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Call Cannabis What Cannabis Is: The Wonderful, Healing, Medicinal Herb

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Call Cannabis What Cannabis Is: The Wonderful, Healing, Medicinal Herb;


Or, be like the haters, anti-frees and others ignorant of truth ...


... who call it something else.


Wanna know what Michigan State's "Self-Instructing" Juvenile Social Workers have been "taught in school" lately?


Are you SURE you wanna know?


Well, here's what they're "learning":









Marijuana is a green, brown, or gray mixture of dried, shredded flowers and leaves of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa). There are over 200 slang terms for marijuana, including pot, weed, grass, hay, herb, cannabis, dobie, ganja, indica, loco weed, seeds, spliff, thaistick, whackytabacky, doobie, homegrown, leaf, mary jane, reefer, fir, sinsemilla, stems, twigs, amp, buddha, gold, bush, maui-wowie.


The main ingredient in marijuana is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The amount of THC in the marijuana determines how strong its effects will be on the user. The strength of today’s marijuana is much greater than the marijuana used in the early 1970’s — increasing the possibilities of health problems for today’s users.


Hashish (or hash), hash oil, and sinsemilla are stronger forms of marijuana. Hashish is made by taking the resin from the leaves and flowers of the marijuana plant and pressing it into cakes or slabs. Hash may contain five to ten times as much THC as other forms of marijuana.


Marijuana is usually smoked as a cigarette, called a joint, or in a pipe or bong. Sometimes, it will appear in hollowed-out cigars called “blunts” or “swishers” which are more dangerous because they contain the equivalent of three to four joints. Some immediate physical effects of marijuana, along with euphoria, include red, bloodshot eyes, confusion and anxiety, loss of coordination, increased appetite, hallucinations, and a dry mouth and throat. Someone high on marijuana may seem giggly or silly for no reason and have trouble walking. Studies of marijuana’s mental effects show that the drug can impair or reduce short-term memory, alter sense of time, and reduce ability to do things which require concentration, swift reactions, and coordination.


A common adverse reaction to marijuana is the “acute panic anxiety reaction”; an extreme fear of losing control causing panic. The symptoms usually disappear in a few hours. Long-term regular users of marijuana may become dependent or addicted. Problem users lose interest in daily activities and report loss of energy and boredom. They may have a hard time limiting their use, may build a tolerance to the drug requiring larger amounts of the drug to get the same effect, and may develop problems with their jobs and personal relationships. Like other drug addictions, marijuana can become the most important aspect of their lives.





Comments, anyone?


I'm nearly at a loss for words.


Well, okay; That may be a stretch; But, certainly not as much of a stretch as what you just "learned" about "Pot".


Really, I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry, when I read this kind of ridiculous jibberish, but it's close to impossible not to laugh in scorn at the ignorance of The State in appointing blind ignorance to captain the helm of bureaucracy.


I would love to see an episode of "To Tell The Truth," cast with a "professional" panel of "expert-politicians" trying their darnedest to discern who the "contestests" are ....


And .... the REAL "CANNABIS CONSUMER" is ....


"We The People"!



CANNABIS CURES - Without Fears.


End Blind Ignorance.





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