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It’s been just more than four years since Colorado voted to legalize recreational marijuana for people older than 21. Now, one Colorado business wants to make buying pot as seamless as ordering a burger.
The Glenwood Springs Post Independent reported that the Parachute, Colorado, Board of Trustees voted Thursday to approve a business license for Tumbleweed Express, which is owned by Green Cross Colorado, LLC. Tumbleweed is scheduled to open in March in what used to be a car wash.
Tumbleweed Express will become the first drive-thru marijuana dispensary in the state of Colorado.
“As far as I can tell, we are not aware of this business model ever coming up before,” Robert Goulding, spokesman for the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division, said, according to the Coloradoan. The MED is part of the Colorado Department of Revenue. It enforces regulations on marijuana similar to the ways in which regulations on tobacco and alcohol sales are enforced by a separate division.
Tumbleweed Express also had to obtain the approval of the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division before it could operate legally.
The enforcement agency laid a few ground rules for the drive-thru dispensary. They include restricting anyone younger than 21 from being on the premises of the dispensary, requiring surveillance of all areas where transactions will occur and prohibiting marijuana from being seen outside of the business.
The Post Independent noted it will be much easier for the business to meet these criteria because Tumbleweed Express will operate in an old car wash facility, thereby obscuring the view from outside, rather than in a traditional fast-food style drive-thru that is more open.
While it will be the first drive-thru marijuana dispensary in Colorado, it won’t be the first of its kind in the U.S.
A similar business model, owned by Green Life Oregon, was believed to be the first drive-thru recreational marijuana dispensary in the country, according to Time. It opened April 20, 2016 (4-20) in Gold Beach, Oregon, according to OregonLive.com.
Before April 2016, medical marijuana drive-thru dispensaries operated in Washington State and in Michigan, but those businesses required a doctor’s prescription. They did not sell marijuana for recreational use, according to Time.
(Natural News) Linus Pauling Ph.D. (1901 – 1994) was a scientist’s scientist during a period of history when the primary role of the discipline was a diligent search for truth, not corporate sponsorship. Pauling’s youthful genius and inquisitiveness to discover just how and why atoms form bonds with molecules and create structures guided his entire life. He is considered as “the founding father of modern biochemistry,” a forerunner of today’s investigations in molecular biology. An outspoken scientist and social activist, Pauling is the only man in history to have received two “Nobel Prizes -for Chemistry (1954) and for Peace (1962).”
Pauling authored over 1000 scientific influential papers along with a diverse line up of books. General Chemistry is an internationally used college textbook. The Nature of the Chemical Bond, written in 1931, is still revered as one of the most profound “scientific book[s] in the 20th century.” Pauling was also a dedicated humanitarian and an outspoken activist against nuclear testing, citing the damaging health effects of radioactive fallout on generations to come. He coined the phrase “molecular disease,” and for many years studied human physiology and the biochemistry of nutrition. It was Pauling who championed the efficacy of vitamin C as a vital element to treat the common cold, heart disease, and cancer. The burgeoning pharmaceutical, vaccine, and cancer industries did not approve of Pauling’s scientific prowess. But they were wrong. Pauling was right.
Life Extension sites epidemiological studies from 1992 that show individuals who take higher levels of vitamin C live longer and have fewer heart attacks “as [compared to] those with fewer levels.” Thedailysheeple.com reports that Iowa researchers have discovered that high levels ascorbic acid (vitamin C) delivered intravenously “increases hydrogen peroxide levels in cancer cells.” This action killed cancer cells in lab rats, but did not harm any other cells. The research mentions that ascorbic acid seemed to work best with pancreatic cancer cells, and the ability for ascorbic acid to be effective in other types of cancer cells, such as breast, brain, liver, lung, and skin, depend on “the measurement of catalyse activity in tumors.” Catalyse is an enzyme that plays a significant role in breaking up the bonds of hydrogen peroxide.
Linus Pauling and his team administered mega doses of vitamin C intravenously to 1000 cancer patients, reports Thetruthaboutcancer.com, and, although they were ridiculed, they discovered that patients receiving their vitamin C protocol “lived four times longer than cancer patients who were not given vitamin C.”
Dr. Ronald Hoffman is the director of the Hoffman Center in New York City. He concludes that oral vitamin C will help your body’s immune system and repair mechanism, but the ability for it to be absorbed by the blood “maxes out at 500 milligrams.” For cancer treatment, Hoffman believes vitamin C must be given intravenously “to spur the production of hydrogen peroxide” in areas of the body where cancer may be lurking. He states: “IV vitamin C, when administered by a trained, experienced physician, is safe and well-tolerated, even at doses as high as 100,000 mg (100 grams) per day.”
The force of the pharmaceutical and cancer industries to keep you away from nutritional therapies has not abated. There are still internet references to the brilliant Dr. Linus A. Pauling as a “quack.” But Pauling, unlike today’s corporately controlled scientists, searched for the truth. He found it. And now, finally, mainstream scientists are merely catching up to his tremendous insights and discoveries.
Natural News) If you think a food declaring on the package that it is organic really is organic and healthy, you definitely need to think again. That has been proven by some unsettling news coming out of the Consumer Education and Research Centre (CERC) based in Ahmedabad, India. The organization is reporting the discovery of small amounts of pesticides and heavy metals in several brands of rice. The problem? Those products had been labeled and sold as “organic,” “free from chemicals and toxic substances,” or “pesticide-free.” Talk about misleading.
One of the culprit toxins was the pesticide known as chlorpyrifos, and it was discovered to be at an unsafe level in two of the rice products that were tested. According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), even being exposed to that pesticide for a short time can lead to problems like nerve and muscle issues, mood alterations, behavior changes, and sleep issues.
Every single one of the brands that was tested contained heavy metals like lead and copper. Although those elements were at levels considered to be safe, it is still not a good idea to be consuming such ingredients.
A leader at the CERC spoke out about this serious issue:
“The very rationale for buying an organic product is to buy a product free of pesticides and chemicals. Moreover, consumers pay a premium for organic products and despite this, they don’t get the proper quality. This is because there are no standards to govern the production and sale of organic food products,” said Pritee Shah, chief general manager, CERC.
Shah also commented regarding the National Programme for Organic Production (NPOP):
“Currently, NPOP certifies organic process standards; but it should also certify the final product. While we do encourage promoting consumption of organic products, manufacturers and regulatory authorities must ensure that consumers get quality products. India also needs to follow labeling norms according to global best-practices in the interest of consumers,” added Shah.
The admonition “buyer beware” has never been more true when it comes to buying food anywhere in the world. Consumers must always be on their toes and willing to thoroughly investigate every single product bought with their hard-earned dollars.
It seems like it’s practically a full-time job just to research, source, and buy healthy food these days. That doesn’t even include the time spent preparing, cooking, and cleaning up from homemade meals. But that is time and effort well spent, because it is such a valuable investment in current and future health.
Thoroughly research every brand and product you are thinking about purchasing to make sure it doesn’t contain hidden toxins. If necessary, call the manufacturers to get more details. Ask for further information. If a food is organic, ask for proof of that. Ask questions about how they test the food for purity. (RELATED: Learn more about pesticides in foods at Pesticides.news)
Buy local food as much as possible. It is much more possible to hold local farms and companies accountable when they know you can stop by to check out their facilities in person.
Better yet, grow as much of your own food as possible. True, you may not be able to grow foods like rice and other grains, but there is still a lot you can grow outdoors and indoors. It is totally worth it, and there is nothing like the taste and satisfaction that you get from food you grow yourself.
Be safe out there. It certainly is a brave new world when it comes to grocery shopping and trying to feed your family healthy, organic food.
In the study, published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, there were 21 people with Crohn’s Disease; half of which were given cigarettes with no active cannabinoids, and the other half given regular joints to smoke.
The joints contained approximately 23% THC and .5% CBD.
45% of the people given two joints to smoke every day for eight weeks experienced a complete remission of their Crohn’s Disease.
The other six out of 11 people reported that their symptoms were cut in half, and that they were able to sleep and eat with much more ease. In the clinical trial data, it was that said that “subjects receiving cannabis reported improved appetite and sleep, with no significant side effects.”
This is more information that was to be expected, further proving the medicinal value of cannabis, which many already know about.
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