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US govt-funded agency admits marijuana can kill cancer cells The National Institute on Drug Abuse, a US federal government research institute whose mission includes “bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction,” has officially admitted that marijuana extracts can kill cancer cells. The institute has revised a page on its website entitled “DrugFacts: Is Marijuana Medicine?” citing a recent study conducted by a group of scientists at St. George’s University, London. 
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Pasadena Marijuana Seminar

This past weekend’s seminar was absolutely great!!!  We want to thank all good 77 people in attendance.  The staff at the Pasadena Inn was great, they helped get things moving nicely. Our attorney Bill McPike spoke of the latest case law around marijuana in California.  Mentioned People vs Anderson, where the people only “intended” to create a collective for 2 years but didn’t.  Apparently that’s ok. The guys the WebJoint team were marvelous. Good to 
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Over 120 different types of Terpenes, in varying amounts, have been identified in cannabis depending on the individual strain. The reason for the familiar odor and even the ‘taste’ (which can vary from plant to plant just like the scent), are the plant’s terpenes.  Terpenes are a group of organic compounds found in many plants and even some insects. Terpenes become Terpenoids when altered through a process of drying, curing, or chemical extraction.  Terpenes like 
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