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THCA AND THC: JUST A STATE

Posted by on Dec 19, 2015 | Blog

I have heard many people in the cannabis industry argue that converted THCA into THC is better for overall health. Over the course of the last few years, I have battled many health issues that include chronic pain, and I have come to learn that both serve their purpose. Cannabis is a botanical plant with Read More

WHAT IS DAB OIL, PURE OIL AND EPEN OIL?

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 | Blog

The cannabis oil concentrate market has E-pen oil and Pure oil: the marijuana culture calls it dab oil (pure oil aka dab oil: pic illustration in the blog). Yes, there are many highly specialized products in the concentrate market, but I am going to focus on the most popular: the pen oil that is prefilled Read More

DOES WAX COAGULATE IN MY LUNGS? WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Posted by on Dec 28, 2014 | Blog

Dabbing, vaping, huffing or puffing cannabis wax is a hot trend; it is a cannabis cultural related activity, and participating patients are usually oil connoisseurs. Many end-users believe that dabbing wax is healthier, because it is part of the plant. You will even find some oil manufacturers leave the waxes and the lipids in the Read More

Billboards and fancy packaging do not equal safe products

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 | Blog

The latest craze and praise has been re-branding cannabis, also known as recreational marijuana. I’m not saying that companies who have billboards and fancy packaging all make bad products but I am saying that you should ask MANY questions about marijuana flowers and infused products such as edibles, pills and hash oil. While approving the Read More

Not all Concentration oils are Equal

Posted by on Aug 12, 2014 | Blog

The medical cannabis market has had a large influx of Cannabis oil, also known as hash oil, for patients/public consumption. Cannabis oil is a resinous viscous oil obtained from cannabis, also known as marijuana, by using a solvent. A solvent is a liquid substance used to dissolve another substance. Some popular solvents used for extracting Read More

Congress considers the Hemp cultivation experiment in the United States!

Posted by on Jan 31, 2014 | Blog

Hemp was made illegal under the United States Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 and was categorized a schedule 1 drug with cannabis, cocaine, meth and other hard core drugs. And while Hemp is legal in North Dakota, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Oregon, California, Montana, West Virginia and Vermont; the only states to issue hemp cultivation Read More

Cancer invades and kills Patient Bravado

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 | Blog

Patient Bravado passed away last week from advanced stages of cancer and I feel very sad. I don’t have permission to mention her name in my blog but I felt that it was necessary to share my experience with you. As a patient myself, it’s been difficult to deal with accepting that I have cancer. Read More

Leaky Cartomizers! Get your WAM Oil EPen Refills!

Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 | Blog

Since the debut of the Vape pens, we have found them to be overwhelmingly popular by the vast population of people that do not understand concentrates and problematic, at times. Sometimes they don’t work, or leak all over itself and on the pen you just bought. WAM is not in the pen manufacturing business, we Read More

WAM’s Brandon Hamilton selected to speak at the NCIA

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 | Blog

WAM is an active member of the National Cannabis Industry Association. The NCIA is an organization that fully supports the cannabis industry and is our steward in working with federal legislation policymakers to help support our business goals. We are thrilled and proud to hear that our very own Brandon Hamilton has been selected to Read More

NFL players prefer cannabis over alcohol and prescribed drugs

Posted by on Jan 20, 2014 | Blog

I have personally seen the negative effects of alcohol. When a person is heavily intoxicated with alcohol, he or she may lose control and hurt themselves or others and engage in criminal activity. I have heard of drunk driving leading to deaths, arrests, violent outbursts, domestic violence, shootings, rape and other criminal activity that compromises Read More