THC, THCA, CBD, CBN: The Chemicals in Cannabis

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As the science of medical cannabis develops, we’re discovering more and more that breeding cannabis for different levels of medicinal compounds—known as cannabinoids—makes the medicine better for treating specific ailments. Growers and testers are hard at work tailoring their strains … Continue reading

CannaStrips: Safer and Healthier Alternative to Smoking


CannaStrips are the result of lengthy research and development. CannaStrips are a safer and healthier alternative to smoking and has had an amazing reception throughout the medicinal cannabis community. They use only the finest medical cannabis leading to a smooth … Continue reading

Cannabis Is More Than Skin Deep

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You may have heard that your skin is your largest organ, and this is true.  But did you know that it weighs about 8 lbs, and covers up to 22 square feet? The skin can connect us with and also … Continue reading

Do Medical Cannabis Laws Protect Me from a Drug Test?

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“If I’m in a state where medical (or recreational) cannabis is legal, does that mean employers can’t discriminate if I show up positive for THC on a drug test?” We get this question all the time from medical cannabis patients. … Continue reading

Juicing Cannabis: The Freshest Medicine?

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The NorCal medical cannabis community is abuzz with the latest trend in ingestion: juicing the cannabis plant. Dr. William Courtney is the leading advocate of this medication method, and he recommends juicing fresh, organic leaves and buds every day. He … Continue reading

Dear Media: This is What People Who Use Marijuana Look Like


Global political and business leaders are talking seriously about ending marijuana prohibition everywhere from D.C. to Davos. Recent polls say a majority of Americans are in favor of legalizing marijuana – and not just in the states you’d expect but … Continue reading

Is CBD-Only Legislation a Good Thing for Medical Marijuana? by Amanda Reiman

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When California passed the country’s first medical marijuana law in 1996, the response was a resounding, “But of course, it’s California.” Over the next 18 years, the states adopting medical marijuana laws represented the usual suspects of liberalism or libertarianism. … Continue reading

Technology of Vaporization

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The process of vaporization, or volatilization releases the essential, active elements of a substance without any burning. Vaporization uses a cutting-edge convection technology that releases just enough heat and air to discharge the vital elements; but not enough heat and … Continue reading

Cannabis Extract Medicine: Successfully Treating Children for Cancer and Epilepsy by Justin Kander

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The use of cannabis extract medicine to treat children for cancer and epilepsy has been growing rapidly since the release of Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s documentary on CNN.  In the original documentary, Charlotte Figi’s recovery from Dravet syndrome was extensively detailed.  … Continue reading

Surprising New Cancer Killer: Frankincense

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Most people associate frankincense with the story of the three wise men who visited the baby Jesus in Bethlehem. But now the aromatic substance has a new claim to fame: Frankincense can kill cancer cells. Researchers from Leichester University have … Continue reading

Dad’s Update – Stan Rutner: A Cancer Survivor


Hello everyone! Well, I feel that an update on my father’s journey is long overdue.  If you’ve read the previous blogs about my father’s road to remission, you should be up to date on what he ingested to become healthy … Continue reading

Sub-lingual Delivery vs Oral Ingestion of Cannabis

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For those medical marijuana patients looking for alternatives to smoking or vaporizing their medicine to relieve various ailments, thankfully several safe and highly effective options for delivery exist and are available to choose from. Let’s take a quick look at … Continue reading

Study: Cannabis Effectively Treats Neuropathic Pain


A new study from researchers at the University of Glasgow in the UK shows what many medical cannabis patients have already discovered: Cannabis oil helps with neuropathy. THC/CBD spray was administered to 128 patients, and a placebo was given to … Continue reading

United Patients Group to Dr. Sanjay Gupta, “California Has Been a Refuge for Cannabis Patients for Nearly Two Decades”


United Patients Group applauds Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s recent program, “Weed 2: Cannabis Madness,” and adds that cannabis is an effective treatment for epilepsy and many other diseases and that Colorado is not the only destination for patients seeking safe access … Continue reading

Heal Dental Problems Naturally with Oil Pulling


Here at United Patients Group, we’re always on the lookout for natural alternatives to the often-harmful procedures and treatments advocated in Western medicine. We recently discovered a dental treatment that has been used for thousands of years in India to … Continue reading

6 ways to cope with chemobrain


You might forget an appointment, or where you last saw your car keys. Or you might struggle with remembering the name of an acquaintance you run into at the grocery store. Sometimes after chemotherapy, people experience side effects of cancer … Continue reading

United Patients Group Launches StateWide Collective’s “Dosing by the mg, Not the Gram!” Campaign

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StateWide Collective is debuting their new line of CBD-rich medicines on the go-to source for medical cannabis information, United Patients Group. Harnessing the popularity of the patient-focused online medical cannabis resource United Patients Group, StateWide Collective is launching a new … Continue reading

Cannabis Isn’t the Only Plant with Incredible Health Benefits: A Closer Look at Turmeric

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You’ve heard us go on and on about the amazing health benefits of cannabis, including killing cancer cells, reducing epileptic seizures, reducing the risk of diabetes, and treating many other ailments and diseases. But cannabis is not alone in being … Continue reading

Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil – How to and the benefits!


Coconut oil has been growing in popularity among various groups of people for a while now. It makes sense that the cannabis community decided to give it a go. Coconut oil has been proven to have profound positive effects on … Continue reading

The Truth About Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Bill SB1182 by Vanessa Waltz

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Pennsylvania’s “Compassionate Use of Medical Marijuana Act,” SB 1182, is a broad and comprehensive medical cannabis bill that does not place any restrictions on THC content and does not limit medical cannabis access to adults. A number of media outlets have reported incorrect information about … Continue reading

These Countries Mull Over Marijuana Legalization After Uruguay Ruling

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The marijuana legalization experiments underway in Washington state, Colorado and Uruguay have prompted or accelerated discussion about changing pot laws in many nations, and activists say momentum is building in advance of a special United Nations convention on drugs scheduled … Continue reading

18 Ways To Consume Cannabis by

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Did you know that there are over 18 ways to consume medical cannabis? It is a common misconception that smoking marijuana is the only way to enjoy its effects; in fact, smoking could be considered one of the least efficient … Continue reading

United Patients Group Calls for New Research into Cancer-Killing Effects of Cannabis Extracts

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United Patients Group points to growing evidence that cannabis extracts kill cancer cells, and calls on powerful individuals to fund clinical trials of this potential cancer cure and for state and federal regulatory agencies to help facilitate such research. United … Continue reading

By Endorsing High-CBD Cannabis, New Legislation Will Do More Harm than Good


Word is out about the benefits of high-CBD medical cannabis. Dr. Sanjay Gupta featured the strain Charlotte’s Web on the CNN documentary Weed, and suddenly legislators who had never supported medical cannabis before are coming around. Well, sort of. In … Continue reading

The Cannabis Tsunami…why there’s NO turning back!


The United States is being swept away in a wave of endless support for legalizing marijuana.  Nearly half of U.S. states now offer some type of legalized marijuana use, with Colorado and Washington going so far as to legalize cannabis … Continue reading

Marijuana Use During Pregnancy Affects Babies’ Brain Development (STUDY)

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Using marijuana during pregnancy could affect a baby’s brain development by interfering with how brain cells are wired, a new study in mice and human tissue suggests. Researchers studied marijuana’s effects on mice and brain tissue from human fetuses, and … Continue reading

Male Breast Cancer


We’ve all been “made aware” of the insidious disease, breast cancer. Our mothers, sisters, wives, friends have suffered, and, if lucky, conquered the cell mutation that affected nearly 300,000 women in the U.S. in 2013 alone, according to The American … Continue reading

Cannabis Extract Treatment for Terminal Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia by Justin Kander


In November 2013, an article titled “Cannabis Extract Treatment for Terminal Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with a Philadelphia Chromosome Mutation” was published in the journal Case Reports in Oncology.  The study examined a 14-year old female patient who underwent 34 months … Continue reading

Christmas #2 without my Cashy by Kalli Hyde


Cashy- It’s been so long since I’ve written you, that I’m worried I’m at some kind of writers block or something. I feel terrible that I haven’t written, please don’t think I’ve forgotten about you, because that is the opposite. … Continue reading

Why so many mainstream families are quickly becoming refugees


There’s a new wave of refugees in America, and they might be more mainstream than you think. More and more of the nation’s “average” families from suburbia are packing up and moving out West, where access to cannabis could be … Continue reading

United Patients Group Teams Up With Parents of Salt Lake City’s First Marijuana Pediatric Patient


Parents reveal the real-life challenges of finding and administering cannabis oil to help treat their toddler son, Salt Lake City’s first pediatric cannabis patient, at Primary Children’s Hospital. Just 0.3 milliliters of cannabis oil. One tiny drop. That’s all it … Continue reading

FDA-approved medical marijuana clinical trial gets underway next month for kids with epilepsy


A nationally renowned pediatric neurologist at Saint Barnabas has gotten FDA approval to study whether a cannabis-based drug could prevent seizures in children diagnosed with severe forms of epilepsy. The development is sure to be watched closely in New Jersey, … Continue reading

Watch How These Cancer Patients Reacted To Getting Hilariously Awful Makeovers


The French charity the Mimi Foundation told 20 cancer patients they would give them makeovers. All that was required of them was to keep their eyes closed to make the reveal more exciting. The patients expected that when they opened … Continue reading

Take charge in fight for safe access, armed with education


As the fight for access to medical marijuana rages on, we have joined forces with the Cash Hyde Foundation to educate, inform and empower you to make the best decisions for your family and your children. There’s nothing that should … Continue reading

Time to Tell the Truth About Cannabis for Kids With Cancer, Says United Patients Group and Cash Hyde Foundation

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Medical marijuana resource United Patients Group and the Cash Hyde Foundation step up initiatives to change public perception and policies that keep families from finding the best treatment for the cancer that tortures their children. Where are parents to go … Continue reading

What is a Cannabis Dose? by Aunt Zelda’s Oils

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No matter how long or short the intake process is with a patient, the discussion boils down to how much cannabis medicine to take, and how to take it – suppository, sublingual, ingestion, vaporizer, and/or dabs – When? With or … Continue reading

Pennsylvania Parents of Children with Epilepsy Pin Hopes on Pot Bill


Hannah Pallas lies still on her quilt-covered bed when the seizure ends, arms and legs draped to her side. Nurse Brenda Cammisa folds up the girl’s thin legs, administers oxygen, and cradles her with soothing words and hands. Hannah, 10, … Continue reading

United Patients Group Remembers Child Medical Marijuana Pioneer Cash Hyde on Anniversary of His Death


Today marks one year since Cash “Cashy” Hyde, one of the nation’s first child medical marijuana users, succumbed to terminal brain cancer. United Patients Group takes a look at how things have changed since his passing. When 4-year-old brain cancer … Continue reading

October Link Roundup

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October has been a crazy month for marijuana. From Uruguay’s big move to legalize, to the incredible speech given by Drug Policy Alliance executive director Ethan Nadelmann at the International Drug Reform Conference, marijuana popularity is at an all-time high. … Continue reading

Colorado mom visited by child protective services for treating son’s cancer with medical marijuana instead of chemotherapy


Sierra Riddle turned to medical marijuana after chemotherapy made her 3-year-old son Landon violently ill. Since starting the controversial treatment in January, she says his cancer has gone into remission. A Colorado Springs mom is catching heat from social services … Continue reading

In Mexico, Dalai Lama backs Medical Marijuana


The Dalai Lama weighed in on Mexico’s marijuana legalization debate on Tuesday, telling an audience that he backs the drug’s use for medicinal purposes. The Tibetan spiritual leader, speaking at an event hosted by former Mexican president Vicente Fox, said … Continue reading

Who’s Doing the Stance Dance? United Patients Group Highlights Big Changes in Prominent Marijuana Positioning


Medical marijuana resource United Patients Group lists prominent figures who have changed their stances on the cannabis plant. In the wake of Attorney General Eric Holder’s recent announcement that the federal government will not challenge the marijuana legalization initiatives of … Continue reading

September Link Roundup


Time to tear off another page of your calendar! It’s October already, and the pumpkin spiced lattes are flowing. In case you missed some of the incredible marijuana news that happened in September, we’ve once again rounded up our favorite … Continue reading

Rethinking the War on Drugs

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After two major policy announcements by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice, where can we expect the War on Drugs to go from here? Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced the Department of Justice’s decision to respect … Continue reading

Health Rabbi Ties Jewish Faith to Medical Marijuana


Now, he is practicing his faith in a different line of work: Kahn runs a dispensary for medical marijuana. Call it a mitzvah – or one of God’s commandments. “From the Jewish perspective, nothing is more important than the concept … Continue reading

Dr. Sanjay Gupta Changes Stance on Weed, Sets the Record Straight


When one of America’s most trusted and prominent doctors changed his stance in favor of medical marijuana last month, we at United Patients Group did a collective back-flip. In case you missed it, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta … Continue reading

Drug abuse center NIDA on why it’s supporting medical marijuana research


The U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has issued a statement outlining its commitment to medical marijuana research. The statement, penned by NIDA Director Nora Volkow, includes a pledge to supply research-grade marijuana to researchers for scientific purposes. NIDA … Continue reading

Summer is over, school is in full swing, Mike Hyde for Missoula Mayor! by Kalli Hyde

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Most people probably don’t know this, but September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month. The color of Pediatric Cancer Awareness is GOLD, just like the color for breast cancer awareness is PINK. To me, every month is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month, … Continue reading

A Mother’s Story about fighting Cancer…Successfully by Leanne Woodland

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We all have an ultimate dream-come-true scenario. For Leanne Woodland it is opening the nation’s first child cannabis clinic to assist parents in helping their child’s immune system beat childhood cancer with organic foods, holistic living and understanding the power … Continue reading

Cannabis Oil – Convinced of the Cure


We’re so proud of my father-in-law Stan Rutner. He was finally able to tell the world his amazing SUCCESS story in this month’s issue of CULTURE MAGAZINE! From 10 days to live to CANCER FREE…thanks to Cannabis Oil. Happy 80th … Continue reading

Prescription Painkiller Overdoses

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“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report last month highlighting the skyrocketing rates of prescription painkiller overdoses in women from 1999-2010, the most recent year with final data. While men are still more likely to die from … Continue reading

Grief— it’s what’s for dinner, every night by Kalli Hyde

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I miss you.  I miss every little thing about you; my heart literally aches without you. I wish this was all just a bad bad dream, and that I will wake up soon. I miss your sweet baby voice saying … Continue reading

Why I changed my mind on weed by Sanjay Gupta


Over the last year, I have been working on a new documentary called “Weed.” The title “Weed” may sound cavalier, but the content is not. I traveled around the world to interview medical leaders, experts, growers and patients. I spoke … Continue reading

Our Favorite Links of July


Happy August, everyone! As you continue to soak up the summer sun, let’s take a look back at big news that happened in the medical cannabis industry during the month of July. The first half of 2013 was filled with … Continue reading

Unconventional Courage: Medical Marijuana and Children

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These are the stories of different children, with different cancers, syndromes and conditions, from different parts of the country.  Some are no longer alive.  Some are still alive and still fighting.  All of them have parents who have stopped at … Continue reading

Summer time fun, minus one by Kalli Hyde


Dear Sweet Cashy, Well it’s been quite the roller coaster of events in the last few weeks. The last time I was able to write to you was before we were heading to San Francisco to do a viewing of your documentary … Continue reading

Cancer, a perspective changer by Kalli Hyde


Cancer is a perspective changer. If you can get past the oppressive nature of the grief and make room for it in your day to day life, then you can get to a place where you start to see not … Continue reading

June Link Roundup


It’s summertime and the links are looking fine! Here are the June headlines you may have missed. Can you believe it’s already July?  We can’t. As we head into the second half of the year, we look back at some … Continue reading

United Patients Group Gives “Seal of Approval” to Outstanding Products and Companies

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United Patients Group introduces a new way for patients to know what products and businesses are reliable and trustworthy in terms of quality and customer service with its Seal of Approval, awarded to select products, brands and organizations that meet … Continue reading

3 Ways You Can Support the Legalization Movement Today by MMJ patient Alexis


Comedian Daniel Tosh said it best in his crass stand-up style, “I think we should legalize marijuana in this country… so potheads have nothing to talk about ever again.”  Marijuana and humor have a long-standing love affair, which makes it … Continue reading

Happy Father’s Day by Kalli Hyde

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When your child dies you not only grieve their everlasting loss and absence of their presence, but you also grieve the loss of the possibilities and all of the hopes and dreams you had for your child. You grieve the … Continue reading

Drug Testing 101


Here we cover the basics of drug testing in the workplace, including employer and state policies, types of drug tests, a detection timeline, and how to avoid a negative result. Ronald Reagan passed an Executive Order in 1986 that mandated … Continue reading

In a Sea of Skin Care Choices – Why Choose Hemp?


As consumers we are constantly bombarded with the next best thing, and this is certainly the case in regards to skin care products. So how do you choose or discern what is the right choice for you? I believe nature … Continue reading

Who is America’s Longest Running War Really Helping? In Theaters Today, American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny Seeks Answers to Big Questions


American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny, now playing in select theaters across the nation, takes a hard look inside America’s longest running war to find out why the government and big pharma companies are benefiting from cannabis restrictions while others … Continue reading

Cashy, you are my super hero by Kalli Hyde


Cashy, You’re so beautiful and you never cease to amaze me.  You inspire me so much buddy, I strive to be a better person because of you. Because your life was cut short, I feel that I need to try … Continue reading

We’re Gonna Be Blunt: The Truth About Marijuana


Historically speaking, famous pot smokers have been men: Cheech and Chong, The Dude, Snoop Dogg, Harold and Kumar…the list goes on. With a few exceptions, women haven’t been blazing the same stoner trail (at least, not in public). But, these … Continue reading

May Link Roundup


Believe it or not, May is almost over already! Catch up on news you missed with our May Link Roundup. We have seen some incredible stories come through the wire this May. From the drama surrounding the future of Los … Continue reading

6 months without my heart beating by Kalli Hyde

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Cashy, It’s absolutely asinine to think you’ve been robbed of your little boy life now for 6 months. Thank you cancer once again for ruining our lives and everyone else that you touch. 6 months without your silly monkey ways, … Continue reading

The Revival of Regulation


Despite being the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996, California has been lagging in terms of giving its patients safe access to the medicinal plant. Proposition 215, also known as the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, allowed for the … Continue reading

Dear May, oh how I loath thee by Kalli Hyde


Dear life…why are you so hard? Why do you have to pull at my heart strings (or lack thereof from sadness and grief) and take them in every direction…literally every day? Haven’t you had enough? I have. For some reason … Continue reading

What is Cannabis Oil? by Dr Arno Hazekamp


What is Cannabis oil? Concentrated cannabis extracts, also known as Cannabis oils because of their sticky and viscous appearance, are increasingly mentioned by self-medicating patients as a cure for cancer. In general, preparation methods for Cannabis oil are relatively simple … Continue reading

April’s Cannabis Link Roundup


In our efforts to cull cancer-related cannabis stories, we’ve become amazed by the speedy strides that cannabis continues to make in 2013. Not only is the cannabis landscape changing, with more developments in Cannabidiol and cancer testing, but so are … Continue reading

Vapir Rise – A Vanguard in Vaporizer Versatility


The Vapir Rise represents a revolutionary advancement in the world of vaporizers. The state of the art forced air vaporizer is incredibly versatile and easy to use. From its Precise Touch Pad temperature control panel to the adjustable fan speed … Continue reading

D-day, Three Years Later by Kalli Hyde


Well, we are getting close to D-day. D-day meaning Cashy’s diagnosis day May 3rd, 2010, one of the worst days of our lives.  The day that changed our lives, but not for the worst.  I will say it changed our … Continue reading

Natural Supplements for Depression: 8 Natural Treatments


Depression is when your mood is so down, it affects every aspect of your life. This includes thoughts, actions, feelings, point of view, and physical well-being. Depressed people can feel sad, helpless, hopeless, anxious, empty, worried, worthless, guilty, irritable, hurt, … Continue reading

I Don’t Have a 420 Face


It was the weekend to be at a cannabis event celebrating the convergence of all things 420 (and psychoactive). April 20th is the date to stand up, light up, and be like the Grateful Dead’s kid, and smoke weed out … Continue reading

The Brave Little Soul by John Alessi shared by Kalli Hyde


I came across this poem and absolutely fell in love with it, so I had to share it with everyone who helped Cashy on his Journey, from friends, family, to perfect strangers.  Cashy has touched the lives of many in his short … Continue reading

How Cannabis Affects the Brain


  Humans have been smoking marijuana for nearly 5,000 years and it has been used to treat a whole range of different ailments and illnesses. Ancient Chinese texts listed more than 100 ailments, in fact, and because this list includes … Continue reading

…The silence without you is deafening by Kalli Hyde


There are names given to people left behind after a death. A wife who loses her husband is called a widow. A husband who loses his wife is called a widower. A child who loses his parents is called an … Continue reading

National Cancer Control Month is the Topper


April hosts an abundance of awareness days – World Autism Awareness Day, Earth Day, and World Health Day – but declaring it National Cancer Control Month is the cherry topper in this age of disease, technology, and medicine. It is … Continue reading

“omg, my cat died of cancer too!” by Kalli Hyde

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Cashy, Wow, it’s been a very busy past couple weeks since I’ve last written.  We took a much needed trip to Salt Lake City. This was our first trip (besides when we went down to bury you) as a family … Continue reading

Like You Knew It Was Your Last Kiss by Kalli Hyde


Cashy, you have been on my mind A LOT lately, well you’re on my mind every minute of the day but lately it seems like every second. You’re there in everything I do, everything your brother and sister do, everything … Continue reading

March Madness Marijuana Roundup


As we watched the marijuana industry’s movement this March, we noticed that it sprung into spring on the right step. From another state approving a (somewhat restrictive, but nonetheless positive) medical marijuana bill to a Grammy-winning rapper and dispensary collaboration … Continue reading

Imagine…How One Precious Life Can Affect So Many

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Imagine…a world with complete medicinal freedom; where the only thing standing between you and the medicine you need is your doctor.  Can you even picture it? In high school, they taught us smoking one joint was the damaging equivalent of inhaling … Continue reading

Cashy: I know you’re guiding me through my grief. I love you by Kalli Hyde

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Cashy, it sure has been a busy last couple of weeks, between moving into the new house, working full time, and two busy kids (well a baby that is literally into EVERYTHING) and a busy daddy who has to pick … Continue reading

Denial: Feds Ignore Their Own Agency’s Findings Around Medical Benefits of Marijuana


In this week’s “hypocrisy news,” the federal government continues to deny the medical value of cannabis even in light of contrary claims by its own agency, the National Institute of Health. According to an article on NBC, the Advocates … Continue reading

A New Hope for Recreational Marijuana in California

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The new year signified a new outlook for those on the marijuana front, and the trend has spilled into the local California marijuana scene. In a recent field poll, voters responded in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana – a 54 … Continue reading

Pictures, potty time, juicing and growing to do by Kalli Hyde


Cashy, I’ve been so sad for you these last few days. I miss you so incredibly much that there are no words in the dictionary that could describe such emptiness. How is it even possible that you’re gone? Could this … Continue reading

Cancer, I hope you get cancer and die! by Kalli Hyde


Cashy, Cashy, Cashy. Oh, how you are changing the world, even if it’s just through one person at a time. I don’t think a single person who sees your sweet smiling face or hears your contagious laugh could ever continue … Continue reading

Marching on with Medical Marijuana: February Link Roundup


The medical marijuana industry continues to grow by leaps and bounds and sometimes it’s hard to keep up! It has made bigger strides in the past year than it has in the last decade, so we felt it appropriate to … Continue reading

Field Guide to Marijuana and the Workplace


Since the November election, we have been keeping a close eye on the legal status of medical and recreational-use marijuana. With many states approving the medical use of cannabis, and Colorado and Washington paving the way for recreational use, we … Continue reading

Owls, Mediums, Cashy’s and Billboards…by Kalli Hyde


Well, we are coming up on three months since your passing Cashy.  It’s not getting any easier, just more tolerable.  Everyone tells me, “ohh it gets easier as the time passes.” I call bullshit on that.  Sometimes I feel like … Continue reading

Weeding Through Marijuana Facts and Fiction


In Colorado and Washington, adults now can legally unwind after a tough day at the office by lighting up a joint. Meanwhile, here in California, 17 other states and the District of Columbia, anyone complaining of nearly any ailment, from … Continue reading

Debunking MMJ Demographics


Despite society’s latest increase in approval over marijuana usage, stereotyping of marijuana users still exists. Today, we encourage dispelling that habit. To some, marijuana is limited to the highly-stigmatized “stoner” label. Associated with laziness, danger, and an unsuccessful lifestyle, this … Continue reading

Dixie Botanicals – Frequently Asked Questions


Will Dixie Botanicals work for me? Each individual is unique and has different wellness goals they are interested in addressing though the consumption and application of the Dixie Botanicals products. While we are not medical professionals and cannot make medical … Continue reading

Compassionate Care Club – Dixie Botanicals


Thousands of customers have chosen this revitalizing line of hemp based dietary supplements to promote their overall wellness. Here at Dixie Botanicals we listen to our customers. Many of you have indicated your love of our products, but also that … Continue reading

Marijuana Trends in 2013


A new year means a new outlook, and that’s what marijuana is seeing this year. Back in the November 2012 elections, we all witnessed an amazing shift – US citizens’ opinions on marijuana have moved from utter negation to a … Continue reading