N.J. marijuana activist Ed Forchion, a.k.a. “Weedman,” will soon open a restaurant and spiritual sanctuary across the street from Trenton’s City Hall. “I’m obviously catering to the cannabis consuming community in the area, but I also I want to tap into the artsy crowd here in Trenton,” said Forchion, who calls himself “Weedman.”
This Grape Skunk came across pretty powerful, as did its pain relief. The term “one hitter quitter” comes to mind. You hit it once and that’s all you need. However, with “grape” in the name, With a name like Grape Skunk, one might expect the Kool-Aid Man to burst into the room for a slap in the face. Instead, the Kool-Aid Man just politely knocked on the door.
Get The Cannabist Newsletter
- 1DEA finalizing Schedule II status for synthetic THC drug Syndros
- 2Marijuana syndicate grew pot in gated home in Colorado and sold it around the U.S.
- 3A "misguided crusade": Canada's bill to legalize cannabis faces opposition
- 4How will the new rules released for the Colorado marijuana industry affect consumers?
- 5Colorado man busted with 77 pounds of marijuana in Iowa traffic stop
- 1Where is weed legal? Map of U.S. marijuana laws by state
- 2Top 20 stoner movies that will keep you couch-locked
- 3Cannabis concentrates 101: How to consume them — dabbing, vaping and more
- 4“The DEA has lost its moral authority”: Rep. Jared Polis pulls no punches in exclusive interview
- 5Federal marijuana law enforcement: What you need to know