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Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And Cannabis

The News Review:- Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And Cannabis- Siskiyou County bust yields 457 pounds of marijuana in two cars- Cannabis issue comes up again Sunday Times Wrong On Mental Health And CannabisScoop.co.nz - Scoop.co.nz (press release) - Sep 21, 2005The story has been so structured as to make acase about cannabis-related psychosis based on informationthe paper claims came from Addaction, but which did not comefrom the charity. In 2004-5 Addaction which collects dataon numbers of young people seen in its youngaddactionservices, saw 1,575 young people who came to Addaction fortreatment for drug misuse. Addaction collected data on cannabis use. But Addaction is not a mental health charityand is not qualified to treat psychosis. RosieBrocklehurst, Director of Communications at Addaction said:”The subject of cannabis-related psychosis is a very serioussubject and the report in the Sunday Times made seriousclaims, based on no evidence supplied by us. We suspect thestory was influenced by the Sunday Times wish to write apiece before the imminent deliberations by the AdvisoryCouncil on the Misuse of Drugs. The ACMD will be reviewingthe scientific evidence on cannabis use and misuse and willbe making recommendations to the Government in the light ofthose deliberations…RosieBrocklehurst, Director of Communications at Addaction said:”The subject of cannabis-related psychosis is a very serioussubject and the report in the Sunday Times made seriousclaims, based on no evidence supplied by us. We suspect thestory was influenced by the Sunday Times wish to write apiece before the imminent deliberations by the AdvisoryCouncil on the Misuse of Drugs. The ACMD will be reviewingthe scientific evidence on cannabis use and misuse and willbe making recommendations to the Government in the light ofthose deliberations. “If Addaction had such evidence wewould have been sure to let the Advisory Council on theMisuse of Drugs know about it, ” said Rosie Brocklehurst. “If we had such evidence as the paper claims, it would havemade the front pages of every national newspaper in thecountry. But we do not have such evidence,” she added. “Thisreport on Page 7 of the paper was a distortion and factuallywrong.Siskiyou County bust yields 457 pounds of marijuana in two carsMail Tribune - Sep 21, 2005Altogether, police seized 457 pounds of marijuana and more than $600 cash from the vehicles. AdvertisementDeputies later located and arrested Jesus Paris Avendado, 19, of Yreka, who is believed to have been an occupant of the Mitsubishi, police said. Avendado and the Aguilars are all being held in the Siskiyou County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana for sale and possessing concentrated cannabis. Bail is set at $25,000. Gravenkamp said detectives are investigating whether the marijuana grow in western Siskiyou County is connected to a larger operation.Cannabis issue comes up againNewstalk ZB - Sep 21, 2005Fiji rugby has banned winger Vilimoni Delasau for a year after he tested positive for cannabis use in June. He received only a small fine and brief suspension from the NZRU. This has brought the whole cannabis issue back into the limelight and whether it should be on the banned performance enhancing list. New Zealand Drugs Agency boss Graham Steele says they actually believe it should not be on the list, but the world chiefs at WADA believe otherwise for 2006…Fiji rugby has banned winger Vilimoni Delasau for a year after he tested positive for cannabis use in June. He received only a small fine and brief suspension from the NZRU. This has brought the whole cannabis issue back into the limelight and whether it should be on the banned performance enhancing list. New Zealand Drugs Agency boss Graham Steele says they actually believe it should not be on the list, but the world chiefs at WADA believe otherwise for 2006. Steele says WADA is meeting at the moment to confirm the list for next year, with cannabis remaining on the draft documents he has seen. Graham Steele says he fully understands that a number of young athletes wreck their careers with cannabis, but the NZSDA still believes it does not belong on the performance enhancing list. Share this Article:.

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.

Medical marijuana

Medical marijuanaThe medical uses of cannabisApr 27th 2006From The Economist print editionIF CANNABIS were unknown, and bioprospectors were suddenly to find it in some remote mountain crevice, its discovery would no doubt be hailed as a medical breakthrough. Scientists would praise its potential for treating everything from pain to cancer, and marvel at its rich pharmacopoeia—many of whose chemicals mimic vital molecules in the human body. In reality, cannabis has been with humanity for thousands of years and is considered by many governments (notably America’s) to be a dangerous drug without utility. Any suggestion that the plant might be medically useful is politically controversial, whatever the science says. It is in this context that, on April 20th, America’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a statement saying that smoked marijuana has no accepted medical use in treatment in the United States… In reality, cannabis has been with humanity for thousands of years and is considered by many governments (notably America’s) to be a dangerous drug without utility. Any suggestion that the plant might be medically useful is politically controversial, whatever the science says. It is in this context that, on April 20th, America’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a statement saying that smoked marijuana has no accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. The statement is curious in a number of ways. For one thing, it overlooks a report made in 1999 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), part of the National Academy of Sciences, which came to a different conclusion. John Benson, a professor of medicine at the University of Nebraska who co-chaired the committee that drew up the report, found some sound scientific information that supports the medical use of cannabis for certain patients for short periods—even for smoked marijuana

Study demonstrates potential of CBD in chronic pain

Following the legalization of cannabis in Canada in October, a team of scientists from the McGill University Health Center (MUHC) and McGill University in Montreal delivered encouraging news for chronic pain patients by evaluating the effective dose of cannabidiol marijuana plant extract (CBD) for safe pain relief without the psychoactive effects of THC. The results of their study were published in the journal PAIN (The Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain). CBD is almost free of side effectsCannabis Indica and Sativa are the two most important and best-known cannabis strains, as they produce the pharmacological agents tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The team of dr. Gabriella Gobbi showed that CBD does not act like THC on the CB1 cannabinoid receptors, but by binding to certain receptors that are involved in symptoms such as anxiety (serotonin 5-HT1A) and pain (vanilloid TRPV1). The researchers were able to find out the exact dosage of CBD that has analgesic and anxiolytic properties without the risk of mental impairment usually caused by THC. However, this dose varies with a few individual factors such as age, weight, physical condition, and some other things. Therefore, it is always advisable to discuss a CBD treatment with a medical purpose always with a doctor, and also to adjust the dosage of CBD preparations with him. Low dosage over a longer periodStudies on chronic pain have found that low doses of CBD administered regularly over a period of at least seven days relieve both pain and anxiety, two symptoms often associated with neuropathic or chronic disease. The lead author of the study, dr. Gobbi, a researcher in the Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) program of the MUHC Research Institute, sees this as progress for the evidence-based use of cannabis in medicine, with CBD being a safe alternative to THC and opioids in chronic pain such as back pain, Sciatica, diabetes, cancer and post-traumatic disorders. Since it is almost impossible to take an overdose that could become a hazard or a health hazard, it can be considered extremely safe and tolerable. More clinical trials requiredThe results illustrate the mechanism of action of CBD and show that it can be used as a drug without the side effects that THC-containing drugs can cause. Despite the widespread use of CBD, there are few robust clinical trials on its medicinal properties. Dr. Gobbi notes that while there are some data showing that CBD provides pain relief to humans, more meaningful clinical trials are needed to ensure the correct form and dose of CBD treatment for many diseases. Source: GLASMANN, Dieter Klaus. Studie weist Potential von CBD bei chronischen Schmerzen nach. 1 [online] 2018. Dostupné z: https://www.hanf-magazin.com/medizin/cannabinoide/cbd-in-der-medizin/studie-weist-potential-von-cbd-bei-chronischen-schmerzen-nach/ source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/

CBD as an anti-aging agent - does cannabidiol work against wrinkles?

young people in their 20s barely behind. But when the first fine lines of laughter or a few gray hairs appear, it motivates many to do more for their bodies. After all, anti-wrinkle creams today are not just reduced to anti-wrinkle creams, they also describe a lifestyle: strengthening and nourishing the body so that it stays fit into old age. Can CBD help slow down the biological clock? What anti-aging potential does cannabidiol have? Why is our skin aging?Our skin is exposed to many burdens throughout life. Heating air dries it up in winter, sunburns strain it in the summer. In addition, our epidermis experiences the immediate consequences of our lifestyle. Stress, smoking, alcohol consumption and unhealthy diets create free radicals in the body that attack the skin cells. If they are sustainably damaged, wrinkles dig deeper and the elasticity of the skin subsides. Because of this, many anti-aging products advertise their anti-oxidant ingredients. They are designed to neutralize free radicals and protect skin cells from damage. CBD has also been shown to have high antioxidant potential.  CBD could normalize the skin functionsCannabidiol has shown further effects on the cells of the skin in scientific experiments. On the one hand CBD regulated the function of the sebaceous glands, on the other hand it controlled the horn-forming cells. The latter are overly active in inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis. While these two observations do not suggest anti-aging effects of CBD, they may relieve additional stress that strains the skin in parallel with increasing age. CBD cream or CBD oil for the skin?Cannabidiol is scientifically proven to be well absorbed through the skin. And that's even 10 times more effective than its psychoactive counterpart THC. But for your skin to benefit from CBD, you do not necessarily have to apply cream. After all, substances that have an anti-inflammatory effect and moisturize the skin also work if you take them orally. This was also demonstrated by a study in which women measurably improved the condition of their skin by taking capsules of gamma-linolenic acid gamma-linolenic acid is also a cannabis ingredient. It is abundant in hemp oil. Ideally, you provide your body with anti-inflammatory ingredients from within and without. In addition to cannabidiol, a CBD cream has the additional advantage that it prevents your skin from losing too much moisture due to fatty components such as shea butter or mango butter. In addition, if the cream contains a CBD full spectrum extract, it will provide cannabidiol, cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes in addition to cannabidiol. These ingredients also protect the skin from oxidative stress. In addition to the external application, CBD honey is a sweet and, above all, tasty alternative. Can CBD help with further signs of age?Anti-aging today not only covers the skin, but also bones, joints, muscles and internal organs. Here, especially with the age of the complaints in the musculoskeletal system, for example, wear and tear on the joints. To stay as mobile as in recent years, many people with arthritis resort to analgesics, so-called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. But what relieves the pain brings various side effects. Just the usual, over-the-counter painkillers attack the stomach lining. CBD has anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic propertiesCBD may help maintain joint health or reduce degenerative rheumatism. At least in mice, scientists could treat arthritis by administering CBD to experimental animals. The researchers were able to measure how CBD in the synovial fluid of experimental animals reduced inflammatory signaling. These signaling substances activate the immune system in arthritis and cause inflammation. The conclusion: CBD has anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic potential. CBD globules are particularly suitable because they are easy to dose and take. In the described experiment, the animals got CBD with the food - but even the application on the skin seems to be good for rheumatic joints: In the experiment, mice that received a CBD ointment could already run better after a few days and showed less signs of pain.  Source: CBD als Anti-Aging-Mittel – wirkt Cannabidiol gegen Falten? 1 [online], Jul 17, 2019. Dostupné z: https://fivebloom.de/blogs/cbd-news/cbd-als-anti-aging-mittel source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/

CBD in Headache - Can Cannabidiol Help with Migraine?

Around 54 million Germans suffer phases of headache at some point in their lives. With a share of 90 percent, tension headaches and migraines are most common. Although over-the-counter analgesics are usually the first attempt at therapy, they also bring with them unpleasant side effects. Whether CBD oil can serve as an alternative or a supplement here is explained below: What types of headaches are there?Linguistically, we make few differences between different types of headaches - but medically there are clear classifications. First of all, experts distinguish between primary headache, which stands alone as a symptom, and secondary headache, which is a symptom of comorbidities. Common types of headaches are the following: Tension headache: The pain does not pulsate, but pushes and cramps the sides of the head. Often the pain occurs in symmetrical patterns. Tension headaches are not associated with nausea and vomiting.Migraine: Here the pain occurs unilaterally and pulsates. Physical activity aggravates the symptoms. Those affected also suffer from sensitivity to light and noise, nausea and vomiting.Cluster headache: Here, the pain attacks occur up to 8 times a day in a duration of 15 minutes to 3 hours. Those affected suffer from unilateral pain, usually in the eye area, and have the urge to move. Reddened, watery eyes and a runny or stuffy nose are further side effects.CBD in migraine - many sufferers recommend cannabidiolEspecially on the Internet, there are several reports from migraine sufferers who report that CBD significantly improved their quality of life. In contrast, the picture is not so clear in research: Although some study results suggest that medical cannabis could alleviate migraine, the studies for CBD as a single preparation are lacking. In 2016, however, some scientists put forward a thesis that wants to explain not only the pain in migraine, but also the symptoms of fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome. According to them, all symptoms could be due to a lack of body-produced cannabinoids (endocannabinoids). The syndrome is therefore called chronic cannabinoid deficiency (CED = Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome).  The supply of herbal cannabinoids from the outside, especially CBD, could reduce the symptoms of migraine, according to the researchers. Including all studies to date indicates that cannabinoids, especially THC and CBD, have beneficial effects in the treatment of pain. In particular, this also applies to migraine and other types of headache.  For tension-type headaches, CBD may also be suitable for the causes. Because these headaches often result from the tension of the neck or masticatory muscles. These muscles harden when we work many hours a day in front of the computer and also with people who grind their teeth at night. Here, stress can be a triggering factor. Relaxation techniques, sports as well as natural dietary supplements such as CBD are suitable as preventative measures. The fact that cannabidiol can reduce anxiety and stress, especially in public situations, proved the results of scientific studies several times.  What are the benefits of CBD as a dietary supplement?Many headache sufferers often resort to over-the-counter analgesics such as acetylsalicylic acid and ibuprofen. In particular, the latter carries the risk of stomach pain and in the worst case even stomach bleeding. Therefore, medics usually prescribe the analgesic only in concert with a gastric acid blocker (e.g., omeprazole). Migraine sufferers who prescribe painkillers themselves, however, often do not think of the possible side effects. CBD is in its form as a dietary supplement, however, free of side effects. His tolerated maximum dose is, according to scientific experiments, well beyond the dosage recommendations of the manufacturers. Who wants to try as a headache patient to increase his well-being with CBD, must therefore not worry about possible risks and side effects. With one exception: If you take medications prescribed by the doctor due to migraine or other underlying conditions, you should ask a physician for possible interactions with CBD. Source: CBD bei Kopfschmerzen – kann Cannabidiol bei Migräne helfen? 1 [online]. Jun 3, 2019. Dostupné z: https://fivebloom.de/blogs/cbd-news/kann-cannabidiol-bei-migrane-helfen source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/  

CBD for horses - does cannabidiol increase the health of four-legged friends?

Anyone with a pet is worried about their physical well-being on a daily basis. This is especially true for riders and horse owners, who often perform together with their four-legged partner sporting achievements. How CBD products such as CBD oil can increase the well-being of your horse, you will find out below: Which hemp products are horse owners already using?The feeding of hemp products is quite common in the horse scene. Especially popular is cold-pressed hempseed oil, which provides valuable unsaturated fatty acids. Omega 3, Omega 6 and gamma-linolenic acid in the oil mainly exert anti-inflammatory effects and are administered against skin diseases and joint problems. In addition, horse owners have the opportunity to offer her four-legged hemp seeds, hemp leaf powder or hemp pellets as supplementary feed. What advantages does CBD offer?CBD products such as oil or cream have a decisive advantage over hemp seed and hemp seed oil: if they are based on a full-spectrum extract, they contain all cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids of the hemp plant, whereas these only appear in traces in the seed and in the hemp seed oil. However, cannabinoids such as CBD exert strong effects on the immune system of mammals. Horses also have an endocannabinoid system, to whose receptors CBD can bind. Thus, as a single therapy or as a supplement to cold-pressed hemp seed oil, it can alleviate a variety of symptoms typical of horses. Veterinarians use CBD for the treatment of equine diseases only sporadically so far - positive testimonials from dedicated horse owners already exist in large numbers: With which complaints can CBD horses help?Experts advise on CBD products in the following complaints Respiratory diseasesEczema (such as summer eczema) and allergiesOsteoarthritis and joint complaintsinflammatory diseasesSusceptibility to colicdiarrheaMuscular tensionFor better coat health and hoof growthand more  Especially for horses, there are no scientific studies to date that demonstrate the effects of CBD. In dogs, rats, chickens and last but not least in humans, cannabidiol has often demonstrated its ability to regulate inflammatory processes and immune reactions. For example, scientists in rats with arthritis were able to show that the administration of CBD markedly reduced the release of pro-inflammatory signaling substances in the joint fluid. Animals that had CBD balm on the arthritic joints or were given CBD orally showed reduced tenderness and increased mobility after a few days. Scientists also observed similarly positive results in dogs suffering from osteoarthritis who received CBD preparations.  In addition to supporting the joints, CBD can, according to the owners' reports, especially help horses with typical ailments: Many owners of ponies and horses with summer eczema try many therapeutics without success. CBD as a dietary supplement seems to act in many cases acutely and preventively against eczema. Muscle tension can also be eased with CBD Balm. Many horse owners believe not least that cannabidiol can reduce the nervousness and stress of the animals and helps to a more balanced nature. Also in horses that suffer from headshaking syndrome, CBD may bring some improvement. How do I administer CBD to my horse?As the experiments so far show, both CBD balm and CBD oil make sense for horses. While CBD balm can be applied directly to inflamed skin or stressed joints, simply mix CBD oil into your horse's food or sprinkle it on a special treat. Source: CBD für Pferde – steigert Cannabidiol die Gesundheit der Vierbeiner?Mai 10, 2019. Dostupné z: https://fivebloom.de/blogs/cbd-news/cbd-fuer-pferde source photo: https://pixabay.com/cs/