Marijuana Opponent Tries To Tie Marijuana To Terrorism
Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, October, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
MarijuanReefer Madnessa opponents are getting desperate. Within the last week or so, Dr. Christian Thurstone of Project S.A.M. tried to insinuate that the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri was the result of marijuana consumption. Also, a marijuana opponent at an Oregon debate stated that five babies have died as a result of marijuana in Colorado, which was blatantly false. And in one of the saddest articles I’ve ever read, marijuana opponent Cliff Kincaid is suggesting that marijuana is the cause of terrorist acts. Below is an excerpt from his article, which I encourage all readers to leave a comment on:
Zehaf-Bibeau was an Islamist, as well as a pothead. In another notorious case of jihad, one of the Boston Marathon bombers, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was not only a dope smoker but a dealer.
It appears that Dzhokhar’s brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev was implicated in a Jewish triple murder case in which thousands of dollars’ worth of marijuana and money were left covering the bodies. All three victims’ throats were slashed.
It may be too early to draw a direct connection between jihad, marijuana, and mass murder, but it is worth considering whether consumption of the drug can alter the mind to such an extent that jihad becomes appealing to some mentally unstable individuals.
We also have the case of Michael Brown, the black thug who was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri. An autopsy and toxicology report finds that he had marijuana in his system and had been a user for some time.
There is no hint of jihad here, only anti-police violence. But the role of marijuana in this violent confrontation deserves extensive coverage, not just a footnote. Trayvon Martin, the black juvenile delinquent shot and killed after he assaulted anti-crime activist George Zimmerman, also smoked marijuana regularly.
The article left me almost speechless. This shows just how dumb some members of the anti-marijuana community are. Michael Brown was not a ‘black thug.’ Trayvon Martin’s murder was not the result of his marijuana consumption, it was the result of a man shooting him. ‘It may be too early to draw a direct connection between jihad, marijuana, and mass murder…’ No sh#t Sherlock. It’s not just ‘too early,’ as there’s no correlation between marijuana and people getting murdered or murdering others. Mr. Kincaid’s article is inaccurate, offensive, and I hope that all TWB readers contact him and let them know what they think of his reefer madness. Shame on you Mr. Kincaid.
Black Cherry Soda - Indica
Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, October, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
Could Cannabis Treat Degenerative Brain Disorders
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, October, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
Could Cannabis Treat Sports Injuries?
Professional athletes suffer from a multitude of injuries in their careers. Everything from broken ankles to fractured skulls to severe concussions, these people get hit hard. Professional football players have been shown to develop certain illnesses later in life that effect their motor skills and memory.
The most common diagnosis for sports players is Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, also known at CTE. This degenerative brain ailment is found in professional sports players, as well as Hepatic Encephalopathy (HE). HE is a loss of brain function due to liver disease. This results from the pain pills that are given to athletes in order to help with other ailments. Marvin Washington, a former NFL player and a spokesperson for the company funding athlete research, KannaLife, backs the search for CBD based treatments as an alternative to the “traditional” ones. “The pain pills they’re taking now, I think they’re heavy on your lungs and kidneys. They can eat the lining up out of your stomach,” Washington said.
The company KannaLife has signed a license with the National Institutes of Health in order to develop treatments. These new ideas will be up for the Food and Drug Administration approval within three to five years, hopefully in time to save a few brain cells and livers from the damage that sports lead to. KannaLife isn’t going to limit it’s reach though. They’re not looking to help only athletes but all patients with degenerative brain diseases.
A study recently published in the journal Biochemical Society Transactions and published at the National Institute Of Heath has found that the brain’s endocannabinoid system has neuroprotective and immunomodulatory capabilities. Not only that but the use of cannabis may lead to the growth of stem cells. This information could really benefit those suffering from all different kinds of degenerative brain disorders.
Medicated Banana Shake Recipe
Category: Recipes | Posted on Mon, October, 27th 2014 by THCFinder
Even though the cold weather is coming, people still crave some chilly beverages. And we all know that bananas are delicious. As well as milkshakes. People love milkshakes. What’s better tasting when you’re stoned than a milkshake from McDonalds? While this shake is a bit more healthy than the stuff you can get from the drive through, it is medicated and will surely give you a nice buzz. Keep in mind that for this recipe, you will need THC infused milk, which is very easy to make and that recipe is also on the THCFinder website for your convenience!
What You’ll Need;
1 large scoop of ice cream
2 cups of THC milk
3 small bananas
The recipe is incredibly easy! First, take your apple and peel it. After it’s peeled, be sure to core it and remove all of the seeds. Once you’ve prepared the apple, peel the bananas as well. Take most of your ingredients (except for the milk and ice cream) and place them in a blender for 30 seconds or until the mixture is smoothly blended. Add in the ice cream and the milk. Mix everything together with a spoon until it is the right consistency. You can also blend again for another 30 seconds if you wish. Pour the mixture in to a glass and top with whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry. Drink slowly, as to not get a brain freeze, and enjoy the awesome feeling you get from this amazing drink!
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