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Forget 5:00—4:20 Is the New Happy Hour

The concept of happy hour as we know it has long been associated with the most popular substances of the day. Finally, cannabis is catching up with alcohol.

Tips for Growing Blackberry Kush Cannabis

Learn more about growing the Blackberry Kush cannabis strain, including its preferred nutrients, growth patterns, and harvest time.

The High Score: ‘Zelda, Breath of the Wild’ Game Review

We got stoned and played "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." Read about the immersive gameplay and how it’s perfect for a higher state of mind.

What Are the Best Cannabis Strains for Cancer-Related Symptoms?

For you and your loved ones going through a cancer battle, we’ve compiled a list of cannabis strain suggestions for managing pain, nausea, appetite loss, depression, and fatigue.

What Are the Best Cannabis Strains for Anxiety?

Looking for a cannabis strain that helps with anxiety symptoms? This guide is meant to help you find the right cannabis strain to help combat an array of anxiety problems.

The Best Cannabis Strains for Treating Depression

Some cannabis strains have chemical profiles that are better suited for depression. This guide is meant to help match your symptoms with the right variety.

The Leafly Wine & Cannabis Pairing Guide

Love wine and cannabis? Use our simple visual guide to determine which indica, sativa, and hybrid strains to pair with your favorite varietals.

10 Strain Pairings to Help You Celebrate Spring

To celebrate the arrival of an extra hour of sunlight, blossoming flowers, and warmer weather, here are 10 strain pairings that come in like a lion but stick with you like a lamb.

The Cannabowl Scouting Report: Denver vs. Seattle

Whether you're a Bronco or a Seahawk, Superbowl 2014 is one for the history books. Will each each state's favorite strains predict the winner? Here's how they stack up on Leafly.

The Cannabis Origin: What Is a Landrace Strain?

Many growers believe the earliest cannabis strains sprouted in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and Pakistan and eventually spread to other areas. We call these indigenous strains landraces.