High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Too Short and Friends Come to the Rescue of Handicapped Pot Activist

Last month, a video of cops eating pot brownies and taunting a disabled patient during a dispensary raid in Santa Ana quickly went viral. Now, that wheelchair-bound woman has a new ride—courtesy of a kind ganjapreneur and West Coast rapper Too Short. 

Radical Rant: What's Next for Legal Weed? Equal Rights!

One of the predictable questions from people here in legal Potland (it’s not a typo) now that Oregon has the best marijuana legalization in the world is: “NORML? It’s legal now, what do we need NORML for?” The sim...

What Does the Future of Cannabis Cancer Therapy Look Like?

While synthetic THC, in the form of Marinol, has existed since the 80’s to help treatment-resistant nausea and vomiting due to chemotherapy, research into treating cancer with THC and CBD hasn’t stopped there. Studies on animals has shown that these cannabinoi...

When Computers Dream of Weed

The nerds at Google have opened a window for us to look into the subconscious digital mind. Google’s #DeepDream program sort of does what we do when we are dreaming (or face-melt tripping)… The software examines images and tries to make abstract sense out of ...

Stoner Sex: Threesomes, Submissives, New at Sex & Moving to Freedom

Hyapatia Lee answers all of your questions regarding cannabis and sexuality.



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