Mary Schumacher

Mary Schumacher is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

Author’s recent posts:

New Jersey Politician Would Rather Legalize Prostitution Than Marijuana

In a nod to the benefits of legalizing prostitution, however, Guadagno did point out that prostitution is a victimless crime and would be even safer if regulated.

6 Books For The High Minded Reader On Your Holiday List

Give someone an edible and they’ll be high for an afternoon. Give someone a book on how to make edibles and you feed their body, mind and soul for life.

Marijuana Sales Top $2.2 Million In Massachusetts In First Week

According to numbers released by the Cannabis Control Commission, Massachusetts brought in over $2.2 million in their first official 5 days, selling nearly 57,000 items to eager consumers.

How To Keep Cool When Marijuana Isn’t Exactly Welcome Home For The Holidays

No matter what, cannabis is part of your life and will still be there after the winter celebrations. So will your family. Strike the balance.

Medical Marijuana Legalized In South Korea

The East Asian country has officially legalized medical marijuana for a handful of conditions, including epilepsy.

Trying Cannabis For The First Time

Just remember, it’s all good. Cannabis is non-toxic and will safely wear off if one overindulges on their first time out the gate.

7 Gift Ideas For Your CBD Lover This Holiday Season

Cannabis itself is making great strides and should spice up your holidaze in one way or another.

Why the 1:1 Ratio Of THC And CBD Is Canna-Magic

Used often to combat the side effects of chemotherapy like nausea and sleeplessness, the 1:1 ratio promotes calmness and tranquility.

5 Things To Do In NYC While Fully Lifted

Here are 5 experiences targeted to experiencing the big city while high, whether an old hat or a first time visitor from Sheboygan.

3 CBD Pens To Get You Through Black Friday Madness

Black Friday is practically a national holiday, so in that vein here are 3 different CBD pens that should be ordered or picked up before the Thanksgiving festivities.