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Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, February, 12th 2015 by THCFinder



Medical Marijuana Recalled In Canada For Being Too Potent

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, February, 12th 2015 by THCFinder
marijuana-recalled-for-being-too-potentThere is a medical marijuana recall in Canada. As far as I know, this is at least the second time there has been a recall issued. This recall is unique in that the reason the recall was issued is because the medical marijuana is too potent. Per the Health Canada:
Peace Naturals Project Inc. is voluntarily recalling product Nyce N’ EZ (Lot number: 12-NAE-003-14 and Lot Number: 12-NAE-003-14-A) of marijuana for medical purposes.
During the course of a regular inspection conducted under the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, Health Canada inspectors determined this product was labelled with delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) of 9.07% with a product specification of +/- 2% of THC. However, when retested from a third party laboratory, the product demonstrated that the content of THC may be as high as 13.7%.
While exposure to high levels of THC may be associated with increased risks of experiencing certain adverse effects, the level of THC in this product does not appear to have been high enough to trigger an increased risk to the health and safety of clients. The company has not received reports of any adverse events or complaints associated with the use of this product, nor has Health Canada received any reports of adverse reactions. Therefore, the impact of this mislabelling represents a low risk to the health and safety of clients.
Peace Naturals Project Inc. is instructing clients to immediately discontinue use of any marijuana from this batch. Clients should return the marijuana by contacting Peace Naturals Project Inc. to obtain appropriate packaging and postage paid shipping container. If clients wish to destroy the product at home, they should add water to the marijuana to render it unusable, mix it with cat litter to mask the odour and dispose of it with regular household waste.
Producers of marijuana for medical purposes are subject to compliance and enforcement measures similar to those in place for other producers of controlled substances. They must meet strict security, control and reporting requirements, and they are regularly inspected.
How many of you are out there like, ‘send me all of the recalled marijuana!’?


Tangerine Dream - hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, February, 12th 2015 by THCFinder


If Marijuana Causes Lots Of Crashes, Why Are They So Hard To Count?

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, February, 12th 2015 by THCFinder
mj-causing-lots-of-car-crashesLast year, during a congressional hearing on the threat posed by stoned drivers, a representative of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was asked how many crash fatalities are caused by marijuana each year. “That’s difficult to say,” replied Jeff Michael, NHTSA’s associate administrator for research and program development. “We don’t have a precise estimate.” The most he was willing to affirm was that the number is “probably not” zero.
Michael knows something that grandstanding politicians and anti-pot activists either do not understand or refuse to acknowledge: Although experiments show that marijuana impairs driving ability, the effects are not nearly as dramatic as those seen with alcohol, and measuring the real-world consequences has proven very difficult, as demonstrated by a landmark study that NHTSA released last Friday. In “the first large-scale [crash risk] study in the United States to include drugs other than alcohol,” NHTSA found that, once the data were adjusted for confounding variables, cannabis consumption was not associated with an increased probability of getting into an accident.
Some news outlets accurately reported that result, and some did not, apparently because some reporters actually read the study, while others were content to skim NHTSA’s press release. Such carelessness misleads policy makers who are grappling with the issue of how to determine when people are too stoned to drive. It also aids pot prohibitionists, who cite the prospect of more blood on the highways as an important reason to resist legalization.
The NHTSA study included more than 3,000 drivers who were involved in crashes during a 20-month period in Virginia Beach, Virginia, plus 6,000 controls who drove in the same area during the same period but did not get into accidents. As usual, the study found that alcohol use was strongly correlated with crash risk. After adjustment for confounding, the crash risk for drivers with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent was twice the crash risk for sober drivers; it was six times as high for drivers with a BAC of 0.10 percent and 12 times as high at a BAC of 0.15 percent. But the picture for marijuana was quite different.
Over all, drivers who tested positive for active THC were 25 percent more likely to be involved in crashes. But once the researchers took sex, age, and race/ethnicity into account, the risk ratio shrank from 1.25 to 1.05 and was no longer statistically significant


Goldcaps from Tetralabs

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, February, 11th 2015 by THCFinder


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Can marijuana make you a better athlete?

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, February, 11th 2015 by THCFinder
can-mj-make-better-athletesCan smoking marijuana make you a better athlete? That’s probably a question you hadn’t pondered, given pot’s reputation for creating mellowness and a craving for munchies. But with growing numbers of states legalizing or decriminalizing the drug, Outside magazine decided to answer that question. So author Gordy Megroz ran on a treadmill, skied and performed a host of physical tests under the influence, and he talked to scientists to get their take (not toke) on his performance. Here’s what he found:
“After popping a 10-milligram THC gummy, I experience a slight yet very functional high. But something else stood out: I felt invincible and proceeded to attack the steepest lines without fear.” Stanford Medical School professor Keith Humphreys’s comment: “We have cannabinoid receptors throughout our brains and when the THC hits those receptors, it triggers a system that reduces anxiety,” he told Megroz. Feeling more aggressive “is a natural reaction to the drug.” (Megroz writes that the World Anti-Doping Association bans marijuana in competitions in part because of its anti-anxiety effects.)
Without pot, Megroz ran at a pace of 5 mph, regularly increased the incline on the ramp and ran for 19 minutes until his legs gave out. Later, after taking a hit of pot before getting on the treadmill, “I can still feel the pain, but I’m not fixated on it.” He lasted 30 seconds longer. Rerunning the sober-high comparison twice more on other days produced similar times.
Positive comparisons also emerged for bench pressing (not as sore afterward, which Humphreys says may be due to pot’s anti-inflammatory effect) and mountain biking, when he feels “flowy and fast” — at least until he biked “straight off the trail” after failing to adjust his speed on a turn. Which may be the moral of the story: “You might feel invincible out there,” Humphreys says, “but you’re probably putting yourself in more danger.”
In the end, Megroz says, he ended up preferring “the natural high of a hard run.”



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