Hemp Airplane In The Works
Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, November, 3rd 2014 by THCFinder
Hemp is great for many reasons. You can eat hemp, you can make fiber out of hemp, you can build a house out of hemp materials, and it appears that you can also make an airplane out of hemp. Per Whaxy:
A Florida based airplane manufacturing company, Velocity Inc., has contracted to fund $500,000 for the development of what is sure to revolutionize the aviation industry.
The Canada based company, Hempearth, founded by restaurateur Derek Kesek, has developed plans for the world’s first airplane made of hemp. Three quarters of the material used to construct this four-seater personal jet will be made from hemp material. It will even be powered completely by hemp bio-fuel, and it is expected to take to the air for a test flight early next year. With truly historical significance, Hempearth announced through Facebook that the plane’s maiden voyage will be launched from the world’s first ever aviation site within Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Would you fly in a plane that is made from hemp material? From what the manufacturers are saying, the parts made from hemp have all been tested for strength and durability, and everything is very much up to code. In some of the testing, the hemp materials were actually stronger than fiber glass. I hope this airplane works out so we can see more of them made.
Wonder Woman - Indica
Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, November, 3rd 2014 by THCFinder
Happy Mondays Star Treats Son's Cancer With Cannabis
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, November, 3rd 2014 by THCFinder
Paul Ryder, the Happy Mondays star and a former drug addicted has recently revealed that he treated his son’s cancer with cannabis. The eleven year old child was diagnosed with a rare form of soft tissue cancer in 2012. Doctors told Chico Ryder’s parents that surgery was too risky and that the young child would need chemotherapy as well as radiation treatment if they wanted to see their child get healthy again. But the doctors also prescribed the boy with a synthetic form of cannabis in order to give him some relief from the grueling terror of “traditional” treatments.
But with such positive results from the synthetic cannabis, Chico’s parents took it a step further and consulted with the doctors on whether or not they would be able to inject their son with the lifesaving cannabis oil that people have been using in order to treat cancer, epilepsy, and Alzheimer's. Doctors supported the parents idea and they began to administer the cannabis oil in to Chico’s stomach tube. After a long while of treatment, the Ryder family got a great bit of news; Chico was in remission and the cancer had receded.
Angie Smith, Chico’s mother, says that it’s time people pay attention to the evidence that states how positive cannabis can be on a person’s life. An eleven year old boy should not be spending his time in a hospital bed, but instead be riding his bike, goofing off with friends, and being somewhat of a bother (we were all a pain in the ass as kids, you know it). To see a young boy in a bed with tubes sticking out of him like some awful version of Wolverine is not how childhood should go. With the help of cannabis, Chico is now in remission and seems to be doing well.
Not only that but the Cancer Research UK support clinical trials proving that the plant has a positive effect on cancer. With more research, they hope to prove the effectiveness of marijuana on those with cancer, especially for children who suffer greatly when undergoing the chemotherapy treatments. To growing bones and organs, radiation can be deadly and chemo doesn’t have a 100% success rate. With a more natural way to treat the diagnosis, children (as well as all others with cancer) would be able to live more normally while combatting their illness.
Purple Dream - Hybrid
Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, October, 31st 2014 by THCFinder
A hybrid of Purple Diesel and Blue Dream, Purple Dream has light, super dank sparkling buds and smells sweet and hazy. It tastes slightly metallic with a mellow high that is relaxing and cerebral.
Purple Kush Cake Recipe
Category: Recipes | Posted on Fri, October, 31st 2014 by THCFinder
Celebrating a birthday soon? Anniversary? Need an excuse to make a dank cake that will get you stoned and full? Then this purple kush cake recipe is something that you need to get your hands on. This cake not only tastes amazing but is super easy to make and it is sure to be a favorite among your friends. Also, since Halloween is almost here, you can use different colored frosting to make it a Halloween themed cake as well. Or you can add in some festive sprinkles as well! This recipe is really easy and perfect for novice weed cooks so you don’t need to know a ton about cooking with cannabis to make this cake!
What You’ll Need;
1 16oz tub of Betty Crocker vanilla frosting
3/4 cup THC oil
1 18.25oz Betty Crocker Super Moist dark chocolate mix
2 cups cold milk
Like I said above, this recipe is super easy! Start by simply preheating your over to 400 degrees F. Take the box of cake mix and follow the directions on the back but sub in the THC oil in place of the cooking oil that the recipe calls for. Mix the cake with the eggs, water, and oil. Pour the cake mix in to two evenly sized pans and bake them for 30 minutes or until you can stick a toothpick in the cake, pull it out, and not have any cake come out on the toothpick. Once the toothpick comes out clean, the cake is done.
Take your frosting (if you want to color the frosting, just add a few drops of food coloring… If you’re doing the festive version of the frosting, separate it in to two separate bowls and add the appropriate food coloring for whatever colors you pick!) and mix it up until it’s smooth. Coat the first cake on the top and then place the other half of the cake on top. Cover the entire thing with frosting. You can add sprinkles too! They sell some pretty festive ones at the grocery store, sometimes even shaped like little ghosts and black cats! Happy cake eating!
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