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High Times

High Times

October 2020

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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12 Issues

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4 min.
changing times

55.8% OF US CBD CONSUMERS SAY THEY CONSUME FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT41.8% OF AMERICAN CANNABIS CONSUMERS SURVEYED REPORTED CONSUMING THC FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT As football fans in this age of COVID-19 gather in pods and socially-distanced Zoom calls to watch their teams play while attempting to dodge the second wave this fall, it will come as no surprise that they look to cannabis to relax and relieve their tension about what’s happening in the game, or in life in general. What the National Football League (NFL) will not be hyping, however, is how many of its players rely on cannabis to perform on game day. Last March, the professional football league and its player union reached a 10-year labor agreement with dozens of changes, but perhaps none so socially significant as its easing…

1 min.
22red

Shavo Odadjian founded Los Angeles-based 22Red as a lifestyle, hemp and cannabis company with a footprint in California, Arizona and Nevada. Odadjian smoked cannabis for over 25 years, along with fellow System of a Down veterans Serj Tankian and Daron Malakian. The company name was inspired by numerology and synesthesia, with the number 22 being Odadjian’s favorite number and red being his favorite color—a mysterious indescribable link. 22Red features a line of premium cannabis and hempderived CBD products. You’ll find strains like Church22, Mimosa22, Caramel Gelato and 22 OG. Or vape cartridges featuring tanks filled with OG Kush, Strawberry Banana or Watermelon. Hemp-derived CBD vape cartridges feature flavors like Orange Mint, Watermelon, Strawberry Sorbet, Cereal Killer, Blueberry Burst, Blackberry Nectar, Cherry Red. Hemp-derived CBD tinctures are on the way as well. 22Red…

6 min.
the horror of the high

“Fear is the mind-killer,” American author Frank Herbert wrote in his 1965 novel Dune. Usually, our fears are not based on reality. Horror films typically hijack existing inner fears, such as the guilt from teenagers who are experimenting with sex and alcohol, only to be offed by serial killer in a slasher film. This Halloween season, it’s time to dispel some of the horror stories and oddities that surround cannabis use. Often these stories are based on myth or on a misunderstanding of the truth—and don’t involve any actual danger. Cannabis is one of the least dangerous substances known to man among substances that cause inebriation. For instance, a study published on January 30, 2015, in the journal Scientific Reports, a subsidiary of Nature, found that THC falls into the “low risk”…

1 min.
this election year is one for the books

This November 3, voters in America will have their chance to voice their opinions on who will be the next leader of the free world—the US president. In addition, voters will also participate in the congressional election and have a chance to flip the US Senate, thereby shifting the power of Senate committees. The cannabis issue unites even the most polarized political agendas. Here we touch base with some of the most prominent—and most effective—politicians on the front line of cannabis reform. Ending federal cannabis prohibition hinges upon who we elect, so stay informed, be cognizant of the issues at hand and get off the couch to cast your votes. The future of cannabis depends upon it.…

15 min.
candidates in review

It’s election season—and things are about to get crazy. The 2016 election garnered attention both from those who vote at every chance possible as well as those who don’t vote regularly, with an estimated 138 million Americans heading to the polls (about 58.1 percent of the eligible voting population). Now, in 2020, the numbers are expected to grow markedly in what is likely to be one of the most exciting election years in recent history. While the presidential candidates are fighting for recognition and attempting to sway voters by taking jabs at each other in various political ads, it’s important to focus not on the drama, but on the policies. Cannabis has come a long way over the past decade, but a lot more progress is needed to fully end prohibition…

5 min.
stoner’s guide: how to survive the 2020 election

So far in 2020, you’ve survived COVID-19, protests, political strife and an influx of annoying memes. But the biggest challenge of this epic and oft-hated year is still ahead of us: the 2020 election. Whether you’re already sick of hearing about it and hate all your options or feel completely stressed about the outcome, here are a few tips to help you survive this ordeal, no matter what happens this November. PLAN YOUR VOTING STRATEGY IN ADVANCE Obviously, the most important thing is to make sure you actually vote. If you don’t get out there and cast your vote, you might regret it for the next four years if things don’t go your way. While it may be tempting to just stay home and smoke the day away, you really need to…