This microscopic image was taking by some scientist (Half Baked) at 10x magnification. Looking at it if your a hippie or not, you would think that this was what gets you off the ground. Well…apparently this piece of bud is drenched in mold. That’s right, I said it…MOLD.
Never have I ever (not to my knowledge) ran across any moldy bud. To make it a little sadder, the scientist over at the University of New Haven also stated that not only have they came across mold, findings of bug appendages, salmonella, Mildew, and E. coli have been spotted under that handy dandy microscope. The scientist have been developing a new way to detect contaminated greens through a process called DNA profiling and analysis.
Currently there are only 20 states and also D.C.,who are now allowed medical marijuana use via a doctors note. Washington and Colorado are the only 2 who’ve legalized Mary-Jane for recreational use. Connecticut and Washington are the only 2 states that require testing. The others are getting ready to jump on the band wagon if you ask me.
Feel free to leave some feebee’s (feedback).
For starters, marijuana is legal for medical use in the state of Connecticut as of late August of this year. All Americans who are residents of that state, with a doctors note, are able to go to a pot shop, and get there hands on the most natural form of medicine around.
What’s baffling is, how’s one supposed to go about getting some after have being approved? You see, as of now I know that the state said they were only going to give out 3 permits and see how supply and demand goes. Check this though…
In order to be a supplier or distributor, one must be a citizen of that state. Not only does your record have to be clean, you also need to be in touch with the big buck$. From a cheap $25,000 application fee, one time nonrefundable $75,000 processing fee, and last but not least….$2 million dollars in escrow with the state.
If that doesn’t sound ridiculous then I have no clue what is. I was born in this state, yeah I thought about it…but not having access to millions is the problem. I’ve got a whole business plan surrounding medical marijuana. From delivery food services to opening a small wake & bake cafe early mornings exclusively to patients only.
The recreational ordeal is another ball game. I’d love to here back from you all!! Don’t be afraid to put your word in. I adore feed back!