Hi Everyone, I have a great giveaway for you this issue (and much more).
The folks at Headshop Headquarters offered me some awesome glass pieces, including a Grav Labs Beaker Bong, so I decided to do a giveaway. Here’s your chance to win and smoke in style! Simply fill out the entry form on this page to enter. GOOD LUCK!
In most Alzheimer’s patients, a reduction in the number of brain cells and fewer connections between the remaining brain cells occurs. This reduction of brain cells is caused by a build-up of clusters of beta-amyloid molecules called plaque. The formation of this plaque is the primary pathological marker for Alzheimer’s disease. If plaque does not form, Alzheimer’s disease does not develop.
Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla have found that THC, the long disparaged psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, inhibits the formation of the amyloid plaque. The study noted that THC is a “superior inhibitor” of this plaque compared to drugs currently used to treat Alzheimer’s. If that’s the only thing that cannabis did, that would be a major improvement in the health of our communities, but cannabis can do even more!
Celebrate the Harvest with Medicated Fresh Tomato Recipes
Tomatoes are in season and many of your garden and farmer’s markets will be overflowing. Take advantage with these delicious, medicated tomato recipes!
See You Next Week!
“Cannabis” Cheri Sicard
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