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Sour Diesel Concentrate

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder

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Sour Diesel Shatter (Concentrated Medical Cannabis)


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Fight crime not Cannabis

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder

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Got Medical Cannabis?

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder

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Delaware medical marijuana patients in limbo

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
delaware-patients-limboIn 2011, Delaware became the latest state to legalize medical marijuana through a prescription. Since then, the program has been halted while state leaders figure out how to cope with restrictions from the federal government.
 
Delaware's neighbors in New Jersey, and more recently Maryland, have approved medical marijuana.  New Jersey opened one compassion center in Montclair, and is on its way to opening a second farther south. According to state law, Delaware was to have three centers opened, one in each county, by 2013.
 
The delay has frustrated medical marijuana patients like "Bob," who lives in New Castle County.  Bob asked WHYY to withhold his real name because he's afraid of being arrested.  
 
Pain all day
Bob suffers debilitating pain every day as the result of an accident a few years ago.  "It's a whole lot of constant pain all day, everyday.  The pain just doesn't stop."
 
Two years ago, he thought Delaware would finally make it legal for him to access the drug that he believes best helps him manage that pain.  "If I have good medicinal cannabis, I wouldn't have to take any of the opiates, wouldn't have to take any of the Xanax."
 
Bob says the marijuana eases his pain, while still allowing him to feel like himself.  "When I take all these [pills], I can't drive, can't really hold a conversation.  I feel like a zombie. When I'm on pot I can actually be active and talk to people."
 

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College Women Who Smoke Marijuana Are More Likely To Hook Up, Study Finds

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
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First-year female college students who smoke pot are more likely to hook up, especially if they engaged in casual sex before arriving on campus, a study discovered.
 
"Our findings suggest hooking up during the first year of college is influenced by pre-college hook ups, personality, behavioral intentions, the social and situational context, family background and substance use patterns –- particularly marijuana use," Robyn L. Fielder, the study's lead author, said in a statement Wednesday.
 
The study, titled "Predictors of Sexual Hookups: A Theory-Based, Prospective Study of First-Year College Women," surveyed 483 incoming first-year female college students several times over eight months. It was published in May in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, an academic journal. Fielder worked on the research as a doctoral student at Syracuse University with Michael Carey, a Syracuse psychology professor during the research now at Brown University.
 
They defined a hook up as sex between partners who "are not in a committed relationship" and "the interaction is short-term and does not signify that a romantic relationship will begin," reports The Daily Orange, the Syracuse student newspaper. Women who smoked weed and binge-drank alcohol were more likely to engage in oral sex in a hook up situation than women who did not smoke pot or binge-drink. Marijuana consumers had vaginal sex hook ups more often than women who did not smoke pot, according to the study.
 
About one-quarter of all women surveyed had at least one hook up involving either oral sex or vaginal sex during their first year at college, according to an abstract of the study.
 
Pre-college hook ups were the strongest indicator that women would engage in casual sex during their first year of college, according to the study. Other factors increasing the likelihood of hooking up included impulsivity, sensation-seeking, alcohol use, "social comparison orientation" and situational triggers. Race, socioeconomic status, academics, cigarette smoking and "parental connectedness" were not predictive indicators of sexual hook ups, the authors concluded.
 

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AK47 Trichomes

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder

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