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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Grow Your Own VS Unknown Weed

    Whether you decide to grow your own weed or purchase it from another person or dispensary, there are benefits to both. What you ultimately decide will depend on your own preferences, how much time you have and ultimately, who you trust. Continue reading

  • Where Does Weed Grow Wild?

    The cannabis that is consumed by smokers and vaporizers (not to mention those who partake in edibles) today is mostly created using female plants that have never been pollinated. That is, they have not needed for one male plant to pollinate a female plant in order to get the huge buds that are then dried for consumption. But the world of weed is nothing new. In fact, cannabis has been around since before 2000 B.C. and thanks to this fact, wild weed can still be found today. Continue reading

  • 3 Tips to mask the smell of your grow room.

    Marijuana has one of the most pungent and recognizable odours of the plant kingdom. And it is this very smell that draws many users to it, as the smell can often indicate a plant’s strength, or just be intoxicating all on its own. There’s no doubt that as some time or another, you have smelled that same odour while out walking or attending an event, even if you couldn’t exactly place where it was coming from. Continue reading

  • What is Dabbing and How to Dab

    A few years ago, the practice of dabbing cannabis popped up in Colorado. At the time, other areas of the world and even the rest of the United States hadn’t yet caught on with the trend. But, as marijuana becomes legal around more and more regions around the world, dabbing has become one of the hottest trends in the world of cannabis. Continue reading

  • Is Vaporising marijuana better than smoking it?

    You’ve probably noticed that traditional tobacco cigarettes are losing ground to vaporizers. In a similar way, the old custom of smoking marijuana has been starting to give way to vaporising. Continue reading

  • The science behind the weed whitey

    The term “whitey” seems to be most frequently used in the UK, but anyone familiar with cannabis use will probably know the term “white out” or at least the concept.  Basically it covers a specific form of negative reaction to cannabis, which can vary from relatively mild dizziness and a feeling of weakness to severe nausea and occasional loss of consciousness.  Sufferers generally go pale, hence the term. Continue reading

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