Top 5 ways to smoke Cannabis

The top 5 ways to smoke cannabis are nothing new but you might be surprised to know which one of the newest craze ways to smoke actually is.  Here are the top 5 ways to smoke cannabis in order:

Vaporizer Bong Pipe Stone Zig-Zags

Now then, you may say well that is nothing new!  Actually, what we are speaking of here is the changes we have seen in the way people smoke cannabis in today's world versus the old traditional way.[more...]  Yes, more people are using vaporizers to smoke cannabis, believing it is much safer than directly inhaling smoke.  A vaporize heats cannabis just below combustion, so you enjoy a strong high without harsh heat or toxic smoke. Those who have bongs enjoy the seamless effort into deep inhaling for maximum results.  Pipe users are and have always said the pipe is very affordable and handy to carry around, thus, using a pipe to smoke cannabis is something of convenience.…

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Marijuana is the largest cash crop

Marijuana is the largest cash crop in the United States and all over the world for that matter.[more...] It is more valuable than corn and wheat combined. Let's take a look at what Dr. Gettman, world re-noun expert has to say: Dr. Gettman, using conservative pricing, estimated that the domestic marijuana production had a value of $35.8 billion. The domestic marijuana crop consisted of 56.4 million marijuana plants cultivated outdoors worth $31.7 billion and 11.7 million plants cultivated indoors worth $4.1 billion. The top ten marijuana producing states were California, Tennessee, Kentucky, Hawaii, Washington, North Carolina, Florida, Alabama, West Virginia, and Oregon. Five states (California, Tennessee, Kentucky, Hawaii and Washington) had marijuana crops worth over $1 billion.) Can these figures possibly be true?  You bet your sweet bippie they are!

In April 2010, CNBC weighed in and asked the all-encompa…

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Hawaii Senators Approve Marijuana Law

Hawaii Senators approve marijuana law!  Yes!  Hawaii Senators have agreed to approve a new marijuana law and make possession of less than one ounce of marijuana a civil fine versus a criminal fine. [more...] This is very good news!  Of course, the Honolulu Police disagree.... stating out of 30,000 arrests last year only 19 of them were for misdemeanor possession of marijuana.  Well, finds it pretty questionable if Honolulu Police actually made that many arrests especially if the arrests were drug related.  After all, Honolulu is not that populated and to make that many drug arrests or otherwise would be astronomical.  Our contentions are if they only made 19 misdemeanor possession of marijuana less than one ounce arrests...then that is pretty weak.  Obviously, they do not have a wide spread problem with people committing drug crimes.  Or, are the Honolulu Police lying? We are not sure... but the senators were correct when they decid…

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