You’ve got to watch this video. It’s of a police officer who decided to try marijuana he confiscated while on duty. It is hilarious!
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Almost nine out of ten Americans now say that marijuana should be legal if its use is permitted by a doctor, according to nationwide Fox News telephone poll of more than 1,000 registered voters.
80 percent of the poll consisted of self-identified Republicans. The poll revealed a four percent increase in support of doctor-recommended marijuana use since Fox last polled the same question in 2010.
Although, some respondents were divided on whether they believed that “most people who smoke medical marijuana truly need it,” nonetheless, the vast majority of voters agreed that using the plant should be legal if a doctor recommends it.
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This graph shows the medicinal benefits of some of the substances that are in marijuana.
The two most commonly known substances are THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) which is primarily a psychoactive substance that creates the marijuana “high,” and CBD (Cannabidiol) which is a non-psychoactive substance that provides the most medicinal benefits in marijuana because it can act as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, vasorelaxant, antispasmodic, antipsychotic, and much more.
When THC is combined with CBD, it has been found to increase its efficacy while reducing adverse effects. This is true even when only trace amounts of THC are added. CBD works collectively with THC by boosting its medical effects and moderating its psychoactivity.
High quantities of CBD can also found in hemp.
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Random video compilation of famous celebrities smoking marijuana on camera!
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It appears that another Arizona Senator is secretly fighting against Arizona’s medical marijuana program! How do these people keep getting re-elected?
Arizona Senator Kimberly Yee is using her power to pass bill SB 1440, which has the potential to close medical marijuana .
Bill SB 1440 was (supposedly) designed to force dispensaries to label edibles in a fashion that clearly indicates that the edibles are for medicinal purposes only; thus, potentially keeping children from accidentally consuming medical marijuana edibles.
But here is the catch: A first-time violation for any . Therefore, there is no slap on the wrist, no warnings. SB 1440 states that, “The Department [Arizona Department of Health Services] shall immediately revoke the registration certificate of a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary…” That means immediate and permanent closure for any “violating” dispensaries. would result in the permanent closure of the dispensary
Basically, law enforcement could claim that any dispensary had an improperly packaged edible on their shelf and immediately close down the dispensary.
If you’re an Arizona citizen, click here to help oppose this bill.
To read SB 1440, click here.