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I (Ryan) filmed this at NORMLCON 2011 in Denver, Colorado.
Ziggy and his band played about 8 songs after Friday's Dinner on 4-20 weekend.
Could the chemicals found in marijuana prevent and even heal several deadly cancers? Discover the truth about this ancient medicine as world-renowned scientists in the field of cannabinoid research illustrate their truly mind-blowing discoveries.
What if Cannabis Cured Cancer explains how we are all born with a form of marijuana already in our bodies, and when pot is consumed, the endocannabinoids inside us, along with any cannabinoids we ingest, fit together like a key in a lock.
Thereby promoting the death of cancer cells without harming the body's healthy cells. A powerful and eye-opening film about the future of cannabis, and perhaps even the future of medicine.
What If Cannabis Cured Cancer summarizes the remarkable research findings of recent years about the cancer-protective effects of novel compounds in marijuana and brings to light a host of recent findings that have potentially game-changing implications for the future of marijuana as a medicine. Narrated by Emmy-winning actor Peter Coyote.
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Make it Legal Bands was started in December 2010. Their Bands are made of recycled materials and made by an American based company.
A portion of our proceeds will be going to research. Right now Make It Legal Bands has decided to donate to The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation.
They believe that marijuana is a safer alternative to alcohol and most prescription drugs. Legalizing it would also help boost the economy and create jobs in our troubled times.
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Marijuana for Nonsmokers: Mastering the Cannabis Culinary Arts
Learn 2 quick, easy, and effective recipes for cooking with cannabis.
Not everyone who uses cannabis enjoys the process of inhaling thick, tar-filled smoke into their lungs. While there has never been a medical link established between cannabis smoke and lung cancer or emphysema--as there has been with tobacco smoke--it can cause bronchitis and other breathing difficulties in some people. Luckily, there is an array of alternative methods for ingesting cannabis.
The price of cannabis edibles at the local medical marijuana dispensaries may seem a bit high for some people, ranging between $5-$10 for a single cookie or brownie, and this could be a problem for low-income patients who rely on these edibles as an essential medication.
However, cooking with cannabis yourself is easy and much cheaper. I'll provide two simple recipes here; one for making an all-purpose butter that can be added to any other recipe--for those who enjoy creative gourmet cooking--and another for quickly making an effective, high-orbit cannabis cookie in under 30 minutes.
All-Purpose Cannabis Butter
*1 cube of butter or margarine.
*1 or 2 cups of finely crushed cannabis leaf, or 1/4 to 1/2 of an ounce of finely crushed cannabis buds.
*Melt the cube of butter in a skillet.
*Slowly mix the cannabis leaf into the melted butter, at the very lowest possible "simmering" setting on your stove. Be extremely careful not to burn the plant matter!
*Add a small amount of water to keep the mixture from sticking, but no more than a few tablespoons.
*Cover the skillet, but be sure to repeatedly stir the mixture, and continuously check it, to make sure that it doesn't burn.
*Cook for at least 40 minutes. The longer you cook it, the stronger it becomes, for up to about 12 hours.
*After cooking, then let it cool. This butter is highly psychoactive and can be added to any recipe that you like.
Magic Peanut Butter Treats
*1 big scoop of peanut butter
*1 ounce of finely crushed cannabis leaf, or 1/4 to 1/2 of an ounce of finely crushed cannabis buds.
*A dozen stoned wheat crackers
*Raisins or chocolate chips (optional)
Preheat oven to 290 degrees. Mix the ground cannabis leaf thoroughly with the peanut butter, until it is thick and green, and spread this paste evenly onto the crackers. Lay out the crackers on a cookie sheet, and place this into the oven for 20 to 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool. Add raisins or chocolate chips on the top, if you like, and enjoy.
Sometimes 420 is the only answer worth giving!
Very Happy guy get's on Price Is Right and bids 420 on everything
Kestrel, The First Road Ready Car Built Out Of Hemp!
Marijuana's fibrous cousin hemp has a long history with auto makers. in 1941 Henry Ford unveiled a car body made primarily out of organic fibers, hemp included.
Seventy years later, the world's first production-ready biocomposite electric car-with hemp as the "bio"-will finally hit the streets.
'As a structural material, hemp is about the best.' - Nathan Armstrong, Motive Industries Inc.
The Kestrel, a three-door hatchback, is made of a "hemp composite as strong as the fiberglass in boats, yet incredibly lightweight," A comparably sized Ford Fusion weighs 3,720 pounds, the Kestrel will be just 2,500 pounds with the battery. This may mean a fuel-efficiency increase of 25 to 30 percent.The hemp makes the biocomposite's flexibility similar to the carbon fiber used in racecars.
The Kestrel cars will be built with the help of polytechnic schools in Alberta, Quebec and Toronto. The hemp is being grown in Vegreville, Alta. It will be powered by a motor made by Boucherville, Que.-based TM4 Electrodynamic Systems.
"Plus, it's illegal to grow it in the U.S., so it actually gives Canada a bit of a market advantage," Armstrong added. The U.S. does allow the import of processed hemp.
Kestrel Specifications: From Motive Industries
Architecture: Compact 4 passengers, 3 doors
Drive train: Electric, single speed
Vehicle weight: 850kg
Top speed: 135 km/h
Sources: Popular Science CBC
The Seattle Times is calling for the Washington Legislature to legalize marijuana. In an editorial for Sunday's editions, the newspaper says the time has come for the states to lead a push against federal prohibition. The editorial was posted Friday on The Times' website. (The Seattle Times is the largest daily newspaper in Washington state.)
The newspaper endorses state House Bill 1550, which would legalize marijuana and sell it through state liquor stores to customers over 21 who consume it in private. Times Editorial Page Editor and Associate Publisher Ryan Blethen says the newspaper understands that "a good number of citizens may disagree with our call on this."
The Times editorial board says the prohibition of marijuana has not worked and wastes the resources of the police, the courts and the jails. The editorial suggests it is better to legalize pot, regulate it and tax it.
"MARIJUANA prohibition is more than a practical failure; it has been a misuse of both taxpayer dollars and the government's authority over the people."
"It is critical that we get these details right. Ending marijuana prohibition isn't a panacea, but it's a necessary step in the right direction, and the specifics of a rational regulatory system for marijuana are important."
"Ending marijuana prohibition is pro-law enforcement because it would enhance the legitimacy of our laws and law enforcement. As Albert Einstein said of Prohibition in 1921, "Nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced."
"Even if marijuana remains illegal under federal law, it is still time for Washington state to act. As with alcohol prohibition, collective action by the states will help us end the federal marijuana prohibition and transition to a rational and functional system for regulating and taxing marijuana. The state of Washington should not use the continued existence of the federal prohibition as an excuse for leaving our misguided and wasteful state prohibition system in place." Source: Seattle Times and The Seattle Times Editorial
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