cannabist

cannabist

An obsolete term for a chronic abuser of marijuana; the alternative terms—e.g., the highly colloquial pot-head, marijuana addict, and others—are essentially not viable in the working medical parlance.
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Samyn said he studied what other newspapers had done: The Cannabist by the Denver Post and the San Francisco Examiner's great coverage, for example.
Cannabist lobbyists in Silicon Valley applauded the move, citing that every district in San Jose voted in favor of Prop.
It would also slap a 15% sales tax on medical and recreational marijuana, fueling an estimated $1 billion in revenue per year in the state, according to The Cannabist.
At the beginning of the year, the Cannabist, a marijuana-focused edition of The Denver Post, reported a recreational marijuana recall of nearly 100,000 edibles due to use of pesticides that are now banned--the 15th such recall in 16 weeks.
org/2014/01/10/261390781/marijuana-hash-oil-explodes-inpopularity-and-kitchens (discussing the emergence and use of hash oil); Ricardo Baca, Colorado Report Describes, In Detail, First Year of Recreational Marijuana, The Cannabist (Feb.
Rolling Papers" follows the aftermath of Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana, and rather than simply titter around the issue, Dickman's film zeroed in on the Denver Post's Ricardo Baca, who was named editor of the paper's first marijuana section, dubbed the Cannabist.
The guide who showed Dowd around during her visit told The Cannabist he warned her to be careful with edibles.
Tranzbyte COO Stephen Shearin told The Cannabist that the machine "uses the same technology that checks age/ID fraud under the Control Meth Act.
In a new column for the Denver Post's Cannabist website, the Oscarwinning entertainer wrote that her "vape pen" relieves the devastating glaucoma headaches she suffers without overwhelming her with a marijuana high.
com/marijuana-sales-colorado-hit-1-billion-8-months-2600730) Colorado hit $1 billion in a just eight months , according to data analysis from the Denver Post's weed site, The Cannabist.
The Denver Post, another Digital First Media property, unveiled The Cannabist, a similar marijuana-focused website, in December 2013 shortly before the state was set to allow the legal purchase of recreational marijuana.