Caroline “The Hemp Lady” Killeen, the former nun campaigning for marijuana legalization, is on the 2008 presidential primary ballot in New Hampshire. The 81-year-old has been enjoying her retirement in Italy, but now she’s back stateside for what might be her final run at the White House. The Hemp Lady was omnipresent on the streets […]

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Current industrial hemp, used for making clothing among other things, has an extremely low THC content and thus smoking it would give you absolutely no effect of getting ‘high’. You would sooner die from lung cancer than get high off industrial hemp.?tattoo supplies Hemp or Cannabis has so many uses from making boats, rope, building […]

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The combined administration of the plant cannabinoids THC and CBD (cannabidiol) provide neuroprotection in rat models of Huntington’s Disease (HD), according to experimental data to be published in the Journal of Neuroscience Research. Huntington’s Disease is an inherited degenerative brain disorder characterized by motor abnormalities and dementia produced by selective lesions in the cerebral cortex […]

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SEATTLE, WA – In Washington State, despite voter-approved medical marijuana laws being enacted, many patients are still unclear as to what the laws mean, how they affect them, and where they can safely secure their cannabis medicine. Additionally, many patients are facing the difficult task of having to seek out their medicine from potentially dangerous […]

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Channeling Transcript Me: Okay, what about drugs, Erik? What do you think about legalizing drugs, like marijuana? Let’s look at that one first. Should it be legalized? Erik: They’re kinda like prescription drugs: they can help those who need them but harm those who don’t. Me: Okay. Erik: Marijuana is one of the gentler ones. […]

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PULLMAN, Wash. — The Pullman City Council will discuss medical marijuana and the possible regulation of newly approved “community gardens” at its regular meeting Tuesday. The discussion is prompted by recent changes in state law, which took effect July 22. The law now allows up to 10 patients to join together and raise “community gardens” for […]

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Ann Arbor planning commission meeting (Aug. 16, 2011): Two zoning-related requests on South State Street received mixed responses from planning commissioners, amid calls for a formal study of that corridor. Treecity Health Collective, a medical marijuana dispensary on South State Street. (Photos by the writer.) One request was the first tied to the city council’s […]

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If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Stay up-to-date on the latest marijuana news. Thanks for visiting! Just wanting to gauge how the Y!A community feels about the issue. I think it’s going to be legalized, eventually. It is increasingly popular among the younger generations and only getting more […]

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The chemical components of Medical Marijuana, referred to as cannabinoids, play a major role in the realm of medicine known as CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine). Medical Marijuana, also know as Medical Cannabis, has been employed for a wide array of medicinal uses for many centuries for its pharmacological effects on the CNS (Central Nervous […]

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There is nothing more needed in medicine today than a way of treating diabetes and metabolic syndrome because these syndromes lead directly to cancer, heart disease and stroke. I wrote New Paradigms in Diabetic Care to address what doctors and medical officials are loath to face—the real causes of diabetes. Diabetes is not the hopeless […]

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New York, NY (Vocus) April 20, 2010 The nation?s first online search and booking platform for medical marijuana evaluations, MarijuanaDoctors.com, is proud to announce its sponsorship of a pro-medical billboard on behalf of NY Patients First?a patient advocacy organization working to support safe, legal access of medical marijuana for seriously-ill patients in New York State. […]

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Squeezed between a Ben Jerry’s cart and a booth selling rolling papers, two naturopathic doctors worked briskly through a line of patients. The patients — old and young, stooped and tattooed — had been funneled to the doctors’ white tent by a blizzard of fliers handed out at the entrance of Seattle’s Hempfest, the three-day […]

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