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Purple Punch Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, April, 2nd 2014 by THCFinder

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The Happiest Cities In The World

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, April, 2nd 2014 by THCFinder
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Where you live can greatly effect how you feel about life. Living somewhere that bums you out will only fester negative energy, turning you in to a bitter person. So what better way to fix that issue then to find a happy place to live, where the people are friendly and always in a good mood. Stoners especially tend to gravitate towards these happy cities, which shows in the Gallup poll that was recently released focusing on the well being of the American citizen.
 
With over 178,000 people interviewed on everything from emotional health to how their workplace functioned to the amount of bike lanes in their town, weed friendly communities have permeated the list of the happiest places on earth, showing that not only does weed seem to improve just stoners but life overall for entire cities (Unless everyone in these places is smoking... Which is far more likely than one would think, am I right?). The poll also included things like the availability of farmer's markets and local events such as fairs. Both California and Colorado made it on to the list... Three times each!
 
Colorado cities took up the second, third, and eighteenth spot on the list of the Top 20 Happiest Cities. Boulder placed second, Fort Collins/Loveland took third, and Denver took eighteenth. California didn't even compare to the Rocky Mountain State, with San Jose/Sunnyvale/Santa Clara coming in for fifth place, San Luis Obispo/Paso Robles in eighth places, and the San Francisco/Oakland/Fremont areas making the number nine spot in the list. Washington made the list once as well but placed number twelve with Bellingham.
 
The more places allow the use of marijuana, the more I believe we will begin to see the overall mood of the citizens greatly improve. While some people still stick to the idea that marijuana is dangerous and only leads to negative things, studies being done are showing the complete opposite. Expect that the revision of this list will include more cities from other medical/legal states, especially Washington, which will allow the recreational use of cannabis this year.

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Holy Grail OG (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, April, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Holy Grail OG - Indica

The breeder of Holy Grail OG used The OG #18 (3-time cannabis cup winner) and Kosher Kush (2-time cannabis cup winner) to create a strain that definitely lives up to its name. HGK is the holy grail of indicadominant varieties. It has a deep and complex flavor of coffee, Kush, hash and lemon/lime with a similar aroma. These buds are very large, dense and have a slight bluish hue to them.


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Michigan Authorizes Cannabis For PTSD

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, April, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Post tramautic stress disorder effects far more people in the world then most people realize. These people have fought for our freedom and the emotional toll of that fight sometimes leaves them needing a powerful medication that not only alleviates their symptoms but also allows them to eat, sleep, and function normally. Although PTSD is recognized as a mental disorder that is treatable by medicine, the states in which medical marijuana has been passed vary on the allowance of PTSD sufferers using cannabis, considering that there is absolutely no doctor recommended medicine designed to treat PTSD. With about eight million Americans suffering from PTSD annually, these people absolutely deserve a medicine that will help them overcome this anxious disorder.

Michigan is taking a step towards allowing PTSD sufferers to ingest cannabis for the disorder. State regulators have agreed to authorize the plant as a recognized therapy for PTSD. Members of the Medical Marihuana Review Panel voted to expand the state's qualifying afflictions list to include post traumatic stress disorder. The inclusion of PTSD is the first time that Michigan has updated the list since the voters passed medical cannabis in 2008.

There are only six other states that recognize PTSD as an affiliation that merits the use of medical marijuana. Connecticut, Oregon, Delaware, Nevada, New Mexico, and Maine all have stated that cannabis is a recognized use in therapy treatments of those suffering from PTSD. In the last year, Nevada, Maine, and Oregon changed their laws to include post traumatic stress disorder. Other medical states haven/t progressed to this point yet, leaving patients with PTSD to deal with their problems illegally, purchasing cannabis from illegal street dealers instead of medical dispensaries.

Michigan's step towards making cannabis more widely available will hopefully lead the way for other states that are on the fence about this matter as well. PTSD can absolutely be helped with cannabis, as the relaxing, anxiety releasing effects of cannabis help sufferers to live more normal and healthy. Especially since this disorder has no medical treatment, other then a regimen of anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, and whatever else the doctors prescribe in order to attempt to "help"


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The Shark Joint

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, April, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Arizona Supreme Court: Police Must Return Marijuana To California Patient

Category: News | Posted on Tue, April, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
court-rules-against-policeIn a ruling handed down without comment, Arizona’s Supreme Court has refused to overturn prior court rulings stating that the Yuma County Sheriff must return cannabis that was seized from a California patient. Arizona’s medical cannabis law is one of the only in the country that legally recognizes patients from other states.
 
The ruling came as a response to a case where Valerie Okun, a qualified medical cannabis patient in California, had cannabis seized by a border patrol agent in Yuma County, in 2011. She was charged with cannabis possession, with the charges eventually being dropped when she provided proof of being a medical cannabis patient. However, police refused to return the seized cannabis, even after a court ruling ordered them to do so.
 
Now police will be forced to return the lady’s medicine, as the highest court in the state has made their ruling clear (it was Yuma County police that brought the issue to them on appeal).
 
This ruling will set immediate precedent throughout the state.
 

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