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November 2014 High Times, page 102 Narc Shadow

In the November 2014 of High Times. There is an article called Narc  Shadows.  I found several things in the article in regard to the individuals being interviewed, military background. 503 more words

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Cannabis finds its way into the treatment of Crohn’s disease


Experimental evidence suggests the endogenous cannabinoid system may protect against colonic inflammation, leading to the possibility that activation of this system may have a therapeutic role in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). 238 more words

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Veterans with Parkinson's disease

The diagnosis can be shocking, unbelievable and crushing. I was diagnosed while still on active duty at the age of 37.  That was 7 years ago. 451 more words

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Denver-area veterans given free marijuana at unusual event

DENVER – An event targeted at veterans handed out free marijuana to hundreds of people on Saturday, including edibles and medicinal versions of the plant, all in an effort organizers say was designed to help vets in need. 188 more words

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Prescription Painkiller Deaths Up Again, FDA Cool With It

Via High Times:

By Mike Stobbe, AP

While marijuana remains federally illegal, overdose deaths from powerful painkillers are still rising in the US.

In 2011, there were more than 41,000 drug overdose deaths nationwide, up from more than 38,000 the previous year. 379 more words

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The Boundless Benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD)

Via-420 Times:

For decades, delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) was the cannabinoid that received all the consideration and interest due to the psychoactive effects it offers its consumers when smoked, vaporized or processed via decarboxylation and then ingested. 946 more words

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‘F**k it, I Quit’ News Anchor Charlo Greene Explains Why She Said it [Watch]

One day after quitting her job live on the air at KTVA, Charlo Greene is explaining her reason behind making the memorable exit from the TV station … in a cockeyed kinda way. 308 more words

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