Couple Tries To Trade Weed And Shrooms For XBox
Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, December, 24th 2014 by THCFinder
As stoners, we know how awesome video games are. Running around collecting coins, shooting bad guys, or solving puzzles can be really fun. But if you’re really low on funds and can’t afford a gaming system, you’re pretty out of luck. This couple from Chadron, Nebraska didn’t think that way when they traded some cannabis and magic mushrooms for an Xbox after answering an online ad for the gaming system.
Thirty year old Christopher Ames and twenty six year old Casandra Agnes were both arrested on Sunday, December 14th after Nebraska State Patrol found out about the deal. The police said that during the week of the 8th, Ames had answered an online ad offering an Xbox for sale in the Charon area. Ames texted the seller saying that he didn’t have any money but would be willing to trade for the illicit substances. While this kind of trade may have worked in a deal with a close friend, the person that Ames was talking to happened to be an officer of the Nebraska State Patrol.
Working with WING Drug Task Force and the Chadron police, NPS began an investigation and set up a meeting place where the supposed deal was supposed to go down. The buyers were to meet the seller in a parking lot in Chadron. The couple was taken in to custody without trouble after the police intercepted them giving the trooper six grams of weed and two mushrooms in exchange for the Xbox. At the time of the deal, the couple had three children with them, ages two, four, and six. They were placed in protective custody when the couple was arrested.
Ames was sent to the Dawes County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, child abuse, and manufacturing a controlled substance. Anges was also put in Dawes County Jail on charges of aiding and abetting the consummation of a felony, manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and child abuse.
Lesson? Don’t make deals to exchange illegal substances for game systems on the internet. And keep children away from any substances that may be considered dangerous to their welfare. The world of marijuana should be safe and content and should absolutely never put a child in danger.
Yoga Studio Offers Marijuana As Extra Relaxant
Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, December, 24th 2014 by THCFinder
Yoga has to be one of the most relaxing activities that one can indulge in. You feel good, you end up looking good if you keep up, and it’s a good way to exercise if you don’t have a lot of space available. Many people have debated the effect of marijuana on yoga practice and in a small South of Market studio, the owners have decided to really give it a try.
Ganja Yoga adds cannabis to the yoga experience in order to bring one’s practice to a state of severely heightened spiritual consciousness that may not have been reached without the use of the plant. During the classes, instructor Dee Dussault, tells her students how to achieve various poses, how to keep their breathing deep, and to take a hit off of their joint or vape whenever they feel it necessary.
The combination of yoga and cannabis has been around for thousands of years. Back then, ancient yogis costumed Bhang, which was a beverage made from the flowers of the cannabis plant, as well as charas (also known as hashish) as part of their daily asanas and meditation rituals. Several students in Dussault’s class say that they would be getting stoned before the classes anyway so having a place to do so comfortably and openly is extremely beneficial.
Even though the act of physically smoking marijuana has some health experts on the fence about the plant, many are starting to recognize that the cannabinoids in marijuana have powerful properties that are very beneficial to health. The cannabinoid THC has been associated with the reduction of glaucoma severity, controlling nausea in cancer patients, and relieving extreme pain. Additionally, there are some scientists that have been studying the effect of CBD on slowing down the growth of cancerous tumors.
Medicated Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, December, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
Tis the holiday season and people do enjoy a nice cake after any holiday meal. What’s better than a medicated pineapple upside down cake? While being extremely sweet and delicious, this recipe will teach you how to make a medicate pineapple upside down cake that you’ll be able to share this holiday with whoever you see fit!
What You’ll Need;
6 or 7 canned pineapple slices, drained
3/4 cup milk
2 cups cake flour
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons firmly packed light brown sugar
12 tablespoons (1 ½ sticks) cannabutter, at room temperature
1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract
1 /½ tablespoons dark rum
2 cups granulated sugar
1 teaspoon salt
6 or 7 maraschino cherries
1 1/8 teaspoons baking powder
Start off by putting a rack on the lower third of your oven and preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Take a 9-inch round pie pan and place the pineapple slices flat in the bottom of the the pan. Be sure that the slices are touching but don’t overlap. In a small saucepan on medium heat, take 6 tablespoons of canna butter with 1/2 a cup of the granulated sugar and 1/2 cup of light brown sugar. While the butter melts, stir the mixture to blend the ingredients together and then spread the mix over the pineapple slices. Set the pie pan aside for now.
Using a medium bowl, sift together the baking powder, cake flour, and the salt. Then, set it aside as well. Grab a small bowl this time and whisk together the rum, milk, remaining 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, and the vanilla. Set this bowl to the side with the rest of them. Take a large electric mixer and in a large bowl, beat together the remaining 6 tablespoons of canna butter for 1 to 2 minutes until the mix is smooth and creamy. Slowly add in the 1 1/2 cups of the granulated sugar and continue to beat at a medium speed until the mix is light and fluffy.
Add in the eggs one at a time, beating well after you put in each one. Reducing the mixture speed to low, add the flour mixture in three additions. Alternate this with the milk mixture until everything’s mixed together and smooth. Pour this batter in to the prepared pan, spreading it out evenly. Put the cake in the preheated over until you can take a toothpick out of the center of the cake out clean. This should be around 50-55 minutes. Put the pan on a wire rack and cool it for 15 minutes. By tapping the pan gently, loosen the cake. Run a knife around the edge and then invert the cake on to a cake place so that the pineapple slices are on top. Place a single cherry in the center of each pineapple slice. After 45 minutes of cooling, the cake will be good to eat! Enjoy!
Blue Dragon (Hybrid)
Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, December, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
Blue Dragon is a indica/sativa strain that is a crossbreed of Sour Diesel and Blueberry. The bud gives you a euphoric, even body head high. It has a sweet aroma with a berry taste. Blue Dragon is a very heavy hitting medical marijuana strain.
California Court: Concentrated Marijuana Qualifies As Medical Marijuana
Category: News | Posted on Tue, December, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
To most people, marijuana is marijuana, regardless if it’s flower, edibles, or concentrates. After all, it all contains marijuana, just in a different form and/or infused into other products such as brownies. However, public policy does not always reflect that fact. In a lot of states concentrates are treated differently than flower, carrying a separate penalty and/or fine than flower. There was a court case in California that was decided this week that determined the obvious – concentrated marijuana is in fact medical marijuana. Per SacBee:
A state appellate court in Sacramento has ruled that “concentrated cannabis” qualifies as marijuana for purposes of medical use.
A unanimous three-justice panel of the 3rd District Court of Appeal disagreed this week with an earlier ruling by El Dorado Superior Court Judge James R. Wagoner and reversed the judge’s decision that a medical marijuana patient violated probation by possessing concentrated cannabis.
While this decision seems very logical and inconsequential at first glance, it’s very significant. Concentrated marijuana is becoming more and more popular everyday in California. More and more people are no doubt being caught with it, and if law enforcement considers it to not to be protected under California’s medical marijuana law, it could result in a bad situation for the patient. Fortunately that’s not the case, as this court case will hopefully be followed by all California law enforcement.
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