San Jose?s Holistic Herbal Healers Announces They Now Offer Big Pete?s Treats

San Jose, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) July 12, 2011 Holistic Herbal Healers is now offering a new medicinal cannabis edible called Big Pete?s Treats. The medible, which is a shorter way of saying medicinal edible, comes in a variety of snacks such as snickerdoodles and chocolate chip or oatmeal cookies. In addition to its medical benefits, patients enjoy the product because they taste great, are quite inexpensive and the dosage is consistent, so the potency never changes. The product is available at Holistic Herbal Healers, which is located at 5406 Thornwood Drive, Suite 175 in San Jose and at various collectives throughout the Bay Area and Santa Cruz. ?Holistic Herbal Healers, a collective in South San Jose, offers a variety of Big Pete?s high quality edibles,? said the office manager of Holistic Herbal Healers. San Jose medicinal marijuana is growing in popularity because of its uses as a form of alternative

Vallejo?s Cannabis Club, Red Dog Green Collective Announces They are Offering Daily Specials During October

Vallejo, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2011 Vallejo?s cannabis club, The Red Dog Green Collective announces they offer 35 different edibles, with first time patients receiving a free gram of keif and a $ 10 special of top shelf meds. Additionally, the medical marijuana and cannabis club store has ongoing specials through the month of October. There is no limit on grams and mix and match is available off the top shelf. Donating $ 120 will result in a free gram of caramel ear wax. Red Dog also has a new rewards program, where customers can save for each donation given. Any time an increment of $ 20 is donated, the customer will receive a stamp towards the first time patient discount deal. Red Dog gives you ten Grams for each $ 120 donation and five grams for a $ 60 donation and offer a special quarter pound, or four

San Jose’s Marijuana Dispensaries, South Bay Healing Center Announces They Help Educate Patients on Cannabidiol

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) September 28, 2011 San Jose?s marijuana dispensaries, South Bay Healing Center announces they been working with local laboratories to help encourage and educate medical marijuana patients on the benefits of CBD. Steep Hills Labs in Oakland and SC Labs in Santa Cruz help educate South Bay Healing Center?s staff and provide reading materials for patients. In addition, the labs conduct research on CBD and test dried flowers for molds, fungus and pesticides, which are posted on each display strain and published for all patients. CBD has been demonstrated to antagonize some undesirable effects of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC, a psychoactive compound in marijuana) including intoxication, sedation and tachycardia, while contributing analgesic, anti-emetic and anti-carcinogenic properties in its own right. In modern clinical trials, this has permitted the administration of higher doses of THC, providing evidence for clinical efficacy and safety for cannabis based extracts in treatment of

Waitress Sues Police After They Seize Her $12000 ‘Tip’

BY KERRY LEARY ANCHOR CARISSA LOETHEN A big tip is always appreciated by a waitress… but for a waitress in Minnesota, a twelve-thousand dollar tip was apparently a little too generous. So, she reported it to the police and now she’s suing to get the gratuity back. WCCO has the story. “Her customer told her to keep a box that had wads of bills inside. Even though she needed the money, she called police. They said to wait 90 days in case someone came forward and claimed the cash. But when she returned to claim the money three months later, the police said it smelled like marijuana and it is now part of a drug investigation. They awarded her 00, but she wants all the cash back. KPHO anchors discussed the conflict. Awww, ohhh. I don’t like that. Give her different money then, come on. They seized it! Come on,

South Bay Healing Center Announces They Support the San Jose Medical Marijuana Ordinance Reform

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2011 The San Jose Medical Marijuana Ordinance Reform is supported by South Bay Healing Center, a non-profit medical cannabis collective in San Jose. The city of San Jose passed an ordinance on September 27 with the appearance of providing regulations to the medical marijuana industry in San Jose. The real fact of the matter is the current ordinance is much closer to a ban than any type of workable regulations or guidelines, comments Marc Matulich of South Bay Healing Center. Some of the ordinance regulations include limiting the number of collectives to 10, requiring onsite cultivation of all medicine, and a first come, first serve application process for issuing permits. South Bay Healing Center joined forces with other local collectives in reforming the current ordinance to ensure safe access of medical grade cannabis for all San Jose patients. South Bay Healing Center,