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A Stoners Process of Rolling Thai Stick Blunts

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

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While stumbling across the vast wasteland that we call Instagram, I discovered upon a feed that I had never seen before. This feed featured a kind of blunt rolling that I had never seen before. The @afgoo_head feed is a goldmine for those who want to combine serious thought and smoking weed in to one awesome idea. Out of curiosity and a need to share information with others, @afgoo_head produced the pure cannabis Thai stick blunt. These blunts are complicated and take time to make… But according to this roller, the time and effort are totally worth it. This blunt will be made completly out of cannabis and will burn at about an inch per minute.

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The Thai stick originated in Thailand. It is a form of cannabis in the 60s and 70s. It was formed by high quality buds of marijuana that were stuck onto stems. Multiple rows of hemp fiber bound the marijuana to the stalks and kept it in place. These sticks were a subject of interest because it was said that the sticks used to skewer the marijuana were dipped in opium, giving the marijuana an added effect. Today, the Thai stick refers to cannabis flowers tied to a stick and dipped in hash oil, which provides a stronger smoke and more potent high. This product can be found in some dispensaries in California.

As stated before, the process of creating the Thai stick blunt is a creation that is unique to @afgoo_head. This blunt is made in the classic form of the Thai stick. As I found this process extremely interesting, I approached @afgoo_head and requested his help in writing this step by step process to create your own Thai stick blunts at home, so you too can enjoy this piece of marijuana history.

1. Gather some fluffy nugs. The fluffier buds are easier to compress and pack on to the bamboo stick. This will come in handy when you bind the buds to the stick. Make sure that you don’t use extremely dense nugs! If the weed is too dense, the smoke will be harsh.

2. Bind the bud to the stick with hempline. This will ensure that when unwrapped, there will be minimal bud that comes off on the line. Be sure to bind the bud well but at the same time, not too tightly. Now store the Thai stick in process in the refrigerator, wrapped in parchment paper to keep it safe.

3. After a few days, remove the hempline from the stick. The resinous buds should stay on the stick at this point. Coat the buds in a generous amount of cannabis oil. Go over the oil with a lighter to thin it out. This is where you apply the first layer of cannabis leaves to the blunt. The idea behind the leaves, is that you avoid smoking paper biproducts or tabacco. Wrap the cured leaves around the stick, using the oil to hold everything together. Be generous with the oil but don’t over do it. You don’t want your blunt to be dripping while you’re trying to smoke it.

4. Over the course of a few days, while keeping the stick cold, remove it from the fridge and apply cannabis oil, as well as more leaves. Three layers of cannabis leaves should be enough to create the perfect cannabis wrapping. Wrap tightly with parchment paper, and warm slightly over a hot plate for a few seconds. This will warm the oil and spread it under the leaves to create a better seal. In the Thai stick blunt that @afgoo_head made, there was 8.5 grams of cannabis, along with 2.2 grams of cannabis oil.

5. The next step in creating this beastly blunt, ideally, would be to have a collection of them and bury them in plastic bags 3 feet under the surface of the ground and leave them there for about a month. Curing these sticks is a very important part of the process and will create that smooth, wonderful taste that you get from the Thai stick blunt. Curing the thai blunt will also solidify the blunt into a single unit. However, to save time (and because he was extremely impatient, as any true stoner would be), @afgoo_head vacuum sealed his Thai stick for a week.

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When the Thai stick has been cured in the vacuum bag for a week, it is ready to be smoked. Slide the bamboo stick or skewer out of from the end of the blunt. If done correctly, the blunt will stick together with the help of the cannabis oil. The empty center of the blunt creates a vent that makes the hit an incredibly smooth smoke that every stoner will enjoy, if they put the effort in to making the Thai stick blunt. For more photos and more information on this creation, visit the feed of the creator, @afgoo_head. Hopefully this tutorial will provide you with a dank Thai stick blunt and I look forward to seeing the pictures online!

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Category: Recipes | Posted on Wed, October, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
cannabis-chocolate-pudding-recipeEveryone remembers the pudding Snackpacks that we all used to love in our lunch boxes as kids. What if there was a way to make pudding these days but add weed to it? There is. This recipe is cheap and simple so you'll have your edibles in no time. This pudding is delicious and highly recommended, not to mention has an added bonus of frosting!
 
What You'll Need;
 
5gs of Marijuana (Please note the last paragraph in this article)
2 1/4 Cup Whole Milk
Boxed Pudding Mix (Chocolate is recommended because it masks the taste of the bud better)
2 Cups Powder Sugar
 
Take 2 cups of the milk and put it in a sauce pan on the stove on low heat, setting the other 1/4 cup of milk aside for later. Once it begins to steam slightly, wait around 20 minutes and add your ground up marijuana. Let the milk/marijuana mix cook on the stove for two hours, stirring every ten minutes or so. This is kind of a pain but the fat in the whole milk is going to be what absorbs the THC from the cannabis. This low heat process is the best way to extract the highest amount of THC that you can get from the buds.
 
After the milk mixture has been on the stove for the two hours, grab your pudding box and follow the instructions on the box. When that process is finished, divide the pudding in to smaller servings that you can give out. Let the pudding set for a bit and in the meantime, you can make frosting to add when they're finished.
 
Mix the powdered sugar with the 1/4 cup milk that you had set aside from before. These two need to be stirred together until they form a thicker, frosting like substance. Add a spoonful of this to each of the pudding cups and you're done! These are great for parties, gifts, or just something to have in your house for when you're craving medicate pudding with delicious frosting!
 
As always, remember that the amount of weed called for in the recipe is not necessarily the amount that you need. This amount should be adjusted for novice or seasoned smokers. Depending on the person, some people need more and some need less weed. Eating cannabis effects the body differently than smoking so be safe!
 
Find more great Cannabis Recipes Here: http://www.thcfinder.com/marijuana-blog/marijuana-recipes

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Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, October, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
mj-has-anti-cancer-propertiesStudies have shown that marijuana not only helps fight the symptoms of treating cancer but also the disease itself. THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, often gets the credit for battling cancer cells, but a new study shows that THC isn’t working alone. The study conducted at St. George’s University of London, led by Dr. Wai Liu, examined six non-hallucinogenic chemicals found in marijuana, called cannabinoids. The study found that each of these chemicals showed anti-cancer properties as effective as THC. Furthermore, when these chemicals are used in combination, they have an even greater impact on cancer cells.
 
The anti-cancer properties of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary hallucinogenic component of cannabis, has been recognised for many years, but research into similar cannabis-derived compounds, known as cannabinoids, has been limited.
 
Of six cannabinoids studied, each demonstrated anti-cancer properties as effective as those seen in THC. Importantly, they had an increased effect on cancer cells when combined with each other.
 
Dr Liu said: “This study is a critical step in unpicking the mysteries of cannabis as a source of medicine. The cannabinoids examined have minimal, if any, hallucinogenic side effects, and their properties as anti-cancer agents are promising. These agents are able to interfere with the development of cancerous cells, stopping them in their tracks and preventing them from growing. In some cases, by using specific dosage patterns, they can destroy cancer cells on their own.”
 

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