That Scary moment when you are almost out of WEED
Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, November, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
Miley Cyrus sparks marijuana controversy onstage at MTV European Music Awards
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, November, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
Miley Cyrus knows how to light up a room, and on Sunday the "Wrecking Ball" singer decided to light up in a room — at the MTV European Music Awards in Amsterdam. Right after accepting the best music video award, Cyrus, onstage, pulled out what MTV News reports was a marijuana joint and took a smoke.
"I couldn't fit this award in my bag but I did find this, so thank you guys very much," Cyrus said as she pulled what looked like a joint out of her purse and lit up as fans cheered her.
MTV edited out footage of the star smoking when airing the EMAs in the United States, according to Deadline.
Though the network's website headlined its report "Miley Smokes Weed Onstage," whether what the 20-year-old smoked was actually marijuana has not been confirmed. Cyrus' representatives have not yet responded to requests for comment.
Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com
Allergic To THC?
Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, November, 12th 2013 by THCFinder
Have you ever had a friend that turns down the bowl when it's their turn in the rotation? Every time someone denies the ganja, the entire group needs a viable reason as to why. Sometimes, the person has smoked too much or maybe they're just not in the mood. There is always that one chance though that you'll get the friend that says "No thanks, I'm allergic."
Whoa... What? Allergic to pot? While a lot of stoners will laugh at their friend, call them a wimp, and try to pressure them to take a hit, stop and think. Marijuana is a weed and the human body can develop allergies to every single thing that exists in the world. There are other people who are allergic to apples. It's not a joke. Our bodies are mysterious and sometimes, our cells just aren't feeling the substances we eat, touch, or smell. Since marijuana is a plant that produces pollen, it is completely logical that there is a percent of the population that will develop a cannabis allergy. The pollen from the plant can cause red eyes, itchy nose, and sinus problems as well as skin rashes in certain cases.
While touching the plant cause cause reactions in the body, so can smoking it. To those who develop a cannabis allergy, the inhalation of the plant can cause severe asthma, as well as hives. Not only is the plant itself always the cause of this issue but buds that haven't been cured properly can develop types of mold that some people are allergic to as well. So the person may not be allergic to the marijuana itself but the other allergens that have infected the bud. The type of mold, named aspergillus, causes allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis and hypersensitivity pneumonitis.
It gets even worse when it comes to the medibles aspect of marijuana. Eating weed is a different way to utilize the cannabis plant but those who may be allergic, beware. Ingesting marijuana while knowing that an allergy exists is not a good idea. The effects of ingested marijuana of an allergy afflicted person are the same as if someone with a peanut allergy indulging in a peanut butter sandwich. The treatment of a marijuana food allergy is treated how any other food allergy is treated; with an Epi-Pen.
So before poking fun at a friend that claims to be allergic to ganja, remember that it is possible. There are people in the world that allergic to water. The human body is made of water so these poor people are technically allergic to themselves. Since cannabis is a plant and produces pollen, it's totally possible for people to develop allergies to it.
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