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City, county officers harvest marijuana crop

The News Review:- City, county officers harvest marijuana crop- Relatively Peaceful Weekend for UCPD, IVFP as SB Students Return- Update: D’Angelo Okay After Virginia Car Crash- DEAD IN JAIL- Japanese Marine Sells Drug On Internet- Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal | Northwest- Anti-War Voices from Montana City, county officers harvest marijuana cropPrinceton Times Leader - Sep 26, 2005Eric Smith display the 13 marijuana plants seized in connection with a Donaldson Road investigation. The marijuana carries a street value of about $26,000, officers said. Monday, September 26, 2005The year’s first major marijuana harvest by county law enforcement officers occurred Thursday morning, near an abandoned trailer on Donaldson Road, north of Princeton. Deputy Brock Thomas said the find came at about 11 a. Thursday, after he, Princeton Police Det. Eric Smith and Probation and Parole Officer Chris Holt traveled to that area to execute a search warrant… Eric Smith and Probation and Parole Officer Chris Holt traveled to that area to execute a search warrant. Investigation led the officers to an abandoned trailer in the 1200 block of Donaldson Road. Inside the trailer, they found a small amount of loose marijuana in a cigar box. Several items of drug paraphernalia were also found inside the trailer, Thomas said. A search of the surrounding property led to the discovery of 13 growing marijuana plants nearby. Ten were found growing in a fencerow about 200 yards from the trailer, and three more were located in a barn about 500 yards away, he said. Each plant had an estimated street value of $2,000, said Sheriff Stan Hudson, giving the haul a total value of $26,000, not including the value of the loose marijuana inside the residence.Relatively Peaceful Weekend for UCPD, IVFP as SB Students ReturnDaily Nexus - Sep 26, 2005, as well as a 24-year-old man on Mesa Road. Signa said there were a few more citations over the weekend than last year, but overall the UCPD did not have too many problems over the weekend. “There were a few more marijuana citations than last year, but other than that it was a calm start of the school year,” Signa said. “None of the UCPD officers worked overtime. ” UCPD officers also issued five citations for possession of marijuana, four of which were given to high school students from the Thousand Oaks area, Signa said. The students were smoking marijuana in a UCSB parking lot on Saturday at 1 p… “There were a few more marijuana citations than last year, but other than that it was a calm start of the school year,” Signa said. “None of the UCPD officers worked overtime. ” UCPD officers also issued five citations for possession of marijuana, four of which were given to high school students from the Thousand Oaks area, Signa said. The students were smoking marijuana in a UCSB parking lot on Saturday at 1 p. Officers also cited three of the students for violating the Santa Barbara County 10 p.Update: D’Angelo Okay After Virginia Car CrashBillboard - Sep 26, 2005Just prior to the accident, D’Angelo was given a three-year suspended sentence after pleading no contest to felony cocaine possession in Chesterfield Circuit Court. As previously reported, he was arrested near Richmond in January after police found marijuana and cocaine in his car during a traffic stop. CM8ShowAd(”Middle”); D’Angelo received a 100-day suspended sentence in April stemming from the marijuana and driving under the influence charges.DEAD IN JAILWashington Post - Sep 26, 2005jail for lack of a respirator. Why was he in jail?: He smoked marijuana to alleviate his suffering. residents (citizens is too elevated a word) had the democratic rights of, say, Basra, medical cannabis would be legal and.Japanese Marine Sells Drug On InternetBernama - Sep 26, 2005The police have arrested eight people involved, including six servicemen belonging to a submarine unit based in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, the leading daily said. They were suspected of possessing illegal drugs like marijuana and MDMA. Among the arrested was 22-year-old Takahiro Sakaguchi, who had been indicted by the police for transferring drugs. The police said Sakaguchi was selling drugs through the Internet for months. The marijuana was supplied by his brother living in the northern Hokkaido Prefecture where wild marijuana grows. They also have found at his home receipts suspected to come from drug transactions… Among the arrested was 22-year-old Takahiro Sakaguchi, who had been indicted by the police for transferring drugs. The police said Sakaguchi was selling drugs through the Internet for months. The marijuana was supplied by his brother living in the northern Hokkaido Prefecture where wild marijuana grows. They also have found at his home receipts suspected to come from drug transactions. The MSDF has set up a special task force to investigate the incident. — BERNAMA We provide (subscription-based) news coverage in our.Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal | NorthwestProvidence Journal - Providence Journal (subscription) - Sep 26, 2005The next day, public safety officers reported that they found O’Keefe smoking marijuana in his dorm room. That brought about another appearance before Judge Higgins, in which police accused O’Keefe of violating the terms of his release the day before. The suspect pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis. Higgins sentenced him to a year of probation, ordered him to pay court costs and undergo substance-abuse counseling. He also revoked the personal bail in the first case and set bail at $7,500, which O’Keefe posted.Anti-War Voices from MontanaAlterNet - Sep 26, 2005Democratic Governor Brian Schweitzer won a closely watched, highly publicized race in November, making him the state’s first Democratic governor since 1988. During that same election, 62 percent of Montana voters approved a medical marijuana initiative, the 11th state in the country — and the ninth Western state — to do so. The Schweitzer and medical marijuana victories came even as Montanans voted by wide margins to ban gay marriage and reelect George W. Bush for President. The state’s progressives are also proud of the fact that Jeannette Rankin, a Missoula, Montana native, was the first woman ever elected to Congress in 1916, four years before women nationwide won the right to vote. In 1917, Rankin joined a handful of representatives who voted against World War I, saying that the first time the first woman had a chance to say no against war she should say it. ” In 1941, Rankin was the only member of Congress to vote against World War II.

Various strains of cannabis

Although there are hundreds of strains of cannabis in existence, there are also many rumors and Gorilla Glue. Many alleged strains, such as Purple Haze, are very predominant in pop-culture (see right), but the actual existence of many of these strains is uncertain and the slang terms used to refer to these strains do not appear to be used by botanists. Some strains, such as Og kush, are acknowledged to be urban legends.Strains of cannabis:Northern LightsWhite WidowGorilla GlueAcapulcoAK47Black CreamBlueberryBrazilianBubble GumEarly PearHawaiianHazeHollands HoopJamaicanOG KushOrange BudPower BudRuderalisSilver HazeSkunkSuper SkunkSome of the strains’ names, such as Chocolate Thai, popular in the early 1990s due to its supposed high potency, entered the mass culture. For example, Chocolate Thai was adopted as a stage name of a jazz performer, whose album The Real McCoy was released in 2006. It should be noted, however, that because there is no manufacturing or state control over the process of production of cannabis, many “strains” may in fact be just marketing brands adopted by drug dealers to increase sales.

Synthetic cannabinoids

In any case, even partially synthetic cannabinoids are something artificially created, which can have a completely different effect on its starting materials. Accordingly, THC and CBD consist of the same atoms, which are even arranged exactly the same. Only one other double bond is the difference between the two molecules. That alone is enough for THC and CBD to show very big differences and they can not be described as "equal". In part, no THC-containing hemp is grown for the production of the finished drug Dronabinol, since the legal situation does not allow it. It is obtained from fiber hemp CBD, which is converted to THC in the laboratory. This THC would then be identical to the natural product, but would have been partly synthetic or artificial. Spice - herbal mixturesSynthetic cannabinoids were known to the citizens in many countries as well as Germany only with the emergence of the herbal mixture "Spice". The supposedly herb-based effect goes back to synthetic cannabinoids. It is e.g. JWH-018, JWH-019, JWH-073 or CP-47,497, often used in combination and still coming. For legal reasons, once every substance had to be included in the BtMG, making freshly designed synthetic cannabinoids legal. The first ones were already banned in January 2009 in the express procedure. The chemistry labs developed other synthetic cannabinoids that were legal enough to keep the business going. The long-term effects of such barely explored synthetic cannabinoids are not foreseeable and many of these substances are very potent. If the herbal mixtures are already almost illegal, there is no corresponding quality control or approval and consumers can hardly be enlightened. Although not many people actually use these herbal mixtures because of the long known dangers, there are constantly critically over-dosed or even deceased consumers. In Germany, with a change in the law, a substance group ban was made possible, whereby these synthetic cannabinoids are already directly illegal with their development. Synthetic cannabinoids can often be more potent than THCCannabinoids have an effect on the body by attaching to cannabinoid receptors. Different cannabinoids can cause a different stimulus, which can trigger a different reaction by the same receptors. On the one hand, individual cannabinoids may be more difficult to break down and, on the other hand, they may dock much stronger and longer on the cannabinoid receptor. Much less active ingredient can therefore last much longer and much more intense, but at the same time also very different. In many cases, the intoxicating effects of synthetic cannabinoids are anything but pleasant, also because many dose them completely wrong. On the Internet, you can always find people or even users who explain that these synthetic cannabinoids make you mentally broken in a regular consumption. Of course, this is not just due to a wrong handling of these substances. It is also because these are just very harmful. If they are more potent than THC, break down more slowly and dock much longer at the receptors, you will have to wait much longer for the effect to fade off with the wrong dosage. In this longer time damage can be all the easier. Similarly, however, there may be synthetic cannabinoids that are very suitable for recreational use or medical use. There are, after all, hundreds of substances within this group and every few days more. So some synthetic cannabinoids can also enrich our lives and maintain our health. However, before they are used in everyday life, these still young substances need to be sufficiently researched about their effects, their side effects and the hidden risks. The well-intentioned ban should protect us from ourselvesIf someone kisses, whether for fun or medical need, that person does that to himself. So much self-determination should expect every citizen to decide for himself whether he uses marijuana or not. Anyone who gives it to others without their knowledge, or even minors, can at least be prosecuted in the regulated market. Not that, but the black market is the uncontrolled release. The intoxicating effect of marijuana is less the reason than the justification for the ban, which spanned the world rather from economic and racist motivation starting from the US. If this marijuana had not been banned, the governments of the world would have been able to regulate it. That's not possible on the black market. This would mean that many damages that go back to the black market would not even have arisen and that everyone concerned could be cheated out of their freedom of choice. The point is that without the ban on marijuana, hardly anyone would have come up with the idea of ​​camouflaging synthetic cannabinoids as herbal mix in order to make money. And even if so, the state could have intervened regulatively again. So he forbade this spice, or the synthetic cannabinoids found in it. What was the result? New and even more damaging synthetic cannabinoids have been developed to continue to drive out herbal mixtures. So the state forbids us something that is by no means harmless. Drinking coffee, eating chocolate or exercising are also not harmless. The consequence of these prohibitions, however, is that it is bypassed with even more harmful things. These are banned again, which in turn the market offers even more harmful substances. This problem existed even before the advent of Spice with the synthetic party drugs. Instead of a meaningful regulation of the not so questionable substances is more and more prohibited without anyone ceases its consumption. It is only consumed more and more harmful, which means that due to synthetic cannabinoids, people are constantly dying, but natural cannabinoids have not yet been found to kill people worldwide. The substance group ban will not change the problem of synthetic cannabinoids. In some countries, this substance group ban does not exist. From these countries will be sent internationally. German customers also receive mail and feel safe thanks to the Darknet and the crypto currencies. Source: BRUNGERT, Robert. Synthetische Cannabinoide, 27 May 2018 Dostupné z: https://www.hanf-magazin.com/medizin/cannabinoide/synthetische-cannabinoide Source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/