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Laws Changing In LA

Category: News | Posted on Fri, June, 20th 2014 by THCFinder
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Unfortunately for the marijuana community in Los Angeles, California, their easily obtainable concentrates and edibles are on thin ice. The production of concentrated cannabis products has been under tough scrutiny, following a massive outbreak of butane hash oil explosions. These explosions, due to uneducated people attempting to make butane hash oil, have been giving concentrates a bad name. Pair that with the unfortunate incident in Colorado where edibles were suspect in a young man's suicide.
 
There is still hope though, for the stoners of LA. There is a bill that is being proposed that will regular the medical marijuana business with a little more structure. As of right now, it's difficult for people to gauge things like edible strengths, as most edibles are completely different in the amount of THC that they contain. The new bill is quite a bit different then the original, which was attempting to prohibit the kinds of marijuana that could be recommended by doctors and also which doctors could actually prescribe them. Add the concentrate ban to that and people were seriously pissed. The new bill is even being backed by California Police Chiefs Association, an interesting fact since the group has never really said anything in regards to marijuana before this.
 
Thankfully, the new bill won't ban concentrates or edibles and you'll be able to still get them in the city of LA. Since there are many patients that can't smoke or need the added strength of concentrates to alleviate their pain, a ban on such products would leave some people without their meds. It's great that the new bill will still allow these people to medicate like normal. And it is definitely important to have cannabis products labeled with the correct dosage and amount of THC, in case there are novice users around who are attempting to build a tolerance. Let's also hope that the risk of BHO explosions goes does, as the negative effects from such actions could definitely lead to laws banning concentrates in the future.

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Chocolate Banana Kush

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, June, 19th 2014 by THCFinder

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Banana Kush - Indica

With genetics like Banana and the enormously legendary OG Kush, this strain is sure to be potent. With a THC content between 18% and 20%, Banana Kush not only packs a serious punch, but is arguably the best tasting California cannabis available. It is a favorite among dispensaries mostly in Southern California, but has recently expanded to be found in dispensaries throughout the state. This bud is one of those strains that tastes exactly how it smells, particularly when vaporized.


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Medicated Avocado Shake Recipe

Category: Recipes | Posted on Thu, June, 19th 2014 by THCFinder
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Medicated Avocado Shake
 
It's hot out. While most of us wish for summer during the colder times of the year, I think a lot of us forget how hot it actually gets once the chill leaves the air. Unfortunately, it's already been a scorching hot summer on the east coast but thankfully, there's this healthy, cooling recipe that includes avocados to help cool you down. This medicated shake is popular in Brazil, a place that is definitely hotter than the east coast... Or the west! So no matter where you are, you're sure to be able to chill out with this beverage!
 
What You'll Need;
3 tablespoons sugar (To taste! This amount can be changed if you don't want to add this much sugar!)
1 avocado, pitted and scooped out of peel
1 1/2 cups cannabis milk "Cannabis Milk Recipe"
1/2 cup ice
 
Put all of your ingredients together in to a blender and process them together until the texture is smooth and creamy. This recipe will give you two servings so be sure to stick two glasses in the freezer so that they're nice and cold once you get the consistency you want! When you're done with the blending, simply pour the mix in to the glasses. You can garnish them with a slice of avocado for an extra aesthetic value!
 
Cannabis is extremely beneficial to your health when ingested. In addition to the cannabis milk, you can also add hemp seeds to this recipe, which will give you an extra boost of omega acids and vitamins! Not to mention hemp seeds taste good! In addition to the cannabis working to make your body function better, avocado is incredibly good for your health, giving you a healthy dose of fiber and vitamins. The fruit also decreases a person's risk of diabetes as well as cancer. Not only will this shake cool you off, it'll keep you healthy!

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But I want to Smoke Too!

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, June, 19th 2014 by THCFinder

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Texas GOP Adds Hemp To Platform, Says No To Medical Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Thu, June, 19th 2014 by THCFinder
texas-gop-adds-hempThe 2014 Texas GOP Convention wrapped up Saturday, June 7th, after a long week of debate and testimony concerning medical marijuana. Supporters of marijuana reform, including several members of RAMP (Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition) along with other medical marijuana advocates, including parents, veterans, and medical doctors, gave testimony in favor of an amendment to the platform in support of allowing Texans access to medical cannabis.
 
It seemed like a short-lived victory when the Temporary Platform Committee passed the amendment after listening to emotional testimony from those whose loved ones could benefit or have benefited from medical cannabis. The Chairman of the committee broke the tie and the amendment passed by a 15-14 vote. In addition, a plank supporting Hemp Cultivation passed the committee and made it into the final platform.
 
The following day, the Permanent Platform Committee met and voted on the medical marijuana amendment. This was the day I arrived at the convention after driving up to Fort Worth from Houston. My second time attending the Texas GOP Convention as a delegate, I was excited to hear about what was happening in the committees and was eager to help.
 
Rewind to August 2013 when I first met Ann Lee. After being involved with NORML for the past 4 years as a corporate sponsor to the legal seminars in Aspen and Key West, I had heard of Richard Lee, the founder of Oaksterdam University, but I didn’t know the full extent of his story until hearing it from his mother. Ann Lee was visiting a group in Houston that several of my friends help organize called Liberty on the Rocks. Along with a representative from Houston NORML, originally co-founded by Richard Lee, Ann Lee spoke to us and her words resonated.
 
She told us about growing up in Louisiana during segregation (Ann Lee is in her mid-eighties, she’s even older than marijuana prohibition itself), and she spoke of how unfairly people were treated and how unfairly minorities are treated today due to the enforcement of marijuana prohibition. She told us about her 5 sons, including educator and entrepreneur Richard Lee, who was injured in a workplace accident, leaving him in a wheelchair as a paraplegic. She told us about being a Republican activist since the 1970s and how she co-founded the group “Women for Reagan” in 1983, the year I was born. She told us about her husband, Bob Lee, and how they had initially reacted when Richard told them he uses medical marijuana to help with his muscle spasticity and neuropathic pain.
 
Ann and Bob Lee founded RAMP in 2012. After much reflection, they had reached the conclusion that prohibition of marijuana is directly opposed to all of their Republican values. I was immediately intrigued upon learning about this. My interest in both party politics and marijuana policy were now being fused together by this idea. I immediately approached Ann and started asking her about RAMP. She handed me a little brochure with the Republican logo with three pot leaves instead of stars. My first thought was “OK, this organization really needs a new logo.”
 

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Tahoe OG Buds (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, June, 19th 2014 by THCFinder

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Tahoe OG - Indica

A Indica-dominant hybrid with a dark green colored bud that%u2019s semi dense. A unique lemon smelling bud with a strong body high, great for stimulating the mind.


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