How Many Plants Are Too Many Plants?

How many plants are too many plants?

Op Ed

Marijuana and cannabis cultivation has been on the forefront of pop culture and national news for many years. With the legalization movement gaining headway in the 1990’s for medical marijuana and now recreational in the second decade of the 2000’s, we see marijuana related outlets almost every month; if not multiple times a month. Cultivation of marijuana has always been a point of contention for many lawmakers, law enforcement, and the public. It brings a great number of viewers the silver screen and the 24hr news cycle. For good and for bad.

The Drug Enforcement Agency [DEA] has been charged with the control of illegal marijuana cultivat...

Is Medical Marijuana Still Necessary?

With the expansion of recreational marijuana in the State of Colorado, we are seeing a massive increase in marijuana users. Since 2014, multiple states and local municipalities have legalized recreational marijuana. This November, many voters will legalize marijuana in their home states across the nation. With over 61% of the United States pledging to help the fight for legal cannabis, over 26 states have decriminalized cannabis use and more than 1 in 10 people in the United States have used marijuana product. Hopefully we will see a mass increase in cannabis legalization in the coming year.

The dawn of recreational marijuana has shed light on many consumer regulations that are continually ...

5 Cannabis Recipes for the Holidays!

1. Canna Butter

This might be your most useful recipe, seeing as you can add it to so many other everyday recipes!



1/4 ounce cannabis bud (finely ground)
1/2 cup (one stick) salted butter


  1. Melt the butter over low heat in a medium sauce pan.
  2. A little at a time and stirring in between, add the ground bud to the melted butter.
  3. Simmer on low heat for 45 minutes, stirring frequently (you should start to see small bubbles slowly forming on the surface).
  4. Strain the butter into a container that has a tight fitting lid using a metal strainer to filter out the ground buds.
  5. Press a spoon on top of the ground buds in order to release all of the canna butter from them.
  6. You’re all ...

The Word on Pot Use During Pregnancy

Over the last few decades, hundreds of studies have been performed to show the effects of cannabis use during pregnancy, and what they’ve found is not necessarily as harmful as one would assume. Some people assume cannabis would have similar effects on the developing fetus or on newborn babies as alcohol and tobacco do. In addition, many studies that you come across may state that they have found developmental problems related to decreased birth weight, behavioral problems, or increased chances of developing acute leukemia. One of the many factors that is hard to control in these studies is the amount of cannabis ingested by subjects and/or the addition of other illicit substances used...

NEW TREND ALERT: Cannabis at…your WEDDING?!?

Couples everywhere are jumping on this bandwagon! How would you like to have a “Cannabis Bar” at YOUR wedding?


In states that have legalized the use of recreational marijuana, “Cannabis Bars” at weddings are becoming more popular with connoisseurs of the plant. While you cannot legally serve marijuana in a venue that is also serving alcohol, many are opting out of the traditional bar to showcase this unique feature instead. Before you decide that this may be the route you’d like to take on your big day, be sure to look into all the laws and regulations regarding the use of recreational marijuana. There may be certain licenses you need to obtain, just like a t...

Epilepsy: How Cannabis Can Help

Hundreds, if not thousands of families suffering from the effects of epilepsy have moved to Colorado over recent years to find help in the healing ability of cannabis. With Colorado being the first of only four states who have legalized not only medicinal, but recreational marijuana, moving has become a last option for a lot of them. Multiple healing products listing cannabis as the main ingredient have been manufactured for these patients and are being tested in hopes of becoming a regular treatment for all dealing with this disorder.

Epilepsy effects all walks of life ranging from infancy to senior citizens. While there are only several types of epilepsy, each one has a variation of sub-typ...


Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease and an autoimmune disorder that can affect various parts of the body. Primarily it affects the skin, joints, kidney, and brain. It causes the immune system to become hyper active. With lupus, the immune system confuses antigens with healthy tissue, attacking and killing both. Inflammation (which regularly plays a role of protection when dealing with an injured or infected body) causes destruction, thickening and scarring of healthy tissue. Symptoms include chronic pain (in all parts of the body), swelling (lymph nodes, hands, feet), mood changes, mouth sores, rashes, weight loss, anxiety, seizures, nausea weight loss and long term tissue damage.