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  1. Sharon

    Hello again Robert and Super Don, and no it was not Steve, it’s Sharon with the Lady Bug Assisted comment. So the good organic pot varied from $20 to $18 per gram, and it may be because this particular pot shop had their own grow show. Oh and the kid at this store was sure to inform me that between 8 and 10 AM I could get a 15% discount. Being a 65 year old woman, he must have thought we old folks needed a kick start in the morning. I went to another rec shop and purchased non-organic pot which was $12 to $16 per gram, this store got their supplies from various producers, including food items, which I did not investigate. Both stores have extensive menus they present u with and will go through the list explaining each item. Here in Boulder, we have many recreational and medical pot stores. U still need a state permit and a doctor recommendation to use the MM, but I hear it is much cheaper than the recreational stores.

    And yes Super Don, I guess u could get 3 or 4 slim joints out of a gram, but vaporizing it makes it go further and is much better, u only get the vaporized THC. There are now compact pocket size vaporizers, that cost about $200, but it’s certainly worth it.

    At 65, I have been indulging in recreational pot since my late teens, and lol and behold, it has not been a gateway drug for me as I have never imbibed in any drug. I only use sativa, opposed to indica, sativa is more uplifting and for the mind. Indica has always laid me back to much, and I guess that kid in the store pegged me right, if I’m having a particularly lazy morning, a little sativa is the kick start I need to motivate me to hop on my bicycle or get out in the garden. Works every time.

    I am growing a plant for the first time ever, it’s been fascinating watching it do it’s thing, I think it’s almost ready to harvest. I have been picking the small new leaves and putting them in my salads, also, have tried juicing them with some kale, chard, and apple from my garden, there is no high when ingesting them this way.

  2. Chris Maddux

    How can I treat headaches and a dry socket

    1. Robert Scott Bell

      The most indicated remedy (homeopathic) for dry socket is Rhus tox. I talked about other options on last night’s broadcast. Headaches usually indicate liver congestion. Have you tried homeopathic Bryonia? If it goes into migraine territory, even though Super Don on’t do it, look into coffee enemas. Headaches have a broad range of possible causes. Do you have more details in your specific case to go on?

  3. Liberty

    Hi Robert,

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  4. Sharon

    Hi Robert and Super Don. Just a quick comment, I am resident of Colorado and thought it “high” time I checked out the recreational pot shops here. So, I go in and ask if they have any organic marijuana and the kid, although he must be 21 to be selling, says the Federal government owns the word “organic”, by way of the FDA and all, so they are not allowed to use that term, but they can say “ladybug assisted”. After I picked myself off the floor with laughter, I left with a gram of ladybug assisted smoke.

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