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Purple Bubba - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, September, 26th 2014 by THCFinder

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Purple Bubba - Indica

The genetics of this strain are Purple Bubba x OG. Purple marijuana varieties are known to possess pain relieving qualities and may reduce feelings of anxiety.


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Seattle's second marijuana retailer plans to open Tuesday!

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
seattles-second-mj-storeFinally! Seattle’s second I-502, legal marijuana retailer is getting ready to open at 23rd Ave. and E. Union St. in Seattle next week.
 
Ian Eisenberg, the owner of “Uncle Ike’s” at 2310 East Union St., confirmed today that his shop is licensed and while they have “a million things that have to all come together in the meantime” they’re planning on opening Tuesday.
 
And, well, that’s all we have for now. We’ll be talking with them next week and will fill in all the details then.
 
So, for now Seattle … You’ll soon have Uncle Ike’s to buy legal weed from in addition to Cannabis City. There are of course retailers in Bothell, Tacoma, Bellingham and more. Check out the gallery above for what’s open and where.
 
The revenue picture
 
Meanwhile, according to the latest published figures from the Liquor Control Board, legal weed in Washington has grossed more than $16 million with more than $4 million in taxes going to the state.
 
There are 233 growers licensed so far, exceeding the state’s goal of 2 million square feet of canopy. While there have been supply issues over the summer, most expect the legal cannabis market to have a solid supply chain — including infused products such as edibles, drinks and hash oils — by Thanksgiving.
 
The state’s goal for this first round of licenses is to capture roughly a quarter of the marijuana market. Seems we’re slowly but surely heading in that direction … though there’s plenty of black and grey market growers, sellers and buyers who insist the legal stores won’t knock them out of the market, especially Seattle’s essentially open market.
 

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Grape Krush - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, September, 25th 2014 by THCFinder

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Grape Krush - Indica

Grape Krush, bred by the famed DJ Kush, is a potent indica-dominant strain and a member of the Blueberry family. Patients have reported that this strain takes a while to kick in, then it makes you sleepy, good for insomnia.


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Pa. Senate Approves Medical Marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, September, 25th 2014 by THCFinder
pa-senate-approves-medical-marijuanaThe Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday passed a bill permitting medical marijuana in the state — despite the objections of Gov.Tom Corbett.
 
Here’s what they’re saying about the event:
  
CBS Philly:
 
The Republican-controlled Senate voted 43-7 in favor of medical marijuana. The measure was championed by state senator Daylin Leach, a suburban Philadelphia Democrat.
 
“This is going to help people who are in desperate situations,” he said.
 
AP adds:
 
The chamber's debate had been propelled by parents who believe a marijuana oil extract can help their children who suffer from seizures so debilitating that they worry about whether their child will survive another day. But proponents talked about the wider possibilities it has for treatment of other people, such as veterans suffering post-traumatic stress disorder.
 
"It is cruel and heartless to deny people the best medicine that is available," Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, said during floor debate. "And it's time to stop treating this irrationally and saying, 'we're not going to let you have this, we're going to instead make you take far more dangerous and less effective drugs.' That's just not how we would want to be treated; it's not how we want our families to be treated."
 
The Patriot-News:
 
Children are at risk of death every day they can't access a medical-marijuana oil that has been effective in treating intractable epilepsy, said Dana Ulrich, a Berks County mother whose 7-year-old daughter has been diagnosed with the condition.
 
But she said mothers who've lobbied for medical marijuana aren't only concerned about seizures, and Wednesday's victory was bittersweet because the bill has been amended to remove a majority of the conditions the original language would've allowed for treatment.
 
"We don't want to give off the impression that this is a whole victory," she said after the vote. "There are patients all over Pennsylvania who are still going to be ignored if this becomes law."
 
Click here and scroll to the bottom to see a full list of which conditions will and won't be included for legal treatment with marijuana.
 

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Super Joint for Superman

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, September, 25th 2014 by THCFinder

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Young People Know Marijuana Is Less Harmful Than Alcohol

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, September, 25th 2014 by THCFinder
mj-safer-than-alcoholMarijuana opponents use children as a pawns in the game to keep marijuana prohibition in place. When asked why marijuana should remain illegal, people like Kevin Sabet almost always offer up the excuse that marijuana legalization will result in more young people consuming marijuana. The fact is, Colorado has seen a decrease in youth consumption of marijuana since marijuana was legalized there. That is a fact that Kevin Sabet seems to forget. Black market marijuana dealers don’t ask for ID, and marijuana is much more available in an unregulated system compared to a regulated one.
 
Marijuana is safer than alcohol, that fact is undeniable. Even Barack Obama has admitted as such. A poll was recently conducted that found out that young Americans are fully aware of this. Per Fire Dog Lake:
 
Young people think marijuana does much less harm to society than alcohol or tobacco. According to a Rare poll of adults 40 and younger, 47 percent believe alcohol does more harm to society, 27 percent think tobacco does, and only 13 percent picked marijuana as the most harmful of the three.
 
In addition, very young adults are the more likely they are to see alcohol as more harmful than weed. Among adults age 36-40 the ratio was only 33 percent to 24 percent, but among those under the age of 30 the ratio was an incredible 52 percent to 9 percent.
 
If people like Kevin Sabet wanted to protect America’s youth, then he would support marijuana regulation. Instead, he prefers to keep prohibition in place which increases access of marijuana to youth and makes it to where they are able to buy it on the black market without any regulations. Marijuana is safer than alcohol. Marijuana laws should reflect that fact.
 

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