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Pot For Pets? Here Are 5 Animals It Helps

Category: Culture | Posted on Sun, August, 21st 2016 by THCFinder

Just like humans, many animals have an endocannabinoid system—which means they can benefit from cannabis too. Here are five wonderful examples of the positive effects of pot in the animal kingdom.

Dogs

Virtually every month, there’s a new story about cannabis saving a canine. In February, the Chi-Town Mommy Mayhem blog reported the story of Leah, a 7-year-old Great Dane with bone cancer. Leah was given the commercial product Canna Companion, a proprietary blend that offers phytocannabinoids and terpenes in capsule form. She went from barely walking to running around the yard and avoided amputation. Leah is also living longer than expected.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/culture/pot-for-pets-here-are-5-animals-it-helps/


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5 Renewable Soilless Grow Media

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, August, 15th 2016 by THCFinder

All gardeners need to consider the environmental impacts that they may have by choosing one method or substrate over another. Many staples of hydroponics and soilless container growing come from strip mines that destroy natural habitats like rain forests or peat bogs.

Media such as perlite, vermiculite and expanded clay pellets (hydroton) all come from strip mines. Strip, or surface, mining involves moving thousands of tons of earth to dig out the desired mineral. These mines use large amounts of energy and often heavily pollute their surroundings, leaving behind large areas of barren bedrock unfit for any sort of cultivation.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/5-renewable-soilless-grow-media/


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How to Keep Weed Fresh

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, August, 8th 2016 by THCFinder

Want to know how to keep weed fresh? Even if you consider yourself a serious stoner you might learn a little something here—because we cover it all—everything from how to store weed to the best way to store weed. You’re welcome. Why? Fresh weed is important, man. Nobody’s trying to smoke stale dank—especially connoisseurs. You took the time to either make the money to buy or grow some weed so you might as well take the time to store it properly. So that’s the focus of today’s pot post—how to keep weed fresh.

What’s the best way to store weed? In joints of course. And then immediately fired up and smoked. But your results may vary. So if you’re looking for more long-term storage here are a few things stoners should consider and keep in mind.

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/how-to-keep-weed-fresh/


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How Marijuana Legalization Could Change the Way Parents Talk to Their Kids About Pot

Category: Culture | Posted on Sun, August, 7th 2016 by THCFinder

In a state likely to legalize cannabis this November, how should California parents and schools talk to kids about pot?

Living in Los Angeles, it's pretty hard to keep kids sheltered from cannabis. Eventually, they'll start to notice those iconic green pot leaves as part of the scenery as dispensaries line the horizon. And if their parents have their cards, then marijuana will be part of their own households. For kids, there is a lot of mixed messaging. In school, they hear that marijuana is a drug, then at home they hear that it is a medicine.

Read More:http://www.laweekly.com/arts/how-marijuana-legalization-could-change-the-way-parents-talk-to-their-kids-about-pot-7223838


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The Frontlines Of Cannabis Regulations

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, July, 28th 2016 by THCFinder

It’s been over two years since recreational marijuana dispensaries first opened their doors in Colorado, but the regulatory environment around cannabis is still evolving. Dispensaries have been given the responsibility to stay informed of the latest in cannabis regulations, to keep their customers safe and their sales legal-but it isn’t always easy. Maureen McNamara, owner and founder of Cannabis Trainers, has made it her business to help them do it.

The cornerstone of McNamara’s business, Sell-SMaRT, is a training class tailored for cannabis store employees. The class was the first of its kind to be certified as a Responsible Vendor Program in Colorado, a voluntary program designed especially for marijuana dispensary owners and staffs. McNamara focuses especially on training budtenders-the women and men behind the counter who engage directly with consumers. That’s because budtenders, as she sees it, are on the front lines of the state’s still-new cannabis industry and more visible than most. “When cannabis is sold compliantly and safely, it shows the world that this can be done,” McNamara expressed. “If the budtenders and sellers are inspired to sell smart, to sell safely, they can really impact changing the way the world sees cannabis.”

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/the-frontlines-of-cannabis-regulations/


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A Growing Trend: Cultivating Marijuana For Personal Fulfillment

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 4th 2016 by THCFinder

michigan marijuana garden federal Edward SchmiedingGrowing marijuana is a very popular thing, and something that seems to get more popular every day. Whenever people express an interest in the marijuana industry, it seems like 9/10 they want to be a grower. I grew marijuana for a handful of years, and plan on getting back to it after this summer heat is over. I know first hand how rewarding and fun cultivating marijuana can be.

Most people want to grow marijuana for profit. More often then not the desire to grow includes visions of grandeur, with people planning on harvesting monster crops and striking it rich even before their plants flip over from veg stage to flower stage. The fact of the matter is, growing marijuana for profit is not nearly as easy as people think, and that’s not just because of the green thumb requirements.

In addition to being able to grow quality marijuana, growers also have to consider getting rid of the crop, which is becoming increasingly difficult for a lot of people because the market is either too crowded in some states, or the grower operates in a state where demand isn’t that high for one reason or another. Add to that testing requirements, overhead, the potential for bugs, heat, mildew, and 280e tax provisions, and growing marijuana for profit is not always the experience that people expect it to be.

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/a-growing-trend-cultivating-marijuana-for-personal-fulfillment/


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