There has been much talk of CBD (the non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant) and with a good reason.

Studies show that this component is more powerful than we thought and has numerous health benefits which are often shadowed by the controversy surrounding the popular plant.

You have probably heard that many people use marijuana or CBD to alleviate pain, reduce anxiety and depression, etc. But how exactly does it work? Here is everything you need to know about using CBD for pain management.

What is CBD?

There are over 60 components in the marijuana plant and CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the two main ones (besides THC). CBD is non-psychoactive which means it doesn’t get you high. THC gets you high while CBD calms you down.

In fact, CBD is the component that researchers are so interested in and not THC. It has been shown that CBD can help reduce the symptoms of various medical conditions but without the usual marijuana high. CBD has anti-inflammatory properties and it is known for its pain relief effects.

There are many CBD-based products and if hemp-derived CBD is used, none of them can make you high.

What Are the Effects of CBD?

A few decades ago, it has been discovered that our bodies naturally produce cannabinoids. This is the endocannabinoid system and the cannabinoids it produces are called endocannabinoids. These are created whenever we need them and are present in most parts of our bodies.

The endocannabinoid system is responsible for bodily functions such as movement, sleep cycles, digestion, as well as memory, appetite, and other important functions. CBD is a cannabinoid which means that we have natural receptors which process CBD.

CB1 and CB2 receptors are the primary receptors in our endocannabinoid system. The first one is mostly present in the brain and spinal cord while the latter is found in the immune cells.

When THC binds to CB1, it affects our ability to focus, our decision-making skills as well as other important functions. THC leads to the release of dopamine, the hormone responsible for making us feel good. This is the marijuana high that we know of.

CBD doesn’t have the same effects. On the contrary, while CBD does interact with the receptors in our brain, CBD ability to bind to the primary receptors is limited. However, it alters the shape of CB1 receptors.

That means other cannabinoids cannot bind to them. CBD releases the fatty acid amide hydrolase enzyme which leads to the feeling of relaxation. Some studies show that people who used marijuana had less need to use pain medicines.

Marijuana has been used as a natural remedy for centuries. Nowadays, cannabis is most often used for pain relief purposes.

Many studies have been conducted to explore the effects of CBD for pain management. A study published in 2017 showed that CBD helps with joint pain. It has also been shown that topical application of CBD is more efficient than CBD taken orally.

According to a 2008 review, it was concluded that CBD is very successful in pain management without any known side-effects. It is recommended for people with chronic back pain and research suggests CBD is also helpful in treating migraines, multiple sclerosis, and arthritis.

CBD Oil

There are many CBD-based products such as creams, edibles, sprays, and oils. CBD oil is often used to help with chronic pain.

CBD oil is an increasingly popular product is used to treat various conditions. Even though there is insufficient clinical evidence to prove it, there are reasons to believe that CBD oil can help with pain, acne, cancer or even Alzheimer’s disease.

The oil, which is extracted from the plant, is applied topically. Due to the legalization of marijuana, CBD oil is available almost everywhere. It is not legal in all parts of the world but it can easily be bought online.

CBD oil can also be bought in the form of creams and sprays as well. It can be used for a number of conditions such as:

    • Acne
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Neuropathic pain
    • Epilepsy
    • Muscle spasms
    • Glaucoma
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Insomnia
    • loss of appetite

For the time being, there is no research which suggests any side-effects of CBD oil. However, it is possible that CBD oil interacts with other medicines. Further research is necessary to determine whether there are any side-effects of cannabis oil.

Final Word

Chronic pain is a common problem which can disrupt your entire lifestyle. It affects your sleep cycle, mood, appetite, and as a result, it affects your productivity and the overall quality of your life. CBD has the potential to reduce these symptoms and improve the quality of your life. Not only can it normalize your sleep cycle but consequently, it can increase your appetite and improve your mood.

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Smoke Weed Everyday?

by dope smoker on July 17, 2019

Almost any of the great minds who choose to consume cannabis will usually in some way or form, have one warning for others amongst the many benefits: High doses without a few days break will only ever impede your livelyhood, demotivate you and fog your memory in the long term.

I have to be especially vocal about the benefits of the plant to reduce harm because right now I live in a country where the government actively tells people cannabis DESTROYS lives and somehow causes psychosis despite so much evidence for the contrary. Every day another user is put behind bars, a life efficiently destroyed for the benefit of the state.

People all around me hold unscientific and heavily biased views, creating a dichotomy between “stoners” and “sobers” which will only obscure the truth and impede legalisation (which if you don’t already agree should happen, has irrefutably reduced actual crime and reduced the harm of all drugs in society markedly)

But back to those “dangerous” daily high doses. No natural cannabinoid has been shown to have neurotoxic effects in humans. Any effects from consumption are temporary and don’t trust anyone who argues otherwise because there is no chemical mechanism to support that idea.

Even in people prone to hyperemesis from extreme use (vomiting unless they smoke pot) this side effect goes away ~3 weeks after the last inhale. Even in developing brains the evidence for any harm is not clear and exaggerated.

When you consume daily though, you will start storing CBD, THC, and THCV in fat deposits. CBD is extremely beneficial for almost anybody as it isn’t a drug, it doesn’t bind to (agonize) CB1 or 2 receptors directly, instead allowing the body’s endocannabinoids to bind easier. This is why the government can’t keep it prohibited on the grounds that it’s psychoactive, because it isn’t. Even bigots have to abide by the laws of biochemistry when drafting their oppression systems. CBD is our foot in door for full cannabis decriminalisation.

THC is first and foremost a CB1 agonist, and secondary a psychedelic. CB1 agonism is where THC replaces anandamide your body produces in the receptor, creating the wellbeing, sedative, pain relief and demotivating effects. It’s also psychedelic though, so will directly enhance creative thinking and immersion in any tasks you are performing. Unlike LSD or psilocybin, this effect is typically mild because CBD actively stops THC being absorbed into the receptors.

Almost all of the perceptual and long term pro cognitive effects of cannabis, come from THC. I repeat this a lot, but no one seems to understand: In the long term neither THC, nor other psychedelic use, causes manic psychosis in healthy adults or adolescents, a proven fact. Only in people with schizophrenia or other rare genetic differences is this a risk worth mentioning.

Even though I describe psychedelics as mania inducing drugs, this is only for the duration it is in your brain, you get too high one time? Just breathe and you’ll be back to normal in a few hours.

THC-V is produced in low concentrations when you smoke or vaporise weed at high temperatures. It is more potent at agonising the receptor and has stronger sedative, anti-insomnia effects than THC. If you smoke daily your body has to process more of this stored cannabinoid which explains the lethargic effect of ritual, daily smoking.

So what does this tell us? Depending on who you are you can almost certainly benefit from all 3 major cannabinoids’ effects. If it wasn’t for discovering the anti-insomnia effects of the plant I would have found 6th year and uni days impossible due to my chronic ADHD making a healthy sleep pattern impossible. I wouldn’t have been able to function during my lowest depressions if it weren’t for the relief I feel after a vape. If it weren’t for the pain relieving aspects of daily use many of my friends would not be able to leave the house.

If it weren’t for the anti anxiety effects of CBD many people I know would never have been able to pursue their hidden talents. If it weren’t for the recreational comfort using the plant brings, many people I know would be turning themselves into alcoholics. Hell if it weren’t for the pleasant smell of pot smoke filtering out a window, we wouldn’t get that instant feeling that somewhere, someone is having a good time.

But if it weren’t for the side effects I described at the start, the gradual demotivation, lethargy, confusion and memory inaccessibility that comes with high, uninterrupted THC use, I would be telling people it’s okay to use it every day. You’ll notice I’ve never advocated for that in my writings, not for anyone who doesn’t have a genuine medical condition (epilepsy, insomnia, chronic pain, cancer etc.) To think that any tool humans have discovered has only positive effects is silly.

Your brain, if you are healthy and usually somewhat grounded like me, is a genetic machine derived from the experiences of every human being in your lineage. It goes through natural depressions and manias according to your own experiences, where you feel like those traits hide and come out on their own accord.

When you take any drug, yes you are impeding or allowing those connections to work better. The number one myth about drugs is that just because they replace neurotransmitters they are distancing “you” from your natural processes, the direct opposite is true for psychedelics as they are more efficient than natural serotonin. Anyone who’s “felt more alive and more themself” than they had before taking them knows this.

The same is only half true for pot use.

Terence Mckenna, while introducing the west to traditional entheogen use advocated that people do as he said and not what he did when it comes to cannabis (he is famous for being one of the most vocal and heavy potheads in the world). He recommended people use it no more frequently than once a week, due to the negative effects compounding only after days without a break and the tolerance to THC.

He blamed his inability to moderate his use on his love for the effects, and the mild addictive quality to the softening of anxiety that the plant brings. I strongly think he openly used it every day because he wanted show an intellectual genius can choose to be a stoner and still appear 100% to anyone else. Say what you want about his later theories being too fantastical, his abilities and personality had no signs of diminishing even though he became more distant from society and his family (truly the two most beneficial yet damaging cages a creative person can be trapped within).

I’ve had the joy of figuring this out in just a few years of living in the pothead centre North East Scotland as an afro’d musician who dresses in paisley and wears bellbottoms. I am surrounded by amazing and well-meaning people who are open to new understanding and interpretation of age old issues, and but some of the attitudes towards pot use are outdated to say the least. I can only hope the mass media loosens it’s fiercely unchanging stance on psychedelic and cannabis derived drugs as some devilish taboo unworthy of daily conversation and celebration…

In the words of the great George Harrison

“Floating down the stream of time, of life to life with me
Makes no difference where you are or where you’d like to be
It’s all too much for me to take
The love that’s shining all around here

All the world’s a birthday cake
So take a piece but not too much
Set me on a silver sun, for I know that I’m free
Show me that I’m everywhere, and get me home for tea

It’s all to much for me to see
A love that’s shining all around here
The more I am, the less I know
And what I do is all too much

It’s all too much for me to take
The love that’s shining all around you
Everywhere, it’s what you make
For us to take, it’s all too much

It’s too much, it’s too much
Too much, too much, too much cake!”

By Finn Eamon

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8 Things to remember when vaping dry herb

by dope smoker on July 15, 2019

Using weed vaporizers like Exxus Vape are considered as one of the best ways to consume cannabis. Dry herbs are preferred by cannabis connoisseurs because herbs carry a lot of flavonoids and terpenes making herbs the perfect material for those who look for a truly rewarding and satisfying experience. You get to enjoy all the flavors and all the aromas native to cannabis. Another reason is that cannabis is as natural as it can get.

Wax concentrates undergo multiple processes of extraction that with poor extraction procedures, wax concentrates might contain traces of impurities and irritants that will affect your overall vaping experience. While many might see vaping dry herb as a delicate and a rather sensitive material, consuming dry herbs is easy and straightforward. When vaping dry herbs, here are 10 things you should remember to make the best out of your experience.

1. Grind your herbs.

If you’ve known an advanced smoker or vape user, you’d notice that one common practice of those who consume dry herbs and other botanical plan matter is grinding. Grinding weed allows them to break nuggets of herbs, stubborn leaves, as well as flowers. Breaking herbs into smaller pieces allows the herbs not only to cover better surface are but also to react better to heat. Grinders also save you the trouble of having to cut the herbs into finer pieces conveniently instead of using a pair of scissors or use your hands in the process.

However, ultimately, the goal of using a vaporizer is to collect pollen. Pollen or kief, is the resin glands of the cannabis plant and dry herb grinders are made to collect them. Pollens contain potent doses of various cannabinoids native to the cannabis plant and collecting these precious pollens allow you to kick your vaping sessions up a notch. What’s more is that these pollens are flexible sources of cannabinoids.

This means that they can be used using a wide array of applications. Most consumers use kief of pollen as sprinkles added to dry herbs when vaping. However, a majority of those who consume dry herbs also use pollen in baking cannabis-infused edibles, it can also be used on beverages where the heat of coffee or tea can activate the cannabinoids on the pollen. It can also be used as toppings when eating food like pasta or any other dish where adding this substance will feel right.

2. Use fresh herbs.

Buy from trusted and reputable establishments as well as dispensaries, these places ensure that the herbs you will use are kept in a place where the environment is suited for the storage of herbs. Cannabis herbs are sensitive and small factors like heat and light might affect the quality – let alone the longevity of these dry herb strains. Furthermore, dispensaries and head shops make sure that the herbs they sell are professionally tended. The herbs they will sell will oftentimes and highly likely to be fresh which ensures the optimum results when vaping these herbs.

Spoiled herbs or those that have not been stored or tended to carefully might give you unwanted problems especially they’re meant to be consumed – ingested or inhaled. Remember, anything that goes inside of you has the potential to harm you. Keep your herbs fresh.

3. Mind your temperature.

Many dry herb vaporizers, especially the high-quality ones, will have a means to control or alter the temperature, one way or the other. Variable devices will allow you to change the temperature setting of the vaporizer you’re using and when vaping dry herbs, temperature plays an important role. Herbs do react differently to the slightest change in temperature.

Certain varieties of cannabinoids are released and are extracted when the herbs are subjected to specific heat settings. Remember, the lower the temperature setting is, the more subtle and smoother the vapors are. The higher the temperature profile, the more potent the vapors become since the more active ingredients are released and are extracted into the vapor.

4. Choose the right heating style that suits your needs.

Different dry herb vaporizers have various heating styles. Some of the most common are convection and conduction heating styles.

Conduction vaporizers use a heated surface to transfer heat from the heating element to the herbs. Basically, it’s similar to frying an egg on a pan. The heat of the pan cooks the eggs an in this case, the heated chamber vaporizes the herbs. Using a conduction dry herb vape has its advantages.

One of the most important benefits of using a conduction dry herb vape is its fast heating times. This provides consumers who require on-demand results a befitting vaporizer giving them immediate access to the psychedelic and the therapeutic benefits of vaping dry herbs.

On the other hand, we have convection vapes. Convection heating vaporizers uses hot air instead of a traditional heated surface. Just like the convection ovens used by bakers, vaporizers also use hot air to effectively permeate the herbs for a more uniform burn. Having said one of the benefits of using a convection vaporizer is its ability to evenly vaporize your herbs without reaching the point of combustion.

5. Use the right inhalation method.

In conjunction with temperature and different heating styles, another thing to remember when vaping dry herbs is to use the right inhalation technique.

There are two known inhalation methods used in vaping, one is what we call mouth to lung or MTL and the other is direct lung or DL. Ideally, MTL makes for a more flavorful experience and is one of the easiest inhalation techniques as it closely mimics smoking. DL deals more with increasing the volume and viscosity of the vapor for longer drags and more visible clouds.

When vaping dry herbs both inhalation methods will have different effects giving you variety and suitability for what you need when vaping.

6. Pack your oven properly.

One way to maximize your herbs when vaping them is to pack your oven properly. It’s still connected to using the right heating style since having to pack your oven heavily depends on what kind of vaporizer you’re using. Furthermore, the consistency of how you grind your herbs is also connected to these two factors.

A fine grind packed loosely is best for convection vapes. Because convection ovens heavily depend on hot air for vaporization, a fluffy consistency helps vaporize the herbs better. Conversely, a conduction oven requires heavier consistency so the herbs must have volume in order to make contact to the walls of the oven.

7. Give it time.

Dry herb vaporizers take time to vaporize our herbs which simply means that they won’t easily produce vapors. Hence, we strongly suggest to give your device time especially when vaping moistened herbs. Giving the vaporizer time will allow it to yield substantial vapors.

8. Keep it clean.

Make sure to keep your vaporizers clean. This will not only benefit the longevity of the dry herb vaporizer but will also allow the vaporizer to faithfully preserve the quality of the herbs. An oven or an herb chamber that has resin and material buildup will rub off on the fresh herbs and will eventually ruin the quality of your select dry herb strains.

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If you want to feel relaxed, happy, and experience various health benefits, you’ll certainly want to get the best out of the weed you buy. On the other hand, with bad quality marijuana, you’ll just realize that you’ve thrown your 50 bucks out of the window. In order to prevent situations where you’re staring at the empty bowl wondering why there was no hit, we’ve prepared some tips on assessing your bud.

Phases of Evaluation

You are supposed to smell it, touch it, and take a closer look – that will allow you some educated guesses on how your plant is going to smoke and taste, but this is only the first phase of evaluation. The second has to be the actual consummation where you’ll completely experience the effects of the plant.

Furthermore, you shouldn’t mix quality with potency. If you want to know exactly how much of THC (and other cannabinoids) is in the substance, you’ll have to go for lab testing. Cannabis lab testing are done in professional testing labs, but you can also buy some basic testing equipment and do it yourself at home.

That cleared up, let’s take a look at evaluation methods outside the laboratory.

Dense & Fat, But Crunchy

The first thing you can pay attention to is visual weight – if the dealer gives you a bigger bag than you’ve expected, that’s not a good thing. It means that marijuana inside is loose and fluffy and a lighter flower is the indication of poor quality. Buds should always be dense and fat, but should also make a crunchy sound when you squeeze them.

An Immediate Hit of Familiar Smell

Once you open the bag the smell should hit you that very instant – if you need to put your nose inside than it’s probably not worth smelling at all. Different strains have different smells – due to the large variety of terpenes and terpenoids – but the scent should be a familiar one. The aroma should be lingering and pungent – if it has lost most of its scent or smells like hay, that marijuana is poorly cured.

Vibrant & Even Color

You’ll want to examine the color next. This is one of the most important factors regarding the healthiness of the plant. Color largely depends on genetics but there’s also a factor of how the plant was grown. It’s usually mint green, but some strains can also turn purple when exposed to low temperatures during flower. The dried pistils of the flower can also bring shades of orange and red. Since there can be various shades, the best indication for high-quality is color which is vibrant and even. You should avoid anything with grey splotches and brown and yellow shades are a good indicator that the treatment of leaves was not done.

Leafy is The Sign of Carelessness

While a quality bud is mostly about good genetics, growing the flower is not the end of the job – the effort is also needed after the harvest, especially with trimming. If you see that the buds are too leafy, that’s the sign of carelessness. Leaves don’t get you high so there’s no point in paying someone who doesn’t care properly for the plants.

Sparkling & Shining

In order to provide you with various health benefits, your buds should be packed together with ripe trichomes. They’re supposed to be sparkling and shining, resembling crystals. If buds don’t look frosty that means they haven’t been grown through natural processes and you should avoid them. Another good indicator of good-quality cannabis is that it’s super sticky due to the fact that ripe trichomes are gooey.

Even & Gray Ash

In the end, pay attention to the ash od the joint. It needs to be even and grey, indicating there’s no trace of chemicals or some other impurity. If it burns unevenly and the ash is black then the weed’s probably too humid. Not only will it give you headaches, but it will also add weight which means you’re actually paying for a lot of water.

To sum up – start by assessing visual weight, and the familiar scent should welcome you right after you open the bag. The color should be even and vibrant, you should spot small crystals sparkling, and buds shouldn’t be too leafy. Even and gray ash is there to seal the deal.

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1. Buy some Bitcoin and send it to your wallet

Coinbase is a trusted global Bitcoin exchange operating for several years. One of the largest exchanges you’ll find in the world. You will need to undergo online verification of ID although this process is only needed once. Anybody can buy Bitcoin for any reason (investments, presents etc) it will just be a quick online ID check.

Details on how to buy with a credit card at Binance:

https://binance.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022199312

Details on how to send Bitcoin from Binance:

https://binance.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003670492-How-to-Withdraw-from-Binance

Local Bitcoins is an exchange which lets people trade bitcoins with each other using bank transfers, Paypal, Pingit as well as other systems.  The whole process can normally be completed in a few minutes.

Once you have purchased your Bitcoin, the balance will show where you bought it in an online wallet as a number probably something like 0.0157593. (That’s how much Bitcoin you get for £50 at the moment.)

Once you have bought your Bitcoin you should use Electrum or Blockchain to store your coins, ready to send to your new trustworthy and highly rated online weed dealer at Empire Market.

You should never send coins directly from somewhere like Coinbase to a dark net website, this is asking for problems, make sure you always send the Bitcoin to your own wallet, and then to the dark market. Safety first.

Details on how you send funds out of Coinbase can be found here:

https://support.coinbase.com/customer/en/portal/articles/971437-how-do-i-send-digital-currency-to-another-wallet-

2. Download and install the Tor Browser

https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en

You’ll only need to do this once.

Tor is just like using Internet Explorer or Firefox except the web addresses end with ‘.onion’ instead of .com. It can take a few minutes for it to create a connection when you first start it, this is quite normal. Just download it and you’re away. Get that working then you’re well on the way to solving this problem.

If you are brave enough to attempt this on Android I would recommend this browser.  On the iPhone this one seems to work ok.

Go create your account on Empire Market using the Tor Browser

No need to use your email address, just use this link to create an account so you can then log in to Empire Market and place your orders. Empire is currently one of the easiest place to find uk cannabis dealers online, and is increasing its userbase day by day. It can be very slow, so if you are having problems, be patient and try again in 10 minutes. There are are also these alternative links which may work:

Mirror 1
Mirror 2

Send your Bitcoin from your wallet to the Empire Wallet

Once you have logged in to Empire, look for the ‘BTC’ letters at the top right next to your profile name.

Just to the right of that you can click on the number 0 and you will be taken to your Bitcoin wallet page.

You will need to click on ‘Generate Bitcoin Deposit Address’ and then a long address will be generated which you can send your funds to from your personal wallet. They may take 15 or 20 minutes to show up there once sent. Don’t panic.

5. Buy your weed

The fun part. Ordering your weed.

I can make one recommendation here. ShineyBudsUK. He only sells decent weed and offers outstanding customer service, with weed normally arriving next day if ordered in the morning in the UK during the week. Yes really.

You can find easily find him on Empire with the Tor browser.  Now you are logged in scroll down slightly so you can see the search box to the left and then search for ShineyBudsUK as shown below:

Once the search listings appear, as shown below you can then click on his name to go to his profile:

From here you will see a button to the right hand side which says ‘view store’.

Click on this to then see all of Shiney’s listings:

Now simply choose your product. Just click on whichever you fancy and the product page will appear, as you can see below.

Once you have pressed the buy button you will be taken to the next page where you enter your delivery details.

Make sure that you check the small box (also circled in red) to encrypt your address.

Shiney always delivers. Order with confidence.

There are obviously many other options. Always read their reviews first.  You will be able to find hash, skunk, edibles, oils etc. ‘radarbreeder’ is also on Empire and is very reliable indeed.

I normally stick with UK vendors to avoid packages going through customs, but plenty of people get deliveries from Spain and Germany without problem. You can also filter vendors geographically. This market only recently became popular so don’t yet expect there to be huge amounts of vendor ratings just yet.

6. Finalise

Once you have finished doing your little dance when the weed arrives, remember the vendor – he hasn’t been paid yet so you MUST log back in to Empire, go to your orders page and click the large finalise button to complete the order and release funds to the vendor. That way they will not end up getting very frustrated with you. 🙂


If you want to be extremely safe in your purchase you may want to consider using a VPN (a virtual web connection to hide your location further) when using Tor. For small amounts though, I think this may be overkill.

Important note: If you’re looking to find cannabis oil for medical purposes, first speak to these guys, who really know their stuff.

Technical problems? Get in touch and ask me for help, I will provide free assistance.

An alternative:

If this is all too much and you’re looking for medical relief you may want to consider getting hold of some legal CBD buds. They are being sold openly in the UK now and contain very low levels of THC but do contain other beneficial cannabinoids such as CBD which can reduce pain, inflammation and anxiety as well as having other positive effects. These buds provide the stress and pain relief of cannabis without the stoned brain effects that can occur with THC. Hempelf also sell CBD oils.

This page was last updated on the 24th May 2019.

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CBD for Dogs: 5 Health Benefits Backed by Science

April 30, 2019

The use of CBD oil has been a recent major health trend for both humans and pets. But is this trend just a matter of clever marketing? Or is there any research to back up the use of this product? It turns out that CBD oil, also known as cannabidiol, has been well researched to […]

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Cannabis – A guide for idiots, parents and bigots (updated)

April 19, 2019

The recent legalisation of cannabis has brought much complete ignorance to the forefront of society, as well as a load of spin. With this in mind, I thought it a good time to write a simple cannabis guide for people who need education. A lot has been going on in the world of weed. We […]

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Zamnesia Smartshop Update

April 4, 2019

Zamnesia is one of the world’s leading online smartshops, offering an immense range of products including feminized and autoflowering cannabis seeds, magic mushroom grow kits, vaporizers, entheogenic plants, and much more. This product range has been enjoyed by psychonauts all across the world for many years, catalysing philosophical conversations, creative projects, and cognitive enhancement. Since […]

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Spannabis 2019 Report

March 24, 2019

Arriving at Spannabis for the first time is a bit like entering another world. Well, you are entering another world, for a few days at least. One absolutely full to the brim of stoners, and it is wonderful. Even the hotel we stayed at near the event itself was packed to the brim of cannabis […]

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Conduction Versus Convection Marijuana Vaporizers

February 15, 2019

The death of traditional smoking methods has been long overdue since the global healthcare community finally brought awareness to the long-term consequences of these vices. Marijuana users have found alternative means to consume cannabinoids and the primary way to enjoy THC in this marijuana vaping era. New consumers may struggle to differentiate the fine details […]

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