Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Guide to The Different Vaping Devices

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Guide to The Different Vaping Devices

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

Takeaway: Vaping is one of the most popular ways to consume cannabis among new weed consumers, and an increasingly more available method of consumption. Here’s what’ll get you started on the right track as a beginner vaper.

From delicately and perfectly dosed pre-filled syringes to sweets that contain enough THC to put out an bear, there are just so many ways to consume CBDs, THC and any cannabis product out there. The medical marijuana scene has grown exponentially in just the last decade, with so many consumption methods for just about EVERY type of consumer!

One of the most popular ways to consume cannabis among new weed users, and an increasingly more available method of consumption, is vaping.

To explain the logistics of vaping, it is simply the precise heating of cannabis, or any related chemicals, into a fine vapor. The plant matter does not burn or toxify, and the user inhales it. Because combustion is not involved, it is believed to provide a healthier method of consumption than traditional smoking.

This popular method can become your favorite, here are many vape tips and tricks that can come in handy to the beginner.

Gearing up: Guide to The Different Vaping Devices

There are so many types out there, but deciphering them is fairly simple. To begin with, there are three main types:

Desktop Vapes

The table-top vape can feel a little like a small appliance, size wise. They’re not portable, and attempting to bring them out of the house, might just mean you need to get something portable to supplement. More like plug-in small appliances, they tend to be the most expensive, but they are the most technologically advanced.

A desktop vaporizer is an investment and is ideal for the serious user as it will, in turn, allow the user to vape with precision and have ultimate control over temperature. The importance here is that different cannabinoids and terpenes – all with their own unique effects and medical benefits – require different temperatures to vaporize best.

Cheaper vaporizers can make your cannabis taste burnt and roasted, while a quality tabletop vaporizer will deliver the best flavors. Anyone needing specific, and strong medication at home, then this might be the choice for you.

Dry Herb/Flower

Typically more portable in nature are dry herb vaporizers. Handheld, and easy to use, they come in a wide variety themselves. Many features and price ranges are vast but they will all generally function the same way. Dry herb vaporizers take the herb and heat it up to release vapors without carbonization.

What differs here is that there is rarely much temperature control, unless you are dealing with extremely high-class model vaporizers.

Someone who was a previous tobacco smoker and is concerned with experiencing the same taste and effect as smoking, a hand-held portable will provide a very similar experience to actually smoking the flower. However, it is important to remember that because the way the chemicals are being released, the type and length of the effect may vary with smoking.

Concentrates/Oils

Because of convenience, cartridges and oil vaporizers are possibly the most popular types of vaporizers out there. Also known as pen vaporizers, they’re designed to be small and discreet for those on the go. Pen vaporizers are battery powered and can provide some very strong effects.

Those who need more potency will consider the strength of an oil-based vaporizer to feel closer to dabbing then to smoking actual herb. However, effects will always vary as cartridges come in every way. Cool packaging, lower upfront costs and general effectiveness make cartridge pen vaporizers extremely popular.

Choosing the Right Vaporizer for You

With so much variance and options, it is important to choose the right one for you.

Deciding between flower and concentrates is a big decision, and it will depend on your needs and what vaporizing experiences you are looking for. Perhaps experiment with both to see which fits your needs the best.

Choosing the Right Consumable for Your New Vape Gear

You can’t just pick anything! Of course, if you’re using a dry herb, or a concentrate vaporizer, then you simply choose your favorite strain and stick it in.

But if you’re dealing with cartridges and oils, things get a little trickier. The market is full of brands to choose from, companies to explore, and flavors to experience.

Common for e-cigarette users, many people like to research the chemical solvents contained in their cannabis oil. Many cannabis oils come from an organic process, and the oil is pure (solvent-free), while others may have certain chemicals added to them to make them function better.

Purity is something certain companies take pride in. Adding nothing to their product and staying “green” is a great choice, but will definitely result in higher prices. Keep in mind, though, that what you put into your device is probably more important than the device itself. In other words, it could be the most important consideration to make before seriously getting into vaping.

How do you want to feel?

Vaping your cannabis with a vaporizer can be very different than smoking, or ingesting cannabis in some other form. Results definitely vary, depending again on the type, the effect, as well as how long the user wants the effect to last.

Table top vaporizes will provide powerful, and pure hits of specific terpenes, while dry herb vapes will be similar to traditional smoking.

For a concentrated and strong feeling, albeit sometimes short lived, cartridges and oils will be a better idea. Many people say that oils provide more of a cerebral high vs. a body high, which could be troublesome for those looking for pain relief.

However, speaking from personal experience, it depends on the brand of cartridge, the contents, and the amounts of active ingredients, whether it be the presence of THC or CBD present in the oil. It is important to know what you are buying because concentrates with THC will have psychoactive effects, while CBD oil won’t.

Experimenting different strengths, types, and materials to see what works best for you and your needs is a great journey to natural health and wellness, which can make this process really enjoyable!

Don’t Forget: Care for your Vaping Gear

It is imperative to maintain your gear. So many people fail to do this and end up having a bad experience, especially with some of the pricier gear.

If you completely neglect even just rudimentary cleaning and caring altogether, it could really ruin a vape. Keeping vaping gear clean and well taken care of is imperative to a good experience overall, cleaner consumption and protecting the pocketbook.

For all those who wish to begin vaping, we hope that we’ve equipped you with the guide that can lead you to the best decisions for you and the experience you want to create. Happy Vaping!

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Published at Tue, 25 Jul 2017 03:56:35 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

(Why?)

Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Life in a DEA Dystopia

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Life in a DEA Dystopia

Saturday, July 15th, 2017

Hemp is like the 50’s version of the ideal woman: you can cook with it, heal with it – and many report, you can sleep with it too. Unlike 50’s television however, the laws surrounding Hemp aren’t in black and white. As most surely know by now, the DEA has labelled CBD as “Schedule 1 substance,” even though this may beyond its lawmaking powers. For now, with the legislative rigmarole going on in the background, CBD products are still being manufactured for the consumer on a large scale. If this changes, however, here’s what the world would be missing in such a DEA dystopia.

Addiction Recovery

Recently, a group in the Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit of University College London, published a double-blind experiment on cigarette smokers whereby half the group would receive CBD treatment and the other half would receive a placebo. In the study, every time a participant had the urge to smoke a cigarette, they were asked to draw a puff from an inhaler. For twelve people, the inhaler was packed with CBD. For the other, nothing. At the end of one week, the group that was administered the CBD reported a 40% decrease in the cigarette consumption compared to the placebo group, who reported no decrease.

In New Mexico, HB 527 has been passed opening up medical marijuana to victims of opioid addiction, an issue New Mexico has been combating for years. A proponent of medical marijuana treatment and supporter of the bill, Anita Willard Briscoe, had been prescribing cannabis as a treatment for opioid addiction through her own private practice leading up to HB 527. According to Briscoe, up to 25% of her cannabis patients were successful in canning their addictions. After years of record substance abuse and overdose, New Mexico lawmakers will be hoping to repeat her success.

Acne Treatment

In a study performed by the Journal of Clinical Investigation and the National Institute of Health, CBD was shown to be an effective sebostatic and anti-inflammatory agent for acne. The study even suggested a “trinity” of anti-acne effects, including the limitation of lipogenesis.

In Australia, dermatological company Botanix Pharmaceuticals Ltd has just completed phase one trials of its CBD acne product. In the trial, twenty participants without acne symptoms were treated with the product to test its safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetic breakdown. During future trial phases, the company hopes to show proof of CBD’s anti-acne profile.

Anxiety Reduction

Last year, UK-based researchers began studying the anxiolytic effects of Cannabidiol. Carl Stevenson, neuroscientist and researcher at the University of Nottingham, found CBD has a profound effect on the brain’s response to fear. And with the dissipation of fear, so too anxiety.

This may not be news however, as a 1993 review published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology revealed that test subjects exposed to CBD had less anxiety when “subjected to social phobia.” A later study from 2011 echoed this research, finding CBD to reduce anxiety for those fearful of public speaking.

Fibromyalgia

A study dating back to 2011 measured the effects of marijuana on FM patients. Two equal-sized groups of users and non-users were asked to ingest cannabis both orally and through inhalation. After two hours after ingestion, patients reported a statistically significant reduction in pain and stiffness, increased relaxation, and heightened feelings of well being. These results were strong enough that the researchers called for greater examination of marijuana treatment for patients with Fibromyalgia.

PTSD

Martin Lee is an affiliate of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) and an expert on the subject of PTSD and CBD. He says that some interesting connections have been made on the relationship between PTSD and the much-discussed endocannabinoid system. According to Martin, researchers have found those with PTSD have lower levels of anandamide, an endogenous cannabinoid compound, compared to those without symptoms of PTSD.

Lee states that anandamide is innate to all mammals and triggers the same receptors that THC activates. The reasoning stands that PTSD must as some level stem from from an endocannabinoid deficiency, which can help be righted the introduction of marijuana and CBD. The research suggests that the integration of marijuana into the endocannabinoid system will regulate function and bring back the “gift of forgetting,” which PTSD patients struggle desperately with.

MJ for MS

There’s already a groundswell of research and a few products available promoting marijuana’s effect on patients of Multiple Sclerosis. According to the advocates of CBD for MS, products greatly reduce neuropathic pain, spasticity, muscle spasms, and sleep disturbances, common symptoms of of the disease. While CBD products for MS are not currently available in the United States, they are being used in countries worldwide to help relieve its symptoms.

Sleep Function

THC gets you stoned. CBD gets you sleepy, at least according to recent research. A study in 2006 showed CBD’s influence on the sleep mechanisms in rats. CBD was associated with greater alertness in the presence of light, but with no effect with the lights off. This effect could have huge implications for individuals with day-time somnolence, elevating their alertness during the day for better sleep at night.

It is also believed that CBD’s anxiolytic nature can help individuals with insomnia sleep better. Anxiety is one of the most common factors that keeps sufferers awake long after they want to be. Thus, the anti-anxiety properties of CBD may help insomniacs get on a more regular sleep schedule.

There’s Hope

Since being placed in the limelight in 2013, a wave of CBD attention, research, and administration has followed. Like any issue that starts to register on the Washington pulse, CBD has become a hot topic with a split audience. The DEA has made no bones that it sees CBD in the same company as Heroin and Methamphetamine, despite its therapeutic nature. It is our responsibility to be critically conscious consumers, voters, and citizens. You know the realities of a DEA dystopia. Now do what’s in your power to prevent it.

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Published at Sat, 15 Jul 2017 01:58:07 +0000

CBD: Benefits and Information

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CBD: Benefits and Information

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

CBD also referred to as cannabidiol is known to be a compound derived from cannabis and has a great impact on our bodies. Traditionally a lot of people used to take marijuana as a drug where it left them stoned but with time doctors has discovered medical benefits from the plant. Unlike THC compound which has psychoactivity properties, CBD is nonpsychoactive hence making it more suitable for treatments. The compound is used widely for treatment of various diseases and pain relief. One thing to note though Is that the use of cannabis is not legalized in all countries as some states still view it as a drug and if one is caught planting it may face jail time. These countries are mostly from Africa but in UK and USA cannabis is legal.

1. Relief pain.

One of the uses of CBD is pain relief in both adults and animals. Unlike other over counter prescriptions which have side effects, cannabis has no side effects hence making it suitable for use. CBD is used together with THC to treat various pains related to acute and chronic pains, for example, surgical pains, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and cancer among others.

2. Supports joint and organ health.

Some inflammatory ailments such as arthritis affect the body joint and organs whereby it severely attacks the body’s immune system making the body weaken. This causes one to become immobile due to the weaken body joints and organs. Well according to a study about CBD carried out at Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, they reported that CBD could work in restoring one’s strength and support the joint muscles and improve the functioning of the organs if given the right prescription.

3. Improved digestion.

Are you experiencing bowel discomforts, have inflammatory bowel diseases and intestinal issues such as diarrhea? Well CBD can work magic in restoring your normal health. Research shows that CBD is a great cure for such ailments. This is because it has an anti-inflammatory property to it that aids in treating the inflammatory diseases, hence solving all the above listed gastrointestinal and digestion issues.

4. Increase appetite.

A lot of patients especially the one suffering from diseases such as HIV/Aids and cancer tend to become weak since they don’t have an appetite which weakens their body. Research shows that if CBD is consumed in the right dosage can highly increase the appetite of the patient as it gives one an urge to keep on eating. So the people who are undergoing chemotherapy or have HIV are advised to consume CBD so as to increase their appetite.

5. Promotes active brain.

Cbd has a significant benefit in improving the function of mitochondria which is known to be the source of energy for the brain cells. The CBD ensures that the oxygen in this organ is clean and that the body cells are functioning well and in return, this makes the brain remain active and hence slows down the rate of aging. Cbd destroys the free radicles that tend to affect the functionality of mitochondria, and this act helps the brain to receive the right amount of energy which is required for its functioning.

6. Remedy for psychotic disorders

The psychotic disorder is a brain disease which causes individuals to have abnormal thinking and perception such as hallucinations and delusions about situations and things. Well, a lot of drugs that are used to treat this disorder tend to cause various side effects, and therefore the doctors prefer to use CBD as it is a natural remedy that has no side effects when consumed. CBD is also known to provide therapeutical services for people suffering from these disorders within a short period.

7. Treats anxiety.

Anxiety is a brain disorder that affects a lot of people from the age of 18 years and above. Studies were conducted on individuals who were suffering from social anxiety whereby after they had taken CBD they were given a public speech test. With the use of CBD, the people were able to control the social anxiety and improve their speech too. Cbd works by improving the function of limbic which is responsible for the formation of emotions and memories as well.

8. Reduce insomnia.

Insomnia is a sleeping disorder that is experienced by a lot of people whereby it can be associated with lack of sleep, or a person keeps on waking up in between the sleep. Insomnia is usually linked to various problems such anxiety, depression or even chronic diseases. So as to treat insomnia one is advised to take CBD as it is a natural remedy and has no side effect as compared to other sleep disorder medication. CBD helps in relieving the pain, treating anxiety and depression and any other ailment associated with insomnia hence restoring your sleep.

9. Help treat addictions such as the cigarette.

CBD has a great effect in curbing various drug addictions such as smoke, alcohol among others. How? A lot of effects that occur when a person experience withdraws are anxiety depression and irritability. When you are smoking, the nicotine works by enhancing the brain’s reward mechanism and when you quit smoking the brain start to ask for some mechanism in the form of withdrawals. Therefore CBD works by restoring the normal functioning of the brain’s nerve systems and ensures that there are no adverse effects such as anxiety and depression.

10. Anti-bacterial treatment.

CBD was used in the from the 1950s to treat tuberculosis diseases, and with time other studies have been carried out that shows that CBD can be used to boost the immune system and prevent bacterial infection due to its inflammatory property. Also, the fact that CBD is a natural remedy makes it suitable and more efficient to use.

CBD is used to treat a wide range of diseases, and from the above information, we can see that more researches are being carried out to determine other health benefits of CBD. It has no side effects hence making it more suitable than other medical prescription for those suffering from pains and other disorders. CBD oil can be bought from americanhempoil.net.

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Published at Wed, 12 Jul 2017 02:59:36 +0000

10 Pot-Smoking U.S. Presidents

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10 Pot-Smoking U.S. Presidents

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

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Presidents today do not reach their positions without first facing rigorous background checks. Every word ever spoken and every action ever taken goes through intense scrutiny. The media sabotages their lives to know everything about them, and the public demands to know what motivates and drives them. U.S. Presidents smoking marijuana has always been publicly controversial subject.

Presidents Smoking Weed

Nobody alive today remembers the commercial hemp industry. It had a crucial role in the economy of the United States in the 1700s and early 1800s. Farmers were cultivating hemp on a commercial scale. Some of our first presidents were growing this crop themselves, with some THC-potent Sativa strains among the rows. Marijuana was popular before prohibition, and it is fast becoming mainstream again.

With today’s technology, it is easier to gather documents and conduct research than in decades and centuries past. A simple Google search will confirm at least four recent presidents as cannabis users, but no concrete proof exists for most presidents during the prohibition era. However, plenty of evidence exists to support that these 10 pot-smoking U.S. Presidents are factual:

1. George Washington

One of the founding fathers of the United States, and the country’s very first president, was an avid hemp grower. George Washington wrote in a correspondence letter that he was separating male and female plants too late in the season for them to blossom. In his own handwriting, he admits that he was specifically cultivating female plants for its higher content of valuable THC.

2. John Adams

The second U.S. President was a well-known advocate of hemp for industrial purposes. Using Humphrey Ploughjogger as a pseudonym, he wrote a 1793 postscript for the Boston Evening Post. In it, he implied a future demand for recreational use. In his own words, he said, “we shall, by and by, want a world of hemp more for our own consumption.” He could not have been more accurate.

3. Thomas Jefferson

Allegations of Jefferson’s private cannabis use remain unconfirmed. However, speculation abounds. As a large-scale hemp farmer, everyone knew about the patch he was cultivating for himself. Although this remains only suspicion, there is more speculation to fuel the rumors. During the height of the hashish era in France, Jefferson was the stationed U.S. Ambassador there, partaking at most gatherings.

4. James Madison

The man responsible for creating the U.S. Constitution credits hemp for inspiring his democratic ideas. We all know that the psychoactive properties of THC can provide exactly this type of “creativity,” but despite widespread evidence of this effect from ingested cannabis strains, the media thought it more likely that he was referring economically to the highly valuable varieties of industrial hemp at the time.

5. James Monroe

The fifth U.S. President smoked hashish openly when serving as the U.S. Ambassador to France. He never stopped doing so until he died at the age of 73. Both Andrew Jackson and Zachary Taylor were other U.S. Presidents to smoke weed openly, and records show both of them smoking cannabis alongside their troops during some of the most difficult days in our country’s history.

6. Franklin Pierce

Before Pierce ran for presidency, he was fighting the Mexican-American War as an ordinary soldier. As such, he was in all likelihood smoking weed with them. In fact, in a letter he penned back home during the time, President Pierce considered marijuana to be “about the only good thing” about the entire war. Cannabis use was widespread among the troops in those days, and it helped them enormously.

7. John F. Kennedy

In John F. Kennedy: A Biography, we learn that this president was treating his back problems with cannabis. One excerpt describes the evening of July 16, 1962, where Kennedy was smoking weed with Mary Meyer and Jim Truitt. Mary gave Kennedy six joints, of which he smoked three before the effects kicked in. After refusing a fourth joint, he famously said, ‘Suppose the Russians did something now.’

8. Bill Clinton

The great wordsmith, Bill Clinton, made just one remark about marijuana in his career thus far. In it, he both admitted to using it and condemned his behavior. He experimented a few times in England, but expressly told the public that he did not enjoy it, did not smoke it, and never took it again. Although he did not lie about not inhaling, everyone at Oxford University knew of his cookie and brownie habit.

9. George W. Bush

Although unknowingly recorded, Bush admitted on camera that he had tried marijuana. However, he would not admit it to the public because he did not want his confession to encourage children. He famously said, “Do you want your little kid to say, ‘Hey Daddy, President Bush tried weed, so I think I will too’?” He also admitted to using cocaine and drinking problematically.

10. Barack Obama

Back in 1995, before Barack Obama became a politician, he wrote the memoir Dreams from My Father. In it, he discusses experimenting with both cocaine and cannabis. In an interview during his presidential campaign, he openly confessed to smoking it as a kid, even saying that inhaling was the whole point of it. There are even suspicious photographs online of Barack Obama puffing a joint or two.

U.S. Presidents Smoking Marijuana

Because nobody remembers the time before prohibition, it may seem surprising that so many U.S. Presidents rolled a joint before bed. This is especially true when one considers all those imprisoned for the doing same over the years. All those who became unemployed, homeless, or otherwise destroyed, because of the criminal record an arrest came with.

The world is changing. Medical marijuana is fast becoming legal all over the world, with recreational weed following closely behind. It is good to know that we have old and current presidents who can advocate on the people’s behalf. All evidence points to marijuana being the upcoming savior of the United States economy. It will benefit millions, whether medicinally, recreationally, or economically.

Author Bio – John Levy is a professional blogger covering news and other topics related to marijuana. Currently, working for Pot Valet- a leading company to provide .marijuana delivery service in Santa Barbara, John has extensively written about medical marijuana and related products. Follow his company on G+ and Facebook.

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Published at Tue, 11 Jul 2017 03:36:07 +0000