Researchers theorize that the manna referenced in the holy text was possibly the sap of the tamarisk tree, or perhaps Haloxylon salicornicum, another desert shrub found in that area of the Middle East. Whichever plant it was, legend has it that the plant sustained the starving Hebrews on their way to their new home.
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Entertainment Review: South Park's Pandemic Special
Back in November of 2018, we reviewed “Tegridy’ Farms” the 4th ep in season 22 of South Park. At the time, it was the most accurate representation of the professional cannabis industry we’d ever seen on television.
Getting the Desired Effect With Your Edible Dosage Each Time
When creating edibles, the exciting but sometimes challenging part of the process is making sure each edible has the correct dosage. Many of us want them to be consistent in strength across the batch. Here are some tips and tricks that may help beginners ensure they’re calculating the correct amount for themselves.
Cannabis Not to Blame For Workplace Injuries
In the recent United States election cycle, we saw even more states adopt cannabis as a legally accepted recreational substance. See our article and infographic on Page 16.
Harvest Fest Event Recap: Woodstock Meets Sturgis
Just a short scenic drive east from Tulsa lies a utopia of sprawling campsites and natural beauty known as Copperhead Rally Grounds in Spavinaw, Oklahoma.
Israel Drops Cannabis From The Sky Via Drones
In the Bible's Book of Exodus, the tribe of Israel, having left Egypt were lost and hungry. As their tummies rumbled in their time of need, help from above came in the form of “manna from heaven”, a white flakey substance, said to taste like honey.
Ancient Chinese Cannabis
In a recent discovery by archaeologists in Western China, a number of wooden bowls used by one village over 2,500 years ago were found to contain our favorite cannabinoid, THC. Recently, a team of scientists from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences discovered a collection of pipes amongst the remains of the Jirzankal Cemetery.
7 TOP WAYS CORONAVIRUS IS CHANGING CANNABIS CONSUMPTION
The Coronavirus has changed a lot of things about the way we live in this country. How we shop, what we buy, how close we stand to other people, and many other strange things. One of the many industries that have been declared essential is cannabis, but cannabis is changing too. Here’s our top 7 list of how the global pandemic is changing the way we consume cannabis. Enjoy and wash your hands.
Zombieland Double Tap: Cannabis Friendly Zom Com
The original Zombieland was released 10 years ago in 2009, back when the world was a much different place.
Miami Beach Bans Smoking Cannabis in Public
Since the decriminalization of hemp in Miami, many minor Marijuana charges have been dropped or will no longer be prosecuted.
Doc's Place: Jamaica's First Federally Licensed Medical Cannabis Wellness Center & Resort Celebrates Grand Opening in Negril
Health, wellness and cannabis go hand-inhand, and for those cannasseurs that want to incorporate cannabis into their travel plans, there are many options becoming readily available.
BOARD GAMES IN THE CLASSROOM
Gamers gather around a table to unbox a new board game or bring out an old favorite. Together, they enter into a unique experience of mental challenge, social interaction, and creative play — an experience that draws them together. But can this special experience have anything to do with learning? John Coveyou, founder of Genius Games, insists that it does. Whenever you take a seat around a table to play a board game, “your mind can’t not begin to pick up information about the world that the game is themed around.” Without a doubt, learning is part of the experience, but is it a big enough part to justify using board games in the classroom? If so, how can board games be best used for learning?
Pfizer deserves every bit of the credit it’s receiving. But should a drug company decide who gets a shot?
Welcome 2021 GROUP EXHIBITION JANUARY 1 - FEBRUARY 28,2021
Israeli Art Market celebrates the 2021 New Year with a major group exhibition!
How to Adopt a Cat
Hoping battles knowing in this three-act seduction (spoiler alert: there’s a cat in the story).
AVNER SHER: EMBRACING VANDALISM
Avner Sher (born 1951, Israel), one of Israel's most successful commercial architects, has earned his B. Arch, Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology and graduated his Art studies at Haifa University.
POETIC LANDSCAPES:DITA JACOBOVITZ
Most of my landscape paintings are from my Residential area and from north Italy. I use various techniques, but mostly Oil on canvas. I decided several years ago that I will not try to reach the reality; I am trying to put the colors and shapes as I view them; sometimes, the place is the exactly the same spot, but the artworks are so different." - Dita Jacobovitz
A New Way to See BRAILLE
Remarkable discoveries are turning brain science on its head.
OSHER PARTOVI BLACK & LIGHT
I'm 41 years old, from Israel, a photographer and teaches master class photography. I discovered my interest in photography 17 years ago while traveling to the far east with my old film pocket camera.
Suly Bornstein Wolff
BETWEEN TRADITION AND THE FUTURE
'My name is Osnat Oliva and I'm a Creative Person'
Growing up, I realized that creativity is the central quality of my personality and expressed in my unique way of thinking and in my unique way of looking at the world.