7 Tips and Tricks for the Boundless CFX Vaporizer

Read the Instruction Manual While this might seem like an obvious thing to say, it might surprise you how many people dive straight in without reading the instructions. Each vaporizer works in different ways, to find out the best way to prime your Boundless CFX for optimal use is to read the manual. By reading the manual you will learn all about the functions and uses for your unit and therefore lose the potential to waste time with trial and Read entire story

This Week’s After-Christmas Marijuana News

Christmas has now come and gone, and it’s not time for the New Year yet, so I suppose it’s time to catch up on some marijuana news before the year ends. To save you some time, we’ve compiled some of the most interesting marijuana news stories for you. Enjoy. Mexico will start selling marijuana products very soon Mexican officials announced recently that Mexico will soon start selling products that contain marijuana early this Read entire story

Pot Activists Try to Halt Flow of False DEA Info

Pro-marijuana activists want the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to stop disseminating false information about cannabis. Led by the nonprofit Americans for Safe Access, a group of pot supporters recently delivered nearly 100,000 signatures to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. The petitions ask the Obama Administration to take action before Donald Trump takes the office of president. Organizers are especially fearful of Read entire story

‘Hollyweed’ Sign Suspect Arrested

Authorities have arrested a man suspected of altering the iconic Hollywood sign so that it read “Hollyweed” on January 1. Thirty-year-old Zachary Cole Fernandez voluntarily surrendered to Hollywood detectives, with his attorney at his side, yesterday, authorities said. He was booked on suspicion of trespassing. An artist of the same name told Vice magazine that he and his wife were behind the early morning prank on New Year’s Read entire story

Hollywood Sign Could Get More Security After ‘Hollyweed’ Stunt

The nonprofit group that takes care of the iconic Hollywood sign in Los Angeles says it’s considering tougher security measures after a man allegedly altered the sign over the holiday weekend so that it temporarily read “Hollyweed.” Chris Baumgart, chairman of the Hollywood Sign Trust, told KTLA News that “we will determine this week where the link was that was weak, then we will upgrade there.” Cops say a man Read entire story

Latest Poll Finds Big Support for California Legalization

The latest poll on Prop. 64, the initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana in California, shows the biggest support yet for the measure. Or rather, pollsters at the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley found that 63.8 percent of those asked support “the idea” of legalization — not necessarily the specifics of 64. Still, that’s a high number — almost two-thirds of those polled. In fact, this Read entire story

Initiative to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Arizona Qualifies for November Ballot as Prop. 205

On Thursday, state officials informed the supporters of The Initiative to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Arizona that the initiative has qualified for this November’s ballot as Proposition 205. In less than three months, the people of Arizona will determine whether to end marijuana prohibition and regulate marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol. Eighty-three years ago, Arizona voters approved a ballot measure to repeal the failed Read entire story

L.A. Official Suggests Pot Advertising Ban

An L.A. city official is concerned that marijuana advertising could be coming to television in California if November’s Prop. 64 is passed by the state’s voters. The initiative would legalize recreational pot for those 21 and up. Mitchell Englander, the L.A. City Council’s only Republican and a reserve LAPD cop, proposed recently that city lawyers look at the possibility of banning cannabis ads on local TV should Prop. 64 pass. Read entire story

Check Out Los Angeles’ Marijuana Mansion Party

On August 13, Los Angeles proved it’s one of the top locations for high end marijuana parties. The Marijuana Mansion in the Hollywood Hills threw a party attended by politicians, growers, celebrities and even royalty, and it was certainly something to see. The party was thrown by Michael “BigMike” Straumietis, who owns the cannabis fertilizer brand Advanced Nutrients. He lives at the Marijuana Mansion, and he’s been in Read entire story

Jill Stein and Gary Johnson on Marijuana

With the election approaching, and people realizing they have to choose between the two most unpopular candidates in history, many are wondering what’s going on with these third party candidates. Are they likely to win? No. Should we check out what they’re all about anyway? Why not. [Photo by Gage Skidmore/Flickr]Jill Stein Jill Stein is the Green Party candidate for president. She currently only has around 4 percent of the vote, but Read entire story

The Number of Americans Who Use Pot Doubles

Mad Dog OG The percentage of Americans who admit they use marijuana has nearly doubled since 2013. That’s according to the latest poll from the Gallup organization. It found that while 7 percent of respondents in 2013 admitted using pot regularly, 13 percent of them do today. Nearly half of all Americans — 43 percent — say they’ve tried cannabis at least once, according to the poll. The percentage in 1969 was only four Read entire story

A Map of Where Americans Smoke the Most Weed

Have you ever been traveling and wondered if the people in that part of the country smoke a lot of marijuana? Well, now you can make an educated guess, because the Washington Post has released a map that uses Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) data to show what parts of the country are getting high. Source: The Washington Post As you can see, Northern California, Northern Washington, most of Colorado, Central Maine Read entire story

Initiative to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Maine Will Appear as ‘Question 1’ on November Ballot

On Monday, Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap announced that the initiative to regulate marijuana like alcohol will appear as Question 1 on the November ballot. Question 1 will read: “Do you want to allow the possession and use of marijuana under state law by persons who are at least 21 years of age, and allow the cultivation, manufacture, distribution, testing, and sale of marijuana and marijuana products subject to state regulation, taxation Read entire story

Seattle Hempfest Review

On August 17th was official opened the twenty-first Hempfest in Seattle, the biggest event in the marijuana industry! More than 300.000 persons attended what is now the biggest hemp fair in the USA. Many hemp products were on presentation and lectures were held. As the organizers describe it on their website, “Each year, we give birth to a beautiful, bouncing Seattle Hempfest. Each year her gestation is different, The City and Parks Departments Read entire story