Malaysian Chicken Soup

by Amy Lee What You Need: 1 tsp. coconut oil 1 tbsp. red curry paste 17.5 oz (500g) potatoes, peeled, chopped 4 cups (1l) chicken stock 3/4 cup (180ml) coconut milk, can 17.5 oz (500g) sweet potatoes, peeled, chopped 2 chicken thighs (8oz/230g), skinless, boneless, chopped 2 tbsp. fish sauce 1 lime, juiced chili flakes, […]

How Sustainable is the Cannabis Industry?

by Brittiany Ralls In the last piece “How Sustainable is the Cannabis Industry?”, we chatted about how cannabis sustainability is hindered in part to laws that restrict the ability of businesses to be able to be more sustainable. Huge bummer, I know. But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to participate in programs or come […]

Building Foundations

by Anna Ervin Before I had even the slightest clue what 2020 would hold for us, I was preaching that based on numerology the year would be a four (2+0+2+0=4), which represents foundations. I told everyone I knew that “this will be a year of stability and growth.” I’ve been laughing at myself ever since. […]

Miles To Go

by Tab Moura After 12 months of dust storms and tumbleweeds, it was time to make the miserably long, brown drive from my apartment in Lubbock, to my parents’ place near Houston. Going home after leaving home is an indescribable experience. For some people, home wasn’t a safe place; for others leaving home is the […]

Congress Boards the MJ Research Train

by Sarah Lee Gossett Parrish, Cannabis Lawyer In the wake of passing the MORE Act, which I wrote about in my December 2020 column, two other Acts related to marijuana were passed by Congress at the end of 2020. The U.S. House of Representatives approved the Medical Marijuana Research Act (“MMRA”) on December 9, 2020. […]

Welcome to Herbage Golf

  HerbageGolf.com Herbage Magazine is committed to supporting cannabis first mentality. We also stand firm and are committed to supporting our community in any way possible. Herbage Golf was created with the intention to bring that entire community together and celebrate as we give back to charity. We have chosen Little Buds as our charity […]

Hicksford Farms: That Good Life

by Anna Ervin Pura Vida When Jason and Jennifer Hicks packed up their family and moved to Costa Rica for a few years, they learned to embrace the Pura Vida lifestyle. I recently had a chance to visit their facilities in Durant, Oklahoma, and found that Hicksford Farms is the perfect representation of “the pure […]

Showcasing Love through a Pandemic

by James Bridges All of the “make 2020 disappear” jokes aside, I was on a mission to find some magic. As with many, I am ready to move on and find something wonderful to experience. On a very routine basis I find myself in the bottom of a well looking up at no ladder and […]

Lamb and Farro

with braised kale, sweet potato puree, and herbed cannabutter by Micah McKamie Anytime it starts getting cold I start craving Lamb. There is something about the heartiness and robust flavor of Lamb that really warms the soul. I particularly love Lamb in Middle Eastern Food. Their love of family and friends comes out at every […]

Strain of the Month January 2021

Skywalker OG Genetics: Mazar x Blueberry and OG Kush Terps: Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene Drift away from pain and anxiety with this super mellow cross between Skywalker and OG Kush. Skywalker OG is a heavy Indica-dominant hybrid that can leave you with an other-worldly body high. Why is this strain perfect for January? Because it’s great […]

Electrolytes for Balanced Health

by Tab Moura These cold weeks always make me pensive… perhaps the cold weather atmosphere makes time feel slower, perhaps it’s all in my imagination. What I know for sure is winter puts things in perspective for me like no other time of the year. As a mother, I have experienced such a rollercoaster of […]

From the Front Lines

by Chip Paul At this writing 2020 is coming to an end.  Perhaps the craziest year of my lifetime.  In addition to not knowing the truth about a mask, we cannot even conclude a Presidential election.  We are beginning to learn about numerous foreign influences in our politics and major institutions.  I would wager there […]

Touch the Fire

by James Bridges It’s hot because it’s a fire.  Within the fire is an experience.  You have to feel the heat… Watching an old movie for the two thousand eighty-fourth time, but his time was different.  There was a scene depicting people inside of sensory dopamine activation chambers.  Not a simple sensory deprivation chamber.  One […]

Welcome to 2021!

by Amy Lee Congratulations! You made it through one of the craziest, toughest years in history, thus far. Whether you felt it physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, or spiritually, you’re still here and for that I am grateful. While 2020 may not have been your year, 2021 is your response. How will you bounce back from […]

A Bowl of Autumn Gold

by Chef Sebastian Carosi Generally, around late August we start to see the plethora of winter squash ripening. Then over the next few months, you will see everything from curry to hubbard, and buttercup to delicata. Winter squash are some of the most delicious, nutritious, and versatile ingredients of the autumn season. Unlike their summer […]

Training Through Terps pt. 1

by Micah McKamie Over the last 20 years, workout supplements have come and gone. Companies produced products like Creatin, Plasma Jet, Hydroxycut, etc. without regard for the safety of the consumer. Within the FDA it is known that a product could stay on the shelves for years before it can legally be taken down, regardless […]

Get real

by James Bridges Herbage Magazine The next thing is coming and you should be totally prepared. You just don’t know what it is… There was a time while on a family vacation I was surprised by the fact that one of those vacation days were to be device restricted. I was quite pissed at the […]

Diagnosed with Depression

How Cannabis Created a Safe Space for Healing by Tab Moura I still remember how that library smelled; stale, cheap floral- mixed with books. You know the type, perhaps one too many glade plug ins. I sat there sweating through my blouse as I read the questionnaire. “Experiences little interest in doing things they once […]

Dip Devices

The EVRI Device by Anna Ervin When the boss man invited me to write a product review over the EVRI device, I was thrilled. I’m not going to pretend that I’m the most experienced concentrate user in the industry, but your girl does love dabs. Why? Because they’re convenient, depending on the quality of product they can taste a lot better, and if I catch them […]

Divided we watched

by James Bridges Herbage Magazine “Good, good, good, good vibrations…” The music plays and I feel free. I feel at ease. I am young and hopeful. I used to cruise my old 1961 Corvair down the PCH after work. The timeline doesn’t really matter, but no, it was not in the 60’s. This was merely […]

Speaking Love into a New Year

by Tab Moura  Going into a new year, I am excited to set new intentions that help me raise the bar of what the baseline of my health looks like. For those of us with chronic illness, learning our limits is practically the first lesson life teaches us once we enter a valley with our […]

Powered by Plants

by Anna Ervin When I made this chili recipe for a family occasion a few years ago, my father-in-law went back for seconds. He said, “I don’t know who brought this chili but it’s the best that I’ve ever had.” Hearing this from the man who never lets me forget what a kook I am […]

Solventless Medicine

by Anna Ervin I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Jeremy Babbitt of 918OG and I don’t think I have ever had the privilege of meeting someone so passionate about what they do. Whether he’s studying the composition and behaviors of different trichomes or designing the perfect water chilling system to process bubble […]

More Act

WILL THE MORE ACT LEGALIZE MARIJUANA ACROSS THE COUNTRY? by Sarah Lee Gossett Parrish, Cannabis Lawyer One of the questions I often am asked is whether, or when, Congress will legalize marijuana. Federal legislation has been introduced to accomplish this—either for medicinal purposes (CARERS Act of 2019) or for whatever purposes each particular state has […]

Training through Terps

by Micah McKamie Why Not? Has anyone ever told you that you can’t smoke weed and workout? Oh, that’s because no one ever asked? All through-out history there are instances where if people didn’t just ask “why not?” then we wouldn’t have such great inventions like the telephone or TikTok. Now I am in no […]

Red Tape in Ponca City

by Michael Kinney  All Sergio Villarruel wanted to do was open a marijuana dispensary in his hometown. He was one of the first people in Ponca City to apply for a license when SQ 788 was passed. At that point, it looked like it would be clear sailings and he and his wife Candace would […]