Group wall post by Marc-andré Benoit

avril 17th, 2015 par Groupe Facebook
Ont se croiraient fans un film de science fiction
Pour ceux qui veulent vraiment savoir de quoi il s'agit (parce que des noms comme Flakka veulent rien dire)

C'est du alpha-PVP (alpha-pyrrolidinovalerophenone)

Même famille que la Cathinone et Methcathinone (bath salts)
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Une attention à la dose et aux combinaisons (mixage) est d'une importance capitale si on choisit de consommer ces substances !!!

"α-PVP has been reported to be the cause or a significant contributory cause of death in suicides and polydrug overdoses.[4][5] α-PVP has also been linked to at least one death where it was combined with pentedrone and caused heart failure.[6]"

Source: Sykutera, M.; Cychowska, M.; Bloch-Boguslawska, E. (2015). "A Fatal Case of Pentedrone and -Pyrrolidinovalerophenone Poisoning". Journal of Analytical Toxicology.
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Group wall post by Julie-Soleil Meeson

avril 17th, 2015 par Groupe Facebook
Des changements possible?

Link: Les Québécois, grands buveurs… modérés | Nathalie Collard | Société

avril 17th, 2015 par Groupe Facebook

Link: The US Finally Admits Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells

avril 17th, 2015 par Groupe Facebook
Encore une fois
It follows that if cannabis is bad for brain cells then it should also be bad for cancerous brain cells. You can't have it both ways. Cannabidiol is not the same as THC and has effects that can be positive in certain specific use-cases. Once isolated, those effects should be obtained without having the patient have to inhale the products of combustion by smoking.
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This is an apocryphal article from a questionable news source making a meaningless and simplistic generalization: Cannabis is not a single thing, it's made up of many chemicals, some of which appear to exhibit carcinogenic properties, and others which appear to exhibit anti-cancer properties for certain cancers under certain (read: in-vitro, animal testing) conditions. For reliable, science-based info, look here: www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannabis/healthprofessional/page4 and here: scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2012/07/25/cannabis-cannabinoids-and-cancer-the-evidence-so-far/ - Claims that 'Cannabis kills cancer' are unscientific misinformation.

Group wall post by Marie Anik

avril 16th, 2015 par Groupe Facebook
Merci infiniment pour cette occasion d'assister au forum de discussion ! C'était ma foi superbe d'entendre tous ces experts se prononcer sur cette question si importante. Merci, vraiment.