Author: Shernide Delva The wildfires across California this year have devastated the entire state. However, a less obvious victim of the damage are marijuana growers. Marijuana growers are losing the farms that they spent years cultivating in mere moments. Last month, the Butte Fire in Calaveras Country claimed two lives and burned through 70,000 acres . . . . Continue Reading
You ever heard someone say fight fire with fire? Not too sure this is what they meant, but I guess that it’s the type of thing always open to interpretation. So when considering the new discoveries being made, and in light of the major marijuana reforms going on across the country, could it maybe not . . . . Continue Reading
Many people still question whether or not marijuana addiction is a real problem. Some people with a substance abuse problem with marijuana are falsely under the impression that going to a drug treatment program such as rehab, you have to be using so-called hard drugs, like opiates (painkillers, heroin), cocaine, crack, or other such drugs. . . . . Continue Reading
Should marijuana be legalized for medical purposes? It’s a questions that been asked and answered – differently – across the country for years now.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers thinks so. He recently wrote a report outlining all the problems related to medical marijuana and how access to legal marijuana for anyone has led to an epidemic of marijuana abuse among teenagers and young adults.
For many moms, the fight against drug addiction is paralleled by their fight to regain custody of the child or children they lost during active addiction. For Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans, it’s a struggle that she lives in front of the media. She lost custody of her son, Jace, to her mother in full . . . . Continue Reading
Those who are fighting marijuana addiction may actually gain some of the most intensive benefits of all.
Medical marijuana has been legal in the state of Colorado for over 10 years. Up until the past couple of years, however, the number of scripts for medical grade marijuana were relatively low. Just barely over 5,000 people were able to legally access prescription marijuana two years ago. However, after an article in the American . . . . Continue Reading
Is marijuana a dangerous drug? Or is it a harmless diversion? The debate over the effects and risks associated with marijuana abuse rages on and on and with issues raised by medical marijuana, the conversation has never been more heated. With so many people saying that marijuana is not addictive and neither a harm to . . . . Continue Reading
It’s a constant struggle in states where marijuana is legalized for medical uses: the state sanctions the sale and distribution of marijuana and the federal government comes in periodically to investigate and make sure that everything is on the up and up. In California, it was a regular occurrence – until the federal government decided . . . . Continue Reading