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  • Johnny Hash
    Published 4 years ago
    More Things Weed Smokers Should Know

    More Things Weed Smokers Should Know

    So, your a bonafide stoner now. You've studied the things every weed smoker should know, and you're feeling confident. You are the master blunt-roller. An expert bowl-packer, and maybe even a novice dabber— but something is missing. Maybe when your friends break out the bud you can't quite tell what strain it is. Or you tried to grow your own stash and accidentally gave your sweet little baby plants heat stroke from messing with your lamps and bulbs. You've learned a lot, young Padawan, but there is always room to learn more. Tune in and turn on as we cover even MORE things weed smokers should know.
  • Stoner Girl Diary
    Published 4 years ago
    You Know You're A Stoner Girl When

    You Know You're A Stoner Girl When

    Stoner girls are a rare breed of female. Some of us like to get baked then go shopping for hours, others hate shopping and would rather play video games and build gravity bongs all day, and the last bunch of us of would much rather enjoy a skate sesh and munching on some pizza afterwards. We are all part of the same tribe yet there is still so much diversity to be found amongst all of us, however, these are nine things that we all definitely have in common.
  • George Gott
    Published 4 years ago
    How to Break the Stoner Stereotype

    How to Break the Stoner Stereotype

    So, what is ‘the stoner stereotype’ exactly? Lazy, lethargic, always late, has uncontrollable munchies, can’t be relied on and so forth. You get it, Harold and Kumar types. The issue is that many important people in your life who you might not want to think of you as a stoner (such as business owners, investors, potential partners, clientele or even your parents) might judge you according to these labels. You don’t want that, trust me! I’m not saying all of them think badly about weed or weed smokers, but for those who do, we need to help change their perceptions. Steve Jobs, Carl Sagan, Bill Gates, Michael Phelps, the list goes on, are all recognized as successful individuals who use/d marijuana recreationally without any 'real' problems – apart from a few run-ins with the law. The stigma attached to pot smoking needs to change, and that’s why I’m here. I’m here to tell you exactly why that stigma is, well, just a stigma and nothing more than that. Hopefully after reading this, it will help you break the stoner stereotype and not just be smart about it, but act it too!
  • Potent Staff
    Published 4 years ago
    Best Medical Marijuana Dispensaries By State

    Best Medical Marijuana Dispensaries By State

    With marijuana legalized in almost half of the United States, for both medicinal and recreational use, demand has skyrocketed. To meet this demand, new dispensaries are opening up across the US. Just like in any industry, these dispensaries range from spectacular to very disappointing, and in order to help you experience only the best in customer service, patient care, and product quality, we’ve made a list of the best medical marijuana dispensaries in each state! Without further ado, let’s get token.
  • Mackenzie Lu
    Published 4 years ago
    How to Give a Cannabis Massage

    How to Give a Cannabis Massage

    Cannabis topicals can relieve pain. With anti-inflammatory potent compounds, marijuana topicals are amazing for muscle pain treatment. Imagine the amazing ways particular marijuana strains can heal the mind. Give a cannabis massage to yourself with your favorite marijuana topicals. Proper application can rejuvenate the body, relieve headaches and ease anxiety. Most cannabis oils can be found in your local dispensary, others marijuana topicals are homemade.
  • Sigmund Fried
    Published 4 years ago
    Delta-9 THC Health Benefits

    Delta-9 THC Health Benefits

    Marijuana grows and propagates differently from every other plant in the world. It determines its sex differently, it buds and flourishes, dies and decays, cures and burns a little differently than any other vegetable. The belated discovery of marijuana’s organic complexity was preceded by an ancient and rich history of its usage. Delta-9 THC was isolated in 1965. It's the THC that gets you high, of this nearly everyone agrees, and it also appears to be responsible for most of the other physical effects that follow marijuana ingestion. Weed lovers learned about this almost as soon as the government botanists isolated the stuff, so that nowadays an online industry exists to facilitate by means mechanical and agricultural the extraction of THC out of pot or the cultivation of high-THC strains of marijuana. In 1968, pure-THC studies started demonstrating the two most immediately conspicuous systemic effects of the drug: changes in the eyeballs and in the stomach. By mechanisms that remain a perfect mystery, pot dependably causes a visible reddening of the eye-whites by congesting the conjunctival lining at the edges of the eyelids, and also it works somewhere in the brain to settle the stomach and eliminate nausea.