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The Social-ness of Marijuana

The Social Aspect of Marijuana

has brought people together for centuries. In early Eurasia, festivals celebrated hopes for bountiful harvests with participants dancing in the hemp fields.  The toast “To have hemp in your pocket” was a toast for good luck in days to come. Hemp seeds … Continue reading


DARE to Seek the Truth

Just Say No was an failed abstinent approach

A brain washing era crafted in 1983 by an over zealous California group began waving it’s heavy hand through the elementary schools of the USA with the D.A.R.E. program.  The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program began with the intention to give children the … Continue reading


The Face of the Drug Cartel

Face of American Cartel is White

in America is a white dude. The Mexican term “marijuana” was circulated in the 1930’s to vilify the plant and redirect the source to the Hispanic countries, which continues to be a popular belief today. The Marijuana Tax Act of … Continue reading


Our Founding Fathers Grew Marijuana

Marijuana fields grow prolifically in many types of soils and climates.

They grew fields and fields of the waving green stuff. Yup… George, Thomas and Benjamin believed it was pivotal in the impending war with Britain to control the hemp trade. It was a matter of national security! Benjamin Franklin owned the mill that made the … Continue reading