REVIEW The PILOT Concentrate Vaporizer

The Randy’s PILOT is a compact, ceramic chamber electric nail that can be used as a vaporizer or portable nail. The PILOT heats to 480º F in 4 seconds, reaches 750º F in 13 seconds and has an auto shut-off at 20 seconds to avoid combustion and burning.

The PILOT is compact at under 5 inches in length and fits easily into a pocket or purse. The PILOT also provides all day performance with a long life battery.

The PILOT cleans up real easy. I use the recommended Randy’s Black Label cleaner but your regular and trusted solution should work fine as well. Simply dampen a cotton swab with cleaner solution and wipe the inside of the glass and the ceramic chamber. Rinse the glass by holding under running water and swab out the ceramic chamber with a paper towel dampened with water and drip dry.

Be sure that breaking or losing any piece of your PILOT would be annoying but getting a replacement part won't be. All of the PILOT parts are available individually on the Randy’s online store.

Best of all, the Randy’s PILOT is a convenient no-nonsense concentrate vaporizer as well a ceramic chamber portable electric dab rig. Load up your concentrate, affix the standard glass mouthpiece and vape away. Otherwise, you can attach the Open Top Glass dab attachment , gather up a nice dab on the included dab tool, place your dab in the chamber, cover with the carb cap and enjoy.

Versatile, convenient, easy to clean, carries discreetly and having our friends at Randy’s to back it all up makes for a winning combination.

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MMJ EDIBLE RECIPE Spinach Cannabis Quiche


1/2 cup cannabis-infused butter
3 cloves garlic (finely minced)
1 small white onion (finely diced)
10 oz package frozen spinach (thawed and drained)
4.5 oz can of mushrooms (drained and chopped)
6 oz package of crumbled feta (herb & garlic)
8 oz package of shredded cheddar cheese
4 eggs (beaten)
1 cup milk
1 (9″) unbaked deep pie crust
Salt and black pepper to taste


To begin, preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

Next, in a medium size skillet melt the 1/2 cup of cannabis-infused butter over medium-heat on the stove top.

Then, finely mince the 3 cloves of garlic and finely dice the white onion.

Add them both to your skillet with the melted cannabutter.

Cook for several minutes until the onions are translucent and the garlic is fragrant; roughly 5-6 minutes.

While the onions and garlic are cooking, drain the mushrooms and the thawed spinach.

Proceed to chop the mushrooms and add them and the drained spinach to your skillet containing the onions and garlic. Stir well to combine.

Then, add in both the feta cheese and 1/2 cup of shredded cheddar cheese (the other 1/2 cup of cheddar cheese will be used to crown the quiche once it has begun to bake).

Season with salt and black pepper, and stir well to combine until all of the cheese is mostly melted.

Next, spoon the quiche mixture into the unbaked pie crust.
Then, in a medium size bowl, beat the 4 eggs and 1 cup of milk.

Once finished, pour the egg and milk mixture over top the spinach filling in the pie crust. 

Jiggle and shimmy the pie crust around to ensure the egg has made its way into all of the nooks and crannies that may be hiding, and also to allow any air bubbles to escape prior to baking.

Place the spinach quiche into your preheated oven and allow it to bake for 15 minutes.

Remove the quiche from the oven and crown it with the remaining 1/2 cup of cheddar cheese.

Place the quiche back into the preheated oven and continue to bake it for an additional 35-40 minutes, or until the center is completely set.

Remove the quiche from the oven, and allow it to stand for 10 minutes prior to serving.
Serve and enjoy!

Check out other posts from Weedist’s Great Edibles Recipes series!

Health Benefits of Hemp Oil

Out of all the cannabinoids in marijuana, cannabidiol (or CBD) has become one of the most sought after compounds due to its superior medicinal benefits. The most common medium for taking CBD is through an extract, such as tinctures and oils, which can be created from hemp.

Compared to THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, CBD heals the body passively without getting the patient high. According to a report from the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, the cannabinoid contains the following properties: anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, anti-seizure and anti-depressant. Recently, CBD extracts received attention from the media for helping mitigate seizures in children diagnosed with Dravet syndrome. Traditional medicines, including clonazepam and diazepam, often leave such patients disconnected from their surroundings, significantly lowering the individual’s quality of life. It’s important to consider that CBD does not come with the same debilitating side effects as prescription meds. The compound is known to promote alertness with minimal overdose risks. Furthermore, it can counteract vomiting and nausea closely associated with conventional treatments.

Hemp CBD oil is also suitable for patients suffering from pain-related diseases, such as headaches, cramps and arthritis. Interestingly, scientists have proven that CBD activates the same parts of the brain as opioids. It regulates the patient’s thresholds “through the modulation of RVM neuronal activity.” This suggests that the compound could be a viable option for individuals who are concerned about the recent spike in opioid overdoses across the United States.

CBD is not limited to patients with crippling medical conditions. The compound in hemp oil is also beneficial for mainstream consumers with everyday ailments. In a study from the University of College London’s Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit, CBD was effective in reducing cigarette addiction in smokers. During the trial, 24 participants were randomly given an inhaler of CBD or a placebo. The individuals were asked to take a puff from the inhaler when they had an urge to smoke a cigarette. The results showed that those who were given CBD decreased their cigarette consumption by up to 40 percent.

Individuals who are prone to acne may also find CBD useful in preventing skin breakouts and redness. First uncovered in the Journal of Clinical Investigation and the National Institute of Health, scientists discovered that the application of cannabidiol on human sebaceous glands helped reduce skin inflammation by hindering lipid synthesis.

Unlike medical cannabis, hemp CBD oil is legal, and consumers do not need a license to purchase the extract from a store or online. Individuals who are interested in trying hemp oil should check out Elixinol’s CBD products. The company offers hemp oil extracts in the following mediums: tinctures, capsules, liposomes and oral applications. “With deep roots in the hemp industry, we have been focused on manufacturing and providing the highest quality CBD Hemp extracts in the world for over 3 decades,” said Paul Benhaim, CEO of Elixinol.

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Bees making Cannahoney from Marijuana Resin

A French beekeeper, who goes by the name of Nicolas Trainer, has kept the cannabis community buzzing with excitement since his announcement he'd trained his bees to produce honey out of resin from marijuana plants.
For the last couple of the years, the beekeeper has been working to combine his strong advocacy for marijuana use with his profession in beekeeping. Prior to his recent discovery, Nicolas had trained his bees to collect sugar from fruit instead of flowers, which is when he realized he needed to develop training technique to encourage his bees to collect resin and create honey from it.  

Nicolas became a heavy supporter of cannabis after he realized it could help him cope with his hyperactive condition, which plagued him throughout his time as a young student and eventually caused him to drop out of school. And so, he decided to combine the numerous health benefits contained in both honey and marijuana to create the sweet “cannahoney”.

Not only is a cannabis-honey fusion promising for human use, it’s also completely harmless for the hardworking bees, who aren’t affected by the cannabinoids due to their lack of having an endocannabinoid system (which Nicolas proved after two years of research).

According to Nicolas, the bees will work diligently with any strain, and though efficient testing hasn’t been done to show how efficient his “cannahoney” is in a medicinal light, it’s eventual success could make it the first-ever all-natural cannabis edible on the market!

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VIDEO Palm Springs Safe Access uses Boveda Everywhere

For the President of Palm Springs Safe Access 
Robert Van Roo, the phrase “good enough” isn’t in his vocabulary.  “Good enough” over-weighs pre-packaged flower to compensate for evaporation loss from the packaging. “Good enough” is OK with the loss of therapeutic terpenes as a result of moisture loss as flower sits, even for a short time before sale. “Good enough” isn’t good enough for Palm Spring Safe Access, which is why PSSA uses Boveda everywhere flower is present. 

Here’s Robert talking with Charlie Rutherford about the part Boveda plays in PSSA’s quality and safety commitment to their patients.

Palm Springs Safe Access, Inc., a California mutual benefit corporation, is a not-for-profit medical cannabis dispensary offering a modern, sophisticated environment for qualified patients to access affordable, high-quality, safety tested medicine. On the cutting edge of science and technology, PSSA employs operational best practices to ensure a positive and comfortable experience for patients. PSSA offers a compassionate and holistic perspective on patient care.

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MMJ vs Crohn's Disease

Crohn’s Disease and Colitis are painful, chronic conditions that can ruin someone’s quality of life, even when they aren’t acting up. When they are, these conditions can leave one writhing in pain, unable to function. Treatments for these conditions have been limited until recently, as they have now been included in some states as qualifying conditions for medical marijuana.

Crohn’s disease causes chronic pain and inflammation throughout the gastrointestinal tract, causing swelling, constipation, persistent diarrhea, rectal bleeding, severe abdominal pain, cramping, and the sensation that bowels aren’t fully evacuated.

Ulcerative Colitis belongs to the same family of disorders, known as Inflammatory Bowel Disease, or IBS, but only affects the innermost layer of the colon. Symptoms are the same as Crohn’s but also include fever, decreased appetite, fatigue, unhealthy weight loss, and amenorrhea in women.

Cannabis has been used for centuries to treat the symptoms of IBS related diseases and was widely prescribed for these conditions until its legal status was changed almost 85 years ago. It wasn’t until 1942 that it was removed from the medical pharmacopeia.

More recently, The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America issued a statement in 2012 saying that the compounds found in the marijuana plant have been shown to play an important part in decreasing gastrointestinal inflammation. The anti-inflammatory properties of cannabinoids are well established, but it turns out that IBS patients have more receptors for these compounds in their colon and intestines that those without the condition, meaning that for them, the relief is even more profound.

Researchers at the Institute of Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases at Chaim Sheba Medical Center performed a study that found people affected by the diseases showed significantly improved quality of life using inhaled medical cannabis, as well as increased appetite, healthy weight gain, and a decrease in symptoms severity and frequency. This led to a more normal life, greater ability to perform both professionally and socially, and decreased mental stress and depression.

Researchers at the Sire Manchester Hospital in England also published a study reporting that medical marijuana decreased pain and diarrhea in IBS patients.

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REVIEW Transformer Tubes be Creative and Customize your Own.

Transformer Tubes are interchangeable modules that can be arranged in any number of color combinations and configurations. The concept is rather simple. Easy to assemble components that add up to a pretty cool water pipe with a design you customize for yourself.

The modules include: dome percolators, ice and milking chambers, glass and liquid freezer modules, in a variety of colors and more, including: a choice of bases, carbon filtration and LEGO® character modules. The possibilities are endless.

The smooth surfaces also make a blank palette for spray or craft paints or a great place for all those stickers you’ve collected.

Because Transformer Tubes can be broken down and taken apart easily, filling, cleaning and transportation are all simplified. Try carrying around a 4 foot piece of glass. When it comes to cleaning, Transformer Tubes suggests alcohol-based solutions or my friends at Randy’s suggest their Green Label Cleaner as an alternative.

So, if you’re looking for a great water pipe that can be made truly unique and are looking for a little creative expression, I suggest checking out Transformer Tubes.

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