On Tuesday, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch acknowledges that the consumption of cannabis does not lea a person to use harder drugs. Lynch’s public statement may be the clearest repudiation yet of the mythical “gateway theory” originally created by drug czar Harry Ansliger in the 150s. Lynch made the statement during a town hall meeting… Read More


Vaping cannabis is done by vaporizers, which work by heating up marijuana to the point where cannabinoids are turned into vapor. The  compounds “boil” and evaporate, leaving behind fibrous plant matter. When you light up cannabis, the smoke is a mix of cannabinoids and a number of somewhat toxic combustion by-products, such as PAHs. In… Read More


Vaporizing medical marijuana is not even close to vaping liquid of your e-cigarettes. The process heats dried cannabis to a temperatures just below its combustion point of 400ºF. Although vaporizers have been around for quite some time, it has only found traction in the last 5 to 10 years that the benefits of vaporization have… Read More


In August of 2013, Governor Pat Quinn of Illinois signed and enacted into legislation, a proposed medical marijuana measure, that was responsible for establishing an alternative treatment for serious disease causing chronic pain and debilitating conditions. The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act, established a patient registry program, protects registered qualifying patients and… Read More


In November 1998, Initiative 692 (or the Medical Use of Marijuana Act) passed in the state of Washington. The act allows patients with certain debilitating conditions to legally posses, use and cultivate medical marijuana. The Washing Department of Health Medical Marijuana Program Patients in Washing State that wish to join the medical marijuana program must… Read More