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Comatose Cookies Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Mon, June, 30th 2014 by THCFinder
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It's hot outside, as we all know, so cookies plus cotton mouth may sound like a terrible idea. But before you disregard these delectable little treats, keep in mind that there is a way to make cannabis ice cream (ice cream cookie sandwiches!) or cannabis milk (dip those cookies!) so there's no excuse as to why you shouldn't be baking these up... While simultaneously baking up yourself of course. This recipe is pretty easy too so any level baked should be able to make it!
 
What You'll Need;
2 cups Pecans, Chopped
1 1/2 cups Light Brown Sugar
2-3 tablespoons Bourbon Vanilla
1 cup Granulated Sugar
1 tablespoon Cinnamon, Ground
1 cup Dried Cranberries, Organic
1 1/2 cups Steel Cut Oats
1 teaspoon Nutmeg, Ground
1 cup Cannabutter
1 cup Currants, Organic
1 teaspoon Baking Soda
2 cups All-Purpose Flour
1 teaspoon Salt
2 Eggs
 
Take all of the dry ingredients except for the steel cut oats and sift them together in to a bowl. Once they're mixed together well, set them aside. In a seperate bowl, cream the cannabutter and the sugars together. Then add in the vanilla and eggs. Mix together but don't overdo it. Mix the dry and the wet ingredients together and then mix in the oats with a spoon. Once they're mixed, take your time folding in the cranberries, currants, and the pecans. Once you've got everything together, stick the batter in the fridge and let it cool until it's slightly firm. Use an ice cream scooper to drop the dough on to a greased cookie sheet and bake it at 350 degrees for about 16 minutes. You'll get some dank cookies that will taste awesome and get you medicated. Also, if you don't like currants, you can replace them in the recipe with raisins. You can always adjust the amount of cannabis that you put in as well, as everyone's tolerance is different. Enjoy your cookies!

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Girl Scout Cookies - GSC (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, June, 27th 2014 by THCFinder

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Girl Scout Cookies - Hybrid

If you live in the Bay Area, you've likely heard of Girl Scout Cookies. Whether it's from one of the songs by the famous San Francisco rapper, Berner or actually trying it yourself, Girl Scout Cookies is a can't-miss strain that will medicate you beyond your wildest dreams. A potent mix of an OG Kush x Durban Poison x Cherry Kush mother backcrossed with a prime-looking OG Kush father created possibly one of the best Northern California strains of all time. For those of you who are into the Bay Area rap scene, you%u2019ve likely already smoked some of this off-the-charts weed after hearing some of the songs by San Francisco rapper and collective owner, Berner.


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Canna-Caramelized Bananas Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Fri, June, 27th 2014 by THCFinder
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Everyone loves a healthy treat gone sweet! Especially in the summer, this recipe will be a huge hit. After a hefty BBQ meal, a caramelized banana sounds incredible, right? Add in a little cannabis and you've got yourself an amazing after dinner snack. The following recipe serves two people, so if you need to make more just be sure to adjust the recipe accordingly! And it's suggested that you always make a little extra of these if you're having a party... People will definitely want more.
 
What You'll Need;
1-2 tablespoons heavy cream
2 tablespoons canna-coconut oil
1 tablespoon shredded coconut
2 bananas, peeled and sliced
2 tablespoons brown sugar
 
Grab a medium sized skillet and heat up the canna-coconut oil. Gradually stir in the brown sugar and allow it to dissolve. Be careful that you don't let it burn to the pan. That'll leave you with one hell of a mess! Just be consistent with your stirring. Once the sugar has been fully mixed with the oil, add in the cream and stir some more to combine everything. Add in the slices of banana and stir them constantly for about a minute. Don't leave them on the heat for too long or the bananas will get mushy. They don't taste very good when they've been cooked too long so be precise with your timing! Gently scoop the bananas and sauce in to two serving dishes. Sprinkle them with the shredded coconut and enjoy!

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Happy Friday!

Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, June, 27th 2014 by THCFinder

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Republicans Vote To Block D.C.'s New Marijuana Decriminalization Law

Category: News | Posted on Fri, June, 27th 2014 by THCFinder
republicans-vote-to-block-mj-decrimWashington, D.C. – Yesterday the House Appropriations Committee adopted an amendment by Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) prohibiting the District of Columbia from spending any of its locally-raised revenues to carry out any law, rule or regulation to legalize or otherwise reduce criminal penalties for marijuana. The amendment is directed at a recent law the District of Columbia passed replacing jail time for possessing small amounts of marijuana for personal use with a small fine.
 
“It is outrageous that members of Congress are trying to overturn a locally-enacted law that has the overwhelming support of D.C. voters and the D.C. Council,” said Bill Piper, director of national affairs with the Drug Policy Alliance.  “That Rep. Harris is picking on a majority black district and no other jurisdiction with marijuana decriminalization is very telling. His own state has decriminalized marijuana but he’s not interfering with it.”
 
In 2013, a study released by the American Civil Liberties Union of the Nation’s Capital found that blacks are eight times as likely to be arrested for marijuana possession in D.C. than non-blacks. In fact, in 2010, blacks constituted 91 percent of all marijuana arrests in D.C – despite the fact that data show whites and blacks use marijuana at similar rates.
 
The “Marijuana Possession Decriminalization Amendment Act of 2014″ eliminates the threat of arrest for possessing marijuana and ensure that people are no longer saddled with life-long convictions that make it difficult to obtain employment and housing. Instead of arresting people, the bill would impose a $25 civil fine for possession as well as forfeiture of the marijuana and any paraphernalia used to consume or carry it.
 
This new law is viewed by D.C. lawmakers and advocates as a model for other jurisdictions looking to reduce racial disparities in the criminal justice system. By setting a $25 fine, which is the lowest civil fine for possession among eighteen states that have decriminalized small amounts of marijuana, D.C. lawmakers cited the need to be responsive to social factors such as homelessness in the District and high rates of poverty in D.C. Wards that have seen the greatest number of marijuana arrests.
 
The D.C. law takes effect in a few weeks. The amendment passed by Committee Republicans wouldn’t take effect until later this year, assuming it passes the House and Senate and is signed by the president. Should this Republican-led amendment take effect later this year, it may interrupt enforcement by D.C. police officers of the civil fine and marijuana seizure provisions of the law.
 
“D.C. lawmakers recently decriminalized marijuana possession because the people of the District of Columbia demanded an end to the disproportionate arrest of African Americans for small amounts of marijuana,” said Dr. Malik Burnett, D.C. policy manager with the Drug Policy Alliance. “Any effort by Congress that would block D.C.’s efforts to reform its marijuana laws denies the people of the Nation’s Capital the democratic right to pursue racial and social justice.”
 

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Abusive Skunk Cannabis

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, June, 27th 2014 by THCFinder

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Abusive Skunk


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