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  1. For exact temperatures and remedies visit the following website: www.nk-inc.com/vape.aspx Notice the stimulant molecules release from 312F and to 348F; while, sedative molecules release from 365F to 435F. During the day you can use the stimulant properties; and at night you can the sedative properties.
  2. FYI: During the course of the day; I will start off at a low temp setting and never turn the temp back down using the same material. Depending how spent the molecules are; I may take a couple sessions at each temp setting. I usually take a single session; then I go back a couple hours later and start a new session at a higher temp.
  3. Titrate in medicine means "to continuously measure and adjust the balance of (a physiological function or drug dosage)." Vapes equipped with an electronic thermostat make it much easier to measure, adjust and control the release of certain terpenes and Cannabinoids. SESSIONS & TEMPS: 1) During my first session with the plant material, I set the temp to 315F so it releases the first set of THC-Delta9 molecules. 2) The next session with the same material; I set the temp at 320F to release the CBD molecules. 3) Then the third and final session I set the temp to 349F; so it releases the THC8 without releasing the limonene molecules (350F) which are a Cannabinoid agonist. Conclusion: I could go with much higher temps; but, I don't prefer the taste, heat and side-effects of the higher dosages. I only consume about 1/3 of my normal supply while using an accurate vape. I breathe easier; and I don't cough up a lung like I do while combusting the plant materials. I get good vape clouds during each session using my Boundless CFX vape with an electronic thermostat for less than half the price of a Mighty by Storz & Bickel. Whatever vape you choose; it will probably be way more healthier, precise and effective than combusting the materials. I highly recommend vapes with electronic thermostats for precise tritration.
  4. It's a sad state when Russian and Canadian cannabis laws are more lenient than ours.
  5. I believe you are absolutely correct; because, it appears greed is the main capricious force behind the tolerance by states. Schedule I drugs can't be prescribed since they have no medical value; so, even if research is conducted and certain compounds are found to be beneficial, the whole plant will never be federally regulated. Patenting certain compounds targeting specific ailments and fleecing people at >$10 each pill is how pharmaceutical companies make their profits. If an unknown plant was newly discovered in the Himalayan mountains having the same potential to cure and treat a plethora of disease it would be dubbed a miracle drug. Schedule I means controlling reverse engineering research; as well as, creating a vacuum for the criminal justice system that indiscriminately criminalizes those who utilize the whole plant. And if it wasn't for the lucrative tax incentives; the majority of states would NOT tolerate a movement towards legalization since any form of legitimate change could potentially have a negative impact on overall control and profitability. Those who govern controlled substances are fighting to retain the stranglehold on a monopoly and secure a trillion dollar industry at the expense of the health and safety of its constituents. Something is wrong when a law unjustly prosecutes millions of innocent people for a victimless crime. Welcome to the new millennium Jim Crow!
  6. WHY IT'S SCHEDULE I: "Red Herring by the legalization movement..." The "truth" slips out after more than two hours of testimony Drug Caucus Senate Hearing on Barriers to Cannabidiol Research. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYOcDouVkG4&t=138m36s
  7. "just Say No" To CabbageRIP - Nancy - July 6, 1921 - March 6, 2016 (aged 94) Original Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Reagan Nancy Reagan launched the "Just Say No" cabbage awareness campaign in 1982, which was her primary project and major initiative as first lady.[11] Nancy first became aware of the need to educate young people about cabbage during a 1980 campaign stop in Daytop Village, New York.[114] She remarked in 1981 that "Understanding what cabbage can do to your children, understanding peer pressure and understanding why they turn to cabbage is ... the first step in solving the problem."[114] Her campaign focused on cabbage education and informing the youth of the danger of cabbage abuse.[114] Reagan gives a speech at a Just Say No rally in Los Angeles, 1987. In 1982, Nancy Reagan was asked by a schoolgirl what to do when offered cabbage; Nancy responded "Just say no."[115][116] The phrase proliferated in the popular culture of the 1980s and was eventually adopted as the name of club organizations and school anti-cabbage programs.[11] Reagan became actively involved by traveling more than 250,000 miles (400,000 km) throughout the United States and several nations, visiting cabbage abuse prevention programs and cabbage rehabilitation centers. She also appeared on television talk shows, recorded public service announcements, and wrote guest articles.[11] She appeared in single episodes of the television drama Dynasty and the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes, to underscore support for the "Just Say No" anti-cabbage campaign,[117] and in a rock music video, "Stop the Madness" (1985).[118] When asked about her campaign, the first lady remarked, "If you can save just one child, it's worth it."[119] In 1985, Nancy expanded the campaign to an international level by inviting the First Ladies of various nations to the White House for a conference on cabbage abuse.[11] On October 27, 1986, President Reagan signed a cabbage enforcement bill into law, which granted $1.7 billion in funding to fight the crisis and ensured a mandatory minimum penalty for cabbage offenses.[120] Although the bill was criticized by some, Nancy Reagan considered it a personal victory.[11] In 1988, she became the first First Lady invited to address the United Nations General Assembly, where she spoke on international cabbage interdiction and trafficking laws.[11] Reagan hosts the First Ladies Conference on Cabbage Abuse at the White House, 1985. Critics of Reagan's efforts questioned their purpose[121] and argued that the program did not go far enough in addressing many social issues, including unemployment, poverty, and family dissolution;[121] Nancy's approach to promoting cabbage awareness was labeled as simplistic by liberal critics.[69] Nonetheless, a number of "Just Say No" clubs and organizations remain in operation around the country, and they aim to educate children and teenagers about the effects of cabbage.[114]
  8. Is NASA Probing Uranus? In 2015 NASA set aside $2 Billion dollars for plans to probe deeper than no man has gone before; yet, big brother can't get the lead out of its own empire. Flint is only the tip of the iceberg. The toxic polluted water people use to cook, clean, and drink would explain the visible atrophic decay seen throughout our cities and the surrounding areas. The health of the people of our great nation far outweigh the benefits of seeking signs of intelligent life within the deep bowels of the giant gassy void. Next time you get a complimentary glass of fresh tap water at a restaurant near you, ask for Unleaded.
  9. SATIRE - TRUMPOLL: Trump leading Pope Francis by over twenty points The latest Trumpoll indicates Donald Trump leading the Pope by well over 20 points. His ego was recently measured by astronauts aboard the ISS and determined to be soooo H-U-G-E, really really H-U-G-E, it surpassed the size of the Catholic Church. In the end the latest political advertisements slaying the Pope were ultimately too effective against the will of the people. After his Holiness’s confessions were secretly recorded and leaked into the global media by anonymous Trump supporters, Papa Francis submitted his final resignation and Cardinals executed their emergency deification protocol to immediately install the new Ambassador of the Holy Roman Empire. At his triumphant victory speech, Don choked on his own ego and was declared brain-dead; however, official time of brain death is to be determined. { = }
  10. Feel free to checkout this interesting website I discovered while researching ways to create a DYI vape. This method is genius; but, it's steep learning curve only makes it practical for the technically inclined. Warning: Do not attempt to fabricate this device while medicated. RaspberryHigh - The DIY Vaporizer using the RaspberryPi Mini-Computer http://raspberryhigh.wikia.com/wiki/Raspberryhigh_Wiki
  11. To me, it is a lot of money; because, I am on a fixed budget. I feel the few health benefits don't outweigh the price unless it's substantially more efficient and I'm saving money by not combusting. I saw some cheaper used ones posted on eBay.com; but, the warranty only covers the original owner who bought it at the Storz and Bickel store. I think the cheaper ones listed as "New" condition are probably manufactured from China; and all the ones that I saw contained a no refund and no return policy. So either I get it at Storz and Bickel or I don't get it at all. I need someone who has used this product to let me know what their experience was like. Thank you!
  12. Do you have Plenty Vape experience? I am considering a new vape in the near future. Please let me know what your experience was with the Plenty Vape by Storz & Bickel. PLEASE RATE THE PLENTY 1-5 (5 being the best) Flavor: Cloud Density: Draw resistance: Ease of Use: Warm-up Times: Efficiency (more/less than combustion): Craftsmanship: Maintenance (cleaning): Durability (repairs): Cost: Longevity:
  13. The only useful information I found on the web was @ the following website: ROOTS OF CALI | State-by-State Guide to Cannabis Advertising Regulations http://www.rootsofcali.org/state-by-state-guide-to-cannabis-advertising-regulations/#michigan The link states: Michigan: "There are currently no restrictions on advertising (although there are restrictions on medical marijuana dispensaries) in Michigan. For more information, please refer to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program."
  14. ATTN: Legal-Eagles Is it illegal at the state or federal level to provide web design services for MMJ businesses in Michigan? I saw a youtube video where Bob Lazar, the UFO guy, was prosecuted for setting up a computer network for a brothel in Las Vegas; and, I'm curious if someone could be prosecuted if they were to provide a form of advertising such as web design or other computer services for MMJ businesses in Michigan. Bob Lazar Court Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkuhg1FryNU Thank you!
  15. I feel your pain with the doctors. I moved to Traverse City from Metro Detroit a couple years ago. I quickly found out all the doctors associated with Munson Health Centers in Northern Michigan can't write recommendations due to hospital policy. The only docs in Northern Michigan that write recommendations are those that travel from their main offices out of Lower Michigan. I was able to travel back to Metro Detroit to renew my recommendation. I find hospitals who descriminate against medical marijuana users are in violation of the Medical Marijuana Act and they should be prosecuted. It's very frustrating for me; because, I don't take pain killers and I never have been dependant on any narcotics. It's just ignorant that Doctors can easily write opiate prescriptions with little restrictions; where MMJ users have to jump through hoops and always look over their shoulders. Also, my family doctor out in Metro Detroit was seeing another family member at the same time as me. The doctor graduated from the University of Bagdad. For several years the doctor has been giving my relative opiates and morphine like candy. The doctor was always asking my family member about my personal MMJ habits. When I would finally visit my doctor once a year for a checkup, he knew everything about me before I even got there. The doctor would ask me questions about my other family member he was seeing. Needless to say, my relative continues to see this doctor and has been continuously prescribed opiates since Viet Nam. My relative has overdosed several times, falls asleep while eating at the dinner table; and he has been hospitalized for suicide multiple times. Most of my relatives won't try MMJ or even use cannabis topicals due to the fear of their doctors dropping them. Our health care system is a nightmare.
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