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Arizona Organix is Arizon’a first medical marijuana dispensary. They opened their doors late last year, and have been growing as a business ever since. I was hesitant about going to Arizona Organix at first, because of what I read online in varies reviews complaining about Arizona Organix’s prices. Then one day my friend mentioned to me what was a deciding factor on visiting Arizona Organix; they grow their own cannabis they dispense. This turned my head because this could allow them to have a greater control over the overall product that they are selling. So that was the deciding factor and I quickly went to Arizona Organix and purchased three strains Gucci, MK Ultra, and Double Dream. Let me say without a doubt the medicine isn’t overpriced. It may be on the more expensive side, but the quality of the cannabis is without a doubt top shelf.
I have lived in California where they are unable to do everything in house like Arizona Organix. In California dispensary’s have what vendors bring them. Making the cannabis pass through more hands, and lowers the overall quality of the cannabis. At a California dispensary they are going to have around the same prices as Arizona Organix, but the quality of the cannabis is not top shelf. They might call it top shelf, and to some people it might seem “top shelf,” but it isn’t high quality cannabis. So having been a patient in both California and Arizona I can say I would prefer going Arizona Organix than your average California dispensary, because the quality is going to be better at Arizona Organix.
I like Arizona Organix and would recommend it to any patient that is looking for high quality medication. I look forward to more dispensaries opening in Arizona and I hope that the medical marijuana industry is able to grow and create jobs for Arizona. In an economy that is continuously shrinking it is vital that we find new industries to expand and create jobs with. Thankfully Arizona Organix is the first steps for the industry to develop and hopefully soon medical marijuana will grow into a thriving industry.
Being a pothead in this consumerist society we live in can be an awkward place to reside. Certainly stoners are not excluded from buying and selling items, but just because someone smokes pot doesn’t mean they will buy this or that. There are certain items that potheads tend to enjoy such as high fidelity speakers, ambient lighting, wall tapestries, junk food, the list can go on and continue to degrade into a hot stew of stereotypes.
I have been looking at this item for some time trying to decide on just how much is too much for ambient lighting. Thankfully a combination of time lowering prices and sales finally made the price for this item palatable. The Phillips Living Color is an LED color changing light which has a potential 16 million colors. It has a setting where it will cycle through colors, and the speed at which they shift is completely adjustable so you can make colors change as fast or slow as you like. Sadly the Phillips Living Color lamp will not light up a room, it’ll light up more of a corner or section of the wall, but I didn’t expect it to light up more than it does so I didn’t find that to be a disappointing. Up to 6 of these lamps can be linked together which would then give you the ability to light up a room.
One potential downside of this product is that it is not serviceable. So if a part breaks the entire product breaks. The Phillips Living Color does come with a two year warranty, so if anything happens it can be replaced if it is still under warranty. Just keep your receipt so you can document your date of purchase. If you are terrible at storing receipts purchasing items off Amazon can prevent the loss of receipts since they store your order history. Costco also does this for it’s members but I don’t believe Costco carries this product, but it’s still useful information for future references. Some reviews also mentioned that they had interference if they placed the light too close to their wireless router. Mine is about six to eight feet away from my wireless router and I have not had any problems. So I’m not sure how much of a concern that actually is.
Nothing in this world can quite hit the spot like a good book. No not some whimsical fiction book, but a dense tomb that is filled to the brim with useful information. That is just what Ed’s Marijuana Grower’s Handbook it, a dense book that is formatted and reads more like an educational book. Which is for good reason because this book is an official course book for the Oaksterdam University. Now I’m not too familiar with Oaksterdam University, as I’ve only thumbed through a cannabis cookbook with their seal of approval, but this is a solid book that can teach someone who knows nothing about growing marijuana everything that they need to know. It is also cover plenty of useful information that is not related to growing marijuana, but just a brief overview of the history of marijuana and how it works. While the book is dense with wonderful information it is written in a way that doesn’t seem stuffy and long winded. The pages are filled with graphs and pictures that fill the pages. Don’t worry of course there are pictures of beautiful planets growing to make you salivate and cause your green thumb to throb, or begin to grow.
This is a PC video game which seems very similar to the dungeon crawler Diablo. I don’t care for dungeon crawlers generally, but the vibrant colors this game has to offer when you are casting spells can be quite enchanting. It doesn’t break any molds of video games, and saying it’s similar to Diablo is a very drastic understatement. Regardless of these shortcomings this game is still enjoyable and stoner friendly.
This is Marijuana recipe is so good guys. I recommend making two pans of of them (one recipe with pot to get medicated, the other without marijuana to eat when you ARE medicated). Don’t make the same mistake I did and get way too high! The goal is to relieve negative symptoms to your ailment as instructed by your marijuana doctor, not to get too insanely high.
- 1/2 cup Medicated butter (Melted, (if you want to add extra butter – just add more jiffy mix to get the right consistency for extra strength edibles))
- 1 can regular corn ( remove water – strain from can)
- 1 can creamed corn
- 2 large eggs (slightly beaten)
- 1 box Jiffy corn muffin mix
- 1/2 cup sour cream
This dish is also known as cornbread souffle, and makes an incredible side. This dish is soft, moist and celebrates corn in the most wonderful way. Drizzle with melted butter, or alternatively medicated butter before baking and enjoy this delightfully golden cornbread.
|Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees.|
|Melt butter on stovetop or in double-boiler.|
|Beat eggs slightly, and combine with all other ingredients using a wire whisk until well combined. Pour into Baking Dish. Drizzle with Cannabutter (optional lol!). Bake in a greased 8×8 dish for 45 minutes!|
Marijuana Cooking Oil, can you say YES PLEASE!
Great in pre-made brownie mix. I like to use lots of chocolate chips and nuts in the ghirardelli mix! At costco you can get three packs for really cheap! Great for quick medicating. If you want your brownies to be even more potent? Add 1/4 cup more oil and some crushed graham crackers to balance out the texture.
Marijuana Oil is a MUST for many medicinal recipes! Oil can be dangerous to cook on the stove as it splatters and spits and is generally volatile. We fix this disaster by cooking the oil in a mini slow cooker. Your mini slow cooker is going to be your best friend in your adventures cooking with Medicinal Marijuana. Enjoy this lovely and versatile oil.
Quick Marijuana Cooking Oil:
What you need:
Mini Slow Cooker, With temperature control (low, high, warm)
Two cups of Corn or Vegetable Oil (olive works)
One Ounce of Marijuana mids broken up well
1. Place oil in slow cooker on low
2. In 20 minutes add Marijuana Buds
3. Observe buds, if not loosely covered in oil add more 1/2 cup at a time until covered
4. Cook for 6 hours on low, stirring every hour
5. Strain into a Mason Jar while reserving plant material (Set Aside)
6. Return plant material to slow cooker adding one 8 oz bottled water
7. Stir and cook two additional hours
8. Strain into separate mason jar and place in freezer
9. Extract oil from top of frozen water
The reason we use this method is to retain as much integrity in the oil as possible. It takes a bit of extra work, but it is absolutely worth it. Store oil in refrigerator. Very Potent. Very awesome!
Who doesn’t like STRAWBERRIES? This twist on Strawberry Shortcakes adds a delicious Strawberry-Kiwi sauce to incorporate your medication in this delicate dessert.
The purpose of clarifying the butter and using freshly made Cannabis Butter is to ensure the best consistency in your dessert. The left over plant matter that is strained away is still quite potent. Please see the “Using Left Over Plant Materials” section to ensure you do not waste any of your medication.
2 + 1/3 cups baking mix
2/3 cups milk
3 tbsp melted butter
3 tbsp cane sugar
Pre-heat oven to 425*f. Mix melted butter with cane sugar in small bowl. Mix together all ingredients together in large bowl until you have a soft nearly pliable dough. Form six biscuits on an ungreased baking pan. Bake in oven for 10-12 minutes until tops are a very light golden brown.
3 tbsp butter
3 grams High Grade Medical Cannabis Bud
Pre-heat oven, or preferably convection oven to 300*f. Put butter in a small ramekin, put ramekin in pre-heated oven until butter is melted. Let the butter cool and scrape the white milk solids off the top of the butter and discard. Leave oven on.
Meanwhile, grind or chop Medical Cannabis Buds and remove all stems. Return ramekin to oven at 300* and make sure butter is thoroughly melted. Add ground Medical Cannabis Bud. Stir until all of the plant material is completely covered with butter. Bake the ramekin for 10 minutes at 300*f keeping an eye on the butter for oven temperature discrepancies making sure the butter does not burn.
½ cup strawberry jam
3 tbsp Cannabis Butter (from earlier)
½ kiwi, diced
1 large strawberry, diced
Strain Melted Cannabis Butter using small fine mesh strainer into small sauce pan. Set aside left over Cannabis material for later use and refrigerate. Bring butter to low simmer, add ½ cup strawberry jam. Whisk aggressively and simmer for ten minutes over low heat. Now add diced kiwi and diced strawberry into mixture. Whisk aggressively and simmer an additional five minutes, paying close attention that the mixture does not start to boil. The key is to have the mixture simmer until the butter is no longer separated and you are left with a beautifully reduced sauce. Pour into a glass bowl and allow the Strawberry-Kiwi sauce to cool slightly.
How to assemble; Stoned Strawberry Kiwi Shortcakes
4 cups strawberries
6 biscuits (recipe above)
Strawberry-Kiwi Sauce (recipe above)
1 container frozen whipped topping, thawed
Slice strawberries to desired thickness, remove stems. Slice biscuits in half. Spoon generous layer of whipped topping onto bottom half of biscuit, smooth with spoon. Layer strawberries on top of whipped topping. Drizzle Strawberry-Kiwi Sauce over strawberries. Place top half of biscuit on top. Top with a dollop of whipped topping and sliced strawberries.
I like biscuits. I like biscuits A LOT. First off? They are fucking delicious. I like that about them. What else do I like? I like sausage, big thick fat and juicy sausages. Nom. Nom. Nom. Alright, so rambling here. Where was I? Oh yes. Sausages. This is a REALLY basic recipe that literally anyone can make and I found it where else besides All Recipes.com. Call me a total cop-out. Whatever. Honestly @StonedCognition was making these long before I stumbled across this on All Recipes but this recipe is very close. I’ve gone ahead and edited it to make it awesome.
1 (16 ounce) package shredded cheddar cheese (Get the real stuff, no potato shit)
3 cups Bisquick
1 to 1+1/2 cup milk
2 cloves garlic
1 . Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Cook sausage in Frying pan until browned, do not drain, and set aside.
3. Mix Bisquick and milk until dough forms a ball.
5. Knead the Sausage and grease, Cheese into dough ball.
6. Separate dough into 1 1/2 inch dough balls.
7. Drop on cookie Sheet. (Feel free to form the biscuits like I did instead).
9. Bake on UN-greased cookie sheet for about 15min or until golden brown on tops.