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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Sterke cannabis is BETER voor de volksgezondheid!

Steve DeAngelo - Harborside Health Centre, Oakland, CA - USA

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

What is CBG (Cannabigerol)?

CBG is the building block for many compounds in marijuana, including THC and CBD.

Cannabinoids are the active chemicals found in marijuana. They are specific to the cannabis plant and are known to affect the human body in many ways.
While you may have heard of cannabinoids like THC and CBD, not many realize how important CBG is when it comes to marijuana.
In fact, THC, CBD and many other cannabinoids all begin as CBG. CBG is non-psychoactive and can be thought of as the “stem cell” or “parent” of other cannabinoids.
After being synthesized, CBG is quickly converted to other cannabinoids through natural processes that occur within the cannabis plant. This explains the low CBG content of most cannabis strains.

What is CBG and CBGA?

Cannabigerol (CBG) is a type of cannabinoid that was discovered in the 1960s along with cannabidiol (CBD), cannabichromene (CBC), cannabidivarin (CBDV), and tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV).Upon their discovery, further studies were conducted to understand the marijuana plant’s biology. In 1975, researchers isolated cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), the acid version of CBG.
The researchers found that CBGA is broken down by the plant’s natural enzymes into other acidic cannabinoids, namely THCA, CBDA, and CBCA. These acids are then converted to THC, CBD, and CBC when the plant is heated or aged (also known as decarboxylation).
In other words, CBG comes from CBGA, which is essential to the production of all other cannabinoids.
However, CBG is not found in high concentrations in most strains. Certain strains of hemp may have higher CBG content, but in general, most cannabis plants contain less than 1% CBG.
Breeders interested in producing cannabis strains with higher CBG content can try extracting CBG from budding plants when they are 6 weeks old or experiment with crossbreeding to produce a strain higher in CBG.
CBG is important because of its numerous health benefits, especially for people with disorders affecting the central nervous system, including neurological diseases, skin disorders, chronic pain, and others.

Effects of CBG

CBG is non-psychoactive, which means that it can’t get you high. However, CBG may help to balance the effects of THC and other cannabinoids by promoting synergy. CBG can also directly affect the body in many ways.Generally speaking, cannabinoids work by interacting with cannabinoid receptors, which are found throughout the human body.
CBG acts on both cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) as a partial agonist. However, the effect that CBG has on CB1 and CB2 receptors is very weak compared to THC.
CBG can also affect the body by increasing anandamide levels. Anandamide is a naturally-occurring cannabinoid that helps regulate many biological functions, including appetite, sleep and memory. Like THC, anandamide acts on CB1 and CB2 receptors to produce its effects.
CBG also inhibits the uptake of GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), a brain chemical that regulates the activity of neurons. The effect of CBG on GABA uptake was found to be greater than both THC and CBD in one study.
CBG has been shown to block serotonin receptors as well, which suggests a role for CBG in treating depression.
Since CBG can act on the central nervous system without causing a high, the potential benefits and medical uses of CBG have attracted significant interest.

Benefits and Uses

The medical benefits of CBG are still under investigation, but the list thus far is impressive and growing.
It’s important to note that most of the evidence comes from pre-clinical studies, meaning that the safety and efficacy of CBG has yet to be proven in humans. That being said, studies on CBG have revealed a wide range of possible benefits.
Stimulates bone formation and healing. In a 2007 study, the effects of CBG and other cannabinoids on bone marrow cultures were investigated. The results showed that they could stimulate bone marrow stem cells indirectly through the CB2 receptor. This suggests that CBG and other cannabinoids may help with the healing of bone fractures by promoting new bone growth and formation.
Slows tumor growth. In a 2009 review article, CBD, CBG, and CBC along with other cannabinoids were reported to slow the progression and growth of various tumors and cancer cells. By slowing tumor growth, these cannabinoids could extend the life of people who are battling cancer.
Antifungal and antibacterial treatment. The antifungal and antimicrobial properties of various cannabinoids, including CBG, are currently under investigation. CBG was shown to be highly effective against MRSA in a 2008 study. MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a highly prevalent antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria.
Relieves pain. CBG and other cannabinoids are known to have analgesic effects in various conditions, including pain caused by multiple sclerosis and cancer. According to a 2008 review article, clinical trials have shown that synthetic cannabinoids are well tolerated and effective, and may have an added analgesic effect when combined with other pharmaceuticals for pain treatment.
Reduces inflammation. Cannabinoids like CBG have the ability to reduce inflammation by targeting specific molecules responsible for inflammation in various disease states, including pain syndromes, cancer, and even inflammatory bowel disease. For example, studies show that CBG can act as a COX-2 inhibitor, similar to widely used pharmaceuticals called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
Overactive bladder treatment. Cannabis and cannabinoid preparations have been used to treat various bladder dysfunctions. In a 2015 study, researchers tested the effects of CBG and other cannabinoids on experimentally-induced bladder contractions. CBG and THCV were found to have the strongest ability for reducing bladder contractions.
Psoriasis and skin treatment. CBG and other cannabinoids could be helpful for treating various skin disorders, due to the presence of cannabinoid receptors in the skin. In a 2007 study, CBG was shown to inhibit keratinocyte proliferation, which suggests a role for CBG in the treatment of psoriasis.
Glaucoma treatment. In a 1990 study, treatment with THC and CBG increased aqueous flow by two to three times in animal models of glaucoma. Increased aqueous flow can help reduce intraocular pressure in cases of glaucoma.
Depression and anxiety treatment.  It is well-known that THC can help patients who suffer from depression and anxiety.  CBG has been found to have similar effects but without causing the high that THC is known for. A 2016 report suggests that non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBG could be a possible alternative for treating anxiety and depression.
Neuroprotective effects. In a 2015 study on animal models of Huntington’s disease, CBG was found to be “extremely active as a neuroprotectant.” Treatment with CBG improved movement and recovery in mice with Huntington’s and protected neurons from degeneration. CBG also showed possible anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. The researchers concluded that CBG should be studied further as a treatment for neurodegenerative disorders.
Saturday, November 25, 2017

Old Reefer Jazz Music collection, Roll-up, hang back and relax...

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Short Guide to '' Crypto Faucets / browser mining...

What are Faucets?

Hopefully this guide breaks down what these faucets are.
For people curious in dabbling in crypto.

A faucet is simply a reward site or app that pays out for visits to the site/completing a task/correctly answering a captcha.

Typically the websites run advertisements on them which is the source of income for that site/faucet. You'll need a "wallet" for the money to go to with most sites or some sites prefer to keep the money in-house and may offer gambling "roll the dice" games for you to gamble your payouts.

There is a site that I recommend for beginners as it is very user friendly and has good reviews. is a microwallet (faucet payouts are very small... hence microwallet) and is the hub for all of the faucets that I'll link below. There are bonuses for getting referrals on virtually every faucet site. You typically get paid a % of what your referral friend is paid and sometimes you get a % bonus on your own payout per referral that is active.

Browser mining:
Coinpot allso offers the option to mine several cryptocurrency from your browser. A very easy way to put unused processorpower to good use.

1st start by signing up for a CoinPot MicroWallet:

You will be using your CoinPot address to login to all the faucet sites below.

All these Faucets pay out to the wallet.
Please use these referral codes to sign up for them, getting referrals is eventually also the way you can make extra crypto, so please concider using all these, many thanks !!


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Crypto-Faucets usually do not pay very much, but what is 1$ now could be 100$ in the near future! Good luck and Enjoy! Greetings, Peter Lunk.
Saturday, November 11, 2017

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

MrLunk's CannaShredder (Patent Pending)

Saturday, July 29, 2017

3D printing with 100% Biodegradable Hemp Plastic Filament

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Summary of effects of marijuana on driving performance.

Excerpt from 2009 research...

Although cognitive studies suggest that cannabis use may lead to unsafe driving, experimental studies have suggested that it can have the opposite effect. Epidemiological studies have themselves been inconsistent, and thus have not resolved the question.

One possibility is that people who smoke marijuana share qualities—being young, male, and risk-taking—that would increase their risk of road traffic accidents even in the absence of marijuana use. It has been suggested that there is a single factor that underlies adolescent “problem behaviors” such as illicit drug use, precocious sexual intercourse, and problem drinking.

Two epidemiological studies in New Zealand that attempted to address this hypothesis found that the significant relationship that existed between self-reported cannabis use and self-reported accidents disappeared after risky driver behaviors and unsafe driver attitudes were controlled for. A follow-up study found that the crash risk for driving under the influence of cannabis more than 20 times in one year was halved and reduced to marginal significance when distance driven and self-reported risky driving behaviors were controlled for.

A third Canadian study that compared crash rates in cannabis users found an even higher adjusted OR of 2.61 for crashing over the course of the year in those who drove while “stoned” versus marijuana smokers who did not, suggesting that the decision to drive while intoxicated may predict poor judgment and unsafe driving habits even in the absence of marijuana use.

In summary, laboratory tests and driving studies show that cannabis may acutely impair several driving-related skills in a dose-related fashion, but that the effects between individuals vary more than they do with alcohol because of tolerance, differences in smoking technique, and different absorptions of THC.

Driving and simulator studies show that detrimental effects vary in a dose-related fashion, and are more pronounced with highly automatic driving functions, but more complex tasks that require conscious control are less affected, which is the opposite pattern from that seen with alcohol.

Because of both this and an increased awareness that they are impaired, marijuana smokers tend to compensate effectively for their impairment by utilizing a variety of behavioral strategies such as driving more slowly, passing less, and leaving more space between themselves and cars in front of them.

Combining marijuana with alcohol eliminates the ability to use such strategies effectively, however, and results in impairment even at doses that would be insignificant were they of either drug alone.

Case-control studies are inconsistent, but suggest that while low concentrations of THC do not increase the rate of accidents, and may even decrease them, serum concentrations of THC higher than 5 ng/mL are associated with an increased risk of accidents.

Overall, though, case-control and culpability studies have been inconclusive, a determination reached by several other recent reviewers.
Similar disagreement has never existed in the literature on alcohol use and crash risk.


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Tuesday, April 11, 2017


Let’s look at truth about Hemp and Marijuana (Cannabis) through documentaries that are both entertaining and extremely educational.

  1. The Culture High (2014) [Rent or Buy]

Director: Brett Harvey
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The Culture High is about the Cannabis prohibition existing nowadays. The documentary is based on the motives and arguments brought about by those who are for and against the Cannabis-related laws. It features a number of doctors, celebrities, experts, and reveals new data on the issue.

  1. Medical Cannabis And Its Impact On Human Health (2011) [Free]

Director: Lindsey Ward
Medical Cannabis and Its Impact on Human Health features physicians and top researchers representing their opinions about Cannabis and its effects on human health. The professionals in the field discuss the history of the plant, its scientific and medical aspects, common myths associated with Cannabis, and the efforts taken by the government in this regard. This documentary is based on the scientific issues related to Cannabis.

** Author’s Note: Lindsey Ward the director of this film and James Schmachtenberger (Executive Producer) and myself, James Sol Radina (Executive Producer) have all partnered on a new documentary coming early 2016: The Science of Weed. This will be the most credible documentary regarding Cannabis to date. We filmed the top 45 doctors and scientists on the planet that have been studying this plant the longest. The film will also feature real life examples and share patient stories.
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  1. Bud Buddies: Project Storm (2014) [Free]

Director: G.K. Wilkins
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Bud Buddies: Project Storm is about two children and four adults who suffer from cancer and need to take Cannabis, which cannot be obtained legally. The story features the risk of those who are ready to help them, even though they will spend 14 years in prison.

  1. WEED I (2013) and WEED II (2014) [Free]

Directed by CNN
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WEED I and WEED II feature the statement made by the medical correspondent of the Health, Medical and Wellness unit at CNN. His name is Sanjay Gupta. According to the doctor, Marijuana is less harmful and should be rescheduled to Schedule 3. These documentaries show how Gupta discovered what Marijuana can do for people and how he became a proponent.

  1. True History Of Marijuana (2011) [Free]

Director: Massimo Mazzucco
The True History Of Marijuana Film Free
True History of Marijuana is an overview of the events that led to the prohibition of Hemp and Cannabis in the United States. This is a breathtaking documentary that aims to present the propaganda and the prohibition of the plant.

  1. Married To Marijuana (2014) [Free]

Director: Jason Berry
married to marijuana film free
Married to Marijuana features the passionate relationship between Hip Hop and Marijuana. This documentary is a real investigation featuring exclusive interviews with Method Man and Chef Raekwon of Wu Tang Clan, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Schoolboy Q, Too $hort, Curren$y, DJ Quick and Kurupt, and others.

  1. A NORML Life (2011) [Free]

Director: Rod Pitman
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A NORML Life stands for “National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.” This is a Washington-based non-profit organization. The documentary features exclusive interviews with patients who have felt the positive effects of Cannabis on their health. Also, it includes interviews with doctors, activists and caregivers. This is a great opportunity to get a full insight into all aspects associated with medicinal Cannabis in the US.

  1. Clearing The Smoke: The Science Of Cannabis (2011) [Free]

Director: Anna Rau
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Clearing Tthe Smoke: The Science Of Cannabis sheds light on the issues related to the impact of medical Cannabis on the brain and how it acts in the body. It tries to explain how the plant treats epilepsy, nausea, glaucoma, pain and seizures and even helps patients fight cancer. This scientific documentary includes exclusive interviews with professionals in the field and patients.

  1. When We Grow, This Is What We Can Do (2011) [Free]

Director: Seth Finegold
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When We Grow, This Is What We Can Do focuses on all issues concerning the topic of Cannabis. This documentary throws light on industrial Hemp, the origins of Cannabis prohibition, its medicinal use, and more. It features an interesting interview with one of the experts in the field, Professor David Nutt. He is a former drug adviser to the UK government and the head of the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs.

  1. What If Cannabis Cured Cancer? (2010) [Free]

Director: Len Richmond
What If Cannabis Cured Cancer Film Free
What if Cannabis Cured Cancer? focuses on the important issue concerning the relation between cancer and cannabinoids. This documentary shows the viewpoints of world-famous scientists that study chemical compounds found in Cannabis. This is a perfect opportunity to learn about the breathtaking discoveries in the field.

  1. Cannabis: The Evil Weed? (2009)

Director: Annabel Gillings

Cannabis: The Evil Weed? is a BBC film. Doctor John Marsden, who studies addiction, is looking for answers to certain questions concerning the link between Cannabis use and schizophrenia, and Cannabis addiction. He is trying to find out whether it is just a herb or an undervalued medicine.

  1. Run From The Cure 1 (2008)

Director: Christian Laurette
Part 2 is on the way

Run from the Cure is about Rick Simpson from Canada who tried Cannabis after an injury in 1997, and felt the positive effect of the plant on his health. After his doctor refused to help him obtain Hemp oil, Rick found a way out. In 2003, Rick cured himself of cancer and decided to devote his life to the propaganda of the plant.

  1. Should I Smoke Dope? (2008)

Director: Ross Anderson and Nicky Taylor

Should I Smoke Dope? features the efforts of Nicky Taylor, a journalist, who investigates topics related to Cannabis. Her investigation also includes the legal issues associated with the use of Cannabis. For this purpose, she flies to Amsterdam to dig into the matter deeper.

  1. In Pot We Trust (2007)

Director: Star Price

In Pot We Trust features 5 cases of patients who take Cannabis as part of their treatment. Unlike other documentaries on Cannabis, this one includes the opinions of those who are against the use of the plant and who are against its legal use. Thus, this documentary shows both positive and negative viewpoints concerning the use of Cannabis.

  1. The Union – The Business Behind Getting High (2007)

Director: Brett Harvey

The Union – The Business Behind Getting High features filmmaker Adam Scorgie who investigates the most socially-acceptable illegal activity in Canada. The filmmaker presents an underground market and helps you get an idea of an industry that functions, meanwhile remaining illegal. The documentary includes interviews with politicians, criminologists, doctors, police officers, economists, growers, and other parties involved in the business.

  1. Super High Me (2007)

Director: Michael Blieden

Super High Me features a parody on “Super Size Me” from Morgan Spurlock, a stand-up comedian, and Doug Benson, an avid cannabis user. This is one of the funniest documentaries based on Doug’s experiment, during which he tries several tests to study the effects of the plant on his mind and body.

  1. The Emperor Of Hemp (1999)

Director: Jeff Jones

The Emperor of Hemp is a documentary about the life of Jack Herer (June 18, 1939 – April 15, 2010). He was a famous Cannabis activist. This documentary tells about his struggle and efforts to throw light on the issue of the plant. Jack believed Hemp can save the world.

  1. Grass – The History Of Marijuana (1999)

Director: Ron Mann

Grass – The History Of Marijuana features the historical aspects associated with Cannabis and its use. This documentary can be characterized as formal and informal. The thing is that it is based both on entertaining and serious points. The documentary shows the US War on Drugs.

  1. The Hemp Revolution (1995)

Director: Anthony Clarke

The Hemp Revolution is about the complete ban on the production of Hemp in 1938. This documentary is based on contemporary and historical facts related to Hemp cultivation and usage. It aims to reveal the probable reason that caused Hemp prohibition.

  1. Magic Weed: History Of Marijuana (1995)

Director: Martin Baker

Magic Weed: History of Marijuana is about the history of Hemp and Cannabis prohibition in America. This documentary features interviews with Michka Seeliger-Chatelain and Todd McCormick. Beyond that, it includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look in the cellar of Ben Dronkers.
Sunday, March 26, 2017

Futurola e-scooter ready for another Summer season :)

#futurola e-scooter ready for another summer season... thanks to

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Rest in Green Franco Loja, you will be missed by many !!! 1 Love.

Rest in Green Franco Loja...

Malaria he got in Congo Afrika was what brought dear Franco's life
to an unfortunate and way to early end,
while he was there working on a project to prevent Malaria.

Peter Lunk & Franco Loja
@ Canapa in Mostra, Napels - Italy - Okt. 2016

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