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Bubblegum Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, March, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

Bubblegum Nugs - Indica

The Bubble Gum originated in Indiana in the 1970s. After making the rounds in the States, the genetics were taken to Holland during the 1990s, where a stable interbred variety was developed. Named Bubble Gum from the start, this variety quickly acquired a reputation for its sweetness, so much that the name "Bubble Gum" has been widely borrowed for all sorts of seeds and weed. The winner of many accolades, Bubble Gum has placed repeatedly in the High Times Cannabis Cup: 3rd place in 1994 for best coffeeshop product, 2nd place for best bioproduct and 2nd for the overall Cannabis Cup in 1995, and 2nd place again in 1999 for the overall Cannabis Cup.


Blackwater Wax

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Wed, March, 13th 2013 by THCFinder



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Pineapple Glass Bong

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Super Lemon Haze strain review

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, March, 12th 2013 by THCFinder


Super Lemon Haze - Hybrid

The Super Lemon Haze is a superstar. This strain swept first prize in Amsterdams Cannabis Cup for two consecutive years (2008 and 2009), also taking second in the Sativa Cup in 2009. The popularity of this strain stands on the shoulders of its predecessors. The father, Super Silver Haze, was already famous, taking high accolades and multiple prizes throughout the late 1990s. However, not all children of the famous go on to earn fame in their own right. It takes the right combination, and in this case, that combination involves a Lemon Skunk mother, a selection from a Citral x Skunk cross.

Strain Name: Super Lemon Haze
From: Green Closet Delivery
Grade: B+/A-
Type: Sativa
Looks: Very fluffy and loose nugs with lots of "orange/red string."
Smell: Like someone tried to covered up their smelly funk with lemon scented deodorant. Very funky and lemony.
Taste: Definitely no funk on the taste, but all lemon. A nice "clean" lemon taste. Very tasty, but can end with some dry mouth.
Buzz Type: Very cerebral. Provided me with a clear head with rest of body in soothing tingle. There were some periods with stronger headiness with a few sporadic "tingle surges."
Buzz Length: Average to Above Average (1 hour to 1.5 hours)
* Super Lemon Haze is a seed grown Sativa strain by Green Closet. Although not the best looking buds (which makes them "mids"), the buzz factor and taste were on par of being top shelf. When considering the primary factors of "Looks, Smell, and Taste" the grower hit 2/3 marks. Also, at $40 for 4 grams (normal donation is $45/e), this is very good seed grown bud at a compassionate price. 
This strain was super tasty! A fresh mound of a scissored up Super Lemon Haze smelled quite good and very lemony, like Pledge - not as funky as compared when the nug was "whole."
Smoke on the exhale lingered and had a very similar funky, lemony profile as if I put the nug up to my nose. I definitely had to be careful for those rare moments when I took a bong hit in my kitchen (such as when filming the video for this) because the smell would linger quite long which was putting me at risk of being in "trouble" with my family.
A SOLID mid-shelf grow at a great price and I just respect that fact that where clones are the trend due to their ease, Green Closet is really taking the time to master their growing skills with a focus on seeds. If price is an issue, this grow of Super Lemon Haze will provide the most buzz for the buck.
Vape Notes:
Super Lemon Haze is choice strain for the Vape. You can smell the lemon tree BEFORE sealing the top as you fill it with your "grindings." Taste is like a sweet glass of lemonade. Taste great, but "buzz" was less "filling" when using the Vape.
Grower Notes:
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Will Local Bans On Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Hold Up Legally?

Category: News | Posted on Tue, March, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
BOSTON — Medical marijuana dispensaries haven’t opened yet in Massachusetts — and some communities in the state hope to keep it that way.
Even before Massachusetts voters passed Question 3, which legalized medical marijuana, some cities and towns began researching how they could prevent medical marijuana dispensaries from opening within their borders. Now, some of those communities have passed zoning bylaws banning dispensaries, and they’re waiting to hear whether the state attorney general’s office will approve them.
Melrose, Reading and Wakefield, which comprise a regional health district, have passed identical dispensary bans, and Attorney General Martha Coakley must issue her opinion on Wakefield’s bylaw by March 21. WBUR’s All Things Considered host Sacha Pfeiffer spoke with the health director for those communities, Ruth Clay, about why they oppose dispensaries.
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