Royal Kush (Hybrid)
Royal Kush, a cross between the famous Skunk #1 and oh-so-potent Afghani, is an Indica-dominant strain favored by patients with such ailments as insomnia, loss of appetite, pain relief, inflammation, nausea and anxiety. This bud appears to be infested with sticky tri-chromes, with orange and electric-white pistils. It also has a pungently danky, fruity, skunky and earthy aroma.
Georgia Linebacker Faces 4 Game Suspension for Less Than an Ounce of Weed
ATHENS, Ga. – A linebacker for the Georgia Bulldogs was arrested for marijuana possession Thursday evening. Natrez Patrick was arrested and booked for marijuana possession of less than one ounce at the Athens-Clarke County jail. The arrest comes just before a big Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt game that Patrick was expected to start in.
Patrick posted bail less than an hour later on possession charges and a parking violation. The bail was set at $1500. The arrest was the second for the linebacker, who had also been arrested in 2015 along with ex-teammate Chauncey Rivers for pot. Rivers was kicked off the team after a few more arrests for marijuana possession. Another incident occurred last year when a RA in his dorm smelled marijuana and called the police. No arrests were made.
Patrick was suspended for the Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt game Sunday and may be suspended for four more games, according to the Georgia Athletic Association code of policies. When Georgia Athletics was contacted by the press for a comment, no one could be reached. The code of conduct states that:
Strawberry Kush (Indica)
Strawberry Kush (Strawberry Cough x OG Kush) is a California sensation and a growers dream as the OG Kush helps to hulk out the notoriously finicky and low yielding Strawberry Cough. The smell is very fruity (like Strawberries) with earthy and chemy overtones from the OG. The taste of more typical of Chemdawg, with a fruity aftertaste. The effect is a very uplifting sativa high.
Why California’s Legal Weed May Cost More
Despite the many stories about the recent drop in weed prices, some in the industry fear that cultivation, production and retail regulations could drive up weed prices in California—just when consumers can finally buy it legally.
Jonathan Rubin of New Leaf Data Services thinks prices will go up because of compliance costs and testing.
“I can almost guarantee bottlenecks in testing and permits,” Rubin told LA Weekly.
No doubt California is going to stick to the letter of the law.
California pot czar Lori Ajax, who called the state’s entire regulatory scheme a work in progress, said it may take months for enough testing labs to be properly screened and licensed to handle the supply of weed expected to be sold starting in January.
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