Cannabis Cooking Has Come A Long Way… Becca explores the impressive evolution of cannabis cooking through the years — from pot brownies to marijuana mousse.
The rich and complicated history of our black brothers and sisters gets even more rich and more complicated when it comes to cannabis. Becca offers some pearls on the connection between Africans and cannabis being brought to the Americas. Go here to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and we can see where we take this mj conversation! Also join us on Twitter (@MJStraightTalk) …
We love our stoners, but they’ve gotten waaaay too much lopsided attention over the years, which has lead to cannabis getting a bad rap. Becca shows us some fitting alternatives!
For marijuana lovers, this may be the most festive holiday addition you could ever imagine!
A four-hour long erection?! Hmmmm, not so much. Leland Rucker has a better idea. This is one of our “Best Of’s” from our TV show. Enjoy!
Ah so touched by the infinite ways folks show their love for the Plant.
Hi, Becca here. These days when cannabis is portrayed in a group setting, it’s generally something sensationalized — like a hoity-toity party or a ‘pullout-all-the-stops’ event of premium rolls and gourmet edibles. Or, at the opposite end of the spectrum, a stoner-esque conclave awash in bongs, nails and dab rings.
When it comes to marijuana, we’ve got a VERY uneven playing field. How uneven? Test your knowledge! (I was trying to go for that over-the-top smooooth and a little bit crooked game show host. What do you think? Did I succeed?)
First a Little Story … We met Highah Seekah when we met his music. His activist lyrics embrace, yes, ‘freeing’ the Plant but also righting other injustices from viral weapons and the Gulf Oil spill to reminders to keep on keeping on. Highah Seekah — Richard Harvey at birth — was born in Jamaica. At 12 years old, shaped by the activist roots of his …