Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Uncle G’s Corner (Special Edition)

19 December 2017
Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews
Uncle G’s Corner (Special Edition)
Words and Photography By: Gary “Uncle G” Brown
Twitter @GBrown0816

Please let me introduce myself. Pertaining to marijuana, I’ve been inhaling cannabis off and on, since the Nixon Administration. As many of us pot users have, I started off recreational.

Takes money to use marijuana. Especially on a daily basis. I started making cash at around the same time I started inhaling herb. Work hard, play hard. My physical body started seriously showing negative results of that, by the time my fifth decade of existence started rolling around. For the record, I become legally disabled at age 50. Five years later I became a card-carrying, licensed medical marijuana user, for the first time. It happened after relocating to Fort Collins, Colorado, back in the autumn of 2016. My second marriage had just crumbled. Good time to experience new things.

To review, if age 21 and older, in the state of Colorado in which I live, one can buy pot at a legally run marijuana dispensary. The towns and cities where this happens, have very strict laws regarding how this is done, and its use.

Having a ‘medical marijuana card’ means maximum financial savings as compared to buying cannabis just for recreational use. It means obtaining a gram here in Fort Collins (CO) for around the $7 and $10.00 dollar range. This is substantially cheaper than recreational weed. For low-income seniors/disabled users, the savings means a lot. Can amount to an extra bag of groceries at the end of the month (when it counts).

Matter of factly, Colorado does make money off its ill (those that qualify) residents seeking to help themselves using alternative methods. This is done via collecting taxes. Taxing recreational pot I understand fully. Medical Marijuana? Something unethical about that, don’t you think? That’s another opinionated “Uncle G” story for another time.

On the flip side, the marijuana black market, in general, is still very much alive and well. I’ve run into some super compassionate folks who love to grow and will give you free weed, just knowing you are using it mostly for medicinal reasons. Others sell an eighth for about twenty-five bucks. Quality varies. Way better weed than what I was smoking up, forty plus years ago. The fact is today’s marijuana homegrown is much stronger than the Cheech and Chong generation of yesteryear. Reality check; Pot-luck finding what works for you out on the street, as compared to walking into a Colorado state-licensed marijuana dispensary, and having well-trained (hopefully) budtenders advise and match you with whatever they are selling/prescribing at the time, to meet your needs.

Be lucky enough to have a substantial money flow, and if being an everyday cannabis user, you’re better off in a location where it’s legal. Do your research, find a place you like and move. Remember, not going to jail is a big plus. Get caught with Ganja in a place that still governs with stone age laws, and you’ll be really sorry when caught. The whole process blows. As a teen, I was busted numerous times. Gave me a taste of what could be ahead. There are still places in the United States where getting busted with a dirty pipe could land you in front of a judge. Let alone possession.

Today, for myself, cannabis is more a lifestyle. Now having permanent injuries, I’m simply not the young man I use to be. One of the many upsides to my daily marijuana use (mostly indica) is it’s keeping me from looking at pill or booze bottles to help me cope, in which I use to do. Been down that road, and it’s a dark one.

Time to renew. I go back to where I got my medical marijuana license the year before. Procedures have changed. A few dollars less. Total cost this time around was: $116.10 – one hundred dollars given to the pot doctor, with the rest going to the state of Colorado (paid online). Anything with having to travel to the post office afterward to complete and snail mail the application process is now history. Everything is done online now. Leave it to me to find a way to screw this up.

Once home and on my Chromebook, I followed the instructions that the pot doctors assistant gave me. To a tee. All was well and within three days, I got an email informing me that my application was processed, and to sign in so I could print out my card. Wow! I was told by a few folks right before re-applying that getting your card was way quicker now. Sure seemed that way to me so far. But wait, cannabis has a side effect called; short-term memory loss. I was medicated when I did all the initial online requirements. Three days later I remembered my username and not my password. Put an incorrect password three times on the state’s website, and you are; LOCKED OUT! Guess what I did.

Keep in mind, I’m a medical marijuana patient. I signed legal paperwork saying so. My first time on the state’s marijuana website, I created a username and password. When the time came for the BIG payoff, a renewed medical marijuana card, I choked. Since then I figured out how that happened. I wrote down on a 3×5 card, all vital information, and then simply forgot about it. Tidying up some, the card got moved around. If not in the line of focus, out of sight, out of mind. Found AFTER being locked out. My FAULT totally. I accept full responsibility for my actions. Fixing this problem was NOT easy. Welcome to Uncle G’s bloody nightmare.

From a doctor to an online application, to an email in which I was told my marijuana card was ready for printing out, equaled three days. Yet I went almost a full month having to pay recreational prices. Why?

The phone number that is given in case one has a problem keeps you waiting almost a half hour, and then a recorded message plays on saying all are busy now, and to call back later. Hangs up without taking a message. I repeated doing this until I concluded that doing so was a huge waste of time, and was getting me nowhere. Piss me off!

E-mails written to the only email address given were replied back quickly. Too bad a real human wasn’t involved. After a week of automated responses that included information that flat out didn’t work, my next e-mail I was sure would get a human beings’ attention. In the subject line I erased what they had, and replaced with:

Please Help (human)

A week later. Notice the CAPS:

HELP PLEASE (Attention Website System Administrator)

Again, if it’s possible to screw up something, odds are I will. Especially the important stuff! Finally, someone saw my emails on the other end and figured all this out. when notified I went to their website, typed in my username along with a password that I knew worked, and those locked gates magically opened. I got my renewed card! Was good to go from here. I am grateful.

Out of the twelve months, my renewed medical marijuana card is valid for, because of all this crap, almost one full month had already gone by, before I actually had a printed out one in my hands, and that I could use to save money, my next time in a medical marijuana dispensary. My second mention. Something about that is not fair. People reading this where cannabis is still illegal is thinking what a bitch I’m being now. Money is money. I did pay for a license that is supposed to be good for twelve months, not eleven (bitch bitch bitch).

The pot doctor’s office when notified that I was having a problem, couldn’t C.A.R.E less. That’s the impression I got. The only solutions given was the phone number and email address I was already by then, having MAJOR problems with. Almost robotic the way the lady who answered the phone, talked to me. I conclude that where I went (C.A.R.E.S. – Fort Collins, CO) did what was necessary of them, and in a professional matter. No going the extra mile for their clients. Crucify me I f***** up but still help me. My fault for going there. My expectations of them … TOO HIGH. Next year when it comes time to renew, I’ll go anywhere else but (you too right).

In closing, if I may suggest to the great state of Colorado, a few things. Offer more human contact; emails/phone. Make it so the phone receives messages. Expect people whose medication have side effects, to not remember their information. I understand personal information, and a desire to keep it private. Yet at the same time, no one should have to wait like I did, even if my fault, for something that is being labeled; medicine. Sorry for any trouble. So I hear, I’m not the only one. Problem/Solution … enough money is being generated to fix/anticipate whatever problem that arises, including me. And in a timely matter. Legal marijuana itself, a wonderful benefit to staying in Colorado. Rocky mountain high … indeed. Let’s keep it real. People do move here for legal medical marijuana, but at the same time, other States are doing the same thing. Greed and stupidity will kill the goose laying all those golden eggs. Know what I mean?

Attention: Please contact author for permission BEFORE reprinting/republishing this article/column, either in whole or part – 2017 Gary “Uncle G” Brown

Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Edible Report (#04)

Recommended Age: 21 +

30 March 2017

Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Edible Report (#04)

Company: Dixie Elixirs

Product: Dixie Peppermint Dark Chocolate

Details: Cannabis Infused Medicinal Chocolate

THC Dose: 500 mg THC per bar/42 mg THC per piece

70 Percent Premium Cacao/Net WT: 50G (1.7 oz)

Story & Incidental Photography: Gary “Uncle G” Brown

Twitter @GBrown0816

Dixie - Dark Chocolate (med)

Can you believe this is issue number 4? It has indeed been FUN so far. 

For ‘Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Edible Report (#04), I’m digging into ‘cannabis infused medicinal chocolate.’ Word is not everyone gets it right. Good news, for the company Dixie Elixirs (and Edibles) sure has. Matter of fact, I didn’t taste anything but well-made dark chocolate. Oh, and peppermint. Very yummy, and by the way, good for the tummy. 

Right off the bat, I knew that this edible was stronger than what I had previously done. I looked real forward to trying it out, but at the same time wanted to keep safe. I keep hearing horror stories of people eating edibles too strong for them. I don’t ever want to go through that. One time back in the 1970’s I ate too much blotter acid. Closest I ever came to a bad trip. 

When it comes to meds that help me deal with the day the best I can, I sometimes need some extra strong stuff. With cannabis, I can do this. Many strains/varieties. Usually, I like a good sativa during the day, and a strong indica for night time. Should it be one of those days where I could be doing better, I might do indica the whole day. Every day for me is different physically and mentally like it is for everyone else. A good place for this. As is customary someplace within all my ‘420 Reviews’, I advise to know your own bodies limitations, and please be careful.

Personally, I acknowledge a cannabis tolerance. Over time it happens. In my mind, better than popping opiates, and drinking a bottle of whiskey a day. One grows a tolerance to that shit as well. Instead of that, I look towards the natural cannabis plant for help regarding at least some of which I suffer. There is a certain high I can get to where I forget that my ass is literally killing me (tailbone injury/arthritis/disc injury). Opiates and booze will get me there also. At what price? Sad to even say, but it’s getting more common for guys my age, to commit suicide, or OD shooting H … while dealing with their bodies wearing out. A nasty part of aging. An epidemic right here in America.

Big Alcohol/Big Pharmaceuticals has/will try to connect pot and heroin together; gateway. In other words, you can look away. Nothing wrong here, or so our so called trusted officials say. But there is. The connection is pure bullshit, but they will insist on connecting the two anyway. In the meantime, beer sales are down in Colorado. Check it out. Millions of stories. People are out there no longer popping pills at night to help get some sleep. For myself, a couple tokes of some find indica before I hit the bed, and it’s off to sleep I go. 

The secret is out. The cat is out of the bag. Marijuana isn’t as evil as what our country has previously been telling us. The government can’t stop the adult interest in cannabis, and smart politicians want things as far as cannabis legislation to go forward. Legalize and decriminalize. The sooner the better. Why do you ask? Because I decided after doing ‘4 tests’ on this Dixie product, that I am getting even more seriously interested in how to really make this work as far as my own pain management goals. Not that I’d stop smoking altogether. To eat an edible (cannabis) and get the same results if not better than what I was getting being polluted all day on hydrocodone, sounds wonderful. Those damn pills are dirt cheap. And I am not interested, nor will I ever be, in synthetic (fake) marijuana. That’s cheap too. Ever wonder why? Economics for some might come into it when making a decision. I am willing to pay more (within reason) for medication if I deem it beneficial to my health, and can actually afford to do so. That the cost is not a burden to bear. Mixed with smoke (one can Vape), and whatever MEDs the doctor said one must take, ingesting cannabis in this matter daily (if needed) should help those including myself live a more productive/positive life. Dixie offers a nice line of products, offering WAY more than one THC delivery system. After being so happy with this particular product, I for one am certain that I will check out what else they have to offer, real soon.

Uncle G’s Testing Diary

Successfully opening the child proof box, the chocolate bar comes wrapped and although sold as one solid bar, is manufactured so chunks can be broken off easily. Similar to other regular candy bars I had; Hershey. Dixie’s is divided into twelve squares. In my mind, a dozen doses. Easy to break apart. I decided that I’d start off slow. Again, contains a higher THC dose. I eat one of the twelve squares and settle in. It’s early in the evening. No negative taste experiences whatsoever. An hour later, I feel adventurous and eat another. All throughout the evening, I am fine! Note, I wasn’t medicated using anything else beforehand. I didn’t over medicate myself. Two squares on me did the trick. Seriously, I would never think of eating three. The pain was tolerable throughout the evening. Better than if just smoking. Was continuously mellow, and happy. I tested in a safe environment. Ended on a ‘high’ note. I experienced the best sleep I have in ages. Two nights out of four I slept for at least six hours consecutively. Two squares. Waiting an hour to dose for the second time might have had a hand in that. Also, I ate the squares early in the evening. About four or five hours into it, I became sleepy. Up early in the morning, so that was probably more on the natural side. Still, I awoke so refreshed. Hard to imagine the edible not having something to do with that. The other two nights I awoke just one time (bathroom) within a six-hour time span. Fell right back asleep.


Pertaining to cannabis edibles, this particular medicinal cannabis infused peppermint/dark chocolate item, raised the edible ‘bar’ for me. My first time going the chocolate route. For dark chocolate in which I sometimes find bitter, what Dixie Elixirs has to offer is simply delicious. Health benefits from consuming that as well. Word within the legal cannabis community was correct about this outstanding medicinal peppermint/dark chocolate candy bar. For those like myself who are into this kind of thing, I would not think twice about recommending.

Helpful Tips

When in Fort Collins Colorado, make sure to visit my friends at Verts Neighborhood Dispensary. SUPER knowledgeable! These people ROCK! For all your medical/recreational cannabis needs.   

Verts - New Front Sign (2017 03 23)


Dixie Elixirs (excellent/informative website)


Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Edible Report (#03)

Recommended Age: 21 +

20 March 2017

Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews (#03)

Company: Colorado Product Services

Product: Jimi’s Cannabis Collection

Item: Stand Next To My Fire S’mores

Type Cannabis: Indica

Medical: 300mg of ACTIVE THC

Contains: Ten 30mg doses

Net Weight: 2.2 oz. (per unit).

Story and Incidental Photos: Gary “Uncle G” Brown

Twitter @GBrown0816

Smores - Jimi's Cannabis Collection - banner

Am glad to report that feedback to the first two ‘Uncle G’s Fun 420 Reviews’ has been very well received by the general public. So much so, here I am doing a third one.

I mentioned in previous ‘Uncle G’s 420 Reviews’, the place I picked to be my medical marijuana dispensary is Verts Neighborhood Dispensary, in Fort Collins Colorado. Been going to them exclusively since getting my Colorado medical marijuana license, last year. In the process, I learned that Verts  Neighborhood Dispensary knows cannabis. Every visit is a pleasure. I walk in, and they are always very nice to me.  I’ll glance across the sales floor and usually see someone I know. We’ll exchange pleasantries from across the room. After check in, a one on one session with a knowledgeable salesperson so to get exactly what I came in for. I always leave a satisfied customer. 

Note: Results can/will vary. PLEASE/ALWAYS keep that in mind when doing edibles, or anything else marijuana related. For your own good. Learn all you can about it, before ingesting.  Edibles should be fun, medicinal, or both.  For those who are age 21 and over.  Due to chronic pain. I’m either mildly discomforted, or screaming the majority of my waking hours. Nerve damage in part. Work hard … play harder. My body started wearing out in my 40’s. I mostly smoke pot now so to keep myself from popping opiates every day. I would do that if the pain dictated. Am only human. Can only tolerate so much without going off the deep end. Smoking pot also keeps me from drinking whiskey on a daily basis, something that I learned a long time ago, can be a wonderful pain killer. For myself and countless of others, getting drunk can be dangerous. So here I am. Doing edibles are very still relatively new to me. The upside is obvious; gives my throat and lungs a rest. Two thumbs up!

Uncle G’s Write Up … Jimi’s Cannabis Collection: Stand Next To My Fire S’mores

Verts - Jimi's Cannabis Collection_Smores (2017 03 11)

Nice childproof packaging. In today’s world, it has to be. The box is very informative concerning the actual product. On its cover, it also has a cool image of the legendary rock guitarist; Jimi Hendrix. Hard to believe that he passed away almost 50 years ago. If I was a tad older, I could have maybe witnessed first hand, the musical genius this man possessed. On the product’s website is more detailed information (Hendrix Press Release) about how it’s namesake and the edible product(s) joined forces. I, of course, dig the late Jimi Hendrix, and the classic rock connection to cannabis. 

Nowadays I write music/movie reviews for a 24/7 classic rock station that comes out of the UK. Doing this for 5 years now. Tempus Fugit. An enjoyable experience. I thank its fearless leader Jon Kirkman for inviting me aboard. 

Regarding my writing, I certainly cut myself a niche since I first appeared on the world wide web, back in the mid-1990’s. Remember AOL and Yahoo Groups? Weird at first learning I had people who dug my writing. Always flattering. I am hoping now that those into ‘cannabis’, keep up and follow me on this new  420 journey as I explore everything legal marijuana in the twenty-first century has to offer. Plus I’ll try to entertain with a good story or two. Keep reading. So far … doing well.

Verts - Jimi's Cannabis Collection_Smores - product (2017 03 10)

I always enjoyed the side effect cannabis has in regards to getting high/stoned. It wasn’t until years later when I started learning how ‘pot’ could help me with certain ailments/afflictions. Two hits of a good indica at night before my head hits the pillow, and I snooze until it’s bathroom time. Us older guys, we’re up once or multiple times a sleep cycle. The only way a human skips the aging cycle is, dying. I’m not complaining.

I dosed with ‘Jimi’s Cannabis Collection_Stand Next To My S’mores (Indica 30 mg) FOUR times, over the course of four different days. Not consecutive. I skipped a day after the second try, to help gather my thoughts so far.

One box contains ten doses. Again, this is found on the medical side. There is a different/somewhat weaker version that sells on the recreational side.

I did not mix this edible with anything else while under its influence. Knowing my own body, I felt safe when conducting the following ‘sampling’ of this cannabis product.


My first go at it, I waited until night so the Sativa cannabis I smoked earlier that day, would leave my system.

I consumed my first S’more at around 10 pm on a Friday night. The day was a long but good one. Included a trip to the Verts Neighborhood Dispensary. This is where I learned about the edible I am now writing about. What struck my curiosity was in itself that word of mouth was good. Figured I’d find out for myself.

Taste wise the S’more was yummy! I previously had in my life, edibles that tasted like dirt, or what I thought the planet would taste like. Not that I ever got a knife and fork, went outside in the backyard, and started dining on it. I enjoyed the effects the home-made edibles offered but hated actually eating the damn things. At least the ones I ran into. But fear no more. With Jimi’s Cannabis Collection – Stand Next To My Fire S’mores, there is no earthy taste unless you keep it in your mouth, holding it to the roof with your tongue until you think it’s going to dissolve like it’s blotter acid from back in the 1970’s. The way edibles hit the brain first is through the liver. In review, a different THC delivery system than smoking. Easy enough to do if an adult in their right mind (suggested), 21 years of age or older; stick in mouth, chew like any other bakery treat, enjoy the taste, swallow, and then wait. It accounts the size and shape of the individual, as to when it hits, and how long it last. Typically several hours. I dosed again at 11 pm after first starting to feel the first one. Was wanting to crash. Fell asleep watching cable news. Slept great!

The next day I ate my first, Stand Next To My Fire S’mores, after dinner. A lovely dessert I thought to myself. Followed up about 45 minutes later with another. Spent the rest of the evening watching Netflix.

Two days later I did three doses again starting in the early evening. The next night I did the same thing. Never left the house. I noted my pains were minimal. Nice continuous buzz. Caught some great z’s. What’s not to like?

Uncle G’s Verdict: Wonderful product worthy of the name.

If I made you (the reader) interested in any way, shape, or form, research first, and then find yourself a lovely cannabis dispensary like I have (Verts in Fort Collins) that carries the line of Jimi’s Cannabis Collection, made by the good people at; Colorado Product Services. GREAT website … very informative!  And I love their motto; “Powered by Science. Fueled by Nature.”

Helpful Links

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Colorado Product Services


Verts Neighborhood Dispensary

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Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews: Edible Report (First Edition)


05 March 2017

Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews (#01)

Topic: Edible Report – Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles (Stroopwafel)

Recommended Age for Consumption: 21 +

Words & Photography by Gary “Uncle G” Brown

Twitter @GBrown0816

Note: Consumption of certain things will vary, according to the individual. This is true at ALL TIMES. Presently I am six foot, and weigh in at about 198 pounds. I am also for the most part excluding injuries, fairly healthy for my age. Results I get will be certainly different taking the same dose of whatever it may be, compared to how a young lady who was 5 foot 4 inches, and last time on the scale weighed 126 pounds. Needs sayin’. Any questions, please ask. Remember I am not a doctor. Given the opportunity, I would play one on TV, or in a low budget indie B film. Preferably a comedy, sci-fi, or horror picture.  Something to focus on another day.

What’s not to love about edibles? Plenty if you buy the wrong one. You could end up with not exactly getting what you were hoping for. Too weak? Too strong? Taste like dirt? Didn’t get off? Better to chalk it up to a learnable experience, than be totally pissed off. And so it perhaps won’t happen again, let me your helpful mature/experienced 420 reviewer, try to point you in the right direction. Will be entertaining at times. If in the process passing on my experience helps … cool. So keep an eye out for NEW ‘Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews’. Over time I’ll share about whatever cannabis item ends up in my path; smoke, edibles, etc.. Feel free to leave comments/give feedback.

Uncle G’s FUN 420 Reviews (First Edition)

Topic: Edible Report – Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles (Stroopwafel)

The place, Fort Collins, Colorado (USA). A place I’ve been calling home since last year. This is where you will find a marijuana dispensary named; Verts Neighborhood Dispensary. Cool place! I love the smells/vibes as soon as I walk in the door. Knowledgeable employees that are fun to talk to. Excellent products, including edibles.

For those who don’t know me, I have been smoking pot on and off since the Nixon Administration. Primarily I am an old fashion smoker. I am now a licensed medical user (chronic pain) via the great state of Colorado. Being legal here, I can let my curiosity take over some, and try whatever new hits the market that is marijuana related, and something I have an interest with.

So this marks my third time digging into this type of smokeless high since arriving in Fort Collins. I really enjoyed my first time. The second experience sucked through a long straw, and this newest one, Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles (Stroopwafel), I tend to think is … keep reading.

Product: Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles (Stroopwafel) 250 mg THC (10 each/25 mg pieces). Produced by the good people at the CannaPunch Company in Denver, Colorado. In business since 2009 according to their website.

Uncle G’s Thoughts

Took me a little over a week, and three different occasions to polish off the 10 yummy caramel waffles that came inside a circular plastic container. While on the subject, please collect and recycle these. Verts Neighborhood Dispensary who I already mentioned, take your used plastic med/rec containers, bottles, tubes, etc. I just dropped off a few months worths myself. Helps Mother Earth. I digress. After all, it was for the long-term good of the planet we call home. Now back to ‘stroopwafel’ land.


The first time I ate three within a 45 minute time period. Would not recommend this dosage for the average consumer. Two at the most. And then wait a couple hours. Could take up to 8 hours to come down. Depends on the individual. If a ‘light-weight’, eat a half, or just one waffle, wait at least three-quarters of an hour, and see what happens.

Note: Hard for myself not to toke a bit while under the influence. I wanted to focus on the product. That was the writing assignment I was given.


Mixing with anything takes away from what the ‘waffle’ itself has to offer. Saying all that, after I consumed the three cookies, I cozied up in bed and for the rest of the night, channel surfed the TV. A very mellow experience. Be aware that when looking back since awakening that day, that I would conclude, that it was a very long day which started with waking up around 4:30 am. I got the opportunity to watch the sun come up. So by the time I ate the three ‘Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles’, it was after 7 pm, and if not doing them, I would have naturally gotten tired.

The day after I awoke from after a very nice evening sleep, and decided to continue ‘reviewing’ this tasty marijuana delivery system, to which I could re-visit; MellowVille. So still not smoking, I arose to the sunshine and to eat another delicious waffle with my morning coffee. Within a six-hour period, I sucked down a total of four. Including the night before, I now swallowed seven of these things. All throughout this pleasant experience, I stayed chilled and was never out-and-out comatose.


The last three waffles I ‘tested’ was yesterday.  I let a few days pass before doing the Colorado state item again. Gave me the opportunity time to collect my thoughts on how I felt using this particular medicated bakery goodie. This last time it was during the day. I even managed to venture out a little bit while under the influence. No driving! On foot. By doing so it showed how I wasn’t that stoned, and still able to do everyday functions. A high that isn’t too stimulating, nor relaxing (when one has had a good nights sleep).

But the real fun I had while ‘reviewing’ this pleasant edible was just hanging out at home, chilling out watching tv and listening to music. One music CD I was so kindly given (last year) in hopes I’d write about it; Burnt Belief – Emergent (2016). Spacey prog-rock instrumental. It includes from the prog-rock band Porcupine Tree, intense bass player; Colin Edwin. Excellent music for this! Play and let your mind take in the crazy cool sounds. Alone or with some company, adding one or two of these ‘special’ caramel waffles to your day, sure won’t hurt any. Matter of fact I’m sure it will brighten up what is going on around you.

Where To Buy: Uncle G recommends Verts Neighborhood Dispensary. Link to their website can be found below. Besides there, please consult the manufacturer’s website; CannaPunch Company. Link is … right here (first one under ‘helpful links’)

Helpful Links

CannaPunch Company


Verts Neighborhood Dispensary (Forts Collins CO)


Burnt Belief (band)


Green For Green (recycle movement)

Twitter @GreenForGreen_

Green Ribbon World (Pro-Cannabis Non-Profit Website)

Uncle G’s Corner (written a few years back)