Territory Blog

Cannabis Indica leaves

In the world we live in, the long-time prohibition on cannabis has impacted society in such a way that the stigma remains even today. Marijuana is still viewed by some individuals as a drug on the same level as meth. These are the same people who see w… Read more »

A woman in a lab coat standing in front of a hemp field

Arizona State’s medical marijuana (MMJ) identification cards are now digital. This change, which took effect on December 1, 2019, means that all Arizona MMJ cardholders no longer need a printed MMJ ID when buying from a marijuana store in Chandler, Win… Read more »

Person with a laptop and credit card making an online purchase

Is it okay to buy medical marijuana online? The allure of convenience and cut-price deals on e-commerce stores is sometimes difficult to resist. But there is a good reason that the Arizona Department of Health Services provides Medical Marijuana (MMJ) … Read more »

Closeup of a cannabis bud

A research review published on October 28, 2019 in Lancet Psychiatry suggests cannabinoids don’t have a significant effect on mental health. It includes an analysis of 83 prior studies on the effects of medical marijuana on mental illnesses and neurolo… Read more »

jars of cannabis

If you’re a seasoned weed smoker, you know that every strain has a distinct flavor and feel. And you’ve probably wondered why Tangie smells and tastes so citrusy and why the Black Cherry Soda you got from a Mesa dispensary reminds you of a drink from y… Read more »

A person in a lab coat holding a cannabis bud and a dropper bottle of CBD

Less than ten years have passed since The Grand Canyon state legalized medical marijuana, which gave patients legal and safe access to effective treatment options for their conditions. But for those trying it for the first time, safety is often a major… Read more »

Cannabis plants

After legalizing medical marijuana in 2010, Arizona’s laws regarding marijuana remain somewhat confusing. On top of this, the state has made a couple of changes to their medical marijuana card laws. As a medical marijuana cardholder, keep these rules a… Read more »

Rolling a joint

Are you saying you haven’t tried marijuana at all? Then you’re not one of more than 44% of American adults who have tried, according to a 2015 study conducted by the U.S. Department of  Health. Since the sales value of medical cannabis in the United St… Read more »

Cannabis buds and extracts

Political publication The Hill recently reported that veterans advocacy groups are pushing for easier restrictions on medical marijuana for military vets. While the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) won’t strip the benefits of vets who use medical mar… Read more »

Gummie bears

You’ve seen it in movies and your favorite TV shows: a character eats a suspiciously green brownie from his friend and gets blasted out of his mind. While these movies present a more exaggerated representation of cannabis edibles, they do a good job of… Read more »

A person in a lab coat holding a small jar of marijuana

Marijuana is fully illegal in only eleven states in America, thanks to legislation and education. Patients now have access to marijuana for medicinal purposes in more than half the country, including Arizona. With the appropriate paperwork and accredit… Read more »

A cannabis leaf on a wood background

The state of Arizona has legalized medical marijuana in 2010. But nine years later, and the laws regarding marijuana remain confusing. Usage, possession, and procurement all have their respective guidelines, making it difficult for patients to undergo… Read more »