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  • FunkyButtLovin
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    No worries about that, I don't remember shit.

    I'm supposed to be looking for cultivars high in Cineole and Delta 3-carene to start working with to try to combat my memory loss but I can never remember to do the research. Alzheimer's and dementia are in my future.

  • Gingerbeard
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    No ma'am SoOrbudgal . Ain't even stepped in my shoes and socks, today. We-uns just clar'fyin' th' butter, if'n y'll pard'n my French.

    Ethics say you shouldn't steal candy from a baby. Morals tell you you need the candy more than the baby because your blood sugar is low and the candy probably has high fructose corn syrup and will make the baby a diabetic, if you let it eat the candy, and it is, therefore, your ethical and moral duty to take the candy from the baby.

    Really, I guess the question we can all ask ourselves is, is stealing candy from a baby a moral or ethical dilemma? It's a tricky one, wot?

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  • ChadWestport
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    I confuse those two words some times. As long as I have them both, I'll be ok

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Gingerbeard did you step in it again?

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  • Gingerbeard
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    No. I didn't mean to imply you were implying anything. It's not just ethics. It's morals. Ethics have nothing to do with morals.

  • ChadWestport
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    Agreed, there is no ethical way to test effects on babies in the womb. I wasn't meaning to imply that, so thank you for bringing it up.

  • Gingerbeard
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    If you remember it, it's not Amnesia Haze.  It's Short Term Memory Haze.

  • Gingerbeard
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    That's a tricky one, ChadWestport , the nature of the test. It's one thing to have human trials on voluntary adults. It's another thing to have adults volunteer their unborn children. I'll tell you. There isn't a thing on this planet I would have tested on either of my sons.

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  • ChadWestport
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    Ha, Amnesia Haze is what I started my day with today! Good call FunkyButtLovin

  • FunkyButtLovin
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    I'm about to do some research on this Amnesia Haze right now. Time for a non-clinical trial!

  • ChadWestport
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    I take everything with a grain of salt. In the US only studies that produced / looked for negative results from cannabis use were funded by the government. That said, I have referenced many articles from JAMA and you can't just pick and choose the ones that have your desired outcome. I have yet to read this article, but I'm sure I'll learn something.

    A huge point of consideration on any of these studies is the size of the trial group. Numbers and percentages can often be misleading. Like, 75% of participants reported a negative side effect...... only 4 people were in the study. There are many other factors that can be used and skewed to fit the results into the original hypothesis or desired outcome. This is why we desperately need human clinical trials with cannabis, real testing. I love the plant and think it has many, many benefits, but I don't doubt there are a few drawbacks. I'm all for research and education.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Thought of your PSA when I saw this.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Kudos for the woman. But this is another thing women should think twice about while pregnant.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-54280694

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Our daughter asked me if i smoked weed during pregnancy she's 37 and a nurse. Oh no i never even thought about it would of never done it just not right thing to do to the unborn.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Weed was not mothers' little helper.

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