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Why Are There So Few Black-Owned Cannabis Companies?

It’s no secret that legal cannabis is now a multi-billion-dollar industry, so it’s hardly a surprise that so many entrepreneurs are getting involved. In response to this gold rush, activists and politicians...

Weed Names from Around the World

Silly Spinach…The Devil’s Lettuce…..Giggle Bush – there are hundreds of classic euphemisms for cannabis, varying from place to place. Green, ganja, weed…… these names are...

How to Tell Your Parents you Smoke Weed

Telling your parents that you smoke weed can be a daunting prospect. My parents have both passed, but I recently told my older sister that I’ve been an occasional user for a few years. I had no idea what kind...

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Cannabis as an Aphrodisiac

The Western discovery of cannabis as an aphrodisiac Besides the overall effects of cannabis, that we discussed in the blog, ‘The Psychoactive Effects of Cannabis’, another of the pronounced effects of cannabis noticed...

Rest In Peace Jules Stobbs

The cannabis community has lost one of its guiding lights with the tragic passing of Jules Stobbs. Having had the privilege of working with Jules just a few months ago, everyone here at Seedsman would like to pay...

The Psychoactive Effects of Cannabis

Even though cannabis has been periodically cultivated in Europe for various purposes—such as for rope, cloth and oil—for several millennia, interest in the psychoactive effects first properly developed in the West...

Cannabis Plant Varieties

Cannabis plant diversity The cannabis plant has been growing on Earth since at least the last ice age, around 12,000 years ago. Due to travel, cultivation, selective breeding, trade and global seafaring, numerous...