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Cannabis Baklava Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
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If you don't know what baklava is, you're not alone. I didn't either until I found this recipe but let me tell you, even if you don't know what this delicious dish is, it's worth trying... Especially when medicated! So what is it? It's a pastry that originated in Turkey and it's pretty damn good. They're very sweet and rich, like I said, definitely worth trying. As always, I've tried to get the simplest recipe so even novice stoners will be able to make these amazing confections in their own kitchen.
 
What You'll Need;
16 ounces Filo Dough
1 1/2 pounds Walnuts, Chopped
3 teaspoons Cinnamon
1 1/2 teaspoon Lemon Juice
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla
1/2 teaspoon Nutmeg
1/2 ounce Cannabis, Powdered
1 1/2 cup Water
2 cups Sugar
2 cups Honey
3 sticks Butter
 
Take 2 tbsp of cannabutter and set it aside. Grease 10x15 inch baking dish with the remaining butter. Take about ten layers of filo dough and lay it down, coating each of the layers with a good amount of butter. After you're finished with this, you should have about 1/3 of the butter left. Be sure not to grease the sides of the pan, as the dough won't fit and you will have to cut the excess off. Mix together a cup of sugar and the walnuts. Pour the mix in to the pan evenly. Cut up five more sheets of dough that are just slightly bigger than the pan and repeat the same steps, greasing the filo dough and laying it down. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees and bake the pan for about 50 minutes. While it is baking, mix the leftover sugar with spices, vanilla, water, and lemon. Cook these ingredients in a saucepan until it takes on a syrupy texture. Add in the honey and heat for about another minute. Once the baklava finishes cooking, cut it in to 2x2 inch squares and pour the honey-lemon sauce over the squares. Let the pan sit for about 48 hours so that the honey permeates all parts of the pastry. Then, they're ready for you to enjoy! Yum!

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Cherry Pie Cannabis - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cherry Pie - Indica

Cherry Pies parents are Grand Daddy Purple and OG Kush. With buds that are dense and full or orange hairs and a touch of purple, the scent of this strain smells of sweet and sour cherry pie. The high has been known to come on in minutes and stick around for a couple hours. Great for stress, pain relief and depression.


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Free Medical Marijuana For Patients?

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
free-mmj-for-patientsThe most important people fighting in the war for marijuana acceptance are the patients. They suffer daily at the hands of modern medicine, trying simply to make it through their day, accomplishing the bare minimum, if that. Patients need cannabis. With amazing qualities like pain management, appetite stimulant, and just plain relief, this plant is incredibly important in the medical aspect. And if you're a patient in San Jose, pay attention to the news because there may be free medical marijuana in your future... If you decide to vote that is!
 
San Jose recently chose a new mayor and are now planning to reelect five out of ten of the seats in the City Council. And unfortunately for marijuana patients, there is a proposal in the works that would straight up ban medical marijuana in the city, essentially putting hundreds of patients at risk by putting them back on prescription meds. If you are a resident in San Jose with a medical marijuana card, and you vote on Tuesday, you could wind up getting free (or at least discounted) bud from dispensaries all over the city. This effort is an attempt to get people up off their asses and vote! If the measure passes, dispensaries will no longer be allowed to operate in San Jose.
 
Even though this free giveaway is a violation of the federal voting code, people don't seem to really give a care. The plant is still considered illegal by the Feds, as getting free or discounted weed in exchange for registering and voting (when a federal race or issue is on the ballot) there really isn't too much difference. When voters arrive to cast their ballot, they will see that there are no marijuana specific measures to vote on but rather who the new governor will be. Marijuana should absolutely still be allowed to be sold at the dispensaries that are operating according to state code, giving patients the access to medicine that actually works.

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Stoner Snow fun

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cops Need Warrants To Search Cell Phones, Supreme Court Rules

Category: News | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
cops-cell-phone-searchesIn an unusual unanimous decision, the US Supreme Court Wednesday ruled that police in almost all cases must obtain a search warrant before searching cell phones or other mobile devices. The ruling brings the huge amounts of data Americans store on cellphones, smartphones, and other mobile devices under the umbrella of constitutional privacy protections.
 
The decision came in two cases, one involving a drug bust and the other a weapons charge. The two cases were consolidated in the court’s opinion in Riley v. California.
 
In ruling in favor of Americans’ privacy, the high court rejected law enforcement arguments that cell phone searches did not require a warrant under an exception that allows police to search the contents of arrested people’s pockets to ensure that they are not armed or do not destroy evidence. While that may be convenient for law enforcement, the court held, constitutional rights trump convenience.
 
The court was clearly aware that modern hand-held devices contain both the quality and quantity of information deserving protection as much as that afforded to people’s personal property and effects in their homes.
 
“Modern cellphones aren’t a technological convenience,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the unanimous opinion “With all they contain and all they may reveal, they hold for many Americans ‘the privacies of life,’” he wrote.
 
As for law enforcement concerns that the court’s ruling would prove an obstacle to some police investigations, Roberts had a pithy retort: “Privacy comes at a cost,” he wrote.
 
And if police have reason to believe such devices may contain relevant evidence, they have recourse, Roberts wrote.
 
“Our answer to the question of what police must do before searching a cellphone seized incident to an arrest is accordingly simple — get a warrant.”
 
Of course, that means police must convince a magistrate they have probable cause to seek a search warrant.
 
The American Civil Liberties Union liked what it saw in the decision.
 
“By recognizing that the digital revolution has transformed our expectations of privacy, today’s decision is itself revolutionary and will help to protect the privacy rights of all Americans,” said ACLU legal director Steven R. Shapiro in a Wednesday statement. “We have entered a new world but, as the court today recognized, our old values still apply and limit the government’s ability to rummage through the intimate details of our private lives.”
 

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Hell Walker OG (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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