stones

Psych album of the week: The Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)

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Trudeau Liberals reject call by thousands of Canadians to decriminalize psychedelics

Close to 15,000 petitioners asked the government to recognize “sacramental and medicinal plants”

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CBD-driving

Researchers say CBD won’t impair driving, while THC’s effects fade in hours

“These results provide much-needed insights into the magnitude and duration of impairment caused by different types of cannabis”

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cannabis company stock shares

Canadian cannabis company shares shoot up today, unlike two large U.S. counterparts

Investors in Canopy Growth, Cronos Group, Aurora Cannabis, Tilray, and Aphria can smoke a doobie to celebrate.

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decriminalization

The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on cannabis decriminalization next week

The people have spoken. Are their elected leaders listening?

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liberty-cap

Liberty cap: the surprising tale of how Europe’s magic mushroom got its name

It traces a path back through the political revolutions of the early modern period, via the murder of the tyrant Julius Caesar, to a conical cap worn by Rome’s former slaves

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Join-the-dots

Psych album of the week: The Cure’s Join the Dots (2004)

Psychedelia is a key ingredient in their sound and a B-sides collection of “alternate” tracks is the perfect place to find some of the Cure’s trippiest stuff

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