February 2, 2011 § 2 Comments
Cannabis is best used to each individual’s needs. Unlike the dead-ends of opiate based painkillers and benzodiazepines, marijuana gives the user hope in endless variety and highly controlled dosages. This thought inspired the beginning of a regular photo based essay on individual methods of ingestion, and reasons for medicating.
I hope that this series will encourage cannabis users to customize their intake, enjoy the process, and promote autonomy among patients.
For the non-user I hope this represents the oft-ignored care and dignity present in the Medical Marijuana community.
Full photo essay after the link
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January 7, 2011 § Leave a Comment
Greeting Dear Reader!
Faithful subscribers will remember Seattle Photographer Knotty’s work in our coverage of the inaugural Seattle Cannabis Farmer’s Market, as well as one of my favorite smoke reports… 1, 2, 3. I should mention our write-up on the SCFM was picked up Seattle Weekly’s Steve Elliot for cannabis blog conglomerate Toke of the Town. An honor to see our names among those hallowed cyber-pages.
Anyhow, SCJ or not, our boy has been hard at work. A year ago he was snapping photos and producing monster buds of his signature ATF and Blue Dream. Today we find him producing gorgeous small-batch BHO using prime Blue Dream buds, and pictures that (albeit) almost do the effects justice. Good work Knottyy!
Readers, patients, and the like will be excited to hear we are running a winter-long Blue Dream flood…patients can keep a chin-up on the weather dabbing on this sure-fire depression buster. Don’t forget to check out our Access Point List for all locations these fine products are available!
January 6, 2011 § Leave a Comment
The aim of our images is to help the user not only assess their cannabis and cannabis products, but also appreciate them artistically or imaginatively. When searching for a uniform approach to documenting hash oil we went with these 3 details.
First, the profile and form. If it is an amber shatter (like rock candy, and solid and room temperature) like the White Widow above, that should be evident in the first image.