Last year a high profile pro-gamer admitted to using Adderall, an ADHD drug, during competition to give his team an extra edge. As a result, the Electronic Sports League decided to use the World Anti-Doping Agency’s list of prohibited substances and begin drug testing players to even the playing field. Adderall is obviously prohibited, but another “drug” on the list is marijuana.
Whether it is Indica, Sativa or Hybrid, there are over 100 strains out there that can ignite that creative spark inside of you. But what exactly makes a strain “creative”? Well, it all has to do with a word you have probably heard before--terpenes!
In 1984, developer John E. Dell introduced to the world to Drug Wars (later renamed Dope Wars), a game where players are loaned virtual money and given thirty days to not only pay it back but also turn a profit; and thus the first drug trafficking game and opportunity for young entrepreneurs to build a virtual marijuana empire was born.
Have you ever wondered why you can’t use your credit card at a collective? The answer is easy--although cannabis is legal for medicinal use, in California and a few other states, federally it is still illegal. Banks operate federally. One of the biggest inconveniences for running and maintaining a collective is not being able to have a bank account. Not only is it an inconvenience when shops are trying to order products or pay social media platforms, to name a few, but it’s also an inconvenience for patients who have to carry cash on them or use the nearest ATM for a $2-$5 ATM charge.