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The Florida Problem

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, November, 12th 2014 by THCFinder
the-florida-problemStoners in Florida will very upset with the turnout of the polls earlier this month. Yes on Amendment 2 didn’t do as well as people had hoped and it was shot down in the polls, with numbers far too close for comfort. But even with all of the handwork that was put forth by supporters, they couldn’t argue with the outstanding amount of money that a casino owner felt compelled to donate to the No on 2 party. But that isn’t putting a damper on the people who want to see cannabis legal. There will be a statewide referendum effort coming in 2016. 
 
 
Florida legislature currently allows the use of the non-psychoactive form of cannabis called Charlotte’s Web to be administered to those patients who are severely suffering from illnesses such as epilepsy and similar problems. The sunshine state has pushed for medical marijuana legalization in full but has yet to see results, mostly thought to be because of the amount of retired conservatives that inhabit the state. Even though Amendment 2 had enemies, John Morgan, one of the people behind Amendment 2, says that many opponents never said that they opposed the measure, they just didn’t like the wording. Leave it to the government to twist something good in to something bad, right?
 
 
With 57% of votes saying yes to 2, it’s confusing for some as to why the ballot lost. Unfortunately, there needed to be 60% of reported votes in support of cannabis. This seems pretty unfair, considering the old saying “majority rules” but Morgan brings a good point to the table. “If the first battle determined how wars turned out, you know, Great Britain would be called Germany and we’d be kissing kings asses. This is just the first battle and I plan to win the war.” Well said, John Morgan. 
 
 
The second battle will be filled with obstacles as well as Calvina Fay, executive director of Drug Free America, who is ready to fight back against those who support the plant. She has said that Florida needs to consider the idea of impaired drivers, the kids, and what the plant does to cause harm to those who use it. “Marijuana is a drug,” Fay said. “The key is to find out what is helpful and separate that from what is harmful and find a way to deliver it in a safe way.” To be honest, the safest way to deliver marijuana is the way in which the government doesn’t interfere. Numbers in Washington and Colorado haven’t proved that traffic accidents have increased, nor have they shown the increase of youth cannabis use. Additionally, Fay wants to know the negative effects of cannabis? The worst part about marijuana is getting caught with it. 

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Amazing Goldcaps from Tetralabs

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, November, 11th 2014 by THCFinder

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GoldCaps Are Consistent.  GoldCaps are softgels that you swallow. They provide a clinically precise, metered oral dose thanks to precision formulation and professional softgel manufacturing equipment. You can count on the same effect from every GoldCap softgel every time. Onset occurs in one to two hours and effects last 6 to 12 hours. GoldCaps are available in 10mg, 25mg, 35mg and 50mg dosages. GoldCaps contain only pure cannabinoids in grape seed oil, and are encapsulated in pharmaceutical-grade gelatin.

 

Four Smoke-Free Alternatives.  Just swallow a GoldCap Oral Softgel and go about your business with all-day relief. Or use the faster-acting GoldMist Oral Spray as if it were a breath freshener. Or get instant relief with the GoldPen Vaporizer, which looks just like an electronic cigarette and precisely vaporizes PureGold without combustion. Or use PureGold Squeeze Tubes to refill the GoldPen or other vaporizers.

 

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Purple Kush - Indica Strain

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, November, 11th 2014 by THCFinder

 

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Purple Kush - Indica

This pure indica medicinal strain comes from California. In that state's medical community she is considered an "elite clone", meaning that it is only available as a cutting. Not to worry if you are a medical marijuana patient in California - this strain can be found at various dispensaries throughout the state. Patients there praise Purple Kush's deep body stone as a good treatment for pain and depression.


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Ban of medical marijuana in hospitals threatens sick children

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, November, 11th 2014 by THCFinder
ban-of-mmj-in-hospitcals-threatens-sick-childrenDIXFIELD, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Twelve-year-old Cyndiamae Meehan loves painting and drawing to express herself. Watching her, it's hard to believe that she couldn't paint with a steady hand several months ago.
 
"We noticed the cognitive brightening, we notice her talking more with us when she's coloring, she is looking at the shape she is coloring instead of randomly coloring a page," said Cyndiamae's mother, Susan Meehan.
 
Things that never happened before, like running, playing, feeding herself, are now a reality because of medical marijuana, according to her parents. Cyndiamae has Dravet Syndrome, a rare and severe form of epilepsy, that left her with constant seizures. The seizures turned off her brain and kept her from developing at a normal pace. After trying 23 different epileptic drugs with little success, her neurologist suggested that Cyndimae and her family move from their Connecticut home to Maine, where she could be legally treated with medical marijuana or cannabis.
 
Once in Maine, Meehan began using a rescue medication consisting of specific marijuana strains whenever her daughter had a grand mal seizure. This type of seizure causes a loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions. Family members started taking video of the seizures to show Cyndimae's doctors. The video shows that once given the rescue medication, the seizure slowly stops. In the past ten months, Meehan said she has weaned Cyndimae off all of her medications.
 
"Without the cannabis, we would still be in that situation where she would be so drugged she couldn't eat. She is up to 85 pounds now which is just amazing. Her muscle tone is good," said Meehan.
 
Meehan said that medical marijuana saved her daughter's life. It is a controversial treatment, but more parents are turning to it for seizure treatment. Four-year old Kaylee Brown suffered her first seizure at 9-months-old.
 
"It ended turning into a full blow very severe seizure. She was turning blue, salivating profusely and when we go to the hospital she finally responded to medications," Kalyee's mother, Samantha Brown.
 
Doctors prescribed Kaylee medications that caused horrible side effects and more seizures. Kaylee was eventually diagnosed with a mild form of Dravet syndrome. After hearing other success stories, Brown began Kaylee on cannabis and tried weaning her daughter off other medications. The combination was too much for the small child, and doctors put Kaylee in a medically iunduced coma this past summer. Kaylee was transferred to Maine Medical Center and while at the hospital, the neurologist on duty discovered that Kaylee was using medical marijuana and asked Brown if she had the drug with her.
 

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Double the fun

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, November, 11th 2014 by THCFinder

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FBI: Marijuana Arrests Down, Enforcement Still Wastes Over 457 Million Annually

Category: News | Posted on Tue, November, 11th 2014 by THCFinder
wasting-money-fighting-against-marijuanaNew arrest data has been released by the F.B.I., which shows that marijuana arrests have declined, but an enormous amount of money is still being wasted on enforcing failed policies. Below is a reaction from NORML and StopTheDrugWar.Org:
 
By Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director
 
The FBI’s annual Uniform Crime Report was released this morning and provides an updated look at the total number of marijuana arrests law enforcement made across the country in 2013.
 
The good news is that numbers are down slightly from 2012’s arrest figures. In 2012, there were about 749,825 marijuana arrests (compared to 757,969 in 2011).
 
The new report shows a modest decrease in arrests. In 2013, there was a total of 693,481 arrests made for marijuana charges, with the overwhelming majority of these being for simple possession. Law enforcement made about 609,423 arrests for possession alone, a decrease of 48,808 arrests compared to 2012. While we may be seeing slight decreases due to the growing number of states who have begun to reform their marijuana policies, the fact that over 600,000 individuals are still being arrested for a non-violent act shows how much work we have left to do in ending our disastrous prohibition of marijuana.
 
Using the ACLU low-level estimate of cost per arrest ($750), the minimum enforcement cost for the 609,423 individuals put in handcuffs for just marijuana possession in 2013 would be in excess of $457,067,250.
 

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