August 2015

With a majority of Americans in favor of marijuana legalization, it seems to be only time before the herb is legal in every state. Currently only four states (Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington) and D.C. have legalized recreational pot for adults—but according to financial blog 24/7 Wall St., 11 more states might not be far […]

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Posted by Brian Hines on Jul 16, 2015 The Spiritual Naturalist Society takes no official position on the use of psychotropics in ritual or spiritual practices. However, the Society does recognize that entheogens have been a part of religious, shamanic, and other spiritual practices throughout human history. We therefore respect and welcome Spiritual Naturalists who […]

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State officials are weighing a question that could drastically expand Minnesota’s medical marijuana program and offer hope of relief to thousands of residents: Should it allow people with intractable pain to buy the new drug? With its program launched just this summer, the state is seeking public input on the expansion in a series of […]

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With a majority of Americans in favor of marijuana legalization, it seems to be only time before the herb is legal in every state. Currently only four states (Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington) and D.C. have legalized recreational pot for adults—but according to financial blog 24/7 Wall St., 11 more states might not be far […]

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Posted by Brian Hines on Jul 16, 2015 The Spiritual Naturalist Society takes no official position on the use of psychotropics in ritual or spiritual practices. However, the Society does recognize that entheogens have been a part of religious, shamanic, and other spiritual practices throughout human history. We therefore respect and welcome Spiritual Naturalists who […]

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Facebook Twitter Linkedin Googleplus Stumbleupon Reddit Source: Mark Piscotty/Getty Images 2012 and 2014 were both incredibly important years for marijuana legalization. Colorado and Washington both passed initiatives to decriminalize and legalize cannabis by popular vote in 2012, and since then, have both opened the first legal marijuana markets in the U.S. Legal retail sales began this […]

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