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Washington - med. mj laws and neighbors?

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by shitbat, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Hi guys. I hope I'm posting in the right thread. I'm a medical MJ patient and I live in Seattle. I'm renting a stand alone house currently, surrounded by townhouses. My landlord's lease terms state that no smoking is allowed in the house, but that using the outdoor patio is fine. Now, I have smoked indoors before and have recently stopped since we may be moving soon. I've been smoking outdoors on the patio since then and now I'm really worried about disturbing my neighbors. Last night I was outside and could hear someone in the neighboring house say "is that POT?" (though while laughing) I hadn't even lit that much. So if they could smell THAT, I can imagine they've been smelling me this whole time.

    If I only took medibles I know that this wouldn't be a problem. But I have a really hard time dosing myself correctly with medibles, so I much prefer smoking or vaping. I technically shouldn't be smoking indoors at all because of my lease terms. But smoking outdoors might disturb my neighbors. But I have a medical marijuana card.. so which of these situations is better for me and won't make me a jerk?

    (Just learned about the doob tube, so will try that with febreeze.)

    Thanks all
  2. Neither! Easy fix: look into a vaporizer. I've used an Arizer Solo for 8 months now in a double-occupied house (I live with & care for my grandmother), and I've never had any smell issues.
  3. ^^ yep yep^^^

    vaporizers do not com-bust materials, thus they are not 'smoking' devices.

    lease compliance intact, vape away without adding odors to the home.
  4. #4 shitbat, Aug 9, 2012
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 9, 2012
    Sweet :D I actually have a Flight Box and a Volcano. Should put them to more use! I can be extra safe by exhaling into the sploof too.

    Also I don't know why it didn't occur to me earlier: electric air purifiers! I have two of em in my house. That should really help my room too :)
  5. no smoking in the house cuz it stinks.

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