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Coffee, over-the-counter drugs and cold showers are hangover cures of the past -- but experts say smoking marijuana may become the newest remedy for binge-drinking college students. A University of California, San Diego study suggests marijuana may protect the brain from some of the damage caused by binge drinking, though its results face some contention from experts. James Strauss, a senior lecturer in anatomy and physiology at Penn State, said the idea that marijuana is safer than alcohol is a "real stretch." In reality, he said, the study's most important findings were that the best way to protect the brain from damage is to not smoke or binge drink. "Why can't people go out and have fun sober without using drugs or alcohol as a crutch?"
Great Pot Cookies From: P. Bartel Date: Wed, 31 May 95 21:30:14 -0700 for 1 cookie: 1 joint worth of pot 1/4 tsp. oil (just enough to moisten the pot) 1 tbsp. oats 2 tsp.
Market Analysis : Kush narrowly beat out Diesel for the month’s top pot spot after the two hallowed strains tied for the most submissions in June. Kush’s popularity hasn’t diminished in 2011, as the strain either finished first or tied for first every month this year except for January. Once again, Blue Dream was among the top five most submitted strains, achieving back-to-back top five finishes after making the cut back in June for the first time in six months. The top five submitted strains (with average price) were Kush ($367), Diesel ($357), Purps ($350), Haze ($388) and Blue Dream ($432).