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Incorrect: Stoned driving is just as bad as driving drunk

It would be a standard misconception by those who’ve never gone on a journey—Dazed and Confused-style—that driving under the influence of cannabis is just as bad as driving under the influence of alcohol. As lab data and experience shows, that’s simply not so. Though smoking marijuana does impair psychomotor skills, the impairment is not “severe or long-lasting.” According to a review of the scientific evidence by NORML, drivers who’ve indulged in the devil’s lettuce tend […]

YOUTUBE VIDEOS X 10 SERIES [1] ON THE USE OF CANNABIS IN A HELPFUL WAY

This documentary explores the longstanding relationship of human beings and cannabis, from its use in ancient Asia to its ban in 20th century America. Now on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/chrisricema Written, narrated, and directed by Chris Rice, the director of “DMT: A Lost History” Music by Chris Rice except “Grandma’s Grapes” By Green Warp. For more information on the sacramental history of cannabis check out the works of Chris Bennet here: http://www.cannabisculture.com/conten… For more on ancient cannabis […]

CANNABIS SMOKERS HAVE MORE SEX THAN NON USERS THE REPORT SAYS

This article was sourced from the net with no references to its accuracy.My readers will have to view this info in that light   News of late has shown that the use of marijuana has increased sexual activity as opposed to increasing the amount of individual smoking marijuana or increased munchies.  There seems to be an increase of 20% more sexual activity as opposed to those who are practicing abstinence from using cannabis. The medicine […]

Medicinal cannabis research gets $33m from grandparents of girl with epilepsy

The grandparents of three-year-old girl with a rare form of epilepsy have made a $33.7m donation to the University of Sydney to fund medicinal cannabis research. Announcing their donation at the university on Friday, Barry and Joy Lambert said international research suggested their granddaughter Katelyn, who suffers hundreds of seizures each day, may benefit from medicinal cannabis treatment. A meeting with researchers at the university to discuss Katelyn’s condition, known as Dravet syndrome, led her […]