Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, February, 7th 2014 by THCFinder
J1 is a cross between Jack Herer and Skunk #1. A great strain for relaxing and stress relief, it embodies the best qualities of its parent strains. Very peaceful effects.
Shows That Mention Cannabis; Part I
Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, February, 7th 2014 by THCFinder
Stoners and cartoons go hand in hand! As cannabis becomes a more accepted part of society, popular culture shows are beginning to reference the plant more and more. So not only are our favorite shows funny, they're now talking about a stoner's favorite thing; weed. Here are five episodes of popular cartoons that have referenced the good old marijuana.
1. "Bendin' In The Wind" Futurama
In this episode, Fry and Bender stumble upon an old VW bus, which as we all know is the classic stoner vehicle. When the crew of Planet Express is inpecting the van, the professor asks "Where's the device that slows down or speeds up the passage of time?" and Fry replies "Under the seat", pulling out a bong. The crew later follows Bender and singer Beck around on tour in the VW bus, even dressing in tie dye clothing.
2. "Our Gang" The Cleveland Show
In this Family Guy spin off, the end of the episode shows Cleveland, Cleveland Brown Jr, and Rollo are in the car driving. Cleveland is giving the two boys a lecture on drugs that are acceptable to use. His exact quote; "I hope you kids learned something today about drugs, which are bad except the ones that aren't, like ibuprofen. Marijuana is also okay if it's legally prescribed by a doctor in any of the thirteen states where such laws apply; Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington. Time for a road trip! Hehe don't you judge me. Half of you are high right now!" A seriously epic speech for a cartoon character... And yes, we're all pretty stoned when we're watching this.
3. "Joint Custody" American Dad!
This whole episode is based on weed, since Haylee's boyfriend Jeff is found out to be a wanted pot smuggler in the state of Florida. In order to get Jeff out of his life, Stan tricks him in to taking a trip with him. Stan plans on taking the boy back to Florida. But when Stan and Roger are sitting in a garage and unknowingly light up some pot, Stan ends up getting stuck in the snack aisle and Roger refuses to let go of a bag of cat food because he's so high, he thinks he'll float away.
4. "Episode 420" Family Guy
After killing Quagmire's pet cat, Peter and Brian are trying to hide the body. Peter is covered in blood and they get pulled over. After listing off everything that's wrong with the scene (open alcohol containers, Peter's bloody appearance, and the corpse in the back seat), the cops spot a small amount of pot on Brian and immediately pull their guns, yelling "POT! SMALL AMOUNT OF POT!" They then arrest Brian. When the family arrives to bail out their dog, the show goes on to reference the anti-marijuana commercials involving the crudely drawn boy and his dog on yellow paper, which is an extremely comical commercial to stoners.
5. "A Midsummer's Nice Dream" The Simpsons
This episode is packed full of weed and even includes the two pot smoking legends Cheech and Chong. When Homer finds out that his kids don't know who the two famous tokers are, he claims that he has failed as a parent and brings the family to see Cheech and Chong live at the local Clamphitheater (hahaha). So many pot jokes are thrown around, you won't have a chance to stop giggling.
Uruguay President Nominated For Nobel Prize For Legalizing Marijuana
Category: News | Posted on Fri, February, 7th 2014 by THCFinder
Uruguay President José Mujica has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, with supporters of his nomination citing his work on legalizing cannabis as the primary factor.
Earlier this year the Uruguay President gained international fame when his nation became the first country in the world to legalize recreational cannabis, a move that Mujica not only supported, but introduced himself.
The move, which has already been officially approved into law (signed by Mujica in December), and simply awaits full implementation, legalizes cannabis possession and cultivation for anyone 18 and older, and authorizes government-run cannabis clubs to distribute cannabis (pharmacies will be allowed to distribute cannabis to patients).
Mujica’s candidacy was submitted by the left-wing political party Frente Amplio, and an unnamed German non-government organization, with added support from a Dutch organization called the Drugs Peace Institute.
“I’m very thankful to these people for honoring me,” Mujica said in a response to his nomination. “We are only proposing the right to try another path because the path of repression doesn’t work.”
Read more: http://www.theweedblog.com
Children At Risk Due To Medibles?
Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, February, 7th 2014 by THCFinder
If you've seen some of the edibles packing, you'll understand why a child might confuse a medicated brownie with a normal one. They don't understand the writing so that won't stop them from trying to eat it. There are parents, doctors, and school workers that are upset about the fact that medicated treats seem to be getting in to the hands of children more often then not in the state of Colorado.
It was reported from Children's Hospital Colorado that there were 14 children that were seen in the emergency department between October 2009 through December 2011. Before the year 2009, there were no reports of children ingesting marijuana. The kids that did eat marijuana infused food were said to be sleepy and slightly disoriented and one was reported to have trouble breathing. Since eating cannabis has such a different effect then smoking it and children are so much smaller, it's difficult for their small bodies to handle the high doses of THC that some medicated treats contain.
There was one young girl named Evelyn Hernandez, age 2, who was playing on the lawn of her family's apartment building and stumbled upon a cookie in the grass. She managed to get in a few bites before her mother took the cookie away. A few hours later, the little girl was drowsy and having trouble walking by herself. The parents took her to the hospital and she tested positive for THC. The young girl is fine now and seems to have suffered no ill effects from eating the medicated cookie.
If you do purchase medicated treats, it is very important to keep them out of reach of children. Colorado is trying to push through new packaging that will make the treats very difficult for a child to get to but sometimes, the treats are dropped or left unattended and unwrapped where a child could get a hold of them. It's important to keep all kinds of medication away from children, unless they're using it under doctor supervision.
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