Space Cake Recipes

Ingredients:
200 gr. of baking flour
200 CL. of milk
2 eggs
180 grams of sugar
180 grams of butter
a hot oven (200 degrees c)
a baking form

Directions:
Put the butter in the microwave for about 20 seconds until it’s a fat paste. Mix the hasjs with 4/5th of the butter. (heat up the hasjs with a lighter and crumble it in the butter). With the rest of the butter your fatten the baking form so you can get the cake out easy when it’s done.Now mix the butter (and hasjs), flour, eggs and milk and sugar (and the possible extra ingredient). Keep on mixing it for a few minutes until it’s nice and smooth. If it’s to dry: at a little milk. Is it to much of a liquid: ad a little flour.

Put the cake in the oven for about 25 minutes.
Check how it looks before opening the oven. If it’s big and brown (I think you can imagine how a cake looks like) open the oven and take the cake out.

Leave it outside the oven for about 30 minutes to cool down before getting it out of it’s form.

Enjoy your meal.

The Science of Medical Cannabis

Donald Abrams, M.D. is chief of Hematology and Oncology at San Francisco General Hospital and the co-author—with Andrew Weil—of Integrative Oncology (Oxford University Press). Abrams has extensive experience working with cancer and HIV/AIDS patients and is a pioneer in the field of medical cannabis research.

The U.S. government classifies cannabis—along with heroin and LSD—as a Schedule I drug, the most tightly restricted category of drugs in the United States. According to the federal government, Schedule I drugs are unsafe and have “no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States.”

However, as medical cannabis proponents have pointed out since the Controlled Substances Act was passed by Congress in 1970, cannabis has been used medicinally for thousands of years, and there has never been a reported case of a marijuana overdose. Moreover, in recent years clinical researchers around the world have demonstrated the medicinal value of cannabis.

Reason.tv’s Paul Feine sat down with Dr. Abrams to learn more about the science of medical cannabis.

Approximately 10 minutes. Produced by Paul Feine and Alex Manning.

Go to http://reason.tv for HD, iPod and audio versions of this video and subscribe to Reason.tv’s YouTube channel to receive automatic notification when new material goes live.

The endocannabinoid system and multiple sclerosis

The endocannabinoid system and multiple sclerosis

Abstract

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurodegenerative disease that is characterised by repeated inflammatory/demyelinating events within the central nervous system (CNS). In addition to relapsing-remitting neurological insults, leading to loss of function, patients are often left with residual, troublesome symptoms such as spasticity and pain. These greatly diminish “quality of life” and have prompted some patients to self-medicate with and perceive benefit from cannabis. Recent advances in cannabinoid biology are beginning to support these anecdotal observations, notably the demonstration that spasticity is tonically regulated by the endogenous cannabinoid system. Recent clinical trials may indeed suggest that cannabis has some potential to relieve, pain, spasms and spasticity in MS. However, because the CB(1) cannabinoid receptor mediates both the positive and adverse effects of cannabis, therapy will invariably be associated with some unwanted, psychoactive effects. In an experimental model of MS, and in MS tissue, there are local perturbations of the endocannabinoid system in lesional areas. Stimulation of endocannabinoid activity in these areas either through increase of synthesis or inhibition of endocannabinoid degradation offers the positive therapeutic potential of the cannabinoid system whilst limiting adverse events by locally targeting the lesion. In addition, CB(1) and CB(2) cannabinoid receptor stimulation may also have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective potential as the endocannabinoid system controls the level of neurodegeneration that occurs as a result of the inflammatory insults. Therefore cannabinoids may not only offer symptom control but may also slow the neurodegenerative disease progression that ultimately leads to the accumulation of disability.

VIDEO

Music on the Promenade – Scottsdale May 18

The “Music on the Promenade” soared through the Plaza late night and was lead by Urban Quartet on Friday May 18th 2012.On a Cool pleasant night in Scottsdale song mixes themed from Rolling Stones,Violet Fems, Billy Idol, Blondi and more inspired crowds gathered around center stage.
“Not your typical mall music at all”, said Rain Baker a local resident of Scottsdale.
Rain had come from rush hour traffic just to see one of her favorite bands play for free a the Scottsdale Promenade.
Local restaurants, wines bars and shops are collective next to the stage as music played on during the night from 7pm till 9pm. Music will continue on the Promenade until June 1 so catch the next one if you missed it this event.

Rain Baker and her husband John said they will be back!

Urban Quartet has been shakin’ up the music since 2008. From street-side to concert halls dance clubs and night clubs, the Urban Quartet stepped onto the music scene with an eye and ear for sophistication combined with bold, vivacious energy blurring the lines between hard rock to alternative rock, pop, club music, cutting edge electronic music, and original film music with classical string quartet instrumentation. UQ brings to the stage an eclectic repertoire performing UQ’s own arrangements of chart toppers.

Weekly weeder video

The “Music on the Promenade” soared through the Plaza late night and was lead by Urban Quartet on Friday May 18th 2012.On a Cool pleasant night in Scottsdale song mixes themed from Rolling Stones,Violet Fems, Billy Idol, Blondi and more inspired crowds gathered around center stage.
“Not your typical mall music at all”, said Rain Baker a local resident of Scottsdale.
Rain had come from rush hour traffic just to see one of her favorite bands play for free a the Scottsdale Promenade.
Local restaurants, wines bars and shops are collective next to the stage as music played on during the night from 7pm till 9pm. Music will continue on the Promenade until June 1 so catch the next one if you missed it this event.

The  Medical Farmer Market Held at Wegrow hydroponics by camp420 in on Thomas road in Phoenix was yet another big success. Many Vendors setup tables inside to display a wide variety of free cannabis crops, smoking hard ware, vaporizers, door prizes, raffles and Edibles for all  individuals that possess a state issued medical marijuana cards.

The Camp420 Medical farmer Market also had an outdoor private smoking area and a inflatable Misting tent and Food vendors serving up smoked ribs and specialty sandwiches. The Farmer Market was held from 1200 noon until 420pm on Sunday April 6th. Information on upcoming Medical Farmer Markets can be found on Camp420.net web page.

Medical Farmer Market Held at Wegrow hydroponics by camp420

The  Medical Farmer Market Held at Wegrow hydroponics by camp420 in on Thomas road in Phoenix was yet another big success. Many Vendors setup tables inside to display a wide variety of free cannabis crops, smoking hard ware, vaporizers, door prizes, raffles and Edibles for all  individuals that possess a state issued medical marijuana cards.

The Camp420 Medical farmer Market also had an outdoor private smoking area and a inflatable Misting tent and Food vendors serving up smoked ribs and specialty sandwiches. The Farmer Market was held from 1200 noon until 420pm on Sunday April 6th. Information on upcoming Medical Farmer Markets can be found on Camp420.net web page.

LOCAL MARIJUANA NEW- MAY 2016 Edition

%d bloggers like this: