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Flashback Friday: Stimulants

Whether you’re into coffee, Coca-Cola or cocaine, there’s a world of difference between being up and being strung out. Read More Author: High Times / High Times Keep Reading

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Body and Cannabis-Generated Music Might Just Be The Future of Healing

We know plants have a consciousness but have you ever wondered how we could actually tap into it and understand what they are communicating? This isn’t like an Audrey 2 but please cue the Little Shop of Horrors soundtrack. In the 1970s, a community of people started extensively researching communication with the dynamic plant kingdom.… Keep Reading

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The High Priestess: A Stoner’s Guide to Scorpio Season

As we slip deeper into the spiral of the season, as days are getting shorter and nights linger on, we begin to return to our internal world and the realm of the shadow. As we enter Scorpio season on October 23rd, we are led into the realm of intense depth, magick, and sensuality. Scorpio, a… Keep Reading

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The High Priestess: How to Take A High Vibe Tolerance Break

As we officially enter Autumn on September 23rd, we’re led into our shadows, into our subconscious, and deeper into the darkness that the season brings. This is when we give thanks to all the abundance that we’ve cultivated since spring, as well as observe the patterns, habits and attitudes that are serving us; and those… Keep Reading

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Psychedelic Therapy Advocate Recalls Coming Of Age In The 1960s

Free-spirited therapist Ilene English takes readers on a colorful journey into the life of a grade-A hippie with her appropriately titled memoir, Hippie Chick: Coming of Age in the ’60s. From her early experiences with therapy and her relationships with addicts, to her own attraction to psychedelics, English has led a life that gave her… Keep Reading

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What’s in Your Stash? Jane West, CEO of Jane West, Inc.

Jane West came into the cannabis space in 2014, via her past company, Edible Events & Co., offering up a 420-friendly space with gourmet appetizers and fine wine in a high end gallery in Denver’s art district. She lost her lucrative mainstream day job after she sported a vape pen on national television, in an… Keep Reading

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What It Was Like Doing Mushrooms With Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir

Bob Weir was a founding member of legendary rock band the Grateful Dead. I ran into Bob the other night at an eatery in Northern California. A mutual friend had e-troduced us about a year ago, and we’d been exchanging emails about getting together ever since. But we could never manage to get our schedules… Keep Reading

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What It Was Like Doing Mushrooms With Bob Weir: An Essay

Bob Weir was a founding member of legendary rock band the Grateful Dead. I ran into Bob the other night at an eatery in Northern California. A mutual friend had e-troduced us about a year ago, and we’d been exchanging emails about getting together ever since. But we could never manage to get our schedules… Keep Reading

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