• THE OTHER ‘C’ WORD

    THE OTHER ‘C’ WORD4

    Those of you who have seen this picture may not realize that if you blowup the pink pen vape pen in the cleavage of the 420Nurse on the right, the text reads “Fuck Cancer”. I found this out just as I said to you, you must blow up the picture, for the young lady in

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  • SLUMP – The Review

    SLUMP – The Review6

    Some things speak for themselves both in logo and intelligent design. The expanding world of cannabis extracts is one such arena where you are only limited by your outlook and sophistication. Upon entering the sesh world or any multi-vendor cannabis event, you are greeted with a slew of wax, budder, shatter, hash oil, and crumble

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  • SNAP DABS

    SNAP DABS13

    The ways to medicate have grown and continue to expand faster than most generations can keep up. Also not everyone is hip to the latest gadgets or how to get the most benefit from medicating with today’s smoke shop kitsch. To just grab a quick bit of stress or nausea relief, nothing beats a little

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  • TERPENES and DAB TOXICITY

    TERPENES and DAB TOXICITY0

    Recently, an article written by fellow E420.com journalist, Summer Rain, asked a very important question concerning dabs and dab ingredients, primarily the addition of terpenes to extracts. To today’s dabbing/710 demo, this is an important question. Luckily there is a magical logic to cannabis that is increasingly hard to deny. Tis said that Divine Intervention

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  • CANNABIS RESEARCH CONNECTION

    CANNABIS RESEARCH CONNECTION0

    As the state government plots to own cannabis by calling the plant marijuana, the cannabis universe is expanding exponentially, drawing those of us at the center into connections on research questions meaningful for today’s cannabis user, the now market, like magic. Cannabis magic. The current case in point is the extract market, which in its

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  • PROP 64 – Letitia Pepper

    PROP 64 – Letitia Pepper0

    “I am an attorney and have been one since 1982. I did my work primarily for California Court of Appeal Justices as well as for a Federal District Court Judge, so my expertise was in neutral evaluations of complex legal and factual situations. I developed Multiple Sclerosis in 1993, but after disastrous side effects from multiple

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