Summer is coming and it's time to bring some life to your house parties. When used correctly, mushrooms can psychedelically enhance your party-goers' experience!
Growing mushrooms can be fun and easy - ANYONE can do it.
If you are big into mushrooms and want to share with your friends, you'll need a good-sized kit. The MycoGarden from UniversityScientific.com will allow you grow pounds, and pounds of mushrooms - over and over again!
If you're just a dabbler in home shroom growing, you can try UniversityScientific.com's smaller, more novelty Mushroom Box Mini kit. The Mini will allow to grow enough shrooms for just a few people at a time.
Watch this Wired.com video review of the Mushroom Box Mini kit:
Just add ICE, WATER, and TRIMMINGS! The Bud Bubbler trichome separation machine is an automated, hands-free solution to removing the resin trichomes from your plant vegetation. The Bud Bubbler is one of the first Plug-and-Play machines where you truly SET IT, FORGET IT, and it does all of the work for you.
Forget hand and drill mixing! The Bud Bubbler's powerful electric motor agitates your plant trimmings at a very firm, controlled spin rate. the REVERSE ROTATION of the agitation prop ensures an extremely thorough mixing job - making sure all of the trichomes get shaken loose to produce only the finest herbal extracts.
The housing, grow light, and clay pellets in this DIY kit are designed for
foodie fungi—enokis, shiitakes, and so on—but we're planning on being even more
fun guys, you know? Let's just say that designing this magazine is going to be a
lot easier when we can taste the colors. Now we have just enough time to
search-and-replace all the Star Wars references with Pink Floyd
Synthetic Marijuana Explained: Quick Facts About K2
Tuesday, 13 July 2010 00:00
Synthetic marijuana has law enforcement agencies and state legislatures buzzing. Last week, Missouri became the sixth state in only a year to ban the substance, which is touted as a legal alternative to pot and widely available across the country.
Also known as K2, the combination of herbs mixed with a lab-produced strain of marijuana is usually marketed as incense or bath salts.
But K2 is being blamed in at least one death, that of 18-year-old suicide victim David Rozga in Iowa, as well as hundreds of emergency room visits and 567 calls to poison-control centers this year alone. In 2009, there were a mere 13 calls to poison-control centers.
I somehow got roped into attending a bland Super Bowl Party this year, so to liven things up, a couple friends and I decided to make a batch of Pot Brownies.
None of us had ever baked a special brownie recipe, so we decided to give it a trial run last night. Someone brought over a book called Spliffs: A Celebration of Cannabis Culture, which, by the way, is probably the most comprehensive reference book about all things marijuana that you could possibly need to know. How to roll joints, different types of marijuana, parts of the world that take pride in consumption of marijuana and most importantly, recipes for incorporating that sweet bud into your meals.
With that said, the recipe in the book called for an ounce of pot. We weren’t sure if that was a typo, but we ended up using about a quarter ounce because we didn’t have nearly close to an ounce. We had about a half, but nobody was brave enough to put that in. Basically, the trick to the brownies is to render the pot in the butter. I believe that has something to do with the THC fusing with the fat molecules or something, but I’m not a chemist, so don’t quote me on that. Here are a list of tips that I want to share with you before you try to make your own. As for the recipe, just get your favorite brownie recipe and go from there. One thing I don’t have a good recipe for is brownies.