October 2012

On Tuesday, November 6, Arkansans will vote on whether to legalize medical marijuana or not. A group of doctors, nurses and patients gathered on the Fayetteville Square Tuesday voicing their support for Issue 5.  “I believe it’s an effective drug for people who have conditions for which they might use it for chronic pain, for […]

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Over the past few years, public opinion and media treatment of marijuana legalization have both shifted (presumably interdependently): it’s gone from being a weird, feaky idea to seeming no more than common sense. Since I’ve long favored some softening in cannabis policy, this development does not entirely displease me. But Tony Dokoupil is right to […]

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There are two basic kinds of cannabis: marijuana and hemp.  Marijuana is what gives the high and cures disease, and is illegal to grow or use in most of the country.   Hemp is what is used for paper, fuel, food, fiber and literally thousands of other industrial and commercial applications, and is also illegal […]

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Abstract Background Obesity-associated inflammation is of critical importance in the development of insulin resistance and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Since the cannabinoid receptor CB2 regulates innate immunity, the aim of the present study was to investigate its role in obesity-induced inflammation, insulin resistance and fatty liver. Methodology Murine obesity models included genetically leptin-deficient ob/ob mice […]

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(PRWEB) October 25, 2012 With 12 days to the Presidential Elections and marijuana and hemp being voted on in states all across America, mass media exposure could not have come at a better time. According to the article in Newsweek magazine, “If current polls hold, voters in Washington State and Colorado will vote to legalize […]

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Abstract Background Obesity-associated inflammation is of critical importance in the development of insulin resistance and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Since the cannabinoid receptor CB2 regulates innate immunity, the aim of the present study was to investigate its role in obesity-induced inflammation, insulin resistance and fatty liver. Methodology Murine obesity models included genetically leptin-deficient ob/ob mice […]

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October 10th, 2012 by Rose Rosetree Undercover rehab Blog-Buddies, this is a Part 2 to yesterday’s Guest Post by Anonymous about her using several systems of Energy Spirituality (Cutting cords of attachment and empath empowerment skills and the skills of Spiritual Cleansing and Protection)  to get over a long-time addiction to pot. It’s a true tale of […]

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BOSTON (AP) — As a neuropsychologist and Harvard Medical School neurology instructor, Peter Hayashi had access to the best treatments after he suffered a severe shoulder injury and developed chronic, debilitating nerve pain. He tried painkillers, physical therapy, acupuncture, massage and other pain management techniques, but nothing helped as much as marijuana. Now Hayashi is […]

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There are two basic kinds of cannabis: marijuana and hemp.  Marijuana is what gives the high and cures disease, and is illegal to grow or use in most of the country.   Hemp is what is used for paper, fuel, food, fiber and literally thousands of other industrial and commercial applications, and is also illegal […]

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Abstract Background Obesity-associated inflammation is of critical importance in the development of insulin resistance and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Since the cannabinoid receptor CB2 regulates innate immunity, the aim of the present study was to investigate its role in obesity-induced inflammation, insulin resistance and fatty liver. Methodology Murine obesity models included genetically leptin-deficient ob/ob mice […]

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