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Mindfully High

John Selby’s more than four decades of scientific and spiritual training come together powerfully in his inspiring new work, Mindfully High: Professional Guidance Integrating Marijuana and Mindfulness. John trained as a psychedelic guide during the 1960s under the late, great psychiatrist Dr. Humphry Osmond, the man who coined the term “psychedelic” and taught the importance […]

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COMFORTABLY NUMB

Naturally Well “Come on now I hear you’re feeling down. Well I can ease your pain, Get you on your feet again.” From Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” Karen Watts Nauman’s family had a history of mental illness, and she was suffering from endometriosis, a condition where the tissues that normally line the inside of a […]

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Aging Better

Youth may be described as the rising morning sun, a fiery and enthusiastic phase of our lives filled with all sorts of possibilities. As we age, the glow diminishes, and everything slows down. Everyone hopes to live the rest of their lives peacefully. Memories become more precious than material possessions and sometimes define who we […]

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Engineering the Emerald Triangle’s Regional Cannabis Supply Chain Network

Author: Joseph Curtis PhD, Chief Scientist at BioQuant Labs Read The Emerald Triangle’s Ecosystem Engineering the Emerald Triangle’s Regional Cannabis Supply Chain Network The Emerald Triangle’s Cannabis (ETC) ecosystem is facing a series of challenges as farmers, manufacturers, distributors and retail sales channels reorganize themselves into supply chain network (SCNs). These SCNs must be capable of delivering […]

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The Unsung Mother of American Cannabis Culture

NEW ORLEANS New Orleans is known worldwide as “the birthplace of Jazz,” a moniker which may not be strictly accurate: Jazz has many strands that came together from different places. But if no single location can lay solid claim to be the place where this uniquely American art form was “born,” it’s beyond dispute that […]

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Top Shelf Budtending

Written by Ashley Priest Social cannabis consumption is at the forefront of many conversations. These conversations have become more topical recently due to consumers inability to engage publicly. While several states have legalized cannabis for adult use, the stigma still lingers. Many states restrict cannabis use to private residences, which prohibits its consumption at major […]

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Body High Pole Dance

Photograph by Jessica Breault “As you learn to hold yourself in certain ways, you access your internal power,” explains Natalie Abeja, a business owner, dance teacher and mom. Abeja and her business partner, Naomi Leitu, are the proud owners of Body High Pole Dance in Arcata, California. A micro-sized studio, the main room is painted hot […]

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Talkin’ Bout My (Re)Generation

An Inspiring Visit with the First-Mover Millennials Behind Mendocino’s Award-Winning Moongazer Farms   Agriculture is at the foundation of human civilization, but something went badly wrong along the way – with both. Is it possible that in adopting better farming practices we could re-discover principles applicable to our human inter-connections too? The spiritual founder of […]

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Cannabis

A Case for Symptomological Relief Among the most commonly cited uses for cannabis in the U.S. are for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Cannabis is finding its place in mainstream medicine. However, the role of the plant in the treatment of PTSD remains a controversial topic. What is PTSD and who is […]

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High Art 1967-Style

How a Lifelong Love of Cannabis Began with Two Record Albums and Nature’s Artistry This month marks my 50th anniversary enjoying cannabis. To celebrate these landmarks, I’ve gone back in time, hoping to give readers some sense of how far we have come since 1967. Of course, my memories are specific to one place and […]

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