Saturday, April 4, 2020

Julie Aitcheson

Julie Aitcheson is a freelance writer who has had articles published in Echo Quarterly, Communities Magazine (formerly Talking Leaves Magazine), Isabella, and All Things Girl. She received a full fellowship to the 2013 Stowe StoryLabs and won second place in the 2014 San Miguel Writers’ Conference nonfiction writing competition. She has published two young adult novels and is currently at work on her next book.

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AOC: Marijuana Dispensaries Should Stay Open As Long As Liquor Stores Do

Maintaining access to legal, regulated marijuana amid the pandemic remains a heated topic of discussion in recent weeks.

Feds Will Pay Scientists To Study Marijuana’s Effects On COVID-19

The National Institute on Drug Abuse is calling for research into the effects smoking marijuana has on the coronavirus.

Here’s A Breakdown Of Who Supports Cannabis As ‘Essential’ During Pandemic

More than half (53%) of responders agreed that marijuana dispensaries should be considered "essential" during the coronavirus outbreak.

From Job Loss To Obesity: Can Marijuana Help?

If the quarantine is exacerbating emotions pertaining to loss, grief, anxiety or even obesity, here's how marijuana can help.

How To Find The CBD Dosage That’s Best For You

While some companies have produced kits that can test one’s endocannabinod system, testing is not readily available to the general public or covered by insurance.

Should COVID-19 Allow Medical Patients To Grow Marijuana At Home?

Marijuana advocates and industry leaders argue that medical patients shouldn’t have to rely on outside sources to acquire plant medicine.

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CBD Craze Sparks ‘Weed Washing’ Trend

“Weed washing” is a disturbing trend that appears to be most dominant in the beauty industry and refers to the act of adding hemp oil just to capitalize on the CBD hype.

‘Hot Plants’ Prove Problematic For Hemp Entrepreneurs

A hemp plant can “go hot” (aka experience a spike in THC levels) due to using a new seed variety, environmental factors, or a plant left to flower for too long.

What The Year Ahead Looks Like For CBD

2020 is primed to top the record sales and product innovation that have come to characterize this surging market.

Skateboarders Carve Out A Path With CBD

As skateboarding’s main street respectability grows, some of the sport’s biggest names are stepping out in front of companies that promise performance enhancement through CBD.