April 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
The Weed Blog (blog)Six States And D.C. Sign Marijuana Bills Into Law in Less Than A MonthThe Weed Blog (blog)It's been an incredibly busy, and productive year thus far for the cannabis reform movement, and the past month has been a shining example of this progress. Here's a look at some of what's been accomplished. On March 21st, Utah's governor signed into …
Here are the results of the HIGH TIMES US Cannabis Cup in Denver. Congratulations to all of our winners — and thank you to the great state of Colorado for its hospitality and Mile High freedom!
Sydney Morning Herald, 17 Apr 2014 – Experimenting with cannabis on a casual basis damages the brain permanently, research has found. It is far from being a "safe" drug and no one under the age of 30 should ever use it, experts said. People who had only used it once or twice a week for a matter of months were found to have changes in the brain that govern emotion, motivation and addiction.
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Kansas City StarFamilies flee Kansas and Missouri so sick kids can get medical marijuanaKansas City StarA growing number of health professionals, buoyed by new research and positive results, say medical marijuana, specifically an oil extract called Charlotte's Web, can help those children. The big question is, why do these families have to move to …and more »
Does marijuana use change your brain? Longtime enthusiastic users and government-funded scientists both say yes, but they tend to disagree on whether or not this is a good thing.
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A federally-sponsored study on the harms of marijuana found – surprise! – that marijuana is harmful to the brains of youth who smoke it, even casually. Yes, a Northwestern University School of …
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Minneapolis Star TribuneCasual marijuana use linked to brain changesUSA TODAYUsing marijuana a few times a week is enough to physically alter critical brain structures, according to a new study published Tuesday in The Journal of Neuroscience. "Just casual use appears to create changes in the brain in areas you don't want to …Casual marijuana use linked with brain abnormalities, study findsFox NewsMarijuana Re-Shapes Brains of Users, Study ClaimsNBCNews.comCasual marijuana use changes brain, new report showsBoston GlobeMinneapolis Star Tribune -Medical Xpress -U.S. News & World Reportall 57 news articles »
My cannabis comes in state-mandated childproof containers as it is, so that part is covered. What I’m on the hunt for is a secure place to store those childproof containers.
With the arrival of marijuana legalization in the US comes medicated cookies, gummies, brownies, caramels, hard candies, chocolates, Rice Krispies treats and more — available for purchase in states that allow infused edibles within their pot laws.
Pot prohibitionist Kevin Sabet doesn’t want you to vote for medical marijuana in Florida (but we do)
April 2, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Kevin Sabet is not one of the more than 70 percent of Floridians who want Amendment 2 to pass in November. Sabet — director of the drug policy institute at the University of Florida and a profe…