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what is the effect of m. on driving?
A 2002 review of seven separate studies involving 7,934 drivers reported, "Crash culpability studies have failed to demonstrate that drivers with cannabinoids in the blood are significantly more likely than drug-free drivers to be culpable in road crashes." This result is likely because subject under the influence of marijuana are aware of their impairment and compensate for it accordingly, such as by slowing down and by focusing their attention when they know a response will be required. This reaction is just the opposite of that exhibited by drivers under the influence of alcohol, who tend to drive in a more risky manner proportional to their intoxication.
How long as the government been informed about the effects of m on tumors?
In 1974 researchers at the Medical College of Virginia, who had been funded by the National Institute of Health to find evidence that marijuana damages the immune system, found instead that THC slowed the growth of three kinds of cancer in mice - lung and breast cancer, and leukemia. A quarter century later, scientists in Spain repeated this experiment and got the same incredible results.
in past court cases what as been the ruling?
December 16, 2003

Federal Appeals Court OKs Medical Marijuana in Some Cases

SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal appeals court ruled today that a law outlawing marijuanamay not apply to sick people with a doctor's recommendation in states that have approved medical marijuana laws.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, ruling 2-1 in a rare late-afternoon filing, said prosecuting these medical marijuana users under a 1970 federal law is unconstitutional if the marijuana isn't sold, transported across state lines or used for non-medicinal purposes.

"The intrastate, noncommercial cultivation, possession and use of marijuana for personal medical purposes on the advice of a physician is, in fact, different in kind from drug trafficking,'' Judge Harry Pregerson wrote for the majority."
Can people recieve awards for the research or growth? if so, what are some examples?
The " BEST MEDICINE" award went to "ISLAND SWEET SKUNK a popular and potent strain that was bred on Vancouver Island during the '70's. Island Sweet Skunk is a high yielding strain the packs a whopping 19% THC content.
Our "BEST OF THE NET" award goes to Pot-TV , for its popular and pioneering video streaming site. Pot-TV has certainly captured the attention of the media. USA Today, FOX News, CBC News, Global TV, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Tech TV, Singapore TV and even MTV have all done features about Pot-TV. Station Manager Chris Bennett has done a tremendous job in keeping Pot-TV moving forward, with help from their courageous and beautiful News Anchor, Loretta Nall. Of course, none of this would be possible without the extraordinary vision and determination of Pot-TV's proprietor and guiding light, Marc Emery.
Our award for "BEST MAGAZINE" goes to Cannabis Culture magazine. If you haven't seen CC lately, you owe it to yourself to check it out. With writers like Ed Rosenthal, Pete Brady and Rev. Damuzi, CC now has the editorial to match its awesome photos and great art design. BTW, you won't see any fake buds in CC, because they really are committed to their mission. Editor Dana Larsen deserves a big round of applause for his vision and hard work in transforming CC into a world class publication.
approximatly how much do the seeds cost?
for 12 seeds in canadian dollar:

Berlin $75.00
Big Mac $50.00
Celestial Temple Sativa $75.00
Cotton Candy $75.00
Crown Royal $50.00
Hawaiian Sativa $75.00
Hawaiian Sativa x Big Bud $50.00
Hawaiian Sativa x Cotton Candy $50.00
Hawaiian Sativa x CTS $50.00
Hawaiian Sativa x ISS $50.00
Island Sweet Skunk $75.00
ISS x BC Skunk $50.00
ISS x C.T.S. $50.00
ISS x Jamaican $50.00
ISS x Kush $50.00
ISS x Purple Shaman $50.00
Jamaican $75.00
Mikado $75.00
Mikush (Mikado x Kush)$50.00
Purple Shaman $75.00
UBC Chemo $75.00
is it ture that there are places built just for "pot-heads"? if so how much does it cost?
At Sativa Sisters we provide a hemp friendly haven for travelers looking for the Vansterdam experience. Each of our rooms has cable TV and a private bathroom.
Our B & B prices are in American dollars and include buffet style continental breakfasts.

A gracious five bedroom heritage home in the vibrant neighborhood of Kitsilano. An artistically diverse and culturally thriving community, Kitsilano offers numerous attractions for every traveler. The B&B is within walking distance to the beach, a 5 minute drive to downtown, and less than 30 minutes to local ski hills. We have several options available for you to choose from:
Penthouse suite - $185 per night (accommodates two people) On your own private top floor, Queen bed, 5 skylights, luxury bath with jacuzzi tub, sitting room with cable TV, stereo and coffee service.
Main room - $140 per night accommodates two people) Queen bed, cable TV, ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi bathtub.
Double room - $125 per night (accommodates two people) 2 single beds, cable TV, private bath.
Single room - $85 per night (accommodates one person) Single bed, cable TV, private bath.