• Strain and Edible Reviews

    Memphis Belle A hybrid of the famed HKS and Maui strains, Memphis Belle is hands down one of the best medicines we’ve sampled all year. Its aesthetic beauty—bright neon-green and orange-haired

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  • Strain & Edible Reviews

    Chocolope A second-place choice at the past two Cannabis Cups, this strain has garnered so much buzz around it that we were delighted to finally get our hands on a sample. Chocolope is the red-haired

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  • Strain and Edible Reviews

    Pure OG We’d heard this indica-dominant variety from Green Medi Works in Long Beach was good, so we checked it out. The verdict? Good just isn’t the word. This astonishingly powerful

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  • Strain and Edible Reviews

    Obama The folks behind this sativa-dominant strain say it took three years of careful cross-breeding involving more than 300 phenotypes to create it. It was worth the effort. Powerful and smooth,

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  • Strain & Edible Reviews

    Lamb’s Bread “But the only kinda herb that I could smoke . . . But the only kinda herb that I could smoke…the lambsbread collie . . .” So sang the late Jamaican reggae singer Jacob Miller

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  • Strain & Edible Reviews

    Hawaiian Having traveled all the way from the Big Island to the Inland Empire Patients Collective in Mira Loma (with a few stops in between), this audaciously unique sativa pops out of the medicine

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  • Strain and Edible Reviews

    Grape Ape The first thing you might think when you view this 100-percent indica for the first time is, “But is it cannabis?” Starting with its dark lavender color and fruity aroma, Grape Ape is

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  • Strain & Edible Reviews

    Top Shelf Kush From Nature’s Top Shelf Medicinals in Long Beach, this 65/35 indica-sativa hybrid possesses nearly all of the qualities of both varieties and somehow manages to be a smooth,

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Recipes
International 420 Party Cuisine

This 420, we want to party hard—and we deserve it. It’s been a rough year so far, but one of the best things about our society is the amazing diversity and melting pot of people and cultures all around us. International canna-cuisine is rising in popularity, as is the high-end culinary delights