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Purple Princess - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 11th 2014 by THCFinder


Afgoo Strain Review

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, February, 11th 2014 by THCFinder
This strain is not one for the weak lunged stoner. With heavy indica dominant genetics, Afgoo has a great pine like scent that's incredibly sweet. Based on smell alone, you won't be able to turn down a bowl full of this amazing stain. While being very powerful, the strain manages to keep the user on their feet. If you need a strong indica but have things to do during the day, the Afgoo strain is for you.
Aside from the incredible pine scent, Afgoo has amazing benefits for patients suffering from anxiety, ADD/ADHD, arthritis, PTSD, and hypertension. It's effects are very long lasting and the body buzz that it gives the user are perfect for those in chronic pain. For those with anxiety, they experience an immense calm feeling, leaving them to rationally deal with decisions instead of letting their stress get the best of them.
With the worst effects being a dry mouth and a possibly sleepy outlook on the world, Afgoo is a great strain to keep in your medicine cabinet. Whether you're a patient or a recreational smoker, you can be sure that you'll enjoy this strain. Everyone loves a great indica and this one is , as most strains are, definitely worth a shot. Happy toking!  


Chem Shatter

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Mon, February, 10th 2014 by THCFinder



Glass Theft

Category: Glass | Posted on Mon, February, 10th 2014 by THCFinder
People spend a lot of money on the pieces that they want to smoke out of. Collections can be valued at well in to the thousands of dollars, depending on how dedicated the stoner is. Not only that but artists work hard to ensure that their products wind up in good hands, sometimes spending long amounts of time on custom pieces for people. Regardless of price, however, glass is very important to stoners and something like that should not be messed with.
Unfortunately, it seems as if there has been a lot of thievery of glass amongst the stoner community. Between random break ins at people's residences or those sneaky scammers that claim they're collecting items for a "giveaway". People like this are a disgrace to the cannabis community and don't deserve to call themselves stoners. Stealing in general is wrong but stealing from fellow stoners? That's the lowest of low. Your best bet is to spot thieves quickly. Knowing some key signs can help you from getting your prized pieces stolen.
If you're interested in doing a contest with someone on a social networking site, it's usually very easy to peg someone sneaky. Look at the person's feed. If they've already hosted contests, check out the winners. If previous winners have received their prizes and seem happy, the person behind the page is probably okay. However, a page that never showcases their contest winners is a definite red flag. And if you check out the winners and they don't have their prizes, another sign that the person you're thinking of dealing with is a bad choice.
For the real life situations, it's a good idea to keep your home a secret from certain people. Don't invite a friend of a friend of a friend over and if you have a big collection, don't be throwing parties or anything where the glass is in sight of lots of people. If you value your glass, you won't want to be showing it off. Use it as much as you like. But showing it off gives people the idea that you're lax about your pieces and they will think that it's easier to rip off your things.
Keep you glass collection close. Having a good amount of glass comes with a lot of responsibilities. By not being smart about your stuff, you're asking for your stuff to wind up stolen. Unfortunately, even the most careful stoners fall victim to this awful kind of person. Just be as careful as you can with the things that you work hard for. Successful stoners definitely deserve nice things!


What are you Medicating on today???

Category: Tokers | Posted on Mon, February, 10th 2014 by THCFinder



New Study Finds Cannabinoids May Treat Osteoarthritis

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, February, 10th 2014 by THCFinder
cannabis-helps-treat-osteoarthritisA study published in this month’s issue of the European Journal of Neurosciencehas found that cannabinoids may be an effective treatment for osteoarthritis.
According to the study; “Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease associated with articular cartilage degradation. The major clinical outcome of osteoarthritis is a complex pain state that includes both nociceptive and neuropathic mechanisms.”
It continues; “Currently, the therapeutic approaches for osteoarthritis are limited as no drugs are available to control the disease progression and the analgesic treatment has restricted efficacy. Increasing evidence from preclinical studies supports the interest of the endocannabinoid system as an emerging therapeutic target for osteoarthritis pain. Indeed, pharmacological studies have shown the anti-nociceptive effects of cannabinoids in different rodent models of osteoarthritis, and compelling evidence suggests an active participation of the endocannabinoid system in the pathophysiology of this disease.”
“The ubiquitous distribution of cannabinoid receptors, together with the physiological role of the endocannabinoid system in the regulation of pain, inflammation and even joint function further support the therapeutic interest of cannabinoids for osteoarthritis.”
Researchers for the study conclude that; “This review summarizes the promising results that have been recently obtained in support of the therapeutic value of cannabinoids for osteoarthritis management.”



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