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King Kush (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 25th 2015 by THCFinder

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King Kush - Indica

With its background of OG Kush and Grape Ape, King Kush contains flavors of citrus, pine and kush. With a gradual but powerful high, King Kush is famous for its potency and shiny trichromes during flowering. This strain comes across as sweet and sour with its powerful and tangy grape scent, and some hints of lavender.


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Stoner Moments

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, February, 25th 2015 by THCFinder

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How To Tell If Marijuana Dabs Are Good Or Bad

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, February, 25th 2015 by THCFinder

How Do You Determine If Cannabis Concentrates Are Good Or Bad?

Are you new to the marijuana concentrates world? Do you know what ‘dabs‘ are? If you consume marijuana often enough, chances are you have taken at least one dab hit by now. For those of you that have yet to take a dab hit, maybe due to unavailability in your area or because you are a new consumer, you should really check it out. They say a dab will do ya, which is true. If you are like me, and you like to ride the ‘higher high’, dabs are the way to go. Anytime you are consuming concentrated forms of marijuana, you will get higher faster than if you were smoking a joint of flower.

For a long time I didn’t know how to tell if the dabs I was consuming were good or bad. I have a long history consuming flower, so I can tell how good the flower is very easily by sight, smell, taste, etc.. But concentrates are a different thing. Some of my usual measurements (smell for instance) of quality translate to concentrates, but not all of them do. For a long time I think the general assumption was that the clearer/lighter colored the cannabis concentrates, the better they are compared to darker dabs. I’m here to tell you that that’s not necessarily true. I know there are people that will argue until they’re blue in the face against that claim, but I know it to be true because I recently visited my friends at Udoxi Scientific and did some research. The results were surprising to both me and my little brother that came with me. I figured I needed another person to help with the research, plus he is brand new to the dab world (took his first dab the day before the visit to Udoxi).

Udoxi Scientific processes cannabis into concentrates for growers. Their concentrates are second to none, and that’s based off of my experiences consuming concentrates all over the Western United States. There are certainly people out there that consume more concentrates than I do, but I consume more dabs than most. A lot of concentrate makers are making dabs in their garage with primitive equipment. Udoxi is operating on a whole other level. Their facility is world class, and the owners have strong backgrounds in agriculture, chemistry, and engineering. I don’t say these things because I’m paid to do so. I’ve never received even one penny from Udoxi. I say these things because they are my unbiased opinion.

I was lucky enough to participate in a quality test at Udoxi. They brought out four slabs, as seen below, and asked which one I thought was the best based off of appearance alone. Naturally, I ranked them in order of how clear they were. How would you rank the slabs below? I pre-apologize for the picture quality – I’m a writer, not a photographer:

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Can you tell which dab slab is the best, based off of appearance alone? Does clearer always mean better?

The four concentrates above are the Blue Cheese strain, OG strain, Cherry Pie strain, and Black Cherry Soda strain. After looking at the visual appeal, we then got down to business trying out each one. We made sure to take low temp dabs to maximize the flavor. The first one I tried was the Black Cherry Soda, which was the clearest out of all of the samples. Based off of how most people measure dab quality, this would have been the best one since it was the clearest, as seen below:

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The first thing that I did was smell the slab. The slab really lacked any smell at all, good or bad. It was like I was smelling nothing at all. After taking a couple of hits, it because obvious that there wasn’t much flavor either. There wasn’t much bite to the hit, on the exhale or the inhale. It didn’t seem to get me high that fast, certainly not as I originally expected it to. The Black Cherry Soda sample wasn’t bad, or good, there just wasn’t anything distinct about it.

Source: http://www.theweedblog.com/how-to-tell-if-marijuana-dabs-are-good-or-bad/


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Black Jack - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 25th 2015 by THCFinder

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Black Jack - Hybrid

Black Jack produces hard buds with huge, grape-like buds that are completely covered with THC! The smoke is heavy and flavorful, and produces an exceptionally long-lasting high. Great for pain, insomnia and stress.


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Marijuana bill would allow growth, sale of pot for medical purposes in Utah

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, February, 25th 2015 by THCFinder
mmj-in-utahNewly released legislation would establish a network of marijuana greenhouses and medical dispensaries, all licensed by the state — the first time such a plan has been proposed in Utah.
 
Under SB259, sponsored by Sen. Mark Madsen, R-Saratoga Springs, businesses could register with the Utah Tax Commission and apply for licenses to grow cannabis under the supervision of the state Division of Occupational Licensing.
 
Individuals with chronic illnesses could purchase and use small amounts ­— not more than 2 ounces at a time — of cannabis oils and edibles containing tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. There would be a $100 fee to obtain a registration card from the state.
 
The plants would have to be tracked electronically, from planting to consumption and tested by a certified, independent testing laboratory.
 
Applicants would have to pay a $5,000 fee to obtain a license to grow or sell marijuana. There may be one licensed facility for every 200,000 residents in a county — so as many as five could operate in Salt Lake County.
 
The bill is scheduled for a public hearing — in the Senate Judiciary Committee of which Madsen is Chairman — Thursday morning.
 
Twenty-three states — including Utah's neighbors in Nevada, Arizona and Colorado — and the District of Columbia have legal medical marijuana.
 
Madsen's bill will face an uphill battle, not solely because of Utah's conservative, anti-drug Legislature, but because of opposition from Gov. Gary Herbert, who has expressed concerns that legal marijuana for medical purposes would lead to a slippery slope to recreational use of the drug.
 
"I mean, it's a sham," Herbert said. "It's not just being used for medical uses, it's being used for recreational purposes."
 

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NYC Diesel (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 24th 2015 by THCFinder

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NYC Diesel - Hybrid

NYC Diesel is a cross of Sour Diesel and some afghan indica. NYC Diesel provides you with cerebral head high with just a taste of a heavy body stone. Good for getting outside and enjoying a nice summer day. Also good for stress and anxiety relief.


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