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From Wikipedia: Bhang is a preparation from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, smoked or consumed as a beverage in the Indian subcontinent. Ingredients 3 grams (1/8 ounce) butter 2 cups milk 1-2 grams of hash or cannabis pinch of spice (cinnamon or nutmeg, depending on your tastes) Directions
This Instructable takes a bit more than a week to complete, but the end result is certainly worth it! You will need: - 1 1/2 cups of vodka (can use more or less if desired) - 1 tub of gummi bear candies, plastic with lid (about 1kg. Tub found at Wal-mart) - 1 can of frozen juice concentrate, any flavour desired (I used fruit punch.) You can keep the juice frozen for now, as you will not need it for a few days. - First step is to open the lid of your gummi bears and pour in the vodka.
Preach, sister. I am a twenty-two-year-old student and artist living with fibromyalgia . I suffer every day in living hell, my body burns with pain so bad I can’t even clean or walk my dog. Normal medications for fibro only have a 40% chance of having any effect, but I found one way to help me have the relief that allows me to live a normal, active, pain-free life: Marijuana. When I smoke, the pain melts away, I walk my dog, go to class, clean my house.
Draft rules for medical use of marijuana in Massachusetts, issued Friday by the state Department of Public Health, largely leave it up to doctors to decide which patients will qualify for treatment with the drug. Patients must have a debilitating condition -- defined as causing weakness, wasting syndrome, intractable pain or nausea, or impairing strength or ability and limiting major life activities -- and the regulations list qualifying conditions, including cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and ALS. But the rules also would allow doctors and their patients to decide what other conditions would qualify patients for treatment. The 45 pages of rules also would require applicants wishing to open a medical marijuana treatment center, known as a dispensary, to be a nonprofit and to operate their own cultivation and dispensing facilities. No wholesale distribution of marijuana products would be allowed, the department said in a news release.
Breathe easy, tokers. Smoking marijuana in moderate amounts may not be so bad for your lungs, after all. A new study, published in this month's Journal of the American Medical Association , tested the lung function of over 5,000 young adults between 18 and 30 to determine marijuana's effect on lungs. After 20 years of testing, researchers found some buzzworthy results: regular marijuana smokers (defined by up to a joint a day for seven years) had no discernable impairment in lung activity from non-smokers. In fact, researchers were surprised to find marijuana smokers performed slightly better than both smokers and non-smokers on the lung performance test.