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      weedforum.eu cannabisforum voor de recreative blower en medicinale grower, op het forum vind je vele tips and tricks om wietplant te kunnen kweken voor eigen (medicinaal) gebruik. Wij zijn het zat om als criminelen worden gezien, en hebben daarom deze petitie opgezet we hopen dat vele mensen hem zullen tekenen en zullen delen zodat we snel op de benodigde aantal handtekeningen zullen komen.   https://petities.nl/petitions/decriminaliseer-het-kleinschalig-kweken-van-cannabis

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  1. Welk nummertje luister je nu?

    Iets met biets om iets op te laten groeien
  2. S37 baviaan met companions

    Hi S37! Geen reet te doen? Echt niet? Maar ik doe met je mee, ik leg er ook alvast een paar ter aarde.
  3. update van software forum VANNACHT 6-2

    Bedankt Admins, Mods en natuurlijk Grote Smurf. Het ziet er goed uit en geen hele dramatische veranderingen waardoor je niks meer kan vinden.
  4. Overspoel de media

    @Cat Nicky, beetje laat maar gefeliciteerd! We kunnen hier gewoon mee door gaan toch? Het aanleveren van positieve berichten over canna. Weet iemand nog tips hoe je dat aan kan pakken? Kan me best voorstellen dat je denkt bij jezelf, "ik wil graag wat doen maar hoe en wat?"
  5. Jou mening over de chatfunctie van het forum

    Kan iedereen, dus ook bezoekers zonder account, de chat zien? Dat zou ik wel een tegenargument vinden. Beter een beetje privacy daar. Maar het werkt prima en mooi ook. Hopelijk wat meer leven daar op deze manier. Ik neem aan dat het daarvoor is gemaakt.
  6. 2x SSHDC // RE-RUN KindLED XL750 // 120x120

    Je kan er nog gewoon aarde bij gooien. Deze soort is MINDBLOWING
  7. Coco's operea pretium est

    Wauw wat een dikke grote knoeperts! BB, echt weer top gekweekt bra! Eerst die ik graag zou willen zetten zijn die mango widow, mooie soort. Kan je de geur beschrijven van die mango widow?
  8. Avocado boompje

    Ja dat vat ik niet helemaal, waarom hij niet vanzelf naar be nee groeit
  9. Jallelujah haze

    Ai, balen man. Wel een mooie struik gekweekt idd.
  10. http://edition.cnn.com/2016/02/24/health/medical-marijuana-legal-australia-irpt/ bovenstaande link is hieronder in beeld en schrift te vinden Geniet ervan, hier en daar. Medical marijuana legalized in Australia By Christina Zdanowicz, CNN Updated 1822 GMT (0222 HKT) February 25, 2016 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Epilepsy – More than 100 families have moved to Colorado to access "Charlotte's Web," a cannabis strain that in some epileptic children seems to dramatically reduce seizures. Taken as an oil, the medicine is high in a chemical called CBD and low in THC, the component that makes people "high." Hide Caption 5 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Concussion – NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is following the work of Israeli researchers who are exploring cannabis as a potential treatment for traumatic brain injury. In 2003, along with two colleagues, Nobel laureate Julius Axelrod, an American, obtained a patent on the drug for its anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. Hide Caption 6 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Alzheimer's disease – In studies of rats, marijuana helps stave off memory problems and Alzheimer's-like brain changes. A leading researcher said the drug's iffy legal status has held up further research. Hide Caption 7 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Bipolar disorder – A small study at Harvard found that marijuana seems to stabilize the brains of people who suffer from bipolar disorder. Some studies show the drug actually raises the risk of developing mental illness, but those findings are controversial. Hide Caption 8 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Between its outlaw image, controversial legal status and complex makeup -- the cannabis plant contains more than 400 individual chemicals -- marijuana's action in the brain and body is in many ways a mystery. The vast majority of studies on the drug have examined potential harm, as opposed to potential benefits. Even so, some medical uses are widely accepted and others are the subject of serious research. Here's a look at some potential uses of marijuana as medicine. Hide Caption 1 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Pain – In the United States, pain is the most common condition for which medical cannabis is taken. Studies show the drug is especially effective against neuropathic pain, a type of pain involving nerve damage. Marijuana is less habit-forming than opiate drugs and carries virtually no risk of a fatal overdose. Hide Caption 2 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Multiple sclerosis – Sativex, a pharmaceutical version of cannabis, is approved in 25 countries as a treatment for painful muscle spasms arising from multiple sclerosis. Hide Caption 3 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Nausea – The munchies are no joke. Marijuana is sometimes prescribed to stop nausea or induce appetite in people who have trouble eating, including patients suffering from AIDS or going through chemotherapy for cancer. Hide Caption 4 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Epilepsy – More than 100 families have moved to Colorado to access "Charlotte's Web," a cannabis strain that in some epileptic children seems to dramatically reduce seizures. Taken as an oil, the medicine is high in a chemical called CBD and low in THC, the component that makes people "high." Hide Caption 5 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Concussion – NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is following the work of Israeli researchers who are exploring cannabis as a potential treatment for traumatic brain injury. In 2003, along with two colleagues, Nobel laureate Julius Axelrod, an American, obtained a patent on the drug for its anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties. Hide Caption 6 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Alzheimer's disease – In studies of rats, marijuana helps stave off memory problems and Alzheimer's-like brain changes. A leading researcher said the drug's iffy legal status has held up further research. Hide Caption 7 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Bipolar disorder – A small study at Harvard found that marijuana seems to stabilize the brains of people who suffer from bipolar disorder. Some studies show the drug actually raises the risk of developing mental illness, but those findings are controversial. Hide Caption 8 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Between its outlaw image, controversial legal status and complex makeup -- the cannabis plant contains more than 400 individual chemicals -- marijuana's action in the brain and body is in many ways a mystery. The vast majority of studies on the drug have examined potential harm, as opposed to potential benefits. Even so, some medical uses are widely accepted and others are the subject of serious research. Here's a look at some potential uses of marijuana as medicine. Hide Caption 1 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Pain – In the United States, pain is the most common condition for which medical cannabis is taken. Studies show the drug is especially effective against neuropathic pain, a type of pain involving nerve damage. Marijuana is less habit-forming than opiate drugs and carries virtually no risk of a fatal overdose. Hide Caption 2 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Multiple sclerosis – Sativex, a pharmaceutical version of cannabis, is approved in 25 countries as a treatment for painful muscle spasms arising from multiple sclerosis. Hide Caption 3 of 8 Photos: 7 uses for medical marijuana Nausea – The munchies are no joke. Marijuana is sometimes prescribed to stop nausea or induce appetite in people who have trouble eating, including patients suffering from AIDS or going through chemotherapy for cancer. Hide Caption 4 of 8 Story highlightsAustralian Parliament passes a measure to legalize medical marijuana Lucy Haslam petitioned to legalize medical cannabis after her son used it to treat terminal cancer Recreational marijuana remains illegal (CNN)The Australian Parliament passed a measure Wednesday legalizing medical marijuana. The amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act will allow cannabis to be legally grown for medical and scientific purposes for the first time in Australia. "This is an historic day for Australia and the many advocates who have fought long and hard to challenge the stigma around medicinal cannabis products so genuine patients are no longer treated as criminals," Minister for Health Sussan Ley said in a statement. "This is the missing piece in a patient's treatment journey and will now see seamless access to locally-produced medicinal cannabis products from farm to pharmacy." The decision came exactly a year after 25-year-old Daniel Haslam lost his life to terminal bowel cancer. Haslam used medical marijuana to ease his pain and nausea before he died last February. 10 diseases where medical marijuana could have impact His mother, Lucy, started a medical cannabis advocacy group called United in Compassion and petitioned for the government to make it legal. Australian Sen. Richard Di Natale brought up Haslam's story before Parliament on Wednesday. "It is incredibly fitting that today we are passing this bill which is one step towards making medicinal cannabis accessible to people like Dan," Di Natale said. "Thank you to Lucy for everything you have done. Please know that your family's grief, pain and suffering has not been in vain and this is a legacy that Dan will leave here in Parliament." Other patients in Australia lauded the government for Wednesday's milestone. Australia resident Narelle Reimers wished she could have used medical marijuana when she was fighting cancer. "As a cancer survivor I could've used some medicinal marijuana at times to relieve the pain, anxiety, hopelessness feelings, sadness, worry, insomnia, etc," she wrote on Facebook. "Finally some common sense from our government." Join the conversation See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. Dr. Sanjay Gupta: It's time for a medical marijuana revolution While cannabis plants can now be legally grown in Australia, it was unclear when the plants would be ready for use by prescription-carrying patients. Regulations need to be put in place and production licenses would need to be applied for before production can begin, according to United in Compassion. The health minister reminded people that the changes would not affect recreational marijuana, which remains illegal. CNN's Zahra Ullah contributed to this story.
  11. Casto in een bos vol Northernlight!

    Hi Casto, leuk om te zien dat je weer een topic bij gaat houden! Ow enne, Australie gaat wiet legaliseren. Maak je dan wel je topic af als je gaat emigreren? En,. mag ik mee als je gaat,. Groeten!!
  12. Rariteitenkabinet

    Mocht het door dat gif gekomen zijn dat ze hormonaal een beetje in het warretje zijn. Dan heb je nu door selectie planten gemaakt die dat gif bevatten. Wordt doorgegeven op het nageslacht he. Wordt steeds minder maar ze blijven het houden. Maar wat een gedoe joh heej, als er echt iemand heeft zitten kutten hiermee dan zijn we onszelf lekker aan het vergiftigen. Zal de stof niet noemen om mensen op het idee te brengen maar het is de grootste rotzooi. Iets anders als bestrijdingsmiddelen, dit is op gen niveau. Hormoonrommel, bah! Btw, hoeveel zooi hebben we allemaal al niet binnen gehad door de koffieshop weed. GADVER!
  13. Jallelujah haze

    Gaat lekker hier zeg!! Hele struik is het al geworden. Rustig aan met de voeding anders gaat ze verbranden. Leuk om mee te kijken Ed, bedankt voor je topic!
  14. Welk nummertje luister je nu?

    Klap is in je handjes blij blij blij Op je blote bolletje allebei
  15. Jallelujah haze

    Mooi zeg. Ze ziet er steeds beter uit ook. Ga zo door!