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Diméthyltryptamine Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La diméthyltryptamine (N,N-diméthyltryptamine) ou DMT est une substance psychotrope puissante (souvent synthétique mais aussi présente de façon naturelle dans plusieurs plantes dont les psychotria ou Anadenanthera). Elle est considérée comme un stupéfiant dans certains pays. Historique[modifier | modifier le code] Elle fut synthétisée pour la première fois en 1931 par un chimiste anglais Richard Manske qui l'appelle alors nigerine[2] et c'est sous cette forme qu'elle est consommée comme drogue dans les pays occidentaux. Chimie[modifier | modifier le code] La DMT est un dérivé de la tryptamine (composé aromatique) dans lequel les atomes d'hydrogène de l'atome d'azote situé à l'extrémité de la chaîne carbonée sont remplacés par des groupements méthyle. Sa structure chimique est proche de la psilocine ou la sérotonine[2]. Synthèse[modifier | modifier le code] La Diméthyltryptamine peut être produite à partir de l'indole. (en) DMT sur

Cannabis Film And Video Library A collection of the most important films and television programmes about cannabis and prohibition This is provided as a service to the cause and the contribution and efforts of the film makers and participants are recognised and appreciated. The collection is organised into three sections: The Prohibition story, how we got into this mess; Factual and not so factual: Programms which claim to be factual documentaries about cannabis and Medicinal, programmes about cannabis as a medicine Full alphabetical listing here 1: The Prohibition Story How did we get here and what’s happening now? The historical perspective and the fight for law reform – How accurately does the media portray cannabis and the prohibition debate? The prohibition Story 2: Factual And Not So Factual The media often presents supposedly factual programmes about cannabis and prohibition, but are they entirely factual? Factual And Not So Factual 3: Medicinal Cannabis Cannabis as a medicine. Medicinal Cannabis CLEAR Youtube Channel

Monsanto, and GMO Terminator Cannabis Jul-18-2011 17:58 Now Monsanto wants to control and genetically modify your pot seeds... (WASHINGTON D.C.) - Cannabis prohibition has served to redirect human evolution from that of a decentralized agrarian lifestyle and natural economy, to a centralized petro-chemical military dictatorship controlled through the artificial economic will of private banks and other trans-national corporate interests. An article by D.M. “Hemps prohibition has led to untold suffering around the globe. “None of this oil-related horror—along with the deplorable degradation of the environment globally—would have occurred if hemp had not been prohibited but had been used wisely and intelligently as a major foundation of human society. “It is said that hemp has up to 50,000 uses, from fiber to fuel to food, but I’ll just provide a taste here:” SEE: Some of the Directors of DPA include the following:

Bradford father Colin Berry died in front of his daughter 'after gun went off during police home raid' Colin Berry, 49, died in drugs raid on his Bradford home earlier this monthInquest hears his daughter was in the room when he was killed by gun By Hugo Gye Published: 13:24 GMT, 30 April 2013 | Updated: 13:38 GMT, 30 April 2013 A father of three died in front of his daughter when a gun went off during a fight with police in his bedroom, an inquest has heard. Unarmed officers raided Colin Berry's home in Bradford earlier this month to carry out a search for illegal drugs. They found him with his daughter in an upstairs bedroom with a gun held behind his back. A scuffle ensued, during which the weapon was discharged, and Mr Berry was pronounced dead at the scene from a gunshot wound to the head. Death: Forensic officers at the home of Colin Berry after he was killed by a gunshot wound The 49-year-old's death came as a shock to neighbours, who knew him as a reformed character and a born-again Christian. 'His daughter was with him at the time,' Ms Lee said.

The Truth About Hair and why Native/Indians would keep their hair long | Listen To the Red Shaman And Friends 2013 Reported by C. Young This information about hair has been hidden from the public since the Viet Nam War . Our culture leads people to believe that hair style is a matter of personal preference, that hair style is a matter of fashion and/or convenience, and that how people wear their hair is simply a cosmetic issue. Back in the Viet Nam war however, an entirely different picture emerged, one that has been carefully covered up and hidden from public view. In the early nineties, Sally [name changed to protect privacy] was married to a licensed psychologist who worked at a VA Medical hospital. Sally said, \” I remember clearly an evening when my husband came back to our apartment on Doctor\’s Circle carrying a thick official looking folder in his hands. selected men were extensively documented as experts in tracking and survival. With the usual enticements, the well proven smooth phrases used to enroll new recruits, some of these indian trackers were then enlisted.

Seattle police cure munchies with Doritos at city's Hempfest Seattle police give away 1,000 bags of Doritos with advice about smoking pot on them"Don't drive while high" and "Don't use pot in public," the bags read"We knew if we did leaflets, it would turn into litter," one sergeant saysThe cops ran out of Doritos in less than 30 minutes at Seattle's Hempfest (CNN) -- When Seattle pot smokers got the munchies this weekend, the cops had their back. Now that marijuana is legal in Washington, there's not much police could do about weed-toting revelers at the city's Hempfest. But they did want to explain the new rules surrounding recreational marijuana use in the state -- and hit upon a novel distribution format: Doritos. Sticking the cops' messages on something edible was a no-brainer, Seattle police Sgt. "We knew if we did leaflets, it would turn into litter," he said. Each bag contained some sage Dos and Don'ts. The Don'ts included "Don't drive while high," and "Don't use pot in public. And the Dos? The crowd ate it up. And it's worked.

125 Year Old Pot Smoker Claims Weed Was Her Secret To Longevity | Health (Before It's News) A 125-year-old woman, said to be one of the oldest women in India, died at her home in Orissa, her family said Sunday. Fulla Nayak claimed that smoking cannabis every day was her secret to long life. Fulla Nayak, a resident of Kanarpur village in the coastal district of Kendrapada, died of old age complications Saturday. According to her 72-year-old grandson, Fulla was 125. The grand old woman lived in a small mud-walled thatched house in Kanarpur, about 25 km from the district headquarters. Her eldest daughter, Jamuna, 92, lives in the same village. Fulla was in the news when her grandson Narayan Nayak claimed last week that she could be the oldest woman living in the world. Fulla was known for her love of smoking ganja and cigars and palm juice. She had never suffered any debilitating ailment throughout her life.

Marijuana Inc Documentary part 1 Bhang This article is about a preparation of cannabis leaves and flowers. For the similarly-named cannabis pipe, see Bong. Bhang (Hindi: भाँग) is a preparation from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, consumed as a beverage in the Indian subcontinent. Indian subcontinent[edit] Bhang has been used as an intoxicant for centuries in the Indian subcontinent. Bhang in India and Nepal is distributed during some Hindu festivals like Holi, and consuming bhang at such occasions is a common practice.[1][2] History[edit] Bhang has been used in India since Vedic times, and is an integral part of North Indian culture. In 1596, Dutchman Jan Huyghen van Linschoten spent three pages on "Bangue" in his historic work documenting his journeys in the East, also mentioning the Egyptian Hashish, Turkish Boza, Turkish Bernavi, and Arabic Bursj forms of consumption.[3] The historian Richard Davenport-Hines lists Thomas Bowrey as the first Westerner to document the use of bhang.[4] Preparation[edit]

Molecular Biologist Explains How THC Kills Cancer Completely by Christina Sarich From Compultense University in Madrid, Spain, Dr. Christina Sanchez has been studying the anti-tumor effects of THC, the main psychoactive component of cannabis, for over a decade. Her research is an addition to other’s work, such as British scientist, Wai Liu, an oncologist at the University of London’s St. Liu points out that pharmaceutical companies spend billions on drugs that do the very same thing, while the cannabis plant does it naturally. “There’s quite a lot of cancers that should respond quite nicely to these cannabis agents,” Liu said. This comes at an important time when states are legalizing medical marijuana and the federal government is receiving pressure to de-list cannabis as an illegal drug – an archaic and erroneous definition of a plant which the Feds say ‘has no medicinal value’, even though they hold numerous patents on the plant. Patent No. 6,630,507, for example, is for cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants. Sources: Image Credit