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After drinking four to eight cups of coffee in a day, people’s neurotransmitters related to the endocannabinoid system—the same ones that cannabis affects—decreased. That’s the opposite of what occurs after someone uses cannabis.
Cory Booker is angry that privileged people are making money off weed while others are still suffering for doing the same thing. Despite gains in cannabis reform, there are increasing rates of marijuana arrests in at least 21 states. A lot of professional athletes smoke weed -- sometimes even before playing games. Also: Australia could make $2 billion a year if it legalized it.
On this 4/20, let's not forget those serving life in prison for non-violent marijuana offenses. Senator Schumer is introducing legislation to remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act. It's also time to celebrate the discovery of LSD, which Albert Hoffman ingested for the first time at 4:20 on April 19.
Instrumental grime is pretty much what you'd expect – grime tunes driven by production rather than rapid-fire bars. In recent years, a number of sounds have emerged out of the scene, mutating into various strains that are subtly stranger than their original form.
A 13-member FDA panel unanimously voted in favor of approving a marijuana-derived drug. A top anti-marijuana advocate has many financial entanglements with opioid addiction firms. High Times' 4/20 Cannabis Cup may end up having no cannabis. Also: Thievery Corporation jumps into the weed industry with a vaporizer and cannabis oil.
A FDA report recognized the medical value of a marijuana-derived drug. A new study found that there are no long-term cognitive effects in young people due to smoking weed. Trump may have softened his stance on marijuana, but GOP leadership in the House sure hasn't. Also: The stoner kids who created 420 are now khaki-wearing, middle-class dads who are finally starting to cash in on legal marijuana.
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