Why followers of Jesus shouldn’t smoke pot: former addict

June 24, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — I want to share my own convictions as to why followers of Jesus should not smoke pot. I encourage you to consider them prayerfully before the Lord. First, for the sake of clarity and simplicity, I’m not addressing the issue of the medical use of marijuana, as prescribed by a … Continue reading Why followers of Jesus shouldn’t smoke pot: former addict

Lawmakers just said no to recreational marijuana in Montana

MICHAEL WOODEL michael.woodel@helenair.com Mar 28, 2019 Updated 1 hr ago A bill to legalize recreational marijuana use for Montanans 18 and older failed to advance Thursday from a state House committee. Rep. Tom Winter, D-Missoula, tried to assure the House Taxation committee that his House Bill 770 served as a reaction to, not a model of, mistakes made in … Continue reading Lawmakers just said no to recreational marijuana in Montana

Pharma Synthesized Marijuana Kills People

According to an article on Ouest France, recent testing by pharmaceutical testing company Biotrial left six people for dead. It wasn’t long after the event that the media began feeding the herd propaganda that “marijuana kills.” The only trouble with this is that it wasn’t marijuana that killed, rather, a synthetic version created in pharma’s labs. … Continue reading Pharma Synthesized Marijuana Kills People

Independent startup now mapping the marijuana genome to protect it from Monsanto

(NaturalNews) As the evidence supporting marijuana's healing properties continues to grow, the number of businesses getting involved with the commercialization of the plant also continues to expand. And despite the DEA's refusal to reschedule cannabis and relax federal laws surrounding marijuana, states continue to vote on and enforce their own laws surrounding the cannabis plant … Continue reading Independent startup now mapping the marijuana genome to protect it from Monsanto

Study: Deadly Motor Vehicle Crashes Involving Marijuana Tripled in Last Decade

Fatal car crashes that involved marijuana tripled in the past decade, a new study concludes. One in nine drivers involved in a fatal crash tests positive for marijuana, according to the Columbia University researchers. “If this trend continues, in five or six years non-alcohol drugs will overtake alcohol to become the most common substance involved … Continue reading Study: Deadly Motor Vehicle Crashes Involving Marijuana Tripled in Last Decade

Marijuana Overdoses Kill 37 in Colorado On First Day of Legalization

Colorado is reconsidering its decision to legalize recreational pot following the deaths of dozens due to marijuana overdoses. According to a report in the Rocky Mountain News, 37 people were killed across the state on Jan. 1, the first day the drug became legal for all adults to purchase. Several more are clinging onto life in local … Continue reading Marijuana Overdoses Kill 37 in Colorado On First Day of Legalization

Synthetic Marijuana Third-Most Abused Substance by High School Students

Synthetic marijuana was the third-most abused substance by U.S. high school students last year, behind alcohol and marijuana, according to the Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) at the University of Maryland, College Park. The report found 57 percent of high school students reported using alcohol, compared with 39 percent for marijuana and 12 percent … Continue reading Synthetic Marijuana Third-Most Abused Substance by High School Students