2/26/2013

Eureka man comes to Oroville to sell pot to cops, is arrested

OROVILLE — A Eureka man was arrested Friday after he allegedly told police he was interested in selling marijuana. The Oroville Police Department conducted an investigation after noticing a Craigslist post that offered to trade a ski boat parked in Oroville, worth $8,750, for marijuana or cash, said Oroville police Sgt. John Bruschi.

2/20/2013

Watching Weed Country

Watching Weed Country on discovery right now!

2/16/2013

Destiny

I will find my place in the cannabis industry. With a successful background in retail management and sales, (its 4:20) coupled with a unique responsible admiration and wealth of knowledge about cannabis work should find me.

Um..so holler folks resume avail upon request. Relocatable 

2/14/2013

Hunting Vallejo Murderers

My mind has been so blown since hearing about Shon's murder, his girl and the twins they were expecting. Someone in Vallejo needs to be brave and speak up. Tell anybody what you know, the cops, a friend, me hell tell me.
I seek not revenge, not vigilantism. I seek closure and justice for the four lives taken from Vallejo, CA Sept 2012.
Any info given to me will be taken to my grave without ever being revealed.

2/10/2013

The EndoCannabinoid System-Quick explanation for my sis

The endogenous cannabinoid system is an ubiquitous lipid signalling system that appeared early in evolution and which has important regulatory functions throughout the body in all vertebrates. All vertebrates, not just humans.
The main endocannabinoids (endogenous cannabis-like substances) are small molecules derived from arachidonic acid, anandamide (arachidonoylethanolamide) and 2-arachidonoylglycerol. They bind to a family of G-protein-coupled receptors, of which the cannabinoid CB1 receptor is densely distributed in areas of the brain related to motor control, cognition, emotional responses, motivated behaviour and homeostasis.
As any cannabis user will tell you, hell yes it affects those things.

Outside the brain, the endocannabinoid system is one of the crucial modulators of the autonomic nervous system, the immune system and microcirculation. Endocannabinoids are released upon demand from lipid precursors in a receptor-dependent manner and serve as retrograde signalling messengers in GABAergic and glutamatergic synapses, as well as modulators of postsynaptic transmission, interacting with other neurotransmitters, including dopamine.

Endocannabinoids are transported into cells by a specific uptake system and degraded by two well-characterized enzymes, the fatty acid amide hydrolase and the monoacylglycerol lipase. Recent pharmacological advances have led to the synthesis of cannabinoid receptor agonists and antagonists, anandamide uptake blockers and potent, selective inhibitors of endocannabinoid degradation.

These new tools have enabled the study of the physiological roles played by the endocannabinoids and have opened up new strategies in the treatment of pain, obesity, neurological diseases including multiple sclerosis, emotional disturbances such as anxiety and other psychiatric disorders including drug addiction. Recent advances have specifically linked the endogenous cannabinoid system to alcoholism, and cannabinoid receptor antagonism now emerges as a promising therapeutic alternative for alcohol dependence and relapse.

Thank you medical marijuana!