Hemp Seed Granola Snacks
Category: Recipes | Posted on Wed, January, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
Cannabis isn't always about getting high and hemp is the proof of that. The benefits of hemp seeds are incredible and should be utilized if possible! Since stoners always seem to have the munchies, eating healthy can be very important to those stoners that enjoy being fit! The following recipe will teach you how to make a healthy granola snack featuring hemp seeds. This snack won't get you super stoned but your body will thank you for eating such a healthy snack!
What You'll Need;
4 tsp Stevia Sweetner
2 oz desiccated Coconut
1 peeled and segmented Orange
3 oz of Hemp, Pumpkin and Sunflower seeds
Zest from 2 Oranges
5 oz of ground Brazil nuts
¼ cup of Lemon Juice
Pinch of Salt
Handful of small Dates
2 fl oz Water
Find a good sized bowl and combine the three kinds of seeds, the coconut and orange zest, and the Brazil nuts. Mix everything together and set the bowl aside for now. Grab a blender and put the dates, Stevia, water, segmented orange, lemon juice, salt, and water inside. Pulse the ingredients in the blender until they form a smooth, consistent paste. Put the paste in to the bowl that you set aside earlier, containing the nuts, seeds, and zest. Mix all of the ingredients together until they are consistent. Grab a non stick baking tray and line it with dehydrated parchment paper. Carefully and evenly spoon the mix on to the sheet. Cut the smooth mix in to small squares. You should be able to get about 15 of them. Bake the squares for five hours at 100 degrees in the oven. When the 5 hours is up, turn the squares over so that the other wise can cook and let them sit in the oven for another 5 hours. When the snacks are done, they should be firm to the touch. Let them cool and you can wrap them or serve them as you see fit! Enjoy!
Mango Kush - Hybrid
Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, December, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
Seed Vendors That Ship To The States
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, December, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
It's hard to find any sort of seed vendor that ships the the United States, since cannabis is still illegal here. Putting a seed in the ground will make you a felon in some states, an action that does nothing more then move along the course of nature. Finding good genetics can be hard, especially for those growing in less than desirable states. I've gone a head and done some research on the subject, providing the following list of five seed vendors that will ship stateside. Keep in mind that growing marijuana is still a crime in most states and you should be careful about what you do with these seeds. Just don't get in trouble.
These guys have a great selection and fast shipping, plus they tend to send surprise extras with your order. This site is highly recommended if you're looking for some good seeds.
Dr. Chronic is highly recommended for those looking to buy seeds in the US. There are tons of different strains to choose from, as well as good shipping times and fair prices. As of the writing of this blog, their website is under construction so keep that in mind if you decide to visit.
This site is extremely well put together and easy to navigate. Stoners that have ordered seeds from this site are extremely happy with the speedy shipping and good genetics. They sell almost any strain you can think of, from beastly indica strains to the "let's get shit done" sativas and everything in between!
Although these seeds will be a little bit more expensive, the quick arrival and the discreet packaging make up for it. Rhino Seeds is worth checking out if you're in the market for some new strains.
Free seeds with every order? Sign me up! Not only that but this site allows you to buy a single seed at a time, letting you test out the strains before you fill your grow room with them. Now if that's not awesome, I don't know what is when it comes to seed banks!
Colorado To Start Legal Sales Of Marijuana Tomorrow
Category: News | Posted on Tue, December, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
The eyes of the world will be on Colorado this New Year’s Day as adults 21 and over become eligible to legally buy marijuana for the first time anywhere. Sales will be tightly controlled, regulated like alcohol is currently, and subject to a number of restrictions preventing sales to minors, intoxicated driving, smoking in public and other undesirable behavior. The Colorado Legislative Council estimates marijuana will generate $67 million in tax revenue annually.
“This Wednesday Coloradans stop buying marijuana from street gangs and cartels and start buying it from licensed, regulated sellers who create jobs and pay taxes to the government,” said 36-year policing veteran Lieutenant Tony Ryan (Ret.), a board member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, a group of law enforcement officials opposed to the war on drugs. “Soon our jails will be less crowded, our schools will be better funded, and our police more able to focus on violent crime.”
Initially only licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in good standing (of which there are about 500) are eligible to apply for sales licenses As of early last week, the state had approved 348 total licenses, including 136 for retail stores, 178 for cultivation facilities, 31 for product manufacturing facilities, and 3 for testing facilities. Each shop must also apply for a local license, and localities are able to pass bans or temporary stays on the stores if they so choose. Adult Coloradans are eligible to buy up to ounce of marijuana; out of state visitors up to one quarter-ounce.
LEAP’s executive director Major Neill Franklin (Ret.) had this to say: “Though, as with any new system, there will be issues to be worked through at first, the people of Colorado are about to show the world that legalizing, regulating and taxing marijuana benefits the economy, public safety and ordinary citizens. I predict that after a year or two, once the media stops focusing on anecdotes of people behaving badly and we start to see hard data on the real benefits of ending prohibition, there will be a domino effect that echoes across the world.”
Washington state voters also chose to legalize marijuana in November of 2012 and retail sales will begin there later this year. Since that election, the Uruguayan legislature approved President José Mujica’s legalization proposal and Argentina, Guatemala, Mexico City and many other places are considering adopting similar systems.
“It’s a tough day to be part of a street gang in Colorado. Not only did they just lose one of their biggest sources of income, now that police don’t have to focus as much on nonviolent offenders, they’ll be coming after real criminals with everything they’ve got,” added Franklin.
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