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Marijuana Grows Destroying Ancient Artifacts?

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, October, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
mj-grows-ancient-artifactsAn article released on the Time-Standard News website stated that a marijuana grow had been found to be on top of a historical site that contained important artifacts. While this is extremely unfortunate, it is a situation that could have been avoided had the growers been able to cultivate their plant in a safer, more researched environment. Since the plant is illegal, these growers have no choice other than to search for isolated sites where they think they won't be disturbed. While the areas at these sites aren't always studies before planting, there is always a risk that a grow site will harm artifacts buried beneath it.
 
Marijuana needs to be grown in warmer climates and most of the time, the sites have to be far enough away from civilization that no stumbling hikers will find it. The grow sites are also huge plots of land and depending on location, can stretch for miles. It is totally possible that a grow site may end up on top of parts of an archeological dig but if the person was allowed to grow plants in their home or a greenhouse next door, the ground would have never been disturbed.
 
By allowing a grower the option to grow inside their home or within a few feet of their house, this situation could be easily avoided. Cities could have permits for grows and inspectors could come in, make sure that the ground is acceptable for a grow, and then the farmers could plant their marijuana. Not only is that a good thing for the growers, so that they can tend to their plants right at home, but the city would make money off of that plan by issuing the permits and having the inspectors. It's a win/win situation, providing there are no ridiculous rules to get the permit. It should be a simple inspection. Is the ground safe for planting? Is it near any underground powerlines or water pipes? Can it be shielded from the road? And obviously, is the grow on top of any artifacts that may contain a historical value?
 
Regulating the grows in a fair way would eliminate this problem. It is very unfortunate that this particular grow site happened to end up on top of a location that it definitely should not have been in. Growing marijuana is a tedious task. These people are trying to make a living while at the same time, provide medicine to people that are sick.

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Is that why they always wanted pizza?

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, October, 14th 2013 by THCFinder

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U.K. Proposal Announced To Legalize Marijuana

Category: Legalization | Posted on Mon, October, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
uk-proposal-to-legalize-marijuanaA group of ministers in the Liberal Democrat party are introducing a proposal to drastically alter the U.K.’s drug policies by legalizing cannabis, in addition to other “club drugs” such as ecstasy, according to the Sunday Times. The move is planned as a means to fix the U.K.’s failing war on drugs, which has resulted in an increase in crime, and a heavy financial burden on taxpayers.
 
A review ordered by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, which is due to be published before Christmas, is expected to suggest that the U.K. should legalize cannabis in a way similar to Washington and Colorado in the United State.
 
The proposal is also expected to call for the introduction of heroin clinics where addicts can receive the drug through prescription in an attempt to reduce crime by dissuading individuals from purchasing from the black-market.
 
The proposal is expected to be released in December.
 

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Scarface - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, October, 14th 2013 by THCFinder

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How To Make Weed Tea The Right Way

Category: Recipes | Posted on Mon, October, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
how-to-make-weed-teaAs winter is fast approaching, those of us that are in places that get snow are buckling down for what is expected to be a rough winter. While the majority of Californians won't really notice a difference, there are people that will need to keep warm this winter. And what better way to stay cozy than with a nice cup of some medicated tea?
 
To make medicate tea, you'll need tea, a cup, butter, and some weed. Please note that there is no specific amount of weed that you'll need, it all depends on the person. Please don't dump a ton of weed in to your tea, as you don't know how it will effect you at first. It's better to be patient and make numerous batches of tea so that you get your perfect amount.
 
So to make the tea, you must first boil the water. When it starts to boil, pour it over the ground up marijuana in your cup. By adding the small amount of butter (You can use cannabutter for this and save yourself a step as well!), the THC becomes more easily absorbed. THC is not water soluble so just putting it in boiling water won't get as much THC from the bud as you could. By adding the butter, the THC has more to bond with and therefore, will get you more stoned. You can also add milk to the tea, or hard liquor if that's what you prefer. Either substance will increase the potency of your tea and create a warm, uplifting body high that is sure to improve the dullness of a snowy winter night!
 
The butter is a key part of weed tea. By not adding something with fat in it, you're losing out on a large amount of THC. Whether you use cannabis butter or just regular butter, it's always better to add some. The tea will taste better and be stronger. Plus, no one likes to waste their weed!

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Purple Urkle - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sun, October, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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