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If you grow cannabis or use a vaporiser, you can use seemingly 'waste' material to get really, really high. You just need to know how to extract the cannabinoids. Even for those who want to use premium bud, this guide is for you. Select Your Material For this process we can use either the trim/waste leaves from growing cannabis plants, or...
Hello, my name is Tina Mendes. I have always had medical problems since I was born. When I was a baby I had whooping cough then at the age of 6/7 I had what we were told was scarlet fever. Since a very young age I wore specially fitted boots and a leg straightener to correct my legs and...
This week I caught up with Clark French, who's a leading light in the cannabis law reform movement in the UK. Clark has come to prominence thanks to his involvement in the United Kingdom Cannabis Social Clubs (UKCSC) movement, along with his media efforts to push the truth of medical cannabis use out to the public at large via numerous...
Let me introduce myself, I am a 32-year-old entrepreneur with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and I use cannabis, daily, to manage my condition. I've spent the past decade running international businesses on two continents, and have previously been in a long-term relationship for nine years; which provided me with a beautiful 6-year-old daughter whom I care for jointly. My...
Professor Alex Stevens presenting on Monday I've just returned from a very promising conference. Earlier this week, the Home Affairs Select Committee held another leg of its year-long investigation into drug laws in the UK. We were greeted by a number of speakers, most of whom were relatively even-handed on the topic, and in favour of significant change. The only...
In an unexpected turn of events early on Thursday, Barack Obama announced that he is to reform the Choom Gang with immediate effect. Barry, as he now likes to be known, declared the insanity of the Republican Party to be simply too much for him to handle, and claimed that cannabis is the only solution. Affecting a bad back...
A woman stands on a dimly lit street corner, frequently checking her phone to see how long she's been waiting. Some 45 minutes have passed, but the person she's waiting for has yet to make an appearance, and isn't replying to her texts. A further 10 minutes pass before a figure arrives and catches her gaze, ushering her towards...
I recently came across some research published in the British Medical Journal which I thought needed to be put under the noses of UK politicians. Yet again experts are calling out the terrible drug classification system employed in Britain, and highlighting 'legal' drugs as being far more dangerous than those which are subject to prohibition and punishment under the...