Cannabis can stay pretty fresh for a surprisingly long time under ideal storage conditions such as airtight glass containers. If it's been adequately harvested, dried, cured.
There is an ancient cannabis creation that even some of the most experienced cannabis connoisseurs may be unfamiliar with, and it is a unique commodity truly worth experiencing
Marijuana moon rocks, commonly known as the caviar of cannabis, might be the most expensive bit of nug you'll find on the dispensaries' menu.
As the cannabis industry has grown over the past few years, the market share attributed to cannabis extracts has begun to climb even faster. So far, Ethanol extraction is believed to be the best overall solvent for Cannabis extraction.
There is no wrong or right answer. Some people like them because they exemplify status, others think there is a sort of magical or mystical quality to them.
The two major types of cannabis plants are Indica and Sativa. Each strain has its own effects on the mind and body. Indica strains generally provide a sense of deep body relaxation and can have a wide range of medicinal benefits. Here we discuss everything you need to know about Indica.
From a chemistry perspective, cannabis is quite interesting. The genetic compounds that make up the plant are called cannabinoids. In any given plant, there can be hundreds of cannabinoids, all of which can have slightly varying effects when consumed. Cannabinoids are pretty universal and can be found in other plants and animals as well.
What do you think of when you hear the word: terpenes, terps or terpenoids? Maybe you’re a legend grower or a vetted budtender, in which case you already know, but maybe it’s a new term for you.
Sativa is generally thought of in contrast to Indica and is known for inducing a cerebral head high. That’s true, but there’s more to Sativa than a head high. Here we discuss everything you need to know about Sativa.
The word Ganja is a Hindi name for hemp, originally derived from the word ganjha, from the ancient language of Sanskrit. So how did a word with Indian roots become so popular in a Jamaican society? Further, how did the word “ganja” earn its reputation that it has today in our global society?