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  2. Marijuana vending machine - Wikipedia

    A marijuana vending machine is a vending machine for selling or dispensing cannabis. They are currently in use in the United States and Canada and some may be located in secure rooms in marijuana dispensaries. Some may be operated by employees after a fingerprint scan is obtained from the patient.

  3. Legal Marijuana Now Party - Wikipedia

    In 2016, Legal Marijuana Now placed their presidential candidates, Dan Vacek and Mark Elworth, on the ballot in two states, Iowa and Minnesota. And as a write-in candidate nationwide. Rudy Reyes was nominated by the Legal Marijuana Now Party, in 2020, to run for Vice-president of the United States, but the campaign was postponed until 2024.

  4. Cannabis edible - Wikipedia

    The earliest mention of cannabis-infused food was as far back as 2000 B.C. in India. Known as one of the oldest cannabis traditions, Bhang – a cannabis infused drink made with yogurt, nuts, spices, rose water – is an official drink of Holi, highly celebrated and revered festivals celebrated by the people of Hindu community in India revering Shiva or Kali.

  5. National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

    The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML / ˈ n ɔːr m əl / ()) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., that advocates for the reform of marijuana laws in the United States regarding both medical and non-medical use.

  6. Kush (cannabis) - Wikipedia

    Drinks; Edibles; Smoking; Tea; Vaping; Adult lifetime cannabis use by country; Annual cannabis use by country

  7. Synthetic cannabinoids - Wikipedia

    Synthetic cannabinoid products. Synthetic cannabinoids reagent testing kits recently became economical. It is often difficult to determine what is in these products without reagent testing because masking agents, such as tocopherol (or vitamin E acetate that causes vaping-associated pulmonary injury), eugenol, and fatty acids, are added to confound identification.

  8. Cannabis dispensaries in the United States - Wikipedia

    Twenty three of the United States regulate some form of medical cannabis sales despite federal laws. As of 2016 seventeen of those states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington, and Washington, D.C.) have at least one medical marijuana dispensary, with ...

  9. Cannabis political parties - Wikipedia

    The Marijuana Reform Party was established in New York, in 1998, and ran Gubernatorial candidates there in both 1998 and 2002. 2000s. The U.S. Marijuana Party, organized in 2002, promotes electoral involvement by marijuana legalization supporters. In 2012, the group endorsed Libertarian Gary Johnson for President.