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Black Berry Kush - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, March, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Black Berry Kush - Indica

Blackberry Kush is a mostly Indica Kush with a strong blackberry smell and pink and red hairs. It truly lives up to its name, with a remarkably strong blackberry / piney / hashy smell. As a potent Indica, Blackberry Kush is couchlock weed, and so it is not recommended for high-activity moments.


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The Entourage Effect Of Marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, March, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
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When Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a practicing neurosurgeon and the head medical correspondent for CNN released a documentary in which he completely about-faced his opinion on marijuana, stoners were shocked. Potheads and patients everywhere threw up their joints/bongs/whatever in celebration that such a prominent person in the media spotlight was not only speaking for marijuana but had recently spoken AGAINST the plant, showing others that people can change their opinions rather then believing nonsense for their whole lives. Now, Dr. Gupta has released a second installment in his marijuana series, an episode which includes an interesting take on what marijuana does to our brains.
 
The new documentary includes the journey of a scientist named Raphael Mechoulam. This man is responsible for determining the structure of CBD, the ingredient in cannabis that heals and helps to improve human life, even more so then THC. His discovery of CBD happened in 1963 and a year later, Mechoulam became the first person to isolate delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol. His team of scientists continued to isolate the compounds found in cannabis, furthering their knowledge of the previously mysterious plant. They discovered the first known endogenous cannabinoid, or the cannabinoids that our bodies produce on their own and named it "anandamide", which translates from Sanskrit to English as something like "supreme bliss", showing Mechoulam's feelings towards the plant.
 
At the age of 83, Mechoulam describes his "entourage effect" in the new CNN special. According to this incredibly smart man, the effect is exactly as follows;
        " There are more than 480 natural components found within the cannabis plant, of which 66 have been classified as "cannabinoids." Those are chemicals unique to the plant, including delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiols. There are, however, many more, including:
-- Cannabigerols (CBG);
-- Cannabichromenes (CBC);
-- other Cannabidiols (CBD);
-- other Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC);
-- Cannabinol (CBN) and cannabinodiol (CBDL);
-- other cannabinoids (such as cannabicyclol (CBL), cannabielsoin (CBE), cannabitriol (CBT) and other miscellaneous types).
Other constituents of the cannabis plant are: nitrogenous compounds (27 known), amino acids (18), proteins (3), glycoproteins (6), enzymes (2), sugars and related compounds (34), hydrocarbons (50), simple alcohols (7), aldehydes (13), ketones (13), simple acids (21), fatty acids (22), simple esters (12), lactones (1), steroids (11), terpenes (120), non-cannabinoid phenols (25), flavonoids (21), vitamins (1), pigments (2), and other elements (9)."
 
Yes, I know you're probably stoned so in pothead terms, this basically means that the many different kinds of substances contained in the cannabis plant work together in order to give us the desired effect. The compounds work together to calm, relax, and enlighten humans, where as if they were alone, the same effect wouldn't be achieved. Think of it like this; by eating real fruits and veggies that are grown on a farm and harvested provides your body with a lot of really great vitamins that you need to function. You can get the same vitamins from taking a pill, but you get added benefits from eating the real fruit, as there are extra minerals and vitamins in skins and seeds. Many drugs seem to be made with single compounds, which as we study further, will be shown to be more then ineffective when fighting illness and disease. The multiple compounds of cannabis offer a far greater effect, as the multiple compounds have many added benefits.

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Black Yoda OG Wax

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Wed, March, 12th 2014 by THCFinder

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Five Things You May Not Want To Do While Stoned

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, March, 12th 2014 by THCFinder
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As a stoner, you have to recognize that there are some situations where it's definitely not a good idea to be high in. Even some seasoned stoners get flustered easily if they're baked and put in to an uncomfortable situation. Weed may calm nerves and chill you out but there are days where it's a good plan to avoid smoking just for a bit in order to get some important stuff done. Let's face it, taking a break from smoking can also be good for you and it reminds you of how much you love marijuana.
 
- Say that you have a new significant other. Things are going really well until they want you to meet their parents... Right? Even if you're a clean cut person, meeting parents of someone you like can be tough. In a situation like this, you need to be on your best behavior. Definitely not a good idea to be showing up super baked or smelling like skunk!
 
- If you smoke weed, you should have a job. That's all there is to it. You need to be at least making some kind of money somehow. Job interviews can be awful and extremely nerve wracking but be careful if you choose to smoke beforehand! The weed can slow your reaction time and dull your focus, possibly making you seem unenthusiastic. Unless you're a seasoned stoner, stay away from the bong on interview day.
 
- Every so often, one seems to find themselves in a situation where they're forced to public speak. This may be in a class in college or in some sort of group. Since public speaking is one of the top fears among US citizens, sometimes the effects of marijuana can make a situation like this way worse. Although this all depends on the user, just be sure that you have your notecards in order!
 
- When people get tattoos, a lot of the time, they automatically assume that smoking weed before they go under the needle will dull their pain. Unfortunately for some stoners, smoking weed before getting tattooed can actually cause more pain then normal! It doesn't happen with everyone but be careful when getting tattooed while high! You don't want to go through more pain then you have to.
 
- Stoners like to be high in public because being stoned makes people a little more bearable. Even though taking bong hits before leaving the house is normal for most smokers, it's not a good idea to go to crowded places when overly stoned. This means stay away from Walmart on a Saturday afternoon and don't go to Market Basket on the first of the month (I believe that's when my state distributes EBT Food Stamps and the grocery stores are packed!!).
 
Being stoned is a positive thing! But part of being a responsible stoner is knowing when you should be high and when you shouldn't be! Of course you can probably do most of these things while high! I've done all of them while stoned at least once. This is merely a guideline, some suggestions on how to be a successful and awesome stoner!

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Who's your favorite Celebrity who smokes weed and supports it?

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, March, 12th 2014 by THCFinder

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Missouri Marijuana Legalization Bill Gets Hearing In House Of Reps

Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, March, 12th 2014 by THCFinder
miss-legalizing-mjOn March 10, the House Committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety held a hearing on H.B. 1659, which would legalize, tax, and regulate cannabis in a manner similar to alcohol.
 
The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Chris Kelly (D – Columbia), introduced the bill and explained how he came to support legalization during his time as a judge. He explained that when handled all the domestic violence cases in Boone County, he would often find that officers were not available to respond to those calls because they were dealing cannabis offenses. He said that in all his time as a judge, he handed down thousands of sentences for cannabis offenses but doubted that he deterred a single person from smoking a single joint.
 
Show-Me Cannabis Regulation Board Chair Dan Viets was up next, and he pointed out the hundreds of millions of dollars in law enforcement savings and new tax revenue that the state could realize if it passed this legislation and pointed out that use rates have not increased in states that have decreased penalties on cannabis possession.
 
Then, Brandy Johnson and Heidi Rayl grabbed everyone’s attention with their emotional testimony on the need for medical cannabis. Brandy and Heidi are both mothers of boys — Tres and Zayden, respectively — who suffer from extreme forms of epilepsy and experience dozens or even hundreds of seizures every day. Tres and Zayden are both prescribed to numerous, powerful pharmaceuticals to control their seizures, but a high-CBD strain of medical cannabis could likely treat those seizures far more effectively and with far fewer side effects. Unfortunately, it is illegal in Missouri.
 
Many other witnesses testified in favor of different aspects of the bill. Police chief Larry Kirk spoke on how prohibition wastes law enforcement resources; Dr. Gil Mobley explained to the committee that the science showing cannabis is medically efficacious is sound and that it is less dangerous than alcohol; Show-Me Cannabis Regulation board member Amber Langston told the committee about the benefits of industrial hemp; Daryl Bertrand described how medical cannabis saved his life, until a SWAT raid left him and his wife felons; Bonnie Green discussed the need for expungement and the disproportionate impact of arrests and incarceration on the African American community, which police sergeant Gary Wiegert reiterated; and Ken Wells concluded by discussing how he uses cannabis to help treat his seizures.
 
All told, there were ten witnesses in favor of the bill and five opposed, three of whom came from law enforcement. Despite the overwhelming show of support for the bill, many members of the committee indicated that they opposed full legalization.
 
However, even many conservative representatives endorsed the idea of medical cannabis in some form — an idea that the legislature would not even grant a hearing last year. I think the ground shifted on cannabis policy in the Missouri state legislature last night, and medical marijuana became the new middle ground.
 

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