ok the video link is wierd, just google (video) hemp revolution
golanv igvi- i would go to www.norml.org also check out the hemp revolution (its a video)- http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3…
Cosmictraveler - I agree thatI've heard the THC is best transferred to oil/fatmedium before ingestion for best effect.
Surprised to not see the ultimate lazy recipe here - brownies! Get a box of cheap brownie mix that calls for vegetable oil. Put the prescribed oil in a pan, add well-pulverized herb (coffee grinders work great for this), simmer for 15-30m. Cool oil in fridge then make the brownies according to recipe. Delicious AND nutritious.
golanv, try NORML "National organization to reform marijuana laws"
I am new to this medication and found it helps much better than the Oxicontin and Vicoden cocktail the doctor has me taking. Problem is the legality of it, in my state under an ounce is just a fine, and slap on the wrist. Anyone got info on how to get involved in the fight to make it available federally so those of us in extreme pain can use it for relief? I will check back daily. And thanks in advance to anyone with ideas to share.
Pot butter &rice crispy treats is the BOMB.easy to make & well,figuring out the size of the treat (in more ways than 1) is 1/2 the fun
Crock pots are pretty handy to make butter/oil with - just dump the proper ratio of butter to herb in there, set it on low for a few hours and bam! Makes the home a bit pungent though.
Hmmm . . . I thought the cannabis had to simmered in butter or oil to transfer the thc into a carrier that digestive system could more easily absorb. So the pot butter recipe makes sense, but I'm wondering if the recipes that have straight marijuana in them are going to be less potent because the body can't absorb the thc directly as easily . . . but I may be wrong on this.
Yeah that'd be great but I'm not in enuf pain or whatever to qualify for the medical stuff and otherwise have been unable to get the main ingredient ever since I got back a year ago... ah well.
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