Steve Marijuana Guides,Marijuana Edibles,General

As a teen I was a bit of a hippie. Think tie dye shirts, Phish concerts, and a van down by the river. I remember those days with fondness. What I don’t miss about those days are mystery schwag weed with more seeds and stems than buds! Luckily I live in the state of Massachusetts, one of the first in the US to legalize cannabis. The weed today is certainly better than the one I grew up with!

But with great power comes great responsibility. Well, not really in this case. But it IS a good idea to take it easy with new strains and new ways of consuming cannabis. In the seventies weed barely ever had more than 5% THC, now many of the fine strains carried by AMS have THC content of 20-30%! That’s no joke! Take a dab of that and it will send you straight to the moon! Man if the teenage me could see me now, I think he’d be quite happy with how things turned out!

I’ll be here to give you an OG’s perspective on all things cannabis. Tips on how to grow and most of all how to enjoy cannabis! So kick back, exhale, and enjoy the journey!

Indica, Sativa and Hybrid Cannabis Strains

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Avoid Cotton Mouth

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How to Make Cannabis Hashish Hassle-Freely

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How to make a Marijuana Mojito

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How To Assess the Quality of a Marijuana Bud

Just like all the fine things in life: wine, cigars, and diamonds: cannabis can also be measured in terms of quality. The sight, touch, taste, size, aroma, and sensation o [...]

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