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Yearly Archives: 2016

Photo of the Month – June 2016

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Dogon wins this month’s award for best photo on the International Cannagraphic with WhiteDawg x GG4!

Visit the thread, the poll and all the entry images with comments by clicking here.

The International Cannagraphic recognizes excellence in photography with monthly awards, all site members are allowed to vote for their favorite image.

Long-time site supporter MyAssIsGrass has been managing this contest for more than a decade, truly a work of love :)

Below is a slide show of all the entrants for the month.

Photo of the Month – May 2016

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RB26 wins this month’s award for best photo on the International Cannagraphic with Mandala!

Visit the thread, the poll and all the entry images with comments by clicking here.

The International Cannagraphic recognizes excellence in photography with monthly awards, all site members are allowed to vote for their favorite image.

Long-time site supporter MyAssIsGrass has been managing this contest for more than a decade, truly a work of love :)

Below is a slide show of all the entrants for the month.

Study: Synthetic THC Kills Leukemia Cells

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Tubingen, Germany: The administration of FDA-approved synthetic THC (dronabinol) induces death in leukemia cell lines and offers a “low-toxic therapy option” for patients with cancer, according to findings published online in the journal BMC Cancer.

German researchers evaluated the impact of dronabinol on leukemia cells. Investigators reported that synthetic THC displayed “remarkable anti-proliferative as well as pro-apoptopic efficacy … in a broad spectrum of acute leukemia cell lines.” These findings “provide a promising rationale for the clinical use of cannabinoids … in distinct entities of acute leukemia,” they concluded.

Preclinical data dating back over four decades has consistently documented the… Continue reading