Ed. Note: The author of the article that forms the core of today’s post clearly knew something important in 1810 that has since been lost. Not that many of us aren’t at least a bit familiar with “Lettuce Opium” but if you, like me, have tried it several times with a big “so what” as the result, it’s hard to understand how Lettuce Opium was for centuries considered by physicians and patients alike to be an excellent substitute for Opium itself, without the addiction and side-effects but with many of the virtues – pain relief, a restful night’s sleep, and – in today’s terms – an excellent high. 1,714 more words
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Potential users of medical marijuana have about one week to participate in a survey that could help the state get a picture of the likely demand for the drug. 88 more words
Almost 19 years after the dispensing of medical marijuana was made legal in California San Diego gave final approval on Thursday to the city’s first legal marijuana dispensary, which will be run by an HIV-positive San Diego State lecturer who smokes pot daily to relieve his symptoms. 979 more words
States like Colorado are in a great place right now financially. Since allowing medical marijunana to be sold legally across counters, they’ve been raking in so much money statewide that they actually have to give some of it back! 583 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Concerns about a Markham, Ont. marijuana grow house were addressed in Parliament on Friday. Jennifer Tryon reports.
The federal government says children in a Markham, Ont. 653 more words
CHICAGO (CBS) – Gov. Bruce Rauner had nothing but scorn for his predecessor on Friday, when he took questions from reporters about the transition process during his first weeks in office. 568 more words