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Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast.

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Herbal Bliss: 10 Perfect Moments To Smoke Marijuana

Marijuana is a superb vehicle for attaining personal balance and increasing our overall sense of well-being.

Why Does Marijuana Make Some People Faint?

Some medical experts say these blackout moments can occur since THC decreases blood pressure in the body.

7 Reasons Marijuana Is Patriotic AF

No matter what people think or say about marijuana, it's hard to deny that the herb has helped shape American culture and history.

Marijuana 101: A Simple Guide To Marijuana Tasting

With the newfound freedom of legal cannabis, the industry has managed to cultivate a wide variety of interesting strains.

Should You Mix CBD With Your Morning Coffee?

Temperature changes CBD content in both hot and cold liquids. So, if you require precise dosing of medicine, it’s best not to dump your CBD oil into a hot cup of joe.

Biden-Sanders Task Force Gets Heated About Marijuana Legalization

The task force is split on whether to include cannabis reform among its recommendations to Joe Biden for the upcoming election.

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Is Marijuana The Next Recovery Revolution For Pro Athletes?

According to science, cannabis provides significant benefits to athletes in both performance and recovery.

Los Angeles Resets Marijuana Program To Combat Racial Inequality

The Los Angeles City Council approved a series of recommendations Tuesday that would overhaul its plagued recreational cannabis program.

Majority Of Americans Believe Marijuana Use Just As Moral As Gambling

Most respondents viewed marijuana use as morally superior to abortion, porn, having kids out of wedlock and wearing fur.

AG William Barr Inappropriately Used DOJ Funds To Target Marijuana Industry

A senior official at the DOJ’s antitrust division said that Barr inappropriately investigated cannabis company mergers and acquisitions because he “did not like the nature of their underlying business.”

How Marijuana Reform Intersects With Policing And Racial Justice

Sadly, it’s taken 50 years to reach a place where lawmakers and industry leaders have begun addressing the racial aspects of historical drug policy.