Jul 19, 2010
On the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast this week, the Dopefiend
talks about how a freedom of information request has exposed the
2006 government advice that once again recommends that drug law
reflect the level of harm caused by drugs, and admits the
contradiction of taxing and regulating alcohol and tobacco while
prohibiting drugs like cannabis. In this week's emails, we hear
from Floydhead about how limiting his use by taking up smoking
actually improved his health, Spliff Star goes undercover and
Marijuana Anonymous and reports back, and Alex asks about the
safety of light-bulb vaporizers. Heading into the VaporLounge, the
Dopefiend once again rails against the horrible Vapir range of
badly made, overpriced vaporizers, and talks about using cannabis
around children while toking some Maui Wowi vapour. Following a
musical interlude from Norway, the Dopefiend talks about tolerance
breaks and the science behind medical cannabis, before
Dopefiend.co.uk correspondent Christine heads over to last month's
Medical Cannabis Cup in California and talks to Steve from Vaporize
It about how to get the most out of your vaporizer, the incredibly
expensive Mini-Vap vaporizer, and his gleaming gold-plated Volcano.
In the Cannabis News this week: legalizing cannabis in California
could drive prices below $50 an ounce, 70% of Brits support
legalization and regulation, Oregon's medical marijuana program
opens its doors to out-of-state patients, the DEA raid San Diego
dispensaries, and a new study shows daily tokers show almost no
signs of impairment when high. Email email@example.com, send us a voicemail, and check
out the forum.
Download this episode here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/dopecast/Dopecast230.mp3
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Read the now released advice given to ministers in 2006 about the UK drug laws: http://www.drugequality.org/files/Review_of_Drugs_Classification_Consultation_Paper.pdf
The study on impairment of regular tokers is here: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20600251?dopt=Abstract
Playlist: Interrobang - Neon Kiss (feat. Garbo); Stefan Mallmann - Rock That Shit; Man Ray - Ways Of Making Music; Lord Kitchener - Trinidad Time; Trenton and Free Radical - Mr Mandela;The Shift - On This Side (Courtney Nielsen Beatless Dub) [feat. Bora Yoon]; Cereus - The First Trip Outside The Box; Mad Zach, R2 The Specialist - Big D; Blip Blip Bleep - Freak You Out; The Versionaries - Open Eyes; Sounds of Liberation - New Life; The Seven Fields of Aphelion - Mountain Mary; Larry Marotta - None
Podcast Image: Medicine Cabinet by Christine:"Love this one. Makes me smile when I open the cupboard." Submit your pics here: http://www.thegrowreport.com/Forums/showthread.php?t=13
"Neon Kiss (feat. Garbo)" (mp3)
from "Neon Kiss"
"Rock That Shit" (mp3)
from "The Best Of, Vol. 4"
(Night Drive Music)
"Ways Of Making Music" (mp3)
from "summer 88"
(Hacienda Records UK)
"Trinidad Time" (mp3)
from "Curfew Time"
Trenton and Free Radical
"Mr Mandela" (mp3)
from "Barefoot Hope / Mr Mandela"
(Black Mango Music - Afrolution)
"On This Side (Courtney Nielsen Beatless Dub) [feat. Bora Yoon]" (mp3)
from "On This Side Remixed"
(Blunted Funk Recordings)
Mad Zach, R2 The Specialist
"Big D" (mp3)
from "Wolf Spiders"
Blip Blip Bleep
"Freak You Out" (mp3)
from "Like Track Stars"
(Undercover Culture Music)
"Open Eyes" (mp3)
from "Open Eyes - EP"
Sounds of Liberation
"New Life" (mp3)
from "Sounds of Liberation"
The Seven Fields of Aphelion
"Mountain Mary" (mp3)
from "Silent Film Soundtracks, Vol. Three: The Hours"