Ashley Priest

Ashley Priest is a patient, mother, entrepreneur, and activist that fights to end prohibition globally for a better future for all. Ashley has a passion for sharing education pertaining to the goddess plant known as cannabis. She believes that a single seed can tip the scales and that together through education we can end the stigma that is preventing cannabis from flowering to its full potential globally.

Ashley Priest
Since September 12, 2019

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Rolling Paper Alternatives: How to Choose the Best Blunt or Joint Paper
17 hours ago

Rolling Paper Alternatives: How to Choose the Best Blunt or Joint Paper

So you love smoking cannabis, but you’re tired of the same ole rolling papers. Perhaps you recently learned about the potential dangers and risks associated with tobacco blunt wraps and want a healthier option. Let’s explore some rolling paper alternatives that work well for blunts, joints, and spliffs. Types of Rolling Paper to Absolutely Avoid…

Nevada Rules That the Schedule I Classification of Cannabis Is Unconstitutional
2 weeks ago

Nevada Rules That the Schedule I Classification of Cannabis Is Unconstitutional

The war on drugs facilitated by the federal government has been an utter failure. Despite cannabis remaining a Schedule I classification according to the federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA), meaning that it has no medicinal value, over 30 states in the United States have legalized it for its medicinal use. While this classification will remain…

Young Americans Are Making Smarter Choices and Saying No to Tobacco
3 weeks ago

Young Americans Are Making Smarter Choices and Saying No to Tobacco

Are young Americans making a shift from smoking tobacco to smoking something else? According to Gallup, yes. A new poll released by Gallup says that young Americans are twice as likely to smoke cannabis than cigarettes. While some people might be alarmed to hear this, others feel relieved. This is because although smoking as a…