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    3D Printed Child-Proof Cannabis Containers

    As the pot industry grows rapidly, concerns arise as well--and one of the most valid, outside of legal issues, would be that of childproofing. Gone are the days are leaving a bag of pot lying around if you have kids, especially considering the strength of today’s marijuana--and especially medical marijuana and pot edibles, which are said to have a much higher concentration of THC. To make sure the youngsters stay safe, California based Green Technology Solutions, Inc. is collaborating with 6th Dimension Technologies, a company specializing in the 3D printing of custom and specialty items. Currently, they are working to make a ‘lockbox’ design with a mechanism that is too difficult for children to open. The 3D printed prototype is still in the testing phase, but GTSO plans to release their first child-proofing product by early next year. Check out more details in the full article: http://3dprint.com/112317/childproof...is-containers/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_Krassenstein View Post
    As the pot industry grows rapidly, concerns arise as well--and one of the most valid, outside of legal issues, would be that of childproofing. Gone are the days are leaving a bag of pot lying around if you have kids, especially considering the strength of today’s marijuana--and especially medical marijuana and pot edibles, which are said to have a much higher concentration of THC. To make sure the youngsters stay safe, California based Green Technology Solutions, Inc. is collaborating with 6th Dimension Technologies, a company specializing in the 3D printing of custom and specialty items. Currently, they are working to make a ‘lockbox’ design with a mechanism that is too difficult for children to open. The 3D printed prototype is still in the testing phase, but GTSO plans to release their first child-proofing product by early next year. Check out more details in the full article: http://3dprint.com/112317/childproof...is-containers/
    If you intend to store your bud for an extended period, then you must dry and cure your bud before storage. https://www.marijuanabreak.com/cbd/sol-cbd-reviewAlways wait for buds to cure for at least four weeks before long-term storage. They need to be dry; otherwise, mold will start to appear and ruin your bud.

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    I completely agree with this post, because I am using CBD oil for pain and it is really effective.

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    I want to try HempWorx CBD oil. Who has already tried it and can share their experience with me? I will be really grateful for this!

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    Where better to begin our list than with the classic OG Kush? This ocean-grown legend has many iterations around the world, and has been infused into numerous Kush hybrids. But there’s just something about experiencing the unaltered classic. The THC content of this strain has been known to reach as high as 26%. This leads to a powerfully relaxing high which banishes pain, stress, and symptoms of depression. The rich pine-wood aroma here is spicy with the faintest hint of citrus. This smell will be quite strong when the plant finishes flowering after 7–9 weeks. At that point, you will see OG Kush in all its rich, green glory. Break off some nuggets and enjoy a new-school icon https://nobullshitseeds.com/cannabis-seed-bank-reviews/

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    Who know CBD flowers a legal in Indiana? I found only this article https://cannaflower.com/cbd-legal-indiana/
    Last edited by kimmiel; 12-13-2020 at 09:03 AM.

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