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Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, October, 7th 2013 by THCFinder



Where Do You Stash Your Weed?

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, October, 7th 2013 by THCFinder
secret-weed-stash-spotsStash spots are a key essential in the life of a stoner. If you still live at home and hide it from parents, you're bound to have some crafty way if you're hiding your bud. Even if you have your own place, not all people like to leave their dank just sitting around. There are tons of different places that make great stash spots, not to mention some really cool stuff that you can make at home.
- The simple stash box is a favorite. Possibly a shoe box or a cigar box, these little hideaways tend to be under beds or stuffed in dresser drawers. Basically, anywhere you can fit it. These boxes are nice because they vary in size. Some people have crazy collections of papers/Hempwick/lighters and the traditional stash box is the perfect place.
- I know that these are available for purchase but I prefer to make a lot of my own stuff. Especially this little secret because it involves recycling! You can make an empty soca can in to a dope little stash spot by getting some a can, cement, some pipe, and a cutting tool. Possibly rubber washers to seal the top of the can when you put it all together. These are super convenient for car travel and no one will know that's where you keep your weed unless you tell them.
- Pull up a floorboard. Classic stash. Just make sure that the little cubby under the floor is clean or that your weed is in a box. This can go the other way too, sometimes, because some apartments have those odd square ceilings that appear a lot in schools. Since the ceiling is made of a bunch of different pieces, it's easy to push the panels up and hide your weed in the ceiling. Beware of slanted ceilings and jars that roll, though! You don't want to lose your weed to your house.
- Cut out the middle of a book. No one will think that you're hiding a bowl and nugs inside your encyclopedia. You can use any book you want too and you'll be the only one who knows. Don't leave the book laying around! A family member or nosey roommate may get curious about what you're reading.
- An old flashlight can serve as a handy on-the-go stash spot. Remove the batteries and bam! A small little spot that's big enough for a one hitter and maybe a gram. There are a lot of people who carry flashlights in their car. Stashing your stash in one is sure to deter suspicion.
- Stacks of DVDs or CDs that are glued together and cut in the middle make very sneaky little spots to store something. Just remove the middles and glue around the edges. It's sure to fool anyone who's digging through your stuff.


Ferrari OG - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, October, 7th 2013 by THCFinder


Strain Review; White Widow

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, October, 7th 2013 by THCFinder
A good White Widow strain is pretty rare, at least where I am. I've only ever seen it once. It's a pretty well talked about strain and looks like it's been dipped in sugar. Widow is covered in crystals and is sure to get you super stoned. It is potent and high quality, sure to give you a social kind of high that will help get you through any day at work or through classes. Whatever you're doing, White Widow will definitely impress.
White Widow is great for stress and also pain. As with a lot of strains, it's euphoric and uplifting high. Having a bad day? Smoking this will help you to definitely feel better. It looks good, it smokes smooth, and it will get you baked. If you ever see this strain, give this hybrid a shot.
The negative effects of this strain aren't too bad and don't differ that much from other strains. Mostly just some cotton mouth which can easily be cured with some iced tea or soda. By not trying Widow, you're really missing out on one of the most well known strains around today. They even mention it numerous times in the show Weeds, which as everyone knows, I'm definitely a fan of. :)
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Pink Panther OG

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sun, October, 6th 2013 by THCFinder


Blue Dream Strain

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sun, October, 6th 2013 by THCFinder
There are so many different strains of marijuana that are grown today. People create new strains every single day. However, there are always those that stand out among others because they're just that great. When these strains come around, you do what you can to get your hands on it! Blue Dream is one of those strains for me. And for many people that I know. It has such a nice high that comes with it that you just can't deny it's greatness. 
The Blue Dream strain is a hybrid, bred from the Blueberry and Haze strains. It's a sativa dominant strain that has held on to the medical scene for it's benefits for patients. When it comes to weed, think of Blue Dream as the Belvedere. It's top shelf and people really love it. 
With a long lasting high that literally goes from your head to your toes, Blue Dream combines a body high with a head high. It's great for depression, anxiety, and stress. The feeling lasts long but won't knock you out on your couch for days. It allows you to fully function and ignore the worry that anxious people are always dealing with. It's a great wake and bake strain or something that you smoke when you have some work to do but want to be stoned while you do it. 
If I had to rate this strain on a scale of 1-10, I would rate it at a 9. This is one of my personal favorites. I wish that it was still as common around here as it used to be. If you haven't tried this strain and have access to it, I HIGHly suggest that you try it! :)
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