Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate that special someone in your life. If you're single, it's a time to avoid going out to dinner or the card aisle at Target, but it is a uniquely special time of year if you love chocolate. And who doesn't love chocolate!? Especially when they're infused with cannabis and or CBD. So check out my personal favorite cannabis-infused chocolates to celebrate this auspicious occasion.
Just a few short years ago, almost no one knew what agtech was. But today, agricultural technology – from vertical farming to data science – is the new hot thing. In 2017 alone, total investment was over $1.5 billion – a new record for the industry, and one that's setting the stage for explosive growth.
Unless you've been living in a cave, you've probably heard claims about how CBD may heal your body and treat a plethora of ailments. And because it's become incredibly popular, many people are looking for ways to ingest it in food, rather than just dosing the raw oil, which is often unpleasant. While there are plenty of CBD-infused food products on the market, sometimes you just can't beat a homemade meal. Here are the 3 easiest CBD recipes I found and tested.
Just a few short years ago, this headline could not have existed. Unusual cannabis-infused foods were just a pipe dream or only available to someone with a vast knowledge of infusing foods. The days of pot brownies and gummies are fading into the sunset. From snacks to proteins, and coffee to sauces, let's take a look at some truly unique and unusual cannabis-infused foods on the market in 2020.
There are 3 different types of Cannabis plants; Sativa, Indica, and Ruderalis. Since Ruderalis isn't known for its THC content, most consumers are unaware it exists. The majority of people don't know the differences and are often too intimidated to ask. So let's look at the main differences between the two most popular types of Cannabis; Sativa, and Indica.