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Getting to toke up legally during a game of Halo 4 isn't the only awesome thing in your future under the new pot laws, stoners. A new genre of ganja gastronomy may also be on the horizon, as reports show weed-loving chefs are already prepping their pot-infused olive oils (two teaspoons is about three to four joints, they say), with the hope of catapulting the underground marijuana cuisine into the mainstream. Federal law still prohibits marijuana possession, so that issue will have to be resolved before you start seeing "braised marijuana duck roast" on the menu. But if it is, you'll soon be able to get hungry, go eat, and get hungry all over again.http://now.msn.com/marijuana-olive-oil-and-pot-food-recipes-surge-with-legalization-laws-of-2012http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3445_162-57550922/the-dope-on-cannabis-cuisine/
THC has actually been found to reduce tumor growth in common lung cancer by 50 percent and to significantly reduce the ability of the cancer to spread, say researchers at Harvard University, who tested the chemical in both lab and mouse studies. The researchers have even gone so far to suggest that THC could be used in a targeted fashion to treat lung cancer by interfering with angiogenesis, which promotes cancer growth.
Even very heavy, long-term marijuana users who had smoked more than 22,000 joints over a lifetime seemed to have no greater risk than infrequent marijuana users or nonusers.