Posts filled under #marijuana

The Glowpipe crew would l

The Glowpipe crew would like to thank those who joined the #glowpipesuniverse and everyone else who visited our booth. Thanks for coming to @theseattlehempfest over this last weekend. Remember to charge your #glowpipe for a few minutes before you glow it up! "Don't be left in the dark"- Glowpipes @hyper_kuiper #glowfrosttwisthammerbubbler #onelove #zenlife #zen #positiveenergy #glowpipes #belikewater #ikproductions #seattle #seattlehempfest #kush #seattlehempfest2017 #weedmaps #weed #ganga #glowing #freedom #usa #myrtleedwardspark #thc #washington #pothead #marijuana #420 #stoner #seattlewashington #spaceneedle #pothead #stoner #glowinthdarkglasspipes

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Clovers??? THIS is the luckiest plant of them all For the last two months I've had a spot of #eczema on my hand that wouldn't budge. A few nights ago my mom bought some CBD oil with a low amount of THC, meant to be taken under the tongue. I decided to massage some onto my eczema spot and I shit you not, overnight, the patch had healed by 80%. The difference between #hemp and #marijuana is this: Hemp contains .3% or less THC; marijuana contains more than .3% THC. The two most tested #cannabanoids are #THC and #CBD. THC is a psychoactive ingredient, CBD is not. Back in the thirties, the hemp industry was growing so fast, competing industries wanted to tax it. I just watched the most fascinating interview with the assistant director of the #NationalHempAssociation, Alexandra Cloid. "Back in the 30's and 40's they did the 'Reefer Madness' campaign and made everybody believe that hemp is marijuana, and marijuana is gunna make you go crazy." Hemp can be used to make #biofuel, (erasing our dependency on #crudeoil, sorry, no more wars!), textiles, clothing, food, #hempcrete for building homes, paper, (saving our valuable trees), "firewood", car "metal", and nearly 30 THOUSAND other uses. It is truly a #miracle plant. If you have land and live in a state where hemp is legal to grow, why not start right away? Watch the interview with Alex through the link in my bio #LegalizeIt #SowtheSeeds #MakeAmericaGreenAgain #keepitgreen #420 : @kellenthorsen

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Another pictures of Auto

Another pictures of Auto Blueberrygrown by Organic Jim. Grown in coco fibre under a 400W HPS. Plenty of heavy, frosty blooms are produced by this variety in good conditions. A strong smoke with a relaxing, feel-good high, easy to grow in any grow room. Grow review is here #autoblueberry #DutchPassion #dutchpassionseedcompany #blueberryhigh #blueberry #blueweed #cannabis #weed #ganja #marijuana #cannasseur #high #highlife #stoner #stonerdaily #wakenbake #420somewhere #420friendly #420 #dankshots420 #topshelf #topshelflife #weedgrower #growyourown #iwillmarrymary #maryjane #smokepot #smokeweedeveryday #weshouldgrow #weshouldsmoke

An extract on #marijuana

Cannabis is often used for its mental and physical effects, such as a "high" or "stoned" feeling, a general change in perception, euphoria (heightened mood), and an increase in appetite. Onset of effects is within minutes when smoked, and about 30 to 60 minutes when cooked and eaten. They last for between two and six hours. Short term side effects may include a decrease in short-term memory, dry mouth, impaired motor skills, red eyes, and feelings of paranoia or anxiety. Long term side effects may include addiction, decreased mental ability in those who started as teenagers, and behavioral problems in children whose mothers used cannabis during pregnancy. Studies have found a strong relation between cannabis use and the risk of psychosis, though the cause-and-effect relationship is debated. Cannabis is mostly used recreationally or as a medicinal drug. It may also be used for religious or spiritual purposes. In 2013, between 128 and 232 million people used cannabis (2.7% to 4.9% of the global population between the ages of 15 and 65). In 2015, 43% of Americans had used cannabis, which increased to 51% in 2016. About 12% have used it in the past year, and 7.3% have used it in the past month. This makes it the most commonly used illegal drug both in the world and the United States. The earliest recorded uses date from the 3rd millennium BC. Since the early 20th century, cannabis has been subject to legal restrictions. The possession, use, and sale of cannabis is illegal in most countries of the world. Medical cannabis refers to the physician-recommended use of cannabis, which is taking place in Canada, Belgium, Australia, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, and 23 U.S. states. Cannabis use started to become popular in the US in the 1970s. Support for legalization has increased in the United States and several US states have legalized recreational or medical use.

Medical cannabis, or medical marijuana can refer to the use of cannabis and its cannabinoids to treat disease or improve symptoms; however, there is no single agreed upon definition. The use of cannabis as a medicine has not been rigorously scientifically tested, often due to production restrictions and other federal regulations. There is limited evidence suggesting cannabis can be used to reduce nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy, to improve appetite in people with HIV/AIDS, and to treat chronic pain and muscle spasms. Its use for other medical applications is insufficient for conclusions about safety or efficacy. Short-term use increases the risk of both minor and major adverse effects. Common side effects include dizziness, feeling tired, vomiting, and hallucinations. Long-term effects of cannabis are not clear. Concerns include memory and cognition problems, risk of addiction, schizophrenia in young people, and the risk of children taking it by accident.