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Todd Mitchem, well known for his various roles in the cannabis industry (CEO, author, speaker, change agent, and cannapreneur), published his top pick for ‘app to watch in 2016’. He has experience in the social networking arena from his own endeavors, and other roles providing leadership allowing companies such as O.penVAPE, CannaSearch, Mindful, and High There! to grow into successes! Mitchem is the founder and CEO of High There!, a social network allowing cannabis users to connect from around the globe. You might think that he would choose the app he founded, but his choice made for top app of 2016 is actually Duby.
Before the legalization of medical and recreational use of marijuana, it was easy for parents and educators to say that all drugs including marijuana are bad. Now there is much confusion on what they should tell them. Most say that their role is not just to convince the parents and students that drugs are moral and legal issue, but a more of a healthy risk. Which it is, marijuana can lead to low school performance; Most students attempt their best in school or most parents want their children to succeed, so they may view weed as a...?
The New Frontier, a data analysis company, published a report with regards to the environment and marijuana cultivation. The expansion of legal marijuana in the USA needs a balance for both the environment and the cultivators. The points of interest from the report are guidelines that will impact the energy footprint to the environment and its efficiency of production.
One of the main focuses is the high energy costs of indoor cultivation. The lasting impressions on the environment, and the significant ramifications associated within the production process.
The numbing power of THC has been a part of my skin care arsenal for a few years now. It's incredible how quickly this cream relieves the sting of painful cuts and the ache of sore muscles. For many of us our emotions are linked to the health of our skin. Stress or emotional experiences can bring on irritating rashes that itch and all it takes is one minuscule tear in the skin's epidermis for infection to occur.
This happened to a woman I know. Her rash always erupts on her 'decolletage' or chest/neckline. It's a good thing frilly scarves are in style right now. Within days she had itched so much while she slept that she was red, sore, itchy, and bumpy from throat to nipple.