Shelby Hartman

Shelby Hartman is Associate Editor at Herb. She's reported on cannabis and drug policy for VICE, LA Weekly, and Quartz, among others.

The show’s creator tried to convince the network to change its mind.

'Scrubs' Star Says ABC Killed An Episode About Medical Marijuana

When we compare weed to alcohol, we reinforce the idea that they’re similar.

Why It Makes No Sense to Compare Weed to Alcohol

The other names were Octavia, Luna, and Houdini for the Vancouver Aquarium’s newest resident.

A close up of octopi tentacles. The Vancouver Aquarium just named their newest octopus after Seth Rogen.

Hora Skincare is a part of a larger trend to make CBD mainstream.

Woman holds CBD-infused Hora skincare product

Ready to deepen your relationship with the cannabis plant? Try these things.

In this photo, a man is shown smoking a joint. We explore in this article why cannabis is the ultimate self-care tool

The actress thinks we need to start having informed conversations about cannabis.

Kristen Bell uses CBD daily, she said on daytime talk show The View. Here, she's shown acting in THE GOOD PLACE -- "What's My Motivation" Episode 111

Today, more than a century of prohibition ends.

It's Official: Legal Weed is On Sale in Canada. Here, a crowd is shown celebrating

Makeup artist Edwin Monzon could never find a vegan mascara that worked as well as traditional ones: until he discovered Milk Kush Mascara.

Woman applies Milk Kush Mascara

CBD doesn’t just treat one condition, it treats the whole person—mind, body and spirit. That’s why CBD for women holds such powerful potential to generate wellness.

CBD for women helps a person get a restful nights sleep

Legal weed shipments across state lines would transform the cannabis industry.

Will Oregon Be The First State To Allow weed shipments across state lines? Here, a semi truck is shown on a highway

Ever wondered what drugs can be mixed with weed? This is the perfect starting place.

What drugs can be mixed with weed? This chart tells you. Here, someone is pictured rolling a joint

Rappers, bands, and actors were all stopped on their way into the Canadian music awards for a very important question: what’s their favorite music for smoking weed?

Shawn Mendes poses backstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City. He spoke with a reporter before the MMVAs about the best music for smoking weed. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/VMN18/Getty Images)

Women can and should use cannabis for a variety of everyday ailments, Goldberg writes, but they just don’t know about it.

Actress Whoopi Goldberg speaks during the 15th annual official Star Trek convention at the Rio Hotel & Casino on August 4, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She recently penned an opEd from for the Orange County Register on why women should use cannabis. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images)

Reports came out earlier this year about investors in Canadian cannabis companies being banned from the U.S. for life. Now, it appears anyone who works in the industry can be turned around at the border.

Botham Jean, 26, was in his own apartment when a police officer mistook it for her own and shot him to death.

A photo of Botham Jean, who was fatally shot by a police officer in his apartment on Sept. 6.

Tired of all the debate? Let us help you debunk the most common marijuana myths.

An employee analyzes the quality of marijuana at a greenhouse near Empalme Olmos, Canelones department, Uruguay on August 23, 2018. One of the most common marijuana myths is that prohibition should be upheld because cannabis hasn't been proven to be safe. On the contrary, legalization ensures that it is by instituting regulations like lab testing. (Photo by Miguel ROJO/ AFP/Getty Images)

Teens buy weed easily on social media and, then, they sell it to their peers.

A teenage scooter boy smoking a spliff in Luton, UK in 2004. A new report found teens buy weed more easily than alcohol in the UK.

According to official government data, young Americans are consuming cannabis at higher rates than previous generations. Is that a good thing?

. More 19 to 22-Year-Old Americans Are Consuming Cannabis Than Ever Before. Here, a young man is shown hitting a bowl

A 29-year-old man sentenced to death for cannabis oil in Malaysia has inspired a petition signed by nearly 10,000 people.

Malaysian Man Sentenced to Death for Cannabis Oil Given to Patients. Here, a shadow of a man is shown beside a noose

With legalization around the corner, colleges debate what to do about weed smoking on campus.

Most universities prohibit weed smoking on campus. Here, two students are shown smoking at sunset

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