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37 Great Anti Weed Slogans and Sayings

Anti Weed Slogans and Sayings for anti weed awareness campaigns and to help those who want to quit weed use.

The use of weed is not only harmful to its user; they can also become a risk to the society. The use of Weed has many worst effects like reduced resistance to common illnesses, growth disorders, reduction of male sex hormones, reduced sexual capacity etc.

We need to help the weed users in quitting this habit. We have to join our hands against weed. We have to run campaigns against it and anti-weed slogans are a great tool that can be utilized in these campaigns.

Feel free to use these slogans in anti weed campaigns and don’t forget to share them with your friends.

Anti Weed Slogans

Keep off the grass

Keep calm and stay away from weed

Delete weed and start good deeds

Weed is not a problem solver

Take a lead, leave weed

Weed user is a looser

Weed, ruins brain

Weed is a smoking gun

Don’t do weed, do Yoga

Weed is a bad deed

Weedy is a greedy

Go green but never grow marijuana

Weed kills, this message is approved by GOD

Weed, sexual capacity reducer

Say no weed, say yes to life

Weed is not a need

I like hugs, not drugs

Weed costs you your life

Sing songs and avoid weed

Weed is harmful for your memory

Be a good deeder, not a weeder

Weed causes anxiety

Weed is a bad thing

Weed kills you slowly

Funny Weed Slogans

Legalize weed or don’t, I’ll smoke it anyway

Drugs not hugs, don’t touch me

Take me to your dealer

I don’t do drugs, I just smoke weed

Don’t panic, it’s organic

Save the earth, there’s no weed on Mars

Weed, I’m smokin’ it

I don’t always smoke weed, Oh wait! Yes I do

List of Great Anti-Weed Slogans

Cannabis branding: 42 chronic weed logos and marijuana packaging ideas

America’s relationship to marijuana is changing. Residents of eight states 1 no longer have to buy their weed in plastic baggies behind a 7-11; instead they’re able to saunter into dank-smelling boutiques and purchase impeccably designed sachets of their favorite strain. Right next to the 7-11. Because hey, that’s just smart business.

Ah yes, just imagine all that beautiful cannabis branding…

Weed has an image problem. And it’s not just the untruths perpetuated by the Nixon administration, DARE and Above the Influence. Marijuana has some skanky design going on. I mean, I get the plant is green and its leaves have 7 points, but that does not mean that’s what the logo for your marijuana-infused artisanal coffee beans should be. That’s like saying if you’re a vintner the only logo use can put on your wine bottles is a Microsoft clip art image of grapes.

The Leaf: the ultimate weed logo cliche

Currently 44 percent of logos registered as trademarks for marijuana-based businesses in the United States feature The Leaf. This makes sense: design cliches come from somewhere, and The Leaf is an immediately-identifiable visual symbol that tells you what you’re getting yourself into. Think of striped barbershop poles: want a shave or haircut? Enter here! Want something that’s going to make Hot Tub Time Machine a gazillion times better than it already is? Consume this!

But imagine you’re walking down the street and every other shop is adorned with one of those ubiquitous striped poles? How do you choose? That’s where branding comes in.

As the industry grows, if cannabis businesses want to be successful, they’re going to have to make their product stand out from the competition. We’ve already started to see the smoke wafting towards new design trends. And with its rich tradition of unique strain names, we expect the marijuana industry to step up to the plate with creative branding in the near future.

Puff puff pass… to mom?

Like with any product, before you design a logo you need to know your target audience. For marijuana that may no longer be aging hippies and skateboarding hoodlums. The cannabis consuming market is already more varied than most people assume, and it’s likely to to continue to diversify as stigma lifts. To put it bluntly (heh!), men and women of all ages, races and socioeconomic backgrounds may soon be soon experiencing their first dances with Mary Jane. Here are a couple of the markets that we’ve seen experiencing particularly high growth rates (also heh!).

Luxury marijuana branding

As an upscale restaurateur, you know you’ve made it when your establishment is reviewed by an established food critic. Well now we have ’em for weed. Not long after cannabis was legalized in Colorado, The Denver Post hired its first pot critic, Jake Browne, to help those with a discerning palate pick the dankest of chronic.

It’s creamy and packed a decent punch of citrus — almost sweet, like kettlecorn at times … After the second hit, I was floored … An instant flow state

—The Denver Post Pot Critic, Jake Browne on Red Headed Stranger #14

Jake’s writing style is tongue in cheek, balancing traditional stoner tropes (like intense hankerings for Fritos) with flowery descriptions of the taste and texture of the cannabis he consumes. In other words, it’s bougie as hell.

According to a study in Colorado, adults with higher incomes are actually more likely to have tried marijuana. Similarly, we’ve already started seeing a spike in upmarket, luxury marijuana products and branding.

This includes new ways of consuming, from fancy artisanal edibles to elegant pen vapes that you can tuck away in a clutch.

The branding for these luxury brands follows the same patterns of other craft brands, including a more subdued color palette, simplified geometric shapes (sometimes subtly calling back to The Leaf), clean lines and elegant, modern typography.

The newbie niche

Cannabis legalization is going to lead to an increase in the number of cannabis users. This means a lot of people open to trying a new product who have no idea how to use it. It can be intimidating to unravel and understand the difference between a sativa and an indica. There’s a huge market opening up for products branded to bring in new users.

This includes products with low-levels of THC, or that take away the learning curve (think pre-rolled joints.)

Branding for these companies should be friendly and welcoming, with clearly marked packaging.

Mass market marijuana

With more users out there, we’re also going to start seeing the mass-marketization of marijuana. Mass market branding is no different for marijuana than it is for any other product: if the goal is to appeal to a large variety of consumers, the best thing to do is create a logo and packaging that is distinctive and accessible. Design should be clean and modern. You can use popular design trends—like vintage or flat design—to build your brand, just stay away from anything associated with one particular customer segment.

Go green and leafy… the other way

Studies have shown that cannabis users embrace the product’s natural roots. They prefer their weed not only physically green, but also sustainable. No matter your target market, one thing to think about when branding (and producing) your pot is the environmental angle. This is particularly important when you’re designing packaging: what kind of paper and ink are you using? Is your packaging reusable? A pouch as green as the nugs inside is going to help build a brand that consumers respect.

Find THC (the health connection)

Recreational marijuana is just barely legal in a handful of states. But medical marijuana has now been given the okay in over half of the states in the union. This means the market for medical or health-related cannabis products is even larger than for recreational use.

A lot of ganga-preneurs are taking note, choosing to focus on the (legitimate) health benefits of their products in their branding. This means logos that have a distinctly medical or pharmaceutical feel, sometimes combining The Leaf with more traditional medical imagery. In terms of packaging, this usually entails focusing on the health benefits of using the product, which has also taken many forms, including salves, creams and tinctures.

Modernize the fun

At the end of the day, even though it’s now legal in many places, marijuana still comes with a slightly taboo reputation. It’s also a product with a rich counterculture history, known for silly strain names that make their users equally silly. Embrace that.

While you should think outside The Leaf, at the end of the day a callback to a visual symbol with ingrained meaning isn’t always the worst thing in the world for a brand. But you should make sure you’re modernizing.

Our final marijuana branding trend takes this tradition of fun—which can include traditional images and colors—and modernizes it. Reframe weed with a new business model. Or a quirky design. Or something a little bit over-the-top.

A few final marijuana branding considerations

We’re hoping you’re inspired by the above examples. (If not, consider dogfooding your product and looking at the list again. We’ve heard this is good for brainstorming.) Before you rush out to design your kick-ass, unique new marijuana logo and packaging, there are a couple legal considerations:

  1. Be careful not to infringe.
    Because weed has been illegal, it’s gotten away with a lot of illegal naming. Since coming off of the black market, several brands have found themselves in hot water. The Girl Scouts of America and Hershey Co have filed lawsuits over copyrighted names (e.g. Girl Scout Cookies and Thin Mints) and products that infringe on trademarks (e.g. Reefer’s Peanut Butter Cups).
  2. Be aware of all of the regulations
    The legalization of marijuana is coming with long-lists of regulations: companies to have specific information on their packaging, then need to ensure that their products don’t appeal to children, etc. To make it more confusing, these regulations are different in each state. Make sure you are aware of all of the information that you need to include in your marketing materials, whether that’s on your website or your product packaging.
  3. Don’t do it if it’s against the law in your state or country
    While the stigma is lifting, recreational and/or medical cannabis use is still against the law in many parts of the world. Hey, it’s still technically illegal here according to the federal government in the United States. In other words: it’s complicated. While marijuana does offer a lot of business opportunities, it’s not worth risking punishment.

1. Colorado, Washington, Alaska and Oregon are the OGs who legalized recreational cannabis in 2014. Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine and California joined in 2016.↩

Marijuana branding has an image problem: bad design. For too many years its been dominated by 7-pointed leaf weed logos. Well no longer! Get inspired.

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How to Graft or Clone Blueberries

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Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) are a popular home garden plant for the healthful berries they produce, as well as their ornamental characteristics. They can be grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 to 10, though not all varieties are suitable for all zones. However, the same propagation methods can be used on any type of blueberry. Unlike most fruit trees, which require the relatively complex procedure of grafting to reproduce them, blueberries are cloned by the simple process of taking softwood cuttings.

Locate a healthy, disease-free blueberry bush that is known to produce good quality fruit. Select a long straight stem and remove it using sterilized garden pruners. Remove the leaves and divide the stem into cuttings of 4 to 6 inches in length. Older wood that is over one-half inch in diameter should be discarded, as well as wood from the tip of the branch that is less than one-eighth inch in diameter. The best results will be from wood that is still green, known as “softwood.”

Mix equal parts peat moss and perlite for use as a rooting medium and fill the pots. These materials are usually available in garden centers. Wet the medium thoroughly and tamp gently to remove air pockets.

Place up to four cuttings in each pot, being sure that they are oriented in the same direction as they were on the plant they came from. Upside down cuttings will not root. It is important that at least one leaf “node” is below the rooting medium and one is above. The leaf nodes are the small protrusions along the stem that the leaves grow from. This is important because roots will form at any nodes in the rooting medium and new leaves will grow from the upper nodes.

Cut the top 4 inches off the plastic bottle and place the bottom section upside down over the cuttings inside each pot. Push the edge of the bottle down into the rooting medium to form an enclosure over the cuttings like a tiny greenhouse. This holds moisture in the air around the cuttings to prevent them from drying out while they are forming roots. Locate the pots in a warm sunny window, but away from extreme afternoon heat.

Mist the cuttings once a day and check for growth. They should start to push out new leaves within two to three weeks. If the top of the cutting turns brown and appears dead, it should be removed. This will likely occur with at least 20 to 30 percent of the cuttings, even under the best conditions.

Transplant cuttings to individual gallon size pots after 1 to 2 inches of new growth has occurred from the top of the stem. The new top growth indicates that sufficient roots have developed to sustain the plant; this usually occurs within one to three months. Allow the new plants to develop for a full growing season before planting in a permanent location in the garden.

How to Graft or Clone Blueberries. Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) are a popular home garden plant for the healthful berries they produce, as well as their ornamental characteristics. They can be grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 to 10, though not all varieties are suitable for all zones. …

Blueberry Propagation

Blueberries usually are propagated from softwood or hardwood cuttings by cutting selected twigs from healthy, disease-free mother plants. Cuttings are placed in propagation beds in a medium that holds moisture well but also allows adequate aeration.

Softwood Cuttings – Take softwood cuttings (4 inches to 5 inches long) in late spring from the tips of the current season’s growth. Collect these cuttings when stems have developed woody tissue but are still somewhat flexible and terminal leaves are half-grown to almost mature. Cuttings taken too early (terminal leaves very succulent, stems very flexible) may readily wilt. Cuttings taken too late (mature leaves, second flush of growth initiated), may poorly root. Rooting usually is more successful when cuttings are taken from the first flush of spring growth. However, cuttings can be collected from growth flushes occurring later in the growing season.

Take cuttings from the upper part of the mother plant. Use sharp, clean pruning shears or knives disinfected in a solution of 1 part household bleach to 5 parts water. Remove lower leaves leaving two or three terminal leaves. Don’t allow cuttings to dry; keep them moist and cool after collection. Place cuttings in the propagation bed, under mist, as soon as possible at a depth of one-half to two-thirds of their length.

Hardwood Cuttings – Hardwood cuttings are taken during the dormant season after sufficient chilling has occurred, usually late January through February. Collect strong, healthy shoots or “whips” (usually 12 inches to 36 inches long) that grew the previous summer. Divide these “whips” into sections 5 inches to 6 inches long with a sharp knife or a bench saw with a fine blade. If the terminal of the shoot contains flower buds, remove the flower buds or discard the tip.

Insert cuttings into the propagation medium from one-half to two-thirds of their length with one shoot bud exposed. Keep the propagation beds moist, but be careful not to use too much water. Water hardwood cuttings with a sprinkler until they start growing leaves, then mist-water the cuttings until they are rooted.

After cuttings are rooted, apply a dilute complete liquid fertilizer weekly. Plants can remain in the propagation bed until winter, when they should be transplanted into pots or nursery beds and held them for one year. The plants should be large enough for field planting the next winter.

Propagation beds need to be well-drained, under shade cloth (40 percent to 70 percent shade), and have adequate ventilation. Avoid excessive wind movement that may interfere with mist control.

Propagation Media – A medium that retains moisture well but allows aeration is necessary. Media containing various propagation mixtures of coarse sand, ground pine bark, perlite, sawdust, and peat moss have proven satisfactory. A good rooting medium recipe is a mixtures of coarse sand, ground pine bark, and peat moss (1:1:1) or perlite and peat moss (1:1).

Mist System – The mist system should keep the media uniformly moist but not soggy. If only a few drops of water can be squeezed from a handful of media, the amount of moisture is probably correct. An intermittent-mist system is needed to keep the humidity around the cutting near 100 percent, preventing wilting, and keep the medium moist. Starting with a porous medium that holds moisture well, adjust the mist intervals to maintain turgid (non-wilted) leaves and high humidity. Frequent (2 minutes to 10 minutes) short misting intervals (2 seconds to 10 seconds) are recommended.

Important Considerations One of the major problems with collecting propagation wood from other grower’s fields is contamination of cutting wood, either with off-type cultivars or with diseases. Many farms have a small percentage of off-type cultivars mixed with their primary cultivars. This can create serious problems at harvest time if the off-type ripens at a different time than the primary cultivar. The off-type cultivar may also be of lower quality than the primary cultivar, and thus lower the grade of the packed fruit. When available, always purchase virus-tested, true-to-type plants to serve as propagation sources.

Diseases such as viruses may be transmitted via cutting wood taken from infected bushes. Although distribution of blueberry viruses appears to be limited at this time in the Southeastern United States, avoid propagation from plants that have odd-looking or stunted foliage. They may be harboring a virus that could reduce yields. The Blueberry Stunt phytoplasma is common in North Carolina, and can be transmitted via propagation. Stem Canker is a fungal disease causing swollen cankers that eventually kill infected canes. Avoid collecting cutting wood from infected plants.

Avoiding off-type or diseased cuttings during propagation is best accomplished by scouting the source field during the growing season prior to taking cuttings. Specific rows or individual bushes of uniform, healthy source plants can be most easily found and mapped during bloom and harvest, excluding visibly diseased or off-type bushes. This pre-propagation scouting is especially necessary when growers are planning to take dormant, hardwood cuttings, since off-type or diseased bushes may not be easily identifiable in winter. Once your own field is established, you will be able to identify and remove offtype bushes over time and avoid contamination of your propagation material.

  • Braswell, John H. Establishment and Maintenance of Blueberries. Retrieved 14 June 2010.
  • Krewer, Gerard and Bill Cline. Bluberry Propagation Suggestions. Retrieved 16 June 2010.

Blueberry Propagation Blueberries usually are propagated from softwood or hardwood cuttings by cutting selected twigs from healthy, disease-free mother plants. Cuttings are placed in propagation

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Can Raspberry and Carrot seed oils really protect your skin from the sun?

Posted by Aleksandra Andrade on February 23, 2017

“Before you read, please keep in mind that this post has been originally published in the summer of 2015; therefore, some of the information provided here may be outdated (such as studies on the UV capabilities of Raspberry Seed Oil, which some of you have kindly pointed out). This fact, however, does not change my point of view on the issue.”

– Yours, AA

In the past couple years there has been an increasing interest around the use of natural oils as sunscreens. There are hundreds (if not more) blog posts and DIY sunscreen recipes all over the internet that promise all-natural UV protection. In this post I will try to get to the bottom of this subject by providing facts and busting the myths around the most popular oils with high SPF claims – Raspberry Seed and Carrot Seed Oils.

Let’s start with the basics and talk about what sunscreen is and what SPF stands for.

Sunscreen (also commonly known as sun screen, sunblock, suntan lotion, sunburn cream, sun cream or block out) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects some of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight and thus helps protect against sunburn.

SPF – or Sun Protection Factor – is a measure of a sunscreen’s ability to prevent UVB from damaging the skin. Here’s how it works: If it takes 20 minutes for your unprotected skin to start turning red, using an SPF 15 sunscreen theoretically prevents reddening 15 times longer – about five hours. SPF does not equal the amount of protection. It indicates how long will it take for the skin to redden when a particular product is applied, as compared to unprotected skin.

There are 2 types of UV radiation (Well, it’s technically 3 but UVC – the 3rd type, doesn’t reach the earth as it is absorbed by the ozone layer). So the first type is UVA light which has a longer wave and this is the type of radiation that causes the aging, wrinkling. UVA is also known as a “tanning” rays. The second type – UVB, has a shorter wave length and is considered to be the main cause of sunburns. Both types of UV radiation are attributed to skin cancer. In order to be protected from both types we should choose a sunscreen that is broad spectrum.

More people are looking for natural alternatives to chemical UV filters that are commonly used in conventional sunscreens. It is known that some natural oils and butters, such as Jojoba, Avocado, Shea and a few others possess a small amount of SPF (around 2-4). This amount is however rather too small to provide with any significant protection against of the UV rays. This SPF claims also can not be considered trustworthy since the SPF can vary depending on the methods of extraction and individual quality of raw material used. On top of this, here in the USA sunscreen is considered to be an over-the-counter drug, thus it is strictly regulated by the FDA. One can not just mix a few ingredients that hypothetically may contain an SPF and call it a sunscreen. The two oils that have been widely advertised for having a high SPF by the bloggers and diy’ers are the Raspberry and Carrot Seed oils.

So what is Raspberry Seed Oil?

This is how I have described Raspberry Seed in one of my previous posts:

Highly moisturizing and emollient Red Raspberry (aka Rubus idaeus) seed oil is bright gold to reddish in color with characteristic fruity aroma. It contains high amounts of alpha and gamma tocopherols (Vitamin E), polyphenols and Vitamin C. It is also rich in Vitamin A and contains up to 83% omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Red raspberry seed oil has more pronounced anti-inflammatory properties than avocado, grapeseed, hazelnut and wheatgerm oils and may prove to be the most effective oil to use in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions. Due to a high level of Vitamin A it can also be beneficial in on oily and acneic skin types. Its strong antioxidant, nourishing and healing properties along with a stable shelf life make it an attractive ingredient for many types of skincare products.

So, Raspberry seed oil is a carrier oil with great anti-oxidant properties.

Now, lets talk about Carrot Seed Oil.

Carrot seed oil is the essential oil extract of the seed from the carrot plant Daucus carota. The oil has a woody, earthy sweet smell and is yellow or amber-coloured to pale orange-brown in appearance. The pharmocologically active constituents of carrot seed extract are three flavones: luteolin, luteolin 3′-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside, and luteolin 4′-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside.[Wikipedia]

Carrot Seed oil is not a carrier oil, on the other hand. It normally comes in a form of an essential oil. Essential oils have a different chemical composition to carrier oils and normally should not be used at a full strength (undiluted).

So what is the hype about the oils photo protective capabilities?

Many sources claim that Raspberry Seed Oil contains an SPF of 28-40 and Carrot Seed Oil – 30-40. This seems high, isn’t it? But what is the source of these claims? Where is the proof, a study or anything related? Here is what Robert Tisserand (one of the world’s leading expert in aromatherapy) have said on his official Facebook page:

“I have been asked a few times recently to provide evidence that carrot seed essential oil is not an effective sunscreen. I think the onus is on those who claim that it is a sunscreen to provide some substantiating evidence. The purported 38-40 SPF for carrot seed oil is based on some Indian research where they tested a natural sunscreen product that contained “Daucus carota” AND OTHER INGREDIENTS, and the product had an SPF of 38 in one test, and 40 in another. This does not mean that carrot seed oil of any type has a meaningful SPF. It’s more likely that they used carrot seed fatty oil than any other type of carrot extract, but the article does not give us that information. So, carrot seed FATTY oil may be very slightly sun-protective, but it has no known SPF. And, there are no essential oils that meaningfully filter UV rays.

The bogus claim that carrot seed oil and/or essential oil provides a sun protection factor (SPF) of 38-40 is made largely on websites belonging to ‘Independent Distributors’ of Young Living products. The claim rests solely on an article that appeared in Pharmacognosy Magazine in 2009. http://www.phcog.com/article.asp…Having studied the article in question – and in particular the chart listing the un-named and therefore coded 14 ‘natural’ sunscreen products tested – I am convinced that it provides no basis whatsoever for claiming that carrot seed oil and/or essential oil provides a SPF of 38-40.The reason? Because the only product tested (‘HS3’) containing Daucus carota, together with ‘Symplocos’ and ‘wheat germ’, listed here. http://www.phcog.com/viewimage.asp…. is quite obviously this product. http://www.ayurvikalp.com/…/Biotique-CARROT-Face-Body-Sun-L…. which contains zinc. It is primarily the zinc which makes the cream SPF 38-40, not the carrot seed oil and/or essential oil (the ‘Independent Distributors’ tend to refer to them interchangeably). People should be warned against making their own carrot oil-based sun protective cream, erroneously believing it will protect them against UV rays – especially where 3-year-old children are concerned. http://www.newsreview.com/chico/sunscreen-naturally/content…

As for Raspberry Seed Oil, I was not able to find any studies or proof showing that it has any sun-protective capabilities, so I have decided to conduct a little experiment of my own. One a cloudy day a few weeks ago, I have applied an Organic Raspberry Seed Oil on my face and neck and went for a walk in a local botanical garden. Our botanical garden had plenty of shade and I was not in the sun most of the time. My walk lasted for about 1,5-2 hours. A few hours after getting back to the house I have assessed the ‘damage’. As a result of this experiment I did develop sun-induced erythema (redness). My skin was also flaking during the days #2 and #3 following this experiment. The conclusion? Raspberry Seed oil does not provide with adequate protection from the sun!

As much as I advocate for natural skin care solutions as a holistic esthetician, I can not recommend using any oils in place of your sunscreen. Whether they are used alone or mixed together in a balm, these oils DO NOT provide with sun protection. They however can be a great addition to a properly formulated sunscreen and can also help with skin soothing and regeneration after the sun exposure. If you still need more proof, check out this article posted by Formula Botanica on their website.

Raspberry Seed oil has a pretty impressive antioxidant profile. It is rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids and contains a high level of Vitamin E. It’s anti-inflammatory properties are phenomenal and are said to be even greater than those of Avocado, Grapeseed and Wheatgerm oils. Even though I don’t recommend using it in place of a sunscreen, I love using Raspberry Seed oil in my oil-serum formulations like this “Youthful Glow” antioxidant face oil. This light and silky face oil formula is loaded with antioxidants. It helps rejuvenate dull and environmentally damaged skin and restores youthful glow in any skin type.

As always I hope you found this post useful. Please choose your sunscreen wisely and always practice safe sun!

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Thanks for your well informed article. While I respect the comments about the study showing red raspberry seed oil having high spf protection this same study states that the UVA protection properties of Red raspberry seed oil are only spf8. UVA rays penetrate deep into skin layers and does substantial long term damage to your skin. I am an avid maker of my own products but sun protection is one product I am going to leave to experts. Hunt around for some brands that are properly tested and will protect your skin. Skin cancer is not something you want to risk.

Many Essential oil only Protect from UVB not UVA. So you can still get burned.

Thank you so much for your unbiased information plus your own personal experimentation.
It gets confusing because like anyone else I want go as natural as possible, but I will from now on use your advice.
Thank you.

The 2000 study wasn’t done on Raspberry oil they don’t even use the equipment required to do that. They referenced something from a sunscreen ingredient manufacturer called Kobo. They also took the information out of context. There are at least 20 major sunscreen ingredient manufacturers in the world, if raspberry oil provided an UV spf of 28-50 and uva of 7 they would take the world by storm and be taking over a market eager for natural ingredients. Not even Kobo uses raspberry oil in any of their sunscreen ingredients. Is there some spf in raspberry oil, yes, as there is in any plant oil or any cream or lotion one applies to their skin. It’s one thing to see information on google, it’s another thing to analyze it and follow the trail for accurate information. As well, the one study from India was done by one man who recorded things correctly, but those quoting his study don’t bother to think things through and analyze what he recorded, properly. How he recorded it then has to be converted to real spfs, which those quoting it and the 2000 reference, don’t do. Plant oils don’t and can’t give more than about a uvb rating of 6 or 7, but again, that can be attained by putting a plain lotion with no oils on ones skin. Are there some benefits for the skin from plant oils, for sure. Is it possible that a plant oil can boost a typical sunscreen ingredient a little bit in a sunscreen product, yes.

*Apologies – in my last comment I mentioned there was a citation “above”, not realizing the order the comments are posted!!

"Before you read, please keep in mind that this post has been originally published in the summer of 2015; therefore, some of the information provided here may be outdated (such as studies on the UV capabilities of Raspberry Seed Oil, which some of you have kindly pointed out). This fact, however, does not change my poi

Does Raspberry Seed Oil Offer Natural SPF?

There has been much discussion and controversy regarding healthy sun protection. Chemical sunscreens have been proven to be carcinogenic or endocrine disrupting and although mineral sunscreens appear to be safer, its unclear how these minerals are being processed or manufactured. We are so afraid of skin cancer and are told to slather ourselves with sunscreen and avoid the sun. It’s important to understand that the sun naturally boosts the production of melatonin, serotonin and Vitamin D that are critical to our health. Rather than avoiding the sun, we need to practice responsible sun exposure and sun protection.

Did you know that natural sun protection can be found in plant oils?

According to a 2000 study, raspberry seed oil offers UVA + UVB protection similar to titanium dioxide with a 28-50 SPF protection factor against UVB rays and 8 SPF against UVA rays.

We do not suggest using red raspberry seed oil as your sun protection for a full day in the sun due to its low UVA coverage. We prefer to recommend wearing a hat and staying out of the sun during peak hours. When choosing a sunscreen, choose one that contains non-nano zinc oxide and be sure to reapply it every 2 hours that you’re in the sun. A sunscreen should contain a high UVA rating and an SPF 30 (which indicates levels of UVB protection). Sunscreens with high UVB + low UVA protection offer a false sense of security. Just because you’re not burning, it doesn’t meant that you aren’t creating sun damage. Sunburn is nature’s alarm system, which you turn off with high SPF sunscreens. If you’re turning pink it’s time to get out of the sun!

When choosing skin care products with natural sun protection to strengthen the skin, we do recommend seeking out products that contain the following oils:

Raspberry Seed Oil is rich in omega 3 + 6 fatty acids and antioxidants. It offers UVA and UVB sun protection and is similar to titanium dioxide protection, found in most mineral sunscreens. In addition to providing SPF 8 UVA and SPF 28-50 UVB protection, it also helps heal eczema and psoriasis as well as prevents stretch marks.

Carrot Seed Oil (not to be confused with Carrot Seed essential oil) is a vegetable oil rich in antioxidants, contains antiseptic qualities and offers SPF of 38-40.

Jojoba Oil, rich in Vit A + E effectively treats bruises, psoriasis, sunburn and chapped dry skin. It closely resembles skin’s natural sebum, making it an ideal replenishment oil. Jojoba contains anti-inflammatory Myristic acid with SPF 4.

Coconut Oil is one of the most versatile natural oils that can be used for cooking, baking and applying on your hair and skin for SPF 2-8.

Wheatgerm Oil is rich in Vit E and antioxidants to repair cell damage and provides SPF 20.

Avocado Oil contains mono-saturated fats that form a protective layer over the skin to prevent sun tanning and offer SPF 4-15.

Soy Bean Oil is often used in Chinese cooking, use it for light hydration and SPF 10.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is healthy to consume, provides antioxidants to repair cell damage and an SPF 2-8.

Macadamia Nut Oil is rich in phosphorus, potassium, Vit E and cinnamic acid that contributes to the oil’s SPF 6 protection.

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Is weed legal in North Carolina?

No. Both medical and adult-use marijuana are illegal in the state. CBD extract with less than 0.9% THC and at least 5% CBD by weight is allowed for patients with intractable epilepsy. It’s only legal to possess it in the state; patients and caregivers must obtain it outside state lines.

A first offense of possession of 0.5 ounce of cannabis or less or 0.2 ounce of hash or less is a Class C misdemeanor , which is punishable by a maximum fine of $200. Larger amounts and subsequent offenses may carry more severe penalties.

Legislative history

Gov. Pat McCrory signed HB 1220 , the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act, into law in 2014. HB 1220 granted access to low-THC hemp extract to patients diagnosed with intractable epilepsy.

In July 2015, HB 1220 was amended by HB 766 , which increased the allowed amount of THC from 0.3% to 0.9% and decreased the required CBD amount from 10% to 5%. It also expanded the number of qualified physicians, increased the number of certified hospitals, and removed the requirement that patients be children.

Where is it safe to purchase?

North Carolina does not have a state-regulated supply chain or any other state-sponsored method of obtaining hemp oil extract. Caregivers must purchase hemp oil extract in a state that offers reciprocity.

Where is it safe to consume?

North Carolina has not placed limits or restrictions on patient consumption.

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The DHHS forbids the cultivation of cannabis or the production of hemp oil extract for any reason within North Carolina.

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North Carolina allows patients with intractable epilepsy and their caregivers to possess and consume CBD extract with less than 0.9% THC and at least 5% CBD by weight. The patients must be diagnosed by and have a written statement from a state-licensed, board certified neurologist who is affiliated with the neurology department of a state-licensed hospital.

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is responsible for regulatory oversight of the Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act program, and for enrolling registered patients and caregivers in the program. Patients must appoint a caregiver to obtain the extract. No registry card is required for patients. There is no minimum age for patients who can participate in the program, though caregivers must be at least 18 years old.

Caregiver requirements

Though the law no longer requires that patients be children, it specifies that only caregivers are allowed to possess CBD extract. Caregivers must be at least 18 years old and must be a permanent resident of North Carolina. Only a parent, legal guardian, or custodian of a person with intractable epilepsy is eligible to be a registered caregiver.

Once all materials have been submitted, and the application has been processed, caregivers will receive a letter from the DHHS authorizing their approval. Caregivers must carry this letter with them when in possession of hemp extract within North Carolina. They must also carry or keep near the CBD extract a certificate of analysis for the extract that shows it meets the state’s standards.

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How long before medical marijuana is legal in North Carolina?

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Unlike in other states that have legalized cannabis for medical or recreational use, North Carolina residents can’t petition to get an medical marijuana initiative added to the ballot.

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UPDATE: As of August 2020, Senate Bill 58, which increases the amount of marijuana someone can legally carry for personal use and expunges records of those with certain marijuana convictions, is stalled. The bill was introduced on February 14, 2019 with one writer and eight co-sponsors, but since that point, no forward movement has occurred.

In February 2019, Senator Paul Lowe (D-Forsyth) reintroduced a measure in the State Senate which would allow people to possess up to three ounces of cannabis legal for their own personal use. Last year’s version, which lawmakers did not approve, would have allowed up to four ounces. Nevertheless, this latest bill would significantly alter the legal landscape for Raleigh drug possession attorneys.

What is Senate Bill 58?

This measure is something of a compromise. SB 58 enhances the charges for possession of more than three ounces to a Class 1 misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum 120-day jail sentence and a discretionary fine. Furthermore, the bill increases the weight of cannabis a person can carry from 1.5 ounces to one pound before it is considered a Class 1 felony. A conviction on this count could result in imprisonment for up to five months.

Currently, possession of up to 1.5 ounces is a Class 3 misdemeanor, which carries a maximum 20-day jail sentence and a fine of no more than $200. Possession of 1.5 to 16 ounces is a Class 1 felony offense.

SB 58 is a significant departure from current North Carolina law. The Tarheel State has some of the strictest marijuana laws in the country. Recreational marijuana is completely illegal, and medical marijuana is only available to patients with epilepsey. Even then, these patients must use a special grade of marijuana with a low THC and high CBD content.

Would SB 58 Help Individuals Who Have Marijuana Possession Convictions on Their Records?

Maybe. If the prior conviction was for simple possession under three ounces and there were no aggravating circumstances, SB 58 authorizes a Raleigh drug possession attorney to file an expungement petition with the court that handed down the conviction. If the District Attorney and probation officer agree to the petition, or at least do not contest it, the judge will probably grant it.

Many people with marijuana and other convictions experience hardship when looking for a good job, obtaining student aid, finding a good place to live, and in other situations.

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Lemon Zest, also called “Lemon Butter,” is a hybrid cannabis strain that reviewers say brings an elevating energy and focus, with the euphoric high. They share that after some time of inspired creativity and action, giggles often ensue.

Strong lemon and citrus aromas come through immediately on the nose at first smell. Powerful lemon and citrus flavors dominate the flavor profile, with a creamy taste and herbal notes on the exhale.

When you first see the buds they appear golden yellow from the yellow trichome frost and bursts of orange pistils.

Wolf Genetics breeders created this strain with Myrcene and Caryophyllene abundant at the top of the terpene profile. They’ve kept its lineage a secret so far, but we look forward to more experiences with Lemon Zest just the same.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data

Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 18.18%
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Terpene Amount
Beta Myrcene: 0.515%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.174%

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Lemon Zest is a hybrid cannabis strain with energizing, sativa associated effects, according to consumers.

What does Lemon Zest mean?

The Lemon Zest name comes from the powerful citrus aroma and flavor. The strain also has a creamy taste and is also known as Lemon Butter.

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What color does Lemon Zest have?

The Lemon Zest strain has a golden yellow appearance from the thick yellow trichome layering covering the buds.

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Lemon Zest, also called "Lemon Butter," is a hybrid cannabis strain that reviewers say brings an elevating energy and focus, with the euphoric high. They share that after some time of inspired creativity and action, giggles often ensue. Strong lemon and citrus aromas come through immediately…

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The Alaskan Thunder (ATF for short) strain originates from the Matanuska Valley in Alaska and its Sativa genetics are somewhat of a mystery. Being a Sativa, this strain really only affects your head and is a popular choice of medication for medical marijuana patients suffering from chronic migraines, PTSD, sleep disorders, and more.

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