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Spliffs & S’mores: Rules for Consuming Cannabis at Parks Canada Campsites

Parks Canada now allows campers to consume cannabis in all campsites and reservations for the 2019 season open this week. As per classic Canadian politics however, where, when and who can smoke vary by province. Some basic national rules: adults of the legal age can carry 30 grams...

Dissolvable Cannabinoids: A New Frontier in Cannabis Consumables

Let’s face it, not everybody is a fan of cannabis-infused edibles. No matter how hard you try to mask that signature cannabis flavour, an aftertaste or odour is often still detectable in many infused products. Solving the flavour problem is no easy task, but a new preparation may offer solutions. Flavourless,...

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Media Officials covers, creates, prioritizes and promotes stories that affect the wellbeing of life on Earth and the health of the planet. Media Officials uses blockchain and custom algorithms to instantly issue members financial rewards for content, shares, votes, fact checking and more. Here are some of the problems that Media Officials are solving. Making climate...

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Chris Jacobs: Dems’ single-payer health care bill raises these serious questions

On Tuesday, the House’s Democratic majority will hold its first formal proceedings on single payer health care legislation. The Rules Committee hearing will give supporters an opportunity to move past simplistic rhetoric and answer specific questions about H.R. 1384, the House single payer bill, such as: Section 102(a) makes “every...

5 Tips for Living a Healthy Lifestyle

Living healthy isn’t always cheap. Everything from gym memberships or personal trainers to buying organic produce comes at a cost. When you’re living on a fixed income as you plan for retirement, you don’t want to be spending a lot of money on what could be considered luxuries.

5 Advantages of Wearing Orthopedic Shoes

Only about 20% of people have so-called "perfect feet." For these people, the shape of their foot is neutral enough that they don't need any type of additional support to help it hold its shape when it is supporting the weight of the body. Only about 20% of...

Vancouver stem cell researcher among $100K Gairdner Award winners

TORONTO — A Vancouver-based researcher is among this year’s winners of the $100,000 Canada Gairdner Awards for her contributions to the study of stem cells and commitment to the advancement of women in science. Over five decades, Dr. Connie Jean Eaves, who co-founded the Terry Fox Laboratory at...

Plant-based drinks aren’t healthier options for kids: experts

Canada's dietitians and pediatricians are discouraging parents from relying on plant-based drinks - such as rice, coconut and almond milks - as the main beverage for babies and young kids. Dr. Catherine Pound of the Canadian Paediatric Society said Wednesday that some plant-based beverages are not fortified with any...

What Is Celtuce And Is It Healthy?

This veggie is PACKED with nutrients. Don’t tell kale or celery, but an underrated green is coming for the throne. And her name is celtuce. While it sounds like a manufactured hybrid veggie (is it like...celery and lettuce?), celtuce is au naturale, baby. Celtuce is native...

Allergy season nothing to sneeze about

Spring has sprung and for some of us that brings tears to our eyes! If you’re amongst the 20% who suffer from seasonal allergies, especially allergic rhinitis (commonly known as hay fever), the warmer season arrives with mixed feelings. And lots of tissues. “Allergies are a...

Study: Brain Stem Cells Age Faster in MS Patients

Brain stem cells in people with the most severe form of multiple sclerosis look much older than they really are, according to a study led by UConn Health and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The prematurely old cells act differently in the brain than normal

How to Claim Medical Marijuana on Your Canadian Income Tax Return

During tax season, we all hope to receive a nice little return from the Government. At the very least, we hope to not owe them anything. Turns out, if you use marijuana for medical purposes, your tax return could receive a bit of a boost. In 2015, the

Why Does Cannabis Get You ‘High’ and Make You Feel Good?

You’ve probably heard of the commonly held myth about the chemical that is blamed (or credited) for the cannabis high: dopamine. Many media reports over the past few decades explain that THC induces a “flood of dopamine” that causes the pleasurable “high” cherished by recreational cannabis consumers. Where did the media...

There’s a Lot More to Humboldt County Than ‘Murder Mountain’

No need for a spoiler alert, because I haven’t yet watched "Murder Mountain," a new true crime docu-series that promises to peel back the Redwood Curtain, revealing the violence and mayhem that lies at the heart of Humboldt County, California—a.k.a. “Weed Country.” If you’re in search of a comprehensive review and...

The Best California Dispensaries to Buy Cannabis Seeds & Clones

Growing your own cannabis is now legal in California under Proposition 64. If you happen to smoke often, consider gardening mandatory. This simple but revolutionary act will save you hundreds or thousands of dollars, provide a fun hobby, and give you access to rare cultivars that you can’t find at local dispensaries. Plus, watching cannabis...

Selecting a Cannabis Phenotype: How to Get the Best Version of Your Strain

Ever wonder why the same strain of cannabis can be slightly different, depending on which store you get it at? A gram of OG Kush from one grower who sells to a particular dispensary will be slightly different from another grower’s OG Kush at the dispensary across town. Although they are the same strain,...

Seeking the Secret of the Munchies: One Scientist’s Quest

Every cannabis consumer knows that strain of Presidential OG may inspire you to finish an entire bag of stale potato chips, with no regard for the consequences. But why? That question has had Jon Davis hot-boxing lab rats for the past year. "There's some very powerful communication between the...

California Athletes’ Best Cannabis Topicals, Patches, and Edibles

Whoops, the holidays happened and we’re all a bit bigger for it. Also super-sized: our fitness goals for 2019. While cannabis gets a bad rap for the munchies, that rep is dated. You can help your body recover after spin class or a challenging weightlifting session by integrating cannabis-based products into...

Cannabis-Infused Dinner Parties: How Much Is Too Much?

It should come as no surprise to anyone that infusing cannabis into exquisite culinary dishes would eventually occur and become, not necessarily fashionable, but an important mode of cannabis consumption. Cooking is an art—a sensuous, satiating enterprise, swirling in a myriad of colours and textures. Adding cannabis to your sumptuous...

A Simple Super Soil Recipe for Your Cannabis

Biodiversity is the key when it comes to building a proper organic medium. Soil life thrives on diversity. That being said, there are a few things to keep in mind with building a soil that caters to growing cannabis. How to Amend Organic Soil An organic soil can be amended with only...

How to Make Cannabis-infused Butter

Cannabis-infused butter (cannabutter) is one of the simplest and most common ways to make infused cannabis edibles. However, making infused butter can be a little bit tricky. In order to activate its psychoactive potential, the flower must be heated slowly at a low temperature. This recipe will first guide you through...

5 Cannabis Breeders Who Changed the Game

Cannabis—like asparagus, dates, mulberry, ginkgo, persimmons, and spinach—is a dioecious species, meaning that the male and female reproductive structures involved in propagation are typically found on different individual plants, rather than on a single plant (as in a monoecious species). Cannabis is also an annual, so it dies off each...

Canadian Cannabis Moments We’re Looking Forward to in 2019

It’s hard to believe that legalization was just a few months ago. And, while the rollout of cannabis legalization in Canada has been nothing short of a rocky, there are a bunch of exciting developments on the horizon. The future of cannabis in Canada is looking bright. Here are 7 key...

The New Methods & Technologies of Curing Cannabis

After watching your cannabis plants grow for months and months, it’s harvest time. You trim your crop, dry the buds, and finally, you’re ready to smoke the fruits of your labours. Not so fast. Now you have to let the buds cure. Curing is an integral part of the growing process,...

What to Do With Cannabis Stalks, Leaves, & Stems From Harvest

Growing cannabis is all about producing large, aromatic colas, but at the end of harvest, we’re left with much more than just that—stalks, leaves, soil, and roots. Largely these materials end up in the dump or in your city’s composting program, but what if you could utilize these materials to...

How This Expert Pairs Cannabis with Wine and Cuisine

When I rolled up at a stately purple Victorian whose address I’d only received hours before, Jamie Evans—better known as “the Herb Somm”—was waiting to greet me with warmth and charm. A vivacious oenophile and expert in Old World vintages, Evans is actively translating the language of tastings and terroir from the established wine...

From Point A to B: How to Transport Cannabis by Car

It’s clear that it’s illegal, across Canada, to consume cannabis while you’re driving, or to drive under the influence of cannabis. What is less clear is how you can safely–and legally–transport cannabis in a vehicle, and these laws, and the interpretation of those laws, can vary by jurisdiction. In Newfoundland and Labrador,...

Here’s How You Can Roll an Awesome Joint

The joint is one of the more iconic ways to consume cannabis, and it’s a great way to enjoy the flavour of your flower. Every cannabis smoker should learn how to roll a joint. There are countless opinions on the different ways of rolling a joint, but...

How Estrogen Heightens Cannabis Sensitivity

Men and women’s brains are different. This is not unique to humans, but instead is pervasive throughout the animal kingdom. Sex differences can be found at all levels, from the brain cell through behaviour of the entire organism, and these differences impact how the different sexes respond to everything from...

Marijuana and the Military: Just Follow Orders

As a non-combat veteran of the U.S. Army, I’ve never had the need to use cannabis to alleviate or minimize the effects of PTSD. My cannabis use has always been purely recreational and didn’t begin until well after I transitioned out of the service. My military...

A Home Grower’s Guide to Healthy Cannabis Roots

The source of a healthy cannabis plant is a healthy root system. Roots provide a network for collecting and transferring water, oxygen, and nutrients to your growing plants. These three things are pulled from the soil into the root system and transferred to the rest of the...

Indoor vs. Greenhouse vs. Outdoor Cannabis: Which Should You Buy?

When it comes to which type of cannabis to buy, the common belief is: indoor = that fire, and outdoor = that garbage. But in reality, there’s no such thing as a “best” type of cannabis. Instead, the choice all comes down to consumer preference and a desired experience. The Methods:...

7 Signs You May Want a Cannabis Tolerance Break

There are a lot of reasons to take a break from getting high, and you might currently be considering stepping away for a bit but feel weird because cannabis has been your best friend since day one. You’re not alone; it’s perfectly normal for cannabis consumers to give up their...
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Spliffs & S’mores: Rules for Consuming Cannabis at Parks Canada Campsites
Parks Canada now allows campers to consume cannabis in all campsites and reservations for the 2019 season open this week. As per classic Canadian politics however, where, when and who can smoke vary by province. Some basic...

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