May 18th, 2010 Dr. Skunky
Arnold Palmer Lite Drink Review
||Arnold Palmer Lite
||Half Iced Tea / Half Lemonade
||23oz Pop-top Can
||150 (50 per serving)
|39g (13g per serving)
||Contains 5% Juice
|75% Daily Value (25% per seving)
“Pass me that AP23, that bong load got to me!”
The famous Arnold Palmer beverage that has been made by restaurants and country club grill rooms for years are now available in cans, bottles, half gallons and gallons in the U.S.
The half-lemonade, half-tea blended drink now comes in single serve containers as well as larger take home sizes to be served to the entire family. This refreshing beverage is the perfect combination of tea with a lemonade boost.
The AriZona Beverage Company launched this delicious beverage nationwide with distribution at golf courses, convenience stores and supermarkets. AriZona’s version is packaged in a commemorative 23oz can with a variety of photos of Arnold Palmer and historical notes on his illustrious career in golf.
The “Arnold Palmer” has long been a beverage known widely for its refreshing taste and ability to revive the senses. Arnold Palmer himself created the drink many years ago requesting a mix of ice tea and lemonade. Today, if you ask for an “Arnold Palmer” at the most upscale restaurants and clubs around the globe they will serve a mix of tea and lemonade. Certainly most golf clubs and health clubs in America serve “Arnold Palmers” daily to thousands of their clientele. Millions of members of Arnie’s Army golf fans are now being satisfied with this refreshing product. Look for it at your neighborhood golf course, convenience store, or supermarket.
May 14th, 2010 Dr. Skunky
If you spend much time online, chances are you have stumbled upon photos often referred to as “The Marijuana house” or “The Great Tennessee Pot Cave”. The photos are of a seemingly normal house with a huge marijuana grow operation hidden in a cave beneath the house. While these pictures have made their rounds on the internet for years, details on the story behind the photos are vague at best. Read the full story, click below.
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May 11th, 2010 Dr. Skunky
Did you know that since 1968 the United States has has a federally funded medical marijuana farm and production facility? The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) contracts with the university the production of the cannabis for the use in approved research studies. NIDA also manages the distribution of cannabis to the seven surviving medical patients grandfathered into the Compassionate Investigational New Drug program (established in 1978 and canceled in 1991).
Numerous types and strains of marijuana are grown in [the University’s] large indoor facility. The pot is grown, harvested, dried and broken up, at which point it is used to fill cigarettes or joints, which are distributed to the patients…The federal government, as it has ruthlessly at times gone after dispensaries that are legally operated under state law, has had, all of this time, millions and millions of dollars’ worth of marijuana growing and stored at the University of Old [sic] Miss’.
University of Mississippi (Old Miss) Marijuana Farm Pictures
May 10th, 2010 Dr. Skunky
||NY City Diesel x G13 / Haze
||60% Sativa / 40% Indica
||16% – 21%
||Vapor Room, San Francisco, CA
||$15/gram , $50/eighth, $95/quarter, $375/ounce
“Releases a smell like a case of ripe fruit”
Dense buds slightly orangish tan in color glistening with frosty trichomes.
Faint yet distinguishable sweet smell of tangerine. No skunky marijuana like smell from this strain!
After inhaling my first hit I noticed my mouth watering, wanting more Tangeringe Haze! The taste dosnt stick to your mouth but leaves a clear refreshing feeling like a breath mint.
Strong medicinal effects felt throughout the body and mind. Very quick onset. Versatile high, could be used throughout the day or night.
Very exotic strain with quality medicinal effects. Fun smell and taste make this a real crowd pleaser and a hard to turn down buy.
The G-13 Haze x new York City Diesel is one of several G-13 crosses that Soma has developed from his signature strains. This pleasure pot has an exotic combination that evokes the aroma of old-school Thai-stick and the red grapefruit taste of the NYC Diesel.
This strain is an indoor plant in most locales, and is only suitable outdoors in tropical settings. The G-13 Haze x NYC Diesel is happy in soil or a hydroponics setup, as long as it is allowed to branch out. It does especially well when super-cropped, producing plump, fairly dense flowers at close internodes. The main stalk is very strong and sturdy. Until the last three weeks, this plant stays green, but in the last phases of flowering, it may acquire a lavender hue on the bud and foliage.
The high from G-13 haze x NYC Diesel is truly joyous. Its mood elevating qualities often creep up, shifting perspective to clear, light and happy thoughs. It encourages a sense of connectedness and may send the smoker on a hugging binge, or at least a sweet and gentle attitude toward friends and the world at large. Best indulged when one’s environmentsupports a loving demeanor, this strain is also potentially helpful for depression. The smell and taste have retained grapefruit tones from the Diesel, but the uniquely Haze aroma comes through in the smoke. Opening a container of cured buds releases a smell like a case of ripe fruit.
May 10th, 2010 Dr. Skunky
Marijuana Butter Recipe, Cannabis Butter Recipe
There are two basic ways to beak down the plant for cooking. One is to make flour out of the leaves. The other is to make butter from the marijuana leaf.
- Recommended Dosage: 4 oz. of leaf for every 1 lb. of butter.
- Preparation Time: 5 minutes
- Cooking Time: 2 ½ to 3 ½ hours
- Combine the butter and marijuana leaf in a large stockpot.
- Add enough water to cover the leaf by a couple of inches.
- Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, to melt the butter.
- Lower heat and simmer uncovered for 2 ½ to 3 ½ hours.
- Allow the mixture to cool slightly.
- Pour through a mesh strainer or cheesecloth and press the remaining liquid from the marijuana.
- Transfer liquid to a container, cover, and refrigerate for 24 hours before use.