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THC - Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol

THCA - Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid

THCV - Tetrahydrocannabivarin

CBD - Cannabidiol

CBN - Cannabinol

CBG - Cannabigerol

CBC - Cannabichromene

Terpenes (C5H8) - medicinal molecules and important building blocks in nature
- pronounced (TUR-peen)
- diverse group of organic HydroCarbons (C5H8), produced by a wide variety of plants
- terpenoids are terpenes which have been chemically modified.  They are important building blocks for certain odors, hormones, vitamins, pigments, steroids, resins, essential oils, and CANNABINOIDS! 
- they are naturally released from plants when temperatures are higher, helping to seed clouds which then cool the plants
- they interact with each other synergistically for a range of different smells/qualities/effects

Effects when ingested by an animal can be:
- anti-microbial, anti-carcinogen, anti-oxidant, analgesic (painkiller), anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxer, anti-depressant, psychoactive (active molecules in Wormwood/absinthe, Salvia, and Cannabis), anti-anxiety, sedative, vasoconstrictant, vasorelaxant, sensory enhancer...
- some are poisonous to varying degrees and act as natural pesticides (poison hemlock)

In Cannabis:
- over 120 different terpenes can be manufactured by Cannabis, some only in trace amounts with others in double-digit percentage
- produced in the Trichomes, the same glands where THC is produced, comprising between 10 and 20 percent of the total oils produced by the glands
- about 10-29 percent of marijuana smoke resin is composed of terpenes/terpenoids
- drug sniffing dogs are able to smell odorous terpenes, not THC
- age, maturation and time of day can affect the amount and ratios of terpenes.  They are constantly being produced but are vaporized by heat and light of the day… so harvest in early morning!
- climate and weather also affect terpene and flavonoid production. The same variety, even genotype, can produce a different terpene profile when grown in different soils or with different fertilizers.
- in addition to many circulatory and muscular effects, some terpenes interact with neurological receptors
- a few bind weakly to Cannabinoid receptors
- others seem to alter the permeability of cell membranes and allow in either more or less THC
- others affect serotonin and dopamine chemistry (neurotransmitters)

Examples of some common Terpenes found in Cannabis:
- Borneol- menthol, camphor, pine, woody.  Can be easily converted into menthol. Found in Cinnamon and Wormwood.  It is considered a "calming sedative" in Chinese medicine. It is directed for fatigue, recovery from illness and stress.
- Caryophyllene - spicy, sweet, woody, clove, camphor, peppery.  Found in black pepper(15-25%), clove(10-20%) and cotton(15-25%). It binds weakly to CB2 receptor.  As a topical it is one of the constituents of clove oil, an anti-inflammatory and analgesic treatment for toothache.  In high amounts, it’s a calcium and potassium ion channel blocker.  As a result, it impedes the pressure exerted by heart muscles.  Since THC does not have a smell, drug dogs are trained to find one, very smelly molecule called Caryophyllene-epoxide!
- Cineole/Eucalyptol- spicy, camphor, refreshing, minty.  Found in rosemary, eucalyptus.  It is used to increase circulation, pain relief and easily crosses the blood-brain-barrier to trigger fast olfactory reaction. Eucalyptus oil is considered centering, balancing and stimulating. It is possibly the stimulating and thought provoking part of the cannabis smoke stream.
- Delta3Carene- sweet, pine, cedar, woodsy, pungent.  A constituent of rosemary, pine and cedar resin. In aroma therapy, cypress oil, high in D-3-carene, is used to dry excess fluids, tears, running noses, excess menstrual flow and perspiration. It may contribute to the dry eye and mouth experienced by some marijuana users.
- Limonene- citrus (orange, tangerine, lemon, and grapefruit), rosemary, juniper, peppermint.  Repulsive to predators.  Found in the rinds of many fruits and flowers.  With the presence of other certain terpenes, Limonene can be an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-depressant and anti- carcinogen.  It can synergistically promote the absorption of other terpenes by quickly penetrating cell membranes. The result can be increased systolic blood pressure.  Since Limonene is such a potent anti-fungal and anti-cancer agent, it is thought to protect against aspergillus fungi and carcinogens found in cannabis smoke streams! 
- Linolool- floral (spring flowers), lily, citrus and candied spice.  Possesses anti-anxiety and sedative properties (also in lavender).  
- Myrcene – clove like, earthy, green-vegetative, citrus, fruity with tropical mango and minty nuances.  The most prevalent terpene found in most varieties of marijuana, it is also present in high amounts in Mangos, hops, lemon grass, East Indian bay tree, verbena and Mercia.  Myrcene is one of the most important chemicals used in the perfumery industry. Because of its pleasant odor, it is occasionally used directly.  It’s a building block for menthol, citronella, and geraniol.  It possesses antimicrobial, antiseptic, analgesic, antioxidant, anti-carcinogen, anti depressant, anti-inflammatory, and muscle relaxing effects.   Myrcene affects the permeability of the cell membranes, allowing more THC to reach brain cells.
- Pinene- Alpha: pine needles, rosemary Beta: dill, parsley, rosemary, basil, yarrow, rose, hops, the familiar odor associated with pine trees and their resins. It is the major component in turpentine and is found in many other plant essential oils including rosemary, sage, and eucalyptus.  Pinene can increase mental focus and energy, as well as act as an expectorant, bronchodilator (the smoke seems to expand in your lungs), and topical antiseptic. It easily crosses the blood-brain barrier where it inhibits activity of acetylcholinesterase, which destroys acetylcholine, an information transfer molecule, resulting in better memory. It may counteract THC's activity, which leads to low acetylcholine levels.  Largely due to the presence of pinene, rosemary and sage are both considered "memory plants."  Concoctions made from their leaves have been used for thousands of years in traditional medicine to retain and restore memory.
- Pulegone- mint, camphor, rosemary, candy.  It is implicated in liver damage in very high dosages. It is found in tiny quantities in marijuana.  Pulegone is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor. That is, it stops the action of the protein that destroys acetylcholine, which is used by the brain to store memories.
- Sabinene - Found in oak trees, tea tree oil, black pepper and is a major constituent of carrot seed oil. 
- Terpineol- floral, lilac, citrus, apple/orange blossoms, lime.  It is a minor constituent of many plant essential oils. It is used in perfumes and soaps for fragrance.  It reduces physical motility 45% in lab rat tests... Couch-lock effect? 

Synthetic Cannabis alternatives:
- Marinol, synthetic THC, contains no terpenes… hence little medical value
- Sativex maintains a strict ratio of THC and CBD but also maintains a strict ratio of certain terpenes, yet the company doesn’t mention what the actual concentrations of terpenoids might be.  Probably still not the same profile nor medicinal benefits as the whole cannabis plant.

Try at home!
- Inhale the herbal aromas prior to consumption. Break up the bud, releasing volatile terpenes and INHALE deeply through your nose.  Wait 5 minutes and you will maximize the benefits from that bud.
- Eat a Mango 1 hour before consuming Cannabis.  Mangos are high in Myrcene which increases the effects of THC.  Especially if it’s a less potent strain, you should notice more of a "zing"... :) - Source:

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By Admins (from 15/03/2014 @ 12:02:15, in ro - Observator Global, read 186 times)

Cartofii se cultiva foarte usor, pot fi crescuti atat in gradina cat si in saci din plastic, ghivece, galeti sau cutii din lemn inalte. Trebuie doar sa le oferiti soare si apa.

La plantare se folosesc cartofi incoltiti pe care fie ii cumparati de la magazinele de profil, fie lasati cartofii din camara sa incolteasca si ii folositi pe aceia. Doar sa nu fie tratati. Eu cumpar de la supermarket saci de 3-5 kg de cartofi, folosesc o parte din ei, apoi pe cei care incoltesc ii pun in pamant. Plantez la 2 saptamani 3-4 cuiburi de cartofi si astfel am toata vara si pana toamna cartofi noi cu coaja subtire. Asa am procedat anul trecut, anul acesta, deoarece imi voi mari putin gradina, voi pune mai multi cartofi si poate imi raman cativa si pentru iarna.

Dar iata cum se procedeaza.

Cartofii se planteaza in gradina in luna martie, dupa ce pamantul s-a dezghetat. Acestia sunt cartofii de primavara sau noi si vor putea fi recoltati incepand cu luna iunie. Cei plantati mai tarziu, in aprilie, vor fi recoltati in iulie-august si sunt cartofi de vara, iar cei plantati in mai-iunie sunt cartofii de toamna si se recolteaza in septembrie.

Se sapa bine pamantul si se amesteca prin sapare cu ingrasamant natural. Se grebleaza si se fac la o distanta de 40-50 cm una de alta cateva gropi adanci de aproximativ 20 cm. In fiecare groapa pun 1-2 cartofi cu mugurii in sus. Se acopera gropile cu pamant usor musuroit. Se uda bine si in scrut timp veti observa plantele de cartof iesind din pamant. Atunci cand plantele cresc inalte de 15 cm, acoperiti cu pamant jumatate din tulpina, formand un musuroi. Astfel, tinuta la intuneric, planta va forma din tulpina principala alte tulpini si radacini suplimentare, iar recolta va fi mai bogata. Udati-i des.

Recoltarea cartofilor poate incepe dupa ce planta infloreste, insa atunci cartofii vor fi mici. Daca doriti sa ii lasati sa creasca mai mult, mai ales in perioada infloririi trebuie udati des. Eu, atunci cand doresc sa consum cartofi merg in gradina si scot cate un cuib de cartofi proaspeti. Restul ii las sa creasca pana cand planta se usuca de tot. Atunci ei ajung la maturitate. Puteti sa ii scoateti din pamant, sa ii lasati sa se usuce 2 ore la soare, apoi sa ii puneti la pastrare  la intuneric intr-o ladita de carton, sau puteti sa ii mai lasati in pamant si sa ii scoateti cand ii folositi sau toamna.

Daca ii plantati in casa in ghivece (sau pe un balcon inchis, sera – feriti de inghet), galeti sau alte recipiente, puteti incepe planatarea cartofilor inca din ianuarie. Ghiveciul trebuie sa fie destul de mare, cu un diametru de 30-40 cm. Se pune in el pamant cam 10-15 cm, apoi se pun 3-4 cartofi incoltiti si se acopera cu pamant. Se uda si se pune ghiveciul la lumina. Atunci cand afara se incalzeste (martie), pot fi mutate ghivecele afara. In rest, se procedeaza la fel.

Sursa: DinGradinaLuiArdei

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Where am I??? Hello... You don't remember me... but I remember you!!! That was once upon a time. All I wanted was to play on the seesaw... and all those times you ignored me. All you did was stick to your pathetic word games and spent time with your stupid pet chicken, Gary!!! Yo Dude!!! So, okay... yeah... I lose. Let's play what you want to play, but this time we play by my rules!!! Don't worry... someone special has decided to keep you company. Your dear little Gary Junior!!! HHHEEEELLLLLPPP!!! Win the game and everyone goes home happy... but if you lose, the chick dies! Uh... that's a joke, right?!? So... Let's play a game. MOOOMMMYYY!!!

HOW TO PLAY? All you have to do is find words and earn enough points to reach your target. The longer the word, the more points you get. Click on a letter on the Grid to form a word. A letter may be selected if it is adjacent to the last selected letter in the word, and if it is not already selected. Click on a letter to select it, Click again to deselect. Pressing the BACKSPACE key can also be used to deselect the last letter in the selection. You may check if your word is valid by clicking on the CHECK WORD button. The ENTER key may also be used. The CLEAR button allows you to deselect all the selected letters. The SPACEBAR works the same way. The Grid has been pre-plotted with three (3) hidden words (always more than 5 letters long) which give extra points when found. Click I NEED HELP button to get hints regarding these words so you'll know what to look for. Be warry of the clock, coz it's game over if you don't hit your target and run out of time.

Seesaw: Let's play a game. Fail and the chick dies... It's an evil word game inspired by the Saw series!


Controls: Keyboard and Mouse: Click on the letters you want to pick Clear Space bar Check word Enter

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By Admins (from 15/03/2014 @ 08:03:51, in en - Video Alert, read 383 times)

In the second episode, James explores the hidden world of organised crime linked to the supply of cannabis in the UK, following a police drug squad and the UK Border Agency as they target gangs and smugglers. He meets the casualties of the drugs trade, including a 14-year-old addict who has convictions for burglary to fund his habit and a Vietnamese teenager smuggled into Britain by lorry to work in British cannabis farms to supply the huge demand.

Ex-EastEnders star James Alexandrou was caught smoking cannabis by the tabloids when he left the soap. Now he wants to find out the truth about the most popular illegal drug in Britain, see the lengths people will go to get it and discover exactly where it comes from.


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How to Play? Your quest is to bring the ring through the pipes until it reaches the Finish line. Avoid to touch the pipes because you will lose the life and go back to the starting point! Try to move as fast as possible because you have a count down time, you'll get the bonus time while playing. Be careful! Each pipe has its own movement.

Ruma Pipe FALSH GAME: Run the pipes without errors in this wonderful classic game remake, Ruma Pipe!

Controls: Keyboard: Arrow keys.

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By Admins (from 14/03/2014 @ 07:01:48, in en - Video Alert, read 245 times)

Ex-EastEnders star James Alexandrou explores the truth about Britain's favourite illegal drug, from cannabis sold on the street to the hidden world of organised crime. EPISODE 1 OF 2. Exploring the use and effects of Britain's most popular illegal drug.

James Alexandrou was caught smoking cannabis by the tabloids when he left the soap. Now he wants to find out the truth about the most popular illegal drug in Britain, see the lengths people will go to get it and discover exactly where it comes from.

In the first of two programs, James looks at the effects of the drug on the streets of Britain, meeting a 17-year-old who smokes weed with his parents and a mum-of-three who uses cannabis to keep her emotions in check. He meets people who are growing cannabis illegally for themselves and goes out on patrol with a police drug squad as they clamp down on large-scale cannabis growers. He also travels to California, the first state in America to license cannabis for medicinal use.


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UPDATE: It looks like deleting and banning those users does not help. Look at this screenshot from another of our Facebook groups Multilingual World Observatory (link HERE). See how many spooks without a picture left their mark...

The problem of being in the purgatory of a FB group will persist. We have found this solution: Cancel yourself from the group, you'll get the messagge you are not a member..., then ask any Admin to Add you to that same Group. That should work. Best of Luck. Ford Turani (link HERE).

We are talking about this Cannabis group we've created on Facebook (link here): Post any news articles in any language about Marijuana, Cannabis, Pot and Weed... Only the Truth! N.B.: Cannabis Cures Cancer, google it! (search link here)

Days ago our FB account as TurismoAssociati was cancelled by the "social network" (more a fascist tracking device) because we were a website and not an individual person (read more here). So we created another account as Ford Turani making a Facebook Page for Turismo Associati (this one). But strange, all our posts, pictures, comments and files uploaded before were cancelled. The group CANNABIS was still left because we had other Admins, good activists ready to spread the word of peace, love, health and evolutive information.

So we asked to Join again our group with almost 800 members. We were added by our good friend Fenwick Hunter, but, strangely, we were not able to post or comment on the Group.

Worse than that, although we were put as Admins in the group, we were still able to Join the Group...! See the image above:

Cool (Kafka's K knows what we're talking about...), we are a member of a FaceBook group, made Admins, who can not post on it's own group. We tried to make somebody else Admin, but got this messagge at the end: "No Permission to Post. You do not have permission to post in this group." OKAY?! they ask...

It sure looks like the user we've chosen to be between the Admins, CanAbizz Swiss Psy, was not made as admin, because we had no permission. But please look at the next screen shot... we can Remove him from administering the group... so it was all just smoke in our eyes:

We searched the web for analogue cases, and found this answer:

You should check and see if anyone has blocked you! If you go to your members list, look at all the members. If any of the names appear in black, they have blocked you.

Delete and ban them.

It's a tedious process, especially if you have a bunch of members, but it just might help. Member's names should always be in blue.

So we looked among the members, and found this Fucking Troll, Termerthy Gordon, the party pooper! Let's get him and see if we solve the censuring problem!

Ford Turani for

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Qube In: Score big points with long words in this cute vocabulary game, Qube-in!



Controls: Mouse: Left Click to select the letters you want. Click shuffle if you get stuck

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In the early 1960s, a young postdoctoral student stumbled onto something that puzzled him.

After reading the literature on cannabis, he was surprised to see that while the active compound in morphine had been isolated from opium poppies 100 years before and cocaine isolated from coca leaves around the same time, the active component of marijuana was still unknown.

This simple observation launched his life's work.

That young Israeli researcher, Raphael Mechoulam, is now a heavily decorated scientist, recently nominated for the prestigious Rothschild Prize. More than 50 years ago, however, he had trouble starting his scientific journey.

For starters, he needed cannabis to study and didn't know how to obtain it. Eventually, he obtained his research supply from friends in the police department. The young scientist was in a hurry, and didn't want to wait to cut through the red tape required by Israel's Health Ministry.
"Yes, I broke the law," he told me when I met with him in Tel Aviv last year, "but I apologized and explained what I was trying to do."

It's a good thing the Israeli government didn't stall his progress, because Mechoulam was moving at breakneck speed.
By 1963, he determined the structure of cannabidiol (CBD), an important component of marijuana. A year later, he became the first person to isolate delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Over the ensuing decades, Mechoulam and his team continued to isolate numerous compounds from the cannabis plant.

Their work also went a long way toward illuminating how the drug works in the brain. When Mechoulam's team identified the first known endogenous cannabinoid, a chemical actually made by the brain itself, he named it "anandamide." In the Sanskrit language, ananda means "supreme bliss," which gives us some insight into what Mechoulam thinks of cannabinoids overall.

It was halfway through our long afternoon discussion that Mechoulam, now 83, pulled out a paper he had written in 1999, describing something known as "the entourage effect."

Think of it like this: There are more than 480 natural components found within the cannabis plant, of which 66 have been classified as "cannabinoids." Those are chemicals unique to the plant, including delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiols. There are, however, many more, including:

-- Cannabigerols (CBG);
-- Cannabichromenes (CBC);
-- other Cannabidiols (CBD);
-- other Tetrahydrocannabinols (THC);
-- Cannabinol (CBN) and cannabinodiol (CBDL);
-- other cannabinoids (such as cannabicyclol (CBL), cannabielsoin (CBE), cannabitriol (CBT) and other miscellaneous types).

Other constituents of the cannabis plant are: nitrogenous compounds (27 known), amino acids (18), proteins (3), glycoproteins (6), enzymes (2), sugars and related compounds (34), hydrocarbons (50), simple alcohols (7), aldehydes (13), ketones (13), simple acids (21), fatty acids (22), simple esters (12), lactones (1), steroids (11), terpenes (120), non-cannabinoid phenols (25), flavonoids (21), vitamins (1), pigments (2), and other elements (9).

Here is the important point. Mechoulam, along with many others, said he believes all these components of the cannabis plant likely exert some therapeutic effect, more than any single compound alone.

While science has not yet shown the exact role or mechanism for all these various compounds, evidence is mounting that these compounds work better together than in isolation: That is the "entourage effect."

Take the case of Marinol, which is pure, synthetic THC. When the drug became available in the mid-1980s, scientists thought it would have the same effect as the whole cannabis plant. But it soon became clear that most patients preferred using the whole plant to taking Marinol.

Researchers began to realize that other components, such as CBD, might have a larger role than previously realized.

To better understand the concept of the entourage effect, I traveled to the secret labs of GW Pharmaceuticals, outside London. In developing Sativex, a cannabis-based drug to treat multiple sclerosis, the company's chairman, Dr. Geoffrey Guy, told me the company ran into some of the same obstacles that Marinol faced.

More than a decade of experiments revealed that a whole plant extract, bred to contain roughly the same amounts of THC and CBD in addition to the other components in the plant, was more effective in reducing the pain and spasms of MS than a medication made of a single compound.

It could be that multiple individual compounds play a role, or it could be due to their interaction in the body; it could also be combination of both, Guy said.

Now, maybe this all sounds obvious. After all, eating real fruits, vegetables and other plants provides better nutrition than just taking vitamin pills with one nutrient or mineral in each. Science is showing us that we can likely say the same about cannabis.

As we move forward with creating medicines, like Charlotte's Web, for the patients who can benefit from cannabis -- this is an important point to keep in mind.

Unlike other drugs that may work well as single compounds, synthesized in a lab, cannabis may offer its most profound benefit as a whole plant, if we let the entourage effect flower, as Mechoulam suggested more than a decade ago.

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DECIZIE IMPORTANTĂ. România a legalizat marijuana medicinală.

Nu este vorba de folosirea ca drog, ci pentru oferirea unui ajutor pentru scăderea durerii si a frecventei crizelor.

Legile 143 si 339 reglementează folosirea derivatilor din marijuana în scop medical (tincturi, răsini sau fragmente vegetale) până acum interdictia acoperea atât posesia, cât si uzul de cannabis în toate formele.

Marihuana este folosită de bolnavii de cancer pentru ameliorarea durerilor si în prezent se realizează teste pentru Parkinson, Alzhemeir si sindromul Tourette.

Schimbarea legislativă oferă posibilitatea Agentiei Medicamentului să îsi dea acordul pentru producătorii care vor să scoată pe piată astfel de medicamente, iar următorul pas este ca Ministerul Sănătătii să includă preparatele pe lista de compensate, lucru care se întâmplă deja în alte nouă tări din Uniunea Europeană.

Cu doua săptămâni în urmă, si Franta a mutat compusii din marijuana de pe lista neagră pe cea albă. Medicamentele, care se dau numai cu retetă, vor ajunge în perioada următoare în farmacii.

Sursa: EVZ (4 Octombrie 2013) - Autor: Sorin Breazu

Este nevoie de o adaptare legislativa a actelor normative mentionate. Pana nu apare legea in Monitorul Oficial, nu putem vorbi de legalitate. Legea va nominaliza cu siguranta produsele medicale sub a caror forma se vor regasi canabisul/ marijuana. AvocatNet

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DId not know such thing existed ....Interesting, It might be another source to extract properties useful for us. But I would definitely do more research...
12/09/2014 @ 22:32:48
By Lamano Conpelos
It's illegal in Italy.
09/09/2014 @ 12:20:42
By Stefan Danov
Se strang semnaturi si apoi se intampla ce, avand in vedere ca nu e o petitie? De cate semnaturi e nevoie, care sunt pasii de dupa strangerea semnaturilor... cine sunt initiatorii (nu, nu sunt cetaten...
06/09/2014 @ 22:29:56
By Sorin Mihai Bargaoan
Stai linistit ca multinationalele farmaceutice producatori de citostatice exorbitant de scumpe, or sa lupte mereu impotriva legalizarii canabisului in scopuri terapeutice ........
14/08/2014 @ 21:16:00
By Petre Gulie
La cannabis e',la medicina
09/08/2014 @ 20:39:16
By Stefano Ferrari
right on!!
12/07/2014 @ 20:07:45
By Brian Barton
Cannabis is the best medicine in nature. Best everything. But shit, thc is important to!
10/07/2014 @ 13:26:01
By Jason Bond


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