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NFL Marijuana Policy (and How It May Change)

Earlier this year, the NFL formed a committee to address pain management. While the NFL isn’t always known for its willingness or ability to adapt to change, their initiatives around mental health and pain management (and the potential implications on the NFL marijuana policy) are worth a closer look. What Is The Current NFL Marijuana Policy? The 2011 Collective Bargaining …

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U.S. House Approves Landmark Cannabis Banking Legislation

In a stunning show of bipartisanship, the U.S. House of Representatives voted last week 321-103 to approve legislation that would allow financial institutions and insurance companies to serve legal marijuana businesses without fear of reprisal from the federal government. The SAFE Banking Act (H.R. 1595) marks the first time either the House or Senate has voted to pass cannabis legislation. …

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CBD Full Spectrum vs. CBD Isolate: What’s the Difference?

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of the most prominent new products in the wellness industry, and it has all the valid reasons to be one. Extracted as an active ingredient from its parent plant hemp (and sometimes cannabis), CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has been shown to support a wide range of health-related needs. With growing demand, manufacturers have …

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Our Commitment to Cannabis & Vape Safety

Karing Kind has been committed to pure, safe cannabis and cannabis products since we first opened our doors nearly 10 years ago. Our approach is simple: we want to provide the same quality we expect for our own family to our extended customer family. We were devastated to hear about the people harmed by illicit vaping products or cartridges that …

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Dispelling 6 Common Cannabis Edible Myths

Dispelling 6 Common Cannabis Edible Myths Despite its various proven medicinal benefits, cannabis remains a controlled substance in most countries. While prohibition has set cannabis research back by decades, legalization of marijuana for medical (and recreational) use in many States has opened new gateways to explore the benefits of cannabis (edibles, tinctures, capsules, oil and more) for human health. Reported …

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5 Facts About Decarbing Weed (and 4 Ways to Do It Yourself)

  Decarboxylation is a process of heating cannabis at high temperatures of 250°F to convert non-psychoactive THCA into THC. The chemical process involved makes cannabis more effective when used in cooking. Here are five facts you should know about decarboxylation: 1. Why Decarb the Weed When vaporizing cannabis, the heat stimulates decarboxylation, hence, THCA converts into THC and the user …

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Stranger Things Season 3 Cannabis Guide

  Who needs fireworks when you can watch the new season of Stranger Things? The breakout Netflix original series returns this Fourth of July. And if you’re planning on binge-watching all eight episodes, you’ll need to go in prepared. Especially if you’ll be enjoying a bit of weed while you watch. We offer up a few tips to get just …

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Fantastic Vapes (and Where to Find Them)

Fantastic Vapes (and Where to Find Them)   Cannabis vaping is incredibly popular… and surprisingly misunderstood. Many marijuana consumers who try vaping pick up whatever product is cheapest, then revert back to flower because they didn’t get the right experience. Others put off buying a vape pen (or upgrading to a better one) because they don’t know what product is …

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How to Host a Classy Cannabis Party

How to Host a Classy Cannabis Party   You don’t need wine and cheese to host a classy party. Whether you are entertaining fellow cannabis consumers or trying to introduce adult friends and family to the wonders of weed, it’s never been easier to host a classy cannabis party that’s just as refined (and fun!) as the best-funded cocktail party. …

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World Health Organization Recommends Rescheduling Cannabis

World Health Organization Recommends Rescheduling Cannabis   The World Health Organization (WHO) recently issued recommendations to the United Nations to reschedule cannabis. Ever since the 1961 international drug convention, the UN has classified cannabis and cannabis resin as a Schedule IV drug – the most restrictive category (in the U.S., Schedule I controlled substances are the most restricted). And that …