Archive for August, 2011

Determine Percent THC CBD Grow Buddy™ vs Grow Buddy Pro™ !!SALE for September!! Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC CBD Cannabis Cannabinoids Test Kit !!SALE for September!!

August 31, 2011

Determine Percent THC CBD Grow Buddy vs Grow Buddy Pro

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#1 Collect/Select your samples for analysis.

Use the Grow Buddy Pro supplies to collect and categorize your samples. This can be hash oil, kief, or dried plant material.

#2 Assay your samples.

Use Grow Buddy Pro to quantify cannabinoids content in your samples. Know what percent THC, CBD your sample/s contain.

#3 Analyze the results!

Use Just TLC software, by Sweday, with the Grow Buddy Pro THC, CBD, CBN pre-loaded TLC plates to determine the percentage THC, CBD, CBN of your samples.

Grow Buddy™ is a thin layer chromatography (TLC) THC, CBD, CBN qualitative test kit. Grow Buddy™ is ONLY intended for qualitative assaying of cannabis flowers and whole plant isolates. In other words, qualitative equates to data ranging from greater than, equal to, or less than.

Grow Buddy Pro is also a TLC test kit, but Grow Buddy Pro is intended for QUANTITATIVE assaying of THC, CBD, CBN. Yes, this means Grow Buddy Pro can be used, DIY, to determine percentage THC, CBD, CBN at home for less than $10 per sample!

The difference between Grow Buddy™ vs Grow Buddy Pro is the TLC plates. Grow Buddy Pro has TLC plates pre-loaded with a known quantity of THC, CBD, CBN to help in the quantification of THC, CBD, CBN percentages.

Contents for Grow Buddy Pro THC CBD test kit:

4 THC CBD CBN Preloaded T.L..C plates for 4 samples per plate. BEST for THC CBD percent quantification!
1 Container of coloring dye powder
1 Bottle of test fluid
1 Developing container/jar
20 Small plastic reaction tubes
1 Reaction tube rack
10 Capillary tubes
1 Capillary tube extraction bulb
1 Glass pipette assembly – 1 microliter
1 Spray bottle
1 Pair protective gloves
1 User’s manual

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!!SALE for September!! Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD, Cannabis Cannabinoids Test Kit !!SALE for September!!

!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS!!!

If you have a qualifying medical condition, but cant afford the cost of MMJ registration, we may be able to help.

Wholesale prices are available for all of our products including a 90 day buy back guarantee. Please  feel free to contact us 24/7 with any questions.

Cell: 406-600-6871      

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Twitter: @MontanaBiotech

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For the month of September if you buy 1 Grow Buddy™ you will receive a second Grow Buddy for FREE!! Or, You can get 2 Grow Buddy‘s for the price of 1!!! Anyway you look at it, it’s a savings!!

Grow Buddy™ is a thin layer chromatography ( TLC ) kit that YOU can use, at home, to analyze your cannabis for THC, CBD and other cannabinoids and determine a less than, equal to, or greater than value based on an internal control ( known quantity of THC )! Say for instance, you have a cannabis sample and you do not know the THC content. Let us assume you have a control you know the given THC percent dry weight for.  If you ran your unknown sample against your known control you can get a pretty close assessment of the unknowns value.

In this capacity, Grow Buddy™ can be used to keep track of changes in THC content or CBD percent dry weight, harvest to harvest! Better yet, do you plan on increasing the CBD in a strain you have, the Grow Buddy will help ascertain differences you could miss the old fashion way of testing, pack and smoke, from cross to cross.  Here’s how the Grow Buddy can help a grower even further; find NOVEL cannabinoids in your cannabis not seen in others! THCV is a little understood cannabinoid that packs a PUNCH! CBC is a curious cannabinoid very few talk about, use the Grow Buddy to SEE if your cannabis is doing more than just getting you stoned!

KNOW if you have MEDICINE, KNOW whats in your MEDICINE! Grow Buddy™

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Montana Biotech Addresses the Competition:

What does this have to do with medical marijuana cannabinoid quantification? Well, it matters when comparing AlphaNova’s Cannalytics TLC cannabinoid test kit verses Montana Biotech’s Grow Buddy™ THC, CBD, CBN, cannabinoid analysis kit.

To make this as clear as I can, Cannalytics is sold by Alpha Nova as a QAUNTITATIVE marijuana cannabinoid analysis testing kit using thin layer chromatography. On the other hand, Montana Biotech markets its T.L.C. THC, CBD, CBN analysis test kit as QUALTITATIVE.

AlphaNova’s MARKETS its Cannalytics TLC cannabinoid test kit as a QUALITATIVE test kit. This is FALSE!!! Thin Layer Chromatography is NOT a QUANTITATIVE, but a QUALITATIVE method for determining relative cannabinoid LEVELS. To sell or market a TLC kit as anything more than a qualitative test is FALSE ADVERTISING!! It is a LIE!!

“…We are proud to be able to now offer the updated and improved Cannalytics mini lab…”

“..5. The laminated photocopy sheet for measuring THC%, has been replaced by two transparencies, to allow for more precise
comparisons…”

This is directly from their site, THC%, and is completely a FALSE statement!!!

Montana Biotech is proud to introduce an at home THC testing kit to the cannabis consuming public. Grow Buddy™ is a THC testing kit a person could use at home to analyze their own medical marijuana for the comparative presence of cannabinoids! Cannabis is a plant that has been used for thousands of years for its medicinal properties. Now you can test for those cannabinoids at home!


Grow Buddy™ is a T.L.C. based method for analyzing cannabis for the presence of THC, CBD, CBN that ANYONE can perform at home! The Test is quick and fun! if you have brewed beer, wine, if you consider your self a “good” cook, you can perform a T.L.C. test for THC, CBD, CBN.

If you are a patient, you now how hard it is to nail down exactly what strains are best for what, or how to even find the information you need to make those educated decisions. Find a variety/strain YOU like for YOUR condition, test it at home, if it is not already tested, and know what to look for in YOUR medication. Green Crack means very little to a patient who has not used cannabis in their adult lives, but Grow Buddy™ can help that patient know why they like Green Crack for what ails them.

Find/discover varieties or strains that have novel combinations of cannabinoids! Compare relative levels of THC, CBD, CBN, CBC in varieties or strains you know and trust!

Grow Buddy™ will provide an individual the opportunity to select amongst their strains “THE ONE” best suited for further analytical testing by a lab you know and trust. Keep the accuracy of the ever increasing number of potency analysis labs in check! Have an idea of what you have before you spend the TIME and MONEY to get it tested in a lab.

Grow Buddy™ is backed by a potency testing lab with experience in the field of cannabis quality testing. Montana Biotech’s Grow Buddy™ is intended for anyone ready to take their medicine to the next level!

Introduction: Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN, Thin Layer Chromatography, TLC , Test Kit

Step 1: Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN, Thin Layer Chromatography, TLC , Test Kit

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I received a comment on my blog recently mentioning the comparison of Alpha Nova’s Cannalytics™ cannabinoid thin layer chromatography testing system and Montana Biotech’s Grow Buddy™ T.L.C. test kit. Thin layer chromatography is a method for testing different compounds using a solvent and glass plates coated with silica gel and a dye for visualizing the results. The method is OLD, and nobody has the patent on it! According to the UNODC, T.L.C is not used for quantification, but THC,CBD, CBN, qualification. The thin layer chromatography method must be used with a standard to be quantitative in any capacity.

Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech

16-20 Tests $100 plus $3.50 S/H

Contents for the 16/20 test kit:

4 TLC plates for 4/5 samples per plate
1 Container of coloring dye powder
1 Bottle of test fluid
1 Developing container/jar
20 Small plastic reaction tubes
1 Reaction tube rack
10 Capillary tubes
1 Capillary tube extraction bulb
1 Glass pipette assembly – 1 microliter
1 Spray bottle
1 Pair protective gloves
1 User’s manual

PRICE PER SAMPLE TESTED:

$100 Kit + $3.50 S/H = $103.50

$103.50/ 16-20 Samples = $6.45 – $5.17

The Grow Buddy™ at home THC testing kit is just $100.00 plus $3.50 for shipping and handling in the U.S. Order yours today! Purchase TODAY, and get a 2nd Grow Buddy for FREE!

The Grow Buddy™ at home THC testing kit is just $100.00 plus $50.00 for International Orders, shipping and handling. Order yours today! Purchase TODAY, and get a 2nd Grow Buddy for FREE!

Cannabis Documentaries Cannabinoid Facts Marijuana Peer Reviewed Research Links

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Montana PBS Special Clearing the Smoke: The Science of Cannabis

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol CBD,  Cannabichromene CBC, Cannabigerol CBG, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol THC, Cannabinol CBN and Cannabis Marijuana Antioxidant Properties

Cannabis Marijuana and ANXIOLYTIC, Also Known as Antipanic or Antianxiety Agents, EFFECTS of CBD Cannabidiol for Treatment of Anxiety

APPETITE STIMULANT Medical Marijuana Cannabis and It’s Effects on Hunger the Munchies

ARTHRITIS Cannabis Marijuana and the Effects of Cannabinoids for Treatment

!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS (card holders)!!!

Contact us to be YOUR Provider/Marijuana Infused Products Provider (MIPP)

Call: 406-600-6871

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room, Help or consultation!

Cell: 406-600-6871

E-Mail: MontanaBiotech@gmail.com

Twitter: @MontanaBiotech

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joseph.lacerenza

Donate to Cannabis Research at Montana Biotech

Ending Cannabis Marijuana Prohibition A HISTORY OF JURY NULLIFICATION

August 29, 2011

Ending Cannabis Prohibition A HISTORY OF JURY NULLIFICATION

Fully Informed Jury Association:

“If a juror accepts as the law that which the judge states, then that juror has accepted the exercise of absolute authority of a government employee and has surrendered a power and right that once was the citizen’s safeguard of liberty.”
(1788) (2 Elliots Debates, 94, Bancroft, History of the Constitution, 267)

Jury nullification of law,” as it is sometimes called, is a traditional right that was rigorously defended by America’s Founding Fathers. Those great men, Patriots all, intended the jury to serve as a final safeguard – a test that laws must pass before gaining sufficient popular authority for enforcement. Thus the Constitution provides five separate tribunals with veto power – representatives, senate, executive, judges – and finally juries. Each enactment of law must pass all these hurdles before it gains the authority to punish those who may choose to violate it.

Thomas Jefferson said, “I consider trial by jury as the only anchor yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.”

From Magna Carta To Edward Bushell 

The power of the jury to judge the justice of the law and to hold laws invalid by a finding of “not guilty” for any law a juror felt was unjust or oppressive, dates back to the Magna Carta, in 1215. At the time of the Magna Carta, King John could pass any law any time he pleased. Judges and executive officers, appointed and removed at his whim, were little more than servants of the King. The oppression became so great that the nation rose up against the ruler, and the barons of England compelled their king to pledge that he would not punish a freeman for a violation of the law without the consent of his peers.

King John violently protested when the Magna Carta was shown to him, and with a solemn oath protested, that “he would never grant such liberties as would make himself a slave.” Afterwards, fearing seizure of his castle and the loss of his throne, he reluctantly signed the Magna Carta – thus placing the liberties of the people in their own safe-keeping. Echard’s History of England, p. 106-107 [Spooner])

The Magna Carta was a great step forward in the control of tyrannical leaders. But its sole means of enforcement, the jury, was often met with hostility. By 1664 English juries were routinely being fined for acquitting defendants. Such was the case in the 1670 political trial of William Penn, who was charged with preaching Quakerism to an unlawful assembly. Four of the twelve jurors voted to acquit – and continued to acquit even after being imprisoned and starved for four days. Under such duress, most jurors paid the fines. However, one juror, Edward Bushell, refused to pay and brought his case before the Court of Common Pleas. As a result, Chief Justice Vaughan issued an historically-important ruling: that jurors could not be punished for their verdicts. Bushell‘s Case (1670) was one of the most important developments in the common-law history of the jury.

Jurors continued to exercise their power of nullification in 18th-century England in the trials of defendants charged with sedition, and in mitigating death-penalty cases. In the American Colonies, jurors refused to enforce forfeitures under the English Navigation Acts. The Colonial jurors’ veto power prompted England to extend the jurisdiction of the non-jury admiralty courts in America beyond their ancient limits of sea-going vessels. Depriving “the defendant of the right to be tried by a jury which was almost certain not to convict him [became] . . . the most effective, and therefore most disliked” of all the methods used to enforce the acts of trade. (Holdsworth, A History of English Law (1938) XI, 110)

 John Hancock, “the wealthy Massachusetts patriot and smuggler who as President of the Continental Congress affixed his familiar bold signature to the Declaration of Independence” was prosecuted via this admiralty jurisdiction in 1768 and fined £9,000 – triple the value of the goods aboard his sloop “Liberty” which had been previously forfeited. (U.S. v One 1976 Mercedes Benz 280S 618 F2d 453 [1980])

John Adams eloquently argued the case, chastising Parliament for depriving Americans of their right to trial by jury. Adams later said of the juror, “it is not only his right, but his duty – to find the verdict according to his own best understanding, judgment, and conscience, though in direct opposition to the direction of the court.” (Yale Law Journal, 1964:173)

Earlier in America, jury nullification decided the celebrated seditious libel trial of John Peter Zenger. (Zenger’s Case, 1735) His newspaper had openly criticized the royal governor of New York. The current law made it a crime to publish any statement (true or false) criticizing public officials, laws or the government in general. The jury was only to decide if the material in question had been published; the judge was to decide if the material was in violation of the statute.

Zenger’s defense asked the jury to make use of their own consciences and, even though the judge ruled that the truth was no defense, they acquitted him. The jury‘s nullification in this case is praised in history textbooks as a hallmark of freedom of the press in the United States.

At the time of the American Revolution, the jury was known to have the power to be the judge of both law and fact. In a case involving the civil forfeiture of private property by the state of Georgia, first Supreme Court Justice John Jay, instructed jurors that the jury has “a right to determine the law as well as the fact in controversy.” (Georgia vs. Brailsford, 1794:4)

The Fugitive Slave Law Jury Nullification

Until the middle of the 1800s, federal and state judges often instructed the juries they had the right to disregard the court’s view of the law. (Barkan, citing 52 Harvard Law Review, 682-616) Then, when northern jurors began to refuse to convict abolitionists who had violated the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law, judges began questioning jurors to find out if they were prejudiced against the government’s position and dismissed any who were. In 1852 Lysander Spooner, a Massachusetts lawyer and champion of individual liberties, complained “that courts have repeatedly questioned jurors to ascertain whether they were prejudiced against the government. … The reason of this … was that ‘the Fugitive Slave Law, so called’ was so obnoxious to a large portion of the people, as to render a conviction under it hopeless (if the jurors were taken indiscriminately from among the people).” Modern treatments of abolitionism praise these jury nullification verdicts for the role they played in helping the anti-slavery cause – rather than condemning them for “undermining” the rule of law and the uniformity of justice.

Labor Versus Big Business

In 1895, the Supreme Court, under pressure from large corporations, rendered in a bitter split decision that courts no longer had to inform juries they had the power to veto an unjust law. The giant corporations had lost numerous trials against labor leaders trying to organize unions. Striking was against the law at that time. “Juries also ruled against corporations in damage suits and other cases, prompting influential members of the American Bar Association to fear that jurors were becoming too hostile to their clients and too sympathetic to the poor. As the American Law Review wrote in 1892, jurors had ‘developed agrarian tendencies of an alarming character.’…” (Barkan, Jury Nullification in Political Trials, 1983)[emphasis added]

Prohibition

Despite the courts refusal to inform jurors of their historical veto power, jury nullification in liquor-law trials was a major contributing factor in ending alcohol prohibition. (Today in Kentucky, jurors often refuse to convict under the marijuanaprohibition laws).

As time went on fewer incidences of jury-veto actions occurred as the courts began concealing jurors’ rights from American citizens and falsely instructing them that they may consider only the facts as admitted by the court. Researchers in 1966 found that jury nullification occurred only 8.8 percent of the time between 1954 and 1958, and suggested that “one reason why the jury exercises its very real power [to nullify] so sparingly is because it is officially told it has none.” (California’s charge to the jury in criminal cases is typical: “It becomes my duty as judge to instruct you concerning the law applicable to this case, and it is your duty as jurors to follow the law as I shall state it to you . . . You are to be governed solely by the evidence introduced in this trial as the law as stated to you by me.”) Today, no officer of the court is allowed to tell the jury of their veto power.

The Vietnam War

Counsels for Vietnam War protest defendants tried to introduce moral and political arguments on the war to gain jury sympathy. Most often the jury was given instructions such as “You must apply the law that I lay down.” (Conspiracy trial of Benjamin Spock et al., 1969) Jurors receiving such instructions usually convicted, while feeling the pang of conscience expressed by the typical responses from Spock trial jurors: “I had great difficulty sleeping that night – I detest the Vietnam War. … But it was so clearly put by the judge.” And “I’m convinced the Vietnam War is no good. But we’ve got a Constitution to uphold. … Technically speaking, they were guilty according to the judge’s charge.” But in the few anti-Vietnam war trials where juries were allowed to hear of their power, they acquitted.

Jury acquittals in the colonial, abolitionist and post-Civil War eras helped advance political activist causes and restrained government efforts at social control. Legal scholar Steven Barkan suggests that the refusal of judges during the Vietnam War to inform juries of their power to disregard the law frustrated the anti-war goals.

 As Lysander Spooner pointed out regarding the questioning of jurors to eliminate those who would bring in a verdict according to conscience (a practice effectively accomplished today through the juror‘s oaths and voir dire) “The only principle upon which these questions are asked, is this – that no man shall be allowed to serve as juror unless he be ready to enforce any enactment of the government, however cruel or tyrannical it may be. … A jury like that is palpably nothing but a mere tool of oppression in the hands of the government.”

Those whose interests lie in maintaining government control of social behavior may argue that the Constitution provides the necessary protection of liberties. But legislative bodies will always confirm the constitutionality of their own acts. And the oaths sworn to uphold the Constitution by judges and public servants have historically been only as good as the power to enforce such oaths. Nor are free elections adequate to prevent tyranny without jury veto power, because elections come only periodically and give no guarantee of repealing the damage done. Additionally, the second body of legislators are likely to be as bad as the first, since they are exposed to the same temptations and use the same tactics to gain office.

Protecting Minorities From The Majority

Further, the jury‘s veto power protects minorities from “the body of the people, operating by the majority against the minority.” (James Madison, June 8, 1789) Twelve people taken randomly from the population will represent both friends and opponents of the party in power. With fully-informed juries, the government cannot exercise its powers over the people without the consent of the people. Trial by jury is trial by the people. When juries are not allowed to judge law, it becomes trial by the government. “In short, if the jury have no right to judge of the justice of a law of the government, they plainly can do nothing to protect the people against the oppressions of government; for there are no oppressions which the government may not authorize by law.” (Lysander Spooner,”Jury Power” by L. & J. Osburn)

For more information on
The Fully Informed Jury Association contact:

FIJA, P.O. Box 5570, Helena, MT 59604
Tel: (406) 442-7800. Web site: www.fija.org

This pamphlet was revised June 2001. It is part of ISIL‘s educational pamphlet series. Click here for the full index of pamphlets online.

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Cannabis Documentaries Cannabinoid Facts Marijuana Peer Reviewed Research Links

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Montana PBS Special Clearing the Smoke: The Science of Cannabis

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol CBD,  Cannabichromene CBC, Cannabigerol CBG, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol THC, Cannabinol CBN and Cannabis Marijuana Antioxidant Properties

Cannabis Marijuana and ANXIOLYTIC, Also Known as Antipanic or Antianxiety Agents, EFFECTS of CBD Cannabidiol for Treatment of Anxiety

APPETITE STIMULANT Medical Marijuana Cannabis and It’s Effects on Hunger the Munchies

ARTHRITIS Cannabis Marijuana and the Effects of Cannabinoids for Treatment

!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS (card holders)!!!

Contact us to be YOUR Provider/Marijuana Infused Products Provider (MIPP)

Call: 406-600-6871

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room, Help or consultation!

Cell: 406-600-6871

E-Mail: MontanaBiotech@gmail.com

Twitter: @MontanaBiotech

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joseph.lacerenza

Donate to Cannabis Research at Montana Biotech

Cannabis Documentaries Cannabinoid Facts Marijuana Peer Reviewed Research Links

August 29, 2011

Cannabis Documentaries Cannabinoid Facts Marijuana Peer Reviewed Research Links


!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS!!!

If you have a qualifying medical condition, but cant afford the cost of MMJ registration, we may be able to help.

Wholesale prices are available for all of our products including a 90 day buy back guarantee. Please  feel free to contact us 24/7 with any questions.

Cell: 406-600-6871      

E-Mail: MontanaBiotech@gmail.com

Twitter: @MontanaBiotech

Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/joseph.lacerenza

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Montana PBS Special Clearing the Smoke: The Science of Cannabis

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol CBD,  Cannabichromene CBC, Cannabigerol CBG, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol THC, Cannabinol CBN and Cannabis Marijuana Antioxidant Properties

Cannabis Marijuana and ANXIOLYTIC, Also Known as Antipanic or Antianxiety Agents, EFFECTS of CBD Cannabidiol for Treatment of Anxiety

APPETITE STIMULANT Medical Marijuana Cannabis and It’s Effects on Hunger the Munchies

ARTHRITIS Cannabis Marijuana and the Effects of Cannabinoids for Treatment

!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS (card holders)!!!

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Hemp History Documentary, Food, Fuel, Pharmaceuticals, and Fiber, Cannabis Marijuana SUPER PLANT! Brought to you by Montana Biotech, Cannabis Potency and Genetic Analysis Specialists

August 29, 2011

Hemp History Documentary, Food, Fuel, Pharmaceuticals, and Fiber, Cannabis Marijuana SUPER PLANT! Brought to you by Montana Biotech, Cannabis Potency and Genetic Analysis Specialists

Montana Biotech, Cannabis Potency and Genetic Analysis Specialists

Montana Biotech’s Romulan Medical Cannabis

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room Help or consultation!

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What Can Montanan Biotech, A Cannabis Marijuana Genetic Screening, Potency Analysis Laboratory Do for YOU?

August 29, 2011

What Can Montanan Biotech, A Cannabis Marijuana Genetic Screening, Potency Analysis Laboratory Do for YOU?

!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS!!!

If you have a qualifying medical condition, but cant afford the cost of MMJ registration, we may be able to help.

Wholesale prices are available for all of our products including a 90 day buy back guarantee. Please  feel free to contact us 24/7 with any questions.

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Medical Marijuana has come a long way! Today, there are strains and varieties that vary in their inherent cannabinoid profiles. There are still Federal penalties for too many cannabis plants, cannabis still being a schedule I drug according to the DEA . There is also a desire to market cannabis do to it’s potency analysis, a given THC, CBD, CBN profile for a given ailment. Genetic screening for males vs females, or providing a unique genetic fingerprint gives a grower the ability to know their genetics, Indica vs Sativa or Blueberry vs AK-47, as well as, know the sex of the seedling 1 week after the cannabis seed sprouts!

Potency Analysis Testing Learn More!

Botanical Diagnostic Analysis can be used for:

-Perfecting the curing of botanical flowers.

-Switching to a new technique of growing. Soil vs hydro etc.

-Helping to determine harvest times for different varieties/cultivars / strains.

-Self analyzing botanical varieties/cultivars / strains for therapeutic effect.

Analyzing botanical varieties/cultivars /strains for breeding or results from crosses.

Certification is for:

-Assuring a caregivers’ patient/s that they are providing a quality botanical product.

-Transfers to other caregivers. Assure them the medicine is of top quality.

-Releasing a new variety/cultivar / strain to other caregivers.

-Patients to better determine the therapeutic effects of certified strains on THEIR condition.

-Helping to legitimize a controversial industry.

Genetic Screening Learn More!

Montana Biotech is proud to introduce the Plant DNA Collection Kit™. This kit has many functions! The small time patient, to the large scale farmer can gain from this kit / service!

In today’s environment of high competition in the medical marijuana industry, a way to distinguish what you have from your competitors is essential! This kit can be used to create a unique genetic profile of your hybrid! This PCR, gel electrophoresis based test can provide you a “picture” of YOUR plants genetic make-up!

Plant DNA Collection Kit™

Grow Buddy™, Test for THC, CBD, CBN at Home Learn More!

Grow Buddy™ thin layer chromatography cannabinoid test kit was developed as a qualitative analysis method for determining the presence or absence of cannabinoids in cannabis / medical marijuana. T.L.C. allows for rapid visualization of differences and similarities in cannabinoid fingerprints! There are other methods for quantitative analysis of cannabinoids that are scientifically recognized as being able to determine the percent per volume THC reproducibly. T.L.C. is not recognized as a reproducible methodology for THC, or any cannabinoid percent per volume quantification.

Montana Biotech™ does offer a THC, CBD standard that has a defined quantity of THC, CBD that can be used as an internal standard/control for each successive T.L.C. run. By using a known volume of THC, CBD during a cannabis / medical marijuana T.L.C. run, a more robust picture of the qualitative differences between the cannabis samples cannabinoid profiles can be analyzed.

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!!!Montana Biotech is NOW ACCEPTING PATIENTS (card holders)!!!

Contact us to be YOUR Provider/Marijuana Infused Products Provider (MIPP) Medical Marijuana Cannabis Senate Bill 423
Compliant

Call: 406-600-6871

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol CBD,  Cannabichromene CBC, Cannabigerol CBG, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol THC, Cannabinol CBN and Cannabis Marijuana Antioxidant Properties

Cannabis Marijuana and ANXIOLYTIC, Also Known as Antipanic or Antianxiety Agents, EFFECTS of CBD Cannabidiol for Treatment of Anxiety

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room, Help or a consultation!

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Peer Reviewed Research Cannabis Marijuana and Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabichromene (CBC), Cannabigerol (CBG), Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Cannabinol (CBN)

August 18, 2011

Peer Reviewed Research Cannabis Marijuana and Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol (CBD),  Cannabichromene (CBC), Cannabigerol (CBG), Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Cannabinol (CBN)

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room Help or consultation!

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Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol, Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

August 18, 2011

Medical Cannabis Marijuana and ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

 

Antibacterial Cannabinoids from Cannabis sativa
ACS Publications – Cookie absent

Killing bacteria with cannabis
Killing bacteria with cannabis – Ars Technica

Chemicals in Marijuana May Fight MRSA
Marijuana Ingredients May Fight MRSA

Cannabis Compounds Reduce Multi-Drug Resistant Infections
Cannabis Compounds Reduce Multi-Drug Resistant Infections

Biologically Active Cannabinoids from High-Potency Cannabis sativa.
Unbound MEDLINE | Biologically Active Cannabinoids from High-Potency Cannabis sativa. Journal article

Antibacterial Cannabinoids from Cannabis sativa: A Structure−Activity Study

http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np8002673

Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) has long been known to contain antibacterial cannabinoids, whose potential to address antibiotic resistance has not yet been investigated. All five major cannabinoids (cannabidiol (1b), cannabichromene (2), cannabigerol (3b), Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (4b), and cannabinol (5)) showed potent activity against a variety of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) strains of current clinical relevance. Activity was remarkably tolerant to the nature of the prenyl moiety, to its relative position compared to the n-pentyl moiety (abnormal cannabinoids), and to carboxylation of the resorcinyl moiety (pre-cannabinoids). Conversely, methylation and acetylation of the phenolic hydroxyls, esterification of the carboxylic group of pre-cannabinoids, and introduction of a second prenyl moiety were all detrimental for antibacterial activity. Taken together, these observations suggest that the prenyl moiety of cannabinoids serves mainly as a modulator of lipid affinity for the olivetol core, a per se poorly active antibacterial pharmacophore, while their high potency definitely suggests a specific, but yet elusive, mechanism of activity.

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

A Little Ed History and Education! Wiki Style!

Call Montana Biotech today for more information on setting up a Grow Room Help or consultation!

Cell: 406-600-6871

E-Mail: MontanaBiotech@gmail.com

Twitter: @MontanaBiotech

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joseph.lacerenza

Donate to Cannabis Research at Montana Biotech

Cannabis Marijuana Use, Alzheimer’s Disease, Prevention, Efficacy, Treatment, Cannabinoids Help Decline in Symptoms

August 18, 2011

Cannabis Marijuana Use, Alzheimer’s Disease, Prevention, Efficacy, Treatment, Cannabinoids Help Decline in Symptoms

ALZHEIMER’S Peer reviewed Research:

MARIJUANA SLOWS ALZHEIMER’S DECLINE
Europe: Study: Marijuana Slows Alzheimer’s Decline

Marijuana may block Alzheimer’s
BBC NEWS | Health | Marijuana may block Alzheimer’s

Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology by Cannabinoids
Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology by Cannabinoids: Neuroprotection Mediated by Blockade of Microglial Activation — Ramírez et al. 25 (8): 1904 — Journal of Neuroscience

Marijuana’s Active Ingredient Shown to Inhibit Primary Marker of Alzheimer’s Disease
AAMC: Marijuana’s Active Ingredient Shown to Inhibit Primary Marker of Alzheimer’s Disease

Safety and efficacy of Dronabinol in the treatment of agitation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease with anorexia
Clinical Studies and Case Reports

Open-label study of Dronabinol in the treatment of refractory agitation in Alzheimer’s disease
Clinical Studies and Case Reports

Effects of dronabinol on anorexia and disturbed behavior in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Clinical Studies and Case Reports

Cannabinoids reduce the progression of Alzheimer’s disease in animals
IACM-Bulletin

Molecular Link between the Active Component of Marijuana and Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology
Unbound MEDLINE | A Molecular Link between the Active Component of Marijuana and Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology. Journal article

THC inhibits primary marker of Alzheimer’s disease
IACM-Bulletin

Cannabinoid receptor stimulation is anti-inflammatory and improves memory in old rats
Cannabinoid receptor stimulation is anti-inflammat…[Neurobiol Aging. 2008] – PubMed Result

Alzheimer’s disease; taking the edge off with cannabinoids?
Alzheimer’s disease; taking the edge off with cannabinoids?

US Patent 6630507 – Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants
Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants – US Patent 6630507 Abstract

Cannabidiol in vivo blunts β-amyloid induced neuroinflammation by suppressing IL-1β and iNOS expression
Cannabidiol in vivo blunts β-amyloid induced neuroinflammation by suppressing IL-1β and iNOS expression

Inflammation and aging: can endocannabinoids help?
Inflammation and aging: can endocannabinoids help?

Anti-inflammatory property of the cannabinoid agonist WIN-55212-2 in a rodent model of chronic brain inflammation
Anti-inflammatory property of the cannabinoid agonist WIN-55212-2 in a rodent model of chronic brain inflammation

Marijuana reduces memory impairment
Aging – Marijuana reduces memory impairment

Alzheimer’s Disease

Senile dementia – Alzheimer’s type (SDAT); SDAT

Last reviewed: October 4, 2010.

Dementia is a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. Alzheimer’s disease (AD), is one form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time. It affects memory, thinking, and behavior.

Memory impairment, as well as problems with language, decision-making ability, judgment, and personality, are necessary features for the diagnosis.

Causes, incidence, and risk factors

Age and family history are risk factors for AD.

  • As you get older, your risk of developing AD goes up. However, developing Alzheimer’s disease is not a part of normal aging.
  • Having a close blood relative, such as a brother, sister, or parent who developed AD increases your risk.
  • Having certain combination of genes for proteins that appear to be abnormal in Alzheimer’s disease also increases your risk.

Other risk factors that are not as well proven include:

  • Longstanding high blood pressure
  • History of head trauma
  • Female gender

There are two types of AD — early onset and late onset.

  • In early onset AD, symptoms first appear before age 60. Early onset AD is much less common than late onset. However, it tends to progress rapidly. Early onset disease can run in families. Several genes have been identified.
  • Late onset AD, the most common form of the disease, develops in people age 60 and older. Late onset AD may run in some families, but the role of genes is less clear.

The cause of AD is not entirely known, but is thought to include both genetic and environmental factors. A diagnosis of AD is made when certain symptoms are present, and by making sure other causes of dementia are not present.

The only way to know for certain that someone has AD is to examine a sample of their brain tissue after death. The following changes are more common in the brain tissue of people with AD:

  • “Neurofibrillary tangles” (twisted fragments of protein within nerve cells that clog up the cell)
  • “Neuritic plaques” (abnormal clusters of dead and dying nerve cells, other brain cells, and protein)
  • “Senile plaques” (areas where products of dying nerve cells have accumulated around protein).

When nerve cells (neurons) are destroyed, there is a decrease in the chemicals that help nerve cells send messages to one another (called neurotransmitters). As a result, areas of the brain that normally work together become disconnected.

The buildup of aluminum, lead, mercury, and other substances in the brain is no longer believed to be a cause of AD.

Symptoms

Dementia symptoms include difficulty with many areas of mental function, including:

  • Language
  • Memory
  • Perception
  • Emotional behavior or personality
  • Cognitive skills (such as calculation, abstract thinking, or judgment)

Dementia usually first appears as forgetfulness.

Mild cognitive impairment is the stage between normal forgetfulness due to aging, and the development of AD. People with MCI have mild problems with thinking and memory that do not interfere with everyday activities. They are often aware of the forgetfulness. Not everyone with MCI develops AD.

Symptoms of MCI include:

  • Forgetting recent events or conversations
  • Difficulty performing more than one task at a time
  • Difficulty solving problems
  • Taking longer to perform more difficult activities

The early symptoms of AD can include:

  • Language problems, such as trouble finding the name of familiar objects
  • Misplacing items
  • Getting lost on familiar routes
  • Personality changes and loss of social skills
  • Losing interest in things previously enjoyed, flat mood
  • Difficulty performing tasks that take some thought, but used to come easily, such as balancing a checkbook, playing complex games (such as bridge), and learning new information or routines

As the AD becomes worse, symptoms are more obvious and interfere with your ability to take care of yourself. Symptoms can include:

  • Forgetting details about current events
  • Forgetting events in your own life history, losing awareness of who you are
  • Change in sleep patterns, often waking up at night
  • Difficulty reading or writing
  • Poor judgment and loss of ability to recognize danger
  • Using the wrong word, mispronouncing words, speaking in confusing sentences
  • Withdrawing from social contact
  • Having hallucinations, arguments, striking out, and violent behavior
  • Having delusions, depression, agitation
  • Difficulty doing basic tasks, such as preparing meals, choosing proper clothing, and driving

People with severe AD can no longer:

  • Understand language
  • Recognize family members
  • Perform basic activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing, and bathing

Other symptoms that may occur with AD:

Signs and tests

AD can often be diagnosed through a history and physical exam by a skilled doctor or nurse. A health care provider will take a history, do a physical exam (including a neurological exam), and perform a mental status examination.

Tests may be ordered to help determine whether other medical problems could be causing dementia or making it worse. These conditions include:

Computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain may be done to look for other causes of dementia, such as a brain tumor or stroke.

  • In the early stages of dementia, brain image scans may be normal. In later stages, an MRI may show a decrease in the size of different areas of the brain.
  • While the scans do not confirm the diagnosis of AD, they do exclude other causes of dementia (such as stroke and tumor).

Treatment

Unfortunately, there is no cure for AD. The goals in treating AD are to:

  • Slow the progression of the disease (although this is difficult to do)
  • Manage behavior problems, confusion, sleep problems, and agitation
  • Modify the home environment
  • Support family members and other caregivers

DRUG TREATMENT

Most drugs used to treat Alzheimer’s are aimed at slowing the rate at which symptoms become worse. The benefit from these drugs is often small, and patients and their families may not always notice much of a change.

Patients and caregivers should ask their doctors the following questions about whether and when to use these drugs:

  • What are the potential side effects of the medicine and are they worth the risk, given that there will likely be only a small change in behavior or function?
  • When is the best time, if any, to use these drugs in the course of Alzheimer’s disease?

Two types of medicine are available:

  • Donepezil (Aricept), rivastigmine (Exelon), and galantamine (Razadyne, formerly called Reminyl) affect the level of a chemical in the brain called acetylcholine. Side effects include indigestion, diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, muscle cramps, and fatigue.
  • Memantine (Namenda) is another type of drug approved for treating AD. Possible side effects include agitation or anxiety.

Other medicines may be needed to control aggressive, agitated, or dangerous behaviors. These are usually given in very low doses.

It may be necessary to stop any medications that make confusion worse. Such medicines may include painkillers, cimetidine, central nervous system depressants, antihistamines, sleeping pills, and others. Never change or stop taking any medicines without first talking to your doctor.

SUPPLEMENTS

Many people take folate (vitamin B9), vitamin B12, and vitamin E. However, there is no strong evidence that taking these vitamins prevents AD or slows the disease once it occurs.

Some people believe that the herb ginkgo biloba prevents or slows the development of dementia. However, high-quality studies have failed to show that this herb lowers the chance of developing dementia. DO NOT use ginkgo if you take blood-thinning medications like warfarin (Coumadin) or a class of antidepressants called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs).

If you are considering any drugs or supplements, you should talk to your doctor first. Remember that herbs and supplements available over the counter are NOT regulated by the FDA.

Peer Reviewed Research:

ADD /ADHD, Medical Marijuana and its potential Treatment.

Addiction Risk-Physical of using Medical Marijuana.

Alcoholism and Medical Marijuana.

ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease Medical Cannabis Therapy

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Alzheimer’s Disease Progression Prevention Cannabinoids

ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES of Cannabinoids, Cannabidiol,  Cannabichromene, Cannabigerol, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol, Cannabinol

Cannabis TV Documentaries:

Hemp for Victory

Reefer Madness

The BEST Cannabis / Marijuana Propaganda Films / Movies of ALL TIME!

Marijuana: A Chronic History Presented by the History Channel

NGC’s Drugs Inc.: Marijuana

NGC’s Marijuana Nation

PBS’ Botany of Desire

CNBC’s Marijuana Inc.

TEA Party Eat your Heart Out!! The Bundy’s Were Here 1st!!

Links:

Peer Reviewed Research

MMJ Clinics / Doctors Recommendations

MMJ Dispensaries/Caregivers: Find Them Here

MMJ Strains / Varieties: Find Them Here Potency Tested

Ed Rosenthal Runs For President in 2012? Stephen’s Colbert SuperPac Funding?

Fastest way to determine cannabis seedling sex!

Grow Buddy Thin Layer Chromatography THC, CBD test kit

Grow Buddy Instructional Video

Grow Buddy Replacement T.L.C. Supplies

Plant DNA Collection Kit

Montana Biotech Products and Services

Cannabinoid Facts

Specialist Want Regulations / Oversight of Medical Marijuana Analysis Labs, Montana Biotech Embraces Open Dialog

Cannalytics™ Cannabinoid Fingerprinting Test by Alpha Nova vs Grow Buddy™ at Home THC, CBD, CBN Test Kit by Montana Biotech Comparing Two Competing Thin Layer Chromatography T.L.C Methods

QUALTITATIVE vs. QAUNTITATIVE Analysis of Cannabis THC, CBD, CBN Cannabinoid Levels

Ed Rosenthal and the Party-Party’s Platform for America 2012!

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Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

August 18, 2011

Cannabis Marijuana Use and AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME

Amotivational Syndrome
Lycaeum > Leda > Amotivational Syndrome

Debunking ‘Amotivational Syndrome
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Debunking the Amotivational Syndrome
Marijuana Research: Debunking the Amotivational Syndrome

Cannabis Use Not Linked To So-Called “Amotivational Syndrome
Cannabis Use Not Linked To So-Called “Amotivational Syndrome” – NORML

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amotivational_syndrome

Amotivational syndrome is a psychological condition associated with diminished inspiration to participate in social situations and activities, with lapses in apathy caused by an external event, situation, substance (or lack of), relationship, or other cause.

While some have claimed that chronic use of cannabis causes amotivational syndrome in some users, empirical studies suggest that there is no such thing as “amotivational syndrome“, per se, but that chronic cannabis intoxication can lead to apathy and amotivation. From a World Health Organization report:

The evidence for an “amotivational syndrome” among adults consists largely of case histories and observational reports (e.g. Kolansky and Moore, 1971; Millman and Sbriglio, 1986). The small number of controlled field and laboratory studies have not found compelling evidence for such a syndrome (Dornbush, 1974; Negrete, 1983; Hollister, 1986)… (I)t is doubtful that cannabis use produces a well defined amotivational syndrome. It may be more parsimonious to regard the symptoms of impaired motivation as symptoms of chronic cannabis intoxication rather than inventing a new psychiatric syndrome. [1]

A study done by researchers Barnwell, Earleywine and Wilcox[1] on a sample of undergraduates also suggests that cannabis use does not cause an amotivational syndrome. The e-mail survey showed no significant difference in motivation (as measured on the Apathy Evaluation Scale[2]) between cannabis users and cannabis abstainers.

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Cannabis Medical Marijuana and ALS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Lou Gehrig’s disease Symptoms Onset, Disease Management, and Potential Treatment

August 18, 2011

Cannabis Medical Marijuana and ALS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Lou Gehrig’s disease Symptoms Onset, Disease Management, and Potential Treatment

ALS and Medical Marijuana

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PubMed Health

 

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Lou Gehrig’s disease; ALS; Upper and lower motor neuron disease; Motor neuron disease

Last reviewed: August 27, 2010.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement.

ALS is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

 

Causes, incidence, and risk factors

In about 10% of cases, ALS is caused by a genetic defect. In the remaining cases, the cause is unknown.

In ALS, nerve cells (neurons) waste away or die, and can no longer send messages to muscles. This eventually leads to muscle weakening, twitching, and an inability to move the arms, legs, and body. The condition slowly gets worse. When the muscles in the chest area stop working, it becomes hard or impossible to breathe on one’s own.

ALS affects approximately 5 out of every 100,000 people worldwide.

There are no known risk factors, except for having a family member who has a hereditary form of the disease.

 

Symptoms

Symptoms usually do not develop until after age 50, but they can start in younger people. Persons with ALS have a loss of muscle strength and coordination that eventually gets worse and makes it impossible to do routine tasks such as going up steps, getting out of a chair, or swallowing.

Breathing or swallowing muscles may be the first muscles affected. As the disease gets worse, more muscle groups develop problems.

ALS does not affect the senses (sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch). It only rarely affects bladder or bowel function, or a person’s ability to think or reason.

Symptoms include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Difficulty swallowing
    • Choking easily
    • Drooling
    • Gagging
  • Head drop due to weakness of the neck muscles
  • Muscle cramps
  • Muscle contractions called fasciculations
  • Muscle weakness that slowly gets worse
    • Commonly involves one part of the body first, such as the arm or hand
    • Eventually leads to difficulty lifting, climbing stairs, and walking
  • Paralysis
  • Speech problems, such as a slow or abnormal speech pattern (slurring of words)
  • Voice changes, hoarseness
  • Weight loss

Signs and tests

The health care provider will take a medical history, which includes strength and endurance.

A physical examination of strength shows weakness, often beginning in one area. There may be muscle tremors, spasms, twitching, or loss of muscle tissue (atrophy). Atrophy and twitching of the tongue are common.

The person’s walk may be stiff or clumsy. Reflexes are abnormal. There are increased reflexes at the joints, but there may be a loss of the gag reflex. Some patients have trouble controlling crying or laughing. This is sometimes called “emotional incontinence.”

Tests that may be done include:

  • Blood tests to rule out other conditions
  • Breathing test to see if lung muscles are affected
  • Cervical spine CT or MRI to be sure there is no disease or injury to the neck, which can mimic ALS
  • Electromyography to see which nerves do not work properly
  • Genetic testing, if there is a family history of ALS
  • Head CT or MRI to rule out other conditions
  • Nerve conduction studies
  • Swallowing studies
  • Spinal tap (lumbar puncture)

Treatment

There is no known cure for ALS. The first drug treatment for the disease is a medicine called riluzole. Riluzole slows the disease progression and prolongs life.

Treatments to control symptoms are also helpful:

Physical therapy, rehabilitation, use of braces or a wheelchair, or other orthopedic measures may be needed to maximize muscle function and general health.

Choking is common. Patients may decide to have a tube placed into their stomach for feeding. This is called a gastrostomy.

A nutritionist is very important. Patients with ALS tend to lose weight. The illness itself increases the need for food and calories. At the same time, problems with swallowing make it hard to eat enough.

Breathing devices include machines that are used only at night, and constant mechanical ventilation.

Patients should discuss their wishes regarding artificial ventilation with their families and doctors.

More Information on ALS, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amyotrophic_lateral_sclerosis

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