marijuana


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a strong-smelling plant from whose dried leaves a number of euphoriant and hallucinogenic drugs are prepared

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Medicinal marijuana is still believed to enhance the treatment options and help reduce pain and suffering for the patients.
Here are eight ways marijuana can help treat cancer symptoms and its side-effects:
But he also believes the tried-and-true quality of Oregon-grown marijuana could foster an industry on par with the state's wine and craft-beer markets.
Under current law, it's illegal to take marijuana from Oregon to any other state.
7) House Bill 1250: Authorizing retail marijuana outlets to give a free lockable drug box to adults age twenty-one years and over and to qualifying patients age eighteen years and over subject to restrictions.
8) Senate Bill 5290: Concerning the administration of marijuana to students for medical purposes.
Although 23 states allow the legal sale of marijuana for "medicinal purposes," it is important to note that there are currently no Food and Drug Administration-approved indications for medical marijuana.
Although there is consensus that moderate marijuana use in adulthood poses only limited health risks (including the known risks of smoking), there is robust evidence that marijuana use during youth (through the early 20s) causes several serious and permanent effects on the developing brain.
State largely defined marijuana regulation in Alaska.
Ravin was the first, and remains the only, reported judicial opinion to announce a privacy interest that covers marijuana use.
Coloradoans 21 or older can purchase up to one ounce of marijuana at a time, and can grow up to six flowering plants at a time.
Harder Stuff: Credit Union Moves From Beer to Marijuana : Times have changed for the $195M O Bee Credit Union of Olympia, Wash.
As it stands federally, marijuana is still a Schedule I drug under the DEA's scheduling list.
Given Amendment 64, can a property owner still prohibit residents from using marijuana on leased property?
In a study of teens in substance-abuse treatment centres, for example, 74 per cent said they had gotten marijuana from someone who qualified for it medically.