Unraveling the Mystery of the Marijuana Tincture

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Below you will find the creation of the tincture.

Merriam-Webster describes this one definition of a tincture as “a solution of a medicinal substance in an alcoholic solvent.” The techniques included here are optimal for purity and strength, which is exactly what we’re going for. I’ve read dozens of testimonials, and the common thread seems to be that for cramping and muscle spasm issues, an Indica dominant strain works best, and Sativa dominant strains are preferred for relieving pain. It goes without saying that the potency of the strain increases the intensity of the finished product. In reality though, the potency and/or strain isn’t always known, so a little trial and error is often the scenario. As the saying goes, “practice makes practice makes perfect.”

Marijuana tinctures are extractions of the active cannabinoids within the cannabis plant. The plant itself actually contains some chemical properties that can cause upset stomachs, or leave a bad aftertaste in the user. One of the most basic reasons for the tincture is to utilize the cannabinoids and not the chlorophylls or terpenes. (Chlorophyll is what makes the plant green, and terpenes are hydrocarbons found in essential oils, resins and balsams.) Additionally, both light and heat can effect the cannabinoids and should be avoided or kept at a minimum.

Always store tincture in an airtight, dark glass container and kept at room temperature or below. The ethanol in the tincture can dissolve some types of vinyls found in different plastics.

Cold Method with Ethanol

When you make a tincture cold, it preserves the essential ingredient in the cannabis- the cannabinoid. In order for the tincture to be powerful and effective, I would recommend starting with flowers or kief, recycling your trimmed buds and leaf. You know those crystals you see on a really gorgeous bud? That, my friends, is the stuff that dreams are made of- and dreams are what we’re brewing up here. Now, make absolutely certain that you bud isn’t moldy or moist- you can dry your goods in a freezer, or if your well past novice status, you can place the merchandise into a waterproof bag, and give it a dry ice or ethanol dip. After the water is gone, the exterior region of your product needs to be made bigger. In other words- grind your stuff up. One thing you should not do here is go overboard- you want it ground up really good, but not powder.
To make kief, rub your dry leaves over a silk screen. If you did not place something under the screen, I cannot help you here- you’re working off the counter. The kief should be a very pretty, pale green. The practice of ‘kiefing’ has actually been around for centuries as a way of extracting the trichomes from plant material ( a trichome is a hair on a plant). In either case, whether you’re using some ground up buds or home made kief, they should both be kept as close to ice cold as possible, as well as any ethanol you will be using during the process.

When you buy alcohol at the store, it usually says something like 80 proof on it- which means you’re a badass. Seriously, though, what it really means is that it is 40% ethanol- so the proof is double the percentage. Ethanol, or ethyl alcohol is the kind of alcohol humans normally consume, so the higher the alcohol content, the better it works. In a perfect world, 200 proof ethanol would be great, except that it can’t be distilled to that proof, so its whacked with benzene to get the remaining water out. Which leads me to the ever popular, “Don’t try this at Home” quote, followed by:
“Pure” ethanol is poisonous!

Everclear, (or moonshine) is 95% ethanol. It is 190 proof, has no taste, and is a popular favorite across the board. To my surprise, this trophy of a refreshment isn’t available in most states, which makes our runner-up in the experiment 151 proof rum. This concoction, which is completely legal by the way, is a staggering 75 % ethanol. You can still use a nice brandy or vodka if it happens to suit your tastes.

For cold extraction and purification, use at LEAST an ounce of material to each pint of ethanol.
Put the cold powdered kief or ground buds into a glass jar with the ethanol, and get the lid on. Shake the living crap out of it for about five minutes, and stick it in the freezer. For the next two or three days, continue taking frustrations out on the jar by shaking it up really good every few hours or so with re-freezing. When you’re ready, strain the mixture through a double layer of sterile cheesecloth. Save the mud ball you are left with for topical administrations or make bud butter out of it. The liquid you strained should be strained again through a coffee filter a couple more times. Wear rubber gloves, because you will need to do a little squeezing of the filters and the cheesecloth. Be warned- without gloves, your skin will absorb some of the material. If you used the everclear, the mixture should be pale green to golden colored. Rum usually produces more amber colored results. Keep in mind you can also flavor the tincture with extracts like raspberry or vanilla.

Okay loyal henchmen, let’s keep on truckin’. The traditional, (by which, I mean Old Fashioned) and reliably effective warm tincture method, has been pumping out smiles since time out of mind. Most people can’t afford to use bud or kief, so leaf is a good and effective alternative here. Grind your plant material to expose surface area. A really fine grind isn’t a good idea, because it will make the tincture cloudy, so a rough chop is just right. Use the ethanol in the same proportions as above. The big difference here, is that the materials are kept warm (not hot!). Also, avoid exposing the mixture to any light.

Get the ethanol and marijuana situated in a mason jar, and shake it at least once a day. Shield it from light, or put it in a brown paper bag. Leave the jar in a sunny window or somewhere warm for 30 to 60 days. Don’t forget to shake it! The mess inside will turn a very dark green. Strain the stuff after curing it through cheesecloth as directed above, remembering to use gloves. Don’t forget to recycle, and use the leftover shake ball for topical application. Keep the ball in the freezer, and pinch a small amount to apply directly to affected area(s) for a few minutes with a little moderate rubbing. As always, the best of luck to you in your endeavors!

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.

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.


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


  • 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.

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.

How to Grow Weed

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Growing weed is a fairly simple process that requires very little skill or gardening experience. Marijuana is called weed because that’s what it is, a weed that will grow anywhere. Tropics, mountains, indoors, or outdoors are all suitable environments for a healthy marijuana plant to grow. The more love you give your growing plants the better your final product will be. If you grow weed properly you will greatly increase the quantity and quality of the harvest. growing pot is easy but you don’t just drop a seed in dirt, add water, and wait for a magic beanstalk to grow. There are a few steps that need to be followed correctly in order to ensure a successful marijuana crop.

The first thing you will need to grow marijuana is obviously the seeds. These can be purchased online or at a marijuana seed bank. You can check to see if a seed is viable by placing it in a glass of water. If the seed floats it will work, if it sinks you should discard it. Before the seeds can be planted they must first be germinated. You need to get the sprout growing before placing them in the dirt. You can just place them back in the glass of water and leave it in a dark place for a day or two. When you see a small sprout emerge from the seed it is ready to be planted. Place the seeds just under the surface in the soil of your choice. Then you just need to give the plants water and light and wait for Mother Nature to do its thing.

If you grow pot outside you will just have to worry about the water. The amount of water the plants need will depend on the size and the specific marijuana strain. Most weed strains need a small amount of water daily to remain strong and healthy. If you grow weed indoors you will have to supply artificial light. These lights should be set on a timer to mimic the natural light cycle of day and night. Like growing outside from summer to fall, the plants will need more light in the beginning and less light near the harvest. Each cannabis strain is different and some will do better in the outdoor, natural light setting. Other strains thrive under the controlled environment that indoor growing provides. A little research will go a long way in helping to improve the outcome of your marijuana crop.

After a few weeks you will begin to see the first signs of bud growth. As the plants mature the buds will grow larger and start to emit a powerful aroma. The flowering cycle can take anywhere from 8 to 20 weeks to fully mature depending on the strain that you’re using. Once the plants are fully matured they are ready to be harvested. The buds need to be dried and cured for a couple of weeks before they’ll be ready to use. If you nurture the plants correctly they will continue to provide healthy weed harvests on a regular flowering cycle. Learning how to grow weed at home is by far the most affordable way to use marijuana.

More Cannabis Facts

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1. There are many positive and negative effects that come from using marijuana. The facts about these marijuana effects are often muddled by myths and misinformation that is not backed up by scientific evidence. Sorting out the myths from the facts can be difficult if you do not have access to reliable data. Not having enough information is also an issue, as up until recent years very little scientific research was done on the subject. The growing popularity of medical and recreational use is helping to change this, with new and reliable scientific data coming out about the effects of weed every day.

2. When a person uses cannabis they release cannabanoids into their body. The psychoactive cannabanoid in marijuana is tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. This is what causes the physical and mental effects of marijuana on the user. Normal thc levels in a marijuana plant range from 10 to 15 percent. But with recent advances in the cultivating process these levels have been seen as high as 30 percent. This is a dramatic jump in the plants psychoactive chemicals. Any past research that was done on weaker marijuana may not be a reliable guide for these new powerful strains. Facts about the effects of weed on both sides of the issue have always been questionable, and now more so than now. Information should be read with skepticism and should be backed up with reliable scientific evidence.

3. The one certain fact is that the U.S. government has lied about the harmful effects of marijuana since the beginning of its criminality. They are the very last source of information you would want to turn to for this topic. Whatever their agenda has been for the last 100 years it has certainly not been in the interest of truth and science. One of the most reliable places to find information is in the field of medical marijuana. Several years of research has been done on the beneficial treatments and possible side effects of using weed medicinally. It has been proven to be effective for the treatment of cancer, aids, chronic pain, migraines, and even neurological disorders. In the face of this new evidence 15 states have legalized the use of marijuana for medical purposes. In addition, 5 European countries and Canada have also chosen to legalize marijuana for medical uses.

4. Most of the misinformation regarding marijuana concerns the negative effects of weed. Concerns that have been raised about marijuana include such things as euphoria, anxiety, cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, and depression. But all evidence for these claims is often inconclusive or not scientific. The plant has been proven to have very low toxicity, and no amount of consumption can cause a lethal human dose. If you somehow managed to smoke 100 joints at once, you would have about 1 percent of the toxicity level it would take to kill you. marijuana effects are mild at best, and pose absolutely no threat to long-term human health.

5 Marijuana Facts for Cannabis Users

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1. The average high or buzz from marijuana lasts between 1-3 hours in most people, when smoked.

The length of the marijuana high depends on many factors including the strain of cannabis used, strength, time grown, tolerance level of the individual user, as well as method and amount of marijuana used. In a very good strain of medical marijuana grown properly, you may see 4-6 hours of relief or “high” under ideal conditions from 4-5 puffs off an herbal vaporizer.

2. Methods of using marijuana

The main methods of using marijuana are smoking, vaporizing, and ingesting. (eating/drinking)

Of these methods, smoking seems to be the most popular. Vaporizing marijuana is gaining more popularity and gives the user more bang for their buck, allowing them to fully heat the marijuana to a point just before combustion and inhale the vapors instead of burning the marijuana and inhaling the smoke. This means all the active ingredients and medical compounds are released, but not burnt up or over heated. It also means since there is no combustion, there is no smoke, making it a much safer alternative to smoking marijuana, eliminating all of the health concerns the critics point out about the smoke itself.

Ingesting marijuana is another popular method. We’ve all hear of pot-brownies and marijuana cookies right?

Well with the medical marijuana boom among us, people are creating more and more yummy dishes all the time, and I have been filling my recipe book with goodies to use later on.

Recipes that have marijuana in them will often be called “edibles” or “medibles” in the medical marijuana community, and may include the traditionals like brownies, cookies and lemon squares, but may also come in the form of suckers, loli-pops, drinks, cakes, butter, cooking oils ect.

Basically with some good marijuana, and some creativity, someone who knows their way around a kitchen should have no trouble coming up with good ideas for yummy snack that help cure and give the munchies at the same time.

Just remember, when making marijuana edibles, the effects do tend to take longer to “kick in” with some users reporting up to an hour to start feeling the effects. Also, the buzz you feel from the edibles may be different than that of the smoke buzz. Many users describe a full body buzz instead of just a head buzz, so remember to use common sense when trying something you have never tried before.

For cannabis recipes you can use for making all kinds of great marijuana edibles, check out one of these books, they are my favorite cannabis cook books;

3. Marijuana can be detected in your system for a long time compared to many other “drugs” commonly tested for since the compound they are trying to detect binds to the users fat cells in their body. This means again there will be factors to consider, but on average; if an every day marijuana user completely quits using for 30 days, and drinks plenty of water, he or she should be clean for urine testing. I have heard of extreme cases of very heavy marijuana smokers testing dirty after as long as 60 days, but this should not be common.

4. Testing clean on a urine test for marijuana

The only sure way to not test positive for marijuana, is not to use it, but that’s no fun!

The next best method to make sure you don’t test positive for marijuana is – Synthetic urine.

Synthetic urine is just that, fake urine, with all the compounds that belong there, and none of the stuff that doesn’t.

Synthetic urine usually comes in a plastic bottle that is easy to conceal, and many times comes with a heater pad (like a hand-warmer) and a temperature strip so you can make sure it is at the correct temperature before pouring it in the test cup.

I can personally tell you that synthetic urine works 100% of the time, if used correctly. That means if you follow the directions, you will pass the test PERIOD. I once smoked a joint on the way to the clinic and walked in wreaking of marijuana when I took my test. The whole time I was just laughing and making jokes, all the time knowing I was higher than shit, but still about to pass the urine test. Sure enough, I got the call a few days later, I had passed the test and got the job.

5. The lethal dose of marijuana for a human has NEVER been reached by a human – EVER.
As in NEVER, EVER, EVER has anyone EVER died from a lethal dose, or overdose of marijuana – EVER in recorded history.

If it exists at all, it has been estimated that the lethal dose “would be” 1,500 pounds worth of smoked marijuana, in 1 setting.

Now to put that into prospective… 1 marijuana cigarette or “joint” weighs about a half a gram.

There are 28 grams in an ounce, and 16 ounces in 1 pound X’s 1500 pounds = 1,344,000 joins in 1 setting.
Thats One Million Three-hundred Forty Four Thousand joints, at once!

Not only impossible, but a total waste of weed since you would fall asleep well before you got through the first ounce, and before you argue – yes I have sat down with over an ounce more than once and set out to smoke it all by myself, each time I was fast asleep at about the half ounce mark.

I am open to testing again if you don’t take my word for it, as long as you supply the stash this time, and it better not be that Mexican poop weed the drug Smugglers are catapulting across our border.

Well there you have it, 5 facts about marijuana you might not have known.
We’ll have more for you soon!

Marijuana Terms Definitions and Glossary

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Aeroponics: n. – A technique used to grow marijuana

Annual: a plant, such as marijuana/cannabis that completes it’s entire life cycle from seed to harvest, in one year/season.

Aqua lung: n. – A gravity bong in a bucket. Also a person who smokes mega and doesn’t share.

Artillery: n. – Equipment for smoking weed

Babysitting: v. – To hold the joint or bowl for a long period of time before passing it

Baked: v. – Beyond high. Same as stoned, though some people argue that it’s referring to beyond stoned

Bale: n. – A big bag or bale of marijuana

Bag: n – A bag of marijuana, any size, from one gram, to one or two ounces

Bat: A fat, half joint or roach that resembles a baseball bat

Blaze: v. To smoke marijuana

Blazed: adj. – To be high on marijuana.

Blowed: – v. high off ur ass

Blunt: n. Herb stuffed cigar

Blunt wrap: n. – A tobacco leaf wrapping for use in making marijuana cigars. Depending on location, the flavors increase and vary.

Blunted: adj. under influence of blunt

Bogart: n. – Holding a bowl instead of passing and everyone is like, where is that green, “Don’t bogart that joint” Also, bouged, bogey

Bomber: n. – Big, fat Marley-style spliff

Bong: n. A waterpipe for smoking marijuana.

Bowl: n. – A part of a pipe used to stuff the herb into.

Bud (buds): n. – The flower top of the marijuana plant.

Buddha: n. – Strong marijuana.

Bullet: A type of pipe that resembles a large bullet. More easily concealed in the hand than a standard pipe.

Buzz: When you have a nice high from smoking or drinking. Not too much, not too little.

Buzzkill: n. – Something that decreases your nice high or gets you out of that stoney state of mind like somebody that is really annoying.

Camping: v. – The act of forgetting to pass a smoking joint, bowl, bong or blunt in a smoking circle.

Cannabinoid: n. – A type of organic compound, found in marijuana and the cannabis plant species, that is responsible for the psychoactive effects.

Cannabis (cannibis, cannibus): n. – Marijuana

Cannon: n. – The biggest fattest joint you can roll.

Canoeing: v. – When the side of a joint or blunt begins to burn unevenly with the rest of the blunt causing a canoe to form, easily fixed by licking your finger, applying moisture to the area burning, and re-lighting the joint or blunt at the tip

Carb: n. – A hole in a pipe that allows air in or out for a better toke. It allows you to take a super toke force hit.

Cash: adj. When the bowl is done.

Cash crops: n. – Slang term for marijuana.

Cashed: adj. – After you smoke your bowl and there is nothing left but ash.

Cheeba: n. marijuana

Chillum: n. – A type of cannabis pipe.

Chronic: n. Incredibly potent marijuana, it started out as weed laced with coke

Clambake: v. – To smoke in an enclosed area with no ventilation so that all the smoke is inhaled with every breath. In a car, closet or small enclosed space.

Clip: n.- Any type of clip that holds the roach

Clone: a clone is a clipping that is taken from a “mother” plant and rooted, then grown into a mature plant. The mature plant will be identical genetically as the “mother” it was taken from.

Cone: n. – A joint rolled inside-out, usually skinny at one end and fat at the other. This is very popular in the Netherlands. Also known as a Spliff.

Cottonmouth: n. – Also known as dry mouth after smoking or ingesting marijuana.

Couch-lock: n. – The feeling you get after smoking a strong indica and you feel like your ass is glued to the sofa.

Dank: adj. Good Smelly Weed “Go on and hit the dank”

Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol: n. – The cannabinoid responsible for most of marijuana’s psychoactive effects.

Dime: n. Ten dollar bag of marijuana, dime bag

Dirt weed (dirt grass): n. – Low quality marijuana

Doobie: n. – A term used to describe a marijuana joint. “Pass that doobie.”

Double Bubble: n. – A water-pipe with two chambers of water for extra filtration, the first often filled with hot water to cleanse the smoke and the second filled with cold water to chill the smoke to ease inhalation.

Dro: n. – Hydroponic marijuana, Type of weed – usually pretty good

Dropping a dime: v. Informing. Snitching someone out.

Dugout: n. Usually a wooden box, drilled out inside with a place for your stash, and a place for your one-hitter

Ear: n. – Stoner lingo for “here” (i.e. when passing the pipe/bong/blunt… stoners say “ear” so as to not expel a portion of their recent hit with an airy “H” sound)

Eighth: n. – One eighth of an ounce of pot

Elbow: n. A pound of marijuana

Endo: n. – Slang for marijuana.

Endocannabinoid: n. – A group of compounds that are remarkably similar to those found in cannabis that are naturally occurring in the human body.

Fatty: n. – A big phat joint.

Five dollar bag: n. – 5 dollars worth of marijuana More commonly known as a Nick, or a Nickel Bag

Four Twenty, 420: n. – A time to get high, a national day, cannabis itself. A code for let’s get high right now.
420 (4:20): n. 420 is the Time of day for all potheads…

Fried: adj. – Beyond baked, couldnt get more screwed up i.e. toasted

Front: v. – To lend someone weed expecting payment in the near future.

Ganja: n. – A term used to describe cannabis in Jamaica

Get high (get lifted, get off): n. – The medicated feeling from consuming marijuana.

Giggle weed (giggle smoke): n. – Marijuana that’ll make you have a giggle fit like a little girl..

Glassware: n. – Smoking utensils made from glass, these delicate pieces are often in the form of bongs, bowls, bubblers, chilliums, steamrollers, etc…

Grass: n. marijuana slang

Gravity bong: n. – A type of pipe that uses the force of draining water to burn the pot.

Grommet: n. – The rubber seal found on most good glass waterpipes

Half: n. – half ounce, also, half O, haff, half a zip

Head shop: n. – A place to buy marijuana paraphernalia.

Hemp: n. – The non-psychoactive varieties of the cannabis plant.

Henky: adj. – Crooked Or Scandalous.

Herb: n. – Slang for cannabis.

Hog leg: n. – A big joint of weed.

Holding: v. – To possess drugs. “Hey man, what you holding?” or, To hold the joint too long. “Hey man, stop holding that joint and pass the damn thing.”

Hookah: n. – Device to smoke either tobacco, hashish, or marijuana out of. Construction resembles that of a water pipe, but the hookah has multiple mouthpieces, allowing more than one person to toke, and is usually elaborately wrapped in silk and/or string, making it more decorative.

Honey oil: n. – THC extract from marijuana aka cannabis resin aka hash oil aka hashish oil.

Hooter: n. Blunt or large fat joint, big fat doobie.

Hot Box: v. – To hot box a room is to fill it full of second hand marijuana smoke to the point you can’t see and it’s hard to breathe. To Hot Box a joint or cigarette is when (usually) more than one person is smoking, and the ‘hots’ or ‘cherry’ get almost as long as the joint or the cigarette.

Hydro (hydroponics, hydroponic): n. A type of gardening that uses water as a medium instead of soil. See: Hydroponics

Hydroponics: a method of growing a plant in a soil-less nutrient solution and water. many marijuana growers use hydroponics instead of soil in order to increase yields, while cutting down on overall growing time.

Indica: n: – A species of marijuana plant.

Indoor: n. – Indoor marijuana, usually the most potent.

Inter-node: n. – The space between nodes on a pot plant.

J (j’s): n. – A marijuana cigarette

Jamaican Red (Gold): n. – Names of marijuana from Jamaica.

JIB: n. – Another word for joint

Joint: n. – Rolled up marijuana ready to smoke.

Joint Poop: n. The resin ball that accumulates on the end of a joint that almost always comes off on your white clothing- staining it forever

Kief: n. The crystals off the buds of the marijuana plant

Kentucky blue grass: n. – Type of marijuana from southern United States

Key: n. – An amount of marijuana equal to a kilogram or 2.2 pounds.

Kief,Kiff, kif: n. – The crystal residue from marijuana.

Killer: n. – Type of weed that immediately gets you high in the first hit. It’s rare but does happen.

Killer joints, killer weed: n. – Terms used for really good weed.

Kind: n. – A term used to mean anything to do with good pot.

Kona bud, (kona gold, kona coma): n. – Kona buds are differing strains of good marijuana- with the characteristic of having a big flower top.

Kryptonite: n. – Weed that will drain all of your powers and sense of reality

Leaf: n. – Part of the marijuana plant.

Lebanese hash: n. – A well known type of black hash and gold hash native to the region of Lebanon.

Lid: n. – The amount of marijuana that can fit in the lid of a mason jar. Also an outdated term for one ounce. Ask an old dude, they remember those Fifty dollar ounces!

Light green: v. – A grade of marijuana.

Lightweight: n. – A person who is baked off small amounts of weed.

Lit: adj. – Really or unusually high.

Lit up: adj. – To be really high.

Loco weed: n. – Old school for marijuana.

Log: n. – A big phat joint or blunt

MacGyver: n. – Someone who can fix or make a marijuana smoking device with no notice and limited supplies. or, “Give me an ink pen, apple and a piece of foil, I’ll MacGyver up a pipe in no time…” -v.

Medusa: n. – Nickname for a 4 (or more) hitter hookah pipe.

Magic smoke: n. – Cannabis

Manicure: v. – To trim the top leaves and flowering tops of the hemp plant.

Marijuana: n. – The flowering tops of the female cannabis plant. The buds. AKA, doobie, ganja, grass, green, herb, Indo/ Endo, weed, pot, wacky tabacky,

Mother plant: female cannabis plant used for obtaining clones by taking cuttings and rooting. marijuana mother plants are sometimes kept in a vegetative state (long daylight cycle) for up to years, and may provide thousands of clones for use over the course of its life.

Mule: n. – A person who moves drugs for a payment of money

Munchies: n. – A side effect or smoking up, when you get very hungry after smoking marijuana.

Narc: n. – 1) a person who cooperates with law enforcement officers, 2) someone who tries to gain trust and then betray trust in order to expose drug activity or other illicit activities, 3) The most horrible insult to any proud stoner.

Necrosis: localized death of a plant part as result of injury, disease, or deficiency.

Nickel bag: (Nick) n. A five dollar bag of weed.

Node: n. – The place where a branch grows off of the stem of a pot plant

Northern lights: n. – A famous type of marijuana.

Nosecone: n. – A large cone rolled doobie with a rosebud in the end.

Nug: n. – A small bud of marijuana.

Nugs (nugz) : n. Many small buds of pot.

O: n. an ounce of marijuana

O’s: n. two or more ounces of weed.

O.D.: v. – an overdose of narcotics.

O.G.: n. Original Gangsta/Gangster, strain of marijuana “OG Kush”

Oh-Zee. O.Z.: n. – An ounce of pot.

One Hitter- n.- A small slender pipe that usually resembles a cigarette only made of metal. Normally a standard piece of equipment issued with a dugout, but can be bought separately and is really excellent for smoking roaches too

One hit wonder: n. – Dope that takes one hit to get you stoned

Ounce (ounce bag): n. – 28 grams of weed.

O.Z. (oh-zee): n. – An ounce of weed

Pack a bowl: v. – To place pot into a pipe or bong

Papes: n. – Cigarette papers used to roll joints of marijuana.

Papers: n. Rolling papers used for smoking cigarettes, marijuana and herbal smokes.

Parachute: n. – A plastic bottle that has the bottom cut out. There is a plastic bag that is taped over the cut out hole on the bottom and a string tied to bottom of the bag. The cap must either be made into a bowl or have a bowl put in. Place the string under your foot, light the bowl and pull up with the ‘parachute.’ It cooks extremely harsh yet high stoning hits! Great at parties!! Amaze your friends!!

Partake: v. – To partake of the herb. When you are ready to catch a buzz you say “lets partake”..if you are catchin a buzz you say we’re “partaken” stop by.

Peddler: n. – Someone who sells drugs and other illegal paraphernalia.

Peer Pressure: v. – When anyone tries to pass to a person who doesn’t smoke, but happens to be in the rotation, or to the immediate left/right

Perma-baked: v. – Always high.

Perma-fried: adj. – Constantly stoned.

Perma-grin: adj. When you smoke out, and you can’t stop smiling even though your face hurts from it. ex. “Dude looks like he got perma-grin”

Photosynthesis: is a process used by plants that converts carbon dioxide into organic compounds, especially sugars, using the energy stored from taking in sunlight.

Pinch: v. To steal a little pot from someone else’s bag. A mortal stoner sin.

Pinched: v. Busted, set up, or caught. ex. “Jimmy got pinched last night with an O, now he’s in county with no bond.”

Pinner: n. – Real thin rolled joint. Also known as a “Michigan Penitentiary” or just “Penitentiary” Joint

Pin Joint: n. – Small spliff, a pinner

Pipe: n. – Used for smoking marijuana. Made from various materials such as glass, wood, or metal, consisteing of a bowl, a stem, and a mouthpiece. Sometimes they even have a lid or can be made from apples, pop cans

Pot: n. marijuana nickname

Pot head: n. – Someone who smokes pot constantly.

Pothead anthem: n. – Any song you love having to do with pot. ex.- “I got stoned and I missed it”(Dr. Hook), “Do you feel like we do” (Peter Frampton), Because I got High”(Afroman), and “Last dance with Mary Jane”(Tom Petty)

Potna: (Partner) n. Term to address your smoking buddy -pl. ‘potna’s’

Pregnant: adj. – A joint that is rolled really fat in the center and skinny on the ends.

Primo: adj. High quality stuff, really good marijuana

Professional: n. – A pro roller….is one who can fashion, fix, or prepare any broken,dry,stale,ripped in three pieces, washed, wet,tainted, tracing paper, bugler wraps, or any other paper product that is NOT an actual rolling paper for spinning spliffs.

Puff Daddy: n. – “I’ve been told once you have a pot babe…and supply all her smoking needs regularly, you become her puff daddy. Pretty similar to a Sugar Daddy, only for weed instead of money

Puff the Magic Dragon: v. – To smoke marijuana.

Puffin the lovely: v. – Burning a reefer.

Purple: n. – Refers to weed that has a purple color to it. The plant either became purple due to its genetics or it has been left to ripen a little past maturity. Cold weather sometimes induces cannabis plants to become purple as well.

Purple hazed: v. (purple hazing) To be baked or getting baked.

Purple leaf: n. – A type of marijuana that grows purple colored leafs and hairs on the buds.

QP: n. Quarter Pound of weed

Quarter: n. – a quarter of an ounce of marijuana, 7 grams of weed. also called a Quarter bag, or a Quarter O.

Queen Green: n. – This is the chick who has the endless supply and variety of tasty green buds….the true Queen never lets her kingdom go without marijuana.

Quick Grab: n. This is any amount of weed you buy from a dealer right inside or outside the door of a party store. In Detroit, you can get blunt wraps, a deuce, a pack of cigarettes, and grab a Nic or a Dime on your way out the door.

Ragweed: n. – Pretty shitty weed

Rasta weed: n. – Good Jamaican ganja.

Rat: n.- Snitch, informant, narc. To betray by snitching out your peeps or others

Red bud: n. – Red colored marijuana usually referring to the color of the hairs on the buds.

Red-eyed: v. – The extreme bloodshot eyes you get after toking on sum good marijuana.

Reefer: n. marijuana.

Reeferhead: n. – Someone who smokes weed.

Resin ball: n. – Ball of resin.

Resin bud: n. – Good marijuana that oozes out resin when you smoke it.

Resinated: v. – To become full of THC resin or caked with resin.

Re-Up: n. – Code for getting more weed.

Righteous bush: n. – The marijuana plant.

Ripped off: v. – Someone just took your money and never came back with the weed or sold you dirt weed.

Roach: n. – End of a joint, The little burnt end of a smoked joint. So named due to an uncanny resemblance to actual roaches

Roach clip: n. – A tool to hold the little burnt end of a smoked joint so you don’t burn your fingers.

Roaches: n. – A pile of burnt joint ends.

Roach joint: n. – A joint made up of nothing but roaches.

Roasting: n. – Smoking marijuana.

Roll: v. To roll a joint

Roll: v. To leave

Rolling – The bowl is still burning when the next person hits it.

Roll up: v. to put the spin on a joint

Runners: n. – people who sell dope for others, or just carry for them.

Rush: n. When you hit the joint/bowl/bong/roach so hard you see spots, and all the blood goes to your head. ex. one tends to get a rush after taking drugs

Rusty weed: n. – Brown weed.

Sack chaser: n. a women using a man for his weed.

Sacks: n. – Bags used for marijuana if u sell.

Sackus Quarteralis: n. Quarter bag (in pot Latin)

Safety Meeting: v. code for “lets smoke”

Satchel: any kind of bag, sack, or poke used to hold some buds.

Schwag (shwagg, shwag): n. – Low potentcy pot.

Scooby snacks: n. – The mouthful of weed or ashes you get from a cashed bowl or loose joint.

Seedling: a very young plant produced from a seed.

Sensi: n. – A very potent, seedless cannabis, sort for “sensimilla” which means “without seed”.

Shake: n. – The bottom of the bag of pot that is just a pulverized mix of stem, leaf and sometimes seed.

Shiva: n. – A Hindu deity, the hashish smoking Goddess whose healing properties were contained within the sacred smoke of the cannabis plant.

Shotgun: v. – To place a joint in the mouth backwards, then blowing through the joint and into someone elses mouth. They in turn get one super toke of smoke.

Shredded: adj. – Absolutely stoned, ripped.

Skimp bag: n. A little bag with little weed in it. Anytime your bag seems too short for too much

Skins: n. – rolling papers.

Skunk weed: n. – A type of marijuana that smells every bit as rank as a skunk

Slang , slangin’: v. selling drugs or goods – sort of a redneck twanged “sling”- as in, “Jedidiah got laid off and went broke, now he’s back to slangin’.”

Slide: n – The removable downstem in a bubbler or waterbong, used as a carb to clear the chamber of smoke.

Slow ya roll: v. – Take it easy, slow down before things get out of control.

Smoke you out: n. – To smoke cannabis with someone.

Smokout buddie: n. – Person you smoke with the most.

Smokeout room: n. – A room dedicated to being an all weed room.

Smoking around: adv. – An expression used for the instance where a regular smoking buddy is caught getting high with someone else. “I know you ain’t cheating on me! I know you ain’t smoking around!”

Snitch: n. Rat, talks for cash

Spark: n. – Lighter.

Spot: v. – Getting dope up front, no cost at time – a front, on loan.

Stank: n. – Really good cannabis.

Stash: n. – A good place you find to hide your pot or other valuables. n. – Whatever drugs you have on hand, set off to the side, hidden, or put up for a rainy day

Steamroller: n. – A Marijuana pipe, which is basically a straight tube with a bowl on it. Usually made from a cardboard toilet paper or paper towel tube and foil…anything handy. You probably have a MacGuyver with you if smoking from one of these.

Stem, stems: n. – A part of the marijuana plant usually thrown away.

Stick: n. – Used to describe a bag with lot’s of stems. “Hey man, this weeds is full of sticks”.

Sticky fingers: adj. – Your hands after cleaning a terrific sticky green bud…you know its gonna be tasty…’cause your fingers stick to your papers!

Stankweed, Stinkweed: n. – Slang for really smelly pot.

Stoner: adj. – A person who is baked most of, or all of the time.

Stoner moment: n. – This means that when your smoking alot of pot and your with alot of friends, and all of the sudden you find yourself and all the others looking off into the distance zoning out, and completely quiet.

Stoner moment: v. – ” I don’t remember what I was gonna say for the definition”…aahhh a stoner moment 4 me..

Straight: v. – Don’t smoke/don’t want something (“I’m straight”).

Ten sack: n. – Ten bucks worth of pot, also called a dime bag.

Ten spot: n. – Dime bag. Ten dollar bill

THC: n. – Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, The most active psychotropic compound in marijuana.

Thai Stick: n. – Pot from Thailand wrapped around a thin bamboo stick and held together with strips of stalk. Nowadays considered a thing of stoner mythology.

The Dank: n. – Really good pot. “Yo, he’s got the best weed around – that shit is dank!”

The fuzz: n. – Refers to the police “oh no its the fuzz!”.

The Weed Magician: n. – Someone who can always get weed really fast when others don’t have any.

Toke: v. – To toke, toked, or toking; word used when describing the smoking of marijuana.

Toker: n. – Someone who is always getting high, pothead.

Toupee: n. – When you add a little “green top” over the cashed weed in a pipe or bong. “Man, that ain’t no fresh bowl of weed, you just put a toupee on it!”

Torch: v. – To spark up a doobie. Also, a device commonly used to heat glass smoking apparatus’ for consuming marijuana extracts.

Tore up from the floor up: v. – So freaking high you can’t think clearly.

Trap: n. – Hiding place for your stash.

Trainwreck: n. – Super potent Canadian variety of marijuana originating in British Columbia

Tree: n. . – Weed. (Trees:) n. Slang for marijuana.

Twistin’: adj. – Rolling a joint or blunt, spin on, or PR- pre-roll

Under-baked: pron. – Not quite high enough because of to many lungs in the rotation. Less medicated or “high” than one considers to be properly “baked”.

Utensil: n. – A pot pipe, or an object used to scrape, tamp, clean or stir a pipe.

Vaporizer: n. – A device which heats your marijuana to the exact vaporizing temperature of the active compounds, without heating to the point of combustion. Smokeless way to inhale marijuana.

Wake and bake: v. – To wake up and smoke marijuana first thing in the morning,

Water-pipe: n. – A pipe with a water filtration chamber, normally used in place of Bong in head shops to prevent any legal hassles.

Weed abuse: v. – To spill marijuana or waste marijuana.

White rhino: n. – A type of cannabis

White widow: n. – One of the most powerful kinds of marijuana in the world. Winner of many pot awards.

Wraps: n. – These are rolling papers, blunt wraps, etc.

Zip: n. – Ounce, also zipper, zippo, zippy. As in “I’ma stop by and pick up that Zippo I lost”, “I think I broke my zipper, can you fix it for me?”, “I’ll take a zip of your finest”.

Zoned: v. The state of mind where you’re focused on one thing only. In the “zone”, or zoned out.

Zonked: n. – Stoned out of your mind, really, really high.