Sunday, 19 April 2015

The marijuana industry’s newest customers are sick and elderly dogs!


The marijuana industry’s newest customers are sick and elderly dogs !

A day prior to a booked vet arrangement to euthanize her pooch, Wendy Mansfield chose to attempt one final resort to alleviate the chronic pain of her 15-year-old labrador mix: treats from a cannabis dispensary made particularly for ailing dogs.
Kali, an amiable 80-pound rescue, was never much of a complainer. But  she always seemed to lick her paws—a possible indication of pain, as indicated by her vet—which was normally joined by episodes of hacking as a result of the shedding hair that got in her throat. One treat and after 20 minutes, the licking all of a sudden stopped.

Seeing this, Mansfield, who lives in Fort Bragg, California, issued her pooch a second treat, and afterward a third. Kali, who had been sluggish and discouraged, got up to drink some water and strolled outside—something she wasn't able to do as of late without moaning or clear indications of pain.
Mansfield then called the vet to cancel her appointment. That was three weeks ago. “Never in my wildest dreams would I have anticipated this,”  “It brought my dog back.”

With weed growing into a huge business in the US, another section of the business pander to maturing and debilitated pets has been growing under the radar. The legitimate weed business sector raked in $2.7 billion in income in 2014, and one evaluation by the ArcView Group, a network that connects investors with cannabis startup businesses, projects the marijuana industry to top $10 billion in sales by 2018.

The pet-pot business is treading on new territory, notwithstanding. The legal grey area is posing challenges for companies that need to market and distribute cannabis-derived products for animals. There's been insufficient scientific investigation and industry guidelines. Still, that is not discouraging frantic pet owners, like Wendy Mansfield, or keeping investors from getting on board.
The special cookies given to Kali were produced by Auntie Dolores, an Oakland-based maker of edible marijuana goods, including caramel corn, cheese crackers, and savory pretzels (a bestseller). The seven-year-old company launched its pet treat line, Treatibles, about a year ago.
Unlike its edibles for humans, Treatibles products, which are sold in dispensaries, aren’t made from marijuana but from hemp—the stem of the cannabis plant that’s low in the psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which produces that feeling of getting high. Hemp, however, does contain cannabidiol, or CBD, a chemical compound that alleviates pain. The US government also defines hemp as cannabis—not necessarily the stem—that measures less than 0.3% in THC, a threshold that allows its movement across state lines.

Sunday, 12 April 2015

7 steps to making the best Marijuana butter.

                                                     7 Steps to making the best Marijuana butter.

Follow these easy 7 steps, and you will make the best butter your weed will permit. The fact of the matter is nonetheless, the butter is generally only as good ( strong ) as the weed you make it with. A few individuals like to make a mellow spread and utilization it to spread on their toast in the morning or add a teaspoon or two to a baked potato. (On the off chance that you go that potato course make sure to include some bacon bits and diced onion with grated cheese.)

At the same time seriously, the stronger the weed the stronger the butter, so plan ahead as to what you want.

Step 1

In a medium pot heat a quart of water to the point of boiling on the stove. You can change the amounts, just be sure that the marijuana is always floating about 1 1/2 – 2 inches from the bottom of the pan.

Step 2

At the point when the water is boiling place the butter in the pan and permit it to melt totally. My formula utilizes 4 sticks of butter to each ounce of marijuana, so in the case that you're using a half ounce of weed that is around 2 sticks of butter.

Step 3

When the butter has dissolved you can include the pot. When the weed is included the heat should to be turned down, very low, to barely a simmer. I more often than not let the weed cook for around three hours. You can tell its done when the top of the mix turns from truly watery to shiny and thick.

Step 4

While the cannabutter is cooking set up a bowl  to hold the finished product. I like to utilize a heatproof dish/bowl, and some people like to utilise plastic food containers. Place a double layer of cheesecloth over the top, and secure it with elastic, string or tape.

Step 5

Strain the cannabis butter over the dish/bowl, precisely attempting not to spill. At the point when the pot is empty, undo the twine, gather up the cheesecloth from each of the four sides and squeeze out all of the remaining butter.

Step 6

Permit the cannabutter to cool for 60 minutes. Place in the fridge until the butter has risen to the top layer and is solid. The THC and other properties have joined to the butter, and you are just about there.

Step 7

Run a blade/knife around the edge and lift the butter off. Place upside down on your work surface and rub off any of the cooking water. Your cannabutter is good to go. Appreciate!

Saturday, 4 April 2015

Funny marijuana video's! #

                                                      Funny marijuana video's #

A few funny vids! have a laugh.

                                                 Hahahaha a good day at work!

                                                 His favourite fire! Hahahaha

                                               Hahahaha we all wish we could do this!