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Cannabis Infused Alcohol/Canna-Bloody Mary Recipes

Category: Recipes | Posted on Fri, October, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
Cannabis Infused Alcohol/Canna-Bloody Mary Recipes
I've been a bartender for almost five years now. While I don't drink, I do appreciate a well thought of drink recipe. Not only that, but since alcohol has great extraction properties when it come to cannabis, making drinks with marijuana and alcohol together can not only be a hit at parties but can also benefit some patients. Some tinctures, while more harsh, can be made with alcohol and it has an interesting, euphoric effect on the user if made right.
A drink that I've always found quite interesting was the Bloody Mary, since they always seem to have the most incredible garnishes. There are a lot of people who love these drinks and I stumbled upon a Cannabis Chef recipe that not only tells you how to make cannabis vodka, but gives the recipe for a great looking cannabis infused Bloody Mary.
To make the vodka, you'll need;
22g of Cannabis
3fl oz of Alcohol (Must be more than 50% alcohol)
First, place your cannabis on a cookie sheet and bake it in the over at 150 degrees for about an hour. The bud should be dry and crumble in to a powder when you squeeze it. Make sure that all of the bud is a fine powder and the soak the powder in water for 12 hours.
After 12 hours, drain the excess water from the cannabis powder and put it in an airtight contained. Mason jars, as always, come in handy for situations such as this one. Pour the alcohol that you have over the cannabis in the jar and close it up. Store this jar in a cool, dark area for 10 days or more. The longer the mixture sits in the jar, the better it will turn out in the end. You also must remember to shake the jar multiple times a day to assure that you get the most THC that you can from the powdered cannabis.
After you feel that the mixture has been stored for long enough, it's time to strain it. Using a coffee filter, pour the cannabis infused vodka in to a container. Repeat this process until there are no more particle floating in the mixture. Now, you have an alcohol tincture. This can be ingested in this state or used in drink recipes, as we're going to go over next.
To make the Bloody Mary, it's quite easy. Depending on how much of a Bloody Mary lover you are, you may have your own favorite recipe that you enjoy. If this is the case, you can your own method of creating the drink, just using the cannabis vodka. If you're not sure on how to make a Bloody Mary or would just like to try the Cannabis Chef's recipe, there's this one!
What You'll Need;
1/2fl oz of Cannabis Vodka
Worcestershire Sauce
Tabasco Sauce
5fl oz Tomato Juice
1tbsp Lemon Juice
Salt & Pepper (Optional)
Lemon Twist (Optional)
Celery (Optional)
Using a shaker, mix up the tincture, sauce, and the juices. Shake it well to make sure everything mixes up the correct way. Fill a tall glass with ice and pour the mixture in. You don't have to use a glass with ice. If you do have a bar shaker available, you can chill the drink over ice in the shaker. Then pour it in to the glass. Add some salt and pepper if you'd like, as well as the lemon twist and the celery stalk. There you have it, a wonderful infusion of alcohol and marijuana. This drink is a good way to relax at the end of the day. Highly recommended for those that enjoy a beverage after work.


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Washington state approves rules for legal marijuana sales

Category: News | Posted on Fri, October, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
mj-wax-rules-for-selling-marijuanaIf you're looking for a new line of work, consider a rewarding career in pot in Washington state, where regulators officially opened the door Wednesday to selling marijuana legally.
The state Liquor Control Board adopted rules that will let 334 retail marijuana stores open across the state after almost 11 months of research and discussion since voters approved the legalization of possession of up to an ounce of pot for recreational use.
Applications to run the stores will be accepted starting Nov. 18.
The months of negotiation were needed to figure out how to balance creating a "tightly regulated and controlled" recreational marijuana market while at the same time protecting it from out-of-state imports and illegal trafficking on the so-called gray market, the board said in a statement.
Washington is the second state to issue rules for legal marijuana markets. Colorado approved similar rules last month.
Left undetailed is just how the legal market will work. The ballot initiative that Washington voters passed in November legalized private possession — but it didn't legalize public display or use.
And while the U.S. Justice Department has said it won't sue either state, it has made its opposition to legal sales abundantly clear. As with medical marijuana dispensaries, federal policy is to look the other way.
That has raised doubts — still open — that the federal government won't change banking regulations that ban banks from handling proceeds  from marijuana sales.


Super Lemon Haze

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, October, 18th 2013 by THCFinder


Five Stoner Slang Terms

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, October, 18th 2013 by THCFinder


Stoners seem to have their own language sometimes and if you’re not familiar with it, we can be a little confusing. I’ve put five of the most common stoner slang terms together, along with their definitions, for your enjoyment.

1. Beat/kicked

beat/kick stonerdays terms


Everyone knows what a bowl tastes like when there’s no more weed left in it. So what do you say when the person after you in the rotation tries to reach for the bong? “Nah it’s kicked.” This (or “beat”) refers to a bowl that’s been completely smoked. At this point, you’re just smoking ash and resin. It tastes disgusting and everybody always dreads getting the hit before the bowl kicks.


2. Duckass

duckass stonerdays stoner terms

Have you ever smoked with a newbie smoker that slobbers all over the end of the joint or bowl? That’s what is referred to as a “duckass”. Everybody has a friend that does this or has done this in the past. Don’t slobber on the joint or the bowl please. Also, refrain from putting chapstick on until after you’re done smoking. It’s super annoying to get a soggy pass during a smoke sesh!

3. Perma-fried

perma-fried stonerdays stoner terms

In my personal experience, I am this friend. I look and act high even when I haven’t been smoking. I’m sure that most of you have a friend that does this as well, kind of like a Spicoli situation. This is what is referred to as perma-fried. The friend doesn’t even need to smoke weed at this point because they must have backup reserves of THC somewhere. Lucky us!

4. Robobaked


Ever get so high that you could only do basic actions? Like maybe you could only move enough to reach for the bag of chips or your bottle of Mountain Dew? That’s called robobaked. You have officially smoked yourself to the point where your brain is on a totally different level and you can only do enough to keep yourself comfortable until the robot feeling wears off.

5. 8:40


Everyone ends up missing 4:20 at some point so what do you do for your next universal smoking time? Easy! Smoke at 8:40 instead! This is the time to smoke at if you’ve unfortunately missed 4:20… Or I mean, 4:21 is acceptable as well. ;)

There you go! If you want, feel free to email your own stoner slang word and definition to me at and if I get enough responses, I’ll make a second stoner slang! Now light up and get blazed!

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