Tank Blog — Cannabis CA

History of bongs

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Even though bongs are a very common instrument used to smoke medicinal herbs, the usage of these was not as common many years ago as it is nowadays. However, smoking was, indeed, an important recreational, religious, and shamanic activity of the culture of some of the most powerful civilizations in history. Ancient civilizations and empires like Babylonians and Israelites burned incense as shamanistic and religious adoration, and this was probably what lead the people to different usage of this incense. Incense created using several plants would create powerful hallucinogenic drugs which effect was even stronger if the incense was burned...

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Healthy Friend or Risky Foe?

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Smoking marijuana has increasingly stirred up disputes in our society because of the spread of misinformation, leading the population to riot in the streets advocating for its legal use. Little do people know that some things that might be frown upon could somehow be beneficial or pleasant to others. The problem crops up when we’re unable to tell apart what can aid us or adversely affect our body. For decades, it has been widely recognized that smoking progressively damages your lung tissues. At first glance, this might come across as a life-threatening substance that when consumed, it causes irreparable damages,...

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New Cannabis Legislation in California

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Here in California, our legislature closed out the week with some improvements to reforms in marijuana taxes and expanding the industry’s access to banking. Once they make it to the governor’s desk, they are now set to shape the marijuana industry further into the future. Industry advocates have been looking to 2020 as a transformative year with regard to marijuana legislation but then COVID-19 happened. But the silver lining there was that local regulators decided that the industry was essential which allowed dispensaries to stay open even amid shutdowns in some areas. Senate Bill 67 Other news was Senate Bill...

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