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  3. @DTRUMP4PREZ @ThisGroovyMama @HeerJeet @wrmead I agree, Flynn’s admission of guilt had nothing to do with Russian c… https://t.co/IvSn1I5JC2

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  5. The "Sativa Blend" has a bright and clear headed effect, probably from the Beta Caryophyllene, so there is probably less risk of the anxiety that sometimes accompanies the more energetic Sativa strains. While it is not modeled after any strain specific profile, I found it's flavor pleasant and if I did not know, i would probably not identify it as "Terpene Enhanced." I have to say that I have yet to be disappointed with a product from this company, from packaging all the way to quality and effectiveness. Mixing up some "Sativa Blend" concentrate enhancer from True Terpenes
  6. Temporary or Permanent home need by Jan 2nd, 2018 Or I'll be homeless. I have diagnosis called Toxicant Induced Loss of Tolerance (T.I.L.T.) and is getting harder each year for me. Anybody experience T.I.L.T. here? My other new landlord realized I do have an issue with woodburning stoves and fireplaces/camp fires. So He decide not to take me in for his tiny house cabin by his home. This leaves me stranded with current landlord, need get out by January 2nd, 2018. Or I'll be homeless. What I ask may sound impossible to you, but that's how I look at in order to receive sanity living situation. I would like to be part of cannabis community by helping back, grow, trim, etc... As Cannabis aroma do help me deal with smell better without feel lose mind. Big helpful. I am ommp card holder for 3 years. No experience how to grow, etc.. I am open to that. If anyone have land where tiny house or small homes. As long as I am away from neighbors (not too close up), fireplaces/campfires/wood burning, industry buildings, chemical enviromental free surroundings... I actual seek for coastal line next to ocean. I realize in Oregon, lots of wood burning stove and fireplaces. I'm open to California by ocean line only. If a grower live there and need help. I'm open to that. I know California is famous for fire. Any place in California coastal line safe from fire? Fire smoke, I can't survive this way. What I list is hard I realize yet I'm fight to find my sanity living situation. no carpet, no too much woods, no fireplace/wood burning, no older homes (mildrew, mold, musky), bad roofs, require lot of windows to open for air circulation I seek less $650 a month. If you not sure and please do feel free to correspodence
  7. Cannabis Project Aims To Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients In Australia, a new medicinal cannabis venture aims to help multiple sclerosis patients deal with their day-to-to day struggles. December 9, 2017 Tim Kohut With the benefits of medicinal cannabis seemingly endless, it should come as no surprise that countries outside of the United States are beginning to embrace the plant as a viable form of treatment for an assortment of diseases. One such country is Australia, who in 2016, legalized medicinal cannabis at the federal level—something even the U.S. has yet to do. Two companies, in particular, are capitalizing on Australia’s progressive policy and hope to gain licenses to operate large-scale cannabis-growing and research facilities for a project aimed towards assisting multiple sclerosis patients. Helping Multiple Sclerosis Patients Australian-based pharmaceutical companies MYM Nutraceuticals and PUF Ventures have formally asked the Australian Office of Drug Control for medical cannabis and cannabis research licenses. If approved, PUF Ventures, PUF Ventures Australia and MYM Nutraceuticals will team up to create the Northern Rivers Project in the Australian province of New South Wales....... https://hightimes.com/health/cannabis-project-aims-help-multiple-sclerosis-patients/
  8. Your Nose Knows: How To Select The Right Marijuana For You Lemons? Pine trees? Skunk? Why these scents may affect your choice. Terry Hacienda Dec 09, 2017 Terpenes are a huge part of Mother Nature’s spice kit. When it comes to marijuana, some types are energizing, some are sedating; some are better for pain, others for inspiration. When you take a whiff of a cannabis and like what you smell, chances are your body is telling you that this is what it wants. That’s right: Your nose knows. Terpenes provide the fragrance of foods and herbs. When you take a whiff of basil, for example, what you are smelling are the terpenes. Cannabis strains also have unique terpenes that provide the aroma. Some strains smell lemony (limonene) or spicy (caryophyllene) or floral (linalool) or piney (alpha-pinene). Terpenes not only provide the smell, they have essential therapeutic benefits, as well...... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/your-nose-knows-how-to-select-the-right-marijuana-for-you/
  9. What Is CBC and What Are the Benefits of This Cannabinoid? Jacqueline Havelka December 6, 2017 By now you’re probably familiar with cannabinoids, especially the most common ones, THC and CBD. But you likely haven’t heard of cannabichromene, also known as CBC. Discovered over 50 years ago, CBC is considered one of the “big six” cannabinoids prominent in medical research. It doesn’t get as much attention, but CBC’s benefits are extremely promising. CBC has the same origins as both THC and CBD do in that they all stem from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA). Cannabis plants produce CBGA, the precursor to three major cannabinoids: tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), cannabidiolic acid (CBDA), and cannabichromenic acid (CBCA).... https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/what-is-cannabichromene-cbc-cannabinoid
  10. Top 5 Tips For Making Chocolate Edibles Recipes A Success Working with real chocolate can be *&#@*^ing frustrating! December 10, 2017 HT Sponsor If you’ve ever tried using real chocolate to make edibles, you know that it’s not easy. At Ecole Chocolat, we’ve been educating students in the art and science of chocolate making since 2003. Our graduates have gone on to open some of the most successful chocolate businesses in the country and around the world. Over the years, many of our students have wanted to work with cannabis and chocolate, and they’ve told us how frustrating it can be. With legalization on the rise across many states, and in Canada next year, the demand for edibles is only going to grow. To help dispensary owners, chocolate makers adding cannabis to their product lines, home cooks or anyone who just wants to know how to make an amazing chocolate edible, we’ve created the Pakalolo Chocolatier Program. But more about that in a minute. In the meantime, we’ve put together our top 5 tips for working with real chocolate* and cannabis. 1) Buy the tastiest real chocolate you can afford. Not all chocolate is created equal in flavor. Just as you carefully source your cannabis, the same must be true for your chocolate. Higher quality real chocolate will give you a better tasting final product, that’s just a fact. Have a tasting party of one where you try different chocolates to find the flavor you like the best. Once you’ve found your chocolate, make sure you know the tempering specifications recommended by the chocolate supplier. Which leads us to our next tip…. https://hightimes.com/edibles/top-5-tips-making-chocolate-edibles-recipes-success/
  11. Watch This Grandma Smoke Marijuana For The First Time With Her Grandson It's no longer weird to light up with the family. Brendan Bures Dec 10, 2017 We’ve seen Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supporters smoke together. We’ve watched a rabbi, priest, and atheist light up and get deep. Somehow those stakes seem weak when compared to this very personal setup. Because a grandson and his grandmother agreed to smoke marijuana on camera for the first time. It turns out really, really cute. As cannabis legalization and acceptance spreads across the country, occurrences like the one Andrew and his grandmother Helen have could become more commonplace. Why fight the movement when it came be so much fun? .... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/watch-grandma-smoke-marijuana-for-the-first-time/
  12. Will Car Insurance Rates Go Up Because Of Legal Weed? Here’s the deal with car insurance rates and pot. December 7, 2017 Mary Jane Gibson Based on crash data from states that have legalized recreational cannabis, a research organization has released a report that says collision claims in those states are three percent higher than in states that have not legalized. Does this mean car insurance rates will go up in states with legal weed? The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI)—a nonprofit organization wholly funded by auto insurance companies—says that Colorado, Oregon and Washington experienced higher rates of collision claims following the legalization of recreational cannabis. High Premiums To Get Higher? This has some New Jersey drivers worried as the state considers legalizing weed. New Jersey’s auto insurance premiums are amongst the highest in the nation, according to a July report. The average New Jersey resident pays $1,375 in auto insurance, as compared to the national average of $1,318.... https://hightimes.com/news/will-car-insurance-rates-go-legal-weed/
  13. California Now Accepting Cannabis License Applications Ben Adlin December 8, 2017 Update, 4:31 p.m.: This story has been updated to reflect that both the California Bureau of Cannabis Control and the California Department of Public Health have begun accepting cannabis license applications. The state Department of Food and Agriculture is set to release application details later this month. California regulators began accepting applications for state cannabis licenses on Friday, releasing necessary forms and launching an online licensing portal just weeks before legal sales in some parts of the state begin on Jan. 1. Officials say they’ll start reviewing the applications immediately. The California Bureau of Cannabis Control officially launched an online system that allows applicants to apply for temporary and annual licenses, submit payments, and track the status of an application. That agency will handle the licensing of cannabis retailers, distributors, microbusinesses, testing laboratories, and events. Users must register for an account online, where regulators have also posted e-learning materials to walk applicants through the process.... https://www.leafly.com/news/industry/california-now-accepting-cannabis-manufacturing-license-applications
  14. Recreational marijuana sales start Jan. 1. Here's how weed does, and doesn't affect your health Gary Robbins 12/4/2017 The FDA cried fraud in October, accusing companies in Florida, Colorado and California of illegally selling marijuana-derived products that supposedly could prevent, treat or cure cancer. The advertising claims were unsubstantiated, said the FDA, and the products hadn’t been submitted for approval..... http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/science/sd-me-cannabis-medicalclaims-20171127-story.html
  15. Cryptocurrency the Answer to the Cannabis Industry’s Financial Fustrations? Cindy December 9, 2017 Cryptocurrency Potcoin Joins Forces with WeedMD to Start Allowing Digital Currency Payment for Marijuana Patients In the last week the cryptocurrency, PotCoin, first announced their partnership with WeedMd in a press release. What is cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that’s integrated into a digital software database where individuals can buy and exchange transactions. It analyzes these exchanges through cryptography and ensures to control of additional units for each individual. Satoshi, the creator of bitcoin, says it more simply, “It’s basically a peer-to-peer network to prevent double-spending. It’s centralized with no authority. “ Today, we are here in the uprising trend of the cryptocurrency world which is why PotCoin and WeedMD are partnering up..... http://the420times.com/2017/12/cryptocurrency-the-answer-to-the-cannabis-industrys-financial-fustrations/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+The420Times+(The+420+Times)
  16. U.S. States Tried Decriminalizing Pot Before Posted by CN Staff on December 09, 2017 at 12:47:45 PT By Emily Dufton Source: Time USA -- In the past five years, eight states and Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuana for adults. Today, 68 million people live in areas where marijuana is treated like alcohol or tobacco. The drug is sold in stores, millions of tax dollars are being raised from its sale, and an increasing number of businesspeople are profiting in this lucrative new industry. Long seen as either a hippie accessory or a dangerous gateway drug, legal marijuana is booming. Pot is so popular that, in 2015, its sales surpassed Girl Scout cookies, Oreos, and Dasani bottled water. By 2026, analysts predict it will match, and eventually outpace, America�s $50 billion wedding industry. How did this happen? How did marijuana transform from a primary target of Just Say No into something that, according to a recent Gallup poll, 60% of Americans want legalized? The answer lies in five decades� worth of grassroots activism, in which legions of the drug�s supporters pushed to move marijuana from decriminalization to criminalization to legalization...... http://cannabisnews.com/news/29/thread29199.shtml
  17. 280E Tax Reform Effort Still Alive, Senator Says Ben Adlin December 8, 2017 A Colorado Republican’s effort to remove a decades-old tax penalty that forces some cannabis businesses to pay effective tax rates of more than 70% fell short last week, as Sen. Cory Gardner’s proposed amendment to the Senate tax bill failed to make it into the final legislation. Speaking to Marijuana Business Daily on Thursday, however, the Colorado Republican said he’s still pushing the amendment as the House and Senate come together to hammer out the differences between their two tax bills. With enough support, the provision could be added back into the tax plan Congress ultimately sends to President Trump. “We, right now, continue to push it in conference committee,” Gardner told MJ Biz. “It’s an uphill climb, but we’re not giving up on it.”.... https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/280e-tax-reform-effort-still-alive-senator-says
  18. Back Off Jeff Sessions

    Back Off Jeff Sessions Posted by CN Staff on December 09, 2017 at 12:08:59 PT By The LA Times Editorial Board Source: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles -- California voters decided last year that the sale of recreational marijuana should be made legal, beginning on Jan. 1, 2018. But Proposition 64 left many of the details to local governments and state regulators. So the last several months have been a race against the calendar, as officials have sought to develop rules governing where, when and how businesses may grow, transport and sell marijuana to adults. Last month, the state unveiled 276 pages of regulations for the new recreational pot marketplace. Among other things, the rules set hefty licensing fees, regulate how much THC will be allowed in edibles and other cannabis products, and require marijuana businesses to track their product from seed to sale. While the state set many of the industry rules, cities and counties were left to decide whether they want to allow marijuana businesses to set up shop in their jurisdictions. San Diego passed its permitting rules in September. Sacramento, San Jose and San Francisco passed laws in recent weeks allowing recreational cannabis sales, and the Los Angeles City Council this week approved regulations for what will likely be the nation�s largest market for marijuana...... http://cannabisnews.com/news/29/thread29198.shtml
  19. Fuck! I ate too many cookies. 🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪

  20. Here’s Jeff Sessions’ Latest Attack On Marijuana

    I think we'll always have medical.
  21. My cats, Moose and Nut Nibbler, are very upset with me

    its been in the upper 40's to lower 50's during the day, and mid to upper 20's at night
  22. My cats, Moose and Nut Nibbler, are very upset with me

    Is it cold there?
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  24. December 7, 2017 — So much has changed in the last few months for OMMP patients and their growers that we thought a chart explaining some of these changes might be helpful (see below). From the new “12 plant” rule to tracking in METRC, this chart should help folks sort things out. The key things to remember are: 1) If you are growing for yourself at your own home, your grow site is limited to 12 plants. And, 2) If you are a couple growing for yourselves at your own home, you can grow six medical plants each but you cannot grow any recreational plants..... https://www.occnewspaper.com/ommp-grower-patient-rules-changes/
  25. Researchers Want To Study How Marijuana Dabbing Affects Driving Skills No, they aren't providing subjects with free cannabis. Brendan Bures Dec 08, 2017 Researchers at Colorado State University have decided to take a closer look at how marijuana dabbing may impair a person’s ability to drive. And while we wish this was an examination on the dance move known as dabbing, and how spontaneously busting a dab while driving might adversely affect your capabilities, sadly it is not. Instead CSU will study dabbing, the popular method of consuming marijuana concentrates. As the CSU press release announces, it is a “highly potent” means of inhaling cannabis, though little research has been done regarding its effects on motor skills...... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/researchers-aim-to-study-how-dabbing-affects-driving-skills/
  26. How potent is today’s cannabis? Here’s what the latest research has revealed A look at THC content of marijuana products, and the increasing potency and purity of some other commonly used substances Dec 8, 2017, By Kristina Davis, The San Diego Union-Tribune SAN DIEGO — Ten years ago, the average gram of meth available in the U.S. was 39 percent pure. Today, it is being sold in a nearly pure state, manufactured in Mexican “superlabs” and smuggled across the border to feed an epidemic of addiction. The drug is being peddled alongside fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times stronger than heroin, and carfentanil, an elephant tranquilizer that can kill a human with just a speck or two.... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/12/08/marijuana-strongest-strains-thc-potency-research/94255/
  27. In attempt to help small farmers, Humboldt reps call for one-acre cap on cannabis cultivation Dec 8, 2017 By Will Houston, The Cannifornian The North Coast’s two state representatives are calling on the state to cap commercial cannabis farms to one acre per person, saying it will protect small farmers from being outcompeted by larger companies. However, some in the industry are saying reinstating the cap so close to the planned New Year’s Day rollout of the state’s marijuana market would be inappropriate timing, with some farms having already been permitted at the local level to grow more than one acre.... http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/12/08/humboldt-cannabis-cultivation-cap/94237/
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    • The "Sativa Blend" has a bright and clear headed effect, probably from the Beta Caryophyllene, so there is probably less risk of the anxiety that sometimes accompanies the more energetic Sativa strains. 
      While it is not modeled after any strain specific profile, I found it's flavor pleasant and if I did not know, i would probably not identify it as "Terpene Enhanced."
      I have to say that I have yet to be disappointed with a product from this company, from packaging all the way to quality and effectiveness.
      Mixing up some "Sativa Blend" concentrate enhancer from True Terpenes
       
       
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      December 7, 2017 — So much has changed in the last few months for OMMP patients and their growers that we thought a chart explaining some of these changes might be helpful (see below). From the new “12 plant” rule to tracking in METRC, this chart should help folks sort things out.
       
      The key things to remember are: 1) If you are growing for yourself at your own home, your grow site is limited to 12 plants. And, 2) If you are a couple growing for yourselves at your own home, you can grow six medical plants each but you cannot grow any recreational plants.....
       
       
       
       
      https://www.occnewspaper.com/ommp-grower-patient-rules-changes/
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    • OMMP Pay It Forward & @RollingPaperDepot
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      This gift includes RAW cones re-packaged by RPD
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    • See How Daily Doses Of CBD Oil Saved This Young Girl’s Life
      Sophie Ryan undergoes chemotherapy and cannabis helps her survive.
      Terry Hacienda
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      Sophie Ryan has been a cannabis consumer for four years. She started when she was not quite nine months old when she was diagnosed with Optic Pathway Glioma brain tumor.
       
      Sophie’s heart-warming story was featured on Tuesday’s syndicated talk show The Doctors. On the show, the Ryan family share the story of how CBD oil helped save their daughter’s life.
      At 8 ½ months, Sophie was diagnosed with the brain tumor that was wrapped around her optic nerve. The doctors informed Sophie’s parents, Tracy and Josh, that the only treatment was chemotherapy. Tracy began researching CBD oil for use in pediatric cancer, and in consultation with her oncology team, they began dosing Sophie alongside the chemo.....
      https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/see-how-cbd-oil-saved-this-young-girls-life/
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    • So I moved wrong, and a vertebra slipped out of place, along with the attached rib. That and the accompanying muscle spasms were all the excuse I needed to review TrueTerpenes "GRANDDADDY PURPLE" concentrate enhancers. 


      I had already been impressed with TrueTerpenes "Super Lemon Haze", so I jumped at the chance to try out the effects.
      I mixed a portion of a drop out by dipping the dropper and touching it to 4 or 5 good dabs in a petri dish and warmed it until they liquified, then mixed thoroughly. I set the dish in the fridge for a few moments so it would set up and took a good dab.
      The GDP has a very intense flavor, but I really enjoyed the way it painted my tongue.  It has a nice earthy/spicy kinda thing going on. 
      Within a couple of dabs I was starting to feel my muscles relax and the spasms fade till I was finally able to find a comfortable position.  The infamous GDP couch lock set in and I spent some time just watching a video game.  By the time I was wanting to get some food I had nearly no pain except for the occasional twinge when I turned wrong.   

       
      I have to say I'm convinced that the Entourage Effect is a real thing, and I couldn't be more excited that we can now customize our flavors, and even more importantly, the effects of our concentrates.   
       
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