In this Sept. 25, 2018 photo, marijuana plants are shown growing in a massive tomato greenhouse being renovated to grow pot in Delta, British Columbia, that is operated by Pure Sunfarms, a joint venture between tomato grower Village Farms International, and a licensed medical marijuana producer, Emerald Health Therapeutics. On Oct. 17, 2018, Canada will become the second and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) ORG XMIT: BCTW109
British Columbia: The good folks who moved to BC for that sweet bud are going to be a little pissed come October 17. The only store that will be open is going to be in Kamloops. The province is hoping that more will open in the ensuing months but, for the time being, you have to drive to Kamloops. Jesus, BC… I expected better of you, this is like your thing.
Geneviève Després, 41 ans, est revenue pour la deuxième journée consécutive, après avoir acheté ses premiers grammes de cannabis mercredi. « J’ai pris le plus léger et je l’ai testé hier soir et my god c’est de la bombe. C’était le plus léger et je me suis endormie à 2 heures du matin. J’avais déjà fumé dans ma jeunesse, mais là c’est légal ! », raconte-t-elle.
The Alaskan Thunder Fuck, also known as “ATF,” is a 50% Sativa /50% Indica Hybrid strain. This strain has a perfect balance between Sativa and Indica which makes it ideal for day or night time use. THC content ranges from 16% -23 % making it potent but also offers an energetic uplifting high. This strain took first place in the CBD section of the 2011 High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in San Francisco. ATF has a strong skunky diesel smell to it. The taste however has an amazing sweet banana and orange taste. This strain is great for treating patients that deal with anxiety, chronic pain, lack of appetite and fatigue. When smoked , it will make you feel a more energetic, talkative and even creative.
Indica is known to induce sedative psychoactivity, typically leading to the “body high” many users report. After ingestion, most people feel a sense of full body relaxation, calming of their central and peripheral nervous system, creating a “chill out” sensorium for the user. Some people remember the effects of indica by its “couch-lock” effect. Cognitively, this strain tends to be more anti-social given that, for the majority, it enhances introspection and a sense/comfortability with “alone time”. Some people find this strain to be a great stress reliever and sleeping aid.