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Phantom Cookies Cannabis Seeds

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, September, 30th 2013 by THCFinder

phantom-cookies-weedPhantom Cookies - Who Doesn't Like Cookie Dough? Instead of pumping out another Girl Scout Cookie copycat, Grand Daddy Purp's Ken Estes crafted his own take on this trend. 

 

These scrumptious cannabis seeds have a satisfying flavour that's tastes like sweet, gooey cookie dough & who doesn't like cookie dough when the munchies hit? With independent testing that shows THC as high as 23% and yields as high as 2 pounds per plant, there is absolutely nothing not to love about Phantom Cookies!

 

Here's something else you're going to love - Gorilla Seeds sells a 10 pack of Phantom Cookies Seeds for just £54.99 - a real bargain! Gorilla also offers world-wide shipping & discreet packaging.


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National Cancer Institute: Cannabis Has Antitumor Capabilities, Is An Appetite Stimulant And Painkiller

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, September, 26th 2013 by THCFinder
cannabis-has-antituor-capabilitiesIn claims that are in vast contrast to those of the Drug Enforcement Administrationand other government entities, the government-funded National Cancer Institute has a report published on its website which proclaims several benefits of cannabis and cannabinoids, citing numerous scientific studies to back their claims. The page was updated last month.
 
The report starts by explaining what cannabinoids are;”Cannabinoids are a group of 21-carbon-containing terpenophenolic compounds produced uniquely by Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica species”, the report continues, “These plant-derived compounds may be referred to as phytocannabinoids. Although delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary psychoactive ingredient, other known compounds with biologic activity are cannabinol, cannabidiol (CBD), cannabichromene, cannabigerol, tetrahydrocannabivarin, and delta-8-THC. CBD, in particular, is thought to have significant analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity without the psychoactive effect (high) of delta-9-THC.”
 
The report then goes on to talk about the potential antitumor capabilities of cannabis and cannabinoids.
 
“One study in mice and rats suggested that cannabinoids may have a protective effect against the development of certain types of tumors.” They continue; “Cannabinoids may cause antitumor effects by various mechanisms, including induction of cell death, inhibition of cell growth, and inhibition of tumor angiogenesis invasion and metastasis. One review summarizes the molecular mechanisms of action of cannabinoids as antitumor agents. Cannabinoids appear to kill tumor cells but do not affect their nontransformed counterparts and may even protect them from cell death.”
 
The NCI clearly doesn’t agree with the government’s stance that cannabis has “no accepted medical value”.
 
According to the report; “An in vitro study of the effect of CBD on programmed cell death in breast cancer cell lines found that CBD induced programmed cell death, independent of the CB1, CB2, or vanilloid receptors. CBD inhibited the survival of both estrogen receptor-positive and estrogen receptor-negative breast cancercell lines, inducing apoptosis in a concentration-dependent manner while having little effect on nontumorigenic, mammary cells.”
 
In addition, the report states, “both plant-derived and endogenous cannabinoids have been studied for anti-inflammatory effects.”
 

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GoldMist

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, September, 26th 2013 by THCFinder

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Do you need GoldMist™ Oral Spray for relief but cannot visit a dispensary? Now California medical cannabis patients can order GoldMist and other TetraLabs smoke-free products online and get personal delivery anywhere in California.

 

GoldMist Oral Spray.GoldMist is an oral spray containing natural cannabinoids, including THC. Medicate discreetly anywhere, anytime. Just spray it several times anywhere in your mouth and wait 15 minutes. GoldMist is absorbed quickly through the mucous membranes of the mouth. Try not to swallow. Adjust dosage by counting the number of sprays.

 

GoldMist contains only ultra-pure natural cannabinoids, grain alcohol, natural flavoring and sweetener. You can see there’s no powdered cannabis, hashish, kif or hash oil. There are no molds, pesticides, solvents, bacteria, toxins or other contaminants. That’s why GoldMist is safe even for patients with suppressed immune systems.

 

GoldMist Oral Spray provides a clinically precise, metered dose thanks to precision formulation and professional manufacturing. You can count on the same effect from every GoldMist atomizer no matter where and when you buy it. GoldMist is available in 3.5ml glass atomizers that dispense approximately 80 sprays each with 2.5mg THC.

 

Enroll today in TetraLabs Patient Direct.

Get $20 off and free home delivery

on any order over $100.* A $40 value.

 

Order Discreetly and Save $40.  California medical cannabis patients can join the TetraLabs Collective and order smoke-free TetraLabs products online and our driver will deliver anywhere in California. And get $20 off plus free home delivery on any order over $100.* A $40 value. Also available in many California dispensaries. For a dispensary list, click here.

Enroll here with Coupon Code: THCFinder5

 

Four Smoke-Free Alternatives.  Just swallow a GoldCap™, 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™ Personal vaporizer. Or use PureGold™ Squeeze Tubes to refill the GoldPen or other vaporizers.

 

Unrivaled Purity and Consistency.  TetraLabs produces pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products that contain the highest-purity, natural cannabinoids available. No other company in the industry offers our levels of quality, dependability and repeatability. GoldCaps contain only PureGold and grape seed oil. GoldMist contains only PureGold, grain alcohol and flavorings. GoldPen cartridges and PureGold Squeeze Tubes contain only ultra-pure natural cannabinoids with a touch of limonene. Crystal-clear contents mean you can see there’s no powdered cannabis, hashish, kif or hash oil. There are also no molds, pesticides, solvents, bacteria, toxins or other contaminants. That’s why our products are safe even for patients with suppressed immune systems.

 

Questions? Email info@tetralabs.com

 

*Offer expires 10-26-13. One coupon per patient. California TetraLabs collective members only


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Marijuana: The Next Diabetes Drug?

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, September, 24th 2013 by THCFinder
cannabis-the-new-diabetes-drugPatient comments were that: "Marijuana alleviates my pain," and "I started smoking marijuana to help my pain and it cured my Diabetes". With these two comments, I decided that I must browse the web to see if anybody else found that marijuana really did alleviate the Diabetes neuropathy pain.
 
It has been known in Great Britain where Cannabis as medicine was first introduced for obstetrical pain with Queen Victoria about 1850 that Cannabis/marijuana was effective for pain. The news got to the U.S. in a few months and the greatest use was in our Civil War to get wounded Veterans off opium and alcohol, which it successfully did.
 
In addition to its medical use, "Turkish parlors" (hash parlors) sprung up like mushrooms and were presumably used mostly by women who back in those days did not work outside of their homes. This was in the pre-"wine in the afternoon days".
 
Most people today are not aware that marijuana was very much socially acceptable, especially in the United States, between 1880 and 1941. Here is an excerpt from DrugLibrary.org: "...New York City, where marijuana "tea pads" were established about 1920. They resembled opium dens or speakeasies except that prices were very low; a man could get high for a quarter on marijuana smoked in the pad, or for even less if he bought the marijuana at the door and took it away to smoke.
 
"Most of the marijuana, it was said, was harvested from supplies growing wild on Staten Island or in New Jersey and other nearby states; marijuana and hashish imported from North Africa were more potent and cost more. These tea pads were tolerated by the city, much as alcohol speakeasies were tolerated. By the 1930s there were said to be 500 of them in New York City alone."
 
Getting to the subject, I looked up Marijuana for Diabetes and found a few references to pain (neuropathy) but when I punched up marijuana for diabetic neuropathy I discovered a tsunami with maybe about 35,000 posts. What I found was astonishing!
 
I found that millions of patients are afflicted with Diabetic neuropathy and it can affect almost every body system with neuropathy in the feet being the most troublesome. I also discovered the most common medications were, in a word, ridiculous. Those were: Tricyclic anti-depressants, other anti-depressants, anti-convulsants, opiates and opioids, and gabapentin (neurontin). None of these work well for the pain, and in effect cause Zombification.
 
Another list from 1999, by Dr. Aaron Vinik, included: Capsaicin (from chili peppers), Clondine, a brain depressant, Gabapentin (neurontin), Carbomazpine (an epilepsy drug), Dialantin (another anti-epileptic), and anti-depressants, again. I shuddered at this list.
 
The next oldest reference was from 2003 by Dr. Derrick Wade, at Oxford University, who wrote about neuro-genic symptoms which I conclude is "pain".
 
It is interesting to me that Dr. Sanjay Gupta in his "WEED epiphany" mentioned that marijuana was used in the U.S. to treat neuropathic pain until 1943. No reference was given. One reference in Nat Med Talk stated that the U.S. Government has a patent for the use of Cannabis for the treatment of neuropathic pain.
 

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Medical marijuana faces uphill climb to be legalized in N.C.

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sun, September, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
medical-marijuana-legalization-ncIt didn’t get a lot of attention, ended abruptly and took a back seat to the likes of tax reform and the budget, but the issue of medical marijuana legalization in North Carolina did get a hearing this year in the Republican-controlled legislature.
 
Rep. Kelly Alexander Jr., D-Mecklenburg, sponsored a bill he said would have “permitted dispensaries to be created in North Carolina, and would have permitted it (medical marijuana) to be taxed and appropriately regulated.”
 
His efforts were quickly shut down – but not before a brief hearing.
 
“It got one of the fastest hearings in the Rules Committee of the long session, and it was reported out unfavorably from Rules after about 15 to 20 minutes of discussion,” Alexander said. “By putting it on the ‘unfavorable calendar,’ that pretty much meant you’d have to get a two-thirds vote to pull it off the calendar and get it considered on the floor, which of course didn’t happen because the majority leadership wasn’t in favor of that.”
 
Parking the bill on the unfavorable calendar also means it cannot be considered again during the two-year session, though a restructured measure could get a hearing if there is political will.
 

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Message Of Marijuana Reform Receives Warm Reception In Missouri

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sun, September, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
mmj-warm-receptionWe held town hall meetings in Jefferson City and Columbia this week, and both drew supportive crowds eager to know how they can advance the cause. On Monday, our meeting in Jefferson City attracted more than 25 marijuana law reform advocates. Many of them expressed an interest in lobbying our elected officials at the state capitol once the legislature starts its new session in January.
 
The Columbia town hall was an even greater success, thanks largely to the efforts of SMCR board chair, criminal defense attorney, and longtime Columbia resident Dan Viets. I wasn’t able to make it to the event, but Dan sent along this write-up:
 
A standing-room only crowd of more than 100 assembled at the Daniel Boone Public Library in Columbia Thursday night for a Marijuana Town Hall Meeting. They heard statements from Missouri Representatives Chris Kelly and Rory Ellinger that they are seriously considering filing bills to tax and regulate cannabis like alcohol, allow access to medical marijuana and/or decriminalize non-medical possession.
 
Kelly said he needs to be persuaded that the movement for legalization in Missouri is capable of putting together a winning campaign. He acknowledged that money is an important and necessary element of such a campaign, but said he also wants to see a winning campaign strategy.
 
His bill may ask the legislature to place the issue on the ballot and leave the final decision up to the voters. This would save the movement the need to spend great amounts of money just to get the issue on the ballot, and then have to raise more money for the campaign to pass the proposal.
 
Columbia Daily Tribune Publisher and Editor Hank Waters joined in, calling for full legalization, and conservative Tribune columnist and radio personality Bob Roper agreed. I offered opening comments and moderated the discussion.
 
Several audience members extolled the virtues of hemp as an agricultural commodity and a new revenue source for Missouri farmers. It was noted that Missouri was, and could again be, one of the major hemp producing states.
 
Several patients talked about their need for access to marijuana for medical reasons. Rep Ellinger has been the leading proponent of expanded expungement laws in Missouri, including allowing for expungement of cannabis offenses.
 
SMCR is drafting a proposal to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol which could be the basis for an initiative effort. SMCR may also ask Reps. Kelly and Ellinger to introduce the draft as a bill in the Missouri General Assembly, which could be in addition to an initiative effort or an alternative to one.
 

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