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What is top-shelf weed? First, let's cover our bases and go over the common terms used when shopping for good weed. “Flower” refers to the dried and cured female cannabis plant's blooms, often called “nugs” or “buds.” Flower is typically intoxicating — THC content is the primary indicator of euphoric potency — but some flower has high CBD content and will produce less intoxicating effects. The best smoking experiences, edibles, tinctures — even CBD oil — often come from the best source material, or “top-shelf bud.” In terms of slang, premium weed is also commonly referred to as the “loud,”...

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Cannabis use is on the rise in the United States. A 2018 study notes that, while cannabis use among teens has decreased, American adults are increasingly using cannabis on the daily.According to Forbes, the global cannabis industry is estimated to be worth $7.7 billion. It’s projected to hit $31.4 billion by this year.The industry is booming in part because cannabis can be a versatile form of medication. A number of research studies have found that cannabis has the potential to help with a variety of medical conditions, including anxiety, chronic pain, and epilepsy.But, as any recreational or medical marijuana user...

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What is hash and how is it consumed? Hash, short for hashish, is a cannabis product made by isolating trichomes from the cannabis plant and then pressing them into a solid substance. Because this substance is made out of only trichomes—the part of the cannabis plant containing cannabinoids and terpenes—it is much more potent than regular cannabis flowers. Depending on the type of cannabis plant being used and the preparation technique, hash can range in texture and consistency from a kind of chalky solid to something almost like a thick paste, and in color from reddish-tan to dark brown or...

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Cannabis contains CBD which is a chemical that impacts the brain, making it function better without giving it a high along with THC which has pain relieving properties. Both substances can be extracted and enhanced for use through short path distillation. Users can get the following health benefits of cannabis: 1. Relief of chronic pain There are hundreds of chemical compounds in cannabis, many of which are cannabinoids. Cannabinoids have been linked to providing relief of chronic pain due to their chemical makeup. Which is why cannabis’ by-product such as medical cannabis is commonly used for chronic pain relief. 2....

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The smell of weed is strong and unmistakable. And while most potheads say they love it, most people try to conceal it. This can be because weed is still illegal where they live, or because they don’t want to bother others or attract unnecessary attention.There are plenty of tips out there on how to cover up the smell of weed. But which ones can you really trust? Well I'm here to tell you... 1. GO OUTSIDE This might seem obvious, but it’s worth mentioning. Smoking pot outdoors is probably the best way to avoid a build of that dank, instantly noticeable weed smell. Well, besides...

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