Public relations whiz Rosie Mattio rises at 5:30am most days of the week. It’s a little window of peace before her four daughters wake up and she’s off and running. When she’s not getting the kids ready for school, preparing meals or shuttling them to activities, she’s representing some of the biggest brands in legal […]Read More Moms Break The Stigma Of Working In Weed
Relaxation, clarity of mind, stress relief: these benefits are closely associated with both marijuana use and meditation. It’s no surprise, then, that many people believe meditation and marijuana is a brilliant combination when it comes to managing mental health, aiding relaxation and enhancing general well-being. Marissa, a yoga teacher and trauma counselor, says that a […]Read More Meditation and Marijuana: Is It The Perfect Match?
Several of the U.S.’s most prominent veterans advocacy organizations are stepping up the push for medical marijuana. During two hearings on Capitol Hill this week, leaders of veterans service groups called on Congress to force the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to do more to provide access to and conduct research on medical cannabis. […]Read More How veteran’s groups strive for better availability and more research into medical marijuana.
This week, Vermont and New Hampshire moved to legalize cannabis for adult use, signifying a major step in states’ acceptance of the plant along the East Coast, and in their opposition to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ tenacious stance. In New York, where legislators have largely left drug laws unchanged since the ’70s, and where marijuana arrest rates continue to lead the nation, a panel of lawmakers will […]Read More Will New York Finally Consider Legalizing Cannabis This Week?
Before Portland had bougie weed shops furnished by Design Within Reach, budtenders with man buns, and poly-hybrid designer cultivars called King Louis XIII, we had great weed. Strains like Blueberry, Space Queen and Dogshit are part of our cultural heritage. These cultivars were grown in attics and basements on suburban cul-de-sacs, and guerrilla style on […]Read More The history of Portland cannabis, as told to Willamette Week.
“No one knows whether chronic marijuana smoking causes emotional troubles or is a symptom of them…. This dearth of evidence has a number of explanations: serious lingering reactions, if they exist, occur after prolonged use, rarely after a single dose; marijuana has no known medical use, unlike LSD, so scientists have had little reason to […]Read More Read an interesting excerpt from 1967 about the confusion over the effects of marijuana use.