Homegrown Herb Is Here: Cannabis Advocates

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Cannabis rights activist Jodie Emery says before recreational weed was made legal in Canada last October there was “a code” at gardening stores for those looking for supplies who wanted to grow pot at home. “They just referred to it as tomatoes but (gardening store employees) typically understood that people were referring to cannabis,” said Emery, on the phone from Vancouver. “But now that it’s legal and the stigma is dropping around it people are asking more openly. I think more people are interested in it. There’s definitely a resurgence in grow-your-own kits.” – Read the entire article at Toronto Sun.

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Cannabis rights activist Jodie Emery says before recreational weed was made legal in Canada last October there was “a code” at gardening stores for those looking for supplies who wanted to grow pot at home.

“They just referred to it as tomatoes but (gardening store employees) typically understood that people were referring to cannabis,” said Emery, on the phone from Vancouver.

“But now that it’s legal and the stigma is dropping around it people are asking more openly. I think more people are interested in it. There’s definitely a resurgence in grow-your-own kits.”

– Read the entire article at Toronto Sun.

Read the full article @ Cannabis Culture