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What do you mean when you use the word faith?

If you have some, why?

All American citizens have a first amendment right to use cannabis as sacrament without government or corporate interference. Its not just for native americans, its for all of us.

The 1st Amendment is not an option, ITS THE LAW of the land according to the U.S. Constitution. The reason it was the FIRST amendment, is because of its importance. None of the others matter, without its guarantee.

Often faith is an excuse to do whatever your heart desires without consideration for the other beings on the earth. Sometimes it's used to justify slavery, and mysogny.

Sometimes it's good, actually useful. How's yours holding up?

Holy Holy Holy?

we got your holy right here, peace mongers!

Alan Gordon added 3 new photos.
September 30 at 12:00am ·
Coming Soon:
A brand new book by The Healing Church -- our Originalist Bible interpretation, explaining the role of cannabis in the Bible.fineassherb.jpg
There are some GREAT books on Biblical cannabis out there, but this one takes the cake. We hope you will enjoy it


New Herb Bills MCLR (2016) & MMRSA Sept 26 2015 Santa Monica, ca

New Herb Bills MCLR (2016) & MMRSA Sept 26 2015 Santa Monica, ca


Steve Kubby
Fb sept 23 2015
Along with these three authors of medical marijuana regulation bills awaiting Gov. Brown's signature, Cal NORML director Dale Gieringer will be speaking at this event in Saturday.
Featured Speakers for The State of Marijuana

The State of Marijuana Special Guest Speakers
September 26th, Santa Monica, noon to midnight
Over 50 industry, government and non profit leaders to speak!
Assembly Member Ken Cooley
Assemblyman Ken Cooley is a Joint Author of the trio of medical marijuana bills that passed the Legislature this year. Ken was elected to the California State Assembly in November, 2012. He started his elective public service career on Rancho Cordova's first City Council upon its formation in 2002 and was re-elected in 2004 and 2008. Ken is the Co-Chair of the Special Legislative Committee on Ethics and the Chair of the Select Committee on Foster Care.
Ken was elected to the California State Assembly in November, 2012. He started his elective public service career on Rancho Cordova's first City Council upon its formation in 2002. He was re-elected in 2004 and 2008. He also served as mayor in 2005 and again in 2010 when his city was recognized as an All-America City.
Rancho Cordova's incorporation helped turn the community around. It allowed the city to focus on reducing crime and creating local jobs after Mather Air Force Base's traumatic 1996 closure. 10 years of cityhood have established a vibrant community. Since 2003, an estimated 10,000 new jobs have been added. One million square feet of new commercial buildings have been built.
Ken's commitment to fiscal conservatism, refined over an 18-year private sector career with State Farm Insurance, helped Rancho Cordova to thrive despite the economic recession. He has experience balancing a government budget yearly and maintaining surpluses each year as a local elected official. While fiscal strength is difficult for all levels of government today, Ken is very proud that his city received a two-level credit rating increase in 2009, despite the recession. Rancho Cordova has grown into Sacramento County's number two job center and the city now includes a wide array of jobs that span professional, business and construction services.
Since being elected into the California State Assembly, Ken has worked hard to accomplish several successes for his district. He secured the inclusion of hiring credits for Local Agency Military base Recovery Areas (LAMBRAs), protecting hiring tools for businesses on our local bases, McClellan and Mather. Ken's efforts in 2013 helped speed 600 jobs in the Sacramento Region by managing legislation in the Assembly to get Covered CA on track.
In addition to creating jobs in his district, Ken has focused his attention on important state issues such as regulatory reform. He has fought to save our State's mobile field hospitals and has been a leader in child abuse prevention and foster care issues.
Ken is the Co-Chair of the Special Legislative Committee on Ethics. He is Chair of the Select Committee on Foster Care, and serves on the Select Committee on Asia/California Trade and Investment Promotion, Select Committee on Civic Engagement, Select Committee on Local Emergency Preparedness, Homelessness and the Select Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education. He is also a member of the Committees on Governmental Organization, Insurance, Rules, Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security, and serves on the Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission as well as the Lieutenant Governor's California Commission of Economic Development.
Ken and his wife Sydney have been married for 40 years and have lived in the east Sacramento County community of Rancho Cordova since 1977. It is where their sons were born, grew up in local schools, sports and Scouting and live with their families.
Assembly Member Reggie-Jones Sawyer, Sr.
Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer, Sr. most recently, the Director of Asset Management for the City of Los Angeles was elected in November 2012, to represent California's 59th Assembly District. The entire district lies within the county of Los Angeles and includes the communities of South Los Angeles, Florence-Firestone, Huntington Park and Walnut Park.
His history of public service includes serving as Chair of the LA County Small Business Commission, an Assistant Deputy Mayor for the City of Los Angeles and Vice President of SEIU's (Local 721) Los Angeles Professional Managers Association.
The Jones-Sawyer family were early pioneers in the civil rights movement. His uncle was one of the "Little Rock Nine"--high school students who braved violent mobs to integrate Little Rock Central High School in 1957; one of the most important and documented events in our nation's history.
Jones-Sawyer earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, and completed the prestigious Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government program, for senior executives in state and local government.
While serving as Assistant Deputy Mayor for the City of Los Angeles, Mr. Jones-Sawyer transformed the bureaucratic quagmire of the city's permit development process into a more "customer-friendly" agency that expedited the creation of the Magic Johnson Theater Empire and Staples Center Arena.
Jones-Sawyer also served as chair of the Baldwin Hills Conservancy, USC Black Alumni, New Frontier Democratic Club and the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration. He is the divorced father of three; Reginald, Jr., Lauren and Evan. Currently the Chair of California Legislative Black Caucus.
Jim Wood was elected in November 2014 to represent California's 2nd Assembly District, which comprises all of Del Norte, Trinity, Humboldt and Mendocino counties, plus northern and coastal Sonoma County, including the northern half of Santa Rosa.
Wood has lived in Northern California since 1987, when he opened his family dental practice in Cloverdale. He was elected to the Healdsburg City Council in 2006 and has served two terms as Mayor. Wood has worked to make local government more effective through reorganizing city departments to increase efficiency, balancing the budget, and streamlining the building permit process. His priorities are economic development, environmental protection, health care and fiscal reform.
In his first year in the Assembly, Wood authored AB 243 which serves as the foundation for regulations around cultivation in this year's historic medical cannabis package. Additionally he has already introduced two bills related to cannabis for next year. AB 1549 would create the nation's first State Cannabis Credit Union, this would, for the first time, grant basic financial services to the cannabis industry; and AB 1548 would create an excise tax to generate revenue for environmental cleanup and public safety.
In addition to his work in local government, Wood is a forensic dentistry expert who has been sent to national disaster sites to help identify victims and consults with five Northern California counties. He co-founded a mass disaster identification team in California and helped pass state legislation to standardize county identification procedures, a model now adopted by other states. He has received commendations for this work.
Wood lives in Sonoma County with his wife and son.


And Steve wrote this today:

Only MCLR deals realistically with the issue of driving while high. Everybody does it, but nobody is willing to protect drivers who are safe drivers, but like to toke up before or during their drive.
ALL of the initiatives, except for MCLR, still make it a crime to drive while high and provide stiff penalties for doing so. These laws encourage police to conduct car searches and obtain DUI convictions to anyone who tests positive for weed.
ONLY MCLR protects drivers, while still maintaining laws that ensure public safety. However MCLR forbids the use of any blood, urine or hair testing and demands that the officer prove actual intoxication by providiing a video that clearly shows the driver is intoxicated and unable to drive safely.
This is just one example of how MCLR is truly lightyears ahead of everyone else.
Also, the MCLR is being managed by John Lee, a trusted advocate for dispensaries and patients.


Eaze Delivery

Eaze Delivery


Hello all, I am a delivery driver for the dispensary, Eaze. I would like to offer any first time patients $35 off first order. Please visit the dispensary website for menu and to place an order. and promo code ICGWCQ
Prop 215 patients Only!


Jive ass disclaimer: this is a pubic service announcement from folks (eaze) who purport to be right-on honorable herb lovers selling cannabis as medicine, they probably are cool. We don't know. They are not us, the HerbFolksNation!  om out, grandpa Dale


Letter to the church @ DC

Letter to the church @ DC


Here we are , kicking it on the left coast, while you all are doing Her Work, in the nations capital, waiting on the Roman Pope to arrive. He's coming from Cuba this week, to meet President Obama, in the 'hood without a state, the District Of Columbia.

Blessed be the Herb Folks gathered in the name of Peace. God the mother sends you cosmic hugs. Blaze on!

Millions around the world today are fleeing violence, in the countries of their birth. This is the largest forced migration of humanity since WWII, portends what? Something good, or bad?

This human tragedy was created by the people of the book.

So called religious conflicts are bullshit. This is where our hearts must dwell, with the poor and downtrodden,  the rest is chaff.

How should we roll then?

With AHIMSA in our hearts, and herb in our lungs, and on our plates. Givin thanks.

stay tuned grasshoppers. This is the week.

The least rev grandpa Dale

Eli lily & cannabis Extracts

Eli lily & cannabis Extracts

Drew Bright
My email to Lilly:

"When did Lilly stop producing Cannabis tinctures and why? What are the company's plans to reintroduce such medically-useful extracts? (Which GWPH seems to be the Only pharmacy company currently producing).

I am a recovering cancer patient with glaucoma and neuropathy.

Thank you. Drew Bright" Corporate #317-276-2000...
with Anne Armstrong


Here’s What’s Inside California’s Historic Medical Cannabis Regulations – AB 266 | Legalization Nation | East Bay Express

Here’s What’s Inside California’s Historic Medical Cannabis Regulations – AB 266 | Legalization Nation | East Bay Express

They stand to get tested medicine from licensed stores.

The regulations validate 20 years of work by people who faced jail for their beliefs.

Existing Local License Holders
They’re one step ahead in the dual licensing scheme.

The laws call for an independent verification layer of transporters/distributors. Companies already in that game stand to benefit.

Licensing Pros
Dealing with local and state licensing will become an even more byzantine process mastered by a few well-paid pros.

Delivery Services
They’re allowed.

Vertically Integrated Businesses
You can’t own a farm, processor, courier, and store.

Anti-Marijuana Groups
The California State seal on bags of medical cannabis is a crushing blow to the culture war.

Pesticide Sprayers
State regulators are looking to craft stringent limits on pesticide use on pot.

They just lost a lot of the haze that they operate in.

AB 266 is in committee as of press time, and a full floor vote is expected to follow. The deadline to pass the bill is midnight tonight.

Source: Here’s What’s Inside California’s Historic Medical Cannabis Regulations - AB 266 | Legalization Nation | East Bay Express

According to the text of the bill, a "Manufacturer 2" license allows for extraction using "volatile solvents", but isn’t that still considered operating a "drug lab" under section 11379.6 of the California Health and Safety Code? Posted by Miles Monroe on 09/11/2015 at 6:13 PM

HFN editor's note: thanks Miles, now lets look at what some our actual herb pioneers have to say about this "development"?



San Diego Norml

San Diego Norml

San Diego Norml is NOT a 501(c)(3) under federal tax guidelines.  |  Privacy Policy  |  Legal

Source: San Diego Norml

"San Diego Norml is NOT a 501(c)(3) under
federal tax guidelines."

This is from their website!

.... we suppose its because they are a business, not activists. The "marijuana laws" generate business for the Lawyers who run it. simple!

It ain't marijuana, or weed. Its our sacrament, medicine, fuel, food and more.

grandpa Dale

App Delivers Medical Marijuana to Homes

App Delivers Medical Marijuana to Homes

If you want medical marijuana delivered to your home, now there is an app for that.

Source: App Delivers Medical Marijuana to Homes

HFN editor's note: So, what's new?

Have city/state/federal laws changed, since the DEA/NCIS/ATF/FBI first started arresting herb folks for providing cannabis as medicine, in the second largest city in California, a "mmj" state since 1996? Nope, not really.

Not much at all... San Diego is pretty much locked down.  Slingers be sling in' right alongside real herb folks.

Oakland's Harborside (now in Orange County just north of here) is banking millions upon millions of dollars, still, without much competition. Are prices still too high, and access lacking where people need it most? Yes.

Apps, however, are "hot". The notion you can just press a button on your iPhone (a la, Marvina, Eaze, et al, is comforting, to those who actually need cannabis as medicine and have no way to grow their own.

And the apps "work", a dude arrives at your door with "weed". Hmm.... the stoners are getting smarter and more efficient, perhaps? Or are businessmen taking over "mmj", and eventually, recreational cannabis for adults. Yes. So lets dispense with talk of "compassion", shall we? This is simply commerce.

Is an "app" any better than "the old way ( et al)? What difference does it make, if any? What do the lawyer-liars have to say about this trend, anything?

Who are the people, behind the weed-app-economy? How is it they are able to sell "weed" over the internet, these days?

Stay tuned, the apps are coming, the apps are coming!