Type “marijuana websites” into Google, and you’ll be rewarded with pages upon pages of weed-based content to sift through. To make your life easier, we’ve plucked a few choice pages for your consumption. Bookmark these and you’ll have access to informative growing methods, reviews of different weed strains, delicious weed-based recipes, a selection of cannabis-related videos and even a place to catalogue your wild stoner epiphanies.
Medicinal marijuana is now legal in 20 states, and chances are “high” that more states will follow suit.
These dispensaries offer a fairly dizzying array of strains, so Leafly is here to help you make an informed decision about what is best suited to you.
You can search through over 500 strains based on medicinal use or on overall effect. For example, if you want to get high but not lazy, check out the strains in the Stay Productive category. Or, if you’re feeling anxious, the Crush Anxiety strains might be worth a try.
Leafly also has a handy search function that helps you locate your nearest dispensary (if medicinal marijuana is legal in your state).
This one makes total sense, high or not. It’s a place for people to document, share, and discuss the wild and crazy ideas they have while stoned.
It’s the stoner’s journal you wish you had years ago, when all of your best revelations were simply uttered to a room full of baked people, never to be heard again.
Here’s an example of a HighDEA, and a stimulating one at that: “The word OK looks like a sideways person. I’ve said OK my whole life and never noticed him. What’s up little guy?”
The folks over at The Stoner’s Cookbook know that getting high means getting hungry. They offer a selection of recipes that feature weed as a main ingredient.
The recipes are divvied up into categories such as Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Need to spice up your Sunday brunch? Check out the Pumpkin-Spiced Canna-Pancakes.
Also—a Pulled-Pot Pork Sandwich for dinner, anyone? Amazing.
They also offer a simple way to make cannabutter, which is an easy-to-store weed spread that can be substituted in any dish requiring butter.
Here’s a site that takes the best weed videos from around the web and compiles them into an easy-to-browse collection.
Cannabisvideos.co.uk also takes care of your aural needs with a music section. Classic tracks from marijuana mainstays like Pink Floyd and Bob Marley are present, as are modern weed anthems from the likes of Chrome Sparks and Major Lazer.
An online hub for ganja-related news, theweedblog.com was created “for one purpose; to facilitate a constructive conversation about marijuana in America.”
They also offer easy-to-navigate sections on both growing weed and cooking with it, in addition to strain reviews and a handy dispensary locator.
Editors Johnny Green and Jay Smoker have done a pretty comprehensive job of stockpiling marijuana news items and interest pieces. There are several new stories added each day, making theweedblog.com a great resource for staying up to date on happenings in the wide world of weed.