The Top Cannabis Message Boards
Cannabis message boards are a great way to find internet friends who are into some of your favorite hobbies. It’s a sea of 420 friendly friends just w
Cannabis message boards are a great way to find internet friends who are into some of your favorite hobbies. It’s a sea of 420 friendly friends just waiting to answer your question or look at your perfectly twaxed j. While you might think the advent of social media drove cannabis message boards into ruin- you couldn’t be more wrong!
Let’s check out the top cannabis message boards around right now.
Top Cannabis Message Boards 1: Reddit
Yeah, we know- Reddit is the top message board for everything. This one gets top ranking for the sheer volume of cannabis posts every single day. There are digital f-loads of subreddits to wade through from topics mundane to scientific discoveries about cannabis. Several of the subreddits are humor focused and a lot of fun.
You’ll have to sign up for a Reddit account and follow the specific rules of the subreddit you want to post in. It is worth taking a few minutes to learn how Reddit works if you’re new, because you can and will get banned for making the wrong move.
Top Cannabis Message Boards 2: GrassCity Forums
GrassCity is an online weed hub that combines different media and features a forum. Some of the discussion is about growing so it’s a great resource for people looking for some expert advice about that or a number of other 420 issues. As medical marijuana is becoming more prevalent, some of the boards have healthy discussions going about using cannabis as a healing herb, too.
Once you’re signed up you have full access to the boards and as far as I know the natives are a bit more forgiving than the crowd you may find on Reddit.
Top Cannabis Message Boards 3: Rollitup
Like an adorable mascot? Meet little Rollie at Rollitup. I actually have no idea if that’s his name but I shall call him this and imagine us skipping through a bountiful harvest somewhere from this moment on. We’re holding hands.
This forum is active with daily posts and is one you should check out if you need more cannabis chat in your life, .org style.
Top Cannabis Message Boards 4: Marijuana.com Forums
The community at marijuana.com is lively and a wide variety of topics are discussed. There are boards about medical marijuana, legalization efforts, and much more.
Not to mention, they have the best name ever. That was some great foresight, marijuana.com!
Top Cannabis Message Boards 5: The Feed At Cannabis Capitol
I’m not positive this feed is technically a message board, but it’s a great low-key way to check out some great weed memes and beautiful, smokeable dream puffs. Sign up or lurk, it’s worth stopping by.
Bonus Tip: If you like this feed, check out Duby!
Don’t let it be said that the internet has made us more disconnected. That really is the opposite of reality when it comes to underground or edgy pursuits like 420 and 710. After all, Acidmath turned me on to this guy and I literally can’t imagine my life without him now.
jason is a social scientist: i’m clean as a whistle – shower 133Are you a member of these cannabis message boards? If you enjoy a good meme and pontificating on decriminalization, they could be perfect for you!
Disabled Veteran Makes First Purchase at Haverhill’s Second Marijuana Store to Send Message
By WHAV Staff | 6 hours ago
Stephen Mandile, a 2004-2005 veteran of the Iraq War, was the first customer when CNA opened Tuesday. (WHAV News photograph.)
(See photograph gallery below.)
Massachusetts Army National Guard Veteran Stephen Mandile made the first purchase Tuesday when CNA Stores opened its adult-use marijuana business on River Street in Haverhill.
Mandile, a 2004-2005 veteran of the Iraq War, sought not only to signal his support of a veteran-owned business, but also veterans’ access to cannabis as way to combat the opioid overdose epidemic and address the veteran suicide crisis. As a sergeant serving in Operation Iraq Freedom 3 with the 793rd Military Police Battalion, he was medevacked home with a severe spinal cord injury.
“For 10 years, I was addicted to all of the opioids and other medications that I was getting from the VA. I lost purpose for quite awhile and made the switch to cannabis,” he explained
He now serves as the assistant legislative director for Disabled American Veterans Department of Massachusetts and is president of Alternative Treatment for Veterans. He shares his personal experiences with federal and state legislators. He also continues to serve, winning election in 2019 to the Uxbridge Board of Selectmen.
“I’ve just been able to find purpose and been able to find a way to serve again, which was something that was missing from my life and, really, how I identify as a person as someone that is serving in the community,” he said.
CNA—which stands for Completely Natural Alternatives—is owned by veterans Robert DiFazio, who serves as CEO, and Billie Haggard. They both served in the U.S. Navy—DiFazio in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Power Program from 1994-1999, and Haggard who served as a nuclear machinist mate. They have both since worked in the data center industry. DiFazio built two companies Critical Solutions Group and Critical Power Testing and Maintenance and sold his last business in 2018. He still owns a pizza shop in Brunswick, Maine. Following in his footsteps, his daughter plans to open a pizza shop, River Street Café, two doors down, in January.
CNA also plans retail store and a cultivation center, both in Amesbury.
The Haverhill store is open Sunday-Wednesday, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 10 a.m-8 p.m. For now, the store is open by appointment only. There are a total of 70 parking spaces—30 in front and 40 in back.
Ribbon cutting at CNA Stores. (WHAV News photograph.)
Lobby inside CNA Store. (WHAV News photograph.)(See photograph gallery below.) Massachusetts Army National Guard Veteran Stephen Mandile made the first purchase Tuesday when CNA Stores opened its adult-use marijuana business on River Street in Haverhill. ]]>