420 Day 2018 in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is about a six-hour drive south of San Rafael and honors the high school’s innovative potheads with 420 Day Los Angeles parties like Snoop Lion 420 Festival. Guests of Snoop Lion 420 Festival have a chance to puff the magic dragon with the dogfather of pot in America, Snoop Dogg, as they enjoy the surroundings of a lavish Hollywood mansion. Environmentally conscious reefer regulars head to 420 Day Los Angeles festivals like Pasdena Earth and Arts Festival, where they can find a sustainable beer garden to catch a brew buzz that compliments their feel-good highs. The 14th Annual Topanga Earth Day affords pot enthusiasts a chance to listen to live music, and mingle with members of Habitat for Humanity and PETA. Whether you smoke up, down, or out, 420 Day Los Angeles boasts events for a wide range of stoners.
Canada Just Legalized Recreational Cannabis Use
Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after senators voted 52-29 on a federal government bill that paves the way for the sale, purchase, and use of pot, CBC reports. The bill regulates the growing, distribution, and sale of the drug, with legal weed expected to hit the market in the next two to three months. Ontario Senator Tony Dean, who sponsored the bill, enthused over the result, suggesting the move has the power to transform Canadian society. As for when the actual legalization date is implemented, that’s up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. According to CBC, the bill – Bill C-45 – comes with a provisional buffer period of eight to 12 weeks to give Canada’s provinces enough time to lay the groundwork before the sale of marijuana begins.
Now watch ‘High End,’ Highsnobiety’s documentary on luxury weed.
Is a dramatic comedy series about DC’s marijuana industry. The series follows a group of industry professionals as they attempt to navigate DC’s landscape of medical cultivation and broader legalization with well-intentioned enthusiasm, which often results in more trouble than they expect. It is also a town with a unique local culture and history completely separate from politics and business interests. Explores these two worlds through the scope of the city’s new marijuana industry, catalyzed by the medical field and broader legalization. The industry is rooted in its own political fights and entrepreneurial ambitions, the hurdles of which continue to impact how residents and patients benefit from it.
As the first East Coast city to legalize marijuana, the example it sets will likely impact those to follow.
Big Bud Marijuana Review with Pictures
Looks: Very big, light green, fairly frosty buds, with very fine light orange frosted hairs. Smell: This bud is really dank smelling, almost musty; it also has some sweet undertones, and occasionally a bit of sour wafts by. Effects: Fairly mellow onset, not a very strong buzz with regards to ‘feeling it hit you. The up-side of this bud, is that it alleviates my symptoms considerably. The down-side is that the high is a bit forgetful and distracted.
While this is only a bit couch-lock-ish, I don’t know if I would use this as a daytime smoke, due to the mental state of the high. Notes: This was a fairly well rounded buzz medically. It helps considerably with my stomach pains and nausea; and if smoked it makes for a pretty good sedative at night as well.
Nixon, Marijuana, and the Shafer Commission
The Nixon White House tapes from 1971-1972 demonstrate that the foundation of the modern war on marijuana was Nixonian prejudice, culture war and misinformation. CSDP’s Doug McVay spent several days at the National Archives listening to the Nixon White House tapes to find conversations about drug policy, especially regarding the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, appointed by President Nixon. Nixon made clear several times that he wanted a report which supported his views and ‘tough on crime’ policies, no matter what the facts might be. To his credit, Governor Shafer delivered instead an honest report, with conclusions based on all the evidence – even though at the time he was being considered for a federal judgeship.
Morgan Freeman Will Eat, Smoke, Snort Marijuana: “Legalize It!”
Going green! Morgan Freeman voiced his affinity for marijuana in a bold new interview with The Daily Beast. The Oscar winner, 77, revealed that he is a big supporter of the drug, and regularly uses it in a variety of ways. He championed the medicinal qualities of marijuana, and emphasized the benefits of legalizing it. The Million Dollar Baby star married his first wife Jeanette Adair Bradshaw in the 1960s.
He split from Bradshaw in the late 1970s, going on to marry second wife Myrna Colley-Lee in 1984, before the two divorced in the late 2000s. The Lucy actor told The Daily Beast that he has found his own benefits in weed, after suffering a horrific car crash in 2008. The accident left him with pain and trouble in his left hand and arm.
Your Ultimate Cannabis and Beer Guide
Your body absorbs the alcohol through the stomach, and unlike the food, it doesn’t have to be digested. This means that it reaches bloodstream in very short time, a fifth of the alcohol starts working immediately, and your tissue absorbs the majority of the rest. Alcohol has several different effects on both the body and mind. It dulls a part of the brain that regulates the motor functions, and thus it becomes hard to control your body. It may also cause various physical effects that include vomiting.
Inability to correctly pronounce words and blurred visions are also the way in which alcohol works.