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There are diverse kinds of breast cancers; some can be treated using certain kinds of medications (if detected on time) while others require specialized treatment. Not many people are aware of the fact that the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids (medical compounds found in marijuana herb) is now being explored with regard to the treatment of various cancers.  Many medical research reports have demonstrated the effects of cannabinoids in an array of cancers off late.


Studies show that medical marijuana strengthens the immune system and brings positive changes in the biological system of the patient suffering from breast cancer. Also, the cannabinoids in marijuana restrain the growth of cancerous cells by thwarting their propagation.  These compounds limit the spread of cancer cells in the body.

Why Marijuana could be the Best Cure for Breast Cancer?

Although, medical science has progressed tremendously in the past decade or such, there are certain kinds of breast cancers which have been found to be resistant to conventional treatments. Medical research suggests that synthetic cannabinoids or phyto-cannabinoids (THC & CBD) are useful in treating all types and sub-types of breast cancers. The therapeutic potential of marijuana products is predominantly important for treating triple-negative-breast-cancer.


The other vital factor that plays for the use of marijuana products as breast cancer treatment is that they are relatively less toxic and safer in use than traditional mediations. It is generally observed that over a period of time, conventional medications also start affecting non-cancerous cells in the body, even causing their death. Although, marijuana products do come with some mild side-effects such as dizziness and fatigue, they are now being claimed to be comparatively better than conventional medicines which are mostly used for treating breast cancer.


Additionally, marijuana provides a number of other benefits to a cancer patient as well. The treatment of chemotherapy can lead to certain side effects in the body including loss of hair, nausea, vomiting and pain in certain parts of body. Nonetheless, anyone using marijuana as a medication doesn’t face such problems. When combined with conventional medications, cannabinoids work more actively. The synergized effect can be more path-breaking in comparison to when either of the treatments is employed alone. 

Future of Breast Cancer Treatment with Marijuana

Presently, considerable research is being carried out on the medical properties of marijuana and its use in breast cancer treatment. Even though, most of the work is limited to pre-clinical trials that mainly involves cell cultures, apparently, the future is bright for cancer patients.


It has to be understood or identified which part of the population suffering from breast cancer will react most positively to the cannabinoids treatment. Unless this is achieved oncologists would be just unwilling to prescribe the drug. Bulks of the oncologists who provide marijuana treatment in Michigan are hopeful that sooner or later, the medical fraternity will begin to accept the research findings and take a step forward.


Medical marijuana remains inaccessible in most parts of the world still despite its illegal presence everywhere. However, as the wave for medical legalization of marijuana is spreading across the world, cancer patients have a reason to be hopeful. Marijuana is all set to play an imperative role in the treatment of various kinds of cancers including breast cancer in the near future provided claims are backed by thorough clinical trials and research reports.

Got the new 710pen and have to say its pretty amazing. The LCD screen comes in handy after a long night out. I was at EDC in Vegas and used it all night Friday, when I got to my hotel Saturday at 9am?? it was at 342 hits and a quarter of the battery left. AWESOME!!!!

The funnel cartridge is the best cartridge on the market IMO. super easy to fill up, i remember walking from stage to stage and filling it up while i walked. which was a HUGE relief because some of the pens are hard to fill up, forget about walking and filling it up like I did with the 710 Pen! Plus you can't always stop or sit down, bust the tool out, get a lighter to heat the end so it drips off....no thanks.

My other note is how efficient it is. Oil, Wax, Budder - it rips thru all of them with ease and with no waste! My previous pen had all this build-up collecting from excess wax it was wasting but with this funnel they put in their cartridge there is literally NO WASTE. EPIC!!!

710 Pen
Fo Sep 15 '12 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 2 · Tags: full melt, trippy stick, vaporizer, 710pen, 710 pen, 710time, 710-pen, vaporizer wax

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Contest rules and Instructions: participants must have a MMJ valid card.


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•Send your most creative photo with our 3P Ogre to [email protected] Include your name and contact information.


All photos will be posted to Facebook. Make sure you get your friends to like your photo because the photo that gets the most Facebook likes will win a Bong!!


A second photo will be chosen by the 3P staff and dubbed 3P staff favorite and will also receive a Bong!!


Contest ends March 1st. The winner will be notified by 3PWC within the first week.



***Participants may not win multiple times in a calendar year****


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3PWC Feb 2 '12 · Rate: 5 · Tags: 3pwc, bong
Cannabeast cares about Grandma's....

Yes, pot helps the brain fight Alzheimer's, according to journalist Clint Werner's Marijuana: A Gateway to Health.
 The notion that pot fights Alzheimer's is nothing new: A study published in 2006 by The Scripps Institute said that THC -- described as "the active ingredient" in marijuana, a notion since exploded by the discovery of other active cannabinoids like CBD, with hundreds others yet to examine -- worked better at stopping the spread of amyloid plaque in the brain than pharmaceutical drugs prescribed for the purpose.  THC blocks the enzyme which creates the plague that inhibits brain function, which means that marijuana can inhibit or halt entirely the spread of Alzheimer's in an older brain, researchers said. Stopping the enzyme's attack on brain cells is one thing, but marijuana use has also been linked to the creation of healthy, new brain cells, according to Werner's book, which was released last year (and is available on Amazon.com, we should mention).  McCartney and the rest of the Beatles first used marijuana in the early 1960s at the behest of Bob Dylan -- and who were the Fab Four to turn Zimmy down? The habit apparently took, as McCartney wrote "Got To Get You Into My Life" about reefer, according to reports, and spoke in favor of drug legalization in interviews well into the 1990s. If Rolling Stone asked him about legalization, Sir Paul was demure; the interview doesn't mention it one way or the other, nor does he say exactly when he decided he'd smoked a lifetime's worth of cannabis.  "I smoked my share," he said, adding: "When you're bringing up a youngster, your sense of responsibility does kick in, if you're lucky, at some point." He ended with: "Enough's enough --  you just don't seem to think it's necessary," according to the interview (which you can't read online, sorry; go buy a magazine, freeloader). So did marijuana use contribute to McCartney's longevity? Possibly, but since he and the other Beatles admitted to using that as well as LSD in order to create "Sergeant Pepper" and other records regarded as indispensable classics, seems as if it's immaterial at this point.  (Read morehttp://blogs.sfweekly.com
Cannabeast Feb 22 '12 · Rate: 5 · Tags: thc, alzheimer's, amyloid plaque, cannabinoids, cbd

With all the cheap imitation trippy sticks on the market it was a daunting task figuring out which ones where authentic. I've been  researching for weeks until I came across an article in the iSee Kush forums. It compared different vapor pens. They praised the G-pen for its ability to be loaded manually with any full melt  giving it  better overall ratings over the Omicron, Vapor Rx and Atmos.  So my search was over. I ordered my pen and received it shortly after. It came in quality packaging similar to what you get an iphone in. The battery requires an initial 8 hour charge for the first 3 power cycles and comes with a slick USB charger and wall plugin.

(G-pen battery & G-tank are universally threaded to fit  almost all other pens  like  Vapor Rx, Atmost Rx,Vaporx XL,Atm rx, Omicron). 

After the first charge my pen was ready. Loading the extract in the G-tank is a simple process, with the provided Skilletool. Just remove the rubber cap from the top of the tank insert any desired Full melt concentrates into the G- tank,  directly on the heating element  which heats the contents  instantly vaporizing and the excess is absorbed into the wicking system constantly drawing towards the heat conserving and recycling  expensive Full melts.

(leave the rubber cap off to provide more air flow to the wicking system for larger hits)
The first hit was filled with pure flavor  the vapor was very smooth yet expanding as it produces surprising amounts  of vapor and even has a auto cool down feature to prevent burning but requires frequent dabs and at least .5 gram to get the wick saturated. Once  loaded and the wick is  fully saturated. Depending on the concentrate used the vapor will have little to no order making it ideal for discreet dabs anywhere.

G Pen Personal Vaporizer Vape By Grenco Science

Dimez Apr 23 '12 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 3 · Tags: g-pen vaporizer, grenco science, grencoscience, trippy stick, wax, g pen, vaporizer, full melt

End The War On Drugs

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The book that includes a multitude of familiar recipes offers guidelines about more advanced cannabis cuisines such as potato gnocchi with wild mushroom raga. For the first time in the history of the cooking world, a book comes out with scores of recipes for cooking yummy medical marijuana edibles.

To include the term ‘medical’ is imperative because marijuana legalization is yet to take place in many parts of the world. But, some countries and states in the US have gone ahead raising the ban over medical use of marijuana. McDonough, who has been involved with High Time magazine for the past decade or such, maintains that the purpose of stones cuisine is not to provide a typical high, but to make people aware of marijuana’s not-so-well-known brighter side. She maintains that the time you talk about a food item made out of cannabis, people don’t take you seriou

sly.  She also claims that it’s always beneficial to consume marijuana in the form of an edible than smoking it. Amusingly, the book, based on the concept of cannabis cookery has also got some useful information on topics like cannabis sauce.

In an interview with HuffPost, she spoke in detail about the greater advantages of consuming cannabis in the form of food than through smoking or vaporizing it. The effects last longer this way and even lungs are not affected. She went on to explain that cannabis, when cooked in oil or butter, becomes yummier. Cannabis patients who are reluctant to use saturated fats can include olive or coconut oil. However, while cooking, one should maintain a normal temperature as THC may degenerate at high temperature and loses its potency.

There is a long list of cooking recipes in the book which provide in-depth knowledge on various kinds of medicals marijuana edibles. The book mentions a wide variety of ingredients including dried buds, trimmed leaves, unpressed hash and others to start with. Both dried and fresh cannabis carry own trademark taste. Marijuana strains contain different kinds of chemicals such as terpenes and flavanoids. They may impart citrus or pine-like flavor to the foods. The book also suggests that marijuana pairs very well with chocolate and peanut butter. Some of the most popular recipes in the book include Pumpkin Pie, Rasta Pasta, Bean Soup, Reggae Rice, and Ganja Granny’s Smoked Mac ‘N’ Cheese. McDonough asserts that anyone aspiring to master cannabis cookery techniques must have patience and willingness to ‘innovate.’

It’s important to enjoy the food stuffs having cannabis as main ingredient with caution. One should eat slowly and restrain from over-eating. There are cases where people reported uncomfortable highs later. One should follow a ‘wait and watch’ policy to see how much and when the strain kicks in; person cooking cannabis food items has also been advised to follow a ‘slow and steady’ approach.

Depending upon one’s personal taste and preferences, one can try out any type of meat, tofu or vegetable in cannabis and enjoy the delicacy. Barbecue is also an option. Furthermore, presence of marijuana oils in the foods is highly effective for providing quick relief against a number of diseases. Marijuana oil equipments from Michigan can be used by the chef in order to easily extract oil from the strains and use them in sauces.


this is awesome the Cannabeast will support and herald what Anonymous is doing! 4/20/2012 show your support!!
Cannabeast Apr 14 '12 · Rate: 5 · Tags: cannabis, legalization, 4/20

J1 Marijuana

Strain Name: J1

Grade: A

Type: Sativa.

Looks: Crystal, hairy (orange).

Smell: Spicy, not strong.

Taste: Not really a taste but really smooth inhale and exhale.

Effects: Paranoia, Severe cotton mouth, Munchies, Loss of motor functions and speech, Body numbness and paralysis, Hard to see, Hard to breathe, Exhaustion, Loss of balance, Loss of hearing (varies in severity), Depressing thoughts, and giggles and spacey head on the come down.

Potency: VERY strong. I smoked two bowls at 5pm and was still feeling the high until 10pm the next day. It creeps up on you (feel it in about 10-15 minutes) and lingers for a VERY long time. It was a terrifying experience because I was flooded with paranoia and depression. If anything, its a one hit quitter. Do NOT smoke this strain alone like I did, it’s bad news.

Reviewed by: NooneAtNight

Good Strain For: Wanting to freak the f#ck out.

medicalmarijuanastrains Aug 17 '13 · Rate: 5

Purple Cheese Marijuana

Strain Name: Purple Cheese

Grade: A

Type: Sativa

Looks: Very Light Purple With Alot of Orange Spotting

Smell: Fruity Dank

Taste: Earthy

Effects: Uplifting

Potency: A+

Reviewed by: Purple Everything

Good Strain For: Sleepness

medicalmarijuanastrains Aug 16 '13 · Rate: 5
Butane hash oil (BHO) made from marijuana is not a new thing. However, it’s popularity and availability has grown exponentially in recent years. In Oregon, where I’m from, my circle of friends always called it ‘honey oil’ and it was a rare treat back in the day. Now it seems like everyone and their grandma [Continue Reading]
G13 Amnesia

At least that’s according to four Chicago-area Democrats who hold elected public offices. The group held a press conference Monday at the Cook County building, calling for the state to decriminalize marijuana possession and — eventually — legalize recreational use.

Related story: Almost halfway: Illinois is the 20th state to legalize medical marijuana

“The main difference between the War on Drugs and Prohibition is that, after 40 years, this country still hasn’t acknowledged that the War on Drugs is a failure,” Cook County Commissioner John Fritchey said, drawing a parallel with the outlawing of booze in the early 20th Century.

Illinois is already in the process of making medical marijuana available to those with a legitimate need.

But backers of the budding effort — including Chicago-area state representatives Mike Zalewski, Kelly Cassidy and Christian Mitchell who also appeared with Fritchey at the news conference — cited a bevy of statistics that suggested pot legalization could help solve more than just medical ailments.

For example, racial minorities are often the target of enforcement efforts, they say. Meanwhile, their white counterparts are not arrested to the same degree for marijuana possession, they say.

“You’ll see people getting swept off the streets on a daily basis on the South Side and the West Side. You don’t see kids getting arrested in Lincoln Park,” said Fritchey, who is a former legislator.

Read the full article at the Chicago Sun Times.

The post Illinois officials call for recreational marijuana legalization appeared first on The Stoned Society.


I got this pink in my cup


chrisfuckingtravis Mar 20 '13 · Rate: 5

The fifth in a series of grow reports. In this grow report, the Wappa Paradise Seeds from Azarius. This strain isn’t the most popular one everybody is talking about, but nevertheless it has awesome effects.  Most important, the low height makes it an excellent choice for our 1.2m x 0.7m x 1.5m growing space. It’s supposed to give a very [...]

The Stoned Society

Thousands of medical marijuana patients in the United States rely on the drug to alleviate a multitude of symptoms from cachexia to nerve pain; nevertheless, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) still considers it a Schedule I controlled substance that has no accepted medical use. Despite this law-enforcement-agency-approved “analysis,” doctors are conducting their own research. In [Continue Reading]
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