Sunday, 28 November 2010

Cannabis treated illnesses

            As some of you might already know, cannabis help with various illnesses, some of the main ones are treating nausea, vomiting, unintentional weight loss, insomnia, and lack of appetite. Cannabis also relieves symptoms of multiple sclerosis and spinal injuries by relaxing muscles and stimulating appetite. Other studies have shown cannabis or cannabinoids may be useful in treating alcohol abuse, arthritis, asthma, bipolar disorder, cancer, depression, epilepsy, digestive diseases , hepatitis C, Huntington's disease , leukemia, skin tumors, Parkinson's disease, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep apnea, and anorexia. So if you have any of those or you know anyone who does and is not satisfied with current treatments, look into cannabis!

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Mixing alcohol with cannabis

            Sorry for not posting lately, been really busy, ok now own with todays post,  it's about mixing cannabis and alcohol, let get this through first - this isn't gonna be anti-alcohol or something like that. Now there's saying a saw around the internet a couple of times "Grass before beer you're in the clear, beer before grass you're on your a**" and it kind of makes sense,just a few days ago I had quite a lot of beer (Not a drinker by the way , I used to drink quite a bit before, but now I've almost stopped) and smoked a little bit of cannabis, at first I felt good, but after like 30 minutes everything was starting to go downhill, I felt really "heavy" and it wasn't that bad at first, after another 15 minutes I was barely able to stand up, sweating a lot, feeling extremely nauseaus, heart is pounding and just one of the worst feeling in the world, so, if anyone wants to try this, use alcohol in moderation (I'd say no more then 2-3 beers (6% percent in alcohol in my situation)). Best idea would be just not to mix the 2.

Monday, 15 November 2010

Prop 203 passed! (Arizona Medical Marijuana)

            So just recently the Arizona medical marijuana law passed with 50.13% Yes and 49.87% No, it was a really close one, it passed just by 0.26%. So congrats to you Arizonians on joining in on the states who allow MMJ. People with cancer, AIDs, HIV, Alzheimer’s, Hepatitis C and so on might really benefit from this, because conventional drugs are nearly not as good as cannabis, and doctors can now legally prescribe cannabis , quite a few have been doing it illegally to help their patients.

Sunday, 14 November 2010

Uses of Cannabis

           Another chart, showing the different uses of cannabis.

Friday, 12 November 2010


             Just some info today, getting educated doesn't hurt!

Wednesday, 10 November 2010


            Just a quick post today, I just wanted to share this youtube channel of this guy called Hashbean420, I just love his videos, he does have some skills at smoking :D

Monday, 8 November 2010


           If anyone has any interest in growing cannabis or for any other reason would like to know a good seed bank, press here. It's the Attitude Seed Bank, which ,by my standards, is one of the best. And remember - with seeds, you don't always get what you pay for, some people might just put on a huge price for genetics that you might get elsewhere for just a fracture of the price, a couple of good brands - Nirvana (good and cheap genetics, however there may be some variation between the plants),Big Buddha Seeds (mainly cheese strains), DJ Short, Dutch Passion Seeds, Paradise Seeds and so on. I might post some strain reviews later if anyone's interested.

Friday, 5 November 2010


            The thing I want to talk about today is homegrown cannabis vs. bought, now I'll be talking about the illegal market, will explain why later. Now the first reason to grow your own is quality, there's 99% chance that you won't find bud as good as some that has been grown for personal consumption, mainly because of the contamination that I explained in my previous blog, then the marijuana that people buy usually goes around quite a lot of hands and a lot of THC trichomes fall off (the mushroom like things on the buds) and the cannabis dries out in that time. Then there's a chance of getting ripped off and it's a quite high, who wouldn't like making more money and selling less or lower quality product? And there's dealing with the shady dealers, who would like that? But of course there are downsides, the constant fear of getting caught for example or putting in quite a lot of money into a grow setup and end up killing your plants (but practice makes perfect). And the reasons why I'm talking about the illegal market is that in a legal one, you're buying quality product (well mostly) ,it's legal and most vendors actually are friendly (duh...).

Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Prop 19 did not pass...

           So, sad news, today prop 19 didn't pass and as far as I read, about 50% percent of smokers in CA opposed this initiative, mainly because it wasn't their idea of legalization, it's a sad thing that Californians passed away a thing that might have changed a lot of this. However all is not lost, the "next big thing" is the "California Cannabis Hemp & Health Initiative 2012" it would've been up to voting yesterday, however due to lack of signatures and funding (probably because of Jack Herers health problems) it didn't go though, but even some smokers for some reason (regulations maybe?) oppose this one also, I'm starting to think that people don't even know what they want...

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Marijuana - The gateway drug!

        Do you believe that cannabis is a direct cause of getting addicted to the hard stuff? Well you're wrong, in no way cannabis is a gateway drug, after using it no one will feel the need to get heroin or cocaine, and prohibition is probably making influence to this theory, in a bad way of course, if you don't have enough money for marijuana your dealer might offer you something else that is "stronger and cheaper" and sadly some people might get tricked into using other stuff. Anyway, I'm not going to babble about this for too long since it's already pretty self-explanatory.
        And today is November 2nd and Prop 19 and Prop 203 (Arizona medical marijuana ballot) are hopefully passing, we'll see if history changes today!