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420 lovers Rejoice!!! For all of you smokers & lovers of cannabis culture...
We made this section just for your enjoyment! We have compiled the most interesting facts, origin, & information accompanied by our sexy pictures that we did for the Kush Lounge!
Myth: Police dispatch code for smoking pot is 420.
Fact: The number 420 is not police radio code for anything, anywhere. Checks of criminal codes suggest that the origin is neither Californian nor federal. For instance, California Penal Code 420 defines as a misdemeanor the hindrance of use of public lands.
Myth: There are approximately 420 active chemicals in marijuana.
Fact: There are approximately 315 active chemicals in marijuana. This number goes up and down depending on which plant is used.
Myth: April 20th is National Pot Smokers Day.
Fact: Well, it is now; but that wasn't the origin.
Myth: April 20th is Hitler's birthday.
Fact: Yes, it is his birthday. But, as 420 started out as a time, not a date, his birthday had nothing to do with it.
Myth: April 20th is the date of the Columbine school shootings.
Fact: This happened after the term was already in use.
Myth: 4:20 is tea time for pot-smokers in Holland.
Fact: Tea time in Holland is at 5:30 pm, or is it 2:30 pm? Seems no one is quite sure when the wonderful people of Holland drink their tea.
The Origin Revealed
According to Steven Hager, editor of High Times, the term 420 originated at San Rafael High School, in 1971, among a group of about a dozen pot-smoking wiseacres who called themselves the Waldos, who are now pushing 50. The term was shorthand for the time of day the group would meet, at the campus statue of Louis Pasteur, to smoke pot. Intent on developing their own discreet language, they made 420 code for a time to get high, and its use spread among members of an entire generation. While our teens feel that they know something we don't, you can let them in on the fact that it was your generation that came up with the numbers.
A quote from one of the Waldos in the High Times article states, "We did discover we could talk about getting high in front of our parents without them knowing by using the phrase 420." Fortunately, your teenagers will not have that same option.
As I am sure you all know...there are numerous strains of marijuana...and that database is growing every day... Here is a guide to help you choose the best one for you...if you have a medical card of course! ;)
CHOOSING A STRAIN
Choosing the best strain of marijuana for a geographical area is not difficult. Indica, sativa and feminized are the basic cannabis families.
SATIVAS - The polar opposite of indicas. Tall, thin plants, narrow leaves, lighter green colors, grow quick, extend to heights of 20 feet in some cases. Origins are traced back to Mexico, Columbia and southeast Asia. Flowering times vary from 10 to 16 weeks, normally longer than indicas. Taste ranges from earthy to fruity. A good head stone. A great outdoor favorite. The effects of a sativa marijuana are mostly cerebral. They give a feeling of optimism and well - being, as well as providing a good measure of pain relief for certain symptoms. A few pure sativas are also very high in THC content. They are known to have a quite spacey, or hallucinogenic, effect. Sativas are a good choice for daytime smoking.
INDICAS - Short thick plants, broad leaves, darker green, flowering in 8 to 10 weeks with thick dense flower tops. Flavours from stinky skunk to fruity sweet. Origins traced back to Afghanistan, Morocco and Tibet. More of a body stone. Indoor grower's favorite types. The indica highs are most often described as a pleasant body buzz. Indicas are great for relaxation, stress relief, and for an overall sense of calm and serenity. Marijuana indicas are also very effective for overall body pain relief, and often used in the treatment of insomnia. They are the late - evening choice of many smokers as an all - night sleep aid. A few pure indica strains are very potent in THC, and will cause the "couchlock" effect, enabling the smoker to simply sit still and enjoy the experience of the smoke.
FEMINIZED - Designer qualities to produce only female plants. Rarely are the seeds produced but can be forced. Usually passed on as clones.
CROSS BREEDS - Combining different sativa and indica breeds will produce the corresponding traits of each mother and father. Actual percentages each strain will contain is not exact, but pretty close.
INDOOR / OUTDOOR - The most important thing to realize is the length of flowering time. Indoor doesn't matter but outdoor maturation would depend on your climate. If you have a short summer then go with a more indica strain. Remember, the more sativa in the mix the longer the flowering time. Some types of marijuana are specifically bred for outdoor, just look at your details. For indoor growing, don't choose something that says outdoor.
HEIGHT - Sativa stretches the most. Height is usually listed but can be controlled indoors. Light usually does not reach down past 3 feet sufficiently enough. A well grown plant can grow 1 to 2 inches a day. A two foot plant, put into flowering stage will reach just over 3 feet when done maturing in approximately 8 weeks.
POTENCY - Most marijuana these days is super potent. Success of course depends on your green thumb and growing conditions. To maximize potency use a hot, dry atmosphere and drop the humidity when flowering.
YIELDS - This all depends on how long you let your cannabis plants vegetate before flowering. Obviously the longer the vegetation period the taller the plants, therefore more yield. Maximum indoor yields come from indica
Here are a few popular strains with a brief description of what you can expect from them...
The high is light and in my opinion short lived. Its very up but and cerebral in the beginning but it VERY soon calms way down and it is just a buzz from there on out. I suppose it would be a great strain for anti- anxiety because of its calm light quality. This bud is not great for my knee pain or insomnia so it is not the greatest medicine for myself but it is a good calm smoke.
Purple Kush (indica)
Sleeeepy. Lots of body, this is for night.
Sour Diesel x OG Kush (hybrid)
This one starts at the top and works its way down. Your brain goes a bit fuzzy at first, and once you get used to the spacy-ness… you find your body has settled in quite nicely. This has the potential to eventually couch lock you, so be careful with how much you smoke as the body-buzz is creeper and wont set in for 30 min or so.
Hawaiian Snow (sativa)
After 1 hit the buzz is noticeable. It starts as a heavy brain buzz that is extremely creeper. This bud makes me want to do something productive, or stimulate my mind in some other way. The high is very easy going. If you like sativa effects, these effects are fairly textbook.
GrandDaddy Purp (Indica)
The high is very calm and light but not so light that it doesn’t help with anything. This indica is a perfect medicinal pain reliever instead of feeling just numb like other heavy indicas it simply just makes things stop hurting and its perfect for headaches. This strain is perfect for anytime of day because while it does make you extremely relaxed it leaves you very clear headed
Hash Dawg (hybrid)
The high comes on slow and it is easy to mistake this weeds strength and just keep taking hits; but don’t! If you just keep smoking you will end up waking up half a day later. After a little while you will start to notice a very strong body high that just pretty much puts you on your ass. Its not debilitating but definitely not the bud to smoke before going to physical therapy or anything that requires you to do a lot of work. This strain is great at fixing nausea and my favorite, insomnia because like I said if you need to sleep just keep smoking this strain and you’ll be out.
Chiesal (hybrid mix of Cheese + Sour Diesal)
This strain is slightly deceiving. From the awesome look intoxicating smell and the truly memerable taste I was expecting one of the strongest strains i have tried yet but that was not the case. The high was very nice and very energetic and up but it really goes away from the spacey head high that its parent Sour diesel has. The high was really quite nice and did wonders for my knee but the effects were far to short and i found myself feeling that pain not much more than a hour later
White Haze (indica)
The high was very relaxing and numb perfect for any pain you might have. Plus it drifted me to sleep very smoothly unlike some stronger indicas that knock your ass out hard. Overall the effects were very medical and it was a nice bud to smoke late in the day when you are ready to relax
Sweet Tooth (sativa)
This strain should be called The Little Nug That Could because this strain earned its grade in the high alone. It is extremely dream like and pleasant and even as I write this review I keep dazing off to a odd black spec on the upper corner of my wall. This is a sativa and it is somewhat down but it gives you a feeling of extreme creativity
Doyon Bud (sativa)
This bud is guaranteed to brighten anyone’s day. Helps with anxiety and puts very euphoric thoughts in your mind. This bud will give you the munchies and definitelywill help with eating disorders
Buddahs Love hybrid mix ( Sour Diesel X Buddah Cheese )
Although this is a sativa dominant strain the high is so intense that you can be couch locked by simply thinking to much and dazing off into your own thoughts. The pain relief is top notch because most of the time you are too deep in thought to feel anything. Personally this may be the strongest and best strains i have had in awhile.
Master Kush (indica)
The high is very relaxing and the numbing effect was nice by itself. The high is very clear headed but the best of it only lasts 30 minuets or so then you have about 2 hours of calm serenity.
Cinderella 99 (Hybrid Sativa Dominant)
Day time use! Provided an energetic, clear head type of medicinal effect. Also enhanced my mood and produced anti-anxiety feelings. Standard sativa medicinal effects