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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 Marijuana prohibition is entering its 78th year. Colorado’s marijuana law went into effect at the beginning of last year in the wake of changing attitudes. Compared to 1969, when only 12% supported legalizing pot, today a majority of Americans support legalizing recreational use of the drug. It is legal to purchase marijuana in four states […]

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Hemp in fiber trials at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Credit: Matt Barton, UK Ag Communciations Industrial hemp research at the University of Kentucky is moving along in its second year. Researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment hosted a field day Aug. 13 to […]

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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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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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Hemp in fiber trials at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Credit: Matt Barton, UK Ag Communciations Industrial hemp research at the University of Kentucky is moving along in its second year. Researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment hosted a field day Aug. 13 to […]

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BERKELEY, California (KRON) —  A new product promises the same ingredient that helps medical marijuana patients will help your pets. Owners of a pet store in Berkeley said Treatibles are helping their four-legged friends with a range of issues–from anxiety to arthritis. KRON 4’s Kate Cagle went to find out why these dog treats are […]

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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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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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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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“Cannabis is like a medicine cabinet,” says Roger Pertwee, who was instrumental in some of the early cannabis trials for multiple sclerosis. “It has a lot of compounds in it that are novel and unique to cannabis. We have discovered 104 so far, but there are others. There are many potential uses that we have […]

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