Instagram Series; Blunt Rollers
Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, October, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
Recently, I wrote a piece regarding the appeal of the blunt. All of the people that read it seemed to really enjoy it so here is a list I've compiled with the help of my Instagram followers of the best blunt rollers on Instagram. Whether they're rolling the straightest, most perfect blunts or rolling in the shape of... well... whatever they feel like! These five rollers are incredibly talented and smoking a blunt with any of them would be an honor!
His page was mentioned more than once when I asked my followers who they thought had the best roll. Seriously, he's on top of the roll game. With perfect pearls every time, @sirgoofy deserves the utmost respect for the blunts that he puts up.
Geometric shapes? Flowers? Arrows? Animals? If it's an object, @powerpuff_kid can roll a blunt to look at it! Watching the videos on this page will make your jaw drop. The talent it takes to roll these masterpieces is incredible. Well done!
It makes me extremely happy to have a lady on this countdown! Her feed is total fire and the blunts she rolls are straighter than rulers. They're rolled so well that they can stand straight up on their ends without loosing a bit a bud and without falling over. Can't argue with a girl who knows how to roll.
A newer feed to the Instagram scene (at least for me), he's got his rolling skills pretty perfected. Whether it's a cross blunt or a pearl, @boppin954 is sure to impress you with his rolling skills. He even makes blunts that look like pipes!
Blunts with joint papers rolled on the end? Yes please! Combining joints and blunts is like the ultimate fruit salad! Not only are these beauties nice to look at but they're big too! There's plenty of other awesome rolls on this Instagram feed!
Rolling a blunt is skill that few will learn to master in their smoking lifetime. Most people are just content with glass. I have to admit that a good blunt is totally required every once in a great while, when people are with a large group of friends or it's just a solo sesh but you feel like getting super high. Blunt rolling is an art and these five have it mastered.
Scientists Found a Compound That Keeps Marijuana From Getting You High
Category: News | Posted on Wed, October, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the dopamine-boosting compound in marijuana that, technically speaking, "induces euphoria" — science jargon for "gets you high." It also happens to work on the brain region involved in psychological addiction. Now, a team of researchers has identified a substance that blocks THC's dopamine effect. Why is that important? Let's have a grown-up discussion about weed.
We've already written about the mechanics behind how marijuana makes you feel. But you may be surprised to find out that in the United States, over a million people sought treatment for marijuana dependence in 2009 (Figure 7.8), nearly as many as did for cocaine and heroin combined. While the Marijuana Policy Project points out that 57% of those receiving treatment in the U.S. did so in lieu of serving a prison sentence, people still seek anti-dependence treatment in countries like the Netherlands where marijuana use has been decriminalized.
Like most drugs with addictive potential, THC works by increasing dopamine levels in the "reward centers" of the brain (the ventral tegmental area and the nucleus accumbens). A team led by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the National Institute on Drug abuse found that the drug Ro 61-8048 blocks THC's ability to stimulate dopamine production in the brain's reward centers. Without dopamine, there's no neurological reward to the drug, and no drive to continue using it.
The researchers taught squirrel monkeys to self-administer THC by pushing a lever. Once the monkeys exhibited signs of addiction (in this case, frequent lever pushing), Ro 61-8048 reduced the reward effect of continual THC doses, leading the monkeys to stop seeking additional doses. The same behavior was seen in rats that were taught to dose themselves with WIN 55,212-2, a synthetic THC substitute.
Read more: http://gizmodo.com
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