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Orange Crush - Hybrid

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

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Orange Crush - Hybrid

This Sativa-dominant hybrid comes from California Orange and the renowned Blueberry strain. Orange Crush comes in small, dense nugs that are absolutely caked with tri-chromes and long, lush orange pistils. It provides Sativa traits that overshadow the slight Indica effects. A powerful cerebral high gives patients uplifting feelings of happiness, hope and joy.


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New Colorado rules set for marijuana edibles packaging, serving sizes

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, September, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
mj-edibles-get-tougher-regulationsDENVER — Amid cries for tighter regulations on marijuana edibles after a rash of recent incidents, the Colorado Department of Revenue has posted new specific rules for the state’s legal marijuana industry that will go into effect in February 2015.
 
In these new rules, the state has officially set the serving size of active THC in each edible marijuana item at 10 milligrams, and has also set the maximum serving size of an individual edible marijuana product at 100 milligrams of THC.
 
In addition, “the amount in milligrams of Standardized Serving Of Marijuana, the total number of Standardized Servings Of Marijuana and the total amount of active THC contained within the product” must be clearly spelled out on each edible marijuana product “in a way that enables a reasonable person to intuitively determine how much of the product constitutes a single serving of active THC,” the new rules state.
 
If a marijuana edible product is too small to contain all this information, then “the product must contain no more than 10 mg of active THC per unit of sale,” the department wrote.
 
The new rules will also require each individual marijuana edible product to be capable of being separated into a delineation that matches its amount of serving sizes. So, for instance, if a chocolate bar contains ten serving sizes in a single product, the new rules state it must have pre-made indents that allow it to be easily and clearly broken into 10 pieces.
 
Failure to comply with these new rules could result in a marijuana retail store losing its state license.
 
Read more: http://kdvr.com

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How to make an Apple Bong ; )

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

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Marijuana Blamed For NASCAR Drivers Death

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
mj-blamed-for-nascar-drivers-deathA very tragic thing happened in NASCAR recently when driver Kevin Ward Jr. was killed after he was hit by a car driven by another driver, Tony Stewart. The facts are that Kevin Ward Jr. got out of his car in the middle of a race to confront Tony Stewart, and Tony Stewart’s car struck Kevin Ward Jr., killing him in the process. After an investigation was conducted, a grand jury decided to not press charges against Tony Stewart. Mainstream media, and the district attorney overseeing the investigation, used the tragedy as an opportunity to blame marijuana. Per USA Today:
 
Toxicology reports revealed Kevin Ward Jr., was under the influence of marijuana on the night he was struck and killed by a sprint car driven by Tony Stewart, Ontario County (N.Y.) District Attorney Michael Tantillo said Wednesday.
 
At a news conference to announce that a grand jury had declined to indict Stewart in Ward’s death, Tantillo said the level of marijuana in Ward’s system was high enough to impair judgment.
 
The exact level of marijuana in Ward’s system is not known, and never may be known. But regardless, I think it’s safe to say that marijuana was not to blame for this tragedy. I have consumed A LOT of marijuana in my time on this earth, and have been VERY high many, many times. However, not once have I jumped out in front of a car moving over 100 MPH in an aggressive fashion. According to reports, Tony Stewart revved his engine while other cars were breaking. But is he to blame? Of course not, because Mr. Ward had marijuana in his system, and despite no proof of when that marijuana entered his system, marijuana is to blame. What a sad, sad scenario on so many levels. My heart goes out to Kevin Ward Jr.’s family, who has to deal with the fact that their family member’s death is being ruled as being his own fault for consuming marijuana.
 

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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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