Cannabis Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powders, Vapes, Edibles and traditional doobies… Anti-Asthmatic Cigarettes Cannabis * Warning Poison * Number of people that die each year = 0 * Antidote = Coffee Kevin Sabeteurs preferred methods of treatment… Drug Index A to Z Partial list of Side Effects Ambien, delusions,dementia,lack of feeling or emotion,thoughts of killing oneself,confusion,shakiness… Celexa, lack of emotion,loss of memory,Behavior change similar to drunkenness,convulsions, (seizures)…. Adderall, Blistering,peeling,loosening of the skin-difficulty breathing,speaking,swallowing-dizziness…. Xanax, changes in patterns and rhythms of speech,clumsiness or unsteadiness,difficulty with coordination,shakiness and unsteady walk,feeling sad or empty,trouble performing routine tasks,burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, “pins and needles, or tingling feelings,confusion about identity, place, and time Prozac, inability to sit still,difficulty with concentration,drowsiness,mood or behavior changes,purple or red spots on the skin,continuing vomiting Zoloft, very stiff (rigid) muscles, high fever, sweating, confusion, fast or uneven heartbeats, feeling like you might pass out; agitation, hallucinations, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, feeling unsteady, loss of coordination; or headache, trouble concentrating, memory problems, weakness, fainting, seizure, shallow breathing or breathing that stops. decreased sex drive, impotence, or difficulty having an orgasm... Paxil, unusual bone pain or tenderness, swelling or bruising; easy bruising, unusual bleeding (nose, mouth, vagina, or rectum), coughing up blood;agitation, hallucinations, fever, fast heart rate, overactive reflexes, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of coordination, fainting; slurred speech, severe nervous system reaction, uneven heartbeats, tremors... 3 million children taking stimulant drugs for ADHD Ganja for ADHD Cannabis Treatment For Alzheimer's, Autism & Seizures. Blame the Hippies! Relief Of Medical Marijuana Off-Limits at N.J. Hospitals U.S. Blocks Legal Marijuana Growers From Using Federal Irrigation Water A new way to heal Santa Cruz nonprofit navigates politics, science to put MDMA on path to clinical use Just a slimy trail of corruption United Nations Drug Report Disappointing September 23, 2003 According to the report, ecstasy users risk suffering the effects of early decline in mental function and memory, or Alzheimer-type symptoms. ☛Sentencing Guidelines Toughened for Ecstasy '☛Ecstasy' For Agony The report was released just weeks after scientists at Johns Hopkins University retracted their research findings that suggested that a single evening's use of ecstasy could cause permanent brain damage and Parkinson's disease. The scientists admitted that they utilized the wrong drug in their studies. ☛The UN report makes no mention of the retracted studies. The RAVE Act Has Landed June 10, 2003 National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) and Students for Sensible Drug Policy, was called off by the manager of the venue after she received threats from a local DEA agent of a $250,000 fine if someone at the event smoked a joint, according to a report by Phillip S. Smith of DRCNet. The RAVE Act, authored by Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE), was intended to target the electronic music shows, called raves, which are known for open use of the drug ecstasy, by making it a crime for the owner of a venue to knowingly host an event where illegal drugs are used. Opponents of the law, fearing that it would be used to infringe on the free speech of groups advocating drug law reform, were able to block it in Congress last year. But Biden attached it as an amendment to the popular Amber Alert bill passed in May. ☛Report of Ecstasy Drug's Great Risks Is Retracted The monkeys and baboons in the study were not injected with Ecstasy but with a powerful amphetamine, said the journal, Science magazine. The retraction was submitted by the team at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine that did the study. ☛SECOND ECSTASY STUDY RETRACTED Mon, 15 Sep 2003 The retraction, to be published in next Friday's issue of the journal Science, has reignited a smoldering and sometimes angry debate over the risks and benefits of the drug, also known as MDMA. A $Trillion spent on the Ganjawar is a $Trillion in the Pockets of Prohibitionists.