Archeologists find earliest evidence of marijuana cigarettes

Posted by - June 13, 2019

We now know how long marijuana was a part of society After archeologists discovered ancient incense burners in a cemetery in western China’s Pamir mountains recently, scientists were eager to find out what was in them. They took the burners to be analyzed and have made their astonishing results public. The braziers contained traces of

US/China trade war could prove beneficial to Canopy Growth

Posted by - May 30, 2019

The increased tariffs on imports could have an impact in domestic marijuana policies It may seem a little far-fetched, but there is a theory that the US/China trade war could help the US cannabis industry see acceptance on a federal level. If this theory proves to be true, companies like Canopy Growth are going to

2,700-year-old marijuana found (and it’s still good)

Posted by - February 25, 2019

The cannabis was found in a grave in China It’s one thing to find a tomb of a blond, middle-aged Caucasian man dating back thousands of years in China and something completely different to find a cannabis stash in the grave alongside the remains. It’s even more remarkable that the stash was still in good