Why do they want to restrict grow rights? Some say it has to do with genetic preservation.

It’s no secret, the private interests within government do not want regular Americans to have the rights to grow your own cannabis. Some argue it’s to keep interests private and business profitable. Only until recently did I consider it the only valid reason. One also can argue that there may be a deeper seeded need to keep a much more strict eye on things. Why? Well the answer lies in finding land race strains today. Is it even possible? In the very near future cannabis maybe hybridized to many times… so much so that it becomes the assimilation of a multifaceted polyhybrid with no predicable traits or predicable effects/outcomes to what the plants seeds will offspring. This spells disaster for large entity’s trying to market the product as predictable a patentable strain. There is no way to know from seed what that particular phenotype contains more or less sativa/indica linage as its parents and it varies every seed. Like all living things all of the canna seeds are offspring that are unique and different therefore the cookies strain you smoked today would not be the exact cookies you smoked next year unless it was produced by direct clone. The two would render the same name giving birth to an ever changing product “cookies”. So how do we preserve strains with true notable genetics so they will not be hybridized so much that they are lost? The reality is, it is a human right to grow plants that naturally occur in nature. It just is! This issue is popping up in states like connecticut where foreign and corporate interests are uprooting an equal opportunity industry and making it solely their own after several sold out to larger multinational companies such as Green thumb industries, curleaf holdings, and ancerage holdings to name a few . Connecticut only has 4 producers in the state and sells cannabis to over 30000 patients. This is a perfect example of a monopoly with no grow rights. CT does have some grow language in the adult use bill and a separate bill has been introduced to have patient grow rights established as it becomes more and more apparent that we the people need our rights to grow back Pre 1937! End prohibition and let’s rewrite history for the better. We can do this…


Hemp flower is now available on Amazon

Hemp flower is now available on Amazon for purchase. Grown in Texas the strain cherry5 is high in CBD like most hemp.

Amazon now offers hemp flowers online. It is nearly indistinguishable than THC cannabis. It smells the same,feels the same, and looks the same (to the untrained eye). The move by the corporate giant is unprecedented and opens the doors to many new ventures, avenues, and ideas. so this begs the question. Does this give the green light for all hemp growers to sell their products on amazon? The Texas based company cherry5 is listed in various different amount 1 gram – 1/2 ounce.

Hemp flower is naturally high in CBD, cannabidiol, which is said to perhaps have medicinal properties like other well known cannabinoids such as THC. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t provide the user with a high.


RFID in medical cannabis packaging becoming increasingly popular

Reports out of Connecticut,Medical cannabis patients discovered something quite alarming. RFID 5G technology hidden in the labels of each eighth of cannabis purchased from theraplant. Labels reportedly changed 2 months ago to be more laminated hiding what was hiding below the shinny test results. This begs the question what is the purpose of such devices and why?

INYS pharmaceuticals sponsor anti-legalization rally at Connecticut capital.

High school students and select lawmarkers spoke in direct opposition to a marijuana legalization bill that does not apply to children and suggests retail sale should be available to everyone over the age of 21 in legal atmosphere not simply decriminalized like it already is. They spoke in regards to the substance as of it was toxic sludge and is clearly agenda and biased in the perception of data released regarding other legalization states. This group ignored the positive and went right for every made up fictional statement ever made on the plant. A local activist made mention to the INYS ties as the meeting adjourned stating “I’ve lost many of my friends” because of them manufacturing fetynol and other opiates. It left the meeting with a somber reminder that these people are wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Direct correlations with pharmaceutical giant INYS was not confirmed nor denied by rep. Canadlera when confronted stating, “there will be more time discuss that relationship in public hearings.” Many independent sources seem to suggest this tie is indeed true. INYS is one of the leading manufacturers of opiate drugs. INYS CEO was arrested on doctor bribery charges but he was to rich to not buy himself free.

Legal weed billboard on I-91 in Connecticut brings a stark reminder of what 2019 holds for CT.

In New Haven weedmaps.com has published a sign directly on I-91 headed to Massachusetts with a friendly reminder to drive north for more freedom. Connecticut law makers have announced a plan to legalize regulate and tax cannabis as well as allowing personal grow rights for citizens. The bill presented in currently being debated by the general public as to whether this bill is too restrictive as to the rights of citizens. Will this bill create a legal loophole to jail residents based on being a driver and consuming within a week of use? That’s right 5 Nanograms is the proposed legal limit, even though there is no accurate machinery to detect this and there are no studies indicating this as being the intoxicating level of cannabis present in the blood . Heavy users can fail the test days after use. Currently the law makers have proposed six plants per person.

I have heard of CBD but Infused CBD Coffee? Yes, that’s a thing.

Flower power coffee company packs a punch in New York City as it announces its CBD infused coffee brand along the streets of New York City time square. Onlookers pass by in curiosity reading “hemp infused coffee” who would create such a WONDERFUL THING! Amazing flavors available and 100% legally. In 2018, President Trump signed the 2018 farm bill which legalized industrial hemp commercialization in the United States.

I found this coffee through a local vape shop here in Connecticut and wow I was not disappointed with my selection. After the very first sip of “Go-Go Joes” Coconut Custard, I knew relationship with this coffee was about to turn long term. Flower Power infused coffee does not disappoint. Www.GoGOJoes.com

Lawmakers Introduce Bipartisan Medical Marijuana Bill

Lawmakers Introduce Bipartisan Medical Marijuana Bill

January 3, 2019  


Press Release 


WASHINGTON – Congressmen Steve Cohen (TN-09) and Don Young (Alaska-at-large) today introduced bipartisan legislation that would allow patients to have access to medical marijuana in states where marijuana is legal without fear of federal prosecution.

The Compassionate Access, Research Expansion and Respect States (CARERS) Act would amend federal law to allow states to set their own medical marijuana policies and permit doctors with the Department of Veterans Affairs to prescribe medical marijuana to veterans to treat serious and chronic conditions. The legislation would not legalize medical marijuana in all 50 states but would respect the states’ decisions to legalize medical marijuana and would prevent federal law enforcement from prosecuting patients, doctors and caregivers in those states.

Today’s introduction follows bipartisan, bicameral support for similar legislation last Congress: 115th- H.R. 2920, introduced by Reps. Cohen and Young, and 115th – S.  1764, introduced by Senators Cory Booker (D-New Jersey), Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Al Franken (D-Minnesota), and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska).  

Congressman Cohen made the following statement:

“The national consensus on medical marijuana is solid and bipartisan, but our federal drug laws continue to treat patients and their doctors like criminals. Our bill would bring federal medical marijuana policy in line with the views of the overwhelming majority of Americans by allowing states to set their own marijuana laws, allowing patients, including veterans, to receive the treatments they need from their doctors and improving opportunities for research on marijuana. I am pleased to join with Congressman Young in introducing this important legislation in the House, and I want to thank Senator Booker and the bipartisan Senate coalition for its leadership on this issue.”

Congressman Young made the following statement:

“I’m hopeful that this is going to be a productive Congress regarding the debate over national cannabis policy. Important components such as protecting medical cannabis, access to CBD, expanding research opportunities, and allowing veterans access are provisions in the CARERS Act which I’m proud to cosponsor with Congressman Steve Cohen. This is the kind of bipartisan effort that doesn’t happen every day but should serve as an example of how we can solve the problems that our constituents have sent us here to do. I look forward to promoting this legislation and other measures to protect the rights of states and individuals.”

Senator Booker made the following statement:

“Our federal marijuana laws are broken—they don’t make us safer, they waste taxpayer dollars, and they lack both common sense and compassion,” said Senator Booker. “By ensuring that states are able to set their own medical marijuana policies, the CARERS Act will help ensure access to treatment for those who benefit from medical marijuana – from children suffering from chronic illnesses to veterans battling PTSD.”

View the press release here https://cohen.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/lawmakers-introduce-bipartisan-medical-marijuana-bill?fbclid=IwAR0dSAA4ZAcmbNfjpVK4IRL-D5n_qF797raQin-qtnxOkPibSNm-0pChzpQ