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Cannabis Documentary Series Puts the People First

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, October, 12th 2016 by THCFinder

If you haven’t checked out Weediquette on Viceland TV yet, now’s the time! The cannabis documentary series opens dialogue about ending marijuana prohibition. A conversation in full force around the country right now, especially with many states gearing up to vote on marijuana reform.

Weediquette makes huge steps in the proper representation of marijuana spanning from science and culture to its effects on the economy, both from a legalization and Drug War perspective.

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The DEA Spent an Obscene Amount of Money to Eradicate ZERO Pot Plants in Utah

Category: News | Posted on Wed, October, 12th 2016 by THCFinder

To underscore the absurd amount of money the DEA spends annually on eradicating pot plants, the Washington Postlooked at a series of federal documents that revealed what can only be described as an obscene waste of taxpayers’ money.

The documents, obtained by journalist Drew Atkins through the Freedom of Information Act, showed for example that Utah received $73,000 for marijuana eradication. For that hefty sum, DEA agents did not find a single pot plant.

In New Hampshire, where the DEA received $20,000, they pulled up a grand total of 27 plants in a single outdoor grow site. According to their own Cannabis Eradication Report—a blatant admission of misspending and a must-read during this election year—that comes to $740.74 for each uprooted plant.

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, October, 11th 2016 by THCFinder


2,500-year-old marijuana discovered in an ancient tomb

Category: News | Posted on Tue, October, 11th 2016 by THCFinder

A 2,500-year-old stash of whole marijuana plants have been unearthed from an ancient tomb in northwest China. This discovery adds to a growing body of evidence that ancient people used marijuana for its psychoactive properties, and incorporated it into their rituals.

A team of archaeologists, led by Hongen Jiang with the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, discovered 13 marijuana plants that were still largely intact, if yellowed and desiccated after millennia underground. In a first for funerary marijuana, the plants were found lying like a burial shroud atop the body of a man who had died in his mid-30s. Their roots lay below the man’s hips and the tips — which had been trimmed to remove the flowers — extended up around his face, according to the publication of the find in the journal Economic Botany.

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