Cannabis is exploding on today’s almost bloated medical cannabis and recreational edibles markets, but what about the herb in fine dining? Mixologists are just beginning to muddle cannabis into iconic cocktails, and chefs in Europe and on both coasts have conquered “hidden” dinners. There’s even been hosted “weed bars” at weddings. Read Full Story Here: http://ireadculture.com/cannabis-fine-dining-is-gaining-momentum-across-the-country/
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Sliced thin with flecks of dill peeking out, the salmon looks like any other of gravlax you would have for brunch. But put it on a bagel with a schmear of cream cheese, and you will get pretty stoned eating this delicacy. The mastermind behind the THC-infused salmon – cured in salt, dill, lemon, sugar and a weed tincture – is Josh Pollack, owner of Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen in Denver. See Full Story Here: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/sep/17/salmon-weed-infused-latest-cannabis-cusine
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In this 14-lesson course you will learn how to decarboxylate and infuse any recipe with cannabis. You’ll also receive valuable e-books including The Marijuana Cookbook –CTU’s signature Marijuana Recipes. Come inside our kitchen at CTU and see first-hand how to successfully become the next cannabis gourmet. Our cooking instructors are some of the most successful cannabis chefs in the industry.
Watch as they share cooking tips and secrets that cannot be found at any other school. Make yourself the envy of all your friends with your delicious, easy, safe, and potent cannabis cuisine recipes.
As a bonus, this course also teaches you about medical marijuana salves, topicals, ointments and other transdermal uses. Hear from one of the industry’s most respected manufacturers of medical marijuana topicals products.
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When we talk about marijuana, pot or weed these days it’s inspiring to hear the term “Cannabis” being used more frequently among the general population as the propaganda from the past gradually fades away.
As a society we are becoming re-educated about this incredible plant that has served us for thousands of years as a medicinal and recreational herb, a plant that seems to be tailor made for humanity !
When we talk about “Cannabis Indica ” we are specifically referring to the genotype or landrace that originated in the middle east in the mountains of Afghanistan. We are all familiar with the potent “Hashish” that the locals make. In fact entire cultures and lifestyles in these regions are based on the cannabis concentrates industry.
There are many well know strains of Cannabis Indica being grown and enjoyed worldwide such as Afghan Kush, Hindu Kush, Northern Lights and Blueberry Kush just to name a few.
Using these very potent Indica strains growers all over the world have developed many of the hybrids like “Blue Dream” which is a cross between the Indica Blueberry Kush and the Sativa Haze.
Each year growers are enhancing the technology being used in grow rooms allowing them to produce new strains and phenotypes with higher potency yields in both THC and CDB cannabinoids.
Cannabis Indica of course has its own unique characteristics when compared to Cannabis Sativa.
1. Cannabis Indica has broader leaves with the plants being generally shorter and more bushy.
2. The buds or flowers are more dense, which is one reason growers like to grow Indica strains as weight is an important factor when you’re selling a product by the ounce or pound.
3. The high is different from Sativa strains , being characterized as more of a “couch lock” effect , more relaxed, more sedated and usually best enjoyed in the evening or at night to unwind and slow down.
4. Cannabis Indica strains are typically higher in CDB ( Cannabidiol ) making them ideal for medicinal use when patients want to relieve pain, increase appetite and need more restful sleep, all part of the healing process.
Creating next generation innovations in the cannabis industry.
Following the history of cannabis – what a long strange trip it’s been!
Medicating (less is more!) with cannabis for specific health conditions.
Maximizing the body’s endocannabinoid system (what’s that!) for optimal health.
Selecting the correct delivery systems (not necessarily smoking!) for medical marijuana.
Exploring the convergence among Western medicine, holistic modalities, and cannabis.