Lemon Drop Wax
Category: Concentrates | Posted on Sat, November, 17th 2012 by THCFinder
Cannabis Vodka (Green Dragon)
Category: Recipes | Posted on Fri, November, 16th 2012 by THCFinder
For the tokers out there who love to drink and smoke, we bring you the best of both worlds.
1/4 oz. - 1/2oz of stockpiled cannabis shake, stems, etc.. The better the cannabis the better the quality will turn out at the end.
Vodka - The higher the proof the better! "Everclear is the highest recommended type of alcohol to use"
Take all the cannabis that you prepared and put it into the vodka bottle, make sure you have room before putting all your cannabis inside. Close up the bottle and put it into a dark area like a cabinet that won't be opened much. Let it sit for 1 - 3 weeks and occasionally shake the bottle up a bit, once a day is what I normally do. Once you have let it set for 1 - 3 weeks you need to drain it, using coffee filters can help make the process easier. After you are done filtering enjoy your medicated Vodka and drink up.
Mexico Marijuana Legalization Bill Introduced By Lawmaker
Category: Legalization | Posted on Fri, November, 16th 2012 by THCFinder
MEXICO CITY, Nov 15 (Reuters) - A leftist Mexican lawmaker on Thursday presented a bill to legalize the production, sale and use of marijuana, adding to a growing chorus of Latin American politicians who are rejecting the prohibitionist policies of the United States.
The bill is unlikely to win much support in Congress since a strong majority of Mexicans are firmly against legalizing drugs, but may spur a broader debate in Mexico after two U.S. states voted to allow recreational use of marijuana last week. U.S. officials have said it remains illegal and that they are reviewing the state actions.
The split between local and federal governments in the United States is feeding a growing challenge in Latin America to the four-decade-old policies that Washington promoted, and often bankrolled, to disrupt illegal drug cultivation and smuggling.
"The prohibitionist paradigm is a complete failure," said Fernando Belaunzaran, the author of the bill from the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), who presented the proposal in Mexico's lower house of Congress.
"All this has done is spur more violence, the business continues. The country that has paid the highest costs is Mexico," he said in a telephone interview.
A conflict between drug gangs and security forces has killed more than 60,000 people during the six-year rule of outgoing President Felipe Calderon, who has repeatedly demanded the United States to do more to curb demand for illegal drugs.
Frustration with U.S. policy deepened after voters in Washington state and Colorado approved the recreational use of marijuana.
Still, there is little popular support for marijuana legalization in Mexico. Recent polls show two-thirds or more of Mexicans are opposed to making it legal. Several other bills to legalize the drug have been rejected in recent years.
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