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  1. Have you tried growing your own? It really doesn't require a great deal of work and will save you a lot of money. Once you have a regular grow schedule you will have a continuous supply.
  2. That's like a bar that can only sell you 6 ounces of beer per day. Sounds completely worthless. It generally takes 40 mgs for an edible to do me any good. I suppose you could "dispensary hop".
  3. https://www.michiganmedicalmarijuana.org/articles/caregivers/becoming-a-caregiver/
  4. Is your husbands doctor willing to give him a card? Depending on what area of the state you are in you may be able to find a doctor who will certify your husband based on his medical records. If not you can still grow under the recreational law. Assuming you are able to get a medical card the information you need to become a caregiver can be found here: https://www.michiganmedicalmarijuana.org/articles/caregivers/becoming-a-caregiver/
  5. I water from the bottom if I'm going out of town. Just set them in a pan of water and you don't have to worry about them drying out while you're gone.
  6. Cannabis has helped me. I have issues with my spine and had the same Fentanyl, Norco, Dilauded route. The cannabis is much easier on your system and you don't have to worry about addiction. If you got the spins while using it in the past I would guess that you used it in conjunction with alcohol. By itself it would take a large dose to do that. Start out with a low dose. Smoking or vaping is the easiest to control. Take a couple hits and wait for it to take effect then go from there. Be careful using edibles that's where most newbies get into trouble. It sometimes takes a couple of hours to hit so if you don't feel anything then wait a little longer. There's a lot of information available so do some reading and learn as much as you can.
  7. Chocolate is outstanding for covering the sometimes unpleasant taste of cannabis. It also allows you to let it slowly dissolve in your mouth making it easier to control how it effects you.
  8. Vaping provides more immediate relief and it's easier to control how it effects you. Edibles generally provide a stronger effect and last longer. The drawback to edibles is the long onset time and the fact that there are so many variables (empty/full stomach,etc.) I would recommend vaping for initial relief and then eat an edible just before a meal, This seems to work the best for me. Start out with a low dose of the edible until you know how they will effect you. Every batch of edibles can be different from the next in potency. Once you know how they effect you it becomes easier. Just a slight learning curve. Experiment with different strains too. I try to keep a minimum of four strains with different effects depending on what I need at the time sleep, pain relief or being able to function properly during the day. Hard candies are ,a good first choice because you can start with one and ad more as needed to achieve your desired goal. You probably won't be able to replace whatever pharmaceuticals you currently use but should be able to cut back quite a bit.
  9. There doesn't appear to be much interest in a genetics exchange. If no one is interested we can just meet up on a personal basis. Let us know if you'll show up to an exchange meet if we have one.
  10. Because there is now a limited number of dispensaries. There is no competition to speak of so you'll buy whatever they offer. Welcome to tax and regulate just like alcohol!
  11. I spoke with Anthony from GrowGreenMi last night and he said that they are willing to let us have our genetics exchange at their facility in Whitmore Lake, just north of Ann Arbor. For those not familiar with GrowGreenMi, it's the largest grow store in the state. They frequently have events for the growing community and they are willing to fit us into the schedule. Grow Green Mi 9197 E M36 Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 810-299-2900 We should have some ground rules so I'm going to suggest a few. NO CASH EXCHANGES! Trade or gift only. We don't want the authorities to have any reason to take away what we fought for so long. No more than 12 cuttings/clones per person. Same reason as above. Ideally we should have some volunteers to check incoming plants for insects or disease. Any conditions that GrowGreenMi might require. They have been long time supporters of the movement and are generous enough to let us meet there so whatever they say goes. If we can get some feedback on how many might be interested and how long it might take to get things organized we can finalize plans. I would be willing to donate a few cuttings to new patients who are just getting started. Hopefully we can all get together soon.
  12. I never used that much at a time so I always used cookie sheets. It shouldn't matter though the heat should get to all of them. Maybe stir occasionally. I usually set it at 400 deg. Primarily to kill any unwanted organisms that might try to set up shop.
  13. I've found the easiest way to clean hydroton is to put it in a cookie sheet and bake it in the oven for awhile. Let it cool and rinse it off. Any vegetable matter left burns off along with any bacteria or potential diseases.
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