In this premiere episode, series host Felix Fang (of Vice's Sex + Munchies fame) takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes look at Altai Brands.
Health gurus like to classify coconut oil as a superfood, but even super can be improved by this culinary-cannabis recipe. Utilize toasted coconut oil as a tasty addition to baked goods.
Proposed in a 1975 Science journal study, the gateway theory suggests that using soft substances like cannabis is a behavioral doorway that leads to so-called hard drugs like heroin and cocaine.
Edibles are a delicious way to reap both medicinal and recreational effects in the body. Creating edibles at home should be done with reverence as there is an art and science to their creation.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in cannabis. CBD does not have psychoactive properties that produce euphoric highs, and it potentially reduces or delays THC-related euphoria.
Humans have used cannabis for at least 5,000 years as seeds were found in Siberian burial mounds built in 3000 B.C. In the 18th century, scientists noticed different species inside the cannabis genus.
From the premiere Italian leather to the Japanese Makizara rolling station, this handcrafted wallet reflects the style of tastemaking consumers who appreciate the tradition of hand-rolled smokes.
The delicious tropical flavors of coconut make a fine addition to chocolate chip cookies. Want to elevate your cookies one step higher? Add the taste of the tropics using Toasted Coconut Oil!
Avocado originated in Guatemala and southern Mexico, and Rudolph Hass helped popularize it in the U.S. when he began cultivating his namesake avocado nearly 90 years ago in California.
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