Golani Pre-Roll Review

Golani Pre-Roll Review

There are a lot of people that a lot of cannabis connoisseurs that are averse to smoking pre-rolls. If you’re a careful person, there are plenty of good reasons to be cautious. The risks can go from being as small as some bad quality bud to as large as harsh chemicals that can lead to illness or death. With that being said, the pre-rolls being offered in medical marijuana dispensaries are largely safe and many are changing the entire game. Recently,

According to Golani’s website (golaniusa.com), “Our Golani Tute flavored rolls are hand-crafted, indica dominant premium blend pre-rolls composed of our exclusive top-shelf Golani O.G. flowers, mixed with solvent-free bubble hash, dipped in primarily CBD dominant strawberry flavored hash oil and rolled in top-shelf kief, giving a consistent and potent pre-roll. SC Lab tested and containing over 1.5 grams of Golani infused product, the Golani Tute Roll provides fast and long-lasting pain relief for various symptoms including insomnia, anxiety, appetite loss or serious illnesses. By using King size natural RAW papers, we ensure with every smooth drag comes an all natural, irresistible potent strawberry flavor and long-lasting experience you can enjoy conveniently.”

Notes From My Experience (as best as I could remember):

Aroma: Immediately smells like strawberry
Packaging: The hard glass/plastic packaging is a nice touch. Not worried about breaking or bending joint
Appearance: Packed well, no bends, no air bubbles, no space; ashes evenly
Pre-lit inhale: tastes strawberry-ish (could be directly related to strong strawberry scent)
Time toked: 1pm
Time hit: 1:10
High lasted: About an hour
Taste: Tastes strongly like strawberry due to hash oil dip; burns very slowly, and mostly evenly; taste eventually gets more piney and earthy; inhale gets harsher further in
Feel: relaxed body high, could feel tension lifting from back and shoulder; definitely indica vibes; a little out of it and lethargic; stress in back and shoulders lifting; hitting hard (as someone with a high tolerance)
Munchies: Hell yeah
Sleepy: Definitely
Back to normal by 5
Didn’t finish the whole joint on my own; perfect party pass

Overall, I’m a fan of the Golani pre-rolls. They’re not in my home state yet, so I happened to get them in a mail-in package. I would definitely smoke them again, but even as a seasoned smoker, it is not a feat that I would attempt alone again. It took me several tries to get through the whole thing and I was out for the count. It was fun though.

10 States Most Likely to Pass Recreational Marijuana Next

Every week there’s a new story about how well recreational marijuana legalization has helped states such as Colorado, Washington and Oregon. And now several other states, such as California, Nevada and Massachusetts, have jumped on the train to reap the benefits of legalization. As the trend continues of states generating success from cannabis, where could we see future expansion of recreational use? Here’s a list of 10 states most likely to pass recreational marijuana next.

10. New York

New York is one of the most liberal states in America. And yet, it continues to keep recreational marijuana illegal. Governor Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, has expressed concern about smoking marijuana. Smokeable and edible marijuana are not available in the state’s medical program. However, there remains strong support within the state to expand both the medical marijuana program and allow recreational use. Considering how powerful liberal voices are in the state, Cuomo may not be able to resist the legalization movement for long.

9. Rhode Island

Unlike many states that have legalized recreational marijuana, Rhode Island has no ballot initiative process where voters can pass laws through referendums. But, there have been several legislative attempts to legalize marijuana, and polls show that 59 percent of the state supports recreational use legalization.

8. Delaware

Delaware has an unusual relationship with marijuana. Despite allowing medicinal use, the state only has one dispensary. But the 2016 gubernatorial race seemed to indicate a changing relationship with cannabis. The Republican candidate openly supported legalization, and the Democratic candidate and eventual victor says he wants to see how legalization affected more states. That may not be a ringing endorsement, but it’s definitely not a hard no to future legalization efforts.

 

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5 Marijuana Facts That Are In-Freaking-Sane

1. $6.7 billion sales for marijuana in North America last year

ArcView Market Research estimates that the North American market for marijuana in 2016 totaled $6.7 billion. And that’s 30% higher than the previous year. Arcview compares the growth in the marijuana industry to the growth of cable television in the 1990s and broadband internet in the first decade of the 21st century.

2. 83% of Americans support legalizing medical marijuana

You might have seen some polls showing that a substantial majority of Americans support legalization of marijuana. The solid support, though, is for the legalization of medical marijuana. The Yahoo News/Marist College survey reported that 83% of respondents supported legalization of medical marijuana. That’s consistent with another study conducted by Quinnipiac University.

3. 55 million Americans used marijuana in the past year

This number comes from a survey conducted by Altaba’s Yahoo News and Marist College. It includes roughly 35 million adults who use marijuana at least once or twice per month and another 20 million who have used marijuana once or twice in the past year.

4. Around 25% fewer opioid-related deaths in states with legal medical marijuana

The opioid epidemic is a huge problem in the U.S. However; research has found that the annual rate of deaths due to opioid overdoses was nearly 25% lower in states that allow legal use of medical marijuana. Some clinical studies indicate that medical marijuana could be useful in helping to alleviate pain.

5. 129 million American adults have tried marijuana

A recent Gallup poll found that 45% of Americans have tried marijuana at least once. However, the Yahoo News/Marist College survey reported that 52% of American adults had tried the drug at some point in their lives. That translates to around 129 million people.

5 Reasons (Of The MANY) Weed Should Be Legal

5 Reasons (Of The MANY) Weed Should Be Legal

Law enforcement policies regarding marijuana possession affect specific racial groups disproportionately.
Most arrests for marijuana possession involve Hispanic individuals and African Americans. This would seem to suggest that anti-marijuana laws are unfairly slanted against these races, as Caucasians and non-Hispanic Americans have much less likelihood of being arrested for marijuana possession.

 

Legalizing marijuana may reduce drug access for teenagers.
As long as marijuana remains illegal, selling it will continue to serve as a lucrative earning opportunity for teenagers. Legalization will also help to disassociate marijuana from other more dangerous illegal drugs, reducing teen access to them.

 

Prohibition relies on distortion of facts, disinformation, and outright lies.
As more and more evidence of marijuana’s benefits are discovered, prohibition proponents have had to become increasingly reliant on exaggeration, falsehoods, fallacies, and outright lies. In fact, many of the most prevalent arguments against legalization are based on woefully outdated and erroneous information.

 

Marijuana is a much safer drug than alcohol and tobacco.

It takes an extremely large amount of marijuana to overdose; much more than any single person can reasonably consume at one time. It is also much less addictive than alcohol or tobacco.

 

Marijuana prohibition is costly and uses up money that could be put to better use for government programs.
Enforcing marijuana laws costs tax payers thousands of dollars annually, and utilizes law enforcement and justice system resources that could be put to better use going after those involved with more dangerous drugs.

 

It really paints quite a convincing picture, doesn’t it? Fortunately, people can no longer ignore the plethora of reasons why marijuana should be legal. The times are changing.