420 Things About 420

On this 420, we bring you 420 random things related to 420, cannabis business and cannabis culture. We are talking everything from advocacy groups and cannabis industry events, to things that high people say and icons of cannabis culture.  You know, all the stuff that really matters. We focus so much on the forward moving development of the cannabis industry, we figured, why not take 420 as a moment to also give a nod to all of the things that have played a part in making the cannabis industry what it is today.  We did our best to get you all the random things you could possibly think of googling on 420…and we threw in a list of cannabis inspired baby names for good measure.  Happy 420, 2017!

 

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420 things about 420

 

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420 things related to 420 by Cannabis Magazine

Nick Names for Cannabis

  1. Weed
  2. Pot
  3. Reefer
  4. Grass
  5. Dope
  6. Ganja
  7. Mary Jane
  8. Herb
  9. Chronic
  10. Aunt Mary

 

 

Famous People Who Would Be Totally Down for a Smoke Sesh

  1. Cheech
  2. Chong
  3. Snoop
  4. Willie Nelson
  5. Whoopi Goldberg
  6. Rihanna
  7. Miley Cyrus
  8. Jennifer Aniston
  9. Seth Rogen
  10. Sarah Silverman

           

 

Big Cannabis Events

  1. High Times Cannabis Cup
  2. MJ Biz Conference
  3. Cannabis Business Summit and Expo
  4. Champs
  5. The Emerald Cup
  6. International Cannabis Business Conference
  7. Leafly Cannafest
  8. Abracadabs Festival
  9. CannaGrow Expo
  10. Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo

 

 

Cannabis Point of Sales + Seed-to-Sale Systems

  1. GreenBits
  2. Flow Hub
  3. Treez
  4. BioTrack THC
  5. AgriSoft
  6. Proteus 420
  7. MJ Freeway
  8. mmjmenu
  9. BudMate
  10. Motagistics

 

 

Cannabis Industry Consulting Firms

  1. MJardin
  2. Denver Relief Consulting
  3. The J.Whitney Group
  4. Shift Cannabis
  5. Nerve PR
  6. 3CCannabis
  7. Denver Consulting Group
  8. CannaBrand
  9. CannaGroup
  10. Quantum 9 Consulting

 

 

Cannabis Advocacy Groups

  1. NORML
  2. SSDP (Students for Sensible Drug Policy)
  3. MPP (Marijuana Policy Project)
  4. WECAN 702
  5. LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)
  6. DPA (Drug Policy Alliance)
  7. Americans for Safe Access
  8. Marijuana Majority
  9. Veterans Cannabis Group
  10. ENCOD (European Coalition for Just and Effective Drug Policies)

 

Weed Be Better off with Cannabis Magazine

Consumption Methods

  1. Joints
  2. Vaporizing
  3. Edibles
  4. Capsules
  5. Suppositories
  6. Dermal Patches
  7. Lotions/Balms
  8. Drinks
  9. Tinctures
  10. Dabbing

 

 

States with Dispensaries

  1. Arizona
  2. Alaska
  3. California
  4. Colorado
  5. Connecticut
  6. Delaware
  7. Illinois
  8. Nevada
  9. Oregon
  10. Washington

 

U.S. States + Territories with Legal Recreational Use

  1. Alaska
  2. California
  3. Colorado
  4. D.C.
  5. Maine
  6. Massachussets
  7. Nevada
  8. Oregon
  9. Washington
  10. Puerto Rico

 

Books About Cannabis

 

  1. HERB Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis by Melissa Parks + Laurie Wolf
  2. Stoner’s Delight by Dane Noon + Lex Lucid
  3. Weed The People by Bruce Barcott
  4. Cannabis Manifesto by Steve DeAngelo
  5. Too High To Fail by Doug Fine
  6. Big Weed by Christian Hageseth + Joseph D’Agnese
  7. The Pot Book by Julie Holland
  8. Beyond Buds by Ed Rosenthal
  9. Weed The User’s Guide by David Schmader + Alex DeSpain (illustrator)
  10. Brave New Weed by Joe Dolce

 

 

 

People Who Have Served Longest Prison Sentences for Cannabis “Offenses”

101. Robert Platshorn (“Black Tuna”) – Sentenced to 30 years, Served 28 years

102. Christopher Williams – Sentenced to 82-85 years

103. Patricia Spottedcrow – Sentenced to 12 years

104. Jonathan Magbie – Sentenced to 10 days, died in jail without access to his ventilator…LIFE

105. Will Foster – Sentenced to 20 years, Served 5 years

106. John Avery – Sentenced to 58 years

107. Clyde Young – Sentenced to 26 years

108. Patricia Young – Sentenced to 24 years

109. John Knock – Sentenced to 2 life sentences plus 20 years

110. Mark Young – Sentenced to 55 years

 

 

Slang Words for Cannabis Use

111. Blast (blast a roach, blast a stick, blast a joint)

112. Blowing smoke

113. Puff

114. Boot the gong

115. Bogart

116. Hi the Hay

117. Burn one

118. Fire it up

119. Get a gage up

120. Toke

 

Popular Cannabis Strains for 420

121. Girl Scout Cookies

122. Green Crack

123. Bruce Banner

124. Sour Diesel

125. Durban Poison

126. Kosher Kush

127. Blue Dream

128. Acapulco Gold

129. White Widow

130. Grandaddy Purple

Baking Up From The American Dream guy smoking weed in field

 

Hodgepodge of Term Definitions

131. Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds unique to cannabis that act upon the human body’s cannabinoid receptors, producing various effects including pain relief and other medically beneficial uses. Marijuana’s most well-known cannabanoid is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) due to the fact that it is the most abundant, and also because it produces the psychoactive effects (or the “high”) that drives the plant’s recreational use. However, there are over 85 known cannabinoids all with varying effects, so THC isn’t the only one.

 

132. Concentrates

Concentrates are a potent consolidation of cannabinoids that are made by dissolving marijuana in its plant form into a solvent. The resulting product has very high THC levels (generally more than flowers or hashish), and can produce varying products that range from thick sticky oils (BHO) to moldable goo (budder/wax) to resinous bits (shatter). Referred to by a variety of slang terms, the classification of concentrates is often dependent on the manufacturing method and the consistency of the final product.

 

133. Co-op

Co-op is short for cooperative and refers to a community of patients or consumers in a given area who join together to share and receive marijuana. Co-ops usually have specific membership requirements and the product available is generally exclusive to members. In some states, co-ops exist alongside or in lieu of dispensaries.

 

134. Cross (genetics)

A cross (referring to crossbreeding) is the result when two different plant strains are bred together. For example, Blue Dream is a cross between Blueberry and Haze strains.

 

135. Dab/Dabbing

A dab is a slang term used to refer to a dose of BHO received through butane combustion and inhalation. The act of “dabbing” refers to partaking in dabs.

 

136. Decarboxylation

Heating cannabis to temperatures of 220 degrees or more turns non psychoactive THCA into psychoactive THC.

 

137. Dispensary

Dispensary is a general term used to refer to any location where a patient or consumer can legitimately and safely access cannabis, whether the business is technically an access point, pick-up location. co-op, collective or any other version of a legall cannabis distributor.

 

138. Entourage Effect

result of the terpenes and the cannabinoids (like THC and CBD) working together.

 

139. Hydroponics

Hydroponics refers to a system of gardening that does not use soil. Plants are grown in water and receive their nutrients from the addition of solutions rather than soil. For growers, hydroponic advantages include more control over nutrient intake and stability. In terms of marijuana production, plants grown hydroponically are sometimes said to have cleaner, more distinct flavors.

 

140. Strain

A strain is a specific variety of a plant species. Strains are developed to produce distinct desired traits in the plant and are usually named by their breeders (or by creative consumers). Strain names often reflect the plant’s appearance, its promised buzz, or its place of origin. Although the medical marijuana industry strives for consistency, strains can easily be mistakenly or purposely misidentified.

 

 

 

Terpenes

Terpenes create the aroma of cannabis. Flower strains smell different because they contain different terpenes (referred to as a “terpene profile”).

  1. Limonene
  2. Myrcene
  3. Linalool
  4. Delta 3 Carene
  5. Borneol
  6. Alpha-Pinene / Beta-Pinene
  7. Eucalyptol
  8. Terpineol
  9. Caryophyllene
  10. Cineole

 

Cannabinoids

151. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)

152. CBD (Cannabidiol)

153. CBN (Cannabinol)

154. CBG (Cannabigerol)

155. CBC (Cannabichromene)

156. THCv (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

157. CBDv (Cannabidivarin)

158. CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)

159. THCA (Tetrahydrocannbinolic Acid)

160. CBGA (Cannabigerolic Acid)

 

 

Landrace Strains

(strains which are in their original founding form) 

161. Afghan Kush

162. G13

163. Northern Lights

164. Rooibaard

165. Colombian Gold

166. Hawaiian

167. Malawi Gold

168. Thai

169. Panama Red

170. Punto Rojo

 

 

Current Notable Cannabis Related U.S. Senate Bills

171. Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act

172. Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017

173. Respect state Marijuana Laws Act of 2017

174. Better Drive Act

175. Small Business Tax Equity Act

176.Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act

177. Responsibly Addressing the Marijuana Policy Gap Act

178. The Veterans Equal Access Act

179. States Medical Marijuana Property Rights Act

180. Compassionate Access Act

Cannabis legislation

 

Historical Cannabis Users

You may want to call us out on some of these.  Let google be your guide in to the great world of historical minds that used cannabis.

181. Nietzsche

182. Barack Obama

183. George Washington

184. Scythians

185. Oscar Wilde

186. Andre Breton

187. Shakespeare

188. Queen Victoria

189. Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs

190. Hua Tuo

 

 

Full Length Flicks to Watch on 420

191. Get Him To the Greek

192. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

193. Super High Me

194. Adventure Land

195. Half Baked

196. Pineapple Express

197. Dazed and Confused

198. Up in Smoke

199. 22 Jump Street

200. Super Troopers

 

Netflix and Cannabis

 

Netflix and Chill – Cannabis Streaming

201. Lynching Charlie Lynch

202. The Union : The Business Behind Getting High

203. Cash Crop

204. Culture High

205. Rolling Papers

206. Weeds

207. Green is Gold

208. Cannabis : A Netflix Original

209. Disjointed

210. Inside: Medical Marijuana

 

 

Cannabis YouTube Channels

211. CustomGrow420

212. Silenced Hippie

213. HighRiseTV (2 Girls 1 Bong)

214. StrainCentral

215. Haley420

           

CannaPics

216. pink cannabis leaves

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218.

219.

220. 

 

 

Cannabis Inspired Baby Names

221. Indica

222. Sativa

223. Canna

224. Blaze

225. Leaf

226. Emerald

227. Kief

228. Haze

229. Blum

230. Bale

 

 

Cannabis Chefs

231. Melissa Parks

232. The Herbal Chef

233. Chris Kilham

234.Herb Seidel

235. Scott Durrah

236. Payton Curry

237. Jeff The 420 Chef

238. Jessica Catalano

239. Mindy Segal

240. Andrea Drummer

 

Conditions Helped by Cannabis Use

241. Epilepsy

242. Depression

243. Cancer

244. Alzheimers

245. Autism

246. Arthritis

247.PTSD

248. Opioid Addiction

249. ADD

250. Multiple Sclerosis

 

420 fitness

Health Benefits

The health benefits of cannabis are still being researched. What we do know so far is that cannabis has medicinal benefits which are tied to the cannabinoids and terpenes within each plant. This is why each strain and each product has varying effects and benefits dependent upon its terpene and cannabinoid profile.  We suggest researching the terpenes and cannabinoids that have been indicated for providing the benefits you are looking for.

251. Weight Loss

252. Blood sugar regulation

253. Lifted Mood

254. Pain relief

255. Anti inflammation

256. Blood oxygenation

257.Focus

258.  Relaxation

259. Anti bacterial

260. Bone growth stimulation

 

 

420 Playlist

  1. New Americana by Halsey
  2. Weed With Willie by Toby Keith
  3. Marijuana by Kid Cudi
  4. Kaya by Bob Marley & The Wailers
  5. Weed Instead of Roses by Ashley Monroe
  6. One Toke Over The Line by Brewer & Shiplay
  7. Young, Wild & Free by Snoop, Wiz Khalifa, Bruno Mars
  8. Bandelero by Slightly Stoopid
  9. Pass The Dutch by Missy Elliott
  10. High by The Beach by Lana Del Ray

 

 

Texts From Last Night

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280.

 

 things high people say

 

Things High People Say

281. We’ve gotta write this down

282. Where’s my lighter?

283. I can’t be around people right now

284. Everything makes so much sense right now

285. That’s genius!

286. What was I saying?

287. I’m so high

288. I love you

289. silence*

290. smile *

 

 

Famous Fatal Cannabis Overdoses

…..not a single one. 

 

Cannabis Twitter Accounts

291. @WeedHumor

292. @Canna_Mag

293. @weedstagram420

294. @strainhunters

295. @Cannalytic

 

Cannabis Instagram Accounts to Follow

296. @thehighsociety

297. @CannabisMagazine

298. @cannabisphotogrpaher

299. @weedandwomen

300. @mfjane

301. @stonerhustle

302. @nug.jpg

303. @karl_Kronic

304. @kushkards

305. @yogaandweed

 

Types of Concentrates

306. Shatter

307. Crumble

308. Budder

309. Wax

310. Rosin

311. Kief

312. Hash

313. Live Resin

314. CO2 Oil

315. Rick Simpson Oil

 

 

Cannabis Destinations

316. Kingston, Jamaica

317. Portland, Oregon

318. Christiana, Denmark

319. Amsterdam, Netherlands

320. Bay Area, California

321. Vancouver, Canada

322. Barcelona, Spain

323. Denver, Colorado

324. Las Vegas, Nevada

325. Anchorage, Alaska

canna bis magazine 420 destinations

 

Growing Methods

326. Cloning

327. Fimming

328. Lollipopping

329. Low Stress Training

330. Monster Cropping

331. SCROG (screen of green)

332. SOG (sea of green)

333. Super Cropping

334. Topping

335. Flushing

 

Strains Good for Sex

336. Asian Fantasy

337.Ultimate Trainwreck

338. Purple Princess

339. Skywalker

340. Voodoo

341. Flo

342. Grandaddy Purple

343. Sour Dream

344. Blue Cheese

345. Harlequin

strains good for sex

 

Quotes About The Herb

  1. “Herb is the healing of a nation, alcohol is the destruction.”   – Bob Marley
  1. “I think people need to be educated to the fact that marijuana is not a drug. Marijuana is an herb and a flower. God put it here. If He put it here and He wants it to grow, what gives the government the right to say that God is wrong?”   – Willie Nelson
  2. “Marijuana enhances our mind in a way that enables us to take a different perspective from ‘high up’, to see and evaluate our own lives and the lives of others in a privileged way. Maybe this euphoric and elevating feeling of the ability to step outside the box and to look at life’s patterns from this high perspective is the inspiration behind the slang term “high” itself.”    – Sebastian Marincolo
  1. “It is beyond my comprehension that any humane person would withhold such a beneficial substance from people in such great need simply because others use it for different purposes.”   – Steven Gould
  2. “I’ve been smoking marijuana for 44 years now, and … I think it’s a tremendous blessing.”     – Lester Grinspoon
  3. “Smoking helped put me in touch with the realm of the senses.”     – Hugh Hefner
  4. “Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?”     – Henry Ford
  5. “When I was a kid I inhaled frequently. That was the point.”     – Barack Obama
  6. “Make the most of the Indian Hemp Seed and sow it everywhere.”    – George Washington
  7. “Marijuana saved my life. I have no doubts about it and you don’t need to show me any data.”     – Greg Scott

 

 

 

Andy warhol cannabis magazine quote

 

 

Notable Women of Cannabis

356. Bugi Perrone – Owner + President, Gobi Analytical

357. Cheryl Shuman – Multi-venture Entrepreneur

358. Dale Sky Jones – Executive Chancellor, Oaksterdam university

359. Cheryl Longtin – Chairman & Ceo, Nexus Greenhouse Solutions

360. Cassandra Farrington – Founder, MJ Business Media

361. Kate Brown – Oregon State Governor

362. Portia Simpson Miller – Prime Minister of Jamaica

363. Wanda James – Simply Pure Dispensary

364. Karson Humiston – CEO, Vangst

365. Giadha Aguirre De Carcer – Founder & CEO, New Frontier

 

Fun Foods to Infuse With THC and CBD

366. Alfredo Sauce

367. Cotton Candy

368. Trail Mix

369. Chocolate Sauce

370. Salsa

371. Juice

372. Lattes

373. Mimosas (mix  champagne with an infused juice)

374. Cupcake

375. Olive Oil

 

 

 

 

Cannabis (CBD) Infused Dog Treat Brands

376. Therabis

377. Treatibles

378. Canna-Pet

379. HP Genix

380. Barkworthies

 

 
Uses for Hemp (hemp fiber,  hurd + seed)

381. Rope

382. Fabric

383. Acrylic

384. Paper

385. Cereal

386. Insulation

387. Canvas

388. Gasoline

389. Electricity

390. Beauty Products

 

 

Symbols of Cannabis Culture

391. Lava lamps

392. Tie dye shirts

393. Peace signs

394. Glass Pipe

395. Rolling Paper

396. Birkenstock sandals

397. Hemp jewelry

398. Bic Lighter

399. Green Cross

400. 420

various cannabis products

Drugs That Might Be Replaced With Cannabis Products

401. Vicodin

402. Adderall

403. Xanax

404. Ambien

405. Zoloft

406. Alcohol

407. Oxycontin

408. Phenobarbital

409. Phenytoin

410. Valium

 

MYTHS About the Origins of 420

411. Police Dispatch Code for cannabis is 420

412. California penal code for cannabis is 420

413. There are 420 existing chemical compounds in cannabis

414. All of the clocks in the film Pulp Fiction are set to 4:20

415. Team time for cannabis consumers in Holland

416. Anniversary of Bab Marley’s Death

417. April 20th is the best time of year to plant cannabis

418. It’s the code you send to a dealer’s pager

419. The Grateful Dead always stayed in hotel room number 420

420. It’s the day that Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, or Janis Joplin died

 

 

WOW…We made it!  420 random thing relating to 420 (cannabis business and culture). We hope that you found all that you were hoping for, plus a whole lot more.  Happy 420 from the team at Cannabis Magazine!

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Emerson Woods
Emerson Woods

Emerson Woods is a cannabis industry professional with a passion for organizational development, social responsibility and cannabis infused cocktails.

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