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Saturday, 19 April 2014

HUMMINGBIRDS


Habitat loss and destruction are the hummingbird’s main threats. As hummingbirds are often specially adapted to each unique habitat, each species of hummingbird currently listed as vulnerable or endangered on the IUCN red list are all threatened due to habitat destruction and loss.

The earth's changing temperatures due to climate change are affecting hummingbird migratory patterns, causing different species to be spotted in locations well outside their normal range, where it may be harder for them to find food.
Please look at this video of a wild Hummingbird eating from a mans hand



Reasons For Hope

Hummingbirds in the U.S. and around the world have the benefit of being garden and backyard favorites. Many people put out hummingbird feeders or grow flowers that attract hummingbirds in the warmer months that allow these birds to refuel during their long migratory journeys. What's in sight is often in mind, and many fans of hummingbirds are doing what they can to keep every backyard, park and garden a friendly place for these beautiful birds.

Historically Hummingbirds were killed for their feathers, today they face different but equally devastating threats.

By: ferenc villas on: 23:23

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Richest Facts 10 Sporting Facts to Exercise Your Brain 

The oldest sporting event is the Newmarket Town Plate horse race, run almost every year since 1665.


The oldest sporting event is the Newmarket Town Plate horse race, run almost every year since 1665.


The most popular sport is football. Around 3.3 billion people watch or play the game Current World Population 7,226,923,661


The most popular sport is football. Around 3.3 billion people watch or play the game Current World Population 7,226,923,661

The biggest ever football crowd of nearly 200,000 fans watched the World Cup final between Brazil and Rio de Janeiro in 1950

The World Cup Football competition has been held 19 times since it started in 1930


The most popular sport is football. Around 3.3 billion people watch or play the game Current World Population 7,226,923,661

Around 15 million people watched the Tour de France cycle race each year.



Up to 400,000 people watch the annual Indianapolis 500 motor race in the USA



Formula 1 racing cars can reach speeds of up to 350 kilometeres per hour 217 miles per hour



In 1661, the first yacht race took place on the River Thames between King Charles II and his brother Duke of York.


Ever since 2000, competitors have taken part in the annual  Mobile Phone Throwing World Championship.

Richest Facts 10 Sporting Facts to Exercise Your Brain

By: ferenc villas on: 13:15

Thursday, 3 April 2014




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Saturday, 29 March 2014


The Hungarian Uprising of 1956



Hungary in 1956 seemed to sum up all that the Cold War stood for. The people of Hungary and the rest of Eastern Europe were ruled over with a rod of iron by Communist Russia and anybody who challenged the rule of Stalin and Russia paid the price. The death of Stalin in 1953 did not weaken the grip Moscow had on the people of Eastern Europe and Hungary, by challenging the rule of Moscow, paid such a price in 1956.

From 1945 on the Hungarians were under the control of Moscow. All wealth of whatever nature was taken from Hungary by the Russians who showed their power by putting thousands of Russian troops and hundreds of tanks in Hungary. The Hungarian leader, Rakosi, was put in power by Stalin of Russia. When Stalin died in 1953 all people in Eastern Europe were given some hope that they might be free from Soviet (Russian) rule.

In February 1956, the new Russian leader Khruschev made a bitter attack on the dead Stalin and his policies and in July 1956 in a gesture to the Hungarians, Rakosi was forced to resign. In fact, the Hungarians had expected more but they did not get it. This situation, combined with 1) a bad harvest 2) fuel shortages 3) a cold and wet autumn all created a volatile situation.

On October 23rd 1956, students and workers took to the streets of Budapest (the capital of Hungary ) and issued their Sixteen Points which included personal freedom, more food, the removal of the secret police, the removal of Russian control etc. Poland had already been granted rights in 1956 which had been gained by street protests and displays of rebellion. Hungary followed likewise.



A ruined statue of Stalin in Budapest

Imre Nagy was appointed prime minister and Janos Kadar foreign minister. They were thought to be liberal and in Moscow this was felt to be the best way to keep happy the "hooligans" as the Moscow media referred to the protesters. As a gesture, the Red Army pulled out and Nagy allowed political parties to start again. The most famous man to criticise the Russians was released from prison - Cardinal Mindszenty.

On October 31st, 1956, Nagy broadcast that Hungary would withdraw itself from the Warsaw Pact. This was pushing the Russians too far and Kadar left the government in disgust and established a rival government in eastern Hungary which was supported by Soviet tanks. On November 4th, Soviet tanks went into Budapest to restore order and they acted with immense brutality even killing wounded people. Tanks dragged round bodies through the streets of Budapest as a warning to others who were still protesting.



Russian tanks in Budapest

Hundreds of tanks went into Budapest and probably 30,000 people were killed. To flee the expected Soviet reprisals, probably 200,000 fled to the west leaving all they possessed in Hungary. Nagy was tried and executed and buried in an unmarked grave. By November 14th, order had been restored. Kadar was put in charge. Soviet rule was re-established.

President Eisenhower of USA said "I feel with the Hungarian people." J F Dulles, American Secretary of State, said "To all those suffering under communist slavery, let us say you can count on us." But America did nothing more.

So why did Europe and America do nothing except offer moral support and condemn Russia ?

1) Because of the geographic location of Hungary, how could you actually help without resorting to war? Both sides in the Cold War were nuclear powers and the risks were too great. Any economic boycott of the Soviet Union would have been pointless as Russia took what it needed from the countries it occupied.

2) The Suez Crisis which took place at the same time, was considered far more important and of greater relevance to the west than the suffering of the Hungarians. Hence why Britain, France and America concentrated their resources on this crisis.

The Hungarian Uprising 1956

By: ferenc villas on: 11:35

Friday, 28 March 2014


Missing Malaysia plane: Malaysian official says flight MH370 deliberately diverted


Malaysian Flight Missing!!!!!! 


Missing Malaysia plane: Malaysian official says flight MH370 deliberately diverted

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Saturday, 22 March 2014




The zoo maintenance worker has terminal cancer and he asked the Netherland's Ambulance Wish Foundation for help so that he could visit the Rotterdam's Diergaarde Blijdorp zoo once last time. The wish was granted, and what happened during the visit amazed everyone.

A final goodbye: Giraffe kisses dying zoo worker Read

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Friday, 21 March 2014




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Back in 1978, moviegoers were treated to an amazing sight: Superman reversing the spin of the Earth, turning back time in the process (and saving his beloved Lois). Preposterous, of course, but what if something did change the Earth's rotation? What if the rotation stopped completely?

Let's get our admittedly far-fetched assumptions on the table. First, let's assume the Earth stopped spinning gradually, as a sudden deceleration Would mean disaster. Second, we'll suppose that Earth's ecosystems have survived the transition mostly intact. So what does this new world look like?

For starters, Earth would now take a whole year to do what it pulls off in a day: cycle from night to day and back. Cities would spend half the year in darkness and half the year in full sunlight, just like the North and South Poles do today. And, like the poles, every region would still experience different seasons, but the temperature swings from season to season would be much greater for areas along the equator. An equatorial region would spend infernally hot months very close to the sun, while that area's global counterpart would spend dark, frigid months very far away from it. That's trouble for the plants and animals that have adapted to the climate of a region and, consequently, for the people living there as well.

What's that? You're relocating to the relatively stable (though still awfully cold) polar regions? Bad move. They're deep underwater. In fact, the boundaries between ocean and land on a spin-free Earth would look nothing like they do today. Because the Earth rotates, centrifugal force causes the planet to bulge along the equator. No rotation, no bulge. Without that bulge, all of the extra water held in place along the equator would go rushing back toward the poles. Esri, a company that develops geography-focused technology, modeled the world's land and oceans after its equatorial bulge subsided and found that the Earth would have a band of land -- one giant supercontinent -- that circles the equator and separates two massive oceans to the north and the south.

As if that weren't enough, Earth's magnetic field might go away, too. While we're not entirely sure how that magnetic field is generated, one leading theory states that it's the result of Earth's inner core rotating slightly faster than outer core (yep, two different rotations on one planet). If both of them stop, the mechanism behind Earth's magnetic field may as well, leaving us exposed to potential harmful solar winds [source: Cain].

Where does that leave us? Humans are an adaptable species with powerful technology at their disposal, but survival in this new environment would be a challenge. Sure, we could try to light our homes in the darkness and heat and cool them (at great cost) during wild temperature swings, but not everything would be under our control. Could crops survive the extremes of this new world? Could any plants? If not, the entire food chain would be in danger. Perhaps we could find new crops or modify existing ones to tolerate this new environment. Or maybe we would become dependent on perennials that return with warm weather. It's actually a little comforting to think that, while the world will probably become a hellish place to live, at least our decorative hosta beds might be OK.

What if the Earth stops spinning?

By: ferenc villas on: 03:57
Weather Weapons




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By: ferenc villas on: 03:46

Thursday, 13 February 2014





O, YES


I always thought it was a myth that there are certain sex positions that can help a woman climax faster and better. Say it isn't so? If this is true, why haven't we been schooling our men? I took my inquiry to the sex-perts and uncovered that there are, in fact, such positions. Obviously, I'm going to share them with you -- that way, we can all be having the best sex of our lives! Read on for the top 10 sex positions for achieving mind-blowing orgasms.

The butterfly position or modified missionary


Top 10 Sex positions of 2014. O'YES

"With the woman on her back and her hips on the edge of the bed, the man penetrates her while standing. She then puts her legs over his shoulders and tilts her hips slightly upwards. This gives a wonderful angle for cervical stimulation with deep penetration that can produce some intense vaginal and uterine orgasms. With more shallow penetration, a man can stimulate the anterior vaginal wall to hit the G-spot."

2
Modified coital alignment technique

Top 10 Sex positions of 2014. O'YES

"A couple starts off in missionary position. Once a man penetrates a woman deeply, he allows her to bring her legs together between his. He then shifts his weight slightly forward so that the shaft of his erection is producing firm pressure and friction on her clitoris as he moves. This works very well for women that prefer to have clitoral stimulation during penetration to reach a very powerful orgasm."



3
Baring the scepter

Baring the scepter

"Either partner can perform this technique, although the bottom person's hands may be more able to pull it off. Form a ring with thumb and forefinger around the base of the penis. Then, pull down so the skin on the shaft is taut. This exposes more nerve endings and increases the penis' sensitivity -- it can also help maintain his erection. Engage in intercourse with your hand still encircling the base to send his pleasure soaring." 
--Jaiya, new world sex educator and author of "Red Hot Touch"


4
The counter top

Baring the scepter

"This is my favorite. It's when the woman is laying on her back on the counter or table while he enters standing. It's rough. There's pushing aside of papers, pepper shakers which add to the sense of urgency and inappropriateness. It's easy to maneuver and move the woman to slide along the counter. There is still contact. He goes deep and feels in control. It works all the way around. The keys are clothing, stuff in the way, and being in an open space. Still allows for connection while feeling dirty. It just works on so many levels. It's not about acrobats. It's about context." 
--Margaret Wagner, sex expert and founder of Bedroom Matters


5
The seated scissors

The seated scissors

"This position allows the woman to have the control in order to determine the depth and angle of penetration, as well as how much clitoral stimulation she gets. With the man laying flat on his back and his knees bent, she straddles him with one leg to the side of his hip, and the other leg between his legs. The woman can then find just the right spot to grind against his pubic bone with him inside her. She controls the pace, the depth, and the amount of pressure and friction she receives. This is definitely a prescription for mind-blowing sex!" 

6
Get off, stand up

The seated scissors

"I'm no [pro], but whenever I've had sex standing up and holding my partner in the air or up against the wall, it's been mind-blowing for both of us. I suspect it taps into some of our innate gender differences: the strong man and the small woman, which in turn heightens the sexual experience. It also forces us to be in a full embrace, which furthers the emotional connection, as well as our physical one. It's physically demanding and not for all couples but for those that can, it's highly recommended." 
--Jim, an experienced heterosexual male


7
Uncloaking the clit

 The seated scissors

"Given a woman's clitoris is buried under the clitoral hood and cushiony mons pubis surrounding it, it's no wonder this tiny nub rarely receives enough stimulation during intercourse to catch the O-train. Your hands, though, can help change that. Form a 'V' with your index and middle finger and point your fingers toward your feet. Press this V onto the mons pubis, with a finger to each side of the clitoris. Then, pull up, moving the skin with your hand. This should unveil the hard-to-reach clit in all its glory, exposing this little love button to a lot more action." 

8
Shake 'n' bake

"If you're craving a quick-but-stimulating break from intercourse, this move is the perfect titillating timeout. To do it, the man withdraws and rests the tip of his penis on the clitoris. Then, hold the base of the penis and shake it quickly from side to side so that the head hits the clitoris with every wiggle. In doing so, you'll be stimulating both heads at once -- that of the clitoris and the penis -- which should send you both into paroxysms of pleasure." 

9
Pushing tush

Pushing tush

"If your guy enjoys having his back door explored, reach around with both hands and grab both cheeks. From there, you can do 'Butt Yoga' (a technique whereby you spread the cheeks apart, then together, one up one down then vice versa) or 'Anal Yoga' (a technique whereby you place your middle fingers to the sides of the anus then spread them apart, then diagonally, then up and down). If that gets him hankering for more, feel free to delve deeper." 

10
Happy scissors

Happy scissors

"Heating up hot spots aren't your hands-only talents. They're also great at moving body parts where you want them, and this technique is a prime opportunity. During intercourse, raise your legs, then have your man hold an ankle in each hand. From there, you can spread her legs apart, hold them together, part them at 80 degrees, the options are endless. And since the tendons of the legs pivot deep in the pelvic cavity, moving them around will subtly alter the below-the-belt sensations for you both. Talk about getting a leg up on a little variety!" 

Top 10 Sex positions of 2014. O'YES

By: ferenc villas on: 13:07

Friday, 7 February 2014

Top 10 Most Expensive Antiques Ever Auctioned


Perhaps it is because our time here on earth is so short in the grand scheme of things that some collectors are willing to spend literally millions on antiques, many of which may have been considered worthless in their own time. Or, it could be that human nature leads us to want something that no one else on the planet can boast of having. Of course there is the odd connoisseur that truly appreciates the rare beauty of a piece and is willing to pay anything it takes to own it, but to those of us who enjoy browsing the shops, markets and estate sales, these top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned are something we can only dream of owning in another time and another place.

10. Harrington Commode – £3,793,250


Harrington CommodeIn tenth place of the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned is Thomas Chippendale’s Harrington Commode which is recorded as being auctioned by Sotheby’s in London on 7th December 2010 for more than four times its estimate!

Although the serpentine form is not an example of his traditional style, it is thought to be one of the finest examples of Chippendale’s genius. As a George III marquetry commode, the design is indicative of just how versatile the designer was as he could be commissioned to conform to any taste whilst adding his own unique definition to the style.

9. Germain Royal Soup Tureen – £6,445,397


Germain Royal Soup TureenCan you imagine eating a bowl of soup which was served from a soup tureen that is worth almost £6.5 million Pounds? Now that would be a meal fit for a king! This exquisite tureen which was made for Louis XV is described as having a lid that is akin to an old masterpiece.

The lid intricately depicts vegetables, fish and fowl and the piece itself is thought to be one of the finest surviving silver pieces that weren’t melted down to finance such historical wars as the French Revolution and the Seven Years’ War.

It is unknown who bought this bit of French history but we do know it auctioned at Sotheby’s New York in November of 1996 and is thought to be the highest selling example of decorative arts from France.

8. Antique Secretary Desk by the Goddard & Townsend Families – £7,580,977


Goddard & TownsendBoth the Goddard and Townsend families were 18th century Quakers living in America amongst a cabinetmaking community in Rhode Island. This Chippendale style antique secretary is said to be only one of 7 to 9 such pieces in existence, thus its intrinsic net worth.

The Goddard – Townsend Chippendale antique secretary is said to have been crafted sometime around the year 1760 and is also said to be the most expensive piece of American furniture ever auctioned. As number 8 on the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned, this Chippendale antique secretary sold to the Brown family at an auction by Christies, New York in 1989.

How would you like to explain to your wife that you paid £7.5 million for a secretary? “Don’t worry dear, she’s very old.”

7. Illustrated Folio of the Persian Shah circa 1500s – £7,643.629


Folio of the Persian Shah circaAs recently as May of this year (2011) Sotheby’s in London auctioned this perfect example of illustrated Islamic art. Rounding out the number 7 spot on the top ten most expensive antiques ever auctioned, the Illustrated Folio which was made for the Shah of Persia sometime in the 1500s.

According to Art Daily, this opaque watercolour is acknowledged to be one of the finest illustrated manuscripts of all time from literally any culture. They further proclaim it to be one of the finest works of art as well. From a historical perspective, it is one of the scenes of the Persian national epic.

The Illustrated Folio is the most expensive piece of Islamic art ever auctioned or sold.

6. Emerald & Diamond Tiara Once Belonging to the Wife of FrenchEmperor Napoleon III – £7,994,484


Emerald & Diamond TiaraAnother of the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned was sold at Sotheby’s May 2011 which is impressive in itself. This emerald and diamond tiara is said to have belonged to the wife of the French emperor Napoleon III, not to be confused with Bonaparte!
It was originally commissioned by Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck, a German prince, for Katharina who was his second wife. The buyer remains anonymous at this time.

5. Ming Dynasty Gold Tripod Vessel – £9,397,905


 Gold Tripod VesselAh, finally we come to the Ming Dynasty, the most famous of all periods in Chinese artefacts! This lovely 18k gold tripod vessel is a rare beauty depicting two dragons, masterfully crafted and pursuing what are described as ‘flaming pearls.’

The piece dates from the Xuande period and is embellished with turquoise, natural pearls, rubies, chrysoberyl and sapphires. Experts on Ming artefacts believe that this may be one of only eight gold pieces surviving this period. As number 5 in the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned it is also the most expensive piece of Chinese metalwork to ever have been auctioned or sold.

Just prior to the Auction in April of 2008 it was thought that one of the increasing numbers of Chinese millionaires would win the bid, but in the end a westerner won out at almost £9.4 million.

4. Moonflask in Pink and Blue Enamel w/ White Porcelain – £10,024,432


Moonflask in Pink and Blue Enamel w/ White PorcelainAs the fourth most expensive antique ever auctioned, there is grace, beauty and an abundance of historical significance in the Moonflask which is said to date from the Qianlong dynasty because of the six character mark. The consensus places it as being crafted anywhere from 1736 to 1795.

Oddly, there is an identical flask in Tokyo’s Matsuoka Art Museum and it is believed that the two were originally a pair. The remarkable characteristics of the Moonflask are the unique combination of colours used with porcelains of this technique.

The Moonflask was last sold at an auction at Christie’s in Honk Kong, December of 2010. It is currently unknown who the winning bidder was or of what ethnic background. Since it is one of a pair it will be interesting to see if the ‘unknown bidder’ will vie for its mate or if Japan will seek out this flask to pair it with the one in their collection!

3. Olyphant – £10,650,959


Olyphant It is unlikely that anyone would carry a battle horn worth more than £10 million to the frontlines, but that’s exactly what an Olyphant is – a battle horn oftentimes called a hunting horn.

This marvellous piece is undoubtedly the most expensive antique ever auctioned in Scandinavia and it was most likely crafted in the 11th Century. There are in fact six of the same ornament family known to be in existence worldwide.

2. Badminton Cabinet – £19,045,250


Badminton CabinetIt is no wonder the Badminton Cabinet fetched an amazing £19 million as it is perhaps one of the finest pieces of furniture crafted in Florence during the Medici control and it took six years to build with 30 craftsmen working their magic.

Although it is in second place on the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned, the Badminton Cabinet has twice held the number one spot. It currently resides in the Liechtenstein Museum where it can be appreciated by all who visit the museum, unlike so many antiques in private collections.

1. Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase – £53,000,000


Pinner Qing Dynasty VaseFinally, what we have all been waiting for, the most expensive antique ever auctioned. Having been auctioned in the UK in 2010, the Pinner Qing Dynasty Vase is believed to date back to sometime around the year 1740.

At one point the vase was inspected by a television show called ‘Going for a Song’ and incorrectly labelled a ‘nice replica.’ Since then it was dated and appraised by various experts and found to be authentic. Anyone who has a few moments on their hands might be intrigued by the rich history of how this piece came to be ‘discovered’ and auctioned.
How odd it may seem that three of the top 10 most expensive antiques ever auctioned were crafted in a country we often equate with bargain basement products. All too often we see the words ‘made in China’ and automatically assume that we will be getting inferior products that won’t withstand the test of time. Tell that to the collectors who own some of the world’s most exquisite artwork that is still pristine hundreds of years later!


These facts can also be found on http://www.decoratum.com/blog/2011/07/top-10-most-expensive-antiques-ever-auctioned/

Most Expensive Antiques Ever Auctioned starting from £3.7 million- £53 million.

By: ferenc villas on: 00:29

Wednesday, 5 February 2014







Acid - Medicinal Oasis



Acid - Medicinal Oasis
"The budtender at Medicinal Oasis suggested some Acid the marijuana strain, not the mind-altering psychedelic wonder chemical. The funky, rotting-grapefruit-peel smell was intriguing, and the budtender gave it high marks, so I took a discount-level eighth home for $20. While the dozens of miniature popcorn buds I ended up with didnt have high bag appeal, they were nevertheless tiny rockets of THC that packed a buzz on par with chugging a couple of grande lattes and running laps around the block until youre lightheaded. Appropriately, the Acid had an acrid, hazy flavor to match the funky citrus smell in a vape and a bubbler. It was a jolting way to start the day, because it gave me a huge appetite, and just two or three hits kept me going until well after lunchtime."


Boulder Wellnes


Bubblegum - Boulder Wellness

Bubblegum - Boulder Wellness
"Ive had a personal aversion to Bubblegum for years after seeing way too much of it back in college, and I usually pass it over. But Im glad I didnt skip this batch at Boulder Wellness. It was easily some of the best Bubblegum Ive seen, and I instantly forgot about my bias. Instead of the leafy buds of my youth, this was perfectly plump dried and cured to perfection. The near dead-on Bubblegum smell and flavor oozed from the buds like the glassy crystals coating the calyxes. A much heavier naptime indica than I remember, this Bubblegum would be solid for relieving pain, soothing anxiety and putting your ass to sleep."



Lush

Bleu Cheese -Lush

Bleu Cheese -Lush
"I cant stand real bleu cheese, but this batch of Bleu Cheese from Lush was my kind of salad. It had a spicy-sweet licorice punch up front, with a lemon-furniture-polish body underneath that grew exponentially more pungent when the oily, waxy flowers were crumbled up in my hand. My thumb and forefinger were left with the citrus smell and a waxy feel, as though I had just dusted my house with Pledge. When I smoked it, the flavor wasnt as potent as I expected. Instead, it really came out in a vaporizer with a clean whip and wand (I use a Silver Surfer). A bowl-pack was enough to help me ease up on my back tension and, at the very least, get stoned enough to forget about my pain for a couple of hours. Puffing more than two bowls in a session was a prescription for sleep."


Trenchtown

Bruce Banner - Trenchtown

Bruce Banner - Trenchtown
"Something about the Pine-Sol freshness of this Banner in the jar was too nice to pass up. The finger-shaped buds had a tight trim, but they were still sandblasted with silver crystals deep into the maze of calyxes and silk-thin orange pistils. The flavour was even more pronounced, and while I've never smoked pine sap, I now have a rough idea of what it might taste like. As potent as it was pungent, the Banner was a solid sativa for stimulating the old gut into action, and I had no choice but to make a massive breakfast in the morning to satisfy the hunger urges. For those paying attention: I've gained seventeen much-needed pounds over the past year from a little yes-I-cannabis like this."

Colorado Harvest

Flo-Colorado Harvest

Flo-Colorado Harvest
"The baby-carrot-sized buds of the Flo at Colorado Harvest Co. had a ripe lavender smell that hit the nose instantly, followed by a hashy undertone. Broken down, the silver-trichomed buds scoped clean and left a dusting of crystals behind on my table after I broke them up. Smoked and vaped, the buds had a smooth, full flavor and a mellowing potency that was enough to arouse an appetite while still helping me maintain enough mental energy to get through the day. There were a few other sativa strains on par with the Flo even better, in some cases (like the tangerine-scented Red Diesel) but at $30 an eighth, the Flo was the most reasonably priced strain for my money."



 Healing House Lakewood

Alien OG- Healing House Lakewood

Alien OG- Healing House Lakewood
"Healing House had a number of Kush and Kush hybrid genetics: Tahoe OG, Kosher Kush, Raskal OG, White Fire OG (several different phenotypes) and at least two or three more. I opted for the Alien OG, with its chunky, faintly purple buds the size of duck eggs. The smell was at the level of funky, Super Ball-rubbery, lemon-terpene OG goodness so aromatic that you felt compelled to open and close the jar at least ten times simply to get that popped-tennis-ball-can blast. The Alien was potent, as well, with a balanced hybrid effect that started out mellow and heavy between the eyes and then progressed to a buzzy, fresh-from-a-nap energy."

L'Eagle Services


Texas Hash Plant-L'Eagle Services


Texas Hash Plant-L'Eagle Services
"LEagles Hash Plant, which allegedly comes by way of Austin, Texas, hit the mark in terms of potency and bag appeal, with an awesome Tangerine Haze-like fruitiness that immediately hit your nose out of the jar. The flavor wasnt as pronounced, but it still came through well in a vaporizer and clean bubbler. This was naptime ganja; theres really no other way of putting it. It soared you high and pain-free into the stratosphere for about 45 minutes before slamming you down, face-first, into a pillow. Aches, pains, headaches, nagging in-grown hairs, deadlines: They all drifted off along with my consciousness. In smaller doses, it had valium-like sedative properties."


 Kindman

Spirit of 76- Kindman

Spirit of 76- Kindman
"The rare Spirit of 76 at Kindman was very impressive. The popcorn-sized buds in the sample jar all had a hint of purple under a slathering of sandy-colored crystals. In the shop, I got a strange, fruit-punchy Bubba Kush smell, but at home it had more of a grapey-lavender finish. Smoked, the potent little buds had a sweet, earthy taste and were great for mellowing out and easing anxiety after a stressful day. I also was struck with a mean case of the munchies soon after puffing a bowl, despite the fact that I had just finished a meal. At $25 an eighth, it was a perfect purchase, and one Ive been back for many times."



 Greenman Cannabis

Headband- Greenman Cannabis


Headband- Greenman Cannabis
"The most potent, sour-smelling strain on the shelf at Green Man was the Headband, with its perfectly dense, marble-sized buds crammed together on stalks to form beautiful, spiral-like flowers. When I cracked it open, the strength of the brand-new, rubber-ball funk took over my office and put an instant smile on my face. If youre a fan of this strain (and who isnt?), this is the level at which you want to see it grown, with a great earthy, slightly limey taste through the bowl, clean white ash to finish and a growing head buzz that starts before you finish exhaling your second hit. The Green Man budtender said this strain always puts him in happy cannabis land, and its definitely great for appetite and all-around mood enhancement the type of bud that could cause world peace if everyone grew a few plants in their back yard."


Verde

Amnesia- Wreck Verde


Amnesia- Wreck Verde
"The smell on the Amnesia Wreck at Verde was a mix of lemon-lime citrus, licorice and the musky Haze aroma, which came through extremely loud and clear in a clean dry pipe as well as in my Silver Surfer vape. Much like Super Silver Haze, a small bowl of the pine-forest-green, silver-trichomed Amnesia Wreck was perfect for increasing my appetite. The strain was very clean and very well grown, dried and cured. This is the type of medicine you should be looking for if you sign up a shop to be your primary grower. "






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