MJ News Network

MJ News Network are contributing writers at The Fresh Toast.

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8 Ways Marijuana Seeds Can Be Used For Everyday Medicine

Those who push for the use of marijuana seeds have reported that they can be used as medicine, leading to numerous health benefits.

NY’s Medical Marijuana Program Is About To Get Better

The DoH just announced the issuance of new proposed regulations that would make changes to the NY's medical marijuana program to improve access.

Wyoming To Eclipse Tourists: Don’t Bring Your Marijuana

Visitors traveling to Wyoming for the Great American Solar Eclipse on August 21 are being advised that the state’s marijuana laws will be strictly enforced.

Finally, A Film Festival Just For Lovers Of Cannabis

Cannabis-loving film buffs in Colorado rejoice: Infinite Wellness Center is bringing the CannaBus Culture Film Fest to Fort Collins Colorado.

Tokyo Smoke Introduces Premium Line Of Medical Marijuana

Tokyo Smoke introduces four medical cannabis strains in collaboration with Aphria, one of Canada’s largest licensed producers of medical marijuana.

What Happens When Cali’s Wine And Weed Industries Combine Forces

The Wine Industry Network (WIN) hosted nearly 500 people to the first Wine & Weed Symposium on August 3rd at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, CA.

Teen Marijuana Use Not Independently Linked With IQ Decline

Teen marijuana use is not independently linked with adverse changes in intelligence quotient or executive functioning, according to the journal 'Addiction.'

An In-Depth Comparison Between Cannabis And Opioids

Cannabis has been used since 4000 BC and in the 1990s, opioid prescriptions took off. But what really is the difference between cannabis and opioids?

Study Finds Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Deter Crime

The forced closure of medical marijuana dispensaries is associated with an uptick in crime, according to data published in the Journal of Urban Economics.

Drug Test? Here’s What You Need To Know

A urine drug test looks for any traces of substance abuse: alcohol, cocaine, amphetamines, marijuana, opioids (narcotics), PCP, and benzodiazepines.