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Very cool Mario Themed Glass

Category: Glass | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder

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GDP Shatter Concentrate

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder

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Granddaddy Purple Shatter


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Got Bud? - My new happy place

Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder

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Guy crushed to death by his own marijuana

Category: Odd | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder
crushed-to-death-by-cannabisVery important lesson for drug traffickers: Do not store your half-ton of weed in the backseat of your car.
 
A Brazilian drug smuggler did just that, police say, and the man was killed when he crashed into a tree while being chased by police ... because the 1,100 pounds of weed came barreling forward and crushed him against the steering wheel. The Daily Mail has the crazy pictures.
 
Federal police started the chase when the man didn't stop at a road block, Jalopnik reports, citing local media.
 
The chase went on for three miles before the as-yet-unidentified man lost control of his car; he was killed instantly.
 

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SFV OG - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder

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Cannabis; the Cure For Cancer?

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, October, 5th 2013 by THCFinder
cannabis-the-sureColorado and Washington legalized weed. Everyone knows this by now. It's been huge news and a giant step for the movement. Now that it's legal, we're definitely going to see how the plant gets used in positive ways, for the good of patients. This is now happening in Colorado Springs, where a mother has decided that her son will not undergo chemotherapy for his leukemia, but will undergo cannabis treatments to combat the cancer.
 
The boy is only three years old and has already tried chemo, which he didn't do so well with. How could he? A three year old is supposed to be playing and enjoying their new life. Not hooked up to cell killing machines that may or (more likely) may not cure him. The boy's mother said that within the first three months of her son being on chemo, she could see him dying.
 
The subject of children and marijuana is a complicated one. Some doctors are okay with it and some are not. Since Colorado allows both medical and recreational, the choice was an easy one for Sierra Riddle. Doctors are able to give the young boy marijuana capsules that are filled with liquid. He takes these pills four times a day, rather than the numerous different kinds of pills that people in chemo are put on. Thanks to these pills, Landon Riddle is now in remission.
 
The negative side of this news is that someone who clearly doesn't believe in the power of cannabis ended up calling CPS on the family. This is absolutely insane, as the medicines that are given to children every day are far more dangerous than cannabis. As an adult, I have taken both Zoloft and Ativan as prescribed by my doctor. Those two pills alone were enough to make me feel like I was trying to swim through molasses. I've also taken Adderall, which most kids are on these days and that makes me freak out. I can't imagine the effect it would have on a child. Marijuana should be the first treatment tried, not the last.
 
More studies are needed on the relation of cannabis that is ingested by children. I do believe that children can benefit from cannabis that's high in CBD rather than THC if they are ill and need medicine. At least cannabis is a nonaddictive substance. Most pills that you can get at the pharmacy are addictive. Trying a natural cure first wouldn't hurt anybody, would it?

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