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    • Hopsarecannabistoo
      But actually the coffee would make your hand less shakey when growing it. But seriously is how I did it the right way? Or am I doi g something wrong. I'm after serious advice 
    • Hopsarecannabistoo
    • cf
      Give we a licence . If pot isnt as innocuous as lettuces by the time big business has rinsed the situation I reckon at least we can expect to get a licence ...bit like the old dog licence . dont take the piss or set up shop and youll be left alone ..make a nuisance of yourself and like how dogs used to be you lose the right to have one ( a dog ...or some plants..) They are singularly failing to stop anyone (and his dog ) growing I cant see them bothering with the hobby grower at all tbh too much hassle , There are strict laws surrounding wine and beer but no one gives a toss if you have your own thing going on at home making booze
    • bongme
      Hi   West Hollywood approves the first cannabis café in the US complete with a THC-based menu and smoking areas - but it won't be allowed to serve booze   Daily Mail   The country's first cannabis café will open in West Hollywood later this year. Plans for Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Café on N. La Brea Avenue were approved unanimously by the city's Business License Commission on Tuesday night. The outdoor café will include a THC- and CBD-based menu, along with an area to smoke and vape marijuana or eat edibles  Sean Black, one of the cafe's co-founders, told the Los Angeles Times that his establishment's opening marked 'the end of prohibition'.    According to Lowell Farms's proposal, viewed by DailyMail.com, the café will be 'unviewable' from the street, surrounded by a fence.  It will be open from 6am to 2am, offer brunch on Sundays and a 'Cannabis 101' class on Saturdays. The café will not serve alcoholic drinks, however, because California state law prohibits selling and/or consuming pot and alcohol at the same time.  So, for beverages, Lowell Farms will offer teas, coffees, juices, sparklers and smoothies.    However, not everyone is a fan of the plans for the new café. Rabbi Denise Eger, who runs the Jewish synagogue Congregation Kol Ami - which is located across the street from where the café will open - attended the meeting on Tuesday. She said she was worried the smell of pot would waft over into the synagogue during worship services, reported the Times.  Eater Los Angeles obtained an e-mail she sent to the City Council which read, in part,: 'The business is to have outdoor space for smoking pot - and I don't know why my congregation members and participants have to walk through clouds of marijuana to get to synagogue.'     Black told the Times that the café will have an air-filtration system, similar to ones uses in casinos, to prevent such a problem from occurring.  'We're hoping to have a great relationship with [Eger],' he said.  Eger asked for business license to be rejected and, after it was approved, reportedly left without saying a word, according to NBC4.   A survey from the National Restaurant Association conducted earlier this year found that cannabis was consider the 'hottest food trend'.  The survey found that 77 percent of the chefs ranked cannabis/CBD-infused drinks as the top trend, and 76 percent of them said cannabis/CBD-infused food to be the second most popular trend.     Black told the Times that, ideally, he would like to make marijuana as socially acceptable as alcohol currently is today.  'Why can't you go out to a really nice restaurant or cafe and instead of ordering beer or wine with your meal, you can order cannabis?' he said. Recreational marijuana is legal in 11 states and Washington, DC, and 33 states and DC have legalized medical marijuana.  A 2018 poll from the Pew Research Center found that 62 percent of Americans support legalizing marijuana, double the number from two decades ago in 2000. Opinions of legalization differ by political party, with 69 percent of Democrats supporting it compared with 75 percent of Independents and just 45 percent of Republicans.    THE STATE OF MARIJUANA IN 2019 
      Currently, recreational marijuana is legal in 11 states and Washington, DC. Meanwhile, medical marijuana has been legalized in 33 states and DC. To get medical marijuana, users need a written recommendation from their doctor, while recreational marijuana can be grown or bought at dispensaries.    Medical marijuana states:   Arizona
      Arkansas
      Connecticut 
      Delaware 
      Florida
      Hawaii  
      Louisiana 
      Maryland 
      Minnesota
      Missouri 
      Montana
      New Hampshire
      New Mexico
      New Jersey
      New York
      North Dakota
      Ohio
      Oklahoma
      Pennsylvania
      Rhode Island 
      Utah 
      West Virginia 
      Recreational marijuana states:   Alaska
      California
      Colorado
      Illinois 
      Maine
      Massachusetts
      Michigan 
      Nevada
      Oregon
      Vermont
      Washington 
      Washington, DC    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7264703/West-Hollywood-approves-cannabis-caf-complete-THC-based-menu-smoking-areas.html     68 Comments    Top Hitter   We don't care if you're the one addicted: when you smoke it, you're polluting the air the rest of us breathe. Beyond disgusting. And stop with bringing up alcohol. No one ever got lung cancer from someone else's drinking. And no, we're not talking about other diseases.   Michelle, Long-Beach_CA_USA,    Bongme