Natural green Herb Update: Marijuana worse for teen brains than alcohol, study finds

By Shamard Charles, M.D. Teen brains are more vulnerable to the effects of marijuana than alcohol, a new study finds. Adolescents who begin using marijuana regularly may suffer lasting repercussions in their thinking ability, according to scientists at the University of Montreal. The study, published Wednesday in the American Journal of Psychiatry, followed over 3,800 adolescents from…
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NPOP / SOSN Town Hall

Town Hall with Board of Supervisors, February 21 2018. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cW3JSIPXsEENQP7te_Ixr48knvdkT-bY

Natural Green Herb Update: Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think?

Permitting pot is one thing; promoting its use is another A few years ago, the National Academy of Medicine convened a panel of sixteen leading medical experts to analyze the scientific literature on cannabis. The report they prepared, which came out in January of 2017, runs to four hundred and sixty-eight pages. It contains no bombshells or surprises,…
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Negative Effects of Marijuana: Scientific Research Shows Pot is Harmful

Aren’t you proud Sonoma County Supervisors want our rural areas to be a mecca for production of this drug? But first, see just below our list of peer-reviewed scientific papers helping to explain why potheads tend to be slow, depressed, and often, worse, as we discuss also in this Real Science Radio YouTube video… Research Showing the…
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Murder Mountain, Netflix

Drug culture. That’s what we want to promote in rural Sonoma County.Said no sane, sober person, ever. More people go missing in Northern California’s Humboldt County, a stunning, verdant enclave of mountains, rivers, and redwood trees, than anywhere in the state. Fliers dot the sides of movie theaters, corner groceries, and telephone poles, bearing smiling…
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Labs warn of dangerous, contaminated pot at dispensaries – Ya know cuz green farmers…

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) –Recreational cannabis is legal in California but is it safe? As of today, the State Bureau of Cannabis says there are just 57 labs statewide to test millions of pounds of weed and they can’t test it all yet. That means some of the pot on shelves now may not meet state…
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Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado: The Impact

Marijuana-related traffic deaths when a driver was positive for marijuana more than doubled from 55 deaths in 2013 to 123 deaths in 2016.  Marijuana-related traffic deaths increased 66 percent in the four-year average (2013-2016) since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana compared to the four-year average (2009-2012) prior to legalization. o During the same time period,…
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Sacramento County does not allow outdoor pot growing. Period. Why do we?

Asking for a friend. http://www.saccounty.net/Business/Pages/Marijuana.aspx

If a marijuana grow warehouse opens nearby, will your home value suffer?

BY HUDSON SANGREE Video : https://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/california-weed/article170731357.html SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 Sac Bee UPDATED SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 08:44 AMPlay VideoDuration 1:13In January 2018, state and local authorities will begin issuing licenses for the sale of legal recreational marijuana. But what do you need to know before you rush to the dispensary? Information courtesy of Ballotpedia.com. By McClatchy Dozens of large-scale…
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Marijuana stinks. Here’s what cities, businesses and neighbors can do about it.

By Brooke Edwards Staggs, The Cannifornian Posted on Sep 11, 2018 Even the most ardent marijuana lovers can’t deny it: The plant, at least to some noses, stinks. Marijuana odors have triggered lawsuits against cannabis companies. They’ve also led residents to try to block commercial operations from coming to California and the other eight states where recreational…
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