Small Victories in a Gloomy Election

Many followers of this blog, and news about the legal status of Marijuana throughout the USA, had two small victories to celebrate in the recent election day results: Massachusetts and Maine both legalized both medicinal and recreational Cannabis use!

Hoorah! Finally a step in the right direction. Big tobacco and alcohol concerns have free run to sell their (highly questionable) wares. Let’s finally end prohibition on a natural and perhaps even beneficial – instead of health damaging – gift of nature.

Nonetheless, the legal processes could use a dose of hemp oil to get the wheels rolling. For example:

I was rather surprised to see the legislation go through, knowing the conservative side of these states. And knowing this, I’m not surprised to see that towns and cities are unsure what to do. In many cases, this means sticking to your standard “suppliers” through this winter, and then waiting for good weather to get your grow on. For those who think they can’t grow on their own, well, read through this blog, and don’t forget to pick up our eBook – the reviews alone on iTunes/iBooks beat the big names in the “homegrowers” categories – those of you in Maine and Mass can get a start right away on supplying your own Marijuana. You’ll enjoy it with the good feeling that it hasn’t passed through shady channels on it’s way to you.


[Author and Medical Marijuana Grower Glenn Panik’s “How To Grow Cannabis At Home: A Guide To Indoor Medical Marijuana Growing”, is available on iTunes book here, or for the Amazon Kindle . You can also order the ‘stealth title’ of our information-packed ebook for the Kindle here. Protect your privacy!]


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