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  • WEB team, where for art tho?

    I see it has gotten no better. Mediical marijuana ads in the forums? Really?

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    I think I saw the team on a milk carton a year or two ago....

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    • #3
      If we talk about medical marijuana, I prefer vaping. By the way, right now you can read the article and find out what dab pen is the best to date. You can talk a lot about marijuana, but it's still the coolest way to relax.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SilenceAround View Post
        If we talk about medical marijuana, I prefer vaping. By the way, right now you can read the article and find out what dab pen is the best to date. You can talk a lot about marijuana, but it's still the coolest way to relax.
        And in today's news of the ironic...

        So sad to see the forums like this. Nothing discussed except hiring and the very rare grant post. Back 15 years ago, this place was PHAT, and you could learn a lot. Now you can't post anything without getting jumped on by a bunch of know-it-alls, and what threads there are get crowded out by spam posts about passports and fake ID's.

        “I am more than just a serious basketball fan. I am a life-long addict. I was addicted from birth, in fact, because I was born in Kentucky.”
        ― Hunter S. Thompson

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SilenceAround View Post
          If we talk about medical marijuana, I prefer vaping. By the way, right now you can read the article and find out what dab pen is the best to date. You can talk a lot about marijuana, but it's still the coolest way to relax.
          What a moronic post. Vaping ANYTHING is not good for you either.

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          • #6
            In the end vaping anything into your lungs will prove to be as hazardous to your health as smoking was.

            On top of that vaping makes you look absolutely ridiculous. Replacing the addiction of smoking with the nicotine based addiction of vaping doesn't seem to really accomplish much other than to fatten the wallets of those selling vaping.
            Crazy, but that's how it goes
            Millions of people living as foes
            Maybe it's not too late
            To learn how to love, and forget how to hate

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FyredUp View Post
              In the end vaping anything into your lungs will prove to be as hazardous to your health as smoking was.
              I have wondered about the possibility of a vape-type device for delivering albuterol and the like, due to the smaller particles. Aside from that, vaping is just smoking in another form.

              Years ago, my late father suffered a heart attack at age 35. This was in the days before stents, bypasses, etc, so he spent two weeks in an oxygen tent and another two weeks in the hospital besides. And he quit, cold turkey, a two-pack-a-day cigarette (unfiltered Pall Malls).

              You'd think that after eight years (when he succumbed to a second heart attack) the nicotine part would be over and done, and it probably was. But until the day he died, he never lost the oral habit - lemon drops, gum, LifeSavers - leading me to find a roll of LifeSavers in the pocket of a jacket of his I inherited.

              I'm sure that's the case of many vapers - although they'd be better off just sucking their thumb...

              Opinions my own. Standard disclaimers apply.

              Everyone goes home. Safety begins with you.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by tree68 View Post
                I have wondered about the possibility of a vape-type device for delivering albuterol and the like, due to the smaller particles. Aside from that, vaping is just smoking in another form.

                Years ago, my late father suffered a heart attack at age 35. This was in the days before stents, bypasses, etc, so he spent two weeks in an oxygen tent and another two weeks in the hospital besides. And he quit, cold turkey, a two-pack-a-day cigarette (unfiltered Pall Malls).

                You'd think that after eight years (when he succumbed to a second heart attack) the nicotine part would be over and done, and it probably was. But until the day he died, he never lost the oral habit - lemon drops, gum, LifeSavers - leading me to find a roll of LifeSavers in the pocket of a jacket of his I inherited.

                I'm sure that's the case of many vapers - although they'd be better off just sucking their thumb...
                My Dad was a 40 plus year smoker when they found a tumor in his stomach. It was not cancerous or smoking related but when he went into the hospital the doctor asked him if he smoked and my Dad said yes. The doc said not anymore, so while essentially on his death bed he quit cold turkey. He survived losing his stomach but the same habit you speak of never left him. His replacement was root beer barrels. Talk on the phone reach for the front pocket, stand and have a conversation reach for the front pocket, finish a meal reach for the pocket, drive the car reach for the pocket. Root beer barrels replaced the cigarette.
                Crazy, but that's how it goes
                Millions of people living as foes
                Maybe it's not too late
                To learn how to love, and forget how to hate

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                • #9
                  Chronic pain and inflammation are two of the main reason why people turn to CBD for relief. Studies have found that the synergistic effects of full-spectrum CBD are more effective than an isolate when it comes to the treatment of inflammatory conditions. This is why people with autoimmune diseases and chronic conditions find that full spectrum CBD is overall more effective in relieving the inflammation and pain that they experience. Terpenes alone have incredible potential for human health and shouldn?t be disregarded. what is full spectrum cbd oil CBD helps to control nausea by influencing the serotonin receptors. It also reduces the release of serotonin, so there?s less stimulation of the vomiting center found in the brain. The activation of CB2 receptors can also help to prevent nausea and vomiting.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MaryJoeSmith View Post
                    Chronic pain and inflammation are two of the main reason why people turn to CBD for relief. Studies have found that the synergistic effects of full-spectrum CBD are more effective than an isolate when it comes to the treatment of inflammatory conditions. This is why people with autoimmune diseases and chronic conditions find that full spectrum CBD is overall more effective in relieving the inflammation and pain that they experience. Terpenes alone have incredible potential for human health and shouldn?t be disregarded. what is full spectrum cbd oil CBD helps to control nausea by influencing the serotonin receptors. It also reduces the release of serotonin, so there?s less stimulation of the vomiting center found in the brain. The activation of CB2 receptors can also help to prevent nausea and vomiting.
                    Shouldn't your name be Mary Jane? Asking for a friend.

                    By the way, whether I agree or disagree with what you are saying CBD oil is still illegal in many places.
                    Crazy, but that's how it goes
                    Millions of people living as foes
                    Maybe it's not too late
                    To learn how to love, and forget how to hate

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                    • #11
                      Right, wrong, or indifferent, with the federal government classifying marijuana as they have, there has been no long term studies on the use of either the product as a whole, CBD, or other components. Without long term studies, it is impossible to determine the true benefits and detrimental effects of the long term use. While there are some short term studies showing benefits of CBD, other is pure conjecture.

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