Medicinal Uses of Cannabis

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Marijuana/Cannabis has a long history or medicinal use. Scholars point to evidence dating back thousands of years ago. It is often a hotly contested subject in the scientific and medical fields, and the debates are sure to continue in the years to come. However, doctors in states where marijuana has been decriminalized or legalized for medicinal uses have begun describing the drug regularly. As you look at illnesses or medical issues where marijuana is prescribed, it would almost appear as if this is a wonder drug.

We all know when smoking marijuana, that we crave munchies. This leads to the stereotype that stoners just smoke, eat, and fall asleep. Now, imagine going through your 3rd round of chemotherapy, or having a rough few weeks given the fact you have HIV. Not only is this depressing, it often leaves patients extremely nauseas and unable to eat. Marijuana has been prescribed not only to stimulate appetite, but alleviate mild depression as well.

THC has also been found to prevent the acceleration of patients with Alzheimer’s disease by slowing the formation of certain enzymes that form plaques in the brain. It has been linked to stopping the spreading of breast cancer once discovered. Brain cancer studies are showing reduces tumor sizes when cannabinoids stimulate a process known as autophagy.

Marijuana is also widely prescribed as an analgesic, or painkiller. Muscle pains and spasms associated with multiple sclerosis have found benefits in using cannabis as a treatment for such issues. Sufferers of chronic back pain and spinal disorders have also found relief in marijuana as a medical treatment.
Cannabis has also been used to treat posttraumatic stress disorder, Tourette’s, anorexia, sleep apnea, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and those with depression. It’s uses in treating psychological or mental disorders have a long history and it is still unknown how effective cannabis is. Some researchers believe using marijuana can actually contribute to such disorders. Again, this has not been proved or disproved.

Yet, one fact cannot be debated: marijuana when used as a medicine is not nearly as risky as other prescribed drugs. The FDA did a study from 1997 to 2005 and reported zero deaths from the primary use of marijuana. 279 deaths were reported when combining marijuana with alcohol, prescription or illegal drugs, and other illicit substances. During this same span, FDA approved drugs were the primary cause of over 10,000 deaths.
And as bizarre as this may sound, marijuana has also been used to treat alcohol and other drug disorders. Studies show nearly 24 million people need treatment for abusing alcohol or drugs. Of this 24 million, roughly 40% abuse alcohol (or alcohol combined with another drug). 20% of this 24 million abuse heroin or opiates. Marijuana has been used to help users of these highly addictive drugs to cope with the comedowns or the process of quitting these substances altogether.

There are also a number of other ailments out there where medical marijuana or cannabis is being prescribed as a medical treatment. Here is a brief list:

Nausea, vomiting, premenstrual syndrome, insomnia, lack of appetite, spasticity, neurogenic pain, movement disorders, asthma, many types of cancer, glaucoma, alcohol abuse, bipolar disorder, depression, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, migraines, fibromyalgia, collagen-induced arthritis, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, chemotherapy, and spinal cord injuries.

Germinating Marijuana Seeds

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Germinating marijuana seeds is a fairly easy process once you know how, but is a vital part of your marijuana plants life. This is the very biginning of life for your marijuana plant. Picking a good strain of marijuana seed to grow, should be the first step you take to asure you have good genetics, resulting in quality marijuana.

We’ll start here assuming you have already done your homework, and picked some good quality seeds you would like to grow.

Marijuana seeds need 3 factors to begin growing; warmth, moisture, and air.

Getting the right mixture of the 3 is important, but not too difficult.

1 method used is, the paper towel method.

Most people I know like to use a plain white paper towel, with no designs or inks. (less additives and chemicals to worry about)

First, place your marijuana seeds in a shotglass full of water, put the water in first, so the water doesn’t force the seeds out on the ground. Some people add a couple drops of (H2O2) hydrogen peroxide, to add oxygen to the water. Soak for 12-24 hours (this step is optional – experiment some)

Take a paper towel and fold it in half, and place it on a small plate, then dampen thoroughly. Now place your marijuana seeds on top of the damp (not soaked) paper towel. Fold and dampen a second piece of paper towel, and place on top.

Now, you can place the paper towels on a plate, and cover with a bowl, making sure to keep all the damp paper towel under the bowl trapping in the moisture. This is a very easy, quick and effective humidity dome.

Place this plate on top of the refrigerator, or in a warm dark place. (top of a cable box works too) You just want a few degrees warmer than room temp. Just enough to create some “rain” or humidity under the bowl.

Remove the bowl twice a day for 5-10 minutes to allow to breath, and re-dampen if needed. Never let your seeds go completely dry.

Typically, in ideal conditions (proper heat, moisture and oxygen) a marijuana, or cannabis, seed takes anywhere from 48 hours, to 14 days to complete germination.

The 48-72 hour mark is reasonable with viable, healthy marijuana seeds, using this method.

During the first 72 hours or so, moisture will be absorbed into the seed. When the moisture and heat create a reaction within the seed, life begins for our new little marijuana seedling.

Around 48-72 hours later, you should begin to see a “taproot” forming, and splitting open the shell of the seed.

Once the taproot has emerged to 1/16 – 1/8″ long, it is time to plant into your medium, as germination is complete, and you are now transferring your seedling for further growth before full on vegetative stage.

There you have it, just 1 of several effective ways to germinate your marijuana seeds using a simple paper towel.

Lights for Growing Marijuana Indoors

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Hydroponic lighting systems have come a long way since the early days of indoor gardening. Incandescent and fluoride bulbs used to be the industry standard, but those have given way to High Intensity Discharge (HID) systems and Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). In this article we will discuss the pros and cons of each type of system, including cost efficiency and ease-of-use.

There are several factors to consider when choosing a lighting system for you indoor hydroponic garden. Intensity of the bulb and the favored spectrum of the bulb are the first things to consider. Intensity was once measured by “candlefoot”, where the brightness of the candle is measured one foot away from the plant. This unit of measurement is now referred to as a lumen, and one lumen equals one candlefoot. It has been estimated that an indoor garden requires 2000 lumens per one square foot of garden in order to achieve satisfactory growth. Most modern lighting systems can deliver this intensity with no problem, although your wallet may suffer a little. The spectrum of the bulb refers to the variety of the frequency of colors that the light produces. Plants require a blue/green light for vegetative growth and a red/orange light for flowering and budding. With these factors in mind, we can now decide on a lighting choice to fit our needs.

So what choices do we have? Incandescent bulbs provide great red light, but most of the energy produced is wasted through heat – not a good choice for an indoor garden, especially when considering the amount of electricity used. Standard fluorescent bulbs are not much better, even though they are cheaper to run.

Fluorescent bulbs have come a long way, and special “grow-type” bulbs are now readily available. The warm white bulbs provide a good source of red light, while the cool white bulbs provide a good spectrum of blue light.

HID lights are a better option than the two mentioned above, but are more expensive. They produce an extremely high output of light in a mixed spectrum making them perfect for an indoor garden. A current is shot into the bulb and when a certain voltage is reached, the gas ignites creating an arc and light. They are expensive to purchase, expensive to use, and tend to run very hot. They eventually burn out due to a higher voltage draw each time it is used, therefore ballasts are required to maintain proper voltage for startup, basic operation and limiting the amount of voltage the bulb can draw. The ballasts are not interchangeable between different manufacturers, definitely putting a notch in the “cons” column. Even with these drawbacks, HID bulbs currently reign supreme when considering an indoor garden.

Our last option is the solid-state lighting system known as LED, or Light Emitting Diode. Originally developed for the hydroponics Garden on the Space Station, these bulbs produce little to no heat, draw very little energy and can be tailored to produce a custom spectrum of light. Also, they produce more light as more electricity is run through them, making them the perfect choice for a smaller, more compact indoor hydroponic system.

So depending on how much space and the budget you have to work with, your options are pretty cut and dried, with LED grow panels being the best overall selection. Choose wisely, search the web for options and setup tips, and most of all get a hydroponics lighting system that will allow for maximum yield from your indoor garden while minimizing cost.

What is Vaping?

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Vaporizing or Vaping is a technique used to administer marijuana, without the harmful smoke, by heating your marijuana to a temperature where the psychoactive ingredients are evaporated and turned into “vapors” you inhale. These vapors don’t contain smoke, nor the harmful particles that come along with inhaling smoke, making it a safe way to administer your medical marijuana without the respritory concerns associated with smoking it.

When marijuana is burned, we are actually inhaling the smoke to get “high” (or medicated) because that smoke contains the heated, psycoactive compounds that we want. THC, CBD, CBN, these cannabinoids are released and become active with heat. The temperature to activate those compounds (and other cannabinoids in medical marijuana) is actually lower than the temperature required to combust the marijuana, making smoking marijuana completely unneccisary.

Since a vaporizer heats the marijuana to just below combustion, you can receive all of the medical benifits that are unlocked by heating it, without actually burning the marijuana and releasing unhealthy carcinogens you don’t want.

Smoking marijuana has been proven to be much safer than cigarettes, but smoking of any kind is still going to have a negative effect on your lungs. Just try running around the block after a fat bong rip. The solution to this problem is the marijuana vaporizer. A vaporizer works by gently heating up the weed rather than burning it. When marijuana is burned there is a lot of waste and toxins that come from burning the buds. A vaporizer heats it just enough to release the thc in the form of a completely safe vapor. There are dozens of different styles and variations of the weed vaporizer that range in price from cheap to very expensive.

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The best vaporizer on the market for dry herb is the Volcano. This is the latest in vaporizer technology and it provides the biggest hits for your money. The volcano uses convectional heating to warm the marijuana to the perfect temperature. This means that hot air is passed over the herb to heat it rather than a direct heating element. The traditional vaporizer that has been used since the 1970’s used a metal plate to heat the marijuana. This direct heating can create the same problems associated with burning the marijuana with a flame. The volcano uses air to release all of the active chemicals in the weed and leave the waste behind. A digital readout on the front of the device indicates the exact temperature, so you can get perfect vapor every time. Another great feature of the Volcano is that it uses a stored vapor delivery method. A large bag is used to collect and store the vapor until you are ready to smoke it. Then you just detach the bag and take whatever size hit you desire. Depending on the bowl size you can easily get 15 to 20 hits off of a single bag. The only downside to this marijuana vaporizer is the price. The Volcano can retail for as much as $800 dollars. But for one of the purest and most powerful ways to smoke weed it is worth every penny. Purchase a Volcano vaporizer.

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In recent years companies have also started making CBD ejuice for vaporizers commonly used in the ecigarette market. There are two different types of vapes you should be aware of. There is a vape pen which is shaped like a pen and mimics smoking a cigarette or join most closely. The next type is called a mod box, this is a box shaped device which usually has a lot more settings than a standard vape pen. These devices allow you to select the wattage, temperature and coil resistance so you can get a very precise vape. If you are interested in purchasing a box mod, we recommend checking out this guide on the best vape box in 2017 to choose one that is within your price range. The reason we suggest using a mod that has temperature control is that if you get a dry herb tank you can heat the herb to your desired temperature and avoid burning the weed. The best thing about using a mod box as a vaporizer is that if you are also a cigarette smoker you can get tobacco ejuice (which is the liquid that goes in the vape tank) or any other flavor and get your nicotine hit too. If you are looking for high quality ejuice we recommend check out Vape Wild, you can usually find a vape wild coupon that can get you 10% off or some free bottles of ejuice. We are big fans of their flavor called smurf cake which is like a flavor party in your mouth.

On the other end of the price spectrum is another amazing example of weed technology, the firefly portable vaporizer. The firefly Portable Vaporizer is the James Bond of vaporizers. It heats your weed via convection ensuring that you get only the thc from the weed without worrying about destroying the cannabinoids. This mod is expensive and generally out of most peoples price point, but if you are willing to spend $300 on a vaporizer then you can’t go wrong. It’s true that you get what you pay for and the firefly is really top of the line!

Types of Weed

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It is important to know which strands of marijuana you want to smoke. There is quite a difference between smoking an “Indica” and a “Sativa”, and not just in how they smoke, but in appearance and smell as well. The scientific community has yet to agree whether indica and sativa represent two different species under the shared genus cannabis or whether they are simply subsets of the same species. Given the intense difference when smoking the two, I prefer to agree with the latter assertion. It also important to note there has been so much cross breeding of strains that determining which type of cannabis you are smoking can become a conundrum.

Cannabis Indica – This is the marijuana that typical users smoke to relax or sleep. It typically leads to “couch paralysis”, and scenes of movies where everyone is lying in the living room (think Half Baked) and dreaming of snacks and random stuff generalize stoners smoking Indica buds. Indicas tend produce thicker smoke inducing coughing and a generally less pleasant smoking experience. Indica is also commonly used to produce hashish because this cannabis is easier to grow and has a shorter flowering cycle due to its smaller plant size (roughly 3-6 feet). Regardless, the high is often euphoric and spiritual and lends creativity to those who smoke this “skunky” smelling weed. It also commonly used to treat pain, anxiety, sleep, and muscle spasms.

Cannabis Sativa – This plant tends to be categorized more as a stimulant when classifying marijuana. This is due in part to it having a higher THC [Tetrahydrocannabinol] content. Those who smoke Sativas are typically looking for that energetic, giggly high. It is the perfect cannabis to be used in social settings (begs for a hooka session), concerts, outdoor activities, etc. The buds typically smell minty, sometimes even fruity. Yields from Sativa strains are much lower than Indica. It is more difficult to grow indoors, typically flourishing with natural sunlight. Plants can also grow almost 10-12 feet high, making these difficult to cycle in grow rooms when you have to shift lights around. Sativas are more effective in appetite stimulation, relieving depression, and coping with pain and nausea.

Now you are probably wondering how you can determine which strain is which. Of course your local dispensary attendant should always have this knowledge. But in the case you obtain your marijuana by other means, here are a few pointers:

Sativa – Have narrower leaves, lighter in color, and taste ranges from earthy to sweet. Popular strains include Sour Diesel, skunk #1, Train Wreck, and Super Green Crack.

Indica – Short, dense, bushy buds. Darker in color, almost purple or blue at times. Flavors are mild to skunky. Popular strains are OG Kush, Afghani, Purple Erkle.

Hybrids or Cross Breeding – Too hard to define. Popular strains include norther lights (considered more of a Sativa), White Widow, and Green Dream.

How to know if you’re stoned

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If you are a new weed user it can sometimes be hard to know if it’s working. The effects of marijuana can vary depending on the quality or strain of plant you are smoking. Very strong potent weed will leave no doubt you are high, but there are more subtle strains of weed that are not as obvious. You should pay attention to your body and mind while you are smoking. If you find yourself enjoying the music of the Eagles, you’re probably high. Ok it’s a little more technical than that, but with a little experience you will be able to answer the question that has plagued mankind for centuries. Am I high?

There is a myth in weed culture that you never get high the first time you smoke pot. It’s not that the weed doesn’t work the first time, the new smoker just doesn’t know how to recognize the effects. All strains of marijuana have different effects on the body and all people have a different tolerance level. So the weed experience can vary greatly for every person. There are hundreds of different strains of marijuana but all of them fall into 2 main categories, Cannabis sativa and Cannabis Indica. These 2 versions of the cannabis plant have very different effects on the body and if you know what to expect you’ll never have to ask yourself the question, am I stoned.

The feeling you get from a Canabis indica stain of marijuana is the stereotypical lazy stoner feeling. Indica causes extreme relaxation and getting up from the couch or going outside will be difficult. This effect is sometimes known as couch lock, for the somewhat tired and lethargic feeling associated with indica. After a long session with a strain of this herb it will be time for a weed nap. Because of these strong effects on the body indica strains are considered the strongest types of marijuana. Some popular indica strains include White Widow, Northern Lights, and Kush. When you are smoking indica you will know you are high by the relaxing effects it has on your body.

Cannabis Sativa on the other hand is going to be felt mostly in your head. Unlike the lazy indica, a strain of sativa will cause you to be more energetic. You will be more talkative, excited, and will not be able to stop laughing. The effects of this weed are less subtle and it will cause you to say, I am so high! Sativa strains are also known for enhancing visual and auditory experience like music or movies. Commonly used sativa strains include Purple Haze, Amnesia, Strawberry Cough, and Jack Herer. With a sativa strain of marijuana you will know you stoned by the euphoric effects it has on your head.

It takes some practice to learn the effects of marijuana before you can stop asking yourself am I high. Some people prefer sativa and others like an indica high. Many people don’t even have a clue what there smoking. If you know what strain of marijuana you are smoking you will always know what to expect from the high.

Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana

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The Seeds of the Marijuana Plant are a wonder of Nature.

They are one of three natural substances in the world that humans can actually live on, with absolutely nothing else but water. It is said that Buddha lived on one Cannabis seed a day.

Marijuana seeds, when properly pressed and processed into oil form hold great medical benefits, which has been well documented over the centuries.

For optimal health, humans require eight amino acids all balanced in the proper proportions. Our product has all eight, and all balanced to the exact ratio our bodies require. We as humans require the Omega oils: Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9. Our product is complete with all three in perfect balance.

Nowhere else in nature is such a powerful and synergistic formulation found.

Here is some health information on marijuana oil:

Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s)

Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) are renowned for their remarkable healing and balancing properties. These unique fatty acids assist the function of the digestive, cardiovascular, immune and glandular systems. They are vital for the metabolism of cholesterol, for blood pressure control, for hormone production, as well as for the health of nails, hair and skin. Our product contains the ideal ratio of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.

Alpha-Linolenic Acid (Omega 3)

Health benefits include protection against heart disease, improvement in oxygen transport throughout the body and the reduction of excessive LDL cholesterol production.

Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA)

Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) is an essential fatty acid that comes primarily from plant-based oils. A healthy body may derive some GLA from Linoleic Acid (Omega 6). People who have diabetes are less able than healthy individuals to convert linoleic acid into GLA. Other conditions that appear to reduce the body’s ability to convert LA to GLA include aging, alcoholism, atopic dermatitis, premenstrual syndrome, cancer, and cardiovascular disease. These people may require GLA supplementation.

The body uses GLA to produce eicosanoids that are highly anti-inflammatory, dilate blood vessels and reduce blood clotting. Very few natural sources have any pure GLA whatsoever. Marijuana oil EFA composition is 84% linolenic acid and over 2% of pure GLA.

GLA has been clinically indicated to have therapeutic benefits in many health conditions including Rheumatoid Arthritis; Cardiovascular disease, such as high blood pressure and Atherosclerosis; Cancer, particularly Colon Cancer, Breast Cancer and Melanoma; Osteoporosis; and Skin Conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

MED MARIJUANA has provided studies on both the synergistic formulation of the Cannabis plant and its component parts such as the EFAS, The Omega Oils, the Gamma-Linolenic Acids, the Linolenic Acids, the Sterols and the Sterolins.

Gamma – linolenic acid (GLA) is a building blocks of life, but is not found easily in nature. Our product is rich with it. Plant sterols and sterolins are now the most researched and prescribed botanical products for human body. The Marijuana plant has the highest and most potent concentrations.

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These nutrients have been proven effective for:

Attention Deficit Disorder

  • Allergies
  • Alzheimers Disease
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Brain Function
  • Cancer
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Heart Problems and Circulation
  • High Blood Pressure

HIV/AIDS

  • HPV
  • Immune System Boost
  • MS
  • Nutrition
  • Parkinsons Disease
  • Pre-Menstrual Syndrome
  • Pregnancy
  • Reverse-Aging
  • SARS
  • Stroke and tuberculosis
  • Skin Conditions (Dandruff, Psoriasis, Eczema, Dry and Weathered Skin)

The following are some examples of the health benefits of medical marijuana:

  1. Acting as a blood thinner the product works to prevent the formation of blood clots that lead to heart attacks. Anyone with a family history of heart disease or is suffering from heart disease itself should be using this product.
  2. Medical marijuana prevention of stroke and reducing blood pressure. By acting as a vasodilator the product opens up the veins of the body. Anyone suffering from high blood pressure, or with a family history of stroke’s should be taking the product.
  3. Acting as an anti-inflammatory the product relieves the symptoms and pain of arthritis.
  4. The perfect combination of all the chemical compounds mentioned above enables marijuana medicinal benefit to the immune system. Colds and flu’s will not only be a thing of the past but users bodies become stronger to fend off viral infections such as herpes, SARS and AIDS. Bacteria will be fought off by a stronger immune system.
  5. Cannabis sativa (Marijuana) used in a way as provided by our product has been scientifically proven to LOWER BAD CHOLESTEROL levels by up to 35% in just 60 days.

Legalizing Marijuana

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In recent years the fight for legalizing marijuana seems to be gaining some momentum. Many states have legalized the drug for medicinal use and every year there are state and federal bills proposed to decriminalize the drug completely. Thanks to the poor economy and overcrowded prisons, the idea of taxing and legalizing this drug is becoming more widely accepted. The problems associated with these outdated drug laws are becoming more obvious to a vast majority of Americans. What once was an impossible weed fantasy may soon become a reality in our lifetime.

One of the most appealing benefits of legalizing weed would be money. The financial benefit of legal weed would come from tax revenue and the savings created by ending the drug war on marijuana. The fight against marijuana costs the government billions of dollars per year that it no longer has. The days of being able to lock up anyone who grows, sells, or uses marijuana are long gone. Marijuana legalization would cause an economic boom that would spread throughout the country. States that have legalized cannabis for medical reasons have seen the benefits of taxing marijuana first hand. If the drug was legalized it could be regulated and taxed to whatever extent the government chose. Currently medical marijuana providers are taxed on their gross income and not their net. Because of what their income is based on they are not allowed to claim any business related expenses. This puts millions of dollars into state budgets and gives sick people easy access to medical marijuana.

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There are several pros and cons of legalizing weed, but opponents of legalization tend to use outdated weed myths as evidence in their argument. They suggest that legal weed will increase crime rates, create more drug users, and lead society down a hopeless path of drug addiction. All of these claims have been proven false again and again, but nobody on the other side of the issue seems to be concerned with facts. Countries that have legalized or decriminalized marijuana have seen crime rates and drug use drop dramatically. Instead of people using cannabis as a gateway to harder drugs, they have found that easy access to legal marijuana actually stops people from doing other drugs. Legal cannabis shops only sell weed products, unlike a drug dealer who may sell a variety of harder drugs. Regulating marijuana has been proven to lower crime by putting drug dealers out of business. Marijuana is the number one drug on the black market. If people can purchase it legally at a fair price they have no reason to associate with an illegal drug dealer. Legal marijuana has been proven to lower crime and addiction rates despite the misguided claims of the opposition.

The fight for legalizing marijuana has come a long way but it’s clear there are still a lot of misconceptions about the controversial plant. Although the arguments against legalization are proven wrong time and time again, these myths continue to muddle the issue. The best defense against this problem is to educate the people and encourage them to vote.

Marijuana Pipes – Everything you Need to Know

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Marijuana pipes come in an endless variety of styles, shapes, and sizes. Smoking from a pipe is one of the quickest and most direct forms of smoking marijuana. Which type of pipe you choose to smoke basically just comes down to personal preference. Popular types of pipes include bubblers, steam rollers, water pipes, straight shooters, and many more. The best pipes tend to be made out of glass. It provides the cleanest high and the freshest tasting weed hits. Pipes can also be made out of ceramic, metal, wood, and corn cob. Pipe making has become an art form and there is truly something for every style and taste.

If you’re going to buy a new pipe you’ll want to first consider a glass piece. Although they are more fragile and expensive, glass provides the purest pipe hits. Glass blowing has reached impressive heights when it comes to the art of pipe making. You can find beautifully designed pieces in all of the popular pipe styles, including one hitters, bubblers, steam rollers, and more. These pipes come in every color of the rainbow and are filled with beautifully complex glass blown designs. Each pipe is a canvas for the glass artists and you get the honor of smoking weed off of it.

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One of the most popular cannabis pipes by far is the bubbler. This is a relatively large glass pipe with a round chamber beneath the bowl for water. These pipes work like a bong and provide you with a large water purified hit. The Bubbler is one of the most pleasant ways to smoke weed ever invented. Each hit provides a smooth, water cooled hit that is large enough for the highest tolerance levels. The only downside with a bubbler is that they are easier to tip over and spill than a bong. Another great glass pipe is a steam roller. This weed pipe is basically just a glass tube with a bowl on the top. It works by placing one end of the tube on your mouth and covering the other end with your hand. As you take the hit you release the hand on the back of the pipe and it shotguns the smoke into your lungs. A steamroller is like a high speed bong hit without the water. It can be harsh sometimes but it is great for people who don’t like the way a bong affects the taste of weed.

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Another popular pipe among stoners is a sneak-a-toke. This is a small cylindrical pipe made of glass or ceramic that provides one or two hits per bowl. It often comes with a carrying device known as a dugout. The dugout is a small square container with a concealed spot for weed and the pipe. When you’re ready to smoke you snap open the dugout to release the pipe. Then you just poke the pipe into the weed chamber to load the bowl. The sneak-a-toke is often painted to look like a cigarette so you’ll attract less attention when smoking in public. This weed pipe is a great choice for those who smoke in public and need to load and smoke a bowl discretely. There is a lot of different choices when it comes to choosing a pipe, and it should come down to your personal needs and preferences.

Drug Testing FAQ

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Here are the top FAQ’s we recieve. We are always looking to add more, so please feel free to comment. Your inquiries will help others!

I smoke pot, how long will it stay in my system?

The effects of smoking marijuana fade quickly, but can be detected in the body for weeks and sometimes longer. How long it remains in the system depends on how often or how much marijuana the user has been smoking.The typical time frame is about 4 weeks.

Do drinks that claim to help you pass your drug test work?

They simply dilute your sample, but they do not get the metabolites out of your system. This is what urine tests are looking for.

I’m going to use the Powdered Urine and baggie. What temperature should it be when I give my sample?

The bag should be carried next to your body so that the specimen falls within the temperature of 90-100 degrees.

Which is better Powdered Urine or Nuklear?

Nuklear works on the basic (EMIT) urine test. Powdered urine has worked on all tests for over 25 years. It does require some slight of hand though, particularly if you will be closely monitored.

How long is the shelf life of Nuklear and/or Powdered Urine?

Both Nuklear and Powdered Urine have a shelf life of 2 years if kept sealed in normal, climate-controlled temperatures.

Does male urine differ from female urine?

Not significantly. Plus tests do not look for this.

When is the best time of the day to give my urine sample?

Never give your first urine sample in the morning. It is highly concentrated. You should drink a good volume of liquids before you take the test so your sample is somewhat diluted.

I have drank so many liquids that my urine is clear now, what should I do?

Some testing personnel will find this suspicious. We recommend taking a B-vitamin; this will give your urine a rich natural color.

What if I exercise really hard? Will that get the toxins out of my system?

Exercise is helpful when it comes to passing your drug test. Cardiovascular workouts will increase your body’s metabolism, this does expedite your natural detoxification process. Still, there is no real way to tell if you are totally clean by using this method exclusively. Unless of course you purchase a home testing kit. Those are always a great way to see where you are at before having to face the dreaded testing process.