Unconventional Recipes: Cooking with Sticks

Written and photographed by Renee Thompson *Edibles should only be shared and eaten by consenting adults and/or medical patients. Cannabis ingredients should be stored in a safe place away from children.*  When I first started smoking, I thought the only useful thing a leftover cannabis stem could do was clean out a bowl in a …

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High Recommendations: Delta Nine Fruit Punch

written and photographed by Renee Thompson *Edibles should only be consumed by consenting adults/medical users, and make sure to store them in a secure area away from children. * I started dabbling in medicated beverages once I moved to Eugene for school. As someone who uses THC and CBD to manage a few chronic conditions, …

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What’s My Tolerance?

written by Alexandra Arnett, photographed by Nina Compeau We’ve all heard the words “cannabis tolerance,” but what exactly does that mean, and how does it work?  Developing a tolerance toward cannabis means that your body has become accustomed to the physiological and psychological effects of cannabis. This typically results in the need to use higher …

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Customer’s Guide to Cannabis

written by Alexandra Arnett The Cannabis sativa L. species is a member of the family Cannabaceae. Around 27.8 million years ago, a split occurred within the Cannabacea family developing into Cannabis L. and Humulus L. Cannabis has been used for thousands of years either as medicine, food, for fibers and even in religious ceremonies. Many …

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4/20 Eats

written and photographed by Kimberly Harris Warning: This article is for the personal use of adults 21 years of age or older in a cannabis-legal state. Edibles must be made for personal use, at home and consumed by a knowing and consenting adult. Any other use of edibles like distributing for profit or unknowingly dosing …

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Connecting w/ Cannabis: Women’s Sexual Health and Wellness

written and photographed by Dana Sparks On any given day, Kass Traieh, 23, balances attending the University of Oregon and working part-time as a bartender. She just recently moved away from her childhood friends and family in southern California to buy a home in the Pacific Northwest and get her degree in human physiology.  Unsurprisingly, …

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What’s Up with Vapes?

written by Alexandra Arnett, photographed by Nina Compeau Cannabis vape pens, nicotine vape oil and nicotine vape pens have been around for less than 10 years, and there has been little research on the safety of inhaling these products. Recently, vaping has caused a lot of fuss within the cannabis industry. Patients have reported variations …

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4/20 Strain Survival Guide

words and photos by Bryan Dorn As 4/20 approaches, stoners everywhere are gearing up to celebrate the cannabis holiday. However, it’s important to pace yourself and choose your strains wisely in order to avoid a 5 p.m. bedtime or an immobilizing food coma. This list contains perfect strains for morning, noon and night to keep …

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High Recommendations

words by Emma Routley I couldn’t even guess what wearing a cannabis transdermal patch would feel like. None of my friends or coworkers had tried them either, which sparked my curiosity about why patches didn’t seem to be a popular cannabis product option. My interest peaked, and I decided to give a cannabis transdermal patch …

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Cooking on High

words by Josh Delzell | photos by Marin Stuart It’s well known that classic consumption of cannabis is done by burning, puffing and smoking it. It is an easy and direct way to to get in into your system quickly, but another rising consumption trend is edibles. While it takes longer to kick in, the payoff is a …

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