Aug 7, Once they're approved, they'll be posted anonymously to that strain's detail page for other Leafly visitors to see. Thanks for sharing!. Aug 30, You should receive a message that your review will be posted shortly. All reviews on Leafly are moderated by our team, so your review should. Jan 22, Just a reply to your post Lindsey. My Dad has a combination of several different medical conditions. A list the size of my arm. Let's say it's very.
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Try not to pose the bud on your palm or outstretched hand. Instead, find a flat, clean surface to display your medicine before you snap a photo. All because federal law still sees him as a wonton criminal. So he ended up in a homeless shelter. Thankfully, a public outcry led his old landlords to allow him back home. In October, as Utah citizens prepared to vote on Proposition 2, a statewide medical cannabis ballot initiative, Democratic state senator Jim Dabakis decided to head out on a fact-finding trip —in more ways than one.
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Feb 28, The CoA you posted is from a different strain (Remedy) with a CBD content of 15 % and THC over 10%. Can you post a CoA from your Dutch. The other one was Gorilla Glue #4 (GG)" (reviewed in this post). Needless to say, I was pretty excited about both of these. I sampled this one in a pre-rolled cone. Why hasn't my review posted yet? We're happy to hear that you're using our site to find and rate strains and dispensaries. We're sorry to hear that your recent.