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Jupiter OG - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, December, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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Jupiter OG - Indica

Jupiter OG Kush is an indica strain that will make you feel it in your eyes. It features dark green buds and dark orange hairs, and provides a good body buzz. Great for pain relief.


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A half dozen to go please = )

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, December, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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Dabs Are Becoming More And More Popular In Maine

Category: News | Posted on Mon, December, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
dabs-in-maineIf you don’t know what dabs are, you really need to do some research, because you are missing out. Dabs are growing in popularity across America, and Maine is no exception. A big reason for an increase in popularity for dabs is the rise of vape pens. I used to only consume dabs on a weekly basis because getting out the torch and rig and buying more butane for the torch was an inconvenience. If I wanted to get really high I would break out the gear, but for the most part it just didn’t sound as appealing as taking a quick waterfall or bong hit.
 
That all changed when I got my vape pen. Now I can hit concentrates almost anywhere and anytime in a quick, efficient, discreet way. When you combine the fact that vape pens are sweeping the nation with a change in Maine’s law, it has created the perfect storm for a dab invasion. Per Sun Journal:
 
An amendment to the Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Act that allows the use and sale of concentrated marijuana went into effect in August.
 
Maine voters first approved medical marijuana in 1999, which allowed patients to grow their own supply or select a caregiver to grow it for them. In 2009, the law was expanded to include more permitted medical conditions and to allow patients to buy from eight nonprofit, government-sanctioned clinics and marijuana cultivation centers.
 
Maine’s medical marijuana law was amended again in 2011, eliminating the need for patients to register with the state, and again in 2013, adding post-traumatic stress disorder, inflammatory bowel disease and other illnesses to the list of conditions for which a physician may prescribe medical marijuana.
 

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Raspberry Kush - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, December, 29th 2014 by THCFinder

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Raspberry Kush - Indica

A dark green bud with hints of purple that is literally frosted with trichomes and crystals. It is an incredibly dense nug with brown stigmas interlaced throughout. The Raspberry Kush experience is a couch-lock, relaxed, and lazy experience. A great smoke for an after-work kick back, or a night cap that will put you soundly to bed.


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Vice Releases Pot Cooking Show

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, December, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
cannabis-cooking-showEdibles are largely popular among the young stoners and those who just aren’t a fan of smoking (or they suffer from an illness that prevents it). While most of these treats are sweet and sugary, like brownies and lollipops, some places have begun to sell other food products containing marijuana. Soda, trail mix, even vodka. While these treats are good, wouldn’t it be even better to learn how to really cook with marijuana? Make full course meals with the plant, leaving your belly full and your mind high? 
 
Munchies, Vice Media’s food channel, recently released it’s first episode of a series that’s called Bong Appetit. The show is something that Vice is hoping will blow up in to the largest network for young people in the world. In this first episode, you mean a 91 year old grandmother who has perfected Italian classic dishes using the wonders of marijuana. “Nonna Marijuana” as she’s known, first emerged on to the YouTube circuit in 2011, working with her daughter, Valerie Corral, the founder of Wo/Men’s Alliance For Medical Marijuana (WAMM). 
 
“I like to cook with medical marijuana because I feel that it helps those who have been ill and had to endure pain, and I will use it if it helps anyone,” Nonna Marijuana told Munchies. While the grandmother doesn’t medicate herself, her daughter uses marijuana to treat grand map seizures, a result of a brutal car accident in the 70s. Even though Nonna Marijuana isn’t eating the marijuana infused meals, she loves to make it for others. 
 
Show producer David Bienenstock, who is based in Santa Cruz, California, says, “We’re moving beyond marijuana as something frightening. A lot of people are curious and food is a great way for people to access the culture. Once they can access it, they start to understand it’s something we shouldn’t be suppressing and should be celebrating.” There is absolutely more to the edible world than treats that may end up giving you a cavity. By creating a homey-feeling show like Munchies, featuring a woman who could virtually be anyone’s grandmother, Munchies will absolutely surpass the negative stigma associated with marijuana.

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Richmond Officer Found With Marijuana; No Charges

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, December, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
one-law-for-us-one-law-for-uouFor most people, getting caught with over a gram of weed is a terrifying thought for those in illegal states and even for some legal ones as well. The idea of getting cuffed and thrown in jail because of a plant is just a nasty idea. But as usual, those that call themselves police officers seem to be above the law. Such as the Richmond K-9 officer Joe Avila who has been on paid administrative leave since September, pending a marijuana possession investigation.
 
Avila reportedly picked up a box from a UPS store on November 25th, 2013. In the box was four to five pounds of marijuana. Avila, upon obtaining the box, radioed to the dispatcher that he would file an incident report regarding the box. But he never did, according to the search warrant. The box of weed ended up in Avila’s home in Oakley rather than being placed in the evidence locker.
 
In January, 2014, an officer was assigned to investigate Avila’s neglect on filing more than three dozen reports, including the one for the box of cannabis. As the investigation continued, the officers involved placed Avila on administrative leave. When asked about the box of bud, Avila told investigators that he had used about two pods of it to train his police dog in February 2014. He eventually admitted that there may be more marijuana in the trunk of his patrol car or at his house.
 
After obtaining a search warrant, the officers searched the home and found more marijuana. According to some sources at the Richmond Police Department, there are strict guidelines in place for officers getting off duty about labeling and storing such evidence. And even though Avila technically stole police evidence and was in possession of a large amount of cannabis, he will likely not be charged with a crime, although his place on the police force remains uncertain.

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