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Cannabis 101 | What are the Different Forms of Cannabis?

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Did you know cannabis is not just the leaves, stem, seeds, and flowers of the cannabis plant? There are other forms of cannabis made from either cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, or cannabis ruderalis, the three species of the cannabis plant.

Dried flowers and leaves are the traditional and most common form of cannabis, but other forms such as edibles, lotions, concentrates are becoming prevalent.

Depending on the strain they are made from, each of the different forms has different effects and varies in potency and intake method.

What are the Forms of Cannabis?

1. Traditional Leaves

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It includes the leaves, stems, and buds. These are usually dried, then crushed, and rolled into blunts. You can then smoke the blunt.

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Alternatively, there are specially designed water pipes where the bits can be placed and the vapor inhaled.

2. CBD Oil

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CBD oil only contains CBD. THC and any other psychotic cabinnoids are extracted, leaving CBD only. It is taken by putting a dosage under the tongue. 

3. Tinctures

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An edible form of cannabis, tinctures are made with cannabis leaves and glycerin and can be drank the way it is.

4. Hashish

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It’s a sticky resin found on the barks of cannabis plants. It’s available in chunks or made into cakes or balls.

5. Shatter

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It’s a form of cannabis extracted by running a solvent through buds of cannabis then spreading the substance left behind on sheets to cool and dry. It is then broken into shards and sold individually.

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Other forms of cannabis include wax, honey butane oil, powdered leaves used in edibles such as cookies, distillate, budder, kief, crumble wax, hash, THC oil, live resin, and rosin.

While some forms of marijuana don’t have any psychotic effects, others have a very high concentration of THC, and thus the ‘high’ will vary depending on the form. Smoking options generally reach the brain faster than edibles.

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Lil Pump Show Off His New $400k Worth Rolls Royce

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What is fame without a show-off? In the entertainment industry, especially for rappers, it is essential to have the drip, the money, the bars, and the ride.

It is a net worth battle. Lil Pump just bought a Rolls Royce Truck for a whopping four hundred thousand dollars. 

The Gucci Gang rapper also revealed that he paid the money in cash. 

He flaunted his ride’s pictures on his social media platforms, and we can’t lie, the rapper has a reason to brag.

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The car he bought is one of the most expensive and luxurious in the car industry. In the caption of his post, Pump wrote, “Spent yo lifesaving on a whip 🎁 🎁Pink slip Lil b—h !! Love u.”

The white Rolls Royce Cullinan has a comfortable space for Pump’s passengers and pretty comfortable seats. 

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Some of his fans showed love to the rapper’s ride, while others claimed that he couldn’t afford the Rolls Royce since he had fallen off.

How to does this guys still got money? Didn’t he fall off or something,” one tweet read. 

Today we are asking you two questions. Do you think the rapper can afford the ride and do you like Lil Pump’s music? Hit us up in the comments section below. We love your responses. 

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Chicago Rapper RondoNumbaNine Curses Out Trump For Lack Of Pardon

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As a way of leaving office, Donald Trump decided to issue pardons to some convicted criminals. 

The list was rapper Lil Wayne, Kodak Black, Kilpatrick, Roc Nation’s CEO Desiree Perez, and Steve Bannon, among one hundred and sixty-eight others.

There is, however, the lot that the 45th president of the US forgot or didn’t pardon. Among them are Ross Ulbricht, Julian Assange, and famous Chicago rapper RondoNumbaNine.

The angered convict, currently serving a thirty-nine-year sentence for murder charges, used his social media to bash Trump for not pardoning him. 

F–k Trump his Bitch ass ain’t pardon me,” the Chicago rapper tweeted

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In 2014, RondoNumbaNine and his accomplice Courtney Ealy shot their victim Javan Boyd seated in a parked car. After a thorough investigation, Rondo’s fingerprints and surrounding CCTV footage pointed at the guilty rapper and Ealy.

He was a star rising, but fate chose a different route. Some fans think that he should rot in jail, while others promised to try and convince Joe Biden to pardon him.

Do you think that the president should free him? Talk to us in the comments below. Also, visit our website for more news-related articles. 

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Yaya Mayweather Shares Heartwarming Photo of Floyd Mayweather Holding Her Newborn

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It seems like former professional boxer Floyd Mayweather is stoked about being a grandpa. Days after Yaya and NBA YoungBoy welcomed their firstborn son, Yaya posted an adorable photo of Floyd Mayweather. The undefeated boxing star was holding his grandson.

The 20-year-old and new mom shared the adorable photo on her Instagram. Over the photo, she wrote, “My (hearts).” In another slide, she wrote, “My mom $ dad just love the baby so much.” Her baby boy was born on Saturday, January 9.

It is still unclear where she and NBA YoungBoy stand given their on-off sort of relationship. NBA YoungBoy, who is rumored to be in a relationship with another, reportedly has seven children. YoungBoy and Drea Symone welcomed a daughter over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Yaya also shared with her 1 million Instagram followers that she would be giving them an insight into her life on her YouTube channel through a reality series. Stay tuned for that!

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Lil Wayne Drops Song Two Days After Trump’s Pardon

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Two days after getting lucky and landing a spot on the 173 acts of clemency list from the former U.S. president, Dwayne Carter Jr., popularly known as Lil Wayne, released his latest single. 

Titled “Ain’t Got Time“, the surprise project features Fousheè and pays tribute to the late Juice WRLD, including the story of his gold plated handgun saga.

“They raided my private plane/ I went got one that’s more privater/R.I.P. Juice WRLD, wrote that on two cups/Pour out a Lil juice for him/Shit gave me goosebumps/N-gga been through too much/Lookin’ in the rearview to see the future,” a snippet of the lyrics read.

Wayne seems to have planned his release. In the recently concluded election, the Lollipop rapper endorsed Trump for president and didn’t seem to care about what other people or rappers said.

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It worked, and he was pardoned along with other names, including Kodak Black. Other names like Ulbricht didn’t make it to the list despite rumours of Trump considering them.

Lil Wayne’s lawyer claimed that the pardon had nothing to do with the endorsement adding that

“I think they had a very strong connection. He’s in the entertainment world. He’s got a style that’s similar in terms of the way that he carries himself, and a lot of rappers and people in the industry relate to that.”

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Soulja Boy Sued Over Sexual Assault and Battery Allegations

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US rapper Soulja Boy once responsible for the biggest hits, has been accused of sexual assault, battery, and holding his former assistant hostage. The rapper whose hits include Crank That and Kiss Me Thru the Phone has denied the allegations.

The former assistant who is not named filed a complaint against the 30-year-old rapper on Thursday, January 21. In the complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the woman claims the rapper repeatedly raped her and held her hostage for three days. She also claims that he did not pay her 18-month wages even after subjecting her to a hostile work environment.

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As reported in People magazine, the woman began working for Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez, in 2018. She was expected to be readily available at all times. Her job description went beyond personal assistant duties. She was expected to cook, clean, and chauffeur.

The woman filed as ‘Jane Doe’ and Soulja Boy developed a romantic relationship in January 2019. The brief consensual relationship turned violent. The rapper first physically abused her around January 23, 2019. The rapper also threatened to kill her on one occasion.

Soulja Boy first sexually assaulted her in February 2019. Filled with remorse, he offered her $1,000 after the incident. He, however, continued to rape her on several occasions and sometimes twice a day. He locked her up for three days when she attempted to leave.

Way’s treatment of our client…has traumatized and filled her with fear. His abuse imprisoned her physically, mentally and emotionally… We believe he should be held accountable,” said the woman’s attorney, Neama Rahman.

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