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Rosin Press

A rosin press compresses dry marijuana into theĀ solventless extract. Furthermore, a solventless extract does not contain solvents or chemicals. A rosin press creates a solvent-less cannabis extract, or wax, when heated. See also our following resources on rosin: Make Your Own...
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Wax

Wax is another word for cannabis extract. This type of cannabis extract has a waxy texture and consistency.

Cannabidiol – part 2

Cannabidiol is an active cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. CBD is short for Cannabidiol. Cannabis has 113 known active cannabinoids. It makes up about 40% of the plant. It's a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. Therefore, it does not produce "the high" of...

Dabbing

Dabbing is the act of pressing essential oil extracts or concentrates onto the heated surface of a dab rig. The essential oil extracts or concentrates produce vapor when heated up. Then, an individual can start inhaling the vapor. Dabbing is...

Dab Rig

A dab rig is associated with dabbing. Dabbing requires the use of a dab rig. Essential oil extracts and concentrates can be dabbed. A dab rig is typically a glass bong that incorporates water filtration. A dab rig requires a...

CB1 Receptor

CB1 receptor refers to Cannabinoid receptor type 1. A CB1 receptor is a cell membrane receptor found in the brain. It stimulates the physiological processes of appetite, mood, memory, and pain-sensation. Therefore, marijuana can relieve pain, increase appetite, and...
Rosin

Solventless Extract

Solventless extract are cannabis concentrates made through an extraction process that does not use solvents or chemicals. For example, a common type of solventless extract is rosin. While there are several ways to extract cannabis, using a hair straightener is...

Prop 64

California Proposition 64, commonly known as Prop 64, legalized recreational marijuana in the State of California. It passed with 57.13% voter approval. Retail sales of recreational marijuana will not begin in California until January 1, 2018. Furthermore, it's expected that...
California Proposition 215, commonly known as Prop 215 or the Compassionate Use Act, was voter-approved on November 5, 1996 in the general election ballot. Specifically, Prop 215 exempts medicinal marijuana users and their caregivers under medical treatment recommended by...
Marijuana delivery services distribute marijuana to medical marijuana patients. They are similar to most other delivery services because driver simply delivers and drops off medical marijuana to patients. They are popular in cities that ban dispensaries. Some cities in California...

Budtender

A budtender is the the second person customers and patients see when they enter a medical or recreational marijuana dispensary. Budtenders are like bartenders because they help customers pick out concentrates and edibles, and then prepares their purchases. Most budtenders...
The Bureau of Marijuana Control makes decisions on marijuana licensing and regulation in California. The Bureau deals with both medicinal and recreational marijuana licensing and regulation in California. Furthermore, they decide whether dispensaries sell medicinal or recreational marijuana, or...

Dispensary

A dispensary sells recreational and/or medicinal marijuana. Dispensaries feature a variety of marijuana strains. They usually carry top shelf products. While they can be expensive, dispensaries provide expert advice and information regarding marijuana. Furthermore, if customers or patients have questions,...
The Compassionate Use Act of 1996, or Prop 215, legalized medicinal marijuana in California. As a result, patients can use medicinal marijuana to treat a variety of illnesses and conditions. Furthermore, patients can use medicinal marijuana under the supervision...

Cannabinoid Receptors

Cannabinoid receptors are part of the Endocannabinoid system. They are cell membrane receptors. There are both CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body. The Endocannabinoid system controls pain-sensation, mood, memory, and appetite. As a result, marijuana can reduce pain, impact...

CB2 Receptors

They give marijuana the ability to reduce inflammation. They are part of the reason why marijuana has medical benefits. First of all, tonsils, white blood cells, and the spleen contain CB2 receptors. Cannabinoids activate CB2 receptors. As a result, CB2...
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510 Threaded

"510 threaded" can refer to several parts of a vaporizer. However, 510 Threaded commonly refers to the threading that connects a vape pen or eCig attachment to its battery. Furthermore, this threading is 5mm in diamater and contains 10...
The Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform is a volunteer based advocacy group. It pushes for cannabis law reform in the United States. It aims to remove laws that punish people who possess or cultivate marijuana. Furthermore, it aims to create...
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