Sep 232016
 September 23, 2016
CHARLO'S PLACE | Birthday Cyber Sesh

Charlogreene.com The Lynching of Charlo Greene Blog Post #2: It’s my birthday. 2 years ago today I broke the entire fucking internet and became a living legend at 26 for executing one of the greatest PR plays that resulted in Alaska legalizing weed. Today is more my birthday, than my biological birthday. I’m gonna celebrate – with weed. What followed after ‘fuck it’: I created Alaska’s only safe access point, the Alaska Cannabis Club, which remains the only safe place for the state’s thousands of medical patients I created Go Greene, a nonprofit that organizes the successful Cannabis Diversity Summit

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Sep 222016
 September 22, 2016
New Poll Finds Majority of Nevada Voters Support Legalizing Cannabis

New polling shows that a majority of voters in Nevada are in favor legalizing cannabis. The poll’s release comes less than 50 days before voters will get their say on Question 2 to legalize recreational cannabis for everyone 21 and older. According to the new KTNV-TV 13 Action News/Rasmussen Reports poll, 53% of voters in Nevada support legalizing cannabis. Just 39% oppose the move, with 8% undecided. The results mark a modest but steady increase from a KTNV-TV 13 Action News/Rasmussen Reports poll released in July which found support for legalization to be at 50%, with opposition at 41%; the

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Sep 222016
 September 22, 2016
181 Oregon Dispensaries in 90 Days: Meet Ralph

I had the pleasure of meeting Ralph, or Dad Ralph or Ralph Red Hat to some, a few weeks ago at a party that Serra Cannabis had in Portland. In discussing all things cannabis at the event, I learned that Ralph had visited all of Portland’s 181 dispensaries, or “pot shops” as Ralph affectionately calls them, over the summer. “I got tired of walking to the downtown shops and heard there were 125 in the whole city. I checked the Oregon Government website and found that there were actually 181 and knew I had to see them all,” Ralph explained

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Sep 222016
 September 22, 2016
Travel Guru Rick Steves Touring Massachusetts in Support of Legalization Initiative, to Donate $100,000

Rick Steves, host of the popular and long-running PBS series Rick Steves’ Europe, has agreed to make a matching donation of $100,000 to the campaign behind Massachusetts’ Question 4 which would legalize cannabis and is up for  a vote this November. Steves’ will also be touring the state in support of Question 4. Steves, who is also a popular author and known philanthropist, was a key supporter of Washington’s Initiative 502 which was approved by voters in 2012. Back then he toured the state in support of the initiative and made financial contributions, as he plans to do in Massachusetts.

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Sep 212016
 September 21, 2016
Cannabis is Not a Gateway Drug, Admits U.S. Attorney General

In a statement made a recent town hall in Richmond, Kentucky, U.S. Attorney General Lorett Lynch admitted that cannabis is not a gateway drug, which is one of the most prominent arguments made in opposition to legalizing cannabis (that it leads to the use of harder drugs). During the town hall in Richmond, being held as part of President Obama’s National Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week (quite a mouth full), Lynch was asked by a Madison Central High School student whether she believes that the use of cannabis among students will lead to opioid abuse.   “There a

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Sep 212016
 September 21, 2016
Market for Hemp Food to Increase Over 20% by 2020

Research and Markets has announced a new report titled Global Hemp-Based Foods Market 2016-2020, which estimates the growth rate of the hemp food market over the next several years. “Scientists believe that humans have been cultivating hemp for over ten thousand years, owing to its nutritional, medicinal, and industrial properties”, begins the report. “As a crop, hemp is known to be one of humanity’s first domesticated crops. Over the years, hemp-based foods have emerged as “superfoods” in the health and wellness food category in North American and European markets.”   The analysts forecast the global hemp-based foods market “to grow

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Sep 212016
 September 21, 2016
How to Make Ganja Guacamole

  The possibilities for cooking and baking with cannabis are endless, but how about a fresh treat that is cannabis infused and healthy? This ganja guacamole from Herb is sure to please. Ingredients: 4 avocados, peeled skin and pits removed, one pit reserved 1 cucumber, peeled skin and seeds removed, diced ½ cup chopped green onions, white and green parts 2 cloves garlic, minced ½ cup THC oil 1 jalapeno pepper ½ cup firmly packed cilantro, chopped Juice from 2 limes 1 teaspoon salt Method: Combine all the ingredients in a blender (or food processor). Blend until the mixture is

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CHARLO’S PLACE | Chris from Cyco Nutrients

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Sep 202016
 September 20, 2016
CHARLO'S PLACE | Chris from Cyco Nutrients

Charlogreene.com Today on Charlo, Chris from Cyco Nutrients discussing cannabis cultivation.. SHARE this post if you think this information can help someone you know! Subscribe at CharloGreene.com and HERflower.co for the latest cannabis news, exclusive interviews and useful reviews.  

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Sep 202016
 September 20, 2016
Washington D.C. Mayor to Propose Doubling Possession Limit for Patients

In Washington D.C. – the capital of the United States – the possession and use of medical cannabis is legal for those who receive a recommendation from a physician. Patients can purchase their cannabis from a licensed dispensary, although they can only purchase and possess up to two ounces in a given month. However, that may soon change as the district’s mayor will soon introduce a proposal that would double this limit. According to Aaron C. Davis, a reporter for the Washington Post, Mayor Bowser “will propose doubling to 4 ounces how much weed medical marijuana patients can buy a

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Sep 202016
 September 20, 2016
Cannabis as a Treatment for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a condition in which chronic widespread pain is the primary complaint. It is most often diagnosed in women and has a high prevalence in individuals with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. For many patients, the Fibromyalgia diagnosis may have come after decades of trial and error of various therapies, and stagnant conversations with a doctor who may have believed that “it’s all in your head”. However, as more and more physicians and patients affirm, Fibromyalgia is very much a real condition, and one that is quite complex. In addition to persistent pain, which varies in intensity from day to day, Fibromyalgia patients

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