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Strain Review; Purple Haze

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, October, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
strain-review-with-purple-hazeNot only has this strain been around for a long time, but it's extremely popular among stoners. Mostly because the weed is named after the song by Jimi Hendrix, a very popular musician among smokers to this day. Contrary to popular belief, the weed was named after the song. Hendrix didn't write the song about the bud. The song itself was about a dream that he had.
 
Purple Haze is a sativa strain and gives the user an energetic, elevated buzz. It's a good morning bud and will get you going better than a cup of coffee in the morning. The effects of the bud are also very creative and recommended for those who are trying to write or painting or any of the arts. Being happy is also a side effect of this particular strain, which is something that can't really be argued with.
 
The negative side effects of the purple haze strain are few but some reports did say that users experienced a headache. However, the strain is great for those that are anxious, as well as having positive effects on PMS. Plus, with these deep purple flowers and a seriously dank smell. This particular strain can pretty much be smoked whenever, a wake and bake or perhaps a wind-down at the end of the day. Purple Haze should be tried at least once by every stoner.
 
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Have a nice Day ; )

Category: Fun | Posted on Sun, October, 20th 2013 by THCFinder

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Medicated Banana Bread

Category: Recipes | Posted on Sun, October, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
medicated-banana-bread-recipe
A favorite of stoners everywhere in banana bread. This is definitely the best snack that you could possibly get your hands on when stoned, especially if it's home made right from your own kitchen. As with most foods, banana bread allows the baker to add cannabis. By making your banana bread medicated, you can take a slice of the loaf with you to snack on and get high off of!
 
What You'll Need;
2 Eggs
1 Cup Sugar
1/2 Cup Shortening
1 Cup Mashed Bananas
1 Cup Chopped Nuts (Optional)
1 tsp Lemon Juice
1/2 Cup Powdered Cannabis
2 Cups Sifted Flour
1/2 tsp Salt
3 tsp Baking Powder
 
Get a bowl and mix together the eggs, shortening, and sugar. In a different bowl, put the bananas and the lemon juice together. Once those two are mixed together well, add them to the first bowl containing the sugar/eggs/shortening. Taking a third bowl, sift together the baking powder, flour, and salt. After those are well mixed, put everything together and mix it together. If you'd like to add the chopped nuts to your loaf, this is where you add them. Just be sure to stir them in to the batter well.
 
Make sure that you grease the loaf pan before you pour in the mix, otherwise you'll be peeling the bread off like stickers. Pour your medicated banana bread mix in to the pan. Bake the bread for about an hour at 375 degrees. The cooking time may vary, depending on your oven. Use a toothpick and poke it in to the center of the bread. If the toothpick comes away clean, the bread is done. If there's mix stuck to the toothpick, add another 10 minutes on.

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Pink Pineapple

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sun, October, 20th 2013 by THCFinder

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Panel To Study California Marijuana Legalization

Category: Legalization | Posted on Sun, October, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
study-ca-mj-legalizationCalifornia Lieutenant Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) will lead a blue ribbon panel of expert to chart a path toward marijuana legalization, the ACLU of California announced Thursday. At the same time, the group released polling results showing that two-thirds of California voters are ready to support regulated legal marijuana commerce that contributes to state tax coffers.
 
“The prohibition of marijuana has had an enormous human and financial cost in communities across this state,” said Newsom, the highest ranking elected official in California to publicly endorse taxing and regulating marijuana for adults. “It is far past time for Californians take a serious look at smarter approaches to marijuana, and it is imperative that happen before any marijuana ballot initiative gets underway.”
 
The panel will consist of academic, legal, and policy experts and “will engage in a two-year research effort,” the ACLU said. That is a clear signal that organizers are aiming at 2016 — not 2014 — as the time to put the matter before voters, even though at least two separate 2014 marijuana legalization initiative efforts are already underway in the state.
 
“The panel’s work will be designed to help voters and policy makers evaluate proposals for a strict tax and regulation system that will enable California to benefit from billions of dollars of new revenue while ensuring safe communities and protecting against underage use,” the ACLU said.
 
Among those named to the panel are Keith Humphreys, a Stanford Health Policy Associate who was a senior policy analyst at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy in 2009-2010; Erwin Chemerinsky, constitutional law expert and dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law; two past presidents of the California Society of Addiction Medicine; Dr. Seth Ammerman, a Stanford University professor and member of the American Academy of Pediatrics; Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith; and Sam Kamin, a Denver University law professor who has been appointed to the Colorado governor’s task force for implementing that state’s marijuana legalization initiative.
 

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White Rhino - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sun, October, 20th 2013 by THCFinder

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