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Consumption 102

By popular demand, we’ve created an infographic with new information. We also heard you regarding blunts, and have included them this time around. Let us know what you think!

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Consumption 101

There was a time when cannabis use was limited to storage in baggies, rolling it up with rough papers or using bowls and bongs that are usually stashed away in a box in the back of your closet-hidden from your parents. Occasionally there would be things like hash, and imperfect edibles usually consisting of dumping some leftover shake into a box of brownie mix and pressing “bake”. Thankfully, since 1996, when California introduced Proposition 215 (the first statewide medical marijuana initiative signed in the US)-more science and innovation has been applied to cannabis ingestion than ever before.  According to Oaksterdam University, the main methods of ingestion are eating cannabis, vaporization, or combustion via joints, bongs, glass bowls or pipes. (There...

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Just the Tip

RODAWG’s flagship product is it’s travel case with 3 or 5 pre-rolled cones. Not only are they sophisticated and stylish, but extremely practical and functional. Today we’re educating you on “The Tip,” and why they may just change your life. 1. No more soggy ends. We’ve all been there – You’re enjoying a nice session with a buddy and he hands it to you with the end dripping with saliva. RODAWG’s tip put a swift end to this. Your welcome. 2. No wasted paper ends = No wasted product. There really aren’t many more frustrating things in life than wasting weed. So stop wasting weed with every single joint you smoke. Put away that roach clip and smoke it “right...

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RODAWG Raises Half a Million Dollars!

“Since legalization, the tide [of investment] has really changed,” Gordon says. “People were all of the sudden looking at this thing as, ‘yes, it’s a reality’ and there’s money to be made here. One thing led to the next, and we raised all $500,000 through one angel. And the rest is history.”

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