As reported by MSN online news (can't believe it myself) smoking cannabis helps reduce the risk of diabetes, as well as reduced weight, control seizures, cure Crohn's disease as well as a cancer. The article is below:
The magical weed that helps us stay trim, be less crazy, control seizures, cure Crohn's, rescue the economy and make watching TV game shows more enjoyable is now being credited for possibly reducing the risk of diabetes, too.
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I am one of those pro-cannabis activists who don't like this strain name. I suggest we change it to Krakatoa.
I have had the chance to smoke this twice with small samples from HPRC in Arcata and THC in Myrtletown (this was a couple of years ago) and I will say its (Green Crack) bag appeal is second to none, so its easy to see why the growers and dealers like it.
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Illicit drug report says Australia being targeted
From ABC News Australia
The Australian Crime Commission's (ACC) annual illicit drug data report shows drug purity is on the rise and Australia is a target.
I'm sitting down at a restaurant minding my own business, I look up ad there she was an unforgettable brunette with incredible legs but my mind was set on something else, I walked over cool, calm and collective.i sat down in-front of her at her table, did not say a word, just gazed deep into her eyes and looked into her soul.
"ALOR STAR: A 51 year old driver and his assistant were among three people sentenced to death by the High Court today after they were found guilty of trafficking in cannabis six years ago"
It is a sorry state of affairs that in a world where science and reason are supposedly the means to which we base our society and policy on that people are still being given the death penalty for victim-less crimes like the trafficking of cannabis.