One in seven California cities requires residents to get a permit to grow marijuana at home for their personal use.
"The 'Indica vs. Sativa' framework has drawn controversy, and for good reason. As you research cultivars online, you may keep coming up against the same phrases to describe Sativas ('cerebral,' 'heady,' 'uplifting', 'energizing') and Indicas ('relaxing,' 'sedating,' 'full-bodied,' 'couch lock,' 'stoney'). It’s still perfectly valid to describe effects as 'Sativa-like' or 'Indica-like', as long as we remember that Sativa or Indica-like effects don’t necessarily coincide with a plant’s Sativa or Indica lineage...
There is growing public interest in marijuana as a useful medicine for a number of physiologic conditions. It should be no surprise that more doctors are asking if the noble weed may hold some answer for those with traumatic brain injury that currently need better therapeutic solutions. One study shines a brighter light on this possibility.