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Mango Kush - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, August, 21st 2014 by THCFinder

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Mango Kush - Hybrid

Mangos parentage is part KC 33 and part Mango from a hippie fellow who grew it for 30 years, then let KC use it as a cross in 1991. It is a 100 percent indica strain that grows large and produces prodigiously. Dont let Mangos slow start fool you - this variety will eventually rival the impressive size of many KC varieties, which are especially intended for outdoor grows. If you want Mango to stay at an average size in an outdoor garden, allow only 3 weeks of vegetative time and transplant outdoors as late as July in Northern latitudes. Mango can also be grown in an indoor garden, but needs a lot of space.


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Medicated Chicken Breast

Category: Recipes | Posted on Thu, August, 21st 2014 by THCFinder
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Not every cannabis infused treat has to be made with a ton of sugar and chocolate. Since cannabis can be made in to butters, oils, sugars, and flours, you can pretty much make any regular meal with cannabis added in to it. This particular recipe will leave you with an amazing chicken breast that not only tastes amazing but will also get you super stoned as well. You can also store the chicken after it is prepared to eat later or you could cut it up and make sandwiches, chicken salad, or some other dish that you might happen to be fond of!
 
What You'll Need;
1/4 cup dry white wine, or chicken broth
1 teaspoon dried tarragon
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
4 tablespoons liquid cannabutter
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/4 teaspoon pepper
 
Be sure to clean the chicken well before handling it and remember to clean your hands before and after dealing with raw meats. After you've made sure that your hands are clean, lay the chicken breasts out on a piece of tinfoil and sprinkle them with the salt and pepper. Taking a large skillet, heat the cannabutter over medium heat and add the chicken. Sauté until fully cooked, around 11 minutes total. Be sure to turn them once to be sure that both sides get some heat. Once the chicken is cooked, move it to a warm plate and be sure to keep it warm while you prepare the rest of the meal.
 
Take the wine (or chicken broth, whichever you chose) and pour in to the hot skillet. Cook this while continuously stirring until the amount is reduced by half. Add in the tarragon, cream, and mustard and whisk them all together, while still cooking, for about 2 minutes or until the mixture is thick. If there are juices from the chicken on the plate that you have been letting them sit on, pour them in to the sauce. Once you are ready to eat the chicken, slowly drizzle the sauce over the meat. You can also add some medicated green beans to this meal and possibly even some cannabis infused mashed potatoes! Enjoy!

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Trainwreck (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, August, 20th 2014 by THCFinder

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Trainwreck - Hybrid

Trainwreck is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain that hits you as hard as a freight train that you don't see coming. Burns quick and produces thick smoke that will almost certainly get you coughing.


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Questions surround legality of marijuana tour bus

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, August, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
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SEATTLE -- Getting high while seeing Seattle. Tourism entrepreneurs are making that happen.
 
It's been more than a month since retailers first started legally selling marijuana across Washington state. WeedBus.Club is an organization that allows passengers to get high on its sightseeing party bus.
 
"[People] love it," operator William Prigmore said. "They take pictures, they [give] thumbs up. It's great. We get a lot of positive feedback about the weed bus."
 
The bus' paint job sure makes what promises to be a mind-altering experience hard to miss. Betty Jo Jones, visiting from Montana, couldn't resist snapping a few pictures of the bus Tuesday morning along the Seattle waterfront.
 
"It's very unique," said Jones. "It's something I don't see every day."
 
Prigmore says that curiosity is what's driving business. On a Tuesday bus ride from Seattle's piers to SODO, some early-morning passengers took time to smoke during a short pit stop.
 
"They can smoke on the bus," explained Prigmore. "We go down to Cannabis City. They can buy it legally."
 
There is no divider separating the driver from the rows of smoke-filled fun. A risk of a second-hand high for the driver is drawing concern.
 
"Most of the time when they're smoking on the bus, we don't have drivers in there," said Prigmore.
 
The Seattle Police Department says it will monitor these tourism ventures.
 
Officers say passengers smoking pot is still considered public smoking, which is illegal. However, enforcing marijuana laws is the department's lowest priority, according to a police spokesperson.
 
The price for WeedBus.Club is $25 for an hour tour or a donation for passengers traveling a short distance. Prigmore says pot bus competition is heating up, so don't be surprised to see more of the new tourism vehicles on Seattle streets.
 

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Scorpion Joints

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, August, 20th 2014 by THCFinder

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First Legal Marijuana Purchased In Seattle Donated To Museum

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, August, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
seattle-mmj-donated-to-museumLegal cannabis sales started in Washington on July 7th. The first legal purchase in Seattle was made by 65 year old grandmother Deb Greene at Cannabis City. Rather than consume some of the cannabis she purchased, Deb Green instead donated some of the cannabis to Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry. Per Time:
 
She purchased two bags of legal weed, one for personal use and another that was signed by Cannabis City owner, James Lathrop, so it could be “saved forever,” Greene told the Seattle Times. “You don’t use history.”
 
It’s pretty heartening that the Seattle museum will display cannabis, yet another demonstration that cannabis is moving out of the shadows and into the mainstream. The first legal purchase in Colorado was by a military veteran named Sean Azzariti. It is tremendous that the first purchase in Colorado was a military vet and that the first purchase in Seattle was a grandmother, not your stereotypical “stoners”. As far as we know, Azzariti consumed his cannabis, that he uses to combat post-traumatic stress and none of it made it to a museum, making Ms. Greene’s cannabis at Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry all that much special. It would be fun to be a fly on the wall at the museum to see what people have to say about the cannabis display. A time-lapse audio recording would be amazing, as the novelty wears off and decades from now, future generations are amazed that marijuana prohibition was a policy in the first place.
 
These are truly historic times. Future generations will certainly look back and wonder what the big fuss was about, just as we are amazed that alcohol prohibition was even implemented in the first place and that racial segregation was the law of the land. Historians will look back on prohibition and wonder why such a harmless plant led to so many harmful public policies prohibiting it. Let’s keep up the fight, keep spreading the word and put cannabis prohibition into the dust bin of history, so it will be a relic of the past, partly commemorated by a few cannabis flowers in a museum donated by a loving grandmother.
 

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