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Strawberry Diesel - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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Strawberry Diesel - Hybrid

A sativa-dominant hybrid covered in orange hairs with an intense odor and trichome-covered nugs. High is intense and long-lasting, not recommended for complex tasks.


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Medicated Chicken Breast Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
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Not every cannabis infused treat has to be made with a ton of sugar and chocolate. Since cannabis can be made in to butters, oils, sugars, and flours, you can pretty much make any regular meal with cannabis added in to it. This particular recipe will leave you with an amazing chicken breast that not only tastes amazing but will also get you super stoned as well. You can also store the chicken after it is prepared to eat later or you could cut it up and make sandwiches, chicken salad, or some other dish that you might happen to be fond of!
 
What You'll Need;
1/4 cup dry white wine, or chicken broth
1 teaspoon dried tarragon
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
4 tablespoons liquid cannabutter
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/4 teaspoon pepper
 
Be sure to clean the chicken well before handling it and remember to clean your hands before and after dealing with raw meats. After you've made sure that your hands are clean, lay the chicken breasts out on a piece of tinfoil and sprinkle them with the salt and pepper. Taking a large skillet, heat the cannabutter over medium heat and add the chicken. Sauté until fully cooked, around 11 minutes total. Be sure to turn them once to be sure that both sides get some heat. Once the chicken is cooked, move it to a warm plate and be sure to keep it warm while you prepare the rest of the meal.
 
Take the wine (or chicken broth, whichever you chose) and pour in to the hot skillet. Cook this while continuously stirring until the amount is reduced by half. Add in the tarragon, cream, and mustard and whisk them all together, while still cooking, for about 2 minutes or until the mixture is thick. If there are juices from the chicken on the plate that you have been letting them sit on, pour them in to the sauce. Once you are ready to eat the chicken, slowly drizzle the sauce over the meat. You can also add some medicated green beans to this meal and possibly even some cannabis infused mashed potatoes! Enjoy!

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Alcohol vs. Weed

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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How To Make Dry Ice Hash

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
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I have been making dry ice hash for a few years now, and find it is wonderful to use in tinctures and edibles. It is also great in a vaporizer, or sprinkled on top of bowls of flower. The good news is that making it is fairly easy. Let’s get right to it.
 
What You Will Need:
 
First thing’s first. CANNABIS. If you are not going to use ground up bud, then get the best quality sugar leaf that you can. Avoid sun leaves, unless they have tricomes on them, and even then trim off the portions of the leaves that lack tricomes. The dry ice has the ability to break the leaf matter down into particles tiny enough, that they pass through the screen. So the more sugary your trim is, the more pure your final product will be.
 
Next, you will need a FIVE GALLON MESH EXTRACTION BAG. They can be found on the web, or at your local store. They make them in many sizes, though I have personally found that the 160 Micron size works best, and produces a very high-grade product.
 
You will also want GLOVES, to handle the dry ice, as it will be very cold. It should not be handled without protection.
 
Of course you will need DRY ICE. I live in Oregon, so I can go to the grocery store to get dry ice. It cost anywhere from $1.00 to $1.50 per pound. I usually use about two pounds for every quarter pound of trim.
 
Finally, you will need to acquire a FIVE GALLON BUCKET and a FLAT SURFACE, such as a mirror or smooth, clean table top.
 
How it’s Done:
 
First, GRIND UP THE BUD, or trim. Not so fine that it is a powder, but not too chunky either. You want it to be the about the consistency of fresh snow, in between sugar and brown sugar if you’ve never seen any. Break up one pound of dry ice into chunks and place in the bucket. Please! Be careful not to break up the ice in the bucket. The chemical
reaction will make the plastic so cold that it becomes brittle and can shatter, say, if you were to hit it with a hammer.
 
Next, SPRINKLE THE TRIM in the bucket over the dry ice and position the extraction bag over the bucket. Wait about three minutes, and then shake the bucket a little, to allow the trim to mix with the dry ice.
 
Then, WAIT one more additional minute for everything to get nice and frigid.
 
Turn it (the bucket) over, and begin to SHAKE over the flat surface. Not too violently, yet with purpose and determination. Shake the bucket for about two minutes, until you will see a fine powder start to come out of the screen, along with a gas from the dry ice. Be careful to keep shaking over the flat surface, as everything under the bucket that the gas touches directly will be coated in blonde hash powder.
 
After you have shaken the bucket for about 4 minutes the powder will start CHANGING COLOR from the initial blonde, to a mint green. This means that the dry ice has separated most of the tricomes from the plant material, and the hash is now ready to be gathered. Use a flat plastic card, to scrape all of the powder into a pile. The dry ice hash can then be stored in a container, or pressed together with a hash press for future use.
 
If you are in the Portland, Oregon area, then check out Portland Hydroponics & Organics | 11564 SW Pacific Highway | Tigard, OR 97223 | 503-746-4303 for all of your extraction or grow needs.
 

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Abusive OG - Sativa

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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Abusive OG - Sativa

Abusive OG is an indica strain. The high level of CBD in Abusive OG Kush supplys a nice body high, making this strain effective in the treatment of numerous medical conditions including anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia, muscle spasms and tremors. While the levels of CBD in Abusive OG may moderate the euphoric effects of the THC, they work well together to treat chronic pain.


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Man Uses Cannabis Oil For Cancer

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, September, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
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Success stories are the best way to keep people positive about marijuana. Especially those stories that involve the scarier of the afflictions, such as epilepsy, Alzheimer's, and cancer. By reading the success that some patients have had once they begin to utilize the power of cannabis, we can point other patients in the right direction, towards a cure that really does work. These stories will also hopefully help people to see that cannabis is 100% beneficial to human life and we should be cherishing the plant, rather than sticking it in the shadows.
 
Trevor Smith is a 54 year old British man with three children. Back in 2012, Smith was told that he had bladder cancer. To make matters worse, the doctors informed this poor man that he would be dead in less than 24 months if surgery was not immediately performed to remove the cancerous nodes that had covered his bladder, prostate, and lymph nodes. With such an invasive surgery and the prospect of losing some of his organs, Smith decided to take matters in to his own hands and began researching alternative medicines on his computer. He stumbled across the cannabis oil cure and was immediately interested. Smith then made the choice to try oil rather then undergo the potentially life threatening surgery.
 
Ten weeks after Smith was supposed to have the surgery, the doctors say that Smith has gone in to remission, even though they previously warned him of imminent death if he did not go through surgery. Regardless, Smith has now been cancer free for over a year now and he claims that his life is owed to the healing properties of cannabis oil. Now that this 54 year old knows the positive benefits of this treatment, he is insisting that more people be aware of the medical cannabis benefits that most people turn a blind eye to.
 
Smith and his wife actually wrote a book to chronicle the events that they went through while using the oil. Over ten weeks, Smith ingested 60 grams of cannabis oil a day. The oil regimen was paired with a healthy diet and vitamin supplements that had also been recommended as an alternative to surgery. However, Smith had attempted this method without the oil prior to his discovery of the substance and the cancer was still managing to spread. He and his wife, 55 year old Carol, were not fond users of cannabis before this incident but they have had their minds drastically changed by the increase of life that Smith now possesses.
 
Studies produced by the National Cancer Institute state that there were anti-tumor effects contained in cannabinoids. When cannabinoids were given to rats and mice, the size of their cancerous tumors shrunk drastically. This happens because the cannabinoids inhibit the growth of new cancer cells, invasive tumors, and the development of new cells that are needed for cancerous tumor growth. The end findings of these studies done by the National Cancer Institute lead to one statement; cannabinoids appear to destroy only tumor cells, while not effecting the healthy cells present in the body, plus offer a form of protection against future attacks of cancerous tumors. The evidence is clear. Cannabis can help the sick and it's time to stop oppressing it.

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