What's your favorite strain to smoke in blunts?
Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, November, 8th 2013 by THCFinder
Medicated Rocky Road
Category: Recipes | Posted on Fri, November, 8th 2013 by THCFinder
Treats like this make great gifts. They're able to be wrapped up and tied with a bow, delivered to friends and family (If they so choose to medicate). Since Halloween has passed and the next holidays include lots of eating, it makes sense to make some Rocky Road for the holidays. Or maybe not for the holidays... Maybe you just want these treats for yourself!
What You'll Need;
5 tablespoons of cannabutter
1 cup unsalted nuts (you can pick your favorite)
2 1/2 cups of chocolate chips
4 cups marshmallows cut in half (get white and pink marshmallows!)
1/2 cup cherries
1/2 toasted coconut
Get a cookie tin and use 1 tablespoon of the cannabutter to grease the pan. The rest of the cannabutter is for the recipe itself. After that's done, take the chocolate chips and put them in a bowl in the microwave. Heat them up until they melt, stirring them every 30 seconds until they're liquid. Add the remaining cannabutter to the chocolate chips and continue to heat for 15 more seconds or until the butter melts. Once everything has melted, stir together well.
After the chocolate and butter have been mixed, pour in the marshmallows, nuts, coconut, and cherries until everything is even. Your mixture will look somewhat like a tar pit with things still stuck in it. Pour your mixture on to the pan that you have set up. Then, stick it in the fridge! Let it sit in there until it's firm! Then, cut the treats in to medium squares. Ready to be served! Enjoy!
Granddaddy Purple (Indica)
Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, November, 8th 2013 by THCFinder
Miami Beach backs medical marijuana; is Florida next?
Category: Legalization | Posted on Fri, November, 8th 2013 by THCFinder
Miami Beach voters became the first in Florida to call for the decriminalization of marijuana for medical use in a Tuesday vote that gives a glimpse of statewide support for the issue.
The 64-36 percent approval jibed with state and national polls that show medical-marijuana support approaching 60 percent or more.
The non-binding straw poll — calling on the city to ask the state and federal governments to allow medical cannabis — was so popular that it garnered about 1,000 more votes than the leading candidate for mayor, Philip Levine.
The group People United for Medical Marijuana, which is backing a proposed constitutional amendment to make Florida the 20th pot-decriminalization state, hopes Tuesday’s Miami Beach vote reflects state sentiment.
“It speaks pretty positively to our chances next November,” said Benjamin Pollara, treasurer of the Orlando-based group.
“This was a very low turnout election in Miami Beach,” he said, “it’s a relatively old electorate, and yet it still got close to 65 percent of the vote.”
Read more: http://www.bradenton.com
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