Herbs
Herbs Uses
Inhalant

inhaled for its soothing or
therapeutic effect

Inhalant. (n.d.). Collins
English Dictionary - Complete
& Unabridged 10th Edition.  
Retrieved May 02, 2012, from
Dictionary.com website:
http://dictionary.
reference.com/
browse/Inhalant
example:

*Clean Cannabis Indica finely
blended packed into and
inhaled from a Chalice or "steam
pipe": Inhalation results in
enhanced reasoning power (i.e.,
higherstanding)/
heightened
senses (i.e., transparent
connection to the here and now.)

*No added toxins or drugs used
in the development, preparation,
and/or use of the herb.
Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC is the primary psychoactive
agent found in the Cannabis plant.
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Why Do People Use Marijuana?

Marijuana is used because its primary active ingredient, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), produces a relaxed state and may heighten
the senses.

What Are the Effects of Marijuana Use?

The effects from smoking marijuana are felt as soon as the THC enters the bloodstream and last from 1-3 hours. Absorption of THC
is slower if marijuana is ingested, typically producing effects 30 minutes to an hour after exposure and lasting up to 4 hours.
Marijuana increases the heart rate, relaxes and enlarges bronchial passages, and dilates the blood vessels in the eyes, which may
cause them to appear bloodshot. THC causes dopamine release, which produces euphoria. Colors and sounds may seem more
intense, time may appear to pass more slowly, and pleasant sensations may be experienced. Dry mouth is common, as are intense
thirst and hunger. After the euphoria passes, a user may feel sleepy or depressed. Some users experience anxiety or panic.

What Are the Risks Associated with Marijuana Use?

Smoking marijuana results in many of the same risks associated with smoking tobacco, including coughing, increased susceptibility
to lung infections, airway obstruction, and probably an increased risk of developing lung cancer. Other methods of taking marijuana
are not associated with respiratory damage. Even low doses of marijuana impair concentration and coordination. Long-term heavy
marijuana use may impair short-term memory long after the drug has been metabolized.

How is Marijuana harvested?

http://www.hightimes.com/read/key-points-harvest-time


Street Names for Marijuana:

Grass, Pot, Weed, Bud, Mary Jane, Dope, Indo, Hydro, 420, Acapulco Gold, BC Bud, Buddha, Cheeba, Chronic, Ganja, Green Goddess,
Herb, Homegrown, KGB (Killer Green Bud), Kindbud, Locoweed, Shake, Sinsemilla, Skunk, Wacky Tabacky
 
Study: CBD Oil "Highly Promising" In Pediatric Epilepsy Treatment

Tel Aviv, Israel: The administration of cannabis oil extracts high in cannabidiol reduces seizure frequency in children with
intractable epilepsy, according to clinical data published online ahead of print in the journal Seizure.

Israeli researchers retrospectively evaluated the effects of CBD oil in a multicenter cohort of 74 patients with intractable epilepsy.
Participants in the trial were resistant to conventional epilepsy treatment and were treated with CBD extracts for a period of at
least three months. Extracts in the study were provided by a pair of Israeli-licensed growers and were standardized to possess a
CBD to THC ratio of 20 to 1.

Investigators reported: "CBD treatment yielded a significant positive effect on seizure load. Most of the children (89 percent)
reported reduction in seizure frequency. ... In addition, we observed improvement in behavior and alertness, language,
communication, motor skills and sleep."
They concluded, "The results of this multicenter study on CBD treatment for intractable epilepsy in a population of children and
adolescents are highly promising. Further prospective, well-designed clinical trials using enriched CBD medical cannabis are
warranted."

Other retrospective studies and surveys have previously reported CBD administration to be efficacious in reducing seizure
frequency.

In 2013, the US Food and Drug Administration granted orphan drug status to imported, pharmaceutically standardized CBD
extracts for use in experimental pediatric treatment. Open-label safety trial data published online in December in the journal
Lancet Neurology reported a median reduction in seizures in adolescent patients treated with CBD that approached 40 percent.
Authors concluded, "Our findings suggest that cannabidiol might reduce seizure frequency and might have an adequate safety
profile in children and young adults with highly treatment-resistant epilepsy."

For more information, please contact Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director, at: paul@norml.org. Full text of the study,
"CBD-enriched medical cannabis for intractable pediatric epilepsy: The current Israeli experience," appears in Seizure.
 
 
Health Benefits and Risks of Marijuana
 
References
Cannabis (Indica, Sativa, Sativa Ruberlis)
Some common names for this popular herb are
bhang, coli(Kali), corn, hemp, herb, Ganga, marijuana, maryjane, oili, pot, reefer, tampi, weed
1st Marijuana Growers' Page
http://www.1stmarijuanagrowerspage.com/
Jamaican Bud Business
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV5K8GpNRZo
NORML
http://norml.org/
WEEDSthatPLEASE
http://www.weedsthatplease.com/index.htm
 
Ganja Music
(select this link)
 
 
 
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What Is Marijuana?
Marijuana is one of the names
given to the Cannabis Sativa plant when
it is used as a drug.
The active ingredient in marijuana is
tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.

What Does Marijuana Look Like?

The appearance of marijuana depends on how it
will be used, but it often resembles tobacco. Higher
quality marijuana is made using only the flowering
buds of the plant, while other marijuana may
include leaves, stems, and seeds. Marijuana may be
green, brown, or grayish in color.

How Is Marijuana Used?

Marijuana may be smoked as a cigarette, in a pipe,
in a blunt, or using a vaporizer. It may be consumed
as a tea or in food.