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Cannabutter 101: How To Dose Your Baking Without Totally Baking Your Friends

If you have bud and butter, then you can make a cannabis-infused butter with which to medicate you own food.

Cannabis Basics: 8 Ways to Enjoy Marijuana Without Smoking It

Inhaling the combusted plant matter into your lungs isn't for everyone. Here are eight ways to practice your marijuana enthusiasm without starting a fire.

5 Ways To Utilize Leftover Marijuana Pulp From Cannabutter

Once you strain the weed through a mesh strainer or cheesecloth to separate the cannabutter from the marijuana, what do you do with the leftover “pulp”?

Just A Little THC Please: 6 Great Low-Dose Marijuana Edibles

Here are some fantastic low-dose edibles available in states with legal recreational and medical cannabis: they will make just just a little high.

This Utah Senator Filmed Himself Trying Marijuana The First Time

The senator supports Prop 2, which would legalize medicinal marijuana in Utah, and wants his fellow legislators to know it’s “not a big deal.”

How Would Marijuana-Fed Pigs Taste?

On a recent episode of Eater’s YouTube series “Prime Time,” hosts Brent and Ben showcase how sustainable cannabis practices can provide feed to animals, like pigs.

US Marijuana Policy Project Appraises Canadian Marijuana Legalization

Here is a comparison between the Canadian adult-use program and common features of U.S. state legalization laws.

Marijuana Edibles Sales To Reach $1.4 Billion In 2018

That number could prove to be just a fraction of its potential now that major consumer packaged goods companies are entering the industry.

Why Is Washington State Banning Marijuana Gummies And Candies?

It could set a precedent that could impact dispensaries across the nation or it could be yet another experiment in ethics cropping up with this rather new marketplace.

Treating Pneumonia Symptoms And Side Effects With Medical Marijuana

According to the American Thoracic Society, a whopping one million American adults are hospitalized for pneumonia yearly, with roughly 50,000 cases being fatal.