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Stuff They Don't Want You to Know - Marijuana

 
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The DEA considers marijuana a Schedule I Controlled Substance, meaning it's as harmful as heroin or ecstasy. But how did it become illegal in the first place? Tune in to learn more about marijuana and conspiracy theories
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Other things that are supposed to make you go crazy (because they were associated with the counter culture of their time), but don't really:

[link to www.time.com]

Often referred to as the Green Fairy, absinthe gets its chartreuse hue from wormwood, an herb that contains the chemical thujone, which is reputed to cause hallucinations. But despite years of research discrediting the transcendental effects, new bottles can be sold in the U.S. only if they are classified as thujone-free. "When something has been banned for a century, it is natural to think there is something wrong with it," Robert Lehrman, an attorney for the Swiss distiller Kübler & Wyss, says of the antithujone regulation.

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Thujone is a fragrant, oily substance, naturally found in a variety of common plants and flowers. Thujone is perhaps best known in connection with absinthe, the drink that inspired a generation of nineteenth-century artists, writers and thinkers. In absinthe, thujone is thought to be the secret behind the unusual "mind-illuminating" effects (as one French doctor put it) of the special green liquor.
Thujone, however, turns up in all kinds of unexpected places.
Thujone takes its name from the thuja tree, whose bark contains the substance. Coriander, tansy and tarragon all contain moderate amounts of thujone, as do many other herbs and spices. Thujone is also found -- in fairly high concentrations -- in cedar leaf oil and Dalmatian sage oil. As a result, many everyday products contain some concentration of thujone, including Ralph Lauren's "Safari" fragrance and Vick's "Vaporub".
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12/23/2012 02:04 AM
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Fucking rescind the controlled substances act. Disband the DEA. Make the bastards get real jobs and stop turning North America into a prison state.

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