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How CBD Took the World by Storm

In the last few months, it seems cannabidiol (CBD) has cropped up just about everywhere in the United States. It’s in our headshops, pharmacies, salons, and even our big-box retailers – but why?

What even is this “CBD” stuff, anyways?

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Weekly Newsletter #16: “Hoppy” Easter

Happy Easter!

We began this week with a review of Cresco’s Harlequin 1:1 before tuning into the upcoming UK-based musician, KEEF.

Then, we checked out the highlights from Sakura Sunday, celebrated 4/20 in the city of brotherly love, and went dived into the history of cannabis use.

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The History of Cannabis Use

Cannabis, marijuana, flower, pot, gonja, green, grass, herb – however you prefer to refer to reefer – is a mild hallucinogenic drug that has been cultivated and used as far back as 500 BC.

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How to Celebrate 4/20 in Philly 2019

Apr 20th is a global, counterculture holiday with hazy origins.

Some accredit the existence of “4/20” to a group of high school students known as the “Waldos” who would meet up near a wall at school to smoke at 4:20 P.M. in the 70s, according to a High Times recipe book.

Others attribute 4/20 to Bob Marley, the musician an iconic figure in the cannabis community.

In any case, 4/20 is a day to kick back, exhale, and celebrate cannabis – legally and responsibly.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #14: Keying into KEEF

KEEF is an indie musician based in the Northwest UK, an area with a rich musical background, serving as the origins for bands such as The Beatles and The Smiths, as well.

With just a few days until his debut single, Only Human, KEEF and I spoke over the phone to discuss the track as well as his personal history with music.

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Weekly Newsletter #15: “Flower”-ing

This week, we recapped the highlights from New York City, tuned in for a special interview with the chiptune composer Doctor Octoroc, visited Longwood Gardens, and began releasing content in line with the theme of the fourth issue, cannabis.

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