Your Cannabis Guide

Everything you ever wanted to know about Marijuana

While cannabis has been widely used for centuries across the world, there are things that many still are unsure of regarding it's history, laws and even different uses. We have compiled a guide to help you navigate the ins and outs of all things cannabis. While this information is a great start, you will still want an expert who can help you select the right products for your specific needs. Let us know how we can help. Check out our menus and then give us a call or stop in today to let one of our experts help.

History

Cannabis Through The Ages




Laws

This information is meant to be a guide but is not legal advice. You are ultimately responsible for knowing all state and federal regulations and abiding by them.

  • 8,000 BCE - Oldest Archeological Discovery




  • 2000-800 BCE - Hindu Sacred Texts Mention "Sacred Grass" or "Bhang"




  • 1937 - Cannabis is Made Illegal in USA via "Marhuana Tax Act"




  • 1996 - California is 1st State to Legalize Medicinal Cannabis





  • 2013 Uruguay is 1st Country to Legalize Cannabis







  • 2017 - USA Attorney General Sessions Rescinds "Cole Memo" in New Memorandum





  • 2018/2019 - The Farm Bill Legalizes Hemp Production





  • Cannabis is labeled as a Schedule 1 under the Controlled Substances Act. Classified as having no medical use in treatment and has a high potential for abuse.

    States continue implementing medical and recreational programs that regulate purchases to adults in a similar way to alcohol or prescription drugs.

    Transportation across state lines is currently a crime. Travelling from a legal cannabis state to any other state is federally illegal.



  • 2,700 BCE - Used in Chinese Medicine





  • 1800s - Cannabis is Widely Used as an Over-The-Counter Treatment




  • 1964 - THC Molecule is Isolated and Synthesized





  • 2012 Washington is 1st State to Legalize Recreational Cannabis





  • 2014 USA Attorney General Cole Issues Memo Stating Federal Resources Will No Longer Be Spent On State Regulated Programs






  • 2018 Michigan Legalizes Recreational Cannabis









  • Attorney General Sessions rescinds 'Cole Memo' with a new memo and states

    "[This] memo on federal marijuana enforcement simply directs all U.S. Attorneys to use previously established prosecutorial principles that provide them all the necessary tools to disrupt criminal organizations, tackle the growing drug crisis, and thwart violent crime across our country."