In their premiere issue, cannabis was used as a way to relieve stress and, at one point, help soothe the pain of a zombie bite. The opening page also features a list of resources concerning medicinal marijuana, drug addiction, and suicide.
TALKING JOINTS MEMO: FAD THE INHALER
As for the sensation, it really is a microscopic mist, and you can feel it seeping into all of that impressionable real estate in the back of your throat and under your tongue.
HOW INEVITABLE IS THE BLACK MARKET FOR CANNABIS DRINKS IN THE COMMONWEALTH?
Because of the current state law, such beverages can’t be sold at rec dispensaries, and won’t be available any time soon.
FROM TRICK FLAMES TO ORGANIC GAMES, EVERYTHING WE NEED TO KNOW WE LEARNED AT NECANN
Here are some quick notes on some of the great initiatives and products we encountered, along with tidbits on what we learned from our interaction with their spokespeople and owners.
VOMIT GOOD, CHRONIC BAD
Boston politicians may love sports parades even more than they hate weed
IN THE WEEDS WITH BOB FIREMAN
Iconic cannabis businessman points to hemp, gives Mass rec rollout relatively good grades
‘WE NEED TO PUT OUR MONEY THERE AND NOT ON PROSECUTION’
State Rep.-elect Nika Elugardo knows the dangers of illegal drug trade. "It creates violence, it perpetuates poverty, you see thousands of dollars going through in plastic baggies and meanwhile our water is getting cut off."
WE SAW THE FUTURE OF CANNABIS IN GRASS VEGAS
From celeb nugs to LED light shows, we glimpsed the future of cannabis on our Mango Tango fandango
A TRANSFORMATIVE YEAR IN MASS CANNABIS
Searching for the common thread in this year’s sea of political and social coverage
THAT RIDICULOUS NEWS SEGMENT ABOUT DRUGGED DRIVING IS EVEN WORSE THAN YOU REALIZED
If you’re going to pass off an ad as real news, you might as well stir up some fear on the backs of cannabis users and get a whole bunch of clicks in the process.