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Is Cannabis Chocolate the Ultimate Edible?

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, February, 14th 2017 by THCFinder

Cacao beans have been revered since ancient times as food and medicine, considered an aphrodisiac due to the presence of tryptophan, a serotonin booster and phenylethylamine, a stimulant related to amphetamine. Scientists debate whether the beans used to make chocolate have enough of any of these chemicals to make anyone horny, though ethnobotanist and “Medicine Hunter” Chris Kilham has never doubted.

“While there are a great many agents in nature that boost libido and enhance sexual function,” he said, “chocolate alone actually promotes the brain chemistry of being in love.”

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, February, 13th 2017 by THCFinder


Colorado Pot Sales Hit $1.3 Billion, Taxes to Pay for ‘Game-Changing’ Program

Category: News | Posted on Mon, February, 13th 2017 by THCFinder

Colorado is doing something constructive with the millions in marijuana revenue it’s raking in annually.

The Department of Human Services and Governor John Hickenlooper have requested an annual allocation of more than $6 million from the state’s marijuana-tax cash fund for a new program that would offer help to chronic drug users instead of criminalizing and jailing them.

Art Way, senior director for criminal-justice reform and Colorado director with the national Drug Policy Alliance, who worked closely with state agencies in crafting the proposal, believes the impact of this approach is potentially revolutionary for people struggling with addictions to heroin and other heavy narcotics.

In fact, Way believes the project could be a game changer.

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Extract - Smoking Scene

Category: Videos | Posted on Mon, February, 13th 2017 by THCFinder


New Zealand Patients Now Have Easier Access to Medical Marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, February, 13th 2017 by THCFinder

Access to medical marijuana is now easier for New Zealand patients as a top minister deferred the duty of who can get the plant to the Ministry of Health.

The change in the approval process means the Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne will no longer sign off on each individual request for pharmaceutical grade medicinal cannabis products.

“When applications first began to be received it was my view that the final decision appropriately lay at ministerial level, rather than exposing officials to risk, given the complicated and contentious nature of the issue – that is to say the buck stopped with me”, wrote Mr Dunne in a statement.

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