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Medicated Patches

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, July, 2nd 2014 by THCFinder
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If you're trying to quit smoking butts, you're probably familiar with the patches that are sold in order to ween the body off of nicotine. These patches are discreet and are the choice way to quit smoking... But if you're not looking to quit cigarettes but are instead, trying to find a sneaky way to medicate throughout the day, then these new patches are definitely something you want to check out. If you have a prescription for medical marijuana, chances are you can find these patches at your local dispensary.
 
The patches are made by a few different companies. Each one contains a 10mg transdermal patch that the user can put on their skin. There are instructions included but they are very simple. Gently clean the area that you want to place the patch on with isopropyl alcohol and then simply stick the patch on. The makers do recommend that the patch be applied to a venous part of your body, such as the ankles and wrists, so that there is optimum medication happening. With a lifespan of 12 hours, these patches are great for patients who have a long day of work/chemo/or are just feeling not so great.
 
Since a lot of patients can't smoke marijuana due to their illness, products like these THC patches are extremely beneficial. Without the questionable act of smoking involved, patients are able to medicate safely and in secret. They don't have to worry about smoke, smelling like the plant, or randomly setting off smoke alarms. Plus the long lasting effects are great for chronic ailments. And while the patches do contain THC, they don't make the users f

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Yoda OG Nugs - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Yoda OG - Indica

An indica-dominant hybrid. Looks like Yoda in marijuana Form. Like its OG brothers and sisters, this bud contains those beautiful orange strains spouting out of its light green core. It is completely covered in crystals with swollen trichome heads looking to burst.


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Marijuana And Schizophrenia

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
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Remember how in Reefer Madness, they tried to convince us that cannabis would make us crazy? That, if you chose to indulge in the Devil's Lettuce, you would cackle like a madman and either kill your friends or go off on some sort of sex rampage. Anti-cannabis crusaders have also used the argument that cannabis makes you crazy, with some studies "proving" that cannabis would actually make you crazy. Not until now did anyone think that maybe, possibly, the theory could be reversed.
 
The connection between cannabis and possibly one of the most frightening of all mind effecting afflictions, schizophrenia, has been disputed for years. While those against weed claim that it's clear that pot makes people crazy, a new study released by the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College in London severely deflates the idea that cannabis causes psychosis. In the study, it was shown that a gene related to schizophrenia actually may lead to marijuana use and not the other way around. Robert Power, the man in charge of the study told Reuters in an interview, "We know that cannabis increases the risk of schizophrenia. Our Study certainly does not rule this out, but it suggests that there is likely to be an association in the other direction as well - that a pre-disposition to schizophrenia also increases your likelihood of cannabis use."
 
The official conclusions went as follows; "Although considerable evidence implicates cannabis use as a component cause of schizophrenia, it remains unclear whether this is entirely due to cannabis directly raising risk of psychosis, or whether the same genes that increases psychosis risk may also increase risk of cannabis use. Although directly predicting only a small amount of the variance in cannabis use, these findings suggest that part of the association between schizophrenia and cannabis is due to a shared genetic aetiology."
 
So basically what this says is that they're not sure what came first, the chicken or the egg? Whether or not marijuana causes psychosis is still unclear. Or perhaps there is something else causing both of the problems. Bottom line is that no one is sure if weed will cause a development of schizophrenia. So the next time that someone tries to use that argument that it does, you can tell them that they shouldn't be so sure.

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Would you rock this nug wear?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Pueblo County Approves Recreational Marijuana Club Rules

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder
pueblo-county-mj-rulesI have not visited Colorado this year yet, but I definitely want to. Starting January 1st, recreational marijuana sales have been occuring all over Colorado. While price gouging is common, I still want to go into a store and make a legal purchase so that I can scratch it off of my marijuana bucket list. My Oregon friends that have traveled to Colorado have told me that the only knock they have on Colorado is that it’s hard to find legal places to consume marijuana as an out of state resident. You can’t consume marijuana in public, and most hotels don’t allow consumption in their rooms, which makes it hard to consume the marijuana that was legally purchased at a store.
 
It sounds like in Pueblo County, Colorado marijuana clubs have been approved that will help with that situation. Last week Pueblo County commissioners voted to approve some changes to marijuana club rules. Marijuana clubs must follow rules outlined in the Indoor Clean Air Act, which means no smoking indoors – smoking has to occur on a patio out of public view. Vaporizers and edibles are OK inside of the facilities. Selling marijuana is forbidden at the clubs, and club owners can’t be affiliated with retail outlets.
 
The clubs do allow guest passes and/or temporary memberships to allow out of state customers to frequent the establishments. Per The Pueblo Chieftain:
 
Tommy Eubanks spoke in favor of the ordinance. He said he was from Texas and that his wife suffers from multiple sclerosis.
 
“We’re spending about $10,000 to $15,000 in this county but there’s nowhere for us to experiment to see what works for us,” he said.
 
Medical marijuana clubs have existed for a long time in other states. However, these clubs are for patients, not the general public. I can’t wait to go to Colorado, make my first legal purchase, and hangout at a club to talk the toke.
 

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Space Creep

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, July, 1st 2014 by THCFinder

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Space Creep


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