How to Roll a Corn Husk Blunt for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here, so it’s time to get corny!


I don’t know about you, but I always get excited when I hear about a new, inventive way to roll a blunt. From palm leaves to hemp leaves and now corn husks, the creative stoners in the blunt-wrap industry are constantly finding new materials to roll with.

Since it’s fall and Thanksgiving is upon us, I figured we would get into ...

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Mendo Breath Marijuana Strain Review

Strain Overview

The Scoop: Atypical, Mendo Breath is a deep gulp of rare terpene-infused air in the world of cannabis cultivation. An Indica-dominant flower with a distinct aroma, this hard-hitting strain provides an inspired fusion of OG Kush Breath (OGKB) and Mendo Montage. Trichome encased, Mendo Breath’s combined gene pool creates an intoxicating blend of diverging flavors and calmative effects.

The Result: Mendo Breath generally gravitates toward the sweeter side of the flavor spectrum — imagine your taste ...

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Bill to Legalize Marijuana in India Headed to Parliament

A private member’s bill to legalize marijuana in India will be introduced to Parliament during the winter session this year, after clearing the legislative branch of government on Nov. 1.

MP Dharamvira Gandhi, the politician behind the bill, is a retired cardiologist and longtime supporter of both the decriminalization and legalization of cannabis.

Gandhi has argued that India’s Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act ...

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Denver: Mile-High City First in US to Permit Social Marijuana Use

Effective immediately, officials in Denver have approved the implementation of Proposition 300, the city’s voter-backed social consumption law.

Good news for some marijuana consumers in the Mile High City, the approval of Proposition 300 allows various forms of consumption at authorized bars, restaurants, and other public places.

“The big catch,” according to The Associated Press, is that customers of these pot-friendly establishments won’t actually be ...

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Canadians Asked for More Opinions on Cannabis Regulation by Jan 20

In an announcement Tuesday by Minister of Health Ginette Petitpas Taylor and MP Bill Blair, the Government of Canada has opened up a consultation period for Canadians to provide their input on cannabis regulation by Jan. 20.

The feds are seeking perspectives from a variety of sources to provide input on marijuana-related sectors that include cultivation licensing, security clearance, cannabis products, labeling, packaging, medical marijuana, and cosmetics, ...

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How to Host the Best Marijuana Thanksgiving Party

When you ask a stoner to name their favorite holiday, Thanksgiving is typically in the top three.

An endless feast without judgment? Count. Me. In.

Well, this year, we’re elevating the holiday. It’s time to put a twist on this traditional feast and bring it into This Cannabis Life, don’t you think? Welcome to Danksgiving.


There’s nothing more rewarding than gathering around a table of like-minded cannabis lovers, sharing ...

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Montana Releases Proposed Changes for Expanded Medical Marijuana Program

The Montana Department of Health and Human Services (DPHHS) will hold a public hearing Nov. 30 to discuss their newly released medical marijuana (MMJ) rules and regulations for the state’s expanded program.

Passed by the voters of Montana on Nov. 8, 2016, Initiative 182 authorized DPHHS to cultivate new rules and fees for the state’s burgeoning medical marijuana program.

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Use of CBD Oil Has Doubled in the UK in One Year

A trade organization in the United Kingdom that oversees the rapidly expanding cannabidiol (CBD) and hemp market, has published a study that shows the use of CBD oil in the U.K. has doubled in a single year.

The Cannabis Trades Association U.K.’s (CTAUK) figures reveal 250,000 people are now using CBD oil to treat their health conditions. CTAUK added that the number of users is up from 125,000 last year, with ...

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Proposed Amendment Protecting Canna-Banks Blocked by GOP

On Wednesday, GOP representatives in the House extinguished yet another amendment that could have granted cannabis-related businesses access to the federal banking system.

First reported by Marijuana Moment’s Tom Angell, the amendment to H.R. 4293, better known as the “Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2017,” is now officially dead.

Also referred to as the “Safe Act of 2017,” the discarded amendment to HR ...

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