Buying weed online can be safe and unsafe, depending on many different factors.

If you frequent marijuana websites, then I’m sure you have noticed a growing trend of people trying to sell marijuana over the internet. The sales pitches are bold, stating that they stock this strain and that strain, and to e-mail them for details.

These types of comments are all over not only TWB’s comments sections, but also in every large marijuana website’s comments sections. Consider this a public service announcement – beware buying marijuana on the internet.

You should really beware buying anything on the internet from a not reputable source. And realise that there is an added element when you are buying marijuana online. Not only can you get ripped off, you can get arrested when the marijuana comes in the mail. Not only are scammers posting those types of comments, I’m assuming narcs are too. Why wouldn’t they?

Does this mean that people never buy marijuana online successfully? No. I’m sure that there are many people that have bought marijuana online and do it all the time. But for every person that does it successfully, there’s an untold amount of people that get hustled or arrested.

I know that it’s tough when you can’t find marijuana. I can understand that it’s tempting to try out one of the people online to see if they are legit or not. But remember, there are bad people out there on the internet that are scamming people using all kinds of stories. Using promises to provide marijuana is just one of the latest scams. These are the same people that are pretending to be princes from Nigeria, or a long lost relative from Europe.

Don’t give these people your money. If you see their comments, flag them via Disquis. If you see them on Facebook, report them there too. I try to report as many as I can, but I am just one man working part time, and there are only so many hours during the day. Help me out by reporting these scammers on this site and any other marijuana website you see them on!

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What is medical marijuana?

Photo of marijuana leaves.

The term medical marijuana refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not recognized or approved the marijuana plant as medicine.

However, scientific study of the chemicals in marijuana, called cannabinoids, has led to two FDA-approved medications that contain cannabinoid chemicals in pill form. Continued research may lead to more medications.

Because the marijuana plant contains chemicals that may help treat a range of illnesses and symptoms, many people argue that it should be legal for medical purposes. In fact, a growing number of states have legalized marijuana for medical use.

General Remarks

There are marked differences in the knowledge on the medical uses of cannabis and cannabinoids in different diseases. For nausea and vomiting associated with cancer chemotherapy, anorexia and cachexia in HIV/AIDS, chronic, especially neuropathic pain, spasticity in multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury there is strong evidence for medical benefits. For many other indications, such as epilepsy, pruritus and depression there is much less available data. However, the scientific evidence for a specific indication does not necessarily reflect the actual therapeutic potential for a given disease.

Clinical studies with single cannabinoids or whole plant preparations (smoked cannabis, cannabis extract) have often been inspired by positive anecdotal experiences of patients employing crude cannabis products. The anti-emetic, the appetite enhancing, relaxing effects, analgesia, and therapeutic use in Tourette’s syndrome were all discovered in this manner.

Incidental observations have also revealed therapeutically useful effects. This occurred in a study with patients with Alzheimer’s disease wherein the primary issue was an examination of the appetite-stimulating effects of THC. Not only appetite and body weight increased, but disturbed behaviour among the patients also decreased. The discovery of decreased intraocular pressure with THC administration in the beginning of the 1970s was also serendipitous. Additional interesting indications that have not been scientifically investigated, but remain common problems in modern medicine may benefit from treatment with cannabis or cannabinoids. For this reason, surveys have been conducted questioning individuals that use cannabis therapeutically. They were conducted either as oral non-standardized interviews in the course of investigations of state or scientific institutions (House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology in the UK, Institute of Medicine in the USA) on the therapeutic potential of cannabis or as anonymous surveys using standardized questionnaires.

Nausea and Vomiting

Treatment of side effects associated with antineoplastic therapy is the indication for cannabinoids which has been most documented, with about 40 studies (THC, nabilone, other THC analogues, cannabis). Most trials were conducted in the 1980s. THC has to be dosed relatively highly, so that resultant side effects may occur comparatively frequently. THC was inferior to high-dose metoclopramide in one study. There are no comparisons of THC to the modern serotonin antagonists. Some recent investigations have shown that THC in low doses improves the efficacy of other antiemetic drugs if given together. In folk medicine cannabinoids are popular and are often used in other causes of nausea including AIDS and hepatitis.

Anorexia and Cachexia

An appetite enhancing effect of THC is observed with daily divided doses totalling 5 mg. When required, the daily dose may be increased to 20 mg. In a long-term study of 94 AIDS patients, the appetite-stimulating effect of THC continued for months, confirming the appetite enhancement noted in a shorter 6 week study. THC doubled appetite on a visual analogue scale in comparison to placebo. Patients tended to retain a stable body weight over the course of seven months. A positive influence on body weight was also reported in 15 patients with Alzheimer’s disease who were previously refusing food.

Spasticity

In many clinical trials of THC, nabilone and cannabis, a beneficial effect on spasticity caused by multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury has been observed. Among other positively influenced symptoms were pain, paraesthesia, tremor and ataxia. In some studies improved bladder control was observed. There is also some anecdotal evidence of a benefit of cannabis in spasticity due to lesions of the brain.

Movement Disorders

There are some positive anecdotal reports of therapeutic response to cannabis in Tourette’s syndrome, dystonia and tardive dyskinesia. The use in Tourette’s syndrome is currently being investigated in clinical studies. Many patients achieve a modest improvement, however some show a considerable response or even complete symptom control. In some MS patients, benefits on ataxia and reduction of tremor have been observed following the administration of THC. Despite occasional positive reports, no objective success has been found in parkinsonism or Huntington disease. However, cannabis products may prove useful in levodopa-induced dyskinesia in Parkinson disease without worsening the primary symptoms.

Pain

Large clinical studies have proven analgesic properties of cannabis products. Among possible indications are neuropathic pain due to multiple sclerosis, damage of the brachial plexus and HIV infection, pain in rheumatoid arthritis, cancer pain, headache, menstrual pain, chronic bowel inflammation and neuralgias. Combination with opioids is possible.

Glaucoma

In 1971, during a systematic investigation of its effects in healthy cannabis users, it was observed that cannabis reduces intraocular pressure. In the following 12 years a number of studies in healthy individuals and glaucoma patients with cannabis and several natural and synthetic cannabinoids were conducted. cannabis decreases intraocular pressure by an average 25-30%, occasionally up to 50%. Some non-psychotropic cannabinoids, and to a lesser extent, some non-cannabinoid constituents of the hemp plant also decrease intraocular pressure.

Epilepsy

The use in epilepsy is among its historically oldest indications of cannabis. Animal experiments provide evidence of the antiepileptic effects of some cannabinoids. The anticonvulsant activity of phenytoin and diazepam have been potentiated by THC. According to a few case reports from the 20th century, some epileptic patients continue to utililize cannabis to control an otherwise unmanageable seizure disorder. Cannabis use may occasionally precipitate convulsions.

Asthma

Experiments examining the anti-asthmatic effect of THC or cannabis date mainly from the 1970s, and are all acute studies. The effects of a cannabis cigarette (2% THC) or oral THC (15 mg), respectively, approximately correspond to those obtained with therapeutic doses of common bronchodilator drugs (salbutamol, isoprenaline). Since inhalation of cannabis products may irritate the mucous membranes, oral administration or another alternative delivery system would be preferable. Very few patients developed bronchoconstriction after inhalation of THC.

Dependency and Withdrawal

According to historical and modern case reports cannabis is a good remedy to combat withdrawal in dependency on benzodiazepines, opiates and alcohol. For this reason, some have referred to it as a gateway drug back. In this context, both the reduction of physical withdrawal symptoms and stress connected with discontinuance of drug abuse may play a role in its observed benefits.

Psychiatric Symptoms

An improvement of mood in reactive depression has been observed in several clinical studies with THC. There are additional case reports claiming benefit of cannabinoids in other psychiatric symptoms and diseases, such as sleep disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, and dysthymia. Various authors have expressed different viewpoints concerning psychiatric syndromes and cannabis. While some emphasize the problems caused by cannabis, others promote the therapeutic possibilities. Quite possibly cannabis products may be either beneficial or harmful, depending on the particular case. The attending physician and the patient should be open to a critical examination of the topic, and a frankness to both possibilities.

Autoimmune Diseases and Inflammation

In a number of painful syndromes secondary to inflammatory processes (e.g. ulcerative colitis, arthritis), cannabis products may act not only as analgesics but also demonstrate anti-inflammatory potential. For example, some patients employing cannabis report a decrease in their need for steroidal and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Moreover there are some reports of positive effects of cannabis self-medication in allergic conditions. It is as yet unclear whether cannabis products may have a relevant effects on causative processes of autoimmune diseases.

Miscellaneous, Mixed Syndromes

There are a number of positive patient reports on medical conditions that cannot be easily assigned to the above categories, such as pruritus, hiccup, ADS (attention deficit syndrome), high blood pressure, tinnitus, chronic fatigue syndrome, restless leg syndrome, and others. Several hundreds possible indications for cannabis and THC have been described by different authors. For example, 2,5 to 5 mg THC were effective in three patients with pruritus due to liver diseases. Another example is the successful treatment of a chronic hiccup that developed after a surgery. No medication was effective, but smoking of a cannabis cigarette completely abolished the symptoms.

Cannabis products often show very good effects in diseases with multiple symptoms that encompassed within the spectrum of THC effects, for example, in painful conditions that have an inflammatory origin (e.g., arthritis), or are accompanied by increased muscle tone (e.g., menstrual cramps, spinal cord injury), or in diseases with nausea and anorexia accompanied by pain, anxiety and depression, respectively (e.g. AIDS, cancer, hepatitis C).

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WEED HACKS: As fun as smoking weed can be, every frequent stoner knows that getting high isn’t always as simple as we would like it to be. Grinders go missing, pipes break, cotton mouth will always try to wreck your make-out sessions, and lighters that were accounted for while you were grinding, packing, and/or rolling always seem to vanish the second you’re ready to take that first puff. On top of all of that, although our culture’s misconceptions about marijuana have been slowly changing for the better in recent years, weed still isn’t accepted in most places — so learning how to blaze with discretion is kind of essential, too.

Fortunately, though, despite the numerous stereotypes that would suggest otherwise, stoners can be pretty dang resourceful, (especially about their bud) so there are a lot of cool weed hacks that can make your whole high experience much simpler and even more enjoyable.

If you’re a self-proclaimed marijuana enthusiast, then you already know there’s a vast wealth of weed wisdom out there to aid you with even the most ridiculous of pot-related problems. But whether you’re a weed genius, a weed novice, or somewhere in between (like myself) there are certain pot hacks that are simple enough for any smoker to take advantage of.

1. Use A Bobby Pin To Clean Ash Out Of Your Bowl & De-Clog Your Pipe

I can’t even count how many times I’ve used one of my bobby pins to clean the ash out of a bowl or de-clog a pipe or a one-hitter. It’s perfect, because if you’re anything like me, you pretty much always have a bobby pin handy. The only downside to this hack is, if you need to de-clog your actual pipe instead of just your bowl, you’ll have to straighten out (and thus ruin) your bobby pin to do it — but bobby pins are super cheap and incredibly effective at clearing passageways. So, if you’re in a bind and have bobby pins to spare, give it a shot.

2. Keep Lip Balm With Your Weed Paraphernalia

As you undoubtedly already know, weed will dry you out fast, and not having access to lip balm when that happens (especially if you’re trying to initiate a make-out session) can be pretty miserable. So consider keeping some lip balm wherever you keep all your weed stuff, and also try to remember to keep some in your handbag and/or pockets for when you’re smoking away from home. That way, when cotton mouth turns your lips to sandpaper, the sweet, soothing solution will always be within your grasp.

Personally, I’d suggest a mint-flavored lip balm because it helps with dry lips, any unfortunate smoker’s breath you might develop, and also just because you won’t find a much tastier mixture than good bud and yummy mint.

3. … And Sunglasses Too

You probably don’t need me to tell you this, but sunglasses are essential if you’ve been daytime smoking and then have to go out in public. It’s so much easier to relax and enjoy your high when you don’t have to worry about your eyes looking too red or too low. Plus, UV rays are no joke. So, consider keeping a pair of shades in your handbag at all times.

4. Suck On Candy Or Mints While You Smoke

Personally, I’d give Jolly Ranchers a try — but pretty much any kind of candy or mint will work well, too. What you’ll do is just pop the treat of your choice into your mouth while you’re prepping your bowl/bong/joint/blunt/vape, suck on it until you can really taste all it’s sweet and/or sour-y goodness, and then keep it in your cheek while you puff. It’s indescribably delicious, and it will also help you combat both cotton mouth and the munchies.

5. Use A Clean Penny & A Pill Bottle As A Makeshift Grinder

Losing and/or misplacing your grinder sucks, but if you have access to a penny and any kind of pill bottle, it doesn’t have to keep you from getting lifted. Clean the penny (or whatever coin you end up using) with rubbing alcohol first, (because money is notoriously gross) then drop a nugget or two in an empty pill bottle with the clean penny, pop the bottle’s lid into place, and shake. Voila!

6. Smoke Before Meal Times

The munchies can be overpowering, but you can smoke pot without clearing your pantry or raiding your fridge, (if you consider that a bad thing). If you plan your highs around your meals, (particularly if you just wait to smoke until you’re about to eat dinner) then you should be able to avoid the over-indulging that is often associated with smoking marijuana. The food will taste even more delicious, and you’re actually likely to have a better sense of when you’re full if you eat with a spirit of high mindfulness.

7. Keep A Back-Up Stash Somewhere Safe

I’m by no means suggesting you should go all Ilana Wexler and hide weed in your body cavities. Also, running out of weed really isn’t that big of a deal unless you’re using it strictly to treat a medical condition.

That said, it’s still nice to have a back-up stash sometimes. Especially because, in true stoner fashion, you’ll probably forget about it for a good while and then happen upon it at the most opportune time. (At least, that’s how it usually works for me.) Just don’t forget to store it well (mason jars are great) and keep it somewhere your pets and young relatives won’t find it.

8. Make Your Own Bong Out Of A Plastic Bottle

OK, so I’ve never actually made my own DIY bong — but this awesome lady has, and she makes it look pretty easy. Plus, you know, we should really take advantage of any opportunity to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

9. Keep Lube Handy

While weed can actually make sex more enjoyable for many women, (in many cases it even makes orgasm easier to achieve) it can also cause vaginal dryness — so it’s a good idea to keep lube handy if you’re planning to bong and bang. Personally, I love lube, and would suggest using it whether you’re having sex while drunk, high, or sober — but since “cotton vagina” is a real thing, and vaginal dryness is just the worst, you should for sure stay stocked up on lube if you and your partner like to smoke before having sex.

10. Create Your Own “Chill Out” Mantra For When You’re Feeling Paranoid

Smoking weed rarely makes me feel paranoid, but I have gotten high and then freaked out super hard a couple of times — and because of those experiences, I now have a mantra to calm myself down. What I like to tell myself is this: “everything is exactly the same as it was five minutes ago — you’re just high.” Feel free to repeat this to yourself if you’re ever feeling freaked out after getting high — or make up your own mantra.

11. Use A Drop Of Honey To Keep Joints From Burning Too Quickly

I’ve never tested this out myself, (mostly because I can’t roll for sh*t) but evidently, if you rub a drop of honey over the skin of a rolled joint, it helps prevent said doobie from burning too quickly. Also, it probably smells and tastes delicious.

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Is it OK to ask my Uber driver if they can hook me up with weed if I’m in a state that hasn’t legalized it?

My best answer would be,

Order your weed online and request for discreet delivery. Don’t ask you Uber driver anything. You know, we can sell and deliver you weed.

However, let’s see what others think.

1.Steve Cooper

Sure, go ahead and commit a felony! Get both you and the driver in legal trouble! Asking a Uber driver to do something illegal can be considered a conspiracy, which is a felony in most states. That’s a long time in Heartbreak Hotel, and consequences that will follow you the rest of your life.

Some here will say, “go ahead, no harm in asking,” but then that puts the driver in a bad spot… The driver won’t know if you’re a stoner or a cop or a thief. If I were driving you, and you asked, I’d probably pull over and kick you to the curb. The fare isn’t worth the possible jail time, loss of vehicle, and legal fees. And like one response here, the Uber driver could be a cop supplementing his income… that would put you in a bad situation, no?

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2. Carl Ausdenmoore

Not if you wish to show that person respect. Uber operates in states where pot is illegal and it illegal to drive high everywhere thus Uber has policies in place about drugs. Respect their assistance to you and don’t ask them.

Uber also isn’t an errand service, it’s a door to door taxi service.

3. Francis Lapyre

You do realize that Uber keeps a record of all trips, don’t you? And that the driver is free to report his/her encounter with you to the police? And that some drivers have dash-cams in the car for their own protection?

Performing a service which is not legal is not a good business model, and asking me in particular to do that will get you in deep doo-doo.

4. Simon Kunze

Sure, it’s perfectly fine to ask but be prepared for any answer. Some might be able and willing to help, others won’t have a clue or will refuse to help you – it’s their call and you should respect their stance on the matter.

But asking? Sure, go ahead! 🙂

5. Martin Dulberg

Seriously, why would you even ask such an obvious question? No.

Let me also give you a tip, you never know what your Uber driver does for a living. In my area I know of at least two state troopers who do it on the side. Not sure how kindly they would take to the question.

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Afgooey

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Alaskan Thunderfuck

Apollo 13

Banana Kush

Big Cheese

Black Cherry Soda

Black Magic Kush

Black Rhino [not allowed]

Black Widow

Blackberry

Blackberry Kush

Blue Haze

Blue Thunder

Blue Widow

Blueberry

Blueberry AK..

Blueberry Haze

Blueberry Kush

Blueberry Yum Yum

Bluecheese

Blurberry

Bubble Berry

Bubble Hash

Bubble Kush

Bubblegum

Cali Gold

Cali Hash Plant

Cali Orange Bud (C.O.B.)

California Dream

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Durban Poison

Firewalker OG

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Girl Scout Cookies

Grand Daddy Purple

Grape Ape

Green Poison

Jack Herer

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Mr. Nice Guy

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Pineapple Express

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Smoking Weed USA

One of the only things we knew for certain about the North American weed industry prior to November last year was that regardless of the result of the vote, it was going to be big. Not just big, but spectacularly lucrative. There was no way of telling precisely how big it was likely to be, given the fact that it wasn’t entirely clear which way the nine states taking cannabis to the ballot box would vote.

Of course, we now know that the result of said vote turned out to be nothing short of outstanding for the cannabis community – all nine states having voted to legalise either recreational or medical cannabis. Which in turn meant that as far as economists and analysts were concerned, there was suddenly a lot more information to work with in terms of overall industry values.

2016 may have been an important and prosperous year for legal cannabis in the US, but experts believe we really haven’t seen the even the start of things to come. Last year, total cannabis revenues came in somewhere in the region of $5.7 billion, which in turn meant a total tax bill of approximately $1 billion. Not bad, considering how things were and are only just getting off the ground. Over the next five years however, analysts working with ArcView Research believe that we will see explosive growth across the entire cannabis industry, resulting in the total tally for 2021 coming out in excess of $21 billion.

 

And they’re not the only ones who see things accelerating wildly over the years to come. Quite to the contrary, what with a recent paper published by 10 Cowen & Co. suggesting that when the year 2026 rolls around, the legal cannabis industry in the US could be worth more than $50 billion. If so, this would make the legal cannabis industry perhaps the single fastest-growing new industry ever to have emerged in the United States, in terms of its overall value and tax contributions.

Needless to say therefore, it’s a pretty positive picture that seems to suggest wide reaching and growing benefits for an economy which, let’s face it, is always in need of a boost. Or at least, that would be the case – were it not for a rather large and tenacious onion in the proverbial ointment residing in the Oval Office right now.

Disconcertingly Vague

At the past few years, Donald Trump hasn’t given the weed community, in general, a great deal to go on, when it comes to both his personal opinions on cannabis and how he intends to tackle the issue. Every time he seems to have indicated worryingly conservative views, he has gone on to state that it’s an issue that can and should be controlled by each state individually. Which would seem to suggest that for the most part, there’s not a great deal to worry about.

Which would have been true, if it wasn’t for the fact that Jeff Sessions was recently confirmed as the new US Atty. General. Now, no doubt you’ve already come across more than a few examples of Sessions’ completely OTT and dangerous comments regarding cannabis. Whether it’s executing cannabis dealers, insisting that no “good people” in America smoke cannabis and famously stating that the KKK would be just fine if they didn’t smoke pot, he’s not exactly earned a reputation as a friend of the cannabis community. And given the fact that he has his finger on the big-red Federal law button, it’s all a little bit scary.

More recently, he was questioned directly on these exact statements and his views on cannabis legislation in general. Rather than backtracking, clarifying his stance or giving any indication whatsoever as to how he intends to proceed, he simply confirmed that he is not “ruling out” the enforcement of Federal law.  Which is, suffice to say, what the cannabis community for the most part sees as a real doomsday scenario.

The only question now being – will he actually have the audacity to go through with it?

That’s something only time will tell, but given the incredibly controversial action taken so far by the Trump Administration in various areas, it’s far from beyond the realms of possibility.

A Select Few Outcomes

The thing is though, while the cannabis community in general remains well and truly rattled, confused and unable to even guess what’s going to happen, realistically speaking there are only a few ways things could go. Or more accurately, a total of five possible outcomes in terms of how Trump, Sessions and Co. could decide to handle cannabis. Of which some are of course fundamentally more terrifying than others, but when looking at things from a logical standpoint, it also seems relatively clear which are the most probable.

That is of course, assuming that logic is something that comes into the equation!

So when the dust has settled following Trump’s turbulent arrival and the cannabis issue is brought to the table, what are the scenarios we could well be looking at?

Scenario 1 – Game Over

It goes without saying that the worst possible case scenario would be that of Sessions deciding that the time has come to declare war on cannabis and choosing to fire the first salvo. The scary thing being that as cannabis still remains entirely illegal at a Federal level – both recreational and medical cannabis alike – every single person across the US using, buying, selling or working with the stuff in any way is technically breaking the law. Which in turn means that if Federal law was to be enforced, millions could face criminal charges. To enforce Federal law would see the entire industry annihilated, leading not only to ruin for tens of thousands of currently-legitimate business owners but untold misery and agony for millions of medical cannabis users. It’s a far-fetched idea to any sane person, but it’s certainly not out of the question.

Scenario 2 – Goodbye Recreational

One considerably more plausible scenario than outright war on cannabis as a whole is that of the newly installed government instead aiming their arsenal square early and exclusively at recreational cannabis. For one thing, the recreational cannabis industry is currently in its infancy. For another, deciding to abolish recreational cannabis would mean that medical cannabis users would still be able to gain access to the essential treatment they need. This is a move the government could see as ‘nipping the problem in the bud’ and would probably gain a lot of support nationwide. After all, the overwhelming majority of US citizens may support medical marijuana – recreational cannabis continues to divide the public fairly equally down the middle.

Scenario 3 – Progress Halted

Something else the government could decide to do, albeit an incredibly complicated and difficult option, would be to ensure that the current spread of the industry is halted in its tracks. Or to put it another way, business as usual can continue in states where cannabis has been legalised, but no new states will be allowed to join the party. Of course, it would probably be impossible to bring into effect any actual law with these kinds of unbalanced stipulations. But at the same time, Sessions and Co. could make it so incredibly difficult for any new states to get involved that it would be largely impossible for them to do so.  Given the complexity of the issue, this seems like a highly improbable outcome.

Scenario 4 – Trump’s Total Support

Highly unlikely for the time being but certainly a plausible prospect for the future, it’s worth remembering that Donald Trump is a businessman. Not only this, but a spectacularly capable businessman and the president that has promised to pump billions back in the US every year, create jobs, support good causes and so on. As such, to walk away from an industry that promises more than $10 billion in tax revenues every year would seem to be a ridiculous and unthinkable move. Moreover, should Trump decide to pledge his support to the US cannabis industry, he could make history by de-scheduling pot at a Federal level. And if he does, the growth we’re likely to see over the coming years could be nothing short of mind-blowing.

Scenario 5 – The Passive Approach

Last but not least, the single most probable outcome of all is that of Trump and Co. deciding not to do anything at all. Or more specifically, leaving the cannabis community as they are right now and allowing each individual state to come up with and enforce its own cannabis policy. All of which makes sense for two very good reasons – the first of which being that the current system is both working well and has the support of the public. Secondly, there’s the way in which Trump has way bigger fish to fry than the cannabis issue and leaving things as they are would allow him to effectively escape criticism on either side of the fence. Cannabis critics would salute him for not touching Federal law, while the pro-cannabis community would breathe the biggest collective sigh of relief in its history.

Still, there are some who remain optimistic enough to actually welcome Sessions’ appointment. One of which being National Cannabis Industry Association executive director Aaron Smith, as quoted by Seed Supreme:

“We look forward to Attorney General Sessions maintaining the current federal policy of respect for legal, regulated cannabis programs in the states, and we will work with him to do that,” said Smith.

“State-legal cannabis businesses generate billions of dollars in economic activity and support tens of thousands of good-paying jobs. The projected value of the legal cannabis industry in the U.S. for 2016 is $6.7 billion, and that market value is expected to grow to $21.8 billion by 2020.”

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Smoking Weed

The legalization of weed to many states in the US is great news for many Americans. It really benefited all those who would use marijuana for medical purposes and even those who don’t.

For those who are clueless on weed’s different uses, benefits and anything related to it, then this article will provide you all the information. It should also be a reminder to those who want to know more about marijuana that this substance shouldn’t be abused and if possible, only use it when it is part of your medical treatment.

Getting Started on Weed

Indica VS Sativa – There are two kinds of marijuana – Indica and Sativa. For Indica, this particular variety is the one that makes the user sleepy. It is good for anyone who wants to relieve pain, anxiety, sleeplessness and experience a body high. Sativa, on the other hand, is good for anyone who wants to b e more upbeat, anyone who wants to experience cerebral high or anyone who wants to become artistic. This type of marijuana increases your imaginative capability and makes you sleepless especially when you smoke it before bedtime.

Know the Different Terms for Weed

Just like anything else, people have different ways of referring to marijuana based on their culture. Your peers may say it at one point and you eventually have no idea what they’re talking about. So get to know some terms that stoners use to refer to marijuana:
  • Mary Jane
  • Grass
  • Spliffo
  • Bannaner
  • SHIT
  • GOOD SHIT
  • FUCKIN ASS SHIT
  • Will-Leaves Nelson
  • Weed
  • Texazz Pee
  • Funny Oregano
  • Joke Smoke
  • Barack O’Blamma
All of these names may seem unlikely and weird but it’s a stoner’s world out there.

Just Say NO to Blunts

The new generation of users made the tobacco leaf rolling papers for marijuana delivery very popular. This type of delivery can kill the taste of myriad delicious strains and can even cause the user to have addiction towards the nicotine.

Know Your Equipment

As you may know, there are several ways to deliver marijuana. One example is through the use of vaporizers which can be good for eliminating the smoke’s funky smell especially if you don’t want anyone around you to notice that you’re smoking joint. The high that a smoker usually experiences in vape is not that intense and won’t last that long. A bong on the other hand is considered to be a bit disgusting and it filters the most noxious elements of combustion.

Ways of Consuming Marijuana

Smoking Marijuana is the most traditional way of consumption but for the modern day people, it can be consumed in so many different ways. Here are a few examples of how people smoke their Marijuana:
  • Joint – This weed consumption is rolled inside a paper that is similar to a cigarette.
  • Pipe – The weed is usually placed in the pipe and the smoke is much stronger than the joint.
  • Brownies – If you are not into smoking then brownies are the most enjoyable way of consuming marijuana.
  • Bongs – This large pipe will require you to ingest all the smoke in a single inhalation so it may not be appropriate for first timers.

Giggling Man is an Oxymoron

If it is your first time smoking, then you are free to giggle all you want. This is normal since the primary effect of weed will enhance your sense of enjoyment for all the things around you. But once you get used to smoking it, make sure to learn some dignity in the process. You must be strong enough to overcome the giggles and munchies. Just concentrate your mind to the new perceptions that marijuana has provided you instead.

Expectations

If you feel paranoid when using marijuana, it’s because the substance gives you a different perspective of yourself. It gives you a view wherein it is the opposite of normal and provides you with a glimpse of something which you might not have done before. This is something that can be a bit difficult to endure for first timers since they are mostly expecting to have a high feeling rather than the opposite. Just know that it is a normal thing to happen even for those who have been smoking weed for quite some time.

Now that you know what to expect for your first time using marijuana, make sure to always be responsible of your actions. If possible, don’t smoke it daily but for medical reasons only.

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Last year, the Canadian government announced that they will legalize weed in Canada. Last week, the Canadian government, under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, unveiled its plans to do so.

The Cannabis Act is an act that was introduced to Canadian Parliament in 2017 that would legalize weed in Canada. It is a milestone in the legal history of cannabis in Canada, alongside the 1923 prohibition.
Should the Cannabis Act pass in Canadian Parliament, this country would become the second nation in the world, after Uruguay, to regulate a legal marijuana market.  While this feels like a long time coming, as it was one of Trudeau’s biggest endorsements while he was campaigning for office, it is definitely exciting to see it begin to come to fruition.

According to CNN

The legislation “seeks to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to cannabis, and it will make Canada safer,” said Bill Blair, parliamentary secretary to the minister of justice.

There are several items of interest under the Cannabis Act, but some of the most outstanding and general items include

  • The government in Canada would be the authority on regulation and would create a system to regulate marijuana production, distribution, and sales and would collect licensing fees and taxes from sales
  • Producing or distributing marijuana outside the government regulation would be considered serious offenses by the government
  • Adults (ages 21 and up) would be able to have up to 30 grams of legal marijuana in public and can also purchase marijuana from licensed retail outlets
  • Adults will be permitted to grow up to four marijuana plants per household
  • New legal offenses would be added that would prohibit people from driving while they’re impaired by marijuana and other drugs; law enforcement is expected to use saliva tests for checking drivers
  • Marijuana cannot be brought over the border under any circumstance; this law is specific to the country of Canada

Real Marijuana Weed Blog is looking forward to having our Northern neighbor be one of the countries to pioneer this space in cannabis policy reform and hopes to see the U.S. soon follow in their footsteps.

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United Airlines CEO needs weed advice for better speech making after the scenario where the United Airlines Security beat an old doctor while deplaning him.

United Airlines is a mess right now. WOW! Who Does that? Okay. I won’t say the CEO of the company is the one who dragged the old man out of the plane. But, Jeez! Did you listen to his speech?

First, let’s get you up to speed if you don’t know what happened. Just watch this video.

 

After watching, perhaps I think I still need to give you a recap of the story.

When United Airlines oversold flight 3411 by four seats, the crew offered $800 to passengers to reschedule.

Nobody moved.

United needed to put four crew members on the plane, so they randomly chose four passengers and commanded them to de-plane.

One was Dr. David Dao. He refused to move, insisting he had patients to see the next morning. So they called security.

Security guards literally DRAGGED him out of his seat and off the plane. Horrified passengers caught the incident on video. You can see blood oozing from Dr. Dao’s mouth.

Nothing goes viral like a big corporation dragging a bleeding 67 year old doctor down the aisle of an airplane!

The USA Today Headline said:

United Airlines CEO doubles down, says employees followed procedures, flier was ‘belligerent’

I quote:

“This situation was unfortunately compounded when one of the passengers we politely asked to deplane refused and it became necessary to contact Chicago Aviation Security Officers to help,” the letter says. “While I deeply regret this situation arose, I also emphatically stand behind all of you, and I want to commend you for continuing to go above and beyond to ensure we fly right.”

“This is an upsetting event to all of us here at United. I apologize for having to re-accommodate these customers.”

Have you ever been on the receiving end of a BAD APOLOGY?

This has to be the worst apology I’ve heard in years. I predict United CEO Oscar Munoz’ head will roll over this.

This is a STELLAR example of being technically right about a bureaucratic policy, but having an emotional IQ of minus 12.

There’s something very very important we all need to glean from his awful apology.

Okay. Looking around the world today, we see leaders making horrible speeches. They are causing more pain with their words or lack of it thereof, destroying the faith their voters or Board of Directors have on them. Just have a look at the speeches of Donald Trump and you will see that this needs fixing.

On the other hand, President Barack Obama made really good speeches. We might want to consider that this guy has some really dark lips. He has been a gentle Weed consumer before and during his presidency and when it comes to using the game of words to getting the country together, his art was spotless.

What strains did President Obama take? How did he manage his dosage? What else did he do to make sure that he was ready for his speeches and delivered them with a bang?

Okay. Let’s get our guy Barack here and bring out his game of words after taking his weed. Perhaps President Obama could have made a speech like this:

“I was as horrified as all Americans everywhere when I witnessed a 67 year old doctor being dragged from one of our airplanes.

“As CEO of United, I take full responsibility for this. It is utterly against our values for any passenger to be treated that way. I have personally called this man and apologized and asked if he will meet with me and our board members privately, so that all of us can express our sorrow over this incident.

“For a very complex set of reasons, the airline had no choice but to ask four passengers to de-plane. In this particular situation, none of the passengers were willing to re-route. We have never encountered that exact situation. Our policy manual did not provide an appropriate set of actions for our crew.

“Had this passenger been carrying weapons or behaving inappropriately, then the use of force would have been entirely appropriate. But it was not appropriate for this 67 year old doctor. So we will be revamping our procedures. We will also closely examine the systems that led to this flight being overbooked in the first place.

I apologize to our employees, our passengers, our Club members, and all airline patrons everywhere. We will make sure this never happens again.”

You see?

Better, right?

Let’s get this straight. The Only way to forgive is a good apology.

One of the things they never teach you in business school, or PR school, is how to issue a sincere and meaningful apology.

YOU CANNOT PROPERLY APOLOGIZE IF YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO ADMIT GUILT.

And if you can’t apologize properly, you’ll never be forgiven properly.

This incident dinged United’s stock price and gave them a black eye in front of millions of people.

From now on, every time United overbooks a flight and has to ask passengers to re-route, this story will be murmured throughout the entire plane. This incident cost the company somewhere between $10 million and $100 million.

Everybody knows that regardless of any policy or situation, no passenger who bought a ticket and who was promised a seat should be violently dragged from their seat.

And yes, somebody is guilty.

Swallow your pride, Mr. CEO (ALL of us are guilty at times, are we not?) and admit your guilt.

I promise you, everything will go FAR better afterwards, especially after you take some weed, or some weed advice from the speech artisists of your time like President Barack Obama.

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Is Weed Legal in Colorado? Are the Weed Laws Different for Tourists?

Yes, and anyone can buy weed in Colorado, residents and non-residents. However, you need to be over the age of 21 to purchase or have a medical weed card from a licensed doctor. Medical Marijuana cards are for Colorado residents only. If you are a tourist from another state or country, you can only buy from recreational stores licensed by the state of Colorado. The laws are a bit different, as you can only buy a max of 1/4 ounce of flower at a time, but the state of Colorado may be changing that in the near future.

Can I Buy Weed without a Medical Card?

Yes, you do not need a medical card to buy weed in Colorado. You will need to make purchases at state licensed recreational stores rather than medical dispensaries though.

Can I get my Medical Card if I am not a Colorado Resident?

Unfortunately no.

What are some top selling weeds in Colorado?

Below is a list of top 6 selling weed in Colorado and it dynamically auto updates.

  • Hash Oil

    The Ferrari of Marijuana Extraction is Hash Oil. This dark thick oily liquid can be used for dipping your rolling papers, putting in a pipe, hot knives or anywhere else you can spread this thick extract. Hash oil is highly concentrated.
    $150 Add to cart
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  • Cheese

    80% of the nugs of Cheese are covered in orange hairs with small bits of lime green. Completely covered in crystals! Absolutely stunning. This strain definately lives up to its name. Looks like its dusted with powdered cheese. Pic doesn’t give it justice at all. 10/10
    4.00 out of 5
    $300 Add to cart
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  • Girl Scout Cookies

    So unique. Just ike the smell. Velvety thick textured smoke that coats your mouth with the flavor and then stays there. THIN MINTS! No joke, it’s very earthy and chocolatey. You will understand why this strain is called GS Cookies.
    $300 Add to cart
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  • Sour Diesel

    Sour Diesel Cannabis Strain

    Purple Kush/Sour Diesel is very Vivid and deep body stone. Slight euphoric mind high.And a little energetic and creativity,but this is a strain for relaxing pain and insomnia.Sour Diesel marijuana strain is a world-famous Sativa marijuana. The breeders of this cannabis strain remain unknown. The strain is also known as Sour D. The herb was named after its aroma, an intoxicating smell of lemons and pungent stench of diesel fuel. Sour Diesel marijuana is very potent, with THC levels of up to 23%. Beginners should proceed with caution and be mindful of the dose to avoid paranoia . Sour Diesel marijuana is good for daytime use due to stimulating properties.

    Type of High

    Sour Diesel marijuana strain induces uplifted, energizing, cerebral high. Boosts creativity, prompts giggles, relieves stress and depression. Might cause light-headed sensation and inability to concentrate on task at hand. Controls pain and nausea.

    Genetics

    Sour Diesel cannabis strain is a cross of Original Diesel and unknown Skunk phenotype.

    Average THC / CBD Level

    • 18.50/23.21% THC
    • 0.90/1.76% CBD
    • 1.04/2.83% CBN
    $300 Add to cart
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  • AK 47 Seeds

    A great smoke for hanging out with friends, this is one of the best social marijuana strains we offer.Smokers all over the world have fallen in love with it
    $100 Add to cart
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What do you need to purchase weed in a licensed weed shop?

All you need is any valid form of government-issued identification, from anywhere in the world, proving that you are over the age of 21.

When are Recreational Weed stores open?

Legally stores are allowed to be open between 8 am and 12 am daily. Denver closes their stores at 7 pm though. You may need to travel to a city bordering Denver if you arrive after 7 pm.

What types of weed will the stores sell?

You will see a number of different flower strains categorized by their strains ranging from strong Indicas to strong Sativas and everything in between. Each strain can have different effects so be sure to ask the budtender for assistance in choosing the best marijuana for you. Strong Sativas strains are known for their general uplifting, energizing, and head high effects while Indicas are known for their full body highs and sedative effects.
Recreational marijuana stores will also sell a number of other types of marijuana products, including but not limited to:

  • Concentrates: essential oils of the cannabis plant. Warning: these can be very potent!
  • Edibles: Cannabis infused foods, candies, or drinks. Warning: These can be very potent! Be sure to check the serving size before enjoying and remember the effects can take up to an hour to hit you.
  • Transdermal Products: creams, lotions, massage oils and such infused with cannabis. These products are not psychoactive and will not get you high.
  • Seeds: seeds that can be used to grow your own marijuana plants. Stores will have many different strains of Indicas and Sativas.
  • Clones: healthy seedlings that are ready be grown.

How much will it cost?

Legal marijuana in the state of Colorado is going to be competitively priced. Denver has a sales tax of 21.12%, and you can find marijuana for around $15-$25/gram before taxes. Buying the maximum amount (7g for non-residents) at each store will lower the price per gram significantly. Top shelf cannabis will be more expensive, but not significantly different. If you want to get the best bang for your buck, buy mid-grade and maybe one or two grams of a top shelf, favorite strain to save for a special occasion.

Where can I buy pot?

Although you cannot buy cannabis at gas stations or liquor stores just yet, you can buy it at any state licensed store. For a list and map of current locations check out our Retail Shop Directory! If you do not have a medical card, you cannot buy it from Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, but some Medical Marijuana Dispensaries may also sell Recreationally.

How Much Weed can I buy?

Out of state visitors may only purchase 7 grams of marijuana per transaction, and possess up to one ounce. In state residents may purchase and possess a maximum of one ounce at a time.

Can I take marijuana home if I live in another state or country?

No. All marijuana and marijuana products purchased in Colorado must be consumed in Colorado.

Where can I consume my recent purchase?

Legally, you can only consume in private or you risk a civil penalty of $75-$150. However, at many public events in Colorado you will see citizens openly consuming in public as a form of civil disobedience. This happens all the time in Denver, especially during the 4/20 celebrations. We do not recommend breaking the law, but just walking around in downtown Denver you will most likely see someone violating the public consumption law.

What is a dab?

Dabs are often compared to the hard liquor of the cannabis world, and can be found in many forms. Dabs are the essential oils and waxes of the cannabis plant that are extracted and concentrated into a potent wax form. They are known for their high concentration of THC. Smoking a dab is much stronger than smoking flowers. If you are not a regular cannabis consumer with a high tolerance, we recommend using extreme caution.

If you’re considering purchasing or doing a dab, it is also important to know what is in the essential oil being offered or sold and if it is safe. Many extracts may not have been purged correctly, and may contain residual amounts of butane or other solvents. CO2 oil is often noted as the safest oil because critical extraction machines that use CO2 as the only solvent extract it.

Will using a topical get me stoned?

No, topicals do not have a psychoactive affect. They are used for localized relief of inflammation, pain, or soreness. Do not confuse topicals with transdermal patches though.

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