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420 Lit at the Jackpot

Here are some awesome pictures of when you get to the Jackpot wow I keep on looking at these amazing spray can artwork in the dark. Pick up on some bomb weed called … shit I forgot but it was banging. Enjoy and toke one up.


HEMP IS NOT LEGAL on a federal level, but law enforcement struggles to distinguish it from cannabis. the 2018 farm bill, which legalized industrial hemp with less than 0.3 percent THC, was hailed by the US HEMP INDUSTRY as cause for intense celebration. An agricultural staple once produced in abundance…. FUck im stone.

Ill write the rest later…

10/01/2019 – Platinum Blue Dream

Had to stop by at this spot called Cannabis Company on Venice and La Cienega Blvd. Rolled it up in a Jay and well the effect was a 4 star, price wise was a 5 star. For a Sativa it did its job, make sure to get yours at this spot.

9/30/2019 – Your Daily Morning

Having coffee and a good toke/”jaayy” can give you a good start for the day, Bob Marley time, then at the end finish it up with another toke and a cup of a grande coffee. Makes the next day feel tranquil like just the other day when you become yourself again.

9-29-2019 (MrSteal Your Patients)

Well happy Sunday and all is well, I just rolled up a strain from one of a local spot called MrSteal Your Patients. For the price and bud I can say it was worth the visit. I didn’t even finish the “Jay” I am saving my other half for later at the beach. 

Besides this update I am working on more content to compose. If you are interested in contributing content to use please do so in our contact page and we will gladly get back to you within a day or so.  

Just have to say and welcome new members to the TRWR site, everyone who leave us and may never come back all I have to say is AsataLAvista Baby. 

Introducing TRWR’s Lead Investigator – Mr. Lee

Ayyy!!!!! whats going on TRWR fam squad its the one and only MR. Lee and I MUST bring you the most fascinating observations of cannabis known to man. (Let’s Get Deep lol )

My colleagues and I bring multiple perspectives as a whole squad, and I can at times side with the group, or stand off in my own WORLD and shout “Heeeey, This is the way I see it and thats final” (lmaoo..I’m open minded don’t judge me).


Furthermore, one of my main pleasures of having our own visions here at TRWR is that it gives us a huge opportinity to be the most influential inner circle in the entire cannabis community.


We are here to give our patients the full confidence to make the best purchase for themselves.


Another specialty of Mr. Lee is my customer service heavy priority in patient relations, we have developed a TRWR code (click here to view code) and I believe with this code we can get closer to deescalating dispensary interactions & Get This National Legalization Going (YAY!!!). – TRWR Lee


For any questions, comments, and/or observations

please find us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter – @TRWRcode

“We go through the most to make sure our fans have the best experience every time” – Mr. Lee


Terpenes are the fragrance molecules found emanating from all plants – including cannabis, which offers a unique scent from one strain to the next. The fragrant imprint of each plant is a result of different combinations of terpenes. Cannabis is unique in that each strain has a unique profile of terpenes. Terpenes are believed to exhibit medicinal properties independent from the cannabinoids. Overall, terpenes contribute to a strain’s particular influence – a phenomenon known as the entourage effect.



α-Pinene is one of the principle monoterpenes, and is important physiologically in both plants and animals, and to our environment. α-Pinene tends to react with other chemicals, forming a variety of other terpenes (like D-Limonene) and other compounds. α-Pinene has been used for centuries as a bronchodilator in the treatment of asthma; ever notice how your lungs seem to open up when hiking through a pine forest in the warm summer? α-Pinene is also anti-inflammatory. It’s found in conifer trees, orange peels among others, and known for it’s sharp sweet odor.



Linalool is simple terpene alcohol, probably best known for the pleasant floral odor it gives to lavender plants. It is also known as β-linalool, licareol and linalyl alcohol. Linalool has been isolated in several hundred different plants including lavenders, citrus, laurels, birch, coriander and rosewood. Linalool has been used for several thousands of years as a sleep aid. Linalool is a critical precursor in the formation of Vitamin E. It has been used in the treatment of both psychosis and anxiety, and as an anti-epileptic agent. It also grants relief from pain and has been used as an analgesic. Its vapors have been shown to be an effective insecticide against fruit flies, fleas and cockroaches.



β-Myrcene is a monoterpene, and for a wide variety of reasons, one of the most important terpenes. It is a precursor in the formation of other terpenes, as well. β-Myrcene is found fresh mango fruit, hops, bay leaves, eucalyptus, lemongrass and many other plants. β-Myrcene is known to be anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, and used in the treatment of spasms. It is also used to treat insomnia, and pain. It also has some very special properties, including lowering the resistance across the blood to brain barrier, allowing itself and many other chemicals to cross the barrier easier and more quickly. In the case of cannabinoids, like THC, it allows it to take effect more quickly. More uniquely still, β-Myrcene has been shown to increase the maximum saturation level of the CB1 receptor, allowing for a greater maximum psychoactive effect. Less well known is that fact that high β-Myrcene levels in cannabis (usually above 0.5%) result in the well known ‘couch lock’ effect of classic Indica strains of cannabis; Sativa strains normally contain less than 0.5% β-Myrcene.



D-limonene is a cyclic terpene of major importance with a strong citrus odor and bitter taste. D-limonene was primarily used in medicine, food and perfume until a couple of decades ago, when it became better known as the main active ingredient in citrus cleaner. It has very low toxicity, and humans are rarely ever allergic to it. Medicinally, Limonene is best known for treating gastric reflux and as an anti-fungal agent. It’s ability to permeate proteins makes it ideal for treating toenail fungus. Limonene is also useful in treating depression and anxiety. It’s also been shown to be effective anti-tumor while at the same time being an immuno-stimulant. Limonene is one of two major compounds formed from α-Pinene. 



In nature, this terpene contributes to a plant’s defenses and possess antifungal properties. Ocimene is a cannabis terpene carrying a sweet, herbaceous, and earthy aroma with hints of citrus.  Also found in mint, parsley, basil, mangoes, orchids, oregano and tarragon, ocimene is commonly used in perfumes and fragrances. Ocimene is known to be more prevalent in sativa dominant strains. Known as a decongestant, ocimene may contribute to the coughing fits that are often associated with using cannabis.  Ocimene can produce an energetic effect, and shows to be a key contributor to the numerous medicinal benefits of cannabis.



Terpinolene is a monoterpene, part of the terpinene subfamily of terpenes. This family of four isomers is known for being anti-oxidant, immune-modulating and anti-biologically (anti-tumor, antibacterial, antifungal). It has also been used, for hundreds of years, in the treatment on insomnia. Terpinolene is found in oregano, marjoram, cumin, lilac, some citrus rind and conifers.



Valencene is present in Valencia oranges and contributes to cannabis’ citrus aroma. 



Beta-caryophyllene is a sesquiterpene found in many plants including Thai basils, cloves and black pepper, and has a rich spicy odor. Research has shown that β–Caryophyllene has affinity for the CB2 endocannabinoid receptor. β–Caryophyllene is known to be anti-septic, anti-bacterial, antifungal, anti-tumor and anti-inflammatory.



Also present in geraniums, geraniol emits a rosey scent that makes it a popular perfume additive. It is an effective mosquito repellent and shows a potential protective effect against neuropathy.



Humulene is a sesquiterpene also known as α-humulene and α–caryophyllene; an isomer of β–caryophyllene. Humulene is found in hops, cannabis sativa strains, and Vietnamese coriander, among others. Humulene gives beer its ‘hoppy’ aroma. It is anti-tumor, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anorectic (suppresses appetite). It has commonly been blended with β–caryophyllene and used as a major remedy for inflammation, and is well known to Chinese medicine. 


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University 20 CAP BARE OG

Amid the lit up jungle that surrounds the campus of USC, stands a shop that I have visited many times before. During my visit at University 20 Cap, I met a young lady while smoking a nicely packed bowl of Bare OG brand flower. I offered the beautiful young woman a hit, she did and we both enjoyed it. The timing of the buzz couldn’t have been any better as we both rambled on and on about whatever came to mind. Twas a great social phenomenon that had just transpired behind a smoke out session. I’m sure the same experience was her’s as she headed out the door to catch her ride. her final feelings about the Bare OG experience was as she said, “Amazing”. More photos coming soon for the brand packaging and the flowers inside. 



6-28-2019 – A New Spot

After an awesome event in Bell Gardens, we hit up a spot called: The Jackpot. My experience was “top-notch” with Erica and Rachel as my dope bud-tenders. The strains they recommended for me where also dope. Thanks ladies. 

I will definitely come back and have more questions regarding other buds. 

This dispensary features awesome neon style wall paintings. Perfect for the night time ambiance, come here and get your strains.


Check this shop out for awesome service and great bud. Updated:6-19-19

   So this shop (TKC) was introduced to me by a fellow TRWR member (Mr.Lee) and it has not disappointed me. The place is a little hidden so it is a bit hard to spot. But when you do find it let me tell you the peeps there are great. The price points are perfect and I would not change that at all. One of the perks of visiting this shop is that they give you a card that they stamp every single time you visit. After a certain amount of stamps, you get free weed. On another note, let me give a shout out to a beautiful female TKC budtender with eyeglasses she knows what she’s talking about when selecting these amazing strains. I usually have a great nose for finding potent and consciously aggressive weed. She somehow makes me feel like I can trust her selection by now and I can tell that she has smoked it before. If you’re the budtender im talking about and your reading this, then I hope my compliments find you well! Thank you for the A-1 quality cannabis and service! 

   I just smoked up the last of the batch I picked up at the TKC spot the other day… bomb shit. Both strains where amazing. One strain didn’t have the same sticky feeling as the other. I did say I was going to review all the strains and would provide photos plus a guide where to get these great flower buds. Hit me up at and send me your info, Ill get you the plug where to get the best strains in L.A. straight up from TRWR… Photos coming soon… Also please make sure to ask for the “KashIt Clean” when you visit TKC, if they don’t have any its because they are selling like hot cakes. 🙂 Happy smoking to you all!



Kash it Clean

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