High Times1 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Setting The Bar
In its January 2021 newsletter, the ethics committee of the State Bar of South Dakota recommended that lawyers avoid taking cases that involve cannabis businesses. Its “Ethics Opinion” column addressed questions regarding lawyers’ involvement in cann
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Reality disturbing
It’s now been over a year since the world began suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic, and like most professional musicians during a normal year, David Draiman should be on tour. As the lead vocalist for the heavy-metal band Disturbed, he and his b
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Take One Down, Pass It Around
In January 2020, the Molson Coors Brewing Company officially changed its name to the Molson Coors Beverage Company, hinting at the company’s future production of drinks other than beer. Over one year later, Molson Coors has officially announced the l
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Strength And Determination
Welcome back to the “Twenty22Many Veteran Chronicles” and the most celebrated month of High Times. It’s the 4/20 issue! I can’t think of a better or more well-known veteran and cannabis activist to interview than the notorious Charles Edward Lepp, ot
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Pix Of The Crop
E-mail your hi-res digital photographs to mailbag@hightimes.com FLOWER OF THE MONTH Ayahuasca Purple is a wonderful variety that was originally bred by crossing Master Kush and Red River Delta. This dark purple strain is more of a plum color and is f
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Wild Blackberry And Cannabis-leaf Salad
We are finally starting to see raw cannabis as part of the daily meal plan. For those of us who have been around this plant for any length of time, we are used to utilizing the fan leaves, sugar leaves, shoots, sprouts and even the pollen of the cann
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COOK UP a Storm
While some find the idea of cooking cannabis-infused food daunting, there’s no better time to start experimenting. Home cooks don’t need to perfect the art of complex recipes for such fancy dishes and treats as beef Wellington or macarons. Instead, y
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Liberated Libations
Delicious, sugary cannabis sodas and low-calorie THC- or CBD-infused seltzers are great, but there’s nothing quite like a classic cocktail—even if you don’t drink alcohol. To that end, Tinley’s Beverage Co. provides top-shelf, cannabis-infused bevera
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Beyond The Experience
We all know how consuming cannabis and listening to music makes the daily playlist all that much better. For some, cannabis increases appreciation for music, and, conversely, music can at times give smokers an elevated high. For others, the combinati
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Illinois residents recently received nearly 500,000 expungements of low-level cannabis convictions, which were signed off by Governor JB Pritzker. Under the state’s Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, officials promised that non-felony cannabis arrest r
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What is Cannabis?
Weed, dope, pot, herb, ganja, grass, kaya, pakalolo—whatever you want to call it—is hands-down the most commonly used illicit substance in the US and Europe. Since at least the Neolithic Period, it’s been utilized for an assortment of medicinal and r
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Empowering Creativity
Raine Maida of the Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace recently announced his involvement with the cannabis company LOOP/POOL as a member of the board. The company’s goal is to support local Canadian musicians, especially considering the number of thos
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But What About Hemp?
Hemp is simply Cannabis sativa that is cultivated for fiber, fuel, textiles and medicine rather than for psychoactive purposes. Under the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (the 2018 Farm Bill), hemp is defined as containing not more than 0.3 percen
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Solo Celebration
It’s been well over a year since the pandemic hit, and during that time the cannabis industry and its supporters have adapted to new ways of working and living at home. While the experience so far hasn’t been without its trials and tribulations, the
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Companion Plants
By taking advantage of Mother Nature’s many different herbs and flowers, your cannabis plants can thrive like never before, and they will grow as stealthily as a ninja in the night. Below is a list of some cover and companion plants that are benefici
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The Party Must Go On
One of the best things about 4/20 is celebrating with friends or attending a live event, where you can really feel (and smell) the excitement in the air as the day ramps up to a universal smoke sesh at 4:20 p.m. Sadly, this isn’t the year for that. H
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Market Analysis
The “holy high marijuana month” of April sees the average ounce in America jump slightly to $308. The South and East are neck-and-neck for the year at $320 to determine which market will have the second lowest cost per ounce in 2021. The expensive-bu
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My birthday put me on the high side of age 70. Cannabis still helps. Do other old-timers benefit too? -Ezra D. Crepit Ezra, My pal Dr. Brian Kaskie just published data on folks ages 60-plus and found that plant fans had higher scores on the “Health-R
High Times1 min. leídosBiology
How is Cannabis Classified?
Cannabis sativa L. is the original term that was used to describe cannabis. “L.” stands for Linnaeus, as the taxonomic nomenclature, or modern classification system, of plants in general was created by Carl Linnaeus, using Latin, in 1753. Sativa, sat
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It’s been over a year since COVID-19 happened, but it’s also been a whole year since any of us have been able to attend a 4/20 event. I’m sure I’m not the only one out there that is having withdrawals about this, right? It’s been a rough 12-plus mont
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Get Infused
The state of Michigan has experienced exponential growth since recreational legalization went into effect in late 2018, but one thing was missing—infused drinks. On January 4, the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency issued a bulletin that included n
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In 2020, 4/20 occurred shortly after the pandemic began to rapidly spread across the globe. In response, event organizers and numerous live musicians scrambled to adapt to new statewide regulations that restricted large gatherings, which eventually l
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Choosing the Consumption Method
One you’ve chosen a variety of cannabis, it’s time to select your method of consumption. This usually depends on your setting—if you’re at Grandma’s house, it’s probably best to stick to a discreet edible or a flavored vape pen. If you’re in the comf
High Times4 min. leídosLGBTQIA+ Studies
Queering Cannabis LGBTQ
For some people, it hasn’t been easy to be queer during the past four years in America, but the ever-increasing prevalence of cannabis, a substance that has gone from being banned to being considered essential in many areas, makes it a lot more beara
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Stream It, Man
Life in quarantine has had an interesting effect on people. DIY bread-baking guides surged in popularity over the past year, as did a borderline unhealthy obsession with collecting indoor plants to help liven up boring homes. There was also a large i
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Hot Products
$95 mae.la Measuring five inches in diameter, and weighing 7.4 ounces (210 grams), The Ashtray by the luxury cannabis accessory brand Mae is functional art at its finest. “Mae” stands for Mind at Ease. Mae was founded by Armen Gregorian, co-owner and
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Twaxed Joint
A “twaxed” joint is not just a joint—it’s a super-powered joint. Joints can be adorned with all sorts of add-ons, such as twaxing with dabs or wax, sugar leaves, diamonds, kief, etc. “Essentially, all cannabis concentrates can be added to a joint—or
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Unleash Your Inner Bob Ross
Cannabis is famously used as a catalyst for creativity. While it certainly depends on the strain type, it’s known to boost creative thought and imaginative experiences. This can range from brainstorming that novel you’ve always wanted to write to com
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Rolling 101: Pandemic Edition
Rolling joints takes a little practice and expertise to begin, and many years to perfect. We caught up with influencer and seasoned joint roller SheSmokesJoints to gather some insight on rolling a variety of different types of joints. Over 257,000 fo
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