CANNABUSINESS: What if we told you there was a plant that could help fight climate change, end world hunger, stop plastic pollution, and help heal severe illness? You would probably call us crazy! Maybe that's why everyone is losing their mind lately over HEMP! Learn more about the potential possibilities of this powerful and potent plant cousin of pot in the article ALL HEMP EVERYTHING, only on Hoodie Goodies!
CANNABUSINESS: Marijuana is becoming more widely accepted and popular around the country due to recent legalization efforts. But just what is the current situation with marijuana in the DMV? In this article, we explain the current legal status of weed in the District of Colombia, Maryland, and Virginia and explore what the future may hold in store for recreational and medical cannabis! Learn more by reading the article below! Do you support marijuana legalization in the DMV? Let us know in the comments!
Washington D.C: Written by Zach Champ. Understanding Washington DC Cannabis. The District of Columbia is known for being one of the new Marijuana Capitals in the United States. Just what exactly is the law on Marijuana in DC, and what can you expect as a visitor, tourist, or resident? Learn more by reading this Hoodie Goodies article on our Cannabusiness Blog!
WHAT IS MYRCENE? Myrcene is a terpenoid, a type of compound certain plants will make to help defend themselves and reproduce successfully. Terpenoids can be found in the essential oil of plants along with other organic chemicals such as alkaloids. In Cannabis, these oils are produced in the resinous glands known as trichomes. Terpenoids, in combination with other alkaloids and phytocannabinoids, are responsible for the aroma, taste, and colorful appearance of plants. It is these compounds that provide the medicinal and healing effects that make plants like Cannabis so revered by herbal medicine. Myrcene is found in several plants including: Mangos (Mangifera indica), Hops (Humulus lupus), Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus), Bay Leaves (Laurus nobilis), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), Verbena (Verbena officinalus),...