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Green Ribbon - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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Green Ribbon - Hybrid

Green Ribbon is a head-clearing strain that is great for concentration and daytime use, when a patient needs to medicate but also get things done.


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A Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey

Category: Recipes | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
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Even though Halloween is the next holiday coming up, we must prepare for the ones after, of course. Plus, places like Walmart have already started selling Christmas decorations. So us stoners are going to start preparing for Thanksgiving, a favorite of stoners since the whole point is to eat. The munchies are total bother for stoners but with this super easy way to make your turkey this year, you’ll solve the issue of getting stoned and the munchies in the same meal. 
 
 
What You’ll Need;
 
1 tsp thyme leaves
 
1 tbsp lemon juice
 
1 tsp sweet basil
 
1 tsp poultry seasoning 
 
1 medium sized turkey
 
1/4 cup chicken broth
 
1/2 cup marijuana butter
 
1/2 tsp sage
 
 
Start by melting the cannabis butter in a small saucepan over low heat until it is melted and then mix in the remaining ingredients. While the contents of the saucepan are simmering, season the turkey with salt and pepper if you wish. Then, make a small incision in the turkey and force a finger between the slit, separating the skin from the meat. Using a meat injector, squirt about half of the butter mix under the skin of the turkey. 
 
 
Put the turkey in the oven and cook it the way you like it (everyone likes their turkey differently, you may have a family secret for cooking the bird). Use the remaining butter mix to bast the turkey while it cooks, basting it about every half an hour. Once the timer runs out on the turkey, pull the bird out and let it cool a bit. Then you’re ready to enjoy! Pair the bird with your favorite medicated side dishes, such as medicated mashed potatoes, ultimate fried green beans, and THC infused cranberry sauce!

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Holidays are just around the corner

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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New Mexico Governor Candidate Vows To Protect Medical Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
new-mexico-gov-says-he-will-protect-medical-marijuanaGary King is running for Governor of New Mexico. Below is a press release he unveiled involving his views on medical marijuana:
 
Statement: A Vote for Gary King is a vote to protect medical cannabis patients.
 
Caring for our own is a strong New Mexican value and a fundamental King family value. When people are in pain we should do everything we can to lessen their suffering. As your Governor I will use my power to protect and improve the Department of Health’s medical cannabis program and improve patient access to this medicine for all New Mexicans who need it by asking my Secretary of Health to make it a priority in his or her department.
 
All around the state people come up and tell me what being able to legally access marijuana means to them. I can see the truth in their eyes as they speak to me. During this campaign, patients and their loved ones have given me a deeper understanding of how absolutely critical the medical cannabis program is for thousands of our sickest and most vulnerable patients and their families. Whether a veteran who was exposed to Agent Orange and is undergoing chemotherapy, a terminally ill cancer patient or a victim of violence suffering post-traumatic stress who hasn’t slept in 36 hours and cannot rest, I am committed to ensuring that all patients who need medical cannabis have safe and affordable access to their medicine.
 
Medical marijuana, a history of compassion in New Mexico…
 
I am proud that the New Mexico Legislature passed the Lynn Pierson Therapeutic Cannabis Act passed in 1978 and the Lynn Pierson and Erin Armstrong Compassionate Use Act in 2007. This compassionate response to the desperate needs of patients suffering from cancer, glaucoma and other debilitating diseases paved the way for hundreds of New Mexicans to find relief for their symptoms in a regulated system. Brave New Mexico women advocated for the passage of these laws, which not only provided relief for hundreds of New Mexicans, they also paved the way for 19 other states to enact similar legislation. As Governor I pledge to protect these laws and honor the legacy of the women who stood up for themselves, their families and other New Mexicans in need.
 
Medical marijuana and overdose death prevention…
 
Overdose death rates are at epidemic proportions across the nation and in our state. Medical marijuana is a safe and non-toxic alternative to opiate pain killers. Many people say that medical marijuana helps them abstain from self-medicating with alcohol or using more harmful
substances like narcotics to control their pain.
 
As New Mexico’s Governor I will reinvigorate our harm reduction efforts and will support Department of Health efforts to educate licensed health care providers in New Mexico about how medical marijuana can be an overdose prevention tool and about certifying patients through the New Mexico Department of Health.
 
Medical marijuana and pharmaceutical drugs…
 
Pharmaceutical drugs are helpful for many people, but not for everyone. For many people medical marijuana simply works better than pharmacy pills do to take away their pain, symptoms of post-traumatic stress, etcetera without giving them debilitating side effects, like suicidal ideation, that they have when they take pharmaceutical drugs.
 

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Super Jack - Sativa

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder

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Wild Growing Pot Plant Gets Axed

Category: News | Posted on Thu, October, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
wild-cannabis-plantsCannabis is a weed. By definition, weeds are plants that are considered undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome, especially one that grows where it is not wanted. Weeds spread fast or take the place of desired plants. They grow naturally and without human interaction. A few examples are dandelions, crabgrass, and vines (which can kill plants and even trees with their brutal grip). The name “weed” appropriately fits cannabis, as the cannabis plant can grow where ever, when ever. It grows quickly and without help from humans. But even when growing in the wild, on it’s own, cannabis isn’t safe from human tyranny.
 
 
In Britain, a two-foot-tall cannabis plant was found growing at the mouth of the River Doon, Ayr. A horseback rider came across the plant one day and couldn’t believe what she was seeing. Since the summer, the plant has been growing and thriving due to the nutrition from seaweed and weeks of dry heat. Police said that they haven’t ever seen anything like this, which kind of shows how in the dark the authorities are of the fact that this plant is what it is; a WEED.
 
 
The horseback rider took a photo of the plant and showed it to everyone she knew. All of the people she showed it to knew what it was immediately. The single pot plant stood alone on the beach, leading people to believe that it was dropped there possibly by a bird that had either gotten one of the seeds in it’s food or the lucky bird had recently visited a cannabis farm. Unfortunately for the not-so-little trooper, the location of it’s grow was given to the police so that the plant could be destroyed. 
 
 
There was recently another incident in which an older woman asked a BBC radio show to help her identify a strange plant that she found growing in her garden. What was the plant? A five foot tall marijuana plant that had taken root in her backyard. Patricia Hewitson was informed of the type of plant on air, with her only response being a shocked, “Oh dear.”
 
 
Hewitson, 65, was confused as to why the plant was giving off such a pungent odor and even put a photo on Facebook, asking her friends what the mystery plant was. No one knew and the plant was eventually named by the radio show as being a marijuana plant. 

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