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  2. EDDIEKIRK

    I need a strain for depression

    I put your question out on Facebook. (Not your name) follow along. Animal cookies Sour diesel Blue Dream, dogwalker Super Silver Haze, Durban Poison, and Thai are a few that come to mind. Blue Dream/Lemon Diesel
  3. what are some of the strains i should keep an eye out for? i have severe depression and i want to take that crippling edge off it so its more manageable
  4. TheGrimReefer

    Can Anyone in eugene help?

    hi yes i am still in need i set up my appointment with oregon medical marijuana clinic on monday march 30th. but have been scraping by for a few weeks. sorry not always at the computer.
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  6. EDDIEKIRK

    Can Anyone in eugene help?

    If you are still in need please respond to this message.
  7. Know&Grow

    The Pathway to Natural Health!!

    I started out with the Natural Solutions Kit 6 years ago. I still have, and use, the wooden box!! If you run out of the Sanitizing mist, open the bottle and put in 15 drops of OnGuard. Top it off with witch hazel, and you're good to go! The sanitizer that is anti-viral and anti-bacterial! As for the hand soap, you can put in one of the dispensers 2 tbsp of castile soap, 1 tbsp of fractionated coconut oil, 10 drops of OnGuard, and fill the rest with RO water...boom! Full bottle! A bottle of OnGuard has 300 drops, so you can get quite a few fill-ups!
  8. Know&Grow

    The Pathway to Natural Health!!

    Here are the kits on sale...PM me if you're interested!
  9. EDDIEKIRK

    Help keep OMMP PIF alive (Win a Gopro)

    Thank you @Know&Grow for your Third donation and now a Third chance of winning the GoPro. You rock big guy!!
  10. Welcome to some surreal times in America! We're all using a LOT more hand soap, and a LOT more hand sanitizer these days. But - those items are all ANTI-BACTERIAL, and we are fighting a VIRUS! I've asked LOTS of people about this, and their response is, invariably, "Well, it's better than nothing!!" - that would be true, except what you have isn't handling the thing that we are fighting! I have been doing business for six years with a company called doTerra. They are the world's leader when it comes to essential oils. Their products are all thoroughly tested - they know that a) The FDA doesn't manage the essential oils industry, and b) If the government steps in, the cost of all that oversight will do nothing but DRIVE UP the price! That being said, they make certain that ALL of their products are tested and that they can make the claim of CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade) - this means that the OnGuard (the anti-viral, anti-bacterial blend that I go through a bottle of each and every month) that I buy is the same in April as it was last December! I actually use that oil internally, putting 3 drops in a large mug of cinnamon tea every day! That oil is so beneficial that the company has incorporated it into a number of other products, namely: Laundry detergent Hand Soap Hand Sanitizer Cleaner Concentrate (2 tbsp plus water = a bottle of cleaner that's better than 409!) Toothpaste Mouthwash They also have a hundred plus other oils (singles and blends) that can help you replace most of what you have in your medicine cabinet with a natural, safe alternative! The only way to get these products is either a) online, retail (if you want to do this, I can give you a link to my store @ doTerra's site) or b) wholesale, with your own account. In fact, there's been such a rush with the OnGuard products as of late, the company is limiting the purchase of those products to enrollment kits (those that folks buy when they're setting up their own account) or Loyalty Reward Point orders (the products I keep in my monthly order). The good news is that the company announced that this week (last week of March, 2020) most of the enrollment kits are 20% off!! So the Natural Solutions Kit, which is usually $570, is $459 - and it still has all the benefits (100 loyalty reward points with your first qualifying LRP order, collecting LRP points at 15% out the gate, instead of 10%) as it did before!! If you're interested, please send me a message on here - I'd love to see you stay healthy, and share with you the knowledge I've gained over the years when it comes to natural health!! Stay safe, stay healthy!! K&G
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  12. March 22, 2020 Marijuana Retail Licensees Allowed to Provide Curbside Delivery Temporary Rule Aligns With Governor’s Executive Order to Promote Social Distancing Portland, OR -- Today the Oregon Liquor Control Commission approved a temporary rule that supports social distancing to promote the prevention of the spread of the COVID-19 virus, by allowing licensed marijuana retailers to conduct limited transactions outside their licensed premises. The action will permit retail licensees to take orders and deliver products from the retail store to a person who is outside of the store and within 150 feet of the retailer’s licensed premises. At an emergency meeting to consider temporary rules impacting the business activity of OLCC licensees in the alcohol and marijuana industry, the Commission took its action to promote social distancing in the wake of the COVID-19 virus. The Commission’s action aligns with the Governor’s Executive Order that prohibits public gatherings of 25 people or more and encourages people to distance themselves by at least 3 feet while in public. The temporary rule also increases the amount of flower that OMMP cardholders and caregivers can purchase to 24 ounces per day and no more than 32 ounces per month. This change temporarily increases the daily purchase limit for OMMP cardholders to match their personal possession limit. This rule does not change the total monthly amount a cardholder or caregiver is currently permitted to purchase from an OLCC-licensed retailer. The temporary action that the Commission has taken is designed to balance the protection of public health while at the same time helping struggling businesses. Marijuana industry guidance can be found here. “Every single decision that this agency is making, both for the liquor and the marijuana industries, are there for the consideration of helping people make a living and continue to make a living,” said Paul Rosenbaum, OLCC Commission Chair. During the period of March 1-18, 2020, OLCC marijuana retailers have seen a 25-30% increase in sales compared to the same period last year. Retail marijuana stores remain open, but these changes will let them operate in a way that is consistent with the guidance from the Executive Order by decreasing in-store activity. However, the OLCC made it clear that if individual licensees take advantage of the temporary rule by disrupting public safety or public health that the rule could be suspended for the whole industry. “We’re asking our retailers to make sure to work with the community and local officials so that this can happen in a safe and non-obstructive way to city services, otherwise we’ll need to make changes,” said Steve Marks, OLCC Executive Director. ### Media contact: Mark Pettinger at 503-872-5115; 971-235-7561 (cell) Spokesperson, Marijuana Program mark.pettinger@oregon.gov
  13. Day 37, 3/22 Observe the development of trichomes on the leaf edge around the 8 o'clock position.
  14. TheGrimReefer

    Can Anyone in eugene help?

    me and my mother are currently pulling the money together to designate a grower for her and myself. but we are without until then. anything is appreciated. i use flower and concentrates to help with my sleep deprivation and mild back pain. she uses flower and lotions for sleep deprivation and nerve pain. like i said anything helps at this time. i can do physical work in exchange.
  15. Great to see you. Make a post by clicking here. https://freemygreenpdx.com/?forumId=33&do=add

  16. Me and my mother are in need of a grow near eugene oregon due to travel restrictions. if there are any available medical growers left please contact me.
  17. That'll be a kick, I am anticipating a tad bit more sugar than the Purple Punch (now entering 8 weeks, 52 days--waiting to see some amber trichs, but so far all clear and milky, maybe 10 days or so). Due to the sativa factor, I say Zookies will need 10-11+ weeks before she will begin strutting her stuff.
  18. I'm setting all these in a timelapse program, when I get enough I'll make a .gif Thanks for posting them.
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      This is the final run of Zookies (was not thrilled with the end result) and I thought it would be a good specimen to use for a little fun and observe the advancement of trichomes. I will take pics of the same bud every other day or so. To help us, I notched one of the fan leaves and will position the notched leaf to be at the "6 o'clock" position.
       
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      Scientist receives $3.5 million NIH grant to study pain-relief and cannabis

      Marrecca Fiore | November 13, 2019 Ziva Cooper, research director of the UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative, has been awarded a $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct a five-year study assessing the pain-relieving effects of cannabis and cannabinoids, the chemicals in the cannabis plant.
      The grant will fund the first clinical study for the Cannabis Research Initiative, which was founded in 2017 as part of the Jane and Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Cooper joined the initiative as its first research director in January.
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