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High Girls Club is one of the most distinct marijuana Instagrams around. It's also a shop that sells cool weed accessories.
Dating apps are exhausting and time consuming, but they can help people with social anxiety feel more comfortable when interacting with strangers.
Alcoholism is rising in the U.S.. A 2017 study shows it rose 49% in the first decade of this century and now affects one in eight adults.
A Tik Tok video of a girl trying Kombucha for the first time becomes a viral meme due to the intense emotions on display. Twitter users had plenty of reactions.
Traveling with pets demands some extra attention and planning. It's important to pick your travel options properly based on you and your pet's needs.
Being high and using smartphones leads to regrettable behavior in text messages, social media, and pictures.
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Those who push for the use of marijuana seeds have reported that they can be used as medicine, leading to numerous health benefits.
Normally the dried and cured marijuana is consumed. But have you ever thought of consuming raw cannabis? Its taste? Its benefits?
An Israeli developer of cannabinoid-based therapies is ready to introduce a compound cream for the treatment of psoriasis and related skin conditions.
“Conservative projections of an estimated $500 million a year in initial marijuana tax revenues for New York State could leverage enormous economic impact across the board and help rebuild our state,” says former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra.
Cannabis therapy mitigates symptoms of the chronic pain condition fibromyalgia and is associated with a reduction in the use of other prescription drugs, according to clinical data published online ahead of print in the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology.
He discovered the benefits of CBD at the end of his playing career, and has now premiered a new line of wellness products based on hemp, the non-psychoactive elements found in the plant.