Does looking at a hand pipe, bong, or rolling papers trigger the need to get high in a stoner? That’s the consensus of a new study that finds drug paraphernalia has the power to activate reward centers in the brains of marijuana users and produce a need for weed.
Cucumber water, complimentary slippers, freshly warmed robes and cool, mint-scented eye towels — the spa industry is all about these nuanced details. In Denver, another treatment option has made its way onto the menu: cannabis.
We hit a pipe of Sour Diesel inside my friend Kevin’s steamy one-bedroom apartment and called Lynn, his new personal trainer.
What happens when you smoke a "joint" in front of cops in a non-legal state? Hilarity, of course!
The spoof beer ad produced by the Marijuana Policy Project highlights the relative safety of marijuana compared to alcohol by characterizing marijuana as a "new 'beer'" with "no calories," "no hangovers" and "no violence" as...