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White Widow Nugs - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, August, 6th 2014 by THCFinder

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White Widow - Hybrid

White Widow buds are covered in crystals, giving it an almost sugared look. A relatively new strain developed in the early 1990's, it has been the subject of many rap songs and was frequently mentioned in the television show Weeds. It is a very potent and powerful variety of cannabis, available on the top of all Dutch coffee shop menus. The buzz is powerful and energetic yet social, be prepared for a strong high.


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Cannabis Oil Provider Raided

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, August, 6th 2014 by THCFinder
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It is part of human nature to help other humans. To neglect another human when they're in trouble goes against every natural instinct we have. We're not solitary creatures. So why is it so hard for people to accept that cannabis is a cure for almost every illness and affliction that is present in today's day and age? Even more so, why would someone take away the one thing that is keeping a person alive? And by person, I mean child, like the two year old Abbey, who was getting her cannabis oil supply from an ACT man who was recently raided.
 
The supplier, who has been giving Abbey's family this healing medicine since January, wrote to official Katy Gallagher about the oil. He mentioned that the child's health had greatly improved and that the oil was definitely helping. The letter also asked Gallagher to consider allowing medical marijuana to be legalized in order for more patients like Abbey easy access to their medicine. Gallagher, however, doesn't see anything wrong with what she did and instead states "What if I did nothing with that information and it was later found out that I'd just ignored the fact that someone had sent me an email saying that they were administering a prohibited substance to a young child?" Well, had she done nothing, then a child's life wouldn't be hanging in the balance and while the plant would've remained illegal, at least Abbey would have a working medicine. But instead, the child may now die.
 
The supplier, according to Gallagher, has contacted the office multiple times, asking for the government to reconsider the ban on cannabis substances. And although no action has previously been taken, Gallagher felt compelled to make an issue out of this particular email, focusing yet again only on the fact that the plant is "illegal" and not on the facts that were so clearly presented to her. "He's a frequent emailer to my office and we've engaged in areas of disagreement over that time, but certainly this one tipped me into another area," she said. "As the law stands at the moment, marijuana is a prohibited substance and I have responsibilities on me as Chief Minister under child protection laws if nothing else, that that information had to be passed on."
 
Gallagher says that on an emotional level, she feels for those families who are suffering with a sick loved one. However, her duty as a lawmaker is to report things like this, as they fall in to somewhat of a grey area. While the plant (and oil) remains illegal, rather than reporting the supplier to authorities, Gallagher could have supported the family through the long and arduous process of getting the law system to accept the medicine. Now, with the supply of cannabis oil running dry for Abbey since the supplier's arrest, the little girl's future is looking bleak. Keep Abbey and her family in your thoughts and send positive vibes in hopes that Australia begins to look over their medical marijuana policy before it is too late.

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True OG Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, August, 5th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cannabis Cheesy Fries Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, August, 5th 2014 by THCFinder
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Feeling that craving for some seriously dank food? The messiest, most delicious thing that you could possibly get in that situation has to be cheesy fries! Chances are since you're probably already stoned, you'll be on the rampage for something greasy and epic. But medicating your cheesy fries? You can't go wrong with that, am I right? This recipe will teach you how to make your own medicated cheesy fries, packed full of awesome shit.
 
What You'll Need (Fries):
Sea salt & pepper to taste
4-6 potatoes (depending on their size)
1/4 cup of cannabis olive oil
 
What You'll Need (Sauce):
1/4 cup milk
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup ranch dressing
 
What You'll Nee (Toppings):
Shredded cheese
1/2 cup bacon bits
1/4 cup green onions
1/2 shredded mozzarella
 
Take the potatoes and cut them in to the shape of french fries. You can make them shoestring or steak style, whatever your preference! Place the fries on a foiled baking sheet and coat the fries in the cannabis olive oil. Be sure to get them good and covered if you're looking to get really medicated. Be sure to flip them over and get the other side with oil as well. Once you've coated them thoroughly, sprinkle your salt and pepper over them. Toss them in the oven on the sheet and bake them at 400 degrees for about 35 minutes.
 
While the fries cook, take a medium mixing bowl and mix together the sour cream, milk, and ranch dressing. Pool about 3/4 of the mixture on to a separate platter and place the fries on top of it once they're done cooking. Slowly pour the remaining sauce on the fries and sprinkle on your toppings of choice. Place the sheet of fries and toppings under the broiler for a few seconds in order to remelt your cheese. Pull the fries out, let them cool for a short time, and then enjoy!

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Would you pass on a hit?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, August, 5th 2014 by THCFinder

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Colorado Issues New Marijuana Edible Rules

Category: News | Posted on Tue, August, 5th 2014 by THCFinder
co-issues-new-mj-edible-rulesMarijuana edibles are nothing new. They have been around for decades, most commonly in the form of brownies and cookies. Marijuana edibles, if prepared properly, can be much stronger than marijuana in flower form. Whereas marijuana consumed in smoke or vapor form goes into your nervous system via the lungs, eaten marijuana goes into your blood stream via the digestive process. That’s why the high from eating marijuana can last so long, and can be felt throughout your entire body. Veteran marijuana consumers know this, and either take it easy on edibles, or if they are like me, prepare ahead of time for a mega-high.
 
I don’t like weak edibles. I have never consumed an edible that was ‘too strong.’ However, I am willing to recognize that not everyone is like me. A lot of people are either trying marijuana for the first time right now, or are trying marijuana again after a very long break. People that fit into those two categories should proceed with caution when consuming marijuana, in edible form or smoke or vapor. Unfortunately some people have tried to go from zero to hero on edibles in Colorado, which has resulted in some unfavorable media coverage for the industry.
 
New rules out in Colorado surrounding marijuana edibles will hopefully calm the media down and give opponents like Kevin Sabet less to talk about. The new rules include:
 
Products still have a 100 mg THC limit, but they have to be able to be separated into 10 mg or less servings.
 
Manufacturers have to put single serving edibles into child-resistant packages before shipping, instead of relying on retailers to do so.
 
Liquid items also have to be in similar packaging, with serving sizes clearly displayed.
 
Changes will become effective on November 1st after public comment has occurred. Even more changes may happen after public input. While I personally think that the individual consumer has a lot of responsibility to know what they are consuming, I don’t see the rule changes having that much affect on things and don’t think they will be a problem for the industry. I’m hopeful that now if a rookie eats too much, they can no longer play dumb and act like it wasn’t their fault that they got too high and acted the fool, and then try to blame it on an industry that is doing everything it can to be responsible.
 

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