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    • blackpoolbouncer
      That's obviously why I'm a very happy person. My cannabinoid levels will be pretty well topped up I reckon
    • GrowBot2000
      Hi all,   Apart from in my youth many years ago, I'm new to all this - so I'm looking for some recommendations for my next grow.   After some reading, I found there are 2 types - Sativa and Indica, so I first tried a Sativa (Purple Haze) which I've been enjoying very much. However, it doesn't seem great for getting to sleep - it's a bit mental.   My current grow is an Indica - Northern Lights, which I've read will be better for Insomnia, which would be good for me.   For my next grow, I'm thinking maybe something in between these two ? a hybrid maybe ?   Are there any recommendations, maybe a 'Classic' hybrid ? I keep seeing reference to Kush and Skunk, they seem popular - that's where I'm leaning.    
    • bongme
      hi   Lichfield and Burntwood MP pleads with ministers to improve access to medicinal cannabis   The MP for Lichfield and Burntwood has pleaded with ministers to allow patients to have greater access to medicinal cannabis. Michael Fabricant’s comments came in a House of Commons debate earlier this week.       The Conservative MP said that although the law was changed in 2018 to permit the prescription of cannabis, a shortage of specialist clinicians has meant that just two patients in the UK have had legal access to it.   He has previously highlighted the case of local woman Vicky Clarke and her family’s battle to access medicinal cannabis products. Mr Fabricant told the health minister:  “I have a constituent who is suffering from very advanced multiple sclerosis.   “She has been unable to obtain the medication she needs, and her husband wishes to grow small amounts of cannabis to relieve her pain. “However, it is not just she who is suffering. Staffordshire police do not want to act, although technically the family is breaking the law. That is an impossible position, is it not? “It really is up to the Department of Health and Social Care to find ways in which cannabis can be prescribed more widely and more quickly.   “Is it not the case – cruel as it may seem to say this in the Chamber – that for those who are is suffering from advanced multiple sclerosis, there can be only one end to it? “Is it not therefore cruel in the extreme that when something could mitigate the pain and the discomfort and is not going to do any more harm to the patient because there is no cure for advanced multiple sclerosis, that palliative care cannot be administered?”     Regulations   Earlier this month, Mr Fabricant wrote to the Chief Constable of Staffordshire, Gareth Morgan, asking what help the police can give in allowing Andy Clarke, Vicky’s husband, to grow small amounts of cannabis for her to take to relive the pain.   In a reply to Michael Fabricant Ch Cons Morgan said: “The 2018 regulations have imposed special measures of control for the use, order and supply of these Schedule 2 products for the purposes of administration.   “Specifically, such order and supply must be for use in accordance with the prescription or direction of a specialist medical practitioner; an investigational medicinal product for use in a clinical trial in humans; or, a medicinal product with a marketing authorisation.   “The regulations continue to prohibit smoking of cannabis and cannabis-based products for medicinal use. “For these reasons I cannot provide permission for Mr Clarke to grow cannabis for medicinal use. Mr Clarke’s wife would need to consult with a medical practitioner in relation to treatments.   “I appreciate this is not the outcome Mr Clarke desired. However, I would wish to point out that this decision is not a matter for police forces but for Parliament to decide.” Mr Fabricant said it was now up to ministers to solve the situation for families facing a similar story.   “I completely understand the Chief Constable’s position,” he said. “So far the police have been very understanding in this difficult situation. “I am pleased that the law was changed to enable the prescribing of medicinal cannabis in the UK, but without trained clinicians able to prescribe these drugs, I understand why Mr Clarke might take the law into his own hands.   “I will continue to press either for more clinicians or for a further change in the law.”   A volunteer wrote this. Say thanks with a coffee.   https://lichfieldlive.co.uk/2019/05/24/lichfield-and-burntwood-mp-pleads-with-ministers-to-improve-access-to-medicinal-cannabis/   Bongme             
    • bongme
      hi   wee add on...   Tottenham fire: Blaze began 'at cannabis factory'   BBC News     A large fire which sent up huge plumes of black smoke in north London started at a cannabis factory, police believe. At its height about 100 firefighters tackled the blaze at a number of factory units in Garman Road, Tottenham, on Thursday. People living nearby have been urged to keep doors and windows closed due to the large amount of smoke. The Met said it believes the fire began at a unit being used to grow cannabis before spreading to others.       The London Fire Brigade said a large part of the roof of a range of units was destroyed, to the rear of where the fire took hold. It was called at 00:10 BST and the fire was brought under control by 12:24 BST. Station Manager Lee Sandy said: "Due to structural damage it has been difficult for crews to gain access to the building. "Crews were on scene throughout the night tackling the blaze and now have the fire under control and have stopped it spreading any further." He added: "There is a lot of smoke and we are reminding people to keep windows shut in the local area." The large plume of smoke could be seen across London.               https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48393286   Bongme