Posts Categorized: Cannabis

My generation was part of the “hippie” movement: the free-love, LSD-taking, marijuana-smoking, counter-culture allure that spanned the U.S. in the 1960’s. Forty years later… An article by Peter Rowe in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, February 18th stated that from 2006 to 2013, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported a 250%…

I’ve received many emails asking about the status of the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment–the legislation that prevents the U.S. Justice Department from interfering with state medicinal marijuana programs. (BTW, thanks for contacting me.) Attached to previous budget bills, the amendment has been carried forward with the last four budget debates. The most recent was February 8th, which…

According to an article in Sunday’s December 17th, 2017 Los Angeles Times, the legalized marijuana industry is projected to grow to $7 billion by 2002. In preparation, California, banks, and federal regulators are working together to create a “green banking system.”   Under this new system, one bank would be designated as a central repository…

A California Republican, Representative Dana Rohrabacher, and an Oregon Democrat, Earl Blumenauer, co-authored the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer Amendment that prevents federal interference in medical marijuana programs that 46 states legalized. This legislation prohibits federal funds from being used to prosecute medicinal marijuana businesses, and protects patients and their caregivers from being arrested or prosecuted for using a…

In response to my September 26, 2017 blog about Modernizing Marijuana Retail Stores, my friend Lea Claveran shared that she is using a CBD-based skin care product called CRAVE. CBD, also known as canabinoid cannabidiol, is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds in marijuana and comes in oils, edibles, vapes, and flowers. In case…