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  1. Ingredients and equipment First of all, you will need about half a gram of weed for each cracker you will make. Figure out how many crackers you expect to make and acquire the right amount of weed accordingly. Secondly, you will need Ritz crackers, Saltine crackers, Jacobs crackers, or some other similar type of cracker that go well with peanut butter. Now for the peanut butter: you should make sure that it is a type of peanut butter that has plenty of peanut oil. It should be non-hydrogenated as well. Unfortunately, Jif and Skippy brands of peanut butter do not have enough peanut oil in them — and that means they won’t work for this recipe. Go for another brand. You can also use Nutella or a chocolate spread instead of peanut butter if you prefer. Crunchy peanut butter is also perfectly fine to use. Next, you will need an item to mix together your peanut butter and the marijuana. This should be something small, like a toothpick. You should also have scissors of some sort or else a coffee grinder on hand to cut up the marijuana with. Make sure there’s enough tin foil to cover and store the crackers when they’re done. Finally, you will also need an oven. How to make firecrackers First, you will need to bake your marijuana. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. While you wait for it to heat up, take scissors and cut up the marijuana into tiny pieces. A coffee grinder will also do the job thoroughly and quickly; the finer the pieces of marijuana, the better it will work for your weed peanut butter crackers. Once the oven is ready, you can put your marijuana inside a tin foil bowl of sorts to hold the marijuana. Leave it in for about a quarter of an hour, then check on the weed. If it is extremely powdery or dusty, they have been baked for the perfect amount. Baking your marijuana is a highly important part of creating a weed firecracker. The reason for this is that it needs to be decarboxylated. Decarboxylation means that the THCA turns into THC. This can only occur when the marijuana is dried out enough — this drying process is accomplished through baking the weed. This process automatically happens when you smoke or vaporize marijuana since it is heated up enough for the decarboxylation process to take place. If you forget to bake your marijuana, you won’t feel a thing from your peanut butter pot cookies, so be sure not to forget. The next thing you should do is turn up the oven to approximately 300 degrees Fahrenheit, then wait for ten to fifteen minutes. Put a thick layer peanut butter (regular peanut butter without any weed yet) on both sides of each cracker (up to a centimeter). Then take your freshly baked marijuana and sprinkle it on half of the peanut butter crackers. Leave the other half for sandwiching it later. Take your toothpick or other mixing tool and mix the peanut butter with the marijuana, doing so as thoroughly as possible on top of the cracker. You want as much weed as you can to touch peanut butter. When you’re done with that, sandwich the crackers together and wrap them up in tin foil. Place the wrapped up peanut butter weed crackers onto a cookie sheet and into the oven and bake them for 20 minutes. Once the twenty minutes have passed, up the heat level to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit and leave it for another two minutes. Remove the freshly baked weed peanut butter cookies from the oven and set them to the side until they have cooled off. Now you are free to enjoy your delicious marijuana firecrackers! Original source: http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/firecracker-recipe/
  2. I read some posts, it really left me confused, these posts has shown a totally new side of Marijuana, many of them says that marijuana has some really positive effects on the body, which really left me amazed. Is it possible!!
  3. If someone is trying to detox marijuana for health reason, what could be the safer way to detox it, is it better to include more exercise with high fibre diet in your daily routine or one should rely on the market products?
  4. Greeting Opengrow, Time to stop diddling around all the time with growing. (Im sorry, I get a little bored sometimes) This topic is to showcase a few genetics in a nice simple, perpetual fashion I will be good and do my best to put on a good show Starting up we have: 2x 1000mm x 2000mm Flood and Drain tables filled to 100mm depth. (1x filled with 50/50 Perlite/Coco, the other 70/30 Perlite/Coco) Over each table I have a Dimlux 1000w DE Fixture @ 1000mm above table. In the middle of the room on a light mover rail, I also have a Solistek 400w 10K bulb for extra UV Drain to waste, using EWC tea and 1x dose per week of BAC Organic Bloom @ 2ml/L First run of genetics are: Sour Amnesia (Hortilab) Kali China (ACE seeds) Critical Mass (Unknown) Enjoy!
  5. Happy New Year OPG members! To kick off 2016, I have started a little organic SOG operation for medical oil production. I have included a few little steps as I go, please feel free to tag along and see my style of SOG *Blame Hidronesia, his grows have inspired me back to SOG Enjoy! Rose.
  6. I live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Our little farm house (rented, lest you think I'm some kinda property baron or wine farmer) is surounded by vineyards as far as the eye can see. Every day I am thankful for my life. I love my wife and daughter. I love my country and I am filled with hope for the future. And then I read about another South African being busted with cannabis. Did you know we were one of the first countries in the world to outlaw our beloved plant? Yep. Pretty much for the same racist reasons as the US government in the early 20th century. Afterwards we took the US lead and built out these crazy laws til even a single seed could get you in trouble today. Admittedly only if your arresting officer is a total asshole in a really bad mood. During the dark decades of Apartheid propaganda was spoon fed to South Africans. Our daily diet of God, Country and Volk kept us going. Very few openly questioned cannabis laws. I mean, its a drug isn't it. The government wouldn't have made it illegal otherwise would they? Today we live in a very different South Africa. Our Constitution is a highlight of modern culture. Somehow we've managed to stay the humanist course and legalize gay weddings for instance. But still cannabis is covered by a dark cloud of bad science and twisted old time logic. At the moment a little debate is starting and with warriors like Jeremy Acton and the Dagga Couple on the scene there might be some change coming. This change however is still far down the road for us. Today I just want to congratulate the folks living in Washington DC for throwing off the shackles of federal enforcement and making the only sane choice in freeing the weed. Here on my balcony, gazing at the sun setting over the rusted vineyards, I lift a well rolled Durban Poison joint in recognition of all the Cannabis people battling for the freedom of our herb. Stay safe folks!
  7. Firstly I'd like to thank you for allowing me to become a part of the Open Grow community. Please allow me to introduce myself. ~ I have been a medicinal grower for many years. I grow for no financial gain, but use my passion for growing as a tool to help those in need. By donating my success, I preserve the growing of this special rose as pure in gift as it is in nature. Please call me Rose... ~ As much as I enjoy the purity of growing, I also enjoy the technological advancements toward indoor growing and nutrition. I was blessed recently with some relatively new products to the market, so I wish to share my experience with these products simply as a journal and nothing more. This journal I am growing in a tent that is 7ft x 4ft I have: 8x Sensi Jack Herer's in 18L Rocket Pots filled with Coco (Vegged 3.5 weeks) Tropf Blumat watering system 1000W Solis Tek Matrix Ballast Solis Tek SolisMax88 Aircooled Hood fitted with a Solis Tek 1000W MH 4K And using the full line of Grotek Nutrients to test how they perform. The previous week to this, the princesses were "pre loaded" with: Grotek Calmax - 2ml/L Grotek Vitamax - 1ml/L Grotek Pro Silicate - 1ml/L Grotek SoloTek Grow - 2ml/L Grotek Bud Fuel - 2ml/L Grotek Vegetative Growth Booster - 0.1g/L EC watered back down to 1.6, PH 5.8 Here we are, 3.5 weeks veg, topped 1 week ago, day 1 of 12/12 I hope you all enjoy the grow Thankyou
  8. Hello all OGER's i thought we all could share pictures in here with no words if we use words please have a picture attached or bbc code so it can maybe become a true archive one day ill do the start so enjoy all hope to be an OGER'S calender maybe some day
  9. Maine police return stolen marijuana to man Thomas Davis, a licensed medical marijuana grower and caregiver, inspects his sole remaining plant after his crop … It's not every day that police hand you $12,800 worth of pot. But such was the case in Ellsworth, Maine, where local police officers returned the 17 stolen plants to licensed medical marijuana caregiver Thomas Davis, the Bangor Daily News reports. The plants were taken last week from a greenhouse near Davis' home. Police arrested and charged Aaron Pert, 32, of Trenton, Maine, with the burglary after he admitted to the crime after a car he was in was pulled over for allegedly running a stop sign. Pert eventually told police where the freshly harvested plants were stashed and police recovered the marijuana, according to the Daily News. Now it seemed Ellsworth police had a dilemma. They didn't know whether to destroy the pot, which they would normally do with illegal drugs, or return the pot to Davis. According to the newspaper, the police department was worried about violating federal law if officers returned the medical marijuana, which is legal under state law. "This is new," Ellsworth police Lt. Harold Page said. "No one's dealt with this before." Page said he thinks this may be the first reported burglary of medical marijuana in the state. Ellsworth police Chief John DeLeo said on Monday that returning the medical marijuana to Davis was legal. Despite the return of his plants, Thomas said about 85 percent of the stolen crop is now damaged by mold, which was expected to happen the longer the plants were out of the greenhouse, the Daily News reports. Davis, a state-licensed caregiver for three patients, also uses the marijuana himself to treat pain caused by fibromyalgia. The theft will set him back for months, Davis told the newspaper, and he's worried his patients may have to get their medication elsewhere. However, Davis said he hopes reporting the incident and the cooperation with local police will set a precedent in which the police will view medical marijuana the same way it views other stolen medicine it recovers. ​There have been 42 People including my slef that are legal that have been ripped of this year This is one story thats nice to hear about it.
  10. I really appreciate and thank Anonymous Group for doing a wonderful job. On a personal front i would say, they truly deserve to be "National Hero". As they inform people about marijuana's medical benefits, so they know facts not fiction. After knowing all right facts about the medical marijuana, people can decide whether to support or not the medical marijuana legalization movement. Read more about them here. 1)EXCLUSIVE: Hacktivists Anonymous To Battle Medical Marijuana Prohibition 2)Anonymous Declares War On Marijuana Prohibition
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