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06-06-13, 12:46 #376
morfina não faz mal?

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06-06-13, 12:46 #377
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Cara, quem aqui tem parente com problemas de bebida? Todo mundo que eu pergunto tem...
tirando eu, ninguem da minha familia tem

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06-06-13, 12:47 #378
Você é um sortudo, parabéns!

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06-06-13, 12:57 #379
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Cara, quem aqui tem parente com problemas de bebida? Todo mundo que eu pergunto tem...

No mundo dos alcoólatras:
Quantos que chegam em casa e espanca as mulheres e filhos?
Quantos que matam e morrem em 'acidentes' de transito?
Quantos perdem emprego e não conseguem ter vida social normalmente??



O mojud ele ficou uns dias nas ruas de sampa, todo mundo sabe, e segundo ele a maioria se tornou morador de rua por causa do álcool

Olha quantas vidas prejudicadas PORRA, quantas famílias destruídas, vidas de terceiros que não tem nada a ver com a história..


Quem é contra a liberação é a favor do tráfico, ninguém deixa de usar porque é proibido entenda isso plz.
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Evil, não da pra discutir com você porque você leva pra pessoal, não é porque você é psiquiatra que todo mundo tem que abaixar a cabeça pra sua opinião, e eu nunca te julguei mal profissional (pelo contrario, não mudou em nada o que eu acho sobre você) por causa da sua opinião, eu apenas te acho hipócrita, porque com certeza você trata zilhões de alcoólatras e um ou outro maconhero, sendo que as duas drogas são amplamente usadas

Você diz que pouca quantidade de álcool faz menos mal que maconha, certo? Mas eu conheço pouquíssima pessoas (minoria total) que bebem 1 lata de cerveja ou uma taça de vinho, a maioria bebe pra valer..

ps: ainda desconfio forte que Evil = Eon
Shadow, explicando melhor o que vi no retiro de rua, sem julgamentos da minha parte... Na verdade a maioria dos moradores que tive oportunidade de conversar eram usuários de algum tipo de droga, as 3 principais que vi eram: cola, álcool e crack.

No geral a grande maioria que usa algum tipo de droga fuma maconha, pq o conceito comum é que a maconha é light.

Entre os que usam, dá pra dividir claramente entre o usuário de crack e os outros usuários. Quem usa crack vira um zumbi completamente alheio a realidade, é bem triste.

Tive oportunidade de conversar com um cara que disse que cheirou cocaína por muito tempo, aí perdeu tudo, foi parar na rua e disse que depois de ter parado completamente com qualquer tipo de droga, começou a sofrer de crise do pânico.

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06-06-13, 13:14 #380
ontem fui tomar cafe as 9hs da manha num boteco, chega um tiozinho ja meio velho, de camisa e a famosa pasta de curriculum debaixo do braco e pede pro cara do bar, bem baixinho "da um copo de gim soh com gelo"
ai o cara do bar meio alto "soh gelo? purim, purim mesmo?"

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06-06-13, 13:22 #381
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Dá pra comparar Portugal e Brasil?
Não.

Dá pra comparar tráfico de um país com 13 vezes mais fronteira que outro?
Não.

Dá pra comparar tráfico de país com 9 vezes mais vizinhos que outro?
Não.

Dá pra comparar tráfico de um país com 18 vezes mais população que outro?
Não.

Dá pra comparar tráfico de país com vizinho produtor com país que não tem?
Não.
Então não dá pra comparar nada, meu amigo, já que você nunca vai encontrar condições perfeitamente igualitárias. Dá pra comparar os EUA com o resto do mundo? Se não dá por que todos os países seguiram a política de repressão ao usuário imposta por eles?

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06-06-13, 13:37 #382
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Deve se preocupar pq vai gastar dinheiro com a saúde dessas pessoas no futuro.

Já falei sobre o uso medicinal da maconha. É um forma de tratar algo enquanto não se deriva uma solução melhor.

No futuro vamos ter derivados da maconha que NÃO vão deixar chapado nem dar pira nenhuma e que vai fazer SÓ bem.

Dando maconha vc faz bem de um lado e mal de outro. O ideal é só fazer bem, mas ainda não chegou este dia.
O governo vai gastar dinheiro pra tratar esses pacientes do que? Síndrome amotivacional? hahahahah

Já fazem 17 anos que o uso medicinal foi aprovado na California, cadê os malefícios do uso prolongado?

Eu postei a matéria de portugal justamente pra evidenciar onde mora o problema das drogas do lado do usuário. Tenho confiança que a maconha vai ser legalizada na próxima década na maior parte dos países democráticos.

Achei que a discussão era sobre repressão ao usuário de qualquer droga.

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06-06-13, 13:57 #383
Não precisa ser perfeito mas tem que ser comparável.

• A fronteira é vigiável?
• Os vizinhos são grandes produtores da droga?
• A estrutura do governo é compatível com o que se propõe?

Isso é o que caracteriza o problema na luta contra as drogas.
Compare com alguém nas mesmas condições.

Comparar Brasil com EUA, nesse caso é beleza.
Ambos produzem(ou tem vizinhos produtores), tem fronteira enorme e o governo não tem a estrutura para o que tenta fazer.

Se o país tem tamanho e estrutura pra vigiar, ele consegue.
Se o país tem tamanho e estrutura pra cuidar dos dependentes, ele consegue.

Não temos estrutura nem pra vigiar nem pra cuidar e aí que tá o problema.
Deixa tudo foder?

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06-06-13, 13:58 #384
o evil tem algum bloqueio contra maconha nao adianta, nao dah o braco a torcer, acho q ele deve ter perdido o grande amor da vida dele pra algum maconheiro ou alguma coisa assim bem traumatica.

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06-06-13, 14:09 #385
roadster sempre elevando o nível das discussões

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07-06-13, 08:32 #386
Hueueueuehuheubeub. Pelo menos o road é engraçado.

Não tenho nada contra maconheiro, sou amigo de vários, ja morei com, minha republica era Point dos usuários...

Deu pra bola ja este tópico, tamo chovendo no molhado, não vai sair mais nada de novo aqui pq o que eu digo vcs não aceitam o que vcs dizem eu não aceito.

Soçarba.

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07-06-13, 10:46 #387
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Cara, quem aqui tem parente com problemas de bebida? Todo mundo que eu pergunto tem...

No mundo dos alcoólatras:
Quantos que chegam em casa e espanca as mulheres e filhos?
Quantos que matam e morrem em 'acidentes' de transito?
Quantos perdem emprego e não conseguem ter vida social normalmente??



O mojud ele ficou uns dias nas ruas de sampa, todo mundo sabe, e segundo ele a maioria se tornou morador de rua por causa do álcool

Olha quantas vidas prejudicadas PORRA, quantas famílias destruídas, vidas de terceiros que não tem nada a ver com a história..


Quem é contra a liberação é a favor do tráfico, ninguém deixa de usar porque é proibido entenda isso plz.
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Evil, não da pra discutir com você porque você leva pra pessoal, não é porque você é psiquiatra que todo mundo tem que abaixar a cabeça pra sua opinião, e eu nunca te julguei mal profissional (pelo contrario, não mudou em nada o que eu acho sobre você) por causa da sua opinião, eu apenas te acho hipócrita, porque com certeza você trata zilhões de alcoólatras e um ou outro maconhero, sendo que as duas drogas são amplamente usadas

Você diz que pouca quantidade de álcool faz menos mal que maconha, certo? Mas eu conheço pouquíssima pessoas (minoria total) que bebem 1 lata de cerveja ou uma taça de vinho, a maioria bebe pra valer..






ps: ainda desconfio forte que Evil = Eon
O que você não aceita nesse reply, só pra entender bem

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07-06-13, 13:23 #388
Pode cre, melhor dar uma de eon mesmo HAEHAUE

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12-08-13, 01:47 #389
é, ja estao conseguindo separar a parte viajandona da parte terapeutica, e aparentemente so com cruzamentos de plantas:


http://edition.cnn.com/2013/08/07/he...html?hpt=hp_t1

(CNN) -- By most standards Matt and Paige Figi were living the American dream. They met at Colorado State University, where they shared a love of the outdoors. After getting married, the couple bought a house and planned to travel the world.
They did travel, but their plans changed when their first child was born in 2004.
Max was 2 when they decided to have another child. The couple got the surprise of their lives when an ultrasound revealed not one but two babies. Charlotte and Chase were born October 18, 2006.
"They were born at 40 weeks. ... Charlotte weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces," Paige said. "They were healthy. Everything was normal."
Seizures and hospital stays begin
The twins were 3 months old when the Figis' lives changed forever.
Charlotte had just had a bath, and Matt was putting on her diaper.
"She was laying on her back on the floor," he said, "and her eyes just started flickering."
The seizure lasted about 30 minutes. Her parents rushed her to the hospital.
Medical facts of marijuana Kennedy: I was wrong on medical pot Colorado's new frontier: Marijuana WEED: A Dr. Sanjay Gupta Special
"They weren't calling it epilepsy," Paige said. "We just thought it was one random seizure. They did a million-dollar work-up -- the MRI, EEG, spinal tap -- they did the whole work-up and found nothing. And sent us home."
A week later, Charlotte had another seizure. This one was longer, and it was only the beginning. Over the next few months, Charlotte -- affectionately called Charlie -- had frequent seizures lasting two to four hours, and she was hospitalized repeatedly.
Doctors were stumped. Her blood tests were normal. Her scans were all normal.
"They said it's probably going to go away," Paige recalled. "It is unusual in that it's so severe, but it's probably something she'll grow out of."
But she didn't grow out of it. The seizures continued. The hospital stays got longer. One of the doctors treating Charlotte thought there were three possible diagnoses.
The worse-case scenario? Dravet Syndrome, also known as myoclonic epilepsy of infancy or SMEI.
Dravet Syndrome is a rare, severe form of intractable epilepsy. Intractable means the seizures are not controlled by medication. The first seizures with Dravet Syndrome usually start before the age of 1. In the second year, other seizures take hold: myoclonus, or involuntary, muscle spasms and status epilepticus, seizures that last more than 30 minutes or come in clusters, one after the other.
At that time, the Figis said, Charlotte was still developing normally, talking and walking the same day as her twin. But the seizures continued to get worse. The medications were also taking a toll. She was on seven drugs -- some of them heavy-duty, addictive ones such as barbiturates and benzodiazepines. They'd work for a while, but the seizures always came back with a vengeance.
"At 2, she really started to decline cognitively," Paige said. "Whether it was the medicines or the seizures, it was happening, it was obvious. And she was slipping away."
When Charlotte was 2½, the Figis decided to take her to Children's Hospital Colorado. A neurologist tested her for the SCN1A gene mutation, which is common in 80% of Dravet Syndrome cases. After two months, the test came back positive.
"I remember to this day it was a relief," Paige said. "Even though it was the worst-case scenario, I felt relief just to know."
Matt, a Green Beret, decided to leave the military.
"Every mission, every training I was going to do I was called home because she was in the pediatric ICU again or in the hospital again."
They were quickly running out of options. They considered a drug from France. Doctors suggested an experimental anti-seizure drug being used on dogs.
Paige took her daughter to Chicago to see a Dravet specialist, who put the child on a ketogenic diet frequently used to treat epilepsy that's high in fat and low in carbohydrates. The special diet forces the body to make extra ketones, natural chemicals that suppress seizures. It's mainly recommended for epileptic patients who don't respond to treatment.
The diet helped control Charlotte's seizures but had a lot of side effects. She suffered from bone loss. Her immune system plummeted. And new behavioral problems started popping up.
"At one point she was outside eating pine cones and stuff, all kinds of different things," Matt said. "As a parent you have to say, let's take a step back and look at this. Is this truly beneficial treatment because of these other things?"
Two years into the diet, the seizures came back.
The end of the rope
In November 2000, Colorado voters approved Amendment 20, which required the state to set up a medical marijuana registry program.
Pot activists divided over new cannabis club
There are eight medical conditions for which patients can use cannabis -- cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, muscle spasms, seizures, severe pain, severe nausea and cachexia or dramatic weight loss and muscle atrophy.
Everything had been tried -- except cannabis.
Dr. Alan Shackelford

The average patient in the program is 42 years old. There are 39 patients under the age of 18.
Paige had consistently voted against marijuana use. That was before Dravet Syndrome entered their lives.
Matt, now a military contractor spending six months a year overseas, used his spare time scouring the Internet looking for anything that would help his little girl.

He found a video online of a California boy whose Dravet was being successfully treated with cannabis. The strain was low in tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the compound in marijuana that's psychoactive. It was also high in cannabidiol, or CBD, which has medicinal properties but no psychoactivity. Scientists think the CBD quiets the excessive electrical and chemical activity in the brain that causes seizures. It had worked in this boy; his parents saw a major reduction in the boy's seizures.
By then Charlotte had lost the ability to walk, talk and eat.

She was having 300 grand mal seizures a week.

Her heart had stopped a number of times. When it happened at home, Paige did cardiopulmonary resuscitation until an ambulance arrived. When it happened in the hospital, where they'd already signed a do-not-resuscitate order, they said their goodbyes. Doctors had even suggested putting Charlotte in a medically induced coma to give her small, battered body a rest.

She was 5 when the Figis learned there was nothing more the hospital could do.
That's when Paige decided to try medical marijuana. But finding two doctors to sign off on a medical marijuana card for Charlotte was no easy feat. She was the youngest patient in the state ever to apply.

Scientists don't fully understand the long-term effects early marijuana use may have on children. Studies that show negative effects, such as diminished lung function or increased risk of a heart attack, are primarily done on adult marijuana smokers. But Charlotte wouldn't be smoking the stuff.

Childhood is also a delicate time in brain development. Preliminary research shows that early onset marijuana smokers are slower at tasks, have lower IQs later in life, have a higher risk of stroke and increased incidence of psychotic disorders, leaving some scientists concerned.
Is medical marijuana safe for children?
"Everyone said no, no, no, no, no, and I kept calling and calling," Paige said.

She finally reached Dr. Margaret Gedde, who agree to meet with the family.

"(Charlotte's) been close to death so many times, she's had so much brain damage from seizure activity and likely the pharmaceutical medication," Gedde said. "When you put the potential risks of the cannabis in context like that, it's a very easy decision."

The second doctor to sign on was Alan Shackelford, a Harvard-trained physician who had a number of medical marijuana patients in his care. He wasn't familiar with Dravet and because of Charlotte's age had serious reservations.

"(But) they had exhausted all of her treatment options," Shackelford said. "There really weren't any steps they could take beyond what they had done. Everything had been tried -- except cannabis."

Paige found a Denver dispensary that had a small amount of a type of marijuana called R4, said to be low in THC and high in CBD. She paid about $800 for 2 ounces -- all that was available -- and had a friend extract the oil.

She had the oil tested at a lab and started Charlotte out on a small dose.

"We were pioneering the whole thing; we were guinea pigging Charlotte," Paige said. "This is a federally illegal substance. I was terrified to be honest with you."

But the results were stunning.

"When she didn't have those three, four seizures that first hour, that was the first sign," Paige recalled. "And I thought well, 'Let's go another hour, this has got to be a fluke.' "

The seizures stopped for another hour. And for the following seven days.

Paige said she couldn't believe it. Neither could Matt. But their supply was running out.

Paige soon heard about the Stanley brothers, one of the state's largest marijuana growers and dispensary owners. These six brothers were crossbreeding a strain of marijuana also high in CBD and low in THC, but they didn't know what to do with it. No one wanted it; they couldn't sell it.

Still, even they had reservations when they heard about Charlotte's age. But once they met her, they were on board.

"The biggest misconception about treating a child like little Charlotte is most people think that we're getting her high, most people think she's getting stoned," Josh Stanley said, stressing his plant's low THC levels. "Charlotte is the most precious little girl in the world to me. I will do anything for her."

The brothers started the Realm of Caring Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides cannabis to adults and children suffering from a host of diseases, including epilepsy, cancer, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's, who cannot afford this treatment.
People have called them the Robin Hoods of marijuana. Josh Stanley said it's their calling. They use the money they make from medical marijuana patients and get donations from sponsors who believe in their cause. They only ask patients such as the Figis to donate what they can.
"We give (cannabis) away for next to free," Stanley said. "The state won't allow us to actually give it away, so we give it away for pennies really."
Charlotte gets a dose of the cannabis oil twice a day in her food.

Gedde found three to four milligrams of oil per pound of the girl's body weight stopped the seizures.

Today, Charlotte, 6, is thriving. Her seizures only happen two to three times per month, almost solely in her sleep. Not only is she walking, she can ride her bicycle. She feeds herself and is talking more and more each day.

"I literally see Charlotte's brain making connections that haven't been made in years," Matt said. "My thought now is, why were we the ones that had to go out and find this cure? This natural cure? How come a doctor didn't know about this? How come they didn't make me aware of this?"
The marijuana strain Charlotte and now 41 other patients use to ease painful symptoms of diseases such as epilepsy and cancer has been named after the little girl who is getting her life back one day at a time.

It's called Charlotte's Web.

"I didn't hear her laugh for six months," Paige said. "I didn't hear her voice at all, just her crying. I can't imagine that I would be watching her making these gains that she's making, doing the things that she's doing (without the medical marijuana). I don't take it for granted. Every day is a blessing."

Matt added, "I want to scream it from the rooftops. I want other people, other parents, to know that this is a viable option."

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12-08-13, 01:56 #390
qd vi q tinha update do Jeep no topico sabia q ele traria alguma informação nova em um wall of text

mas não estava preparado pra isso

amanha eu leio, eu juro

Beijos!

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12-08-13, 02:17 #391
Cara, abre so o link do album com as legendas das fotos que ja diz o resumao, mas duvido que vc nao volte pra ler os detalhes

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12-08-13, 08:28 #392
resume ai pra nois portugueses jeep

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12-08-13, 08:31 #393
a menina era meio vegetal e tinha convulsões todo dia de 2 em 2 horas praticamente, começaram a dar oleo de cannabis pra ela, agora ela é bem mais sussa e tem umas 2 convulsoes por mês apenas

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12-08-13, 08:33 #394
Se botarem o CD do Bob no meio da terapia, certeza que para de vez as convulsões!

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12-08-13, 09:04 #395
pena q agora ela perdeu o respeito do evil!

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12-08-13, 09:44 #396
Paige soon heard about the Stanley brothers, one of the state's largest marijuana growers and dispensary owners. These six brothers were crossbreeding a strain of marijuana also high in CBD and low in THC, but they didn't know what to do with it. No one wanted it; they couldn't sell it.

Não vende pq não chapa... quem usa, quer chapar... ( nada de errado aí, eu tb não uso cerveja sem álcool )



Eu sempe falei isto... DERIVADOS da maconha que NÃO deixam chapado, em níveis seguros e controlados SERÃO SIM usados no futuro da medicina, e já em testes hj em dia...

E na medicina, sempre que um tratamento faça mal a longo prazo, mas estamos falando de tratar uma doença que mata em curto prazo, claro que o tratamento é válido.



Vejo isto da maconha tipo aqueles religiosos achando um absurdo e dizendo que os evolucionistas dizem que o homem veio do macaco. Dae vc tenta explicar que o homem e o macaco atual ambos tiveram um ancestral comum, mas é muito pra eles entenderem...

Há anos falo que maconha, a planta, é muito forte e com várias toxinas que fazem mal a saúde. No futuro haverá extratos apenas das substâncias corretas em doses corretas e isto sim fará bem. Mas tb é muito pra cabeça de alguns aqui entenderem...

Road, achei a menina full of respect !

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12-08-13, 10:23 #397
o problema eh q sua postura falando toda hora q maconha faz mal e bla bla bla, digamos q nao eh uma postura complacente com os beneficios q a mesma pode nos providenciar.
nao soh a sua postura como a de todo mundo q eh contra maconha e maconheiros, um dia a erva vai salvar vc ou alguem da sua familia e vai fazer com q vcs estejam guspindo no prato q vao comer.

tanto a politica, quanto a mentalidade de pessoas como vc, q ficam espalhando por ai q maconha faz mal, sao um passo pra traz na evolucao q a erva pode nos proporcionar.

a maconha eh nossa amiga, vc pode usar ou nao, ninguem eh obrigado a gostar de fumar e dos efeitos, mas TODOS devemos gostar dela, apoiar e lutar para q ela seja cada vez mais estudada e introduzida em nossas vida de maneira natural.

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off: rindo da tag do topico...

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12-08-13, 10:49 #399
pelo que entendi, eles vendem, mas pq nao poderiam por lei dar de graca, mas é no esquema "pague o que vc puder" ja que o foco deles (em tese) é medicinal.

Mas no texto mesmo fala isso que o evil sempre comenta, que no fim so toparam pq essa maconha ja era alterada para ter o efeito terapeutico, ja que numa crianca pequena os efeitos colaterais da maconha comum poderiam ser altos demais. Mas como os medicos que assinaram a autorizacao colocaram, era ultima chance mesmo, era isso ou por a menina em coma e/ou esperar morrer.

"(Charlotte's) been close to death so many times, she's had so much brain damage from seizure activity and likely the pharmaceutical medication," Gedde said. "When you put the potential risks of the cannabis in context like that, it's a very easy decision."

The second doctor to sign on was Alan Shackelford, a Harvard-trained physician who had a number of medical marijuana patients in his care. He wasn't familiar with Dravet and because of Charlotte's age had serious reservations.

"(But) they had exhausted all of her treatment options," Shackelford said. "There really weren't any steps they could take beyond what they had done. Everything had been tried -- except cannabis."

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12-08-13, 11:20 #400
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"(Charlotte's) been close to death so many times, she's had so much brain damage from seizure activity and likely the pharmaceutical medication," Gedde said. "When you put the potential risks of the cannabis in context like that, it's a very easy decision."

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12-08-13, 13:06 #401
Já que subiu o tópico, caso não tenham visto a mea culpa que o Dr. Sanjay Gupta lançou semana passada.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/08/health...ana/index.html

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Why I changed my mind on weed

Over the last year, I have been working on a new documentary called "Weed." The title "Weed" may sound cavalier, but the content is not.
I traveled around the world to interview medical leaders, experts, growers and patients. I spoke candidly to them, asking tough questions. What I found was stunning.
Long before I began this project, I had steadily reviewed the scientific literature on medical marijuana from the United States and thought it was fairly unimpressive. Reading these papers five years ago, it was hard to make a case for medicinal marijuana. I even wrote about this in a TIME magazine article, back in 2009, titled "Why I would Vote No on Pot."
Well, I am here to apologize.

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12-08-13, 18:14 #402
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Já que subiu o tópico, caso não tenham visto a mea culpa que o Dr. Sanjay Gupta lançou semana passada.

"interview medical leaders, experts, growers and patients."
achei que na ds tinha pelo menos os 2 do meio... alguem ai foi entrevistado ou o cara nao passou no brazio?

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12-08-13, 18:26 #403
Os 2 eu não digo, mas um com certeza tem

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12-08-13, 19:09 #404
eu gosto desse topico
porque foi esse topico que fez o Caveira vazar da DS
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12-08-13, 19:41 #405
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eu gosto desse topico
porque foi esse topico que fez o Caveira vazar da DS
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Bem lembrado hauahuahauahuah

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12-08-13, 20:06 #406
aehuaehaue pior q eh mesmo, o ultimo post dele foi aki tpo assim, super desapontado
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eu gosto desse topico
porque foi esse topico que fez o Caveira vazar da DS
risos
caveira vazou?
fez tanta falta que nem percebi...

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http://coletivodar.org/2014/04/jogad...ha-no-futebol/
 


O sindicato internacional de jogadores de futebol tenta há anos que a maconha deixe de ser considerada doping. Agora que a erva tem sido liberada em várias partes do mundo, os jogadores acreditam que a proibição esteja com os dias contados.

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23-12-16, 14:24 #409
E aí galera, cade os maconheiros da DS?

QUE FIM LEVOU MACONHA EDITION
road: continua igual
eu: cada vez melhor
blazed: rico e advogato

quem mais?

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23-12-16, 15:08 #410
tem o clash bandicoot, que vai lançar mais um, anunciou esse ano

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23-12-16, 15:10 #411
OW, MORAL, NEM LEMBRAVA DESSE TOPICO
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23-12-16, 16:19 #412
Tem eu aqui. Continuo atendendo os maconheiro tendo crise de ansiedade e fumando achando q isso baixa ansiedade.

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24-12-16, 20:39 #413
Gente que tópico memorável. Tive uma excelente experiência lendo todas as páginas.


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Apenas checando

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eu gosto desse topico
porque foi esse topico que fez o Caveira vazar da DS
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amo esse tópico

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27-12-16, 23:15 #418
Tá difícil entender o que o evil quis dizer... separar vários componentes e derivados da maconha pode ser muito benéfico... usar a porra toda de uma vez tem benefício, mas muito mais malefícios...
idêntico a história do opio e de vários anestésicos por aí... demorou até se desenvolver um uso controlado e seguro.

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28-12-16, 07:58 #419
Isso aqui é jornalice ou acabaram achando uma funcao util pro thc tambem? em geral falam bem do canabidiol e colocam o thc como dispensavel, nao?


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But THC can also bind to them in much the same way, and when they do, they start messing with your brain’s ability to communicate with itself. The can be a good and a bad thing, because while you might forget something important or suddenly be incapable of swinging a baseball bat, you’ll probably feel amazing, and want to eat all the snacks:

Over the years, research has suggested that by binding to these receptors, THC could be having another effect on ageing brains, because it appears to helps the body clear out the toxic accumulations - or 'plaques' - of amyloid beta.

No one’s entirely sure what causes Alzheimer’s disease, but it’s thought to result from a build-up of two types of lesions: amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles.
http://www.sciencealert.com/marijuan...from-the-brain

Marijuana compound removes toxic Alzheimer's protein from the brain

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This is awesome.
BEC CREW 30 JUN 2016
An active compound in marijuana called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has been found to promote the removal of toxic clumps of amyloid beta protein in the brain, which are thought to kickstart the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

The finding supports the results of previous studies that found evidence of the protective effects of cannabinoids, including THC, on patients with neurodegenerative disease.

"Although other studies have offered evidence that cannabinoids might be neuroprotective against the symptoms of Alzheimer's, we believe our study is the first to demonstrate that cannabinoids affect both inflammation and amyloid beta accumulation in nerve cells," says one of the team, David Schubert from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in California.

Schubert and his colleagues tested the effects of THC on human neurons grown in the lab that mimic the effects of Alzheimer's disease.

If you’re not familiar with this special little compound, it’s not only responsible for the majority of marijuana's psychological effects - including the high - thanks to its natural pain-relieving properties, it’s also been touted as an effective treatment for the symptoms of everything from HIV and chemotherapy to chronic pain, post traumatic stress disorder, and stroke.

In fact, THC appears to be such an amazing medical agent, researchers are working on breeding genetically modified yeast that can produce it way more efficiently than it would be to make synthetic versions.

The compound works by passing from the lungs to the bloodstream, where it attaches to two types of receptors, cannabinoid receptor (CB) 1 and 2, which are found on cell surfaces all over the body.

In the brain, these receptors are most concentrated in neurons associated with pleasure, memory, thinking, coordination and time perception, and usually bind with a class of lipid molecules called endocannabinoids that are produced by the body during physical activity to promote cell-to-cell signalling in the brain.

But THC can also bind to them in much the same way, and when they do, they start messing with your brain’s ability to communicate with itself. The can be a good and a bad thing, because while you might forget something important or suddenly be incapable of swinging a baseball bat, you’ll probably feel amazing, and want to eat all the snacks:

Over the years, research has suggested that by binding to these receptors, THC could be having another effect on ageing brains, because it appears to helps the body clear out the toxic accumulations - or 'plaques' - of amyloid beta.

No one’s entirely sure what causes Alzheimer’s disease, but it’s thought to result from a build-up of two types of lesions: amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles.

Amyloid plaques sit between the neurons as dense clusters of beta-amyloid molecules - a sticky type of protein that easily clumps together - and neurofibrillary tangles are caused by defective tau proteins that clump up into a thick, insoluble mass in the neurons.


It’s not clear why these lesions begin to appear in the brain, but studies have linked inflammation in the brain tissue to the proliferation of plaques and neurofibrillary tangles. So if we can find something that eases brain inflammation while at the same time encourages the body to clear out these lesions, we could be on the way to finding the first effective treatment for Alzheimer’s ever.

Back in 2006, researchers at the Scripps Research Institute found that THC inhibits the formation of amyloid plaques by blocking the enzyme in the brain that produces them, and now Schubert and his team have demonstrated that it can also eliminate a dangerous inflammatory response from the nerve cells, ensuring their survival.

"Inflammation within the brain is a major component of the damage associated with Alzheimer's disease, but it has always been assumed that this response was coming from immune-like cells in the brain, not the nerve cells themselves," says one of the team, Antonio Currais.

"When we were able to identify the molecular basis of the inflammatory response to amyloid beta, it became clear that THC-like compounds that the nerve cells make themselves may be involved in protecting the cells from dying."

It's exciting stuff, but it's so far only been demonstrated in neurons in the lab, so the next step will be for Schubert and his team to observe the link between THC and reduced inflammation and plaque build-up in a clinical trial. And they've reportedly already found a drug candidate called J147 that appears to have the same effects as THC, so this might be the way they can test the effects of THC without the government getting in the way.

The results have been published in Aging and Mechanisms of Disease.

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28-12-16, 09:14 #420
Tudo tá em estudo Jeep. De tempos em tempos sai coisas novas. Essa do thc pra alzheimer é nova pra mim.

Mas já existe um medicamento que comprovadamente previne alzheimer. O lítio. Em baixíssimas doses, bem menor que pro tratamento do transtorno bipolar, já é suficiente.

Sobre o thc fazer bem seria de forma simples: faz bem em intensidade 1 e mal em intensidade 50. Canabidinol só bem.

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