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Have you ever smoked Weed before??? Do you still?  

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  1. 1. Have you ever smoked weed before???

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Biden to pardon all federal offenses of simple marijuana possession 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/10/06/biden-marijuana-decriminalization/

 

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POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — President Biden announced major steps toward decriminalizing marijuana possession Thursday, issuing mass pardons for anyone convicted of federal crimes for simply possessing the drug, and urging governors to do the same.


He also called for his administration to expedite a review of whether marijuana should continue to be listed as a Schedule I substance.


“Too many lives have been upended because of our failed approach to marijuana. It’s time that we right these wrongs,” Biden said in a video statement announcing the actions. “I’m announcing a pardon of all prior federal offenses of simple possession of marijuana. There are thousands of people who were convicted for marijuana possession who may be denied employment, housing, or educational opportunities as a result. My pardon will remove this burden on them.”


Thousands of Americans would be impacted by the actions, according to a senior administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.

 

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Snoop Dogg Launches New Line of Cannabis-Infused Onion Chips

 

Who would have thought Snoop Dogg would turn into one of the world's biggest lifestyle influencers? Well, over the years, he's launched his own cereal, his own wine label, and has teamed up with his bestie Martha Stewart on several different projects.

Now, he's adding to his extensive portfolio of cannabis businesses. The acclaimed rapper, in partnership with TSUMoSnacks, is launching a new line of cannabis-infused edibles named Snazzle O's. The product offers a fresh take on Snoop's favorite snack, onion-flavored chips.

Snazzle O's will debut in two flavors, Onion and Spicy Onion. Each bag of these ring-shaped treats contains 100mg of THC. Mints aren't included but are probably a good idea.

Snazzle O's will be available to purchase at MedMen locations across California starting October 6 and will remain available through October 20. Then, the snacks will be shipped out to additional partner dispensaries across the Golden State.

 

https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/snoop-dogg-thc-cannabis-tsumo-snacks-onion-flavored-chips

 

https://tsumosnacks.com/uncle-snoop/

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Snoop Dogg Launches New Line of Cannabis-Infused Onion Chips

 

Who would have thought Snoop Dogg would turn into one of the world's biggest lifestyle influencers? Well, over the years, he's launched his own cereal, his own wine label, and has teamed up with his bestie Martha Stewart on several different projects.

Now, he's adding to his extensive portfolio of cannabis businesses. The acclaimed rapper, in partnership with TSUMoSnacks, is launching a new line of cannabis-infused edibles named Snazzle O's. The product offers a fresh take on Snoop's favorite snack, onion-flavored chips.

Snazzle O's will debut in two flavors, Onion and Spicy Onion. Each bag of these ring-shaped treats contains 100mg of THC. Mints aren't included but are probably a good idea.

Snazzle O's will be available to purchase at MedMen locations across California starting October 6 and will remain available through October 20. Then, the snacks will be shipped out to additional partner dispensaries across the Golden State.

 

https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/snoop-dogg-thc-cannabis-tsumo-snacks-onion-flavored-chips

 

https://tsumosnacks.com/uncle-snoop/

 

That sounds like a bad idea.  Could lead do a dangerous feedback loop.  Get high...get the munchies...eat THC infused onion chips...get really high...get the munchies...eat more THC infused chips....and so on...

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Why the FDA Wants to Stop Companies From Putting CBD in Everything

 

Pop open a seltzer or eat a cookie and feel extra relaxed—that’s the promise of CBD (aka “cannabidiol”)–infused drinks. Major food and beverage companies such as Mondelez, Molson, and Alkaline88 have expressed interest in marketing CBD-infused food and drinks. While you might be able to find CBD beverages sold in some stores (it depends on where you live), you can’t walk into any supermarket in America and grab a pack of CBD cookies.

 

CBD is a chemical compound extracted from the cannabis plant. It doesn’t get you high; it just might (might!) make you feel calm. As long it’s extracted from hemp, it’s technically legal under the federal law—unless it’s sold in a food or as a drink.

 

The Food and Drug Administration has been expressing disapproval for almost all CBD products except an oral prescription drug called Epidiolex that is used to treat seizures in children, which the FDA says is a “highly purified form of CBD.” The FDA has several concerns about CBD going into other drugs, and food and drinks. One of the main side effects the agency is concerned about is potential liver damage.

 

But is CBD really that harmful to the liver? After all, people already use CBD products all the time. Despite the FDA’s reservations, some states have even legalized CBD food and beverages.

 

“As far as I know, there have not been an influx of cases of healthy adults taking retail products and having acute liver toxicity,” says Ryan Vandrey, a professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins who researches the behavioral effect of cannabis. By and large, CBD as a chemical entity is relatively safe, Vandrey says. But there are some important caveats, including when it comes to liver function.

 

Here’s where that particular concern comes from: While using the FDA-approved Epidiolex, some children developed problems with their liver. Specifically, their enzyme levels went up, which is a sign that the organ is either inflamed or damaged, explains Robert Kaufmann, an Illinois-based physician who has consulted for cannabis companies like American Shaman.

 

But a 2020 study that analyzed 12 previous clinical trials comprising 800 participants notes that liver issues occur in kids taking both Epidiolex and another anti-epilepsy drug, one that is known to cause liver enzyme elevations. “CBD can cause some liver function elevations,” explains Kaufmann, “But it’s almost always associated with the taking of other drugs.”

 

Studies with animals do clearly show that extremely high doses of CBD are damaging to the liver.

 

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Also, they put CBD in everything.  While it works in and for certain things, it does not work for everything.  There's a lot of snake oil business going on with CBD.

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It's my buddy's 40th and he said he wanted to do something different.  One of the homies in the group chat posted this add from Facebook and it was an immediate yes from us all :806:

 

And of course the show is being held at the International Church of Cannabis :headbang:

 

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Cannabis-Infused Turkey Gravy Has Arrived For The Holiday Season

 

With Thanksgiving right around the corner people everywhere will soon be plotting out extensive grocery lists. Whether your family likes to try new things or go the more traditional route, gathering around food always feels good. 

 

This holiday season Kiva Confections’ cannabis-infused turkey gravy puts a Thanksgiving twist on a classic flavor. With a virally successful debut, it felt only right to bring back a turkey gravy that’s sure to elevate the evening.  

 

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Photo By: Kiva Confections
 

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Are those dishes from the 1950's?  Those colors make it look like something from The Gallery of Regrettable Food

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On 10/25/2022 at 9:14 PM, Chew said:

It's my buddy's 40th and he said he wanted to do something different.  One of the homies in the group chat posted this add from Facebook and it was an immediate yes from us all :806:

 

And of course the show is being held at the International Church of Cannabis :headbang:

 

 

 

Reminds me of "Drunk History", one of the greatest shows of all time.  Hope it was lit : )

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