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Why Religious People Are Less Likely To Use Marijuana

Americans who regularly attend religious services and have religious beliefs are less likely to use cannabis for medical or recreational reasons.

This Grandma Went From Christian Minister To CBD Evangelist

“I’ve always had a passion to see people healed and to help them find their purpose.”

God’s Greenery CEO Cites CBD Boom Among Christians

The current popularity of CBD usage among religious communities underscores just how mainstream medicinal usage has become

Archaeologists Discover That Ancient Israelites Used Marijuana To Worship God

New research reveals cannabis and frankincense at the Judahite shrine of Arad.

Freddie Mercury’s Family Faith: The Ancient Religion Of Zoroastrianism

In 2004, it was estimated that there were between 128,000 and 190,000 Zoroastrians living around the world, with 18,000 residing in the United States.

Cannabis And Churchgoers Don’t Mix Well, Study Shows

Americans who hold strong religious beliefs consume less cannabis than those who are less devout or non-believers, according to a new study conducted by Florida researchers.

Mistrial! What’s Next For The Church Of Cannabis?

The court case involving the City of Denver and the International Church of Cannabis was expected to be a gripping — and groundbreaking — trial.

Are You Thinking Of Giving Up Cannabis For Lent? Read This First

Almost everyone loves to party it up for Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Carnival or whatever you choose to call the bacchanal celebrated every year at this time. But what about Lent?

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