Emerald Cup 2018 – Santa Rosa, CA

If you were still on the fence, the time to decide is now. In less than 48 hours, you could be walking the paths of one of the biggest cannabis industry and community gatherings in Northern California, the Emerald Cup. … Continued

Using Cannabis in Recovery

Hi all, I am back to work after a week off recovering from oral surgery. I had a front tooth removed, and have only since Day 6 been able to enunciate and chew solid food (only on one side though!) … Continued

Changes after July 1st

You may have noticed some (many!) new faces, new rules, new products and new prices since your visits before July 1st. Some changes have been easier than others. So what’s the deal now, exactly? Here are some questions and concerns … Continued

Is Your Medicine Clean Green?

Hi readers and weeders,  Did you know it’s illegal to use pesticides on cannabis? Did you also know that it’s illegal to call cannabis “organic?” I know, I know.    I don’t want to scare you, but there’s a lot … Continued

Where to Scratch Your Cannabis Curiosity

Nothing invigorates the body and mind like a trip to a salon. A place with decor, a sharp smell, a place to unwind and exhale. I’m not talking about a salon for hair and nails, but for cannabis! What? Yes. … Continued

Lounge Lizards, Look No Further

It’s good to be back! The school year is drawing to a close for me (who said stoners can’t be academics?) and my schedule has changed a little, but rest assured I am still here to medicate, educate and hopefully … Continued

What a (Stoner) Girl Wants

This one is for my ladies who love weed! Young women in the cannabis industry know they are outnumbered. You might not know it walking through our doors and seeing all the beautiful and knowledgeable ladies (and I’m totally one … Continued

A Case for the Munchies

Growing up in San Francisco, everyone I know has a bad “pot brownie” experience or bad high school edible story; I know I do. For a long time I steered clear of anything edible and just stuck with flower because I … Continued

The non-psychoactive approach

I would say 85% of the patients I see want to experience a high. Yes, they have legitimate symptoms, be it: cancer, nausea, MS, anxiety, Crohn’s, nerve pain and/or insomnia, but they also want the mental sensation that comes with smoking … Continued