When capitalism finally meets its grisly end, at least you can keep your stash jars full thanks to your newly discovered farming skills.
Aug. 8 is a weed holiday for everyone.
If there ever were a summer to turn off your phone, get stoned, and eat fruit while floating in an alpine lake, it’s this one.
If you feel like a bit of plant-based therapeutics could make your workday more manageable, here are a few of the products that we’ve turned to.
The crunchy, gooey confections should evokes grade school bag lunches, bake sales, and the innocence of youth.
For the uninitiated, July 10, also known as Oil Day, is a stoner holiday in the same vein as 4/20, designated as such because its date, when turned upside down, spells OIL.
Most potheads know better than to get excessively stoned and actually handle fireworks, but smoking before viewing? That’s a different story.
It’s therapeutic efficacy is particularly striking—many topicals already utilize caryophyllene due to its proven pain-relieving effects.
We’ve got all the dads covered: from the collector to the strain hunter to the wellness guru.
From 11 am until, naturally, 4:20 pm, guests were led through a series of instructional seminars and exercise classes to heighten their physical, emotional and spiritual fitness.
In anticipation of a month filled with corporate rainbow-washing, we thought it would be a good time to give a shout-out to homegrown queer-owned cannabusinesses.
Unless your potato salad has been specifically requested, leave your picnic basket at home and instead be the friend that delivers the party blunts.
As we’ve all learned from witnessing decades of celebrity endorsements, slapping a well-known name or likeness onto a product doesn’t necessarily mean it’s any good.
The holiday was established in 2012, the same year that Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize recreational cannabis. Coincidence?
Spring for an eighth of kush, a tube of THC truffles, or a new coffee mug she can smoke weed out of.