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Dose Your Dabs Using This Handy Tool

According to experts at verywellmind.com, dabbing—consuming cannabis (or hash) with highly concentrated levels of THC—can be dangerous, with one study concluding that a dab can contain up to 90-percent higher THC concentration than traditional cannabis.  On July 9, the California cannabis company Sozo Health Inc. (“Sozo”) announced the release of a development to make dabbing more precise. Normally,...

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Doctors Still Advise Smokers To Stick To Their Own Joints

In March of 2020, CelebStoner advised its readers: “Due to the new health paradigm, we recommend no sharing of joints, pipes, bongs, and vape devices.” But what to do now that 45 percent of Americans are fully vaccinated and, in Michigan, the statewide mask mandate has been lifted?  In a gobbledygook answer overusing the word “vaccinated,” doctors interviewed for...

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Live With Michigan’s Most Famous Stoner

Freddie “The Stoner” Miller appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live in late May, the third time he’s been interviewed by the talk show host since January 2020. What is it about Miller that makes him so appealing that Kimmel keeps having him on? Here’s the answer—and more—from Michigan’s star stoner, along with news of an unbelievably happy ending.   Do...

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The Rise Of The Canna-Parent

First there were the “wine moms.” Now there are the “weed moms”—ones who, along with dads, have turned to cannabis for serenity, relaxation, other health benefits, and, in some cases, to help their children deal with everything from generalized anxiety to symptoms associated with autism. Now Scary Mommy, an online community of millions of women who support each...

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Elevate Your Camping Experience With The Michigan Department of Natural Resources New Lodging Options

With the heat, humidity, and enormous cicada hatch coming this summer, it might make sense to camp in something other than a mere tent—something the Michigan Department of Natural Resources appeared to recognize in its planning for summer 2021. So it went to work constructing or obtaining cottages, tiny homes, minicabins, A-frames, and safari tents in several state...

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Bogeys and Blunts

Nothing pairs better with golf than ganja. See for yourself. Just few miles east of Lake Michigan, at Pigeon Creek Golf Club outside of Grand Haven, Sensi hosted its Summer Kickoff Golf Scramble. Don’t golf? No problem. Guided hiking and foot golf, a game using a soccer ball that’s scored like golf, were popular additions as well. Sponsors...

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Smart Move

Last month, longtime cannabis advocates and stoner-friendly band Slightly Stooped launched its own cannabis, spirits, and health-and-wellness brand with an aim greater than just getting people high, happy, and healthy. After embracing cannabis culture throughout its two-decade-long career, the band wants to deliver both top-quality cannabis products and a social justice message. “Marijuana represents freedom and emphasizes the...

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Exoskeleton Apocalypse

If you remember their last emergence, you probably hate them: cicadas are the bugs we love to confuse with locusts from the Old Testament. If nature makes you queasy, stop reading now, because scientists are saying that the so-called Great Eastern Brood of cicadas, including hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions that live in Michigan, will soon be waking...

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Whitmer Pushes the DEA for Federal Legalization

Cannabis businesses have a friend in Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, it appears after her comments on 4/20. “To be blunt, legalization is great for the economy; it creates jobs and boosts tax revenue that can go toward our schools, communities, and first responders,” she tweeted that day. Whitmer urged passage of the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking...

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