Sunday, August 9, 2020

Mary Schumacher

Mary Schumacher is a writer specializing in cannabis. Aside from The Fresh Toast, she has contributed to the New York Post, HydroLife, Maximum Yield, The Portland Alliance, DominicanToday.com, Tamarindo News, and other national and international publications and websites.

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5 Essential Marijuana Products For The Modern Bathroom

Cannabinoids, especially CBD, are responsible for lipid production and, therefore, help regulate conditions such as dry skin or acne when applied topically.

There’s Probably Too Much THC In Your Marijuana

Legal marijuana products contain extraordinary levels of THC, which could cause dependence and mental health issues with habitual use.

Difference Between A Marijuana Dispensary And A Liquor Store

You might be surprised to learn that the two are very different.

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What You Need To Know Before Trying Cannabis For The First Time

Just remember, it’s all good. Cannabis is non-toxic and will safely wear off if you overindulge your first time out of the gate.

Marijuana 101: Know Your Cannabis Social Etiquette

Tip #1: Offering cannabis in the form of a tincture, even high grade CBD tincture, or an edible at a social event or dinner is naturally circumstantial. Use your best judgement

5 Types Of Marijuana To Reduce Your Stress

Sometimes the best remedy to super stress is to take in a big breath and exhale a cloud of a good, balanced strain of bud smoke or vapor to bring things back into perspective.

The Easy Way To Cultivate Your Own Medical Cannabis Seeds

the first step to breeding or growing your own seeds is picking a hearty male of the strain you want and growing him out.

Cannabis Withdrawal: How Bad Is It Really?

If you search the internet for “cannabis withdrawal” you’ll find a few helpful articles, but mostly you’ll find drug war propaganda.

How Marijuana Affects Men And Women Differently

The main way that cannabis acts differently in women as opposed to men is its interaction with the female production of estrogen.