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The United States of Insanity Documentary Premieres in just 4 Days! Exclusive Merch Now Available!

After close to a decade of interviewing, shooting, editing, reshooting, and all kinds of stuff in between, the United States of Insanity documentary is just about ready to drop!  The fresh part is that you can actually go to one of over 600 theaters to see it!  If you think it’s not playing near you, you’re probably wrong!  For now, it’s a one night only event that’s taking place this Tuesday, October 26th at 7 PM.  It’s the same time and date nationwide, so if you haven’t already, make sure to mark your calendars and get your tickets!  You can find your closest theater and get your tickets here:

What are people saying about the film?  Well I’m glad you asked, because the reviews are coming in and they are overwhelmingly positive!  Here’s the latest one from a reviewer who saw the movie at Fantastic Fest:

More outlets are getting the word out about it too.  Check these articles:

And finally, for those who want to rep the documentary with some fresh new merch, there’s a t-shirt, a hat, stickers, and a poster available!  I’m not sure how limited these will be, but I’d definitely pick them up while you can!  Here’s a little more about what’s available and how you can get a discount:


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The Reason for the Season: Our Top 13 Halloween Picks

The return of pumpkin spice lattes at coffee shops, whether you like it or not, is usually what marks the arrival of fall these days. Just like that limited-time beverage, there are many other flavors and scents that trigger those nostalgic feelings as Halloween rapidly approaches. 

This list contains 13 fall and Halloween-related items to explore—some of which are limited-time offerings, so you won’t be able to get them for long. With Halloween-themed packaging redesigned to remind you of why this is, without a doubt, the best holiday of the year, to new flavors of edibles to try and stylish vape pens to make your fall outfit complete—it’s all here. Check out our list of fun holiday items to pique your interest and let you revel in the season.

Courtesy of Garden Remedies

Spicy Spooky Gummy

Massachusetts-based Garden Remedies tasked its chefs with creating a truly challenging edible. Do you have what it takes to withstand the spice level of a cannabis-infused gummy made from a ghost pepper? 

Known for its heat, which is ranked at over one million Scoville Heat Units, the intense ghost pepper is not to be taken lightly. Extra caution should be taken by challengers willing to brave the flavor in this edible—or dare your friends to see if they can withstand the extreme heat. Each Spicy Spooky Gummy pack comes with two fruit chews, each containing 75mg of THC. Share one with a friend and use #spicygummychallenge—if you dare.

Courtesy of Sono

Midnight Mystic Pre-roll

Embrace the spiritual energies of All Hallow’s Eve with a Midnight Mystic Pre-roll, which is rolled with some of Sono’s most powerful herbs. Packed with Mugwort, Cornflower, Blue Lotus and Rose, this amalgamation of herbal ingredients has the potential to help you open your third eye, channel psychic awareness and much more. 

More importantly, it also contains 150mg of CBD from a full-spectrum hemp flower to help “maintain homeostasis and manage your aura, aiding in dispelling negativity.” It’s a great way to boost your spiritual wavelengths and energy, or just to feel like an improved version of yourself while you relax during a cool, fall evening.

Courtesy of Insa

Fall Seasonal Pumpkin Pie Bar

Call us basic, but pumpkin pie spices and flavors are the indisputably flavor anthem of fall. Nothing is more perfect than the combination of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice, cloves—and a dose of cannabis. Insa’s 100 percent pure European chocolate bar is infused with all of this to make its Fall Seasonal Pumpkin Pie Bar, made with a sweet caramel crumble. 

One package contains 20 pieces, each infused with 5mg of THC, for a total of 100mg per bar. Insa guarantees you’ll “fall” in love with it at one of their Massachusetts dispensaries. We recommend you visit their Salem location, which is currently decked out in a “Haunted Harvest” motif, complete with spooky forest vibes.

Courtesy of Incredibles

Pumpkin Pie Bar

The Incredibles Pumpkin Pie deconstructs the most important parts of a pumpkin pie—i.e. the pumpkin, spices and graham cracker crust—and mixed it all in a white chocolate bar infused with cannabis. 

Each bar contains 100mg of THC, making each piece about 5mg each. Embrace that nostalgic holiday dessert where “beauty is in the pie of the beholder.” If this has got you craving pumpkin to go with your fall pumpkin spice latte, check out dispensaries in Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada and Ohio.

Courtesy of Platinum Vapes

Piña de los Muertos

Halloween is great and all, but the real party starts on November 1-2 when the Dia de los Muertos, aka the Day of the Dead, is held. The essence of this annual event, which includes vibrant colors and festivities while families honor the deceased, can be found in Platinum Vapes’ Piña de los Muertos gummies. 

Infused with sweet, tropical fruit and just a touch of spice, this treat is offered in a bag of 10 gummies, each infused with 10mg of THC (for a total of 100mg THC per package). These little infused beauties are only available for a limited time, and only in California, but those who can get their hands on these will be up and dancing in no time.

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Neon Orange Edition STIIIZY

We wish there were more Halloween-exclusive products like STIIIZY’s newest Neon Orange Battery in honor of the holiday. STIIIZY ain’t no joke—there is a cult-like following of this brand’s batteries in a variety of colors. 

The Neon Orange Edition STIIIZY will only be available on for a limited time while supplies last, for the affordable price of $25. Show off your Halloween spirit in style!

Courtesy of Kanha

Kanha Nano Cannabis Infused Limited Edition Gummies – Mystery Flavor

Halloween is all about obvious scares, but sometimes, it’s scarier not knowing that something is coming. Sunderstorm’s Kanha Nano embraces the mysterious with its limited-edition cannabis infused gummies—and nobody knows what the flavor is (hopefully it isn’t something gross like a certain brand of mystery jelly beans). 

Each package contains 10 gummies, individually infused with 10mg of THC, for a package total of 100mg of THC. But with Halloween, where there’s a trick, there’s also a treat. The mystery flavor is part of a contest to see who can guess what the flavor is. Adult residents in California, Colorado and Nevada are eligible to play for a prize. Will you be able to guess correctly?

Courtesy of Kush Queen

The Swamp Queen Collection

This time of year is always full of the trite costume themes, like the usual vampires, werewolves, witches, etc. (see a Spirit Halloween in the vacant business building near you). However Kush Queen’s limited-edition Swamp Queen Collection embraces a different theme, and we’re totally here for it. Playing off of the spooky spiritual theme of a swamp inspired by the “unsung mother of cannabis, New Orleans,” this collection is sure to elevate your state-of-mind to a whole new level. 

The collection comes with one Spirit of the Bayou bath bomb, which is infused with 200mg CBD for an ultra-relaxing, full-body experience in a tub that smells of earthy rain and turns the water a rich, green color. The collection also provides two Spirit of the Bayou cannabinoid elixir beverages, each containing 25mg CBD and containing blackberry lemonade to ease you into the ultimate state of relaxation.

Courtesy of Kiva Confections

Blood Orange Camino Cannabis-Infused Gummies

Kiva Confections is well-known for its varied collection of regularly available gummies, chocolate bars and mints, but it’s taking a detour from its usual flavors to one of a spookier variety—blood orange. Blood oranges have a unique depth of flavor, which tends to be a little more floral or tart, versus the usual tangy taste of a regular orange. 

Kiva wants to take you “into the shadows” with its limited-edition infused gummies, mixing flavors of blood oranges with the uplifting effects of sativa-like terpenes. Each package contains 20 servings, each with 5mg of THC, for a total of 100mg. Plus, these gummies come in a special, Halloween-featured container, complete with a spooky house chilling in the middle of the woods at night—which is pretty damn cool.

Courtesy of Left-Handed Sugar & Spice Co.

Cannabis-Infused Sugar with Cinnamon

Nothing starts the day better than a little bit of sugary spice on a chilly fall morning. Washington-based Left-Handed Sugar & Spice Co, inspired by the phrase left-handed cigarette, aka a joint, created a cannabis-infused sugar with cinnamon to be used in a variety of different ways. 

From using on top of cinnamon toast, snickerdoodles or churros to sweetening your morning cup of coffee or tea, these packets are pre-infused and ready to roll. One package comes with 10 individual packets, each infused with 10mg THC, for a total amount of 100mg THC.

Courtesy of AlienLabs

AlienLabs—Planet Milk

AlienLabs’ Planet Milk strain is a top-secret strain available only in limited quantities. Rumored to be a cross between Milky Way and Planet Dosi, this out-of-this-world strain is sure to give you a run for your money. 

Planet Milk packs a serious punch, with its pungent and potent flavor profile. The effects it provides will sooth you just like a glass of milk, which is the perfect pairing with leftover Halloween candy (or if you choose to eat a whole bag of candy you intended to pass out on Halloween, no judgement here).

Courtesy of High Life Farms

Royal Chocolate Bar – Apple Cider

Forget the obsessive people who eat, sleep and drink pumpkin spice in October—apple cider is really where it’s at. High Life Farms has created a tasty, chocolate treat worthy of fall with its Royal Chocolate Bar – Apple Cider. 

Tart, tangy flavors of apple infused into a cannabis chocolate is the perfect delectable treat to embrace the mood of the season—and all of these ingredients are sourced from family-owned businesses. One package contains 20 individual pieces, with 5mg per piece, for a total of 100mg. This pack of treats is exclusive to Michigan, so only Michiganders will be able to enjoy the joy of chocolatey apple cider.

Courtesy of Mistifi


Mistifi is dazzling vape fans with its Houdini vape pen, made with 500mg of extra virgin cannabis oil. This indica triple-strain product is a blend of Max OG, Herijuana and Blueberry Bomb indica strains. Combined, the potency of this pen is estimated to be 70-80 percent. 

According to Mistifi, it only takes one draw to feel the effects (and they boast that the pen contains over 200 draws before it can be disposed of). It’s straight-up illusionary magic that you’ll never have to charge it, since the battery is meant to outlast the oil. It also comes with a sandalwood mouthpiece too, offering a stylish approach to the everyday vaping experience. Harry Houdini was a master of escape arts, but when you’re consuming this Houdini vape, you’re successfully escaping reality for a little while.

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Luxembourg to Become First EU Country to Legalize Cannabis Cultivation and Consumption

The European country of Luxembourg (also called the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg), which shares borders with Belgium, Germany and France, has a population of approximately 62,000 people. As one of the 27 countries that make up the European Union (EU), it could officially become the first in the EU to legalize cannabis cultivation.

The Luxembourg government announced on October 22 that it would be changing its laws on cannabis, with the intention of legalizing cultivation as well as personal consumption. The changes are included in a defense measure (which includes a total of 27 measures targeted at drug-related crime) that is targeting drug crimes in the country, according to Minister of Justice Sam Tanson.

“We thought we had to act, we have an issue with drugs and cannabis is the drug that is most used and is a large part of the illegal market,” Tamson said at a press conference. “We want to start by allowing people to grow it at home. The idea is that a consumer is not in an illegal situation if he consumes cannabis and that we don’t support the whole illegal chain from production to transportation to selling where there is a lot of misery attached. We want to do everything we can to get more and more away from the illegal black market.”

Adults over 18 years old would be allowed to cultivate up to four of their own cannabis plants at home. The location of these plants would be permitted in any residence, both indoors or outdoors, as well as on balconies, terraces and gardens. According to The Guardian, cannabis seeds would also be legal to obtain. Cannabis seeds would eventually be sold in shops, or purchasable online. Luxembourg officials also altered the punishment of possession.

The consumption or possession of cannabis under three grams is now a misdemeanor instead of a criminal offense. Prior to these new changes, a possession fine ranged from €251 to €2,500. “Above three grams, nothing changes, you will be considered a dealer,” Tanson said at the press conference. “Nothing changes for car drivers either: there is still zero tolerance.”

The reasoning behind Luxembourg officials’ decision to embrace cannabis is to curb the growth of illegal sales on the black market. However, this is only the beginning of the country’s path toward legalization. Tanson described the October 22 announcement as “a first step in our project to legalize recreational cannabis.” No announcement was made in regards to an official launch date, since this legislation is not yet set in stone. It must pass through the Chamber of Deputies next. According to translated text from the Luxemburger Wort, a local Luxembourg newspaper, Tanson expects “further measures to be taken by the end of the term, in 2023.”

One of Luxembourg’s three political parties, The Greens, posted a press release expressing the party’s approval of cannabis legislation. “The war on cannabis has failed. The announcements by Justice Minister Sam Tanson represent a fundamental reorientation of Luxembourg’s drug policy,” the press release states. “Finally, the use of cannabis is being regulated and a legal alternative to the black market is being created. This sets the course for a comprehensive regulation of cultivation and distribution. We expressly welcome the fact that the government will continue to push ahead with the coalition agreement project.”

Luxembourg has been previously committed to cannabis legalization in the past, having announced in August 2019 that it wanted to be the first EU country to legalize cannabis production and consumption. At the time, former Luxembourg Health Minister Etienne Schneider cited the failures of prohibition, and called upon other EU countries to loosen their own drug laws in relation to cannabis. Some reports shared that Luxembourg was using Canada’s approach to legalization. Schneider and other officials also toured a Canopy Growth Corporation facility in Smith Falls Canada back in 2018.

Previously, Luxembourg legalized medical cannabis in 2017, with its program having launched in 2018. The country could soon join other countries such as Uruguay, which legalized recreational cannabis in 2013, and Canada, which legalized in 2018, as well as numerous states in the U.S.

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Boris Johnson Open to Consider Legalizing Psilocybin Therapy in UK

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is open to the idea of legalizing psilocybin for therapeutic purposes in the UK, according to a recent conversation. By downgrading psilocybin’s classification to Schedule 2, the mushroom would be available for medical use and research.

BBC News reports that Tory MP (Member of Parliament) Crispin Blunt urged Johnson to review the country’s law to allow more research into the psilocybin’s potential as a therapeutic during Prime Minister’s Questions. Blunt said it has “exciting potential” for the treatment of mental health conditions such as depression, trauma and addiction.

Under current law, psilocybin is currently listed under Schedule 1 of the Misuse of Drugs Act, sharing the category with drugs such as LSD, DMT, MDMA and mescaline—in a similar manner to the way it is classified in the United States. Most people in the UK cannot legally possess psilocybin, unless a Home Office license is used in research.

Advocates hope to move psilocybin to Schedule 2 with restrictions to prevent false prescriptions and to promote medical and scientific research.

Blunt pressed the prime minister to allow psilocybin to be reclassified. “I can say that we will consider the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs recent advice on reducing barriers to research with controlled drugs such as the one he describes, and we will be getting back to him as soon as possible,” Johnson said in response to Blunt’s question.

“There is no record anywhere that a substance that has come out of ‘schedule two’ and gone into the criminal supply chain,” Johnson told BBC News.

It’s not the first time Blunt has called to reclassify psilocybin. Blunt is also the president of the Conservative Drug Policy Reform Group, a policy forum which promotes informed debate on drug policy reform.  Last month, Blunt said, “This delay is significant. In the 110 days since the prime minister gave his go-ahead, nearly 2,000 people have taken their own lives, most of them probably avoidable when this research is translated into treatment.”

Policing minister Kit Malthouse told MPs on October 18 that although he liked the idea of battling mental illness—the scheduling of psilocybin was a responsibility for the drug regulation agency.

“There are ongoing trials and research into psilocybin taking place in the UK and while the medicine has yet to be licenced by the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency, if and when it is, we will consider rescheduling it,” he said.

Psilocybin as a Therapeutic Medicine

Ongoing clinical research shows that psilocybin, combined with conventional therapies, can help to treat people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The substance is also being explored as therapy for depression and end-of-life treatment, among other mental conditions.

City and statewide efforts to decriminalize psilocybin use have spread throughout the United States, including measures in Denver, Colorado and other cities. California cities such as Oakland and Santa Cruz took things further, decriminalizing other psychedelic substances. 

In November 2020, Oregon voters approved Measure 109, which will allow the use of the psilocybin in regulated facilities. However, the program won’t be operational until 2023, and there’s a lot to be sorted out. Oregon’s Psilocybin Advisory Board is currently learning about the safety and efficacy of psilocybin in treating a variety of mental health conditions. 

Last year, Canada announced that four patients who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer will receive therapy from psilocybin. It came as a response to a plea from patients with the government. Finally, the plea for medicine was approved by Patty Hajdu, who serves as minister of health in Canada. It was the first exception to the rule for psychedelic treatment since 1974. 

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