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Not Your Uncle's Brownie: Using Hemp in Desserts

More<p>All About Chocolate<p>Everything you want to know about chocolate<p>Hemp. Once upon a time, the word conjured images of hippies wearing earthy beaded necklaces, slurping smoothies, and crunching on granola. (For some, maybe it still does.) However, more people are becoming aware of the thousands of …

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Hemp’s reputation has flourished as its health benefits continue to be revealed. Hemp, which has been consumed for centuries, contains several essential nutrients for the body. One particular benefit of eating hemp is that it provides protein. Consuming hemp protein also offers additional …

What Does Gurbani Say About Marijuana Use (Bhang)?

What do the scriptures of Guru Granth Sahib have to say about getting high on marijuana?<p>Two authors of Gurbani write about bhang an intoxicant …

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Is it high time for marijuana legalization?

Changing marijuana laws across the US are having a direct impact on the international war on drugs. Editor-in-Chief of High Times Magazine, Chris Sumenik, joins the NOW panel to discuss.

Federal Drug Agency Denies Marijuana Is Less Toxic Than Alcohol

The National Institute on Drug Abuse released an eyebrow-raising statement to PolitiFact on Monday, denying that marijuana is less toxic than alcohol.<p>"Claiming that marijuana is less toxic than alcohol cannot be substantiated since each possess their own unique set of risks and consequences for a …

Marijuana-Related Scams Are Growing Like Weeds, Wall Street Watchdog Warns

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors in marijuana-related stocks may see their profits go up in smoke, U.S. regulators said on Tuesday.<p>The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Wall Street's industry-funded watchdog, warned that scammers have been targeting investors attempting to tap into the growing …

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Obama Does Not Support Changes To Medical Marijuana Laws 'At This Point,' White House Says

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama does not support changes to the legal classification of marijuana, the White House said Wednesday, despite growing evidence of its medical benefits.<p>White House spokesman Josh Earnest was asked for the second day in a row if CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay …

Florida's 2014 Medical Marijuana Showdown: Get Your Popcorn Ready

If there were a centralized hub for opposition to sensible marijuana policy, excluding the DEA's glass-enclosed headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, it would probably have to be the state of Florida. Beginning in St. Petersburg in 1976, when ultraprohibitionists Mel and Betty Sembler founded the …

Firefighters Find Marijuana in Hayward House Fire

Hayward firefighters discovered marijuana growing in a house's garage while battling house fire.<p>Firefighters found more than 200 marijuana plants …

Don't Get Sucked In by Medical Marijuana Investment Scams

With medical marijuana now legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia, some investors are seeing their money go up in smoke from stock scams.<p>One …

State Releases Medical Marijuana Applicant List

More information on locations for medical marijuana shops will come in the future.<p><b>By Ryan Grannan-Doll</b><p>Forty-seven applications have been submitted …

In marijuana policy, the confusing smoke signals continue to burn

In a city that hosts a pot expo, Tony Jalali thought renting space to medical marijuana outlets was perfectly legal. Guess again.<p>August 24, 2013|Steve Lopez<p>This Anaheim office building, owned by Tony Jalali and his wife, is targeted… (Steve Lopez, Los Angeles…)<p>Marijuana policy, like immigration …

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