Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, November, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
Stoners usually smell like weed. That's common knowledge. But smelling the same way that your basement does after a couple bong loads isn't exactly how you want to present yourself to the world. Well, coming in 2014, you apparently won't have to. There has been a new fragrance in development for years now and is supposed to be hitting the market in 2014.
Richard Grant is the one designing this perfume. It'll be released primarily in London, at high end fashion stores. The smell isn't going to be solely marijuana based. Usually, stoners tend to smell like bong water or perhaps a hint of resin. This perfume will contain cloves, lime, and mandarin, as well as the added hint of pepper oil, white musk, and tobacco (odd, right?). But add in the faint whiff of marijuana flowers before harvest and you've apparently got a very sought after scent.
This won't be the first time that marijuana perfume is released in to the consumer market. There have been other before, starting back in 2006 with the Fresh fragrance known as Cannabis Santal. There was also a perfume called Kush that was released in 2011 by Alan Hochberg. Add in the fact that Innocence by Misty contained marijuana as well. With all of these cannabis fragrances out on the market, it's surprising that there isn't more weed smell in public places, am I right? Something like this would be a product that I feel most stoners would love.
No matter who the fragrance comes from, the smell of fresh marijuana flowers is much better than what you smell when you smoke. As well as the added scents to accentuate the marijuana. The perfume won't get you stoned, obviously, but it will give you extreme satisfaction when someone says "I like your perfume" and you can be like "It's essence of cannabis, in fact!" People won't know what to say to that response. Cannabis scented perfume will continue to gain popularity. Any natural smelling perfume is sure to attract attention but marijuana scented? Especially mixed with other subliminal scents, such as orange and clove.
Although some stoners will be all over cannabis perfume, it can be certain that there will be others that aren't as interested. If you walk out of the house smelling like fresh flowers, wouldn't some overly zealous law enforcement agent wind up trying to arrest you? While highly unlikely, it's not impossible and some of the more paranoid stoners will be sure to keep this in mind when deciding on whether or not to purchase cannabis scented perfume.
How Reliable Are Marijuana Strain Names?
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, November, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
I remember when I started smoking marijuana in the mid 90′s marijuana strain names weren’t that important. Finding marijuana was not as easy as it is now, and there certainly weren’t any dispensaries, so you were just glad to get anything.
Back then, at least in my area, marijuana was lumped into one of three categories – bammer, beasters, and kill bud. There was rarely a strain name attached to the marijuana I bought back then, and even if it had a name, there was no telling that the strain name was accurate.
The first marijuana strains were ‘landrace strains’ or wild strains. Did cavemen or indigenous people name their strains? Who knows. Seed historians seem to agree that the first modern day marijuana seed breeding started in the 1960′s. The Brotherhood of Eternal Love brought seeds to America from Afghanistan, Nepal, and other regions, and people starting breeding them.
In the early 1970′s the first official seed company started in Holland – Sam Skunkman’s Sacred Seeds. The art of seed breeding spread from there. There are now numerous marijuana seed companies around the world, and many, many breeders operating in the United States (some better than others!).
If you get seeds directly from a reputable seed bank, the strain names are reliable. Obviously if you get seeds straight from the breeder, the strain names are reliable. But if you score a sack from someone that is not a breeder, or not the grower, who knows if the strain name is accurate.
There is an increasing importance to market strain names to marijuana consumers these days, which is leading to a lot of inaccurate strain names out there, especially at dispensaries. If a customer walks into a dispensary and is given the choice between a well known strain name and a jar full of un-named bud, the customer is much more likely to choose the one with the popular name.
Dispensary owners know this, especially shady ones. So they will slap a name on a jar and not care less if it’s accurate. All they want is to sell more bud. I had a friend work at a dispensary where the owner had a bunch of old outdoor from several harvests over the course of multiple years. The owner had no idea what strain it was, but put it on his shelves in a jar stating it was OG Kush. The nugs didn’t sell at all before they were marketed as OG Kush, because after all it was old outdoor. But within a week of putting a fake name on it, all the outdoor was gone. I guarantee this is a common thing at dispensaries across the country.
Read more: http://www.theweedblog.com
Jedi Mind Tricks Weed
Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, November, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
Use All Of The Cannabis Plant
Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, November, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
No matter what plant you end up with in your garden - male or female - you should be using all of it. Males that get thrown away can be very valuable in certain recipes. Trim can be used to make all sorts of THC goodies. By throwing out parts of the plant, you're wasting cannabis. If you can use it to medicate, it should be saved!
If you end up getting an unwanted male, instead of just tossing it, cut off the leaves. Store them in the fridge and add them in to juice recipes. Juiced cannabis is a real health benefit. While it doesn't get you stoned, your body will thank you! It doesn't matter what gender plant the leaves come from, as long as they're fresh and undried.
Using the stems in weed tea is the most common use for them but I usually add them in to my vaped weed container and grind them up in to edibles. While they're extremely low in THC, every little bit helps! It's probably most practical to use them in tea though. You need a lot of stems to create quality edibles.
Trim can be used in edibles and concentrates. You need large amounts of it but it can be used for a lot. Most of the time, people use it to make BHO. It's perfect for tincture, ice hash, and budder. This stuff especially should be reused, especially if it's high quality bud that you're trimming.
Eat them! They're good for your health. You can also add them in to juice and drink them that way. Adding seeds to your juice allows the juicer to sufficiently break them up and allow your stomach to easily absorb the beneficial nutrients that they contain.
- 186,127 Views Category: Odd
- 146,035 Views Category: Fun
- 136,134 Views Category: Culture
- 94,512 Views Category: Culture
- 94,020 Views Category: Fun
- 92,617 Views Category: Culture
- 74,984 Views Category: Culture
- 72,822 Views Category: Odd
- 65,090 Views Category: Fun
- 58,008 Views Category: Fun