Blogs & Articles

Stay up to date with the cannabis and hemp industry on WeedWorthy.com

Rich history of cannabis on display at Seattle Museum - Cannabis News

Prior to 1937, marijuana was considered medicine, and its versatile parent plant, hemp, was grown and refined for the production of paper, textiles, clothing, biofuels and more.

But that all changed with a variety of state and federal bans, and today, most cannabis products remain illegal, at least at a federal level.

When Prohibition hit, the federal government instructed pharmacists and homeowners to dispose of their now-illegal inventories of tinctures and elixirs.

Most did, but not everyone got the message, or cared to follow the rules.

Click here to read the complete article

Linda Ball ~ Spokesman.com ~ 

Cash Transport and Security Assessments
Pennsylvania county approves medical marijuana pol...