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Of all communities that would benefit from regular cannabis use is our senior citizens. Robert Platshorn, founder of the senior citizen outreach program The Silver Tour and of HBO’s Black Tuna diaries fame, is the first featured guest.
In Florida are lots and lots and lots of senior citizens and their vote will be crucial in getting the mmj initiative on the November 2014 Florida ballot passed. Getting senior citizens to connect the benefits to their health from marijuana use with a yes vote on Florida’s mmj initiative is crucial. Robert will explain how they are going to do that.
Obtaining a medical marijuana recommendation to use marijuana is now legal in 22 states and the District of Columbia. THCF Medical Foundation has been providing recommendations since 1999 making it one of the oldest medical marijuana recommendations services in the country. They have clinics in Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado, Nevada, Hawaii and Michigan. Clinics will be opening soon in Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Washington D.C.
A private non-profit foundation, they are taking the company public so big changes are on the way and Paul Stanford, founder and President, will be on hand to give you this exciting information from the largest provider of medical marijuana recommendations in the nation.
All the way from Alaska, the show’s first guest is Chris Rempert from The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. The measure would make the possession of marijuana legal in Alaska for adults 21 or older and would establish a regulated system of marijuana cultivation and sales allowing for possession of one ounce and the cultivation of three flowering plants and the three immature plants.
Initially support was high but has slipped recently to 50%. Chris will report on how the campaign is going, take a look at why there has been a decline in support and the programs they are undertaking to reverse the decline and get numbers back up to where they were a month ago.
Movie-tie-ins to promote a corporation’s products are ubiquitous. From Iron Man and Burger King to Transformers and Chevrolet, the tie-ins are designed to push the movie and the product before a bedazzled public. In what must qualify as one of the most brazen movie tie-ins ever, Kevin Smith’s newest horror film Tusk has teamed up with the Los Angeles based medical marijuana dispensary Buds and Roses to produce two specialty strains of marijuana inspired by the movie.
The film is a tangled web of circumstances in which a man is transformed into a walrus. The relation of marijuana to the events of the film is about the same as the relation between Iron Man and a Whopper, but like the Burger King tie-in, it’s a marketing sensation. Rising to the challenge, the Buds and Roses geneticists have created two new strains “Tusk” and “White Walrus.” The show’s second guest, Buds and Roses operator Aaron Justin reveals why the marijuana tie-in, how they went about developing two new strains and how this truly off-the-wall horror film inspired them to create these two new strains.
The residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico working with the Drug Policy Alliance collected enough signatures to qualify a lowest enforcement priority initiative for the November ballot. Emily Kaltenbach, New Mexico state director for the Drug Policy Alliance will discuss how this initiative came into being, the successful signature gathering drive, what the proposed initiative would do and DPA's role in getting it successfully on the ballot. Ms. Kaltenbach will also provide information on the other programs DPA is pursuing in New Mexico.
The show’s second guest is California Cannabis Coalition Director Craig Beresh. A grass roots organization of patients, caregivers, and medical professionals dedicated to safeguarding America’s right to access cannabis legally and grow hemp, the coalition has successfully fought six city and county bans using the referendum process. Craig will discuss the organization’s multiple programs and its role in starting three initiatives to end prohibition including the 2014 California Cannabis Hemp Initiative and its 2016 re-incarnation.
Brought to you live from University of Redlands and the debate between Democrat Pete Aguilar and Republican Paul Chabot for the 31st California Congressional District. Aguilar has been endorsed by the Marijuana Policy Project - Chabot earns his living as a professional drug warrior.
This is an epic battle between a progressive Democrat and a right wing Republican in a seat that is being hotly contested by both parties. The debate starts at 7 p.m. but we will interview people coming to the debate.
In addition to live interviews with debate attendees, guests for the show include Jason Elassner from Yucca Valley and the initiative that is now being circulated in this small desert town to rescind the current ban on medical marijuana dispensaries and put in place an ordinance that will license and regulate a limited number. With an election for city council going on right now, the initiative has become a focal point in the election. It's not exactly tearing the town apart, but there are strong opinions on both sides.
OC NORML is sponsoring a 420 Bingo Party for the the Prisoner Project which is dedicated to helping people serving life sentences in prison for marijuana. Cheri Sicard will speak about Paul Free who is serving a LIFE SENTENCE for a nonviolent marijuana offense he did not commit. With arguably the nation's top wrongful conviction attorney interested in his case, he needs $3,000 to get started.
That's what the 420 Bingo Party is going to do - raise that money for Paul. Learn what a 420 Bingo Party is all about and if you are in the neighborhood on Sat. Oct. 25, you can join on in.
In Florida USA they will be voteing on the issue of So-called medical marijuana in the November elections, many people consider this a gateway action to total legalization of the use of marijuana within the state. The legalizing of this substance has become more and more common across the globe, but what should we as Christians think about or respond to as it pertains to its use? What is the will of our Lord as per the use of marijuana. Please tune into this contraversial and interesting subject.
We will discuss the situation of an Alabama player that was caught with lots of marijuana and lots of cash. There are no charges right now against the player and he is still on campus. Why have we not heard about this news in the media?? Join the show at 10:00am. Call (818)301-5834.
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Cannabis Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything medical marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the world at large!
Get up to date, live information about what's happening with all of the marijuana laws of our state, the dispensary process, clubs, education centers and everything happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
Join us tonight for a frank and candid discussion on the legalization of Medical Marijuana, Florida's Amendment 2 and all kinds of topics concerning the MM Industry such as: Legal, Medical, Healing, Growing, and creating businesses and clinics.
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Studies have demonstrated that the use of cannabinoids can reduce anxiety, but it does not have ergogenic potential in sports activities. An increase in heart rate and blood pressure, decline of cardiac output and reduced psychomotor activity are some of the pharmacological effects of THC that will determine a decrease in athletic performance.
Together with a healthy and balanced diet, regular exercise can reduce stress and give you a blissful state of mind that's hard to beat. Some may say marijuana can do that too, but mixing the two isn't a great idea. In the short term, it can detract from your physical performance and cloud your cognitive functions. In the long run, it dramatically increases your risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
Drag on the Brain
Smoking marijuana disrupts the area of your brain that handles coordination, perception and motor skills, reaction time and balance. Marijuana also impairs short-term memory and your ability to form new memories. That means you may also experience problems learning and remembering complex exercise routines that require skill and dexterity.
Effects on the Heart
Inhaling marijuana smoke can raise your blood pressure and almost double your heart rate. That leaves you open to a greater risk of heart attack or stroke. It'll also make it tougher for blood to carry oxygen to your muscles and vital organs, such as the heart and brain. This increased strain on your vascular system will lead to shortness of breath and sap your physical ability to keep up with others.
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Nicole Smith has created solutions for hundreds of companies across the nation in many diverse industries from startup to Fortune 500. An accomplished entrepreneur and marketer, she has worked globally to evolve ideas and grow businesses for the past twenty years.
Nicole's entrepreneurial spirit has catapulted Mary's Medicinals to the forefront as the producer of accurately dosed, cleanly delivered cannabis products. Her experience in research and development has led her to discovering transdermal applications for cannabis including patches, gels, and balms. She pioneered and was first-to-market the useful benefits of THC-a and CBN; discovered harvesting techniques for the isolation of CBC and continues to develop new cutting edge ideas in isolating, manufacturing and marketing cannabis and its medicinal benefits.
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