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  1. Wild Bill

    Affording your medication

    http://catnews.org/FREE Pot Books/
  2. Wild Bill

    Affording your medication

    Grow your own.
  3. Wild Bill

    Canna Coco A&B

    Yeah, it seemed a little expensive but it was free to me so I thought I'd give it a try. Thanks for the info.
  4. Wild Bill

    Canna Coco A&B

    I recently received two free gallons of Canna Coco A & B. I'm currently growing in soil so I was wondering if anyone has used this fertilizer and how you liked it. I was also wondering how it does with soil and how much should be used.
  5. How do they define "abuse"? Did those who "abused" cannabis use it by itself or in combination with alcohol and/or other drugs? Doesn't sound like it was set up as a scientific study, just a review of data.
  6. Wild Bill

    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Perhaps the best argument to retain a medical card is for insurance against whatever they come up with to circumvent the will of the voters after it passes. Look what they did to medical. The law still isn't fully implemented. They may go easier because they are now getting a cut but I'd bet the farm that there's going to be some disgruntled LEO's and prosecutors who are going to be out for blood because of losing their cash cow.
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    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Tax revenue will be an important consideration when it comes to implementation of the law. Lansing has been going under the impression that wheelbarrows full of gold will start rolling in but if it 's like other states their dreams won't exactly come true.
  8. Wild Bill

    Strains

    Try a heavy hitting indica for RLS. Northern Lights or Mazar-I-Sharif. Look for a strain described as "couchlock". Start out by smoking if you're able to. The smoke takes effect immediately but doesn't last as long as edibles. Use the smoked product to take the edge off while you're waiting for the edible to kick in. Sometimes hash or wax is best, it's more concentrated. Think of whisky compared to beer.
  9. Try high THC strains. I suspect high CBD strains are over hyped in an attempt to sway those who are against medical cannabis. "CBD doesn't get you high so it's OK."
  10. Wild Bill

    Help with question!!!

    I've found that cannabis doesn't necessarily stop the pain but you don't notice it as much. It takes your mind off of it so you don't dwell on the problem. Edibles can be unpredictable. Effects differ dependent on a number of factors ie, full or empty stomach, tired etc. Edibles work best for me if I eat them just before a meal. You might try tinctures. They take effect quicker and makes it easier to judge what dosage you need. Most people recommend indica strains for pain but I have found sativas work best for me.
  11. The poltroons in the Court of Appeals just want to get their last licks in before legalization.
  12. Wild Bill

    Roots refusing to recover

    Make sure you have lots of air pumping through the water. A little hydrogen peroxide might help too.
  13. Wild Bill

    Cannabis Cup Michigan

    Probably not. They would still be spending your money. Just another budget deficit.
  14. If you aren't already registered to vote now is the time to do it. It's easy and painless. Let them know how you want your government to be run. Register to Vote in Michigan If you would like to participate in Michigan elections, you must register to vote with the Michigan Secretary of State, including at any branch offices, the offices of your local city or township clerk, and other state agencies. What are the Voter Eligibility Requirements in Michigan? To qualify for voter registration in Michigan, you must: Be a U.S. citizen. Be a resident of Michigan, and of the city/township you're registering in. Be at least 18 years old by the next election date. NOT currently imprisoned for a felony offense.* *Your voting rights are restored once you are no longer incarcerated. You will need to re-register to vote. When you visit the polling booths to vote on election day, you will need to provide identification, such as your: Driver's license or ID card. U.S. passport. Military ID card. Student identification. Tribal ID card. https://www.dmv.org/mi-michigan/voter-registration.php
  15. Wild Bill

    Cannabis Cup Michigan

    I would make it a point not to go just so I could avoid the music.
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