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Vicious OG - Indica Cannabis

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cannabis Refugees Increase

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
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For those patients who are suffering from epilepsy that aren't in legal states, getting their hands on the seizure stopping plant can be extremely difficult, not to mention illegal. Most citizens don't want to illegally obtain the substance, especially those who are using the CBD to treat epilepsy. This particular disorder calls for concentrated cannabis oil, which considerably decreases seizures and allows the brain to develop and form in a healthier way. There are more and more parents that are beginning to jump on the cannabis wagon for the treatment of their children's epilepsy, since the drugs administered by doctors can be numerous with extreme side effects.
 
Beth Collins is one of these parents, caring for her 14 year old daughter Jennifer. Jennifer was suffering from 300+ seizures a day. It was so bad that there where days that Beth literally could do nothing but pray for her daughter's condition to improve. "There were days where I just laid in bed with her and prayed," Beth said, "and watched her because I wasn't sure what would happen." Any parent witnessing their child go through such absolute pain and suffering would be apt to give medical cannabis a try, especially if it would help their child to live a normal life.
 
Jennifer and her mother are originally from Fairfax, Virginia. Unfortunately, the laws there don't allow for the life improving cannabis oil that Jennifer is using to combat her epilepsy. In order to get her medicine, Beth moved herself and her daughter from their home in Fairfax to a small two bedroom apartment in Colorado Springs. And they're not the only ones. Another mother-daughter pair moved to Colorado with Jennifer and Beth, in order to obtain this medicine, after trying so many doctor prescribed pharmaceuticals. Dara Lightle has had to watch her 9 year old daughter go through seizures, plus the added stress of extreme anger episodes, where the young girl would kick and scream at her mother, who was simply trying to help.
 
The best part? "I feel better," Jennifer says, "I can focus more and I'm doing better on tests in school. My memory's improved a lot." Not only that but Lightle and her daughter stated that they are "happy to be here (Colorado)." Even though the move can be tough, these parents are set on getting the best medicine for their children. Patients all over can only hope that the cannabis laws continue to reform, allowing the medicine in all states, instead of making people move 1700+ miles for a medicine that works.

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OG Kush

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, April, 14th 2014 by THCFinder

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OG Kush - Hybrid

Known as The "Original Gangster" or "Ocean Grown" OG Kush comes from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles and is considered to be the strain that put Southern California buds on par with the flowers coming from up North. Developed over three generations and years of stabilizing as well as developing the perfect fertilizer / food for this particular strain, resulted in a phenomenal kush, said to be the strongest indica today. OG Kush, when properly grown, has the highest THC content of all kushes.


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Marijuana Bud & Breakfast

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, April, 14th 2014 by THCFinder
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Legal marijuana was bound to bring in new ideas. Especially as the industry evolves, new and awesome ideas are undoubtedly going to pop up. With the introduction of the cannabis vending machines that are being installed in the state of Colorado, there is a new bed and breakfast idea that is also sure to take off as more people begin to find out about it.
 
The MaryJane Group Inc purchased a one-year lease with the owners of Adagio Bed and Breakfast. This new venture is the pilot project of a business like this and is thought to be the pioneer in the cannabis lodging industry. When someone checks in to the lodge, they will receive the package plan that will include unlimited food, drink, and of course, marijuana. The lodge will also have an onsite chef that will prepare gourmet foods for the guests that are cooking to order, as well as luxury transportation around the city of Denver.
 
The lodge and company will also help out growers that are in debt with financing as well as helping other marijuana related businesses. This is great and will hopefully shed positive light on the cannabis community, as small businesses helping other small businesses. In addition, the company states on their website that they offer cannabis related tours as well as a partnering with a marijuana friendly radio station.
 
There are other food establishments that have been working on incorporating food and weed in to one place. There is Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar, which is located in both Denver and Boulder. They introduced the pairing of sushi and weed earlier this year. Although the bed & breakfast has no set open date, Joel C. Schneider, President of the company that is starting this venture, says that if successful, more of these marijuana friendly lodgings will be opened. It will be a great spot for cannabis tourism, especially those who are unfamiliar with the cannabis industry. It will hopefully be an extremely positive spotlight in the community!

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Are you ready for 420?

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, April, 14th 2014 by THCFinder

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D.C. Bill Lets Doctors Decide Medical Marijuana Patient Needs

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, April, 14th 2014 by THCFinder
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On Tuesday, Yvette Alexander, District of Columbia Council member for Ward 7, introduced the Medical Marijuana Expansion Amendment Act of 2014. The bill would amend the previous qualifying conditions list restricting D.C. patients’ access to medical marijuana. Currently, a doctor can only recommend medical marijuana for four conditions (HIV/AIDS, glaucoma, cancer, and multiple sclerosis).
 
Marijuana has been found to help treat a wide variety of conditions beyond those that qualify a patient for the D.C. program.  Alexander’s bill would strike out the qualifying conditions list altogether and permit the physician to make the decision as to whether or not medical marijuana would benefit a patient. This way, doctors wouldn’t have to be constrained by politics or wait for government officials to pass laws every time new benefits are discovered.
 
According to an NBC Washington report, all 13 Council members are in favor of this amendment. Even the Health Department Director, Joxel Gracia, testified that recommending medical marijuana should be up to doctors instead of government officials.
 
D.C.’s prohibitive medical marijuana laws have been largely ineffective, only protecting about 250 patients of the estimated 40,000 eligible patients living in the District since the current law went into effect in 2013. However, the bill would amend neither the rules governing the heavily regulated process by which a patient acquires a medical marijuana card, nor the rules controlling cultivation and distribution
 
Hearings on the new medical marijuana bill are likely to begin in early May of this year, with a vote following soon after.
 

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