Think speed dating but instead of sitting across from each other at tables, you meet each other in bed — a garden bed, that is. They weed and get to know each other. After a set amount of time, either the men or women move down to the next partner. Depending on the attendance and weeding logistics and whether the weed dating event is romantic or platonic , many hosts have weeders work in small groups that are broken up and reformed until everyone has met each other.
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Marijuana, also known as cannabis or pot, has a long history of human use. The history of cannabis cultivation in America dates back to the early colonists, who grew hemp for textiles and rope. Political and racial factors in the 20th century led to the criminalization of marijuana in the United States, though its legal status is changing in many places. The cannabis or hemp plant originally evolved in Central Asia before people introduced the plant into Africa, Europe, and eventually the Americas. Hemp fiber was used to make clothing, paper, sails and rope, and its seeds were used as food. In the early s, the Virginia , Massachusetts and Connecticut colonies required farmers to grow hemp. They may have cultivated some varieties to produce higher levels of THC for use in religious ceremonies or healing practice.
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In the United States, the use and possession of cannabis is illegal under federal law for any purpose, by way of the Controlled Substances Act of Under the CSA, cannabis is classified as a Schedule I substance, determined to have a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use — thereby prohibiting even medical use of the drug. The medical use of cannabis is legalized with a doctor's recommendation in 33 states, four out of five permanently inhabited U. Another 15 states and the U. Virgin Islands have decriminalized.