cannabis

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cannabis

noun arouser, bhang, cannabis sativa, drug, grass, hash, hashish, hemp, marijuana, narcotic, pot, weed
Associated concepts: drug laws
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38% of the pot smoking population has had, or has known someone who has had legal issues as a result of smoking pot.
In a statement Madsen's lawyer said: "Michael found his son smoking pot and they got in an argument when he tried to take it away.
In the government's never-ending campaign to convince you that smoking pot makes you do wild and idiotic things, some PSA guy had this brilliant idea: link pot-smoking with the image of two guys kissing, still icky for many viewers
For today's youth, drinking, smoking pot, and experimenting with drugs is not the nonconformist path to take, but rather the stereotypical path that all regular kids, daring to be different, take.
In California, for instance, the share of ninth-graders who reported smoking pot in the previous month dropped by 47 percent between 1996 and 2004.
Norvell taped Kaltenbach talking about smoking pot for the first time: "I could remove myself from my ego a little bit and see myself and my work more clearly.
Mach says that the results, published in the April 7 Nature, don't mean that smoking pot can reduce atheroselerosis in people.
After an extended vacation in Malaysia carousing and smoking pot, two young Americans head home, while their buddy Lewis (Joaquin Phoenix) stays behind to work for a local environmental group.
I stopped smoking pot but still hung out with the stoners sometimes as they weren't that judgmental.
Instead of smoking pot and hooking up, Bruni and his fellow scribes sneak cigarettes and watch "Sex and the City.
CARLOS LEON, the father of Madonna's first child, Lourdes, has been arrested in New York for smoking pot.
While comparatively a white person smoking pot is more likely to be judged to be just "chilling out" from a hard day of work and therefore sentenced more leniently.