down the drinks to favor lighting up or munching down. Making this choice can take some navigating and New Years Eve has its own set of challenges. If you are ringing in […]

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2018 – A Blazing Year in Review

2018 was a spectacular year for the cannabis movement globally. Nations around the world took positive steps to reform laws surrounding cannabis as did several states throughout the United States. There were significant financial mergers between various cannabis specific brands and others looking to venture into the sector. Monumental steps were taken in the United […]

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Puration Inc. Cannabis Beverage Appeal Refreshed with Anheuser Busch and Tilray Deal

DALLAS, Dec. 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via OTC PR WIRE — Puration, Inc. (USOTC: PURA) (“PURA”) today reemphasized the company’s cannabis beverage industry experience and direction in light of the recently announced Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (NYSE:BUD) and Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ:TLRY) cannabis-infused beverage deal, with both firms investing $50 million each to research potential beverage production. […]

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The High Times Interview: Dr. Dina & Corey Thomas

Dr. Dina is the founder of the Alternative Herbal Health Services dispensary in Los Angeles as well as the inspiration for the Nancy Botwin character on the groundbreaking pot-centric show, Weeds. A noted cannabis activist, Dr. Dina has made a name for herself as both a business owner and a philanthropist. Here, setting aside the traditional HT interview format, Dr. Dina talks to her colleague Corey Thomas, the founder and CEO of the Honey Pot cannabis company and winner of multiple High Times Cannabis Cups.

Dr. Dina: I’m honored right now to be here. I’ve watched you blossom over the years as an entrepreneur. I’ve seen you build your brand from the ground up. I’m really proud of you. I think that you set a great example for so many women in the industry. And I know that as a mom, you have something stronger to fight for. You should be pretty damn proud of yourself.

Corey: Thank you.

Some girl love—we got to put it out there because it’s true. We don’t always express how proud we are

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Evergreen Cannabis Society becomes Vancouver’s first licensed dispensary

It’s been over two months since Canada officially legalized cannabis, and finally, Vancouver will get its first legal and licensed dispensary- the Evergreen Cannabis Society in Kitsilano. It’s opening this Saturday, Dec. 29, at 2868 West 4th Ave. Evergreen Cannabis Society announced their grand re-opening on Twitter, as the dispensary had to voluntarily shut down […]

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Buzzes & Bummers: 2018 Was a Wild Ride in the World of Cannabis

It took a whole lot of rolling (joints) and scrolling (old news feeds) to complete a thorough review of the most important, inspiring and infuriating stories about cannabis from the past year—and no doubt I still missed a few along the way. In my defense, 2018 has been a wild ride in the world of weed, a 12-month timespan which truly could be called “the best of times and the worst of times,” or perhaps just the highest and lowest of times.

My personal year in cannabis began on New Year’s Day, when I waited in line along with countless other Californians to buy some cannabis on the first day of legal adult-use sales. The fact that I was already stoned before I made my purchase would seem to indicate that it wasn’t exactly difficult to find cannabis in the Golden State prior to this momentous occasion, but that’s kind of besides the point.

Celebrate Buzzes With Cannabis Near You

And cannabis just kept getting legal-er and legal-er all year, including in Vermont, Michigan, Missouri, Utah, and the entire …

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Highest THC Strains: What Are the Strongest Strains in 2019?

High THC strains have always been in demand, but especially so after the Cannabis Cup events pitted the US growers against each other making it into a genuine, bona fide competition with machines doing the measuring.

At first, the Cannabis Cup was a relatively small competition in Amsterdam that started in 1988, and has been held there each year in November up until 2015.

At that time, cannabis legalization started picking up steam in the United States, which pushed cannabis production in the US to a whole another level.

After the 2014 event, Cannabis Cup became the High Times Cannabis Cup, and it was announced that in 2015 the event will be moved overseas to the United States.

Just like with anything else, when America gets involved things start to get blown out of proportion.

American growers quickly became some the biggest experts in growing weed—or maybe they already were but were just hiding in the shadows because of the way the system was set up?

Either way, the first Cannabis Cup events in the US started in the early …

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Health Canada on what’s allowed for seeds, plants, and more

Editor’s Note: The following response was provided by Andre Gagnon, media relations advisor for Health Canada. The Cannabis Act and its Regulations provide, among other things, the framework for legal access to cannabis and control and regulate its production, distribution and sale. The oversight of the cannabis supply chain is a shared responsibility across federal […]

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The harsh reality of the proposed regulations for edibles and concentrates

After months of uncertainty, the federal government has unveiled official proposals to legalize cannabis edibles. The much-awaited scheme was released on December 22, 2018, following extensive research and community consultation – and while it is reasonably in line with what many industry insiders had anticipated, there are still a number of wrinkles to iron out. […]

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