Many people think of gummy candies as a kids’ snack, but the increased popularity of marijuana gummies makes them a very grown-up treat indeed. Read on to learn more about how you can enjoy your weed this way.
One of the newest trends to hit the marijuana market is cannabis-infused drinks. Marijuana drinks have many of the same benefits as marijuana edibles. They are easy to consume and they are appealing to inexperienced or occasional users. They also don’t require any additional equipment such as vaporizers, and they don’t have to be burned or smoked. On the other hand, cannabis drinks are slow to take effect and dosing is often imprecise.
Marijuana has grown up and so have the ways to consume it. While flower remains the most popular marijuana product, many consumers prefer not to smoke and are looking for newer, safer ways to imbibe.
Read on to learn more about the most popular marijuana products in the Ventura County market, and some of our featured recommendations.
A cannabis business wanting to open in Ventura will have to pay up to nearly $11,000 to have its application for a permit reviewed and processed.
The Ventura City Council this week voted 4-2 to introduce two ordinances to permit a finite number of them. The ordinances are scheduled to be adopted by the council at its Feb. 22 meeting.
The Ventura City Council this week delayed introducing an ordinance to allow commercial cannabis businesses in town due to concerns about the proximity of such establishments to residences, libraries, parks with playgrounds and Ventura College.
The image has become familiar: presented by floor-to-ceiling shiny windows and a smiling, iPad-holding greeter, dispensaries in California look far more like an Apple Store than the smelly back alleys and strip mall parking lots where we used to buy our weed.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older.
On Wednesday, detectives served a search warrant in the 16000 blocks of Curtis Trail. During the search, authorities seized approximately 87 pounds of marijuana, worth over $80,000, according to authorities.
Are you considering going to a cannabis dispensary for the first time? If you have a list of, shall we say, “burning questions” before you make your initial trip, you’re not alone.
I well remember back in the 1970s when pot was illegal — period — and in those days every high school kid who wanted some had some, in school and in church. How do I know this? Our own sons told us about their own pot exploits.
The so-called Campaign Against Marijuana Planting Program, referred to as CAMP, removed 953,459 marijuana plants from 345 sites across the state during a monthslong raid, according to a news release from the California Department of Justice.