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As the enthusiastic founder and president of Craft Elixirs, Jamie Hoffman frequently hears the question,“What do I do with this?” “I’ll usually rattle off my favorite things to do with the syrup… add it to sparkling soda, use it to top pancakes or ice cream, or drizzle it on fruit!” She and her dedicated crew of […]

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Cannabis can stimulate appetite, reduce anxiety, and make you feel more emotionally open. So it’s no wonder that some people would want to incorporate a little marijuana into their festivities and food over the Thanksgiving holiday. You don’t have to be a culinary expert to spice up your Thanksgiving meal with cannabis. If you live […]

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Kaity Evans gives her Great Dane Ziggy, 11, a Treatibles cannabis pill wrapped in salami at their apartment in Oakland on Thursday. To the left is her husband Tim Evans. Jane Tyska — Bay Area News Group Every July 4th,… read more at: http://www.montereyherald.com/lifestyle/20161120/pet-owners-try-cannabis-edibles-tinctures-to-ease-animal-anxiety-arthritis-and-more

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Dear Mother, I’m not a cook, but I love edibles. I don’t have the patience to sit there and make canna-butter. Is there an easier way to get some pot in my food? Can’t I just sprinkle it on some popcorn?! — No Chef Here Dear Culinary Virgin, I totally get it. There are times […]

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Thanksgiving is one of the few days every year when it’s socially acceptable to pile your plate high with food and pig out. Is it possible to make this day even better? How about all of the favorite Thanksgiving dishes infused with cannabis? This is our most impressive Green Rush Daily Thanksgiving menu. With the […]

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When Snoop Dogg and Martha got together in 2009 to make brownies, sparks flew! And apparently one of those metaphoric sparks must have landed on a pile of ganja in Snoop’s limo and smoldered away for years, until, stoked by the winds of legalization sweeping the country, it blazed up into a stony entertainment synergy inferno […]

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Relished far and wide and everywhere in between, Mindy Segal’s desserts are a product of commitment, passion and innovation. Her collaboration with Illinois-based cultivating and processing company Cresco Labs has launched her sweet treats into the world of cannabis. The products hit shelves last month in Illinois. DOPE Magazine caught up with Mindy to chat […]

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The Place On a sunny ridge in the Santa Cruz Mountains, bright green cannabis plants sway in the breeze, melding into an emerald redwood forest. It is here that Dr. Atomix grows the medicinal foundation for his cannabis-infused cookies. “In order to have an exceptional cookie, you must use only the finest ingredients,” Dr. Atomix […]

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Most of the state’s top officials opposed last week’s ballot question legalizing recreational use of marijuana, just as they opposed medical marijuana in 2012 and decriminalization in 2008. Massachusetts voters approved it anyway, by a comfortable margin, and officials are duty-bound to implement the will of the voters. Those who voted in favor of Question […]

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Voters in eight states approved marijuana issues on Election Day, significantly expanding the footprint where Americans can use the drug as medicine or for recreation. But it remains to be seen whether President-elect Donald Trump will continue the hands-off approach or order a crackdown. “Everything on this will be a total surprise, a total crap […]

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Several California cities rushed to adopt last-minute regulations on recreational marijuana before state voters legalized its use and sale on Nov. 8. But the Petaluma City Council, when faced with the same choice in the hours before the election, took a different tact — chill out. One day before California’s Proposition 64 would pass, council […]

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California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada now make it legal for anyone over 21 years old to smoke pot. These states and Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, Washington and the District of Columbia are challenging the federal government which classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug (no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse). Now, […]

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