Medical marijuana providers say new reforms adopted by the state Legislature in July that went into effect Dec. 13 pave the way for broader access for patients and increased safety and quality control of the product.
New research finds that cannabis affects women differently to men. The reason behind the difference lines up with the activities of different hormones. This explains why men are four times more likely to try cannabis; and why women are more vulnerable.
For former servicemembers who take the hydroponics course at Veterans to Farmers (VTF), it’s natural to think about the marijuana crop that generated more than $247 million in revenue for the state of Colorado, where the sale and use of pot is legal.