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Congress Passes New Spending Measure To Help End Federal Marijuana Prohibition

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Congress Passes New Spending Measure To Help End Federal Marijuana Prohibition
Congress passed a 1,603 page federal spending measure this past Saturday evening that had a provision included that effectively ends federal prohibition on marijuana. The new measure blocks the Department of Justice (DOJ), which includes the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), from allocating and spending funds chasing after legal, retail and medical marijuana operations in the United States.

 

Included under this new umbrella, state-level hemp laws are also not to be interfered with. At the same time, the bill also contains a provision that impedes the implementation of Washington D.C.’s approved recreational marijuana initiative.  Activists for full marijuana legalization are definitely torn on this one, but many can’t deny that this is a big step in the right direction.

Congress Ends State-wide Medical Marijuana Prohibition

Many people have concerns that a less-tolerant administration in the future will try to revise the bill. Regardless, this is the first time since cannabis was initially made illegal nationwide with the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 that we have seen national support for ending prohibition. “The war on medical marijuana is over. Now the fight moves on to legalization of all marijuana,” said Bill Piper, a lobbyist with the Drug Policy Alliance. Removing patients from the line of fire shouldn’t have required a bill but now that one has passed, it is safe to say that states with legal medical marijuana are going to be sleeping a lot easier now.

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Allen St. Pierre of NORML, has said he believes that this shift in medical marijuana policy is representative of the changing demographic of our government officials across the board. “More and more baby boomers and millennials are moving into positions of power and doing away with outdated policies,” he goes on to say.

Washington DC Caught in the Crossfire

With Obama signing this into law this week, federal agents are no longer allowed to raid any legal medical marijuana or hemp operations. However, this victory is part of a two sided coin.  On one end, we have something to celebrate but on the other, Washington D.C. has been caught in the crossfire for no discernible reason.  With the passing of the federal spending bill, D.C. was blocked from implementing its recreational marijuana programs.  There is hope that D.C. will continue to actualize their plans based on a technicality.

“…this shift in medical marijuana policy is representative of the changing demographic of our government officials across the board.” – Allen St. Pierre of NORML

The text of the bill says no funds “may be used to enact any law, rule, or regulation to legalize or otherwise reduce penalties associated” with recreational use of drugs illegal under federal law.  “Some advocates I’ve spoken with aren’t so sure” the bill blocks legalization, Marijuana Majority chairman Tom Angell told The Huffington Post. “It all hinges on the definition of the word ‘enact.’”

 

This triumph sends a strong message to America and all her states.  Your vote did have an impact; legalizing on the state level has influenced the federal government.  So many patients still live in fear even though their state has legalized medical marijuana and their doctor has written them a prescription to use a wonder plant to cure their ailments. Now, they can actually feel safe and protected by the law again.  For so many patients, legality has been reason enough to suffer, to die earlier than necessary, and to choose prescriptions over cannabis.  This kind of revolution changes the conversation.

Federal Government Eases Up On Medical Marijuana Patients

For the first time since the mid 1970’s, the federal government has gotten closer to providing disability-equality than we have ever seen. In November, 1976, Robert Randall won in court against the federal government forcing them to provide him with the only known cure to glaucoma: cannabis. Since then, the medical marijuana program has had a maximum of 15 patients at any given time and was closed to more entries in 1992. Only four patients remain in the program today.

 

While the federal government won’t be providing the nation’s ill with free cannabis, they have agreed to guarantee their peace. “This is a victory for so many, including scores of our wounded veterans, who have found marijuana to be an important medicine for some of the ailments they suffer, such as PTSD, epilepsy and MS,” says Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R- Calif.), co-sponsor of the medical marijuana protections bill.

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The 2014 Emerald Cup Winners Announced, Event Recap

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The 2014 Emerald Cup Winners Announced, Event Recap
 

The Emerald Cup is all about celebrating the Emerald Triangle in North California and the wealth of quality that the local cannabis communities produce.  The contest is entering its eleventh year and was originally exclusive to organically grown flower entries. This year, that is changing. The Emerald Cup 2014  now allows for other medicinal products ranging from solvent-less concentrates to infused edibles. Even topicals have their place.

 

There is also a Breeder’s Cup, where the final winner will be advertised in the Emerald Cup edition of Skunk magazine, win two tickets to a Jamaica vacation, and enjoy unlimited patient demand from dispensaries all over California.  The breeder is supposed to have a line of products available to the prop 215 public.  The final category is a photo competition that has to be taken from the 2014 season.

Sonoma County Welcomes The Cannabis Community

The 2014 Emerald Cup was held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, the same location High Times held their Cup back in June.  The crowd was filled with many of the same faces and products, but the atmosphere was vastly different.  It was much calmer, with kinder people.  Jonah Tacoma of Dabstars wasn’t standing on a stage yelling over every other vendor.

“One of the most unique aspects of this competition was the fact that it cost no money for vendors to submit an entry into the competition(s).”

What I appreciated most was the sense that everyone was sharing the space equally.  With so many modern cannabis events dominated by concentrates and lines to take free dabs, it is refreshing to see an event like The Emerald Cup stick to its roots.

 

That being said, The Emerald Cup 2014 did have a wide array of unique and topshelf products for medical marijuana patients to shop and sample.  There was no wrong way to medicate and the options were virtually endless; no settling necessary.  The artwork was inspiring and creative from hand-designed hats, professional photos done by DoobieDuck to one of a kind art by Grace Slick.  Children are not normally seen at cannabis events, however, the Emerald Cup provided a children friendly area allowing parents to attend with their entire families.  No children were allowed into the 215 area.

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One of the most unique aspects of this competition was the fact that it cost no money for vendors to submit an entry in to the competition(s).  They moved back the final due date for submissions twice, finally ending on December 1st.  The judges were so overwhelmed with submissions to sift through, they had to eat an edible every few hours just to complete their judging requirements in time. This definitely leaves a lot to be questioned as to how accurately they could rate the effects of each product, but it was apparent that effort was taken to ensure that as many vendors as possible could enter without money being an obstacle.

 

Many big name giants in growing, extracts, edibles, and glass were in attendance.  Ed Rosenthal had a table selling and signing his books, Dennis Peron was spotted walking around saying hello to fans, and DJ Short had a booth selling shirts and Blueberry space cakes. Hitman Glass‘s Dougie bought a booth across fromQuinn Glass.  The display of gorgeous heady pieces was a delight and many of the greatest pieces found loving and appreciative homes.

 

Outdoor musical attractions took place all day featuring the Wheeland Brothers, Hirie, Thrive, Stick Figure, and more. Sunday night’s indoor performance included Nahko and Medicine for the People, Christafari and Ozomatli.

The Emerald Cup 2014: Home To Top-shelf… Everything

The Emerald Cup entries were kept visible in glass display cases inside the Hall of Flowers.  The cluster of attention around the entries was nonstop, making it rather difficult to look through the entries carefully.  With a total of 900 entries, there was a lot of cannabis to look over. For the looks of things, the Emerald Cup crew was overwhelmed by the turnout and the support.  They sold out of tickets on the first day and hit maximum capacity by 3pm.

 

The food trucks that lined the streets outside of the 215 section carried delicious organic food, including vegan and gluten-free options.  There was always hot coffee, chai tea, fresh juices, and vegan pies available. Even grilled cheese with bacon if you were lucky enough to catch the them before the bacon ran out.

 

Slightly Stoopid performed indoors at the close of the first night. The crowd was mesmerized.  The energy that Slightly Stoopid was exuding made it clear they felt at home. The entire auditorium wouldn’t stop cheering until Slightly Stoopid came out for one final song.  Tribal Seeds and Zack Darling opened for Slightly Stoopid, where they were joined on stage by Uncle Don Carlos.  Reggae music filled the stadium and every once in awhile the lights would shine out on the crowd to display a dancing mass cocooned in a smoky ambiance.

The 2014 Emerald Cup: The Results & Winners Announced

The announcement of winners was hard to follow, but we have compiled a list of winners for the 2014 Emerald Cup best flower competition. The top 5 finalists are as follows:

1st place:

Collective: Healing Harvest Farms   Strain: Sweet Serenade

  • The Sweet Serenade strain was known for its big, dense buds that were extremely packed with crystals. There was a cardamon and eggnog, zabaglione, cherry turpentine flavor that was reported as having a big expansion in the lungs, coupled with a clear mental high. Marked great for creative focus.

2nd place:

Collective: Healing Harvest Farms   Strain: Black Lime

  • The Black Lime strain had big, beautiful buds that would catch the eye of anyone walking by. This strain had a strong gasoline smell that was unforgettable. The stoney buzz would come in vibrant waves.

3rd place:

Collective: OrganiCann  Strain: Cheese

  • The Cheese strain was emerald Green in shade with light brown hairs. Its firm buds filled the air with a deep skunk stench reminiscent of roasted peppers, rose, lavender, dried mango. There was a touch of mint on the exhale. This strain was celebrated for its ability to encourage an open-minded, feel-good high.

4th place:

Collective: Peace in Medicine   Strain: SFV OG x Blue Power

  • This entry was tightly trimmed and loaded with golden trichomes. It contained a super strong pine & mothballs stench, similar to stinky, minty dirty armpits… and it tastes like it smells!  This strain is popular for its ability to create a brain spiraling/vibratory head stone that is exciting and great for social events.

5th place:

Collective: Healing Harvest Farms   Strain: Zklittlez

  • The Zklittlez strain is said to smell like Tangerine juice and tequila with some lime. Tastes like candy cane with a full smoky rich flavor. It’s a nose tickler capable of producing a full-headed high.
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How To Make Cannabis Infused Sweet Potatoes That Are Vegan, Gluten-free

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How To Make Cannabis Infused Sweet Potatoes That Are Vegan, Gluten-free
Total time: Approx. 1 hour
Servings: 3-4
Difficulty level: Easy
Vegan, gluten free, nuts optional

What You Will Need:

  • 2-3 medium to large sweet potatoes
  • 2 tbsp raw brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp shredded coconut (optional)
  • 3 tbsp infused coconut oil
  • ¼ cup maple syrup or agave nectar
  • 1/3 cup chopped walnuts or pecans

Infused Sweet Potatoes Recipe:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a large saucepan, cover sweet potatoes with water.  Bring to a boil, and then reduce heat and simmer, covered, until tender (25-30 minutes.)
  3. Strain and then allow to cool.  Once cooled, peel and dice potatoes.
  4. Spray an 8×8 baking pan with non stick spray and arrange the diced potatoes evenly.
  5. In a small saucepan, blend coconut oil, syrup, brown sugar, and shredded coconut over low heat, stirring constantly until evenly blended. Approximately 3-5 minutes.
  6. Pour mixture over sweet potatoes and then coat with nuts, if desired.
  7. Bake 5-7 minutes at 300 degrees.  Serve warm.

 

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Cannabis-Infused Sweet Potatoes: The Final Outcome

It can be hard to believe sweet potatoes are so healthy when they taste so delicious.  While they have more natural sugar than a regular potato, sweet potatoes are more nutrient-dense and contain less calories.  Beta-carotene is responsible for the orange color of sweet potatoes and converts into Vitamin A in the body; a medium size spud gives you more than 400% of your daily value.  For this reason, infusing sweet potatoes with cannabis gives you an even bigger edge on your natural vitamin intake for the day.

 

If you are serving diabetics, or simply wish to use a healthier syrup, consider using coconut nectar. Coconut nectar is one of the lowest glycemic options available, if not the lowest.  Either way, this dish is sure to be a big hit over the holidays.

 

For more on information regarding the consumption of cannabis, please refer to Medical Jane’s Cannabis Classroom.

 

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