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High Times November 2019

Get your High Times digital magazine subscription today to learn all about the marijuana counter-culture. It features articles on the legalization of marijuana, gives tips on growing cannabis, as well as detailing other drug articles, and providing "Highwitness News." It also has concert information and music reviews.

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TransHigh Corp
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high times

FLASHBACK FRIDAY High Times magazine has unwaveringly advocated for marijuana since its founding in 1974. Countless cannabis enthusiasts were introduced to the intricacies of pot and pot policy in the pages of this magazine. Yet while High Times earned a deserved reputation for teaching the world to grow over its 45-year history, the magazine has also featured legendary countercultural writing from the likes of Tom Robbins, Andy Warhol and Hunter S. Thompson to name a few. To celebrate the literary accomplishments of HT, we’re Most recently, we revisited Tom Robbins’ exploration of magic mushrooms, “Superfly, the Toadstool that Conquered the Universe,” from the December 1976 issue. Here’s a brief taste: “[T]here is evidence… that that common—if misunderstood—toadstool did more to shape humans ideas about themselves and their gods than any other organism…

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pot and the nfl

THIS SEPTEMBER, THE NFL kicked off its 100th season. That’s 100 years of elite athletes abusing their bodies for sport. And while the league has evolved into a massively powerful multibillion-dollar industry, it has largely done so at the expense of its workforce. As a consequence of playing an inherently violent sport, NFL players have suffered debilitating injuries throughout their playing careers, including everything from broken bones and torn ligaments to concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). But despite the risks of the sport, most players want to stay in the game. They simply ask for greater transparency from the league. And a growing number of players are now asking for the right to choose the pain-management and recovery regimen that’s best for their bodies. The vast majority of NFL games…

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high times

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN ADAM LEVIN PRESIDENT AND CEO KRAIG FOX EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MIKE GIANAKOS ART DIRECTOR FRANK MAX SENIOR CULTIVATION EDITOR DANNY DANKO DIGITAL EDITOR CHLOÉ HARPER GOLD STAFF WRITER AB HANNA COPY EDITORS MATTHEW GRACE MIKE DIPAOLA RESEARCH ADVISOR DR. MITCH EARLEYWINE IMPLEMENTATION SPECIALIST TAYLOR BUSH CHAIRMAN EMERITUS MICHAEL KENNEDY FOUNDING PUBLISHER/EDITOR THOMAS KING FORÇADE 1945–1978 VICE PRESIDENT OF CONTENT JON CAPPETTA ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER MAXX ABRAMOWITZ CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER NEIL WATANABE CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER MATT STANG CONSULTING PUBLISHER MARY C. MCEVOY VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE DAVID NEWBERG CHIEF CANNABIS OFFICER NICO ESCONDIDO VICE PRESIDENT OF EVENTS SAMEEN AHMAD DIRECTOR OF EVENTS MARK KAZINEC SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER LEO RECHETNIAK CONTRIBUTORS MIKE ADAMS, ERIK ALTIERI, PAUL ARMENTANO, JEN BERNSTEIN, ERIK BIKSA, SEAN BLACK, JUSTIN CANNABIS, FRANCESCA GENNARI ANDRE GROSSMANN, BRIAN JAHN, K OF TRICHOME TECH, KRYSTAL LAUK MARK MILLER, HARRY RESIN, CHRIS ROBERTS, MICHAEL SIMMONS…

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Cannabis Cures I started using cannabis in Alaska over 40 years ago. At the time I was using it recreationally (which I still do) but soon discovered there were many different uses for the plant. I used cannabis for quitting cigarettes (which was monumental!) and drugs (which was monumental!), helping me sleep and managing my anxiety. Today, there are many people who use cannabis to treat their own medical problems; Autism, seizures, schizophrenia, Crohn’s disease, depression, cancer and cachexia (wasting syndrome) to name but a few. In the North, cannabis is used a lot to combat seasonal affective disorder, also called “cabin fever.” (I know I did!) In my case, on February 22, 2018, I had a major stroke and subsequently brain surgery. I know that cannabis helped me heal, and I’ve healed…

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contact high

AFTER THE HARVEST What you do with your bounty after your pot plants are dried and cured is as important as everything that came before it. The original grow guru Ed Rosenthal reveals his tips and tricks for short-term and long-term cannabis storage as well as how to process your biomass into dry-sifted or ice-extracted hash starting on page 62. Photo by Justin Cannabis CBD VS. HEMP Dinamed CBD from Dinafem Seeds tests at between 10 percent and 14 percent CBD, making it a far more efficient plant to cultivate for medicinal purposes than typically-grown hemp cultivars that test far lower. Learn about the discrepancies starting on page 79. Photo by Justin Cannabis FRENCH MACARON Some strains, such as this powerhouse indica-dominant French Macaron, exhibit fall colors as they ripen and produce dense, dark nuggets…

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armchair athletes

EVER SINCE THE first stoner dropped a quarter into Pong at a video arcade, weed and gaming have enjoyed a long and fully requited love affair. Pot is good, and games are fun. Together, they make a delightful pairing, maybe better even than the sum of their parts. It appears that the cannabis and gaming worlds are today on similar trajectories, as both find wider currency as cultural influencers and, relatedly, as both have bloomed into multibillion-dollar enterprises. Not only does cannabis make video games more fun, it also can make competitors better gamers—a performance-enhancing drug, if you will. The world’s first and largest e-sports-event organizer, Electronic Sports League Gaming (ESL), seems to think so anyway, because it banned the use of cannabis in tournament play in 2015. ESL partnered with the…

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