In another sign of how quickly cannabis is becoming Americana, the plant may have soon have a tent at your local county fair alongside prize vegetables and livestock.
West Virginians can now apply for a license to grow industrial hemp for commercial purposes, and some pioneers already are into their second growing season.
Chill out with this marijuana-infused ice cream float, the latest installment in The Cannabist’s “Infused” edibles recipe series.
You’d expect a lot of buzz at a massive marijuana trade show. Over the weekend at the High Times Nor Cal Cannabis Cup, the leaf was celebrated in hundreds of product booths hawking everything from vape cartridges and hash oil presses to cannabis infused cotton candy and joints rolled in the shape of a tyrannosaurus rex.
Nevada has approved an early start to recreational cannabis sales, and existing medical marijuana companies are readying for a burst of new business.
Cannabis products firms Wana Brands and AltMed have inked a deal that’s one part national expansion play and another part investment in a growing trend: pharmaceutical-quality medical marijuana.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating compound found in marijuana. But can it show up in a drug test for the psychoactive cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)?
A federal prosecutor has snuffed out plans by pot fans to celebrate Nevada’s new recreational marijuana law at the 2017 Cannabis Cup near Las Vegas.
Before welcoming in 2017, let’s take a moment to mark the monumental strides for marijuana in the past twelve months.
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High-CBD products are a small segment of Washington’s marijuana market, but sales of the typically medicinal-focused products are growing.
Several states have legalized marijuana in 2016. What’s their next step? Here’s some expert advice from seasoned pros in Colorado.
Either way you look at it, the cannabis concentrate market is poised to expand in California through the state’s new medical marijuana rules and a potential recreational market.
An outdoors enthusiast waylaid by depressing post-surgery recovery looks to marijuana for pain relief.
A Colorado producer of hemp oils, derivatives and finished products is jumping into the private-label business and building a new production facility.
Whoopi Goldberg is now peddling THC- and CBD-infused products meant to help with dysmenorrhea and she’s noticing how men are downplaying the condition.
Looking good, thanks to cannabis: We’ve rounded up the best beauty products — some new to the shelves and others that are staples among the all-natural beauty set.
Entertainer Whoopi Goldberg has started a medical marijuana business in San Francisco — and she hopes her products will provide “an alternative for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with menstruation,” Goldberg said in a release.
Looking for marijuana jobs? Here’s the exclusive line on a pre-4/20 cannabis job fair in San Francisco, California.
While volunteer Greg Duran was canvassing his neighborhood for presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, a neighbor thanked him with an ounce of pot.
Australian lawmakers committed on Wednesday to legalize the growing of marijuana for medical use within a part of the world renowned for zero-tolerance and harsh penalties for illegal drugs.
Now Hiring: Cannabis industry hiring news from two different organizations working tirelessly on weed legalization issues – one in favor, the other against.
Review site Yelp terminated an advertising agreement with a Denver massage studio last week because the business offers massages with lotions infused with THC, the psychoactive compound found in cannabis.
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One week after announcing its expansion into pot shops in Oregon and Arizona, Denver-based marijuana company Dixie Brands will soon announce its next foray outside of Colorado — into Australia and New Zealand, The Cannabist has learned.