I thouht I would post a little tribute to my professor Dr. Robert Malamede that taught me so much about endocannabiniods and cannabis. This man smokes way more than I would ever do and he truly believes everyone should smoke. He has stated many times that marijuana creates more peaceful people (not his words) and that the world would e a safer place if everybody smoked. I even think he is exaggerating , but he is a brilliant man and he works helping to find  alternative ways to get the many theraputic compounds in marijuana to patients without having to smoke them. He also is one of the biggest marijuana advocates in Colorado.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0cSg5CW6PQ



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yes I do But i am fed upwith this Is there any way to quit that

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Yes i do But how Can i quit that any good suggestions

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chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
sapphi_snake said:
dunno001 said:
Chroniczaaa said:

Funny, Since noone has ever died from marijuanna right, or ever been hurt by it. Also when you snitched out the kid, that was the weakest thing I've ever read on this site.

NOBODY? I know for a fact that's false. There are very few things that can truely say that nobody has died from them. Even water has caused a fair number of deaths, despite our bodies being a majority water. In fact, not too long ago, there was a fatal car accident in this area where it was found that the at-fault driver was high. If he were drunk, it would be blamed on alcohol, so I see no reason to not say this was the fault of marijuana.

As for the second part, I don't care if you think it was weak. Because of what I do, I did what I was legally required to do. As I said in a prior post, I will not risk becoming an accessory to their illegal action. Perhaps if it was your life or job on the line, you'd think differently about it- after all, mine was.

When he said that no one has ever died from marijuana, I think he was talking about the fact that you can't really OD from it. It's quite stupid to blame marijuana if a guy has an accident while drunk, same way as it's stupid to blame alcohol if someone's drunk while driving. It's the person who broke the law's (driving under the influence) fault.


Ummm, yes you can.

It is not known what the lethal level of THC is that will kill a person. The human body is incapable of taking in enough for this to happen, I might look it upo again if I am ever feeling like it.


That's not what I'm saying.  I'm saying you can OD on it. ODing does not necesarily mean lethal amounts.

If your talking about anxity attacks fine I agree 100%, but it is usually called a bad trip not an overdose. The scientific definition of an overdose means death.

http://www.drug-overdose.com/marijuana.htm

Marijuana Overdose

The Drug Awareness Warning Network Annual Report, published by the US federal government contains a statistical compilation of all drug deaths which occur in the United States. According to this report, there has never been a death recorded from the use of marijuana by natural causes. Unlike opiates, barbiturates or amphetamines, there seems to be little risk from the use of large amounts of marijuana. When a person smokes too much they feel very tired and lie down. When people swallow large amounts of hashish, occasionally they get sick to their stomach.

 

No it doesn't.

 
Medical Dictionary

1 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˈō-vər-ˌdōs/
Function: n
:  too great a dose (as of a therapeutic agent) < span=""> <>overdose  of exposure to the sunMorris Fishbein >
also :  a lethal or toxic amount (as of a drug)

2 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˌō-vər-ˈdōs/
Function: vb
-dosed ; , -dos·ing ; vt :  to give an overdose or too many doses to
vi :  to take or experience an overdose —usually used with on
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary, © 2007 Merriam-Webster, Inc.
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overdose  o·ver·dose (ō'vər-dōs')
n.
 An excessive dose, especially of a narcotic.

The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary
Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
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Ok so the point is not valid unless you back it up with facts. I wish you would describe what a THC/Marijuana overdose actually is because I already named an example an anxiety attack.

ok so, let me get this straight, I prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt you can OD on marajauna, and you give an example of an OD...and you still want facts? Are you smoking some right now?



"with great power, comes great responsibility."

Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
sapphi_snake said:
dunno001 said:
Chroniczaaa said:

Funny, Since noone has ever died from marijuanna right, or ever been hurt by it. Also when you snitched out the kid, that was the weakest thing I've ever read on this site.

NOBODY? I know for a fact that's false. There are very few things that can truely say that nobody has died from them. Even water has caused a fair number of deaths, despite our bodies being a majority water. In fact, not too long ago, there was a fatal car accident in this area where it was found that the at-fault driver was high. If he were drunk, it would be blamed on alcohol, so I see no reason to not say this was the fault of marijuana.

As for the second part, I don't care if you think it was weak. Because of what I do, I did what I was legally required to do. As I said in a prior post, I will not risk becoming an accessory to their illegal action. Perhaps if it was your life or job on the line, you'd think differently about it- after all, mine was.

When he said that no one has ever died from marijuana, I think he was talking about the fact that you can't really OD from it. It's quite stupid to blame marijuana if a guy has an accident while drunk, same way as it's stupid to blame alcohol if someone's drunk while driving. It's the person who broke the law's (driving under the influence) fault.


Ummm, yes you can.

It is not known what the lethal level of THC is that will kill a person. The human body is incapable of taking in enough for this to happen, I might look it upo again if I am ever feeling like it.


That's not what I'm saying.  I'm saying you can OD on it. ODing does not necesarily mean lethal amounts.

If your talking about anxity attacks fine I agree 100%, but it is usually called a bad trip not an overdose. The scientific definition of an overdose means death.

http://www.drug-overdose.com/marijuana.htm

Marijuana Overdose

The Drug Awareness Warning Network Annual Report, published by the US federal government contains a statistical compilation of all drug deaths which occur in the United States. According to this report, there has never been a death recorded from the use of marijuana by natural causes. Unlike opiates, barbiturates or amphetamines, there seems to be little risk from the use of large amounts of marijuana. When a person smokes too much they feel very tired and lie down. When people swallow large amounts of hashish, occasionally they get sick to their stomach.


No it doesn't.

 
Medical Dictionary

1 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˈō-vər-ˌdōs/
Function: n
:  too great a dose (as of a therapeutic agent) < span=""> <>overdose  of exposure to the sunMorris Fishbein >
also :  a lethal or toxic amount (as of a drug)

2 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˌō-vər-ˈdōs/
Function: vb
-dosed ; , -dos·ing ; vt :  to give an overdose or too many doses to
vi :  to take or experience an overdose —usually used with on
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary, © 2007 Merriam-Webster, Inc.
Cite This Source

overdose  o·ver·dose (ō'vər-dōs')
n.
 An excessive dose, especially of a narcotic.

The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary
Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Cite This Source

Ok so the point is not valid unless you back it up with facts. I wish you would describe what a THC/Marijuana overdose actually is because I already named an example an anxiety attack.

ok so, let me get this straight, I prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt you can OD on marajauna, and you give an example of an OD...and you still want facts? Are you smoking some right now?

I have stated in these threads before I have not smoked in 3 months so no I am not high. Saying that you can have an excessive amount means nothing if there is no negative results. So I was giving you the oppurtunity to say anything worthwhile by stating a negative symptom of that definition of overdosing. If you don't want to add anything fine stop replying to me with nothing.



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chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:
Tony_Stark said:
sapphi_snake said:
dunno001 said:
Chroniczaaa said:

Funny, Since noone has ever died from marijuanna right, or ever been hurt by it. Also when you snitched out the kid, that was the weakest thing I've ever read on this site.

NOBODY? I know for a fact that's false. There are very few things that can truely say that nobody has died from them. Even water has caused a fair number of deaths, despite our bodies being a majority water. In fact, not too long ago, there was a fatal car accident in this area where it was found that the at-fault driver was high. If he were drunk, it would be blamed on alcohol, so I see no reason to not say this was the fault of marijuana.

As for the second part, I don't care if you think it was weak. Because of what I do, I did what I was legally required to do. As I said in a prior post, I will not risk becoming an accessory to their illegal action. Perhaps if it was your life or job on the line, you'd think differently about it- after all, mine was.

When he said that no one has ever died from marijuana, I think he was talking about the fact that you can't really OD from it. It's quite stupid to blame marijuana if a guy has an accident while drunk, same way as it's stupid to blame alcohol if someone's drunk while driving. It's the person who broke the law's (driving under the influence) fault.


Ummm, yes you can.

It is not known what the lethal level of THC is that will kill a person. The human body is incapable of taking in enough for this to happen, I might look it upo again if I am ever feeling like it.


That's not what I'm saying.  I'm saying you can OD on it. ODing does not necesarily mean lethal amounts.

If your talking about anxity attacks fine I agree 100%, but it is usually called a bad trip not an overdose. The scientific definition of an overdose means death.

http://www.drug-overdose.com/marijuana.htm

Marijuana Overdose

The Drug Awareness Warning Network Annual Report, published by the US federal government contains a statistical compilation of all drug deaths which occur in the United States. According to this report, there has never been a death recorded from the use of marijuana by natural causes. Unlike opiates, barbiturates or amphetamines, there seems to be little risk from the use of large amounts of marijuana. When a person smokes too much they feel very tired and lie down. When people swallow large amounts of hashish, occasionally they get sick to their stomach.

 

No it doesn't.

 
Medical Dictionary

1 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˈō-vər-ˌdōs/
Function: n
:  too great a dose (as of a therapeutic agent) < span=""> <>overdose  of exposure to the sunMorris Fishbein >
also :  a lethal or toxic amount (as of a drug)

2 over·dose definition

Pronunciation:  /ˌō-vər-ˈdōs/
Function: vb
-dosed ; , -dos·ing ; vt :  to give an overdose or too many doses to
vi :  to take or experience an overdose —usually used with on
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary, © 2007 Merriam-Webster, Inc.
Cite This Source

overdose  o·ver·dose (ō'vər-dōs')
n.
 An excessive dose, especially of a narcotic.

The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary
Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Cite This Source

Ok so the point is not valid unless you back it up with facts. I wish you would describe what a THC/Marijuana overdose actually is because I already named an example an anxiety attack.

ok so, let me get this straight, I prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt you can OD on marajauna, and you give an example of an OD...and you still want facts? Are you smoking some right now?

I have stated in these threads before I have not smoked in 3 months so no I am not high. Saying that you can have an excessive amount means nothing if there is no negative results. So I was giving you the oppurtunity to say anything worthwhile by stating a negative symptom of that definition of overdosing. If you don't want to add anything fine stop replying to me with nothing.


At this point, I think you are lying about not smoking it, (although your brain is probably still affected by it even if you are telling the truth since it can take years for the affects to your brain to fully wear off.) You already listed one example of smoking too much, one was enough to prove that one can OD on the stuff. If you want more I can provide them, but for the prupose of this conversation, it is not necesary.



"with great power, comes great responsibility."

Tony_Stark said:
chocoloco said:

I have stated in these threads before I have not smoked in 3 months so no I am not high. Saying that you can have an excessive amount means nothing if there is no negative results. So I was giving you the oppurtunity to say anything worthwhile by stating a negative symptom of that definition of overdosing. If you don't want to add anything fine stop replying to me with nothing.


At this point, I think you are lying about not smoking it, (although your brain is probably still affected by it even if you are telling the truth since it can take years for the affects to your brain to fully wear off.) You already listed one example of smoking too much, one was enough to prove that one can OD on the stuff. If you want more I can provide them, but for the prupose of this conversation, it is not necesary.

You never ues facts only uneducated opinions saying that marijuana would still be effecting my brain after three months. You only show opinions grounded on emotion or you say nothing. I could just as easily accuse you of being high and if you deny smoking I could call you a liar. You use no common sense  just because a person cares about an issue like legalizing marijuana does not mean they smoke. I happen to deny it all the time with friends and just drink beer. So once again do not reply to me unless you want to debate about something sensibly and use real facts.

I only reply to you because I like to debate about this issue.



Dr.Grass said:
Marks said:
I do once in a while. I only started doing it last year but I think I prefer it to alcohol.


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I'm a bit late but thank you! haha

I didn't know how to tell if people quoted you till a couple days ago



I can't believe someone is arguing that you can OD on weed.

That's like saying water is bad because you can die if you drink too much:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16614865/ns/us_news-life/t/woman-dies-after-water-drinking-contest/

There you go, more people have OD'd on water than on marijuana. That's not very bright of you @dunno. And how could you possibly construe this into a grammatical issue @Tony_Stark.



Tony_Stark said:
sapphi_snake said:
dunno001 said:
Chroniczaaa said:

Funny, Since noone has ever died from marijuanna right, or ever been hurt by it. Also when you snitched out the kid, that was the weakest thing I've ever read on this site.

NOBODY? I know for a fact that's false. There are very few things that can truely say that nobody has died from them. Even water has caused a fair number of deaths, despite our bodies being a majority water. In fact, not too long ago, there was a fatal car accident in this area where it was found that the at-fault driver was high. If he were drunk, it would be blamed on alcohol, so I see no reason to not say this was the fault of marijuana.

As for the second part, I don't care if you think it was weak. Because of what I do, I did what I was legally required to do. As I said in a prior post, I will not risk becoming an accessory to their illegal action. Perhaps if it was your life or job on the line, you'd think differently about it- after all, mine was.

When he said that no one has ever died from marijuana, I think he was talking about the fact that you can't really OD from it. It's quite stupid to blame marijuana if a guy has an accident while drunk, same way as it's stupid to blame alcohol if someone's drunk while driving. It's the person who broke the law's (driving under the influence) fault.


Ummm, yes you can.

I was going to reply to your sly smartass comment towards "This is your brain on pot folks" but there is no need. This shows me it's utterly worthless to respond to you, considering your intellect and intelligence level.