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Old 07-09-2017, 02:44 PM   #1
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Default Cannabis reverses ageing processes in the brain

Mouse brain, that is. And this is not a license to get high—doses used are decidedly sub-intoxicating.

But: it appears that endocannabinoid receptors may have a role in brain health, and that it may be vital.

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Old 07-09-2017, 05:11 PM   #2
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Then I would be about 9 years old..... that explains a lot!
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That kind of explains part of why DH was having memory problems after he quit smoking pot.
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Is there a sub-intoxicating dose these days? I can't even handle one hit of the weakest weed (9% THC) on offer at the weed store.
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I took two drags from a joint when I was sixteen years old, my head was turning and I felt bubbles of feeling in my legs. I have never used it since. Now I know why I am gradually losing my short term memory, my sense of smell, my eye sight and my libido.
Should I start toking?
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That explains why I feel mentally like a 16 year old while the rest of me feels like a broken down old fart.

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I took two drags from a joint when I was sixteen years old, my head was turning and I felt bubbles of feeling in my legs. I have never used it since. Now I know why I am gradually losing my short term memory, my sense of smell, my eye sight and my libido.
Should I start toking?
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