1. PooHunny

    Poo Hunny

    Poo Hunny I’ve been making Poo Hunny with shake and roh raggy is this stuff strong. 6th batch of honey and i think I've got the recipe down. No idea how to “dose” or say how many mg is in it but I’ve compared to doses with the feeling of dispensary dosages and here’s what multiple opinions...
  2. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    For a first timer, (60 grams) of home grown medicine ain’t bad. The bud was a little rough to intake, but it definitely did the job and rocked me to sleep every single time.
  3. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    You have no idea how excited I was during harvest. Only a couple more weeks before a taste test. I still don’t know the cultivar the plants unfortunately. She was a gorgeous plant.
  4. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    At first the color change threw me in a frenzy, but I quickly found out that it was totally normal. The hue was so vibrant.
  5. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Finally seeing my babies at this stages brought me back to 2014 when I first saw cannabis growing. Full circle.
  6. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    I eventually learned about males and unfortunately removed one of the babies. Ice did not make it. I gave in and purchased new equipment to help me grow quality medicine. This is where it got fun.
  7. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    I was spending a lot of money on the weekly basis just to have a hand full of this medicine. This was was the driving factor behind me ultimately dipping my hands in soil. At first, I didn’t expect the plant to take off growing, but the more I learned about it the more invested I got.
  8. Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Sugar, Honey, & Tea

    Crazy to think it’s only been a couple of months since I started this whole crazy journey. Last year in late June, I was scrapping at the bottom of the bag when I came across 4 seeds. I put the seeds away for a couple of days, holding the urge to pop the seeds, which I inevitably did.
  9. N

    Using glucose as a Trojan Horse

    So I was looking around on the internet and some people are talking about using glucose as a kind of Trojan Horse to introduce anti-cancer substances into cancer cells. They talk about turmeric + honey, maple syrup + baking soda, etc. Since cancer cells have a much greater hunger for glucose...
  10. SashaShiva

    Turning Lead Into Gold - Resin To Honey Oil

  11. Ron Strider

    CA: $483,000 Worth Of Marijuana, Butane Honey Oil Seized In Oroville Search

    An estimated $483,000 worth of marijuana and butane honey oil were seized after narcotics officers served a search warrant at a metal shop in Oroville. Members of the Butte County Sheriff's Office's Special Enforcement Unit and the Butte Interagency Narcotics Task Force served the warrant...
  12. J

    Benefits of using honey in feedings?

    Hey i was j/w what the benefits are when you mix raw unfiltered honey into waterings? Ive seen ppl do it in videos on youtube but never heard a explanation why....
  13. cannanewb

    2nd Outdoor Grow In Eastern Canada

    Seeds went into water 1:00 pm Friday April 14th. 1 Vision Seeds Chocoloco Feminized, 2 Barney's Farm Tangerine Dream Feminized, 2 G13 Labs Pineapple Express Feminized, 3 Dutch Passion Seeds Blueberry Feminized, 1 GreenHouse Seed Co. Arjan's Strawberry Haze Feminized, 1 Elemental Seeds Honey...
  14. Katelyn Baker

    Grab A Flaky Forkful Of This Cannabis-Infused Tilapia

    If you are the kind of person that typically adds meat into the mix, every so often your stomach may thank you for taking it easy on some of the heavier mammals for something a bit more on the lighter side. Taking a break from beef and chicken can keep things fresh and interesting in the kitchen...
  15. Katelyn Baker

    Birds & Buds: Try These Sticky Icky Chicken Wings

    We've all heard it before: that clarion call from the realm of finger foods. Whether French fries, sandwiches, pretzels, ribs, or wings, there's something about picking up food with our hands and devouring it that connects us with our more primal ancestors. The popular herb cannabis is...
  16. Katelyn Baker

    Sticky Cannabis-Honey Combo: Magically Healthful And Delicious

    Cannabis-infused cuisine has become the go-to medicine for thousands of Americans, and edible options are proving to be limitless. Beyond improving the overall quality of life for millions, the much maligned medicinal herb is effective in relieving a long list of ailments ranging from stress...
  17. Katelyn Baker

    This French Beekeeper Trained His Bees To Make Honey From Cannabis

    Honey and cannabis are some of the most healing natural substances known to man. While one is available nearly all over the world, the other still remains highly controversial and mostly illegal. Inspired by his personal journey with medical marijuana, French beekeeper Nicholas...
  18. Katelyn Baker

    Tilapia That'll Slap Ya

    Tilapia is an extremely popular, low-cost farmed fish that takes a good doctoring up very well indeed. What haven't you tried yet to kick tilapia up a notch? How about whole-grain Dijon, orange blossom honey, and herb-infused MagicalButter! Chef Joey at MB really outdid himself with the...
  19. Katelyn Baker

    CA: Local Folk Put Out An Animated Clip About Life At A Marijuana Grow

    Hey, cannabis folks, a few local growers dug into their own experiences to create a risque' video look at local marijuana culture. (Perhaps it could go without saying, but....of course, they want to be anonymous.) These secretive folks nonetheless want everyone to get a look at what they are...
  20. B

    Cannabis and Raw honey - Doable?

    So I want to make a edible with bud and raw honey but here's the catch, honey pasteurized at around 145 degrees Fahrenheit whereas activating the THC needs to happen at about 240 degrees (without it being destroyed) so you see my predicament, I want to preserve the health benefits of the honey...
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