Christopher Teague

Christopher Teague has been writing for the HERB and the cannabis community for years. He is also Founder / President / Creative Director for The Official Cannabis Book of World Records. Unity through Compassion!

When Colorado legalized recreational cannabis in 2012, some neighboring states were furious, claiming “their sins are spilling over into our communities”.

Here is a simple guide to help you properly care for your crop, to help you avoid learning any watering mistakes the hard way.

Back in 2013, Uruguay became the first country to legalize marijuana, but how much green can you get for your green?

At the recent UN Narcotics meeting in Vienna, some of the most violent persecutors of drug offenders, including several nations who institute the death penalty for drugs, had booths full of propaganda.

The CDC’s ruling is another win for common sense… and common decency.

For what amounts to the first time in history, a body of government is going to pay reparations for the devastating harms it inflicted incarcerating people for a plant!

Today, the savviest businesses in the legal marijuana industry are the ones selling grow equipment and supplies. No personal risk, high reward. In Argentina, that business is booming.

Shares for the company went up 125 percent after trial showed patients taking the drug achieved a reduction in monthly seizures of 39 percent. For a sufferer of this syndrome, that is life-altering.

With so many combinations, the scent of cannabis is more than just the sum of its parts.

Don’t feel bad, with legalization, there a lot of people just learning about buying pot for the first time. We have to be there to help them along.

When it comes to growing organic marijuana, take pride in the learning process, and all your hard work. Your body will thank you, and so will the Earth.

Eventually leaving Idaho for the safety of Oregon… she has become a modern-day Harriet Tubman, co-founding The Undergreen Railroad, which helps people raise money and organize interstate moves to medical marijuana-friendly states.

If you are lucky enough to be well connected in New York, you might know someone who knows someone who can get you an invitation to one of these clandestine cooking events.

“The conventions, as I mentioned, do have a substantial amount of discretionary authority built in them. They do not require, in the text of the convention, the criminalization of the consumption of a product.”

In this video, National Geographic travels to Israel to speak with the father of Cannabis research, Dr. Raphael Mechoulam.

Legalization has brought higher quality, safer, cheaper cannabis into the market, cutting profits out of cartel pockets at the source.

“Every year, billions of pounds are put into the pockets of organised criminals selling cannabis, and vast amounts of police time and resources are wasted, going after those using the drug,” – health spokesman Norman Lamb.

Thorsten Rudoff hopes that while the government doesn’t care about the people, the people will care enough about themselves and each other to fund the beginning of the study

People can’t grow it but large companies can, then charge outrageous prices for it. What a great business model. It is akin to outlawing breastfeeding while making a profit selling baby formula.

On February 1st, they felt supremely confident turning in over 99,000 signatures. However, on March 1st, the State office reported that they found 47,686 of those signatures didn’t count.

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