Are Your Lungs Shot from COVID So You Can’t Smoke or Vape Weed, Anymore?

People are reporting that that COVID has wrecked their lungs so they can’t smoke or vape weed anymore. Were you a cannabis smoker or enjoyed vaping cannabis oil, but have found that after COVID, your lungs just don’t have the same capacity or stamina anymore?  What can you do now? …

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The COVID Affect on Marijuana Sales, Can the Blistering Pace Continue After the Pandemic?

https://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/article/covid-19-cannabis-purchase-change/ We can all agree that COVID-19 has been a real motherfucker for many businesses around the world. Many generational restaurants have been shut down, musicians embodied the “starving artist ethos” and even Hollywood delayed their projects. While many industries have suffered due to the pandemic – the cannabis industry…

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Anxiety & Depression During COVID in Isolate Elderly – Panel on Cannabis Helps Dementia Podcast

Our panelists are experts in elder care and specialists in cannabinoid medicine with first hand experience on the frontlines in California’s North Bay Area. We love that they’re always sharing their knowledge at medical symposia, events, webinars and podcasts Zoom. Joining us on the panel to talk about anxiety and…

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Cannabis Activist Adam Eidinger Offering Free Weed with COVID Vaccine | TMZ

Here’s a new idea that might entice more folks to get vaccinated for COVID-19 … bags of free weed!! SUBSCRIBE: http://tmz.me/wONe5NO About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by…

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College students taking a COVID gap semester are turning to cannabis jobs

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the college experience. An August 2020 poll by College Reaction and Axios found that 22% of college students said they won’t be enrolling this fall semester. Many students citing a dissatisfaction with remote learning. Others are concerned about their health. That gap semester has left…

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