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    • KC
      You might need some Epsom salts. I found some strains liked a bit of mg added when using biobizz nutes. 
    • bongme
      hi   Morocco set to legalise cannabis 26 Feb 2021       Bongme    
    • bongme
      hi     Presence of fentanyl in cannabis caused a death on P.E.I., CPHO reports       An accidental overdose death on P.E.I. was the result of a cannabis product mixed with fentanyl, methamphetamine, and a synthetic drug called W-18. The province's chief public health office (CPHO) stated that an investigation into the death is ongoing. The provincial coroner reported the death - a female in their 20s - to the CPHO on late Friday, Feb. 26. In a media release, Dr. Heather Morrison said anyone consuming street drugs should take steps to reduce risks, carry naloxone kits and inform others using drugs that naloxone is available. This includes any drug in pill or powdered form and is not limited to opioids, she said. As well, anyone consuming cannabis should ensure it comes from a safe source. Fentanyl is a powerful opioid that is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine and has caused accidental overdoses and death in individuals who consume street drugs. W-18 is an illegal drug similar to carfentanil that is reported to be as much as 10,000 times more powerful than morphine.   There were 17 accidental opioid-related overdoses on P.E.I. in 2020 - nine of which involved fentanyl. To date, there have been six opioid-related deaths identified in 2020, three of which involved fentanyl. If an individual feels that they need a naloxone kit, they can contact the provincial Needle Exchange Program toll-free by calling 1-877-637-0333 or visit a program site. Free kits are also available to clients of mental health and addiction programs and select community groups. More information is available online. Anyone with any information in relation to this matter, or other drug related information, is asked to contact your local RCMP detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).     https://www.journalpioneer.com/news/local/cannabis-mixed-with-fentanyl-other-drugs-caused-a-death-on-pei-cpho-reports-557539/   Bongme  
    • bongme
      hi   Police discover cannabis plants after two men were spotted trying to break into a house Police are investigating following the incident in Cheadle on Thursday afternoon   Police discovered cannabis plants after being alerted to an attempted break-in in Stockport. Police were called to reports that two men were trying to break into a property on St David's Road in Cheadle shortly after 1pm yesterday (Thursday). Officers attended and two men - aged 26 and 28 - were arrested on suspicion of cannabis cultivation.   They have been released on bail while further enquiries are ongoing. Police remained at the scene after a number of cannabis plants were recovered from the property.   Police say the scene has now been closed and officers are no longer at the address.   Enquiries are ongoing.     https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/police-discover-cannabis-plants-after-19927899   Bongme