Cannabis Again Plays a Role in Latest Police Shooting
Cannabis again plays a key role in the latest police shooting of an African American citizen to spark outrage across the country. The prosecutor for Iowa’s Linn County on Dec. 8 announced that a white police officer will not be charged in the shooting that left an unarmed black motorist paralyzed and sparked protests in Cedar Rapids, the county seat.
The Nov. 1 incident began when Cedar Rapids police officer Lucas Jones stopped motorist Jerime Mitchell over a broken tail-light. A missing tail-light is an infraction punishable by a small fine, but Jones said he detected a “strong smell of marijuana” in the car, and ordered Mitchell to get out. Mitchell reportedly struggled as Jones attempted to place him in handcuffs.
Platinum OG (Indica)
100% Indica phenotype. This strain is called Platinum due to the silvery crystal formation on GIANT buds! Anything but subtle describes the distinct odor of lemony citrus and Pinesol. Definitely full of earthy flavor, although you can certainly detect kushy notes. Very similar to True OG! Characteristic for an indica, an initial slight rush transitions to great mental and body relaxation. This Strain has an intense %u201CCouchlock%u201D effect ! Great Strain for Acute and Chronic Pain, Insomnia, Nausea and Headaches.
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Blackberry Kush (Indica)
Blackberry Kush is a mostly Indica Kush with a strong blackberry smell and pink and red hairs. It truly lives up to its name, with a remarkably strong blackberry / piney / hashy smell. As a potent Indica, Blackberry Kush is couchlock weed, and so it is not recommended for high-activity moments.
Chew, Devour, High: What Happens When You Eat THC
Why do we smoke weed? This question was posed in my last installment of the tales of THC, where we followed THC from the plant, to the brain and out the body. However, it was only discussed in the context of smoking the flower produced from the cannabis plant.
Most cannabis users know that eating your weed, via edibles, gives slightly different effects. Well, they are generally the same effects, but they last longer and are often more intense. But why would the same drug affect us differently?
The answers are not entirely unknown. Let us take a journey with this delectable molecule through our digestive tract and see what happens.
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