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First time smoking weed?

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, December, 26th 2011 by THCFinder

No worries, this guy learned after a few trial and error attempts.

 


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Getting ready for a long night!

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, December, 24th 2011 by THCFinder

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone!

 


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Rasberry Kush

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, December, 22nd 2011 by THCFinder

A Rasberry Kush Macro we couldn't pass up!

 


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Do you consider marijuana riskier than alcohol or tobacco?

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, December, 22nd 2011 by THCFinder
More than half of British Columbians believe marijuana use is less harmful than alcohol use, according to a new Angus Reid Poll.
    
Of the poll's 800 respondents, 59 per cent said they believe regular marijuana use is less harmful than regular alcohol use. It also found that 54 per cent believe marijuana is neither dangerous nor addictive. Moreover, 51 per cent said they do not think marijuana is a gateway drug that could lead to the use of other dangerous drugs like heroin.
 
The poll was commissioned by Stop the Violence BC, an advocacy group for the legalization of marijuana, with a focus on "broadening the public's understanding of the link between cannabis prohibition and gang violence."
 
The poll results coincide with another report that found funding for anti-marijuana law enforcement in both Canada and the United States has failed to decrease the marijuana supply.
 
According to the report, also released by Stop the Violence BC, at least $260 million has been spent in anti-drug efforts since 2007, but there has nonetheless been a 70 per cent increase in arrests for cannabis-related offenses.
 
Dr. Evan Wood, founder of Stop the Violence BC, also said that B.C. youth currently has easier access to marijuana than to tobacco and alcohol.
 
When we asked the CBC Community "Should marijuana be legalized?" in an unscientific survey, 90 per cent of over 25,000 responses answered "Yes."
 

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Marijuana Overdoses

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, December, 22nd 2011 by THCFinder

Want to take a guess of how many we had this year? Well it's a big whopping 0 !!!!

 


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San Jose Medical Marijuana Dispensary MedMar Helping the Needy with Holiday Food Drive

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, December, 20th 2011 by THCFinder
MedMar, a San Jose cannabis dispensary, is urging members to give a little extra to those in need this holiday season with a food drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank.
 
'Tis the season of giving, and San Jose medical marijuana dispensary MedMar Healing Center is giving back to the community with a food drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank. From October 1st through January 20th, MedMar is joining together with other San Jose cannabis collectives to collect money and cans of food to help Second Harvest provide nutritious meals to local families in need.
 
"This holiday season, many families are having a hard time making ends meet. It is MedMar's hope that we can help make this holiday season amazing for every family, even in these hard economic times," says Douglas Chloupek, founder of MedMar.
 
Second Harvest Food Bank serves over 240,000 people each month-10% of the people in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties-and distributes over 45 million pounds of food per year, mainly to local seniors and families with dependant children. Since the recession hit in 2007, the number of people served by Second Harvest has skyrocketed 48%, but donations have flatlined over the last two years.
 
The holiday season, when Second Harvest gets the majority of its donations, will be critical to ensuring the food bank can help hungry members of the community get access to nutritious meals. The food bank's goal is to raise $11.3 million and collect 1.6 million pounds of food.
 
MedMar members who bring in nonperishable food items will get a $1 credit per can donated ($10 daily limit). The most-needed items are meals in a can (stew, chili, soup), tuna and canned meat, peanut butter, canned foods with pop-top lids, low-sugar cereals, 100% fruit juices in single-serving boxes, canned fruit packed in juice, and canned vegetables. MedMar is also accepting cash donations that will be passed along to Second Harvest.
 
For more information about the holiday food drive, or to learn more about any of MedMar Healing Center's products and services, call (408) 426-4400 or visit the San Jose cannabis club online at www.sjmedmar.com. MedMar is located at 170 South Autumn Street, San Jose, CA 95110.
 
MedMar Healing Center is a San Jose marijuana dispensary, acting as an easily accessible resource for Bay Area medical marijuana patients. They are a community-based San Jose medical cannabis club centrally located in downtown San Jose, only blocks from the San Jose Sharks home, HP Pavilion. They are close to major freeways and thoroughfares, and are located near all the major public transit options, including Diridon Station.
 
MedMar provides residents of San Jose with medical marijuana in many forms, including flowers, hash, edibles, and concentrates. MedMar Healing Center tests each of their strains of medicine for a cannabinoid profile, which helps their knowledgeable staff recommend the best medicine for the diverse ailments of each client.
 

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