Platinum OG (Indica)
100% Indica phenotype. This strain is called Platinum due to the silvery crystal formation on GIANT buds! Anything but subtle describes the distinct odor of lemony citrus and Pinesol. Definitely full of earthy flavor, although you can certainly detect kushy notes. Very similar to True OG! Characteristic for an indica, an initial slight rush transitions to great mental and body relaxation. This Strain has an intenseCouchlock effect ! Great Strain for Acute and Chronic Pain, Insomnia, Nausea and Headaches.
Nevada's Recreational Marijuana Industry Is in Complete Disarray
In many respects, the marijuana industry has been practically unstoppable. As we stand today, 29 states have legalized medical cannabis since 1996, and voters in eight states have approved the sale of cannabis for recreational use to adults over the age of 21 since 2012. With the exception of voters in Arizona, who voted against a recreational legalization proposition in November, the most recent election cycle would have been a "green" sweep at the polls.
Expansion efforts have derived from a major shift in how the public views weed. During the 1980s and 1990s, when the war on drugs was in full swing, somewhere around a quarter of respondents to Gallup's sporadic surveys wanted marijuana to be legal across the country. However, Gallup's 2016 survey showed that an all-time record 60% of respondents want pot legalized nationally. A separate study from Quinnipiac University found that nearly 19 out of 20 people want medical cannabis to be federally legalized.
BlackBerry Kush (Indica)
Blackberry Kush is a mostly Indica Kush with a strong blackberry smell and pink and red hairs. It truly lives up to its name, with a remarkably strong blackberry / piney / hashy smell. As a potent Indica, Blackberry Kush is couchlock weed, and so it is not recommended for high-activity moments.
Lawsuit Claims ‘Rape By Cop’ In Roadside Strip Search for Marijuana
It seems the long arm of the Texas law believes it is all part of the job to sexually assault its citizens in the name of marijuana prohibition.
It was revealed, earlier this week, in an article from the Houston Chronicle that a lawsuit has been filed against the Harris County Police Department, stemming from an incident a couple of years ago in which a cop physically violated 23-year-old Charnesia Corley in search for marijuana.
The lawsuit, which was submitted by her attorney, Samuel Cammack, claims an officer “penetrated her vagina” in a warrantless body cavity search during a roadside traffic stop.
As if the thought of police touching people inappropriately along the side of the road on a wild-eyed witch hunt for a substance that is now legal in over half the states across the nation is not horrifying enough, the report indicates that this violation, which Cammack calls a “rape by cop,” was all done for nothing. Only a small amount of marijuana was found.
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