Aug 192016
 August 19, 2016
CHARLO'S PLACE | Solventless Extraction with Nikka T

Charlogreene.com Today, DJ and hash innovator Nikka T swings by Charlo Greene’s Place to discuss solventless extraction and effective marketing. SHARE and subscribe at CharloGreene.com for the latest cannabis news, exclusive interviews and useful reviews.

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Aug 172016
 August 17, 2016
CHARLO'S PLACE | Collective Gardening with Rooms to Grow

Charlogreene.com  Today, Alison Powers Helsley swings by Charlo’s Place to discuss the innovative approach she’s taking to help Colorado residents to grow their own cannabis with Rooms To Grow Listen and learn about collective gardens. SHARE and subscribe at CharloGreene.com for more of the latest cannabis news exclusive interviews and exclusive reviews.

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Aug 162016
 August 16, 2016
CHARLO'S PLACE | The Canna Catwalk Fusion Fashion Show, Cannabis After Meth Addiction & Canna Latino

Charlogreene.com What do you get when you cross cannabis culture with fashion week? Ana Izquierdo is here to answer that question and share more about the inspiration behind the Canna Catwalk fusion fashion show (cannacatwalk.com). Ana Izquierdo is Colorado cannabis activist who has made it her mission to spread knowledge and information about the benefits of marijuana, after she says cannabis helped to elevate her quality of life following years of meth addiction. Hear how Ana says cannabis has affected her recovery from a meth addiction. Learn how you can get involved in Colorado’s first fusion fashion show. AND Did

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BTS: CHARLO’S PLACE | How to Buy Weed in Michigan

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Aug 122016
 August 12, 2016
BTS: CHARLO'S PLACE | How to Buy Weed in Michigan

Charlogreene.com On August 13, the Minority Cannabis Business Association will be holding the MCBA Cannabis Diversity Summit in Detroit. While shooting a behind the scenes for Charlo’s Place at Holistic Health Wayne, they discussed how to obtain a medical cannabis card in Michigan and what to expect if it’s your first time in a dispensary. SHARE and subscribe at CharloGreene.com

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Jul 312016
 July 31, 2016
A 2016 Ballot Guide for Marijuana Users

Written by Kelly Voe from Dope Magazine In November, will you be dropping a dab or a ballot? Hopefully, you’re doing both. Fifty-eight percent of Americans support legalizing marijuana, according to a 2015 Gallup Poll. That means that 2016 could be the year that cannabis leaves the shadows and shines in the spotlight. Twenty states are looking to pass cannabis laws and, even more importantly, cannabis is on the national stage. Get educated to use your vote to make a difference. THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES BOX 1: Hillary Clinton A vote for Hillary is a puff for cannabis. She’s expressed

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Jul 292016
 July 29, 2016
5 Reason Stoners Should Embrace Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go is a phenomenon, no question. In case you have been living under a rock, on mars, it’s an augmented reality app that makes anyone with a smartphone a potential pokemon master. The goal is to catch them all, and to do so you’ll have to visit plenty of poke-stops throughout your city and walk A LOT to hatch eggs. It was an instant success, garnering more active users per day than Twitter or Tinder. For the first week at least, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wasn’t playing Pokemon Go. Stoners obviously weren’t the target market

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Jul 232016
 July 23, 2016
The Good Word on Vaporizers

By The Reverend Dr. Mitchell Earleywine Devotees of the plant, please gather around. Although knowledge is scarce, we have it right here. Many a man and woman has asked the burning question: Do vaporizers work? I can only say that in The Church of Empiricism we have done our due diligence, gathered the data, and drawn definitive conclusions tempered only by the usual cautions inherent in Science with a capital “S.” The work began with simple reports from cannabis connoisseurs. Those who used vaporizers reported fewer symptoms of bronchitis, including the dreaded tightness in the chest, the belabored morning cough,

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Jul 182016
 July 18, 2016
Rescheduling Pot: Bad For the Nation's Cannabis Industry, Good For The State of Illinois?

This article is written by Bob Morgan, health care Special Counsel at law firm Much Shelist. For more articles from Bob Morgan, visit www.muchshelist.com/attorney/bob-morgan. By now you have all heard the rumors that the federal government may change cannabis from a Schedule I drug to Schedule II under the U.S. Controlled Substances Act. This would be the biggest thing to happen to Cannabis since Nixon decided he wanted a statement on marijuana that “just tears the ass out of them” 45 years ago. There are hundreds of questions that will need to be answered if that decision occurs, as alluded

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Jul 152016
 July 15, 2016
The Entire Medical Cannabis Movement Grew Out of the Deep Love of Two Gay Men

“The entire medical cannabis movement grew out of the deep love of 2 gay men for each other & the world. Pride!” We were hella shocked when Steve DeAngelo sent out that tweet recently. Not because we’re homophobes, dude. Or don’t believe the guy. Afterall the dude’s among the ten most prominent people in pot says Fortune magazine, he’s authored the popular Cannabis Manifesto that picks up where preeminent pot activist Jack Herer left off and he runs a couple of the largest and most successful medical marijuana dispensaries on the planet. He also fought the law. And guess what?

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Jun 302016
 June 30, 2016
Portland Bike Tours for Cannabis Enthusiasts

Pedal Bike Tours has offered historical tours of the Portland and Honolulu areas via people-powered transportation since 2007. On October 1st, 2015, when early adult use/recreational marijuana sales began in Oregon, they launched a new project, Portland Pot Tours. Sarah Gilbert, who has been with the company for almost two years, came up with the idea and said it was a “slam dunk with the staff…everyone loved it! And the response we received from the cannabis industry was excellent.” Tour attendees visit two dispensaries, two glass shops, and make two snack stops. Gilbert adds that the tours are almost entirely

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