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Grass: The History Of Marijuana

Posted by doctore0 on September 30, 2009

And now for something totally different… but still about lies.
The biggest problem with drugs.. is the drug war.

Bonus: 20 most dangerous drugs


2 Responses to “Grass: The History Of Marijuana”

  1. Jón Steinar said

    It’s just a method to intimidate people to submission to state authority. It’s total madness. This is not the only means of intimidation spin and lies. Take the war on terror for example. It’s just the means to an end in dismantling the constitution and civil rights.


  2. Nick Sommers said

    I enjoyed the read but if you smoke marijuana and find that you are becoming tired and de motivated and you do not want to quit using marijuana. Try vaporizing your marijuana and you will get more a of a clean headed high buzz.

    Like tobacco, marijuana smoke contains toxins that are known to be hazardous to the respiratory system. Among them are the highly carcinogenic polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, a prime suspect in cigarette-related cancers. These toxins are essentially a byproduct of combustion, separate from the pharmaceutically active components of marijuana, known as cannabinoids, which include THC. When you burn marijuana it produces quite a lot of tar. Pipes and joints generally do not have proper filters. Bongs are not the answer, because you inhale concentrated smoke.

    The vaporizer certainly reduces the level of tar. You will not have to worry about the harmful carcinogens your body is absorbing when you inhale marijuana smoke.

    I will suggest 2 places that I use the first one is Legal Bud!

    The second suggestion I have is Gass City!


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