Organic Cannabis Makes a Difference

  Like any produce, cannabis is a plant grown for human use and consumption, and can be created with harmful, toxic pesticides. Again, like any produce, to ensure a plant grown without the use of pesticides, but in a controlled environment that keeps out bugs and nasties… is pretty costly. Despite the cost, I am…

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Is organic cannabis worth the price tag?

Although cannabis brands may proclaim themselves “pesticide-free” or call themselves “organic,” cannabis isn’t certified the same way an organic apple is. As it stands right now, “organic” is just another buzzword for growers to use in advertisements rather than the tightly regulated government seal of approval. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) certifies fruits and…

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What Is Regenerative Farming And Could It Reduce Cannabis’ Environmental Impact?

Cannabis cultivation and consumption is, unfortunately, often associated with detrimental environmental effects including high energy consumption, light pollution, and destruction of local ecosystems. Many cannabis brands are going above and beyond sustainable agricultural practices even without strict environmental regulations. Sustainable farming was once the be-all and end-all of agricultural practice, but a growing movement of…

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Sun-Grown vs. Indoor Cannabis: Is One Better Than The Other?

Cannabis connoisseurs know the difference between outdoor and indoor-grown weed all too well. First-time or novice cannabis consumers may not immediately notice any difference between buds from the two cultivation methods. Marijuana growers choose different cultivation methods based on the local climate and state regulations. Some cities ban outdoor cultivation forcing growers into climate-controlled buildings.…

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What’s the Deal With Organic Cannabis?

It’s only a matter of time until organic cannabis is more widely recognized. Currently, only the US Department of Agriculture can designate a certified organic label for grocery store products. Because cannabis is federally illegal there are no national regulations in place for what chemicals can or can’t be used. While non-organically certified cannabis is…

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