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When things are a little thorny.

One would be mistaken in thinking that just because you get up every day and engage your body/mind that you wake up and feel fantastic with a big smile on your face. 1,286 more words

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Sri Lanka to launch first cannabis plantation, influence economy with US export

By New Delhi Times Bureau on September 15, 2017

Sri Lanka is all set to launch a Cannabis plantation with the aim to supply for the indigenous medicine industry and export to the US market, said Rajitha Senaratne, Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine. 352 more words


Premiere: Canna Cribs goes inside the cannabis industry’s leading grow ops

New show by Growers Network kicks off with Elite Garden’s Glass House, a state-of-the-art greenhouse and processing facility in Southern California.

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Growing Clean Cannabis to Pass California's New Rules

Local grower Joseph Snow has developed a natural farming method that he says will meet California’s new mandate for cannabis to be free of pesticides, fungus, and mold. 1,134 more words


Wednesday Vignette - forest fence

Saw the oddest forest this morning, as I was driving home from a consultation up the road, in rural Washington. Planted in straight lines worthy of a marching band, these tall, crowded trees had apparently never been thinned, to allow them to properly branch out. 102 more words

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Some Thoughts on Dealing with Stress

As Hurricane Maria bears down upon The  US Virgin Islands and Laurie’s (My Girl’s) daughter Maggie who moved there after college, we are on high alert. 942 more words

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This country is tapping into the lucrative marijuana industry that could make Africa rich

WRITTEN BY: Lynsey Chutel

September 18, 2017


Lesotho has become the first African country to grant a license for medicinal marijuana. The country’s health ministry licensed Verve Dynamics, a South African company that  469 more words