Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, April, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And what better way to start your day then with a stack of waffles? What could possible be better than waffles, you ask? Medicated waffles. This easy recipe will give you a hearty breakfast and a good dose of marijuana to start your morning off right. You could also add medicated apple butter to these waffles as well, making them possibly the best breakfast a person could possibly make for themselves!
What You'll Need;
3 tablespoons sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 cups buttermilk
1 cup wheat flour
2 ounces cannabis butter or oil (melted)
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 large eggs
1 teaspoon baking powder
Take a large bowl and mix together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, wheat flour, sugar, and salt. In a different bowl, beat together the eggs, buttermilk, and the cannabis butter. Mix the wet and dry ingredients together until the mixture is free of lumps. Set this substance aside for 5-10 minutes while you preheat your waffle iron. Scoop the recommended amount of waffle batter on to the iron according to the iron's directions. Proceed to carefully close the waffle iron top and cook the batter until it gets a golden brown color. Toss the waffles on a plate with some of your favorite toppings, medicated or not, and enjoy your homemade, awesome breakfast!
Hemp Bill Approved By Missouri House Committee And CBD Bill Passes House
Category: News | Posted on Tue, April, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
Just a few hours after I sent out last week’s newsletter this past Tuesday, the Missouri House Economic Development Committee approved H.B. 2054, a bill that would allow for the production of industrial hemp in Missouri. Like the committee vote on the Senate medical cannabis bill earlier that same day, the tally was both bipartisan and lopsided, with 16 votes in favor and only one against.
That’s even more remarkable when you keep in mind that, like all committees in our legislature, Republicans hold a solid majority of the seats on the committee. We have worked hard to appeal to both sides of the aisle on this issue, and we are transcending the typical partisan divide that exists on cannabis law reform!
The bill now advances with a Do-Pass Recommendation to the House Rules Committee and, if it is approved there, to the House floor for consideration by the full chamber. Again, with only three work weeks left in the session our primary obstacle is time. Nonetheless, support for allowing Missouri farmers to tap into the $500 million industrial hemp market has clearly reached a tipping point in the Missouri legislature.
The cannabis reform bill that seems most likely to pass is H.B. 2238, which allows for the production of CBD oil derived from cannabis and its distribution to patients with “intractable epilepsy.” That bill passed the full House of Representatives this past Thursday, April 24, by a vote of 139 to 13 and will now head to the Senate.
Although it only applies to a relatively small number of patients, this bill will have a major positive impact on numerous lives. For many, it will mean the difference between moving away from their home in Missouri and living as a refugee in a medical cannabis state. For some, it may even make the difference between life and death.
The vote also puts all those who voted “Aye” on the record endorsing the idea that cannabis has at least one medical use. The taboo has been broken for them. With proper education, each one of them can likely be persuaded to support broader medical cannabis proposals.
How To Make Cannabis Glycerin In One Day
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, April, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
When making concentrates like tinctures, most people tend to use alcohol. Unfortunately, that can produce severe burning effects and can cause sickness in those with sensitive stomachs. Thankfully, there's an alternative for alcohol that tastes much better and can be made start to finish in one day. The recipe is incredibly simple and can be made in your kitchen with just a few simple supplies.
What You'll Need;
Large mason jar
16oz of food grade vegetable glycerin
1oz of dried sugar leaf (or 3/4oz dry buds)
1 sheet of cheesecloth
Grind up the weed that you're using, whether it be sugar leaf or buds. For this step, it's a good idea to use a blender, as breaking up the marijuana really allows the glycerine to soak in to it. The cannabis shouldn't be like sand so much, but just very small pieces. Take the ground cannabis and put it in the mason jar. Then, pour in the entire 16oz of glycerin. Close the jar and be sure to seal it tightly before shaking it until it is as well mixed as possible.
The next step is to set up a double boiler, which is where you fill the sauce pan half way with water and set the pot on a burner, set to low. Do not boil the water. It should just be hot enough for the THC and CBD in the cannabis to become active. The key is to simmer, not boil. Let this process go on for about 8 hours so be sure to make this substance on a day where you don't have anything to do. The recommended time is 12 hours but it just has to be at least 8. Every half hour or so, you should take the jar and shake it vigorously. Use oven mitts, please! Once you've allowed at least 8 hours to pass, take the tincture off of the burned and remove the lid. You can set aside the flat part of the lid but hang on to the part that actually screws on top of the jar.
Take the sheet of cheesecloth and fold it two or three times over, then place it on top of the mouth of the jar, screwing the circular part of the lid back on. Flip the jar upside down over a clean bowl and allow it to drain until there is nothing left in the jar. This takes a while so be patient. Be sure to wear gloves when coming in to contact with the substance, as glycerin is a conductor and gets EXTREMELY hot when it's heated up. When the mixture has filtered fully, take the cheesecloth and squeeze it, making sure to get all of the remaining glycerin out of the cloth and remaining plant matter. Store the substance in an airtight, unclear (brown or blue) container and be sure to keep it out of the sunlight. You can add the glycerin to normal soda to make it medicated or put it in to food, candies, or eat it straight! Glycerin can also be rubbed on skin for muscle pain, although it can be really sticky! Enjoy!
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