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Archive for December 2020

Trichome Tribune – Our 12 Days of Christmas Sale Starts Today!

Volume 2 | Issue 13 | 12-13-20
Our 12 Days of Christmas Deals starts today with Narrows Tres Dawg 3.5g Flower for just $15! Scroll down to learn about all our daily savings, how to make the most delicious Christmas “Green” Crack for your holiday guests, and how cannabis is continuing to blaze a trail in Washington DC. 

TODAY ONLY

Narrows: Tres Dawg 3.5g Flower

$25 -> $15 

*WHILE SUPPLIES LAST


12.13.2020 – Narrows: Tres Dawg 3.5g Flower $25 -> $15 

12.14.2020 – 2727: Infused Pre-Rolls $12 -> $9

12.15.2020 – Dabstract Wax 30% Off – $35 -> $24.50

12.16.2020 – Green Revolution Doozies – 30% Off 

12.17.2020 – Fire Cannabis .5g 5pk Pre-Rolls $10 -> $8

12.18.2020 – Pagoda Products – 30% Off  

12.19.2020 – 420 Mini’s $22 -> $15

12.20.2020 – 710 Phantom Concentrates $36 -> $25.20 

12.21.2020 – Slab Mechanix Infused Joints $10 -> $8

12.22.2020 – Mind Bender 28g Flower $75 -> $60

12.23.2020 – Buddies Products – 30% Off

12.24.2020 – Rochester Farms Products – 30% Off

*WHILE SUPPLIES LAST


Christmas “Green” Crack Recipe

Our Christmas “Green” Crack recipe is perfect for any occasion and super easy to make. We chose to mix dark chocolate with white chocolate and top with sea salt, macadamia nuts, and Christmas cheer for an indulgent treat filled with sweet, salty, chewy, crunch, and chronic! Click HERE for to full recipe!


House Passes Unprecedented Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis!

Last Friday, the House passed legislation that would end the war on drugs and decriminalize cannabis. The vote was bipartisan and would remove the drug from the Controlled Substances Act, which has affected low-income people of color at an alarmingly higher rate for decades. The law would require the release of those serving sentences for non-violent, cannabis-related offenses and provide government programs to help those who have been adversely affected. Read More


TOMORROW ONLY

2727: Infused Pre-Rolls

$12 -> $9

*WHILE SUPPLIES LAST


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Christmas “Green” Crack

Our Christmas “Green” Crack recipe is perfect for any occasion and super easy to make. We chose to mix dark chocolate with white chocolate and top with sea salt, macadamia nuts, and Christmas cheer for an indulgent treat filled with sweet, salty, chewy, crunch, and chronic!

Ingredients
  • 1 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 cup Canna-Butter
  • 1 Sleeve Saltine Crackers
  • 1 bag dark chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
  • Sea Salt
  • 3/4 cup macadamia nuts
  • Assorted decorative toppings

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cover a 9 x 14 cookie sheet with edges with heavy-duty tin foil or tin foil covered in shortening. Evening spread out saltine crackers salt side up.

Melt butter and brown sugar over medium heat and bring to a full boil. Boil for 5 minutes.

Spread evenly over saltine crackers until all saltines are covered.

Put in oven and back 5 minutes or until toffee starts to bubble and gets absorbed by the crackers.

Remove from oven and sprinkle with chocolate chips. Allow to sit for 3-5 minutes until chips begin to melt.

Once the chocolate begins to melt, spread evenly over toffee. Add sea salt, nuts, and assorted toppings. Place pan in the fridge for 2 hours until taffy has hardened.

Remove from oven and break into cookie size pieces. Store in the fridge for up to a week, or freeze for future use. Enjoy!

House Passes Unprecedented Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis!

Last Friday, the House passed legislation that would end the war on drugs and decriminalize cannabis. The vote was bipartisan and would remove the drug from the Controlled Substances Act, which has affected low-income people of color at an alarmingly higher rate for decades. The law would require the release of those serving sentences for non-violent, cannabis-related offenses and provide government programs to help those who have been adversely affected.


The intention is to give the states the power to create their own rules as more and more states are legalizing cannabis regardless of party affiliation. As of now, 16 states (plus Washington DC) have legalized cannabis, most states have decriminalized and/or legalized its use medically, and only six states have kept cannabis entirely illegal.