Phantom OG strain review with pics
Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder
Strain Name: Phantom OG
From: Greener Pastures Collective (GPC)
Looks: Small, but tight popcorn looking marijuana nuggets full of "red hair."
Smell: A "nutty evergreen" and menthol.
Taste: My taste buds were hit with very smooth "earthy" overtones. A hint of cinnamon spice/sugar was present too and left with a sweet sugary like aftertaste.
Buzz Type: Full body relaxation, a "floaty" and "happy" high with very good pain relief.
Buzz Length: Above Average - Very Long (1.5 to 2+ hours)
Strain Genius Lab Results: http://www.straingeniuslabs.com/strain/3670
* I am usually not a fan of "small" marijuana nuggets, but these were very dense and tight. Most were sized just large enough when scissored, my bowl was perfectly filled. It's as if each nug was like an individual serving size.
Phantom OG made my head feel like a basketball and Shaq was palming it. This strain provided me with some strong front full face tingle, but with heavy "pressure" behind the eyes. The feeling was very "floaty" as if I was on top of "soft clouds."
Phantom OG did not couch lock me, but was very good at tackling pain. For example, my over worked calves were killing me one day and a post work out regime including this strain went right to the pain. My pain subsided greatly.
For me this is definitely a "chill out" strain. This suited me best during the early evening hours (after work and before bed). I enjoyed a bowl while winding down for the evening while watch some late night television. Phantom OG did make me a bit giggly at times too. Being up late one night, I was watching "History of the World: Part 1" - laughed at the entire movie so hard and loud I woke up my sleeping family.
Near the end of my refill, I started to also use this strain during the day. Being very intense and under a lot of pressure with my "real" job, Phantom OG was able to put me back on proper track.
Phantom OG is nice top shelf strain which actually became my "go to" strain when on hand. This is definitely one to check out.
Cheers (& Cough),
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'Marijuana cannon' used to fire drugs over US border seized in Mexico
Category: Odd | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder
Police in the border city of Mexicali say they have recovered a powerful improvised cannon used to hurl packets of marijuana across a border fence into California.
Police told the Televisa network that the device was made up of a plastic pipe and a crude metal tank that used compressed air from the engine of an old car.
The apparatus fired cylinders packed with drugs that weighed as much as 13 kilos, police said. It was confiscated last week after US officers told Mexican police that they had been confiscating a large number of drug packages that appeared to have been fired over the border. Mexican police on the border have recovered a series of similar devices in recent years.
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Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder
State panel OKs bill to lessen marijuana penalties in New Mexico
Category: News | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder
On the same day a drug-law reform group released a poll showing that a majority of New Mexico voters favor reducing - and even eliminating - penalties against marijuana possession, a House committee voted in favor of a bill that would take away jail sentences for adults possessing small amounts of cannabis.
On a party-line 3-2 vote, the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee gave a do-pass recommendation to House Bill 465, sponsored by Rep. Emily Kane, D-Albuquerque. Democrats on the committee voted for the bill, while Republicans voted against it. The bill goes now to the House Judiciary Committee. But even if the measure eventually passes the Legislature, Gov. Susana Martinez, a former prosecutor, has said she's against relaxing laws on marijuana.
Kane argued that state and local governments spend too much money arresting and jailing people in marijuana possession cases. Police, she said, should be able to use the time it takes to book someone caught with a small amount of marijuana to investigate more serious crimes.
Read more: http://www.currentargus.com
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