For some, good weed and good wine are all they are looking for in life, and thanks to the fine folks at Rebel Coast Winery, they can now get both in one simple package. Starting January 2018. the company will start selling the very first legal "Weed Wine.'
The wine, which is non-alcoholic, is described as tasting like a traditional California Sauvignon Blanc from Sonoma with high acid, citrus notes, and a crisp finish. It’s herbaceous marijuana on the nose, Sauvignon Blanc in the mouth. There are around 16 milligrams of THC in every bottle, which breaks down to around 4 milligrams per glass—6 milligrams less than the California limit of THC in edibles.
The new Sauvignon Blanc could be the first explicitly legal weed wine when it’s released in January 2018. Prop 64 in California legalized recreational adult use starting in 2018, but it also outlaws anyone from selling marijuana in the same place as tobacco or alcohol—including alcoholic marijuana wine. Since Rebel Coast’s Sauvignon Blanc is alcohol-free and it follows all the state laws. It won’t be the last offering, either. Paste reports that a rosé and sparkling are on the way next year.
Each bottle of Sauvignon Blanc is adorned with a tangerine-colored label with a marijuana leaf drawing and clean lettering. It’ll sell for $60 a bottle at recreational marijuana shops as soon as those shops are set up in the Golden State, and Rebel Coast is working on figuring out distribution to other states.
By Jerrita Dee
Everyday we as people wake up and go about our day, but in some cases, others wake up in fear or don’t even wake up at all. Bullying is a great factor of many deaths, and we need to recognize the signs.
Bullying can be physical, mental, and emotional. No one truly knows how bullying can really affect a person’s life or actions. Bullying typically starts off in the early stages of childhood. One in three schoolchildren experience some level of bullying between grades six and 10. In some cases, it starts in earlier grades like first and second.
Eighty-three percent of girls experience some form of harassment, while 79% of boys experience the same form of harassment. Bullying can occur anywhere! Six out 10 kids witness harassment in school at least once a day.
Outside of school, many teens deal with cyber bullies. Cyber bullies target their victims over the internet especially on social media outlets. These outlets give them the chance to stay behind the scenes and portray anyone they want to be. In fact, around 160,000 children miss large amounts of school each day because of bullies.
Suicide is the leading death after being bullied. Bullies can be stopped. Speaking up for someone can and will make a difference. Don’t be afraid to stop or just talk to a person who is a victim. Victims shouldn’t be afraid to speak out because you are never alone.
Doing these little things might just change or save a life. Stand up for bullying. No more R.I.Ps.
Subaru has unveiled its largest vehicle ever at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Ascent is a family-sized SUV that stretches the Subaru Global Platform to its limits to create enough space for three rows of seating. Retaining much of the look of the Ascent Concept that debuted at the New York Auto Show in April, the production Ascent comes with an all-new engine and Subaru's tried and true Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.
For Subaru, the Ascent is a clear move to fill a gap they've often lost repeat customers to. Once a family outgrows the Outback or Forester, they have no other Subaru to turn to and must look elsewhere to get that third row of seating. With the Subaru Ascent, the company hopes to keep those buyers inside a car with the star cluster logo on the hood.
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