Here’s a roundup of all the best cannabis deals for 4/20 going on at Las Vegas Medical Marijuana dispensaries. Recreational is still at least a few months away (July 1 is the rumor), but out of state cards work just fine here!
Oasis – 1800 INDUSTRIAL RD. #180 LAS VEGAS NV 89102
4/19 & 4/20 DEALS*
*While supplies last. Restrictions apply. See store for details.
CaviCone - Hash infused - $15
Willie's Reserve - Buy one, get one for $3!
**Limit, 4 per patient
House of Herbs - Ounce Jar - $150
Flora Vega - Ounce Jar - $140
Greenway Medical - 1/2 Ounce Fire Nugz - $75
Cheeba Chews - Buy one, get one for $5
(All Cheeba Chew purchases on these days get you entered into a raffle to win a Cheeba Chew pillow!)
ALL Evergreen Organix single cookies are JUST $7
BONUS - Buy any Evergreen edible multi-pack and get Evergreen Organix GumDrops for just $1
BAM Sugar & Shatter - $40 per gram, and get $1 gram of Sin City Bubba flower w/ purchase (Limit, 2 per patient).
AMA Concentrates - 50% OFF ALL (Limit, 4 per patient).
New Amsterdam Naturals – 823 S 3rd St
4/20: Buy 1/8 Cannabiotix, get one free
Releaf –2244 Paradise Rd
We ran into Wonderhussy at the Rick’s Restoration Fall Car Show in downtown Las Vegas. She was representing Thrive dispensary, located in downtown Las Vegas. Vote Yes On 2!
How do I get rid of Spider Mites?
Spider mites are a common pest when doing home grows. I’ve tried several remedies to eliminate and prevent them. But nothing has worked as well as what I figured out today: Vacuuming.
Using the hose attachment, I was able to use the vacuum to draw each web and arachnid-covered bud into the tube. When I removed the bud, it was perfectly clean of webs and pests. This has not seemed to disturb or damage the plant, or remove delicate trichomes.
Other methods of eliminating spider mites I’ve tried with limited success: washing the plants in the shower, diatomaceous earth and rosemary oil spray. Vacuuming seems to have completely removed the problem.
Israel, Canada and The Netherlands are already enjoying the benefits of legalized cannabis research, as money from the U.S. flows into them in the form of investment and consumer capital. Many firms are not allowed to profit from the international transfer of cannabis products, but they are allowed to transfer the knowledge and research. Continue reading “Israel, Canada, Netherlands Lead the World in Cannabis Research”
Anti-Legalized Cannabis Propaganda Proliferator
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has had a tumultuous few years. The publishing world has tried to re-invent itself and keep up with the pace of technology, and the local newspaper is no exception. It first reinvented itself as a copyright troll, and now it’s fighting legalized cannabis, turning itself into an anti-cannabis propaganda tool owned by a bigoted billionaire. Continue reading “The Las Vegas Review-Journal Hates Legalized Cannabis”
Background checks are a good thing, right?
Question 1’s background checks for firearms are certainly a step in the right direction, but not if you’re a cannabis user. Because of a federal law, you’ll be denied the right to buy a gun. Question 1 on the Nevada Ballot (Full Text PDF) is about those background checks for gun buyers. It is currently legal for any citizen to transfer a legally purchased firearm to another individual with a voluntary background check done through the State of Nevada’s Central Repository for Records of Criminal History. The new law would require all gun transfers between private citizens to be done through a licensed dealer and include a federal background check through the Brady Bill-mandated National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). Continue reading “How Does Question 1 Affect Cannabis Users?”
Some voters in Nevada are misinformed about the rights and privileges that will be extended after a successful day at the polls for ballot initiative #2. First, they fear that legalizing marijuana will take away their right to grow marijuana. Second, they’re concerned about dealing with a bigger bureaucracy when tax time comes around. Third, some folks still believe that marijuana is a dangerous, addictive drug with no medical purpose. I want to dispel these myths. Continue reading “Ballot Initiative 2 Extends Civil Liberties, Protects Patient Rights”
Across America, support for recreational marijuana legalization continues to grow. One of the reasons for that growing support is the success of Colorado’s pioneering efforts. With its bountiful tax revenues and orderly dispensary system, the state’s recreational cannabis legalization effort is proving to be a shining example for the nation. Continue reading “Recreational Marijuana Legalization: Can It Happen Here?”
Rec or medicinal? It’s the age-old question regarding cannabis usage. Ever since Nevada residents approved the medical use of marijuana back in 2000, the topic has arisen about the stigma of cannabis, and how the gaming board, the state of Nevada and local Las Vegas residents have been shuffling through the bureaucracy for the last 16 years. Local community groups have worked for years trying to make medical marijuana not only an effective “alternative” form of relief but an acceptable one to the constituents of Nevada. Continue reading “Rec or Medicinal: Is there room in Vegas for both?”
Here’s where you’ll find art that illustrates the beauty of ganga and the human form, taken by professional photographers for your viewing pleasure and enlightenment. Continue reading “Our First Greenleaf Girl”