Very Special OG nugs - Sativa
Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, October, 25th 2013 by THCFinder
Super Cat Piss - Sativa
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, October, 25th 2013 by THCFinder
So I may have picked this strain solely based on it's name. Super Cat Piss is an extremely interesting choice in names for a strain of weed. Apparently, this bud really does smell like cat piss. In my experience, I've definitely seen smelled some awful weed that smoked amazing. Before you knock these stinky buds, you should definitely try it!
This strain is good for people who have to deal with nausea and a lack of appetite. I would absolutely try this strain, as I definitely have issues with eating. Highly recommended for patients in chemo and who have stomach problems. The only downside is that it seems to wear off quickly, thus you smoke more of it.
As said before, this strain smells awful. But if you're not feeling very well or having a problem eating, give Super Cat Piss a try. While you might be giggling at the name and gagging at the smell, this strain is sure to make you feel better. Not only that but it will stop the stress associated with being sick. No one likes nausea.
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Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, October, 25th 2013 by THCFinder
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Five Reasons Why More Women Don't Smoke Weed
Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, October, 25th 2013 by THCFinder
Women often feel that if they smoke weed or open up about weed they will be judged or not as highly regarded. Generally speaking, when men smoke weed or open up about it people usually remain indifferent. There is a double standard at work that devalues women’s experience with weed that men are often free from. Women need to own their experiences and not give a rat’s ass about what other people think.
Because women were blessed/cursed with the ability to make babies, the conversation around marijuana gets complicated. Childless women can experience shame or guilt when opening up about marijuana, but the backlash mothers endure is often much worse. I blame essentialism and the oppressive consequences it can have on mothers who use marijuana due to gender roles. People don’t bat an eye if mommy needs a glass of wine after a long day, but it hits the fan if they smoke weed. There have been countless stories about families being ripped apart by the Child and Family Services Agency because of marijuana, and it is heart wrenching to watch happen.
3.) Lonely stoner-chick problems
As a female habitual smoker of weed, I had a hard time ï¬�nding other women who also smoked. Most of the time I would smoke with my male friends and male dealers and the only women I came into contact with were their wives or girlfriends. I did not know of any female dealers and hardly any of my female friends smoked, so I always felt like the lonely stoner chick. As a woman I felt isolated because hardly any woman I knew smoked, and who likes smoking alone all the time (unless I’m chilling with dudes). It wasn’t until I got picked up and started working at medical marijuana dispensary (Brightside) when I ï¬�nally started meeting other women who smoked. Basically, it sucks feeling like you have no other women to connect to within the cannabis industry except 420 nurses who function under the male gaze. Which brings me to my next point.
4.) For-proï¬�t sexual objectiï¬�cation of women
Walking into a dispensary and seeing a young twenty-something women in a 420 nurse outï¬�t isn’t my idea of a great ï¬�rst impression. No slut-shaming intended because I think women should be able to dress however they want, but the overt sexual objectiï¬�cation of women in the cannabis industry is a big turn-off to a lot of women. When dispensaries shamelessly use women’s bodies to attract business, what kind of message is that sending to potential female smokers and female smokers in general? It’s sad that there are so many great female activists in the marijuana movement that women can relate to, but all we are shown are sexualized women. It makes it seem as if the cannabis industry doesn’t take women and the role we play in society seriously, which doesn’t turn women on to smoking or wanting to open up about it.
5.) It’s Illegal
I probably could have summed up the entire post with this, but where’s the fun in that? If marijuana was legal in the ï¬�rst place, none of this black market garbage would continue to persist. Women wouldn’t feel sketched out about getting in trouble, losing their kids, or losing their freedoms. This isn’t to say that all of our problems will be solved with legalization, but it’s a helluva start. The cannabis industry needs to reevaluate it’s relationship with women and understand the pivotal role women play in the legalization of marijuana.
What's Wrong With $1.00 A Gram
Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, October, 25th 2013 by THCFinder
Uruguay is on the path to being the first country to legalize cannabis fully and regulate as most believe it should be. The country is implementing it's new plan and is expected to be fully functional halfway through 2014. The best part of the part of the Uruguay marijuana plan? The pot will be sold for $1.00 a gram! Even at that low price, the street cost of a gram from a street dealer in Uruguay is $1.40. But cheaper is cheaper right! $.40 adds up after a while. So what could possibly be bad about this plan?
Of course there's the argument that when lowering the price of pot, there will be an explosive increase in those who use it. However, what happened when alcohol came off prohibition? Not every person alive ran out and started getting hammered. There's no reason to believe that marijuana use would increase. If anything, it may decrease due to the fact that a lot of recreational users smoke because - let's face it - the forbidden is always more appealing because you're not supposed to do it. Also, the usage of marijuana by minors is easily prevented by parents taking a stand and actually talking to their kids about the plant, rather than trusting what's taught in school health classes (We all went through D.A.R.E. We're still smoking).
The quality of the marijuana being produced is also in question. If the pot only costs $1.00, is it going to be filled with stems and seeds? There is no guaranteed quality when weed costs this little. In the US, there is marijuana that is sold for ridiculously low prices, around $3.00 a gram. Bud like this is basically trash and what they were smoking back in the 70s. Seed filled and mostly stem, you definitely get what you pay for when it comes to bud. Paying $1.00 a gram for bud that doesn't get you high, doesn't look good, and doesn't taste good isn't even really worth it. Especially if you spend more time picking the seeds out rather than smoking it.
If keeping the prices low will help people get quality medicine, then I'm all for it. However, if the price will reflect the quality of the bud, patients might have no choice other than to stick to black market dealers. If the low price bud is poor quality, people are going to continue to use street dealers to get quality medicine. People will pay for quality when the only other alternative is schwag.
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