Month: February 2019

Review- The Little Book of Cannabis: How marijuana can improve your life

The first thing you might notice about The Little Book of Cannabis: How Marijuana Can Improve Your Life is how aptly it fits its title. Written by award-winning journalist and cannabis writer Amanda Siebert, The Little Book of Cannabis clocks in at just over 200 pages long, but it’s a small book full of 10 […]

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Sundial announces appointment of Brian Harriman as Chief Operating Officer

CALGARY, Feb. 22, 2019 /CNW/ – Sundial Growers Inc. (“Sundial”) is pleased to announce that Brian Harriman will be joining the company’s leadership team as Chief Operating Officer starting April 9. Harriman brings considerable leadership experience most recently from Alcool New Brunswick Liquor (“ANBL”) and CannabisNB (“CNB”), where he was President and CEO. “As Sundial continues […]

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VCBC founder Ted Smith on Health Canada’s Proposed Edibles Regulations

Ted Smith, the founder of the Victoria Cannabis Buyers’ Club and longtime advocate for the rights of cannabis growers and users, sounds off on Health Canada’s edibles proposals in a new interview with contributor Julia Veintrop. 1- What do you think about the proposed THC limits for the new edible class of cannabis products? The 10 […]

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The Oldest Trade Show in the Cannabis Industry Celebrates its 20th Anniversary

When the CHAMPS Winter Trade Show opens its doors on Feb. 27th, it will be the fifty-fifth mounted by CHAMPS and the fortieth staged in Las Vegas. Hundreds of businesses will be represented in a space that encompasses 245,000 square feet, the area of four and a half football fields.

The marketplace is booming and CHAMPS is proud to have backed the cannabis business community for two solid decades. No trade show is older and, certainly, no event associated with the use of cannabis can equal its rate of growth. In truth, CHAMPS is the unsung success story of our industry.

Of course, being “unsung” was a conscious business decision. Twenty years ago, Sherlock pipes, one-hitters, bongs, hand pipes and the like were as demonized as cannabis, courtesy of a 1994 Supreme Court decision (Posters ‘N’ Things, Ltd. v. United States), a ruling that still stands today. The Court rendered ceramic, metal and glass pipes—even rolling papers—all “drug paraphernalia.”

That made selling a bong problematic. In this uncertain atmosphere, Peter Gage and Jeff Hirschfeld founded CHAMPS.

The Oldest Trade Show in the Cannabis Industry Celebrates its 20th Anniversary

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Expert Joints LIVE on CLN – Internet Savvy

This week Craig welcomes Internet Savvy #Instagrammer and Model SavvyStonedGirl to #Studio710. Tha Big Puffa brings music from Tee Krispil for Dab Time, Al The Alchemist brings some dope gear during Expert Selections, and gives us a few Grow Tips… plus Kass & Honey are back to hang out too. Join the live-chat here. Now find […]

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Lawyer warns parents: “Keep edibles away from kids, it’s the law”

A mother in Brandon, Manitoba is speaking out about a scary ordeal that unfolded in her household after her two young children accessed a hidden stash of cannabis-infused edibles. The woman, who has not yet been identified by the media, discovered that her five-year-old son had climbed up onto a counter to access a kitchen […]

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Gabriella’s Kitchen’s Joint Venture with Eximius Coffee introduces Infused Ready-to-Drink Cold Brew Coffee and Pods

CALGARY and SANTA ROSA, CA, Feb. 19, 2019 /CNW/ – Gabriella’s Kitchen Inc. (“GABY” or the “Company”) (CSE: GABY), an innovative and leading-edge cannabis wellness company, is pleased to announce a joint venture (“JV“) with Eximius Coffee LLC (“Eximius”) to launch a line of cannabis and CBD infused coffee beverages and infused single-serve grounds suitable for steeping. […]

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LAST CHANCE TO COMMENT ON CANNABIS EDIBLE’S 10 MG THC LIMIT

(Written by Ted Smith, the founder of Victoria Cannabis Buyer’s Club) Tomorrow is the public’s last opportunity to send comments to Health Canada regarding regulations controlling the production and sale of edible and topical cannabis products, as well as other concentrates! This is a common tactic of Health Canada; They give interested taxpayers two months […]

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High Folks: Artist Jessica Wolfert Creates Glass Pipes To Promote Body Positivity

Editor’s Note: Welcome to our newest bi-weekly column, High Folks: the cannabis-infused version of Humans of New York, in which we take an intimate look at people’s relationships with our most beloved plant. The connection between humans and cannabis is primal, dynamic, and profound. But it’s something that’s increasingly overlooked in the new age of weed. So in an effort to combat the superficiality of cannabis in the social media-age, High Times is proud to present to you a collection of work that highlights one of life’s most beautiful gifts: connection.

In the North Philadelphia neighborhood of Port Richmond, Jessica Wolfert (26) is a Renaissance woman fusing the realms of glass-blowing and cannabis into her body positivity project Lady Pipes. The glass smoking pipes are an ode to Wolfert’s younger self: a suburban girl from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, who once struggled with social anxiety and body image issues.

“When my social anxiety was at its worst I was terrified of being judged,” Wolfert tells High Times. “I wanted to physically disappear, and I think that negatively affected the way

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Weed Measurements Explained: Juggling Grams, Ounces and Pounds

Grams, ounces, “eights” and “quarters” are just some of the terms that can be extremely confusing for both beginner and intermediate cannabis users. This guide will break down imperial and metric weed measurements so they are easy to understand.

Eighth of weed

You can often hear people say “an eighth”, or “a half quarter” and wonder how much weed that is exactly.

An eighth of weed refers to an eighth of an ounce. This is the amount of weed most frequently purchased by people who use cannabis moderately.

Converted to the metric system, an eighth of an ounce is just a little over 3.5 grams.

An eighth of weed is about the size of a walnut. Depending on your appetite, you can roll up to 3 blunts, 3 to 4 large joints, or approximately 7 half-gram joints.

Fun fact: An eighth of weed is often dubbed a “slice”, or a “cut”. This is because pizzas are usually divided into 8 slices.

Half-eighth of weed

The name says it all: …

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