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Mushroom Mycelium to Build a Better World

Sustainability can have slightly varying meanings based on the context in which it’s used, but in the broadest sense, it refers to how well something maintains itself over a longer period of time. Regarding businesses, there are many physical, geographical, environmental, and social limitations when it comes to formulating a culture of sustainability…

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Third Party Lab Testing for CBD: Why It’s Important

The CBD industry remains largely unregulated, even though it is booming. For the general public, it is impossible to tell the difference between good companies and bad companies, and therefore, good CBD products, and bad CBD products. This is where third party testing comes in. What is third party testing for CBD?

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The Rise of Automation in Cannabis Cultivation  

The industry continues demonstrating to the world that, despite legal status, cannabis is not immune to the wave of automation we’ve been seeing in recent years; and as such, the industry has even developed its own version of technology known as “cannatech”. The integration of cannatech in the age-old world of cannabis is resulting in cutting-edge technologies that impact nearly every aspect of the industry, including cultivation.

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Psychedelics: Silicon Valley and Microdosing

Many Silicon Valley workers have come out and said that they frequently microdose shrooms and LSD to help them think outside of the box, as well as making them more productive. But what’s the reasoning behind this? Is there any science to back up these claims of increased creativity and productivity? And who are the silicon valley tech workers using this new method of psychedelia?

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