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From #FitOver55 and @keepinrockin stay tuned for our new show to stream live #RealHotTopics that #TopShelfTalk @rolling.stoned.hq and soon YouTube!

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A Little Sunshine For Ya TimeLine 🌞. Anyways, BREAK THE RULES 🖕🏾Create Your Own Laws ⚜️ There’s No Blueprint For The Shit You About To Do Because No One’s Done It The Way You About To #FromMeToMe #FromMeToYou #Period #TopShelfTalk

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ Right here is some #TopShelfTalk with #Repost @momget

#RollingStonedHQ Right here is some #TopShelfTalk with #Repost @momgetshigh ・・・ Hey, my joint smokers! It's been well over six months since I bought this pound of organic mullein for around twenty dollars. I gave some away, I used a bunch of it, and I still have a half bag left. Most of what you see me smoking is actually a cannabis/mullein blend at about a 2:1 and sometimes up to 1:1 ratio. This enables me to enjoy the pleasure of smoking 4-5 joints a day while stretching an ounce of cannabis flower over twenty days or so. Sometimes I add other herbs to enhance terpenes too, like lavender for linalool. #smokemorejoints #learningaboutplants #terpenes #organicmulleinleaves #herbalsmokingblends #cannabisandmullein #stretchyourweedmoney #healthystoner #mycigaretteswontkillyou #ismokejoints #momgetshigh

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with #Repost @feelingso420together
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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with #Repost @feelingso420together ・・・ Too true, gotta get it perspective. Hope your all havin a LIT monday fam. Keep movin forward and stay lifted! #cannabiscures #cannabiscommunity #cannafam #weedstagram #medicatedaily #staylit #goodvibes #follow4followback #marijuana #medicalmarijuana #medicatedaily

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk @weedmaps The Endocannabinoid System

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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk @weedmaps The Endocannabinoid System Every function in our bodies requires a specific balance of factors in order to perform at maximum capacity. When this balance is achieved, it’s called homeostasis. The endogenous cannabinoid, or endocannabinoid system (ECS), plays a major role in survival by helping to maintain homeostasis in fish, reptiles, birds, and mammals (including humans). Pain, stress, appetite, energy metabolism, cardiovascular function, reward and motivation, reproduction, and sleep are just a few of the functions the endogenous cannabinoid system is involved in. The ECS consists of three main components: “messenger” molecules that our bodies synthesize, the receptors these molecules bind to, and the enzymes that break them down. This system is present throughout the entire body — it’s on immune cells in our bloodstream, on our nerves throughout our extremities, on the entire axis of the spinal cord, and in virtually every cell in our entire brain. There are even cannabinoid receptors in our skin. The body naturally produces two known cannabinoid molecules: anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG). Because anandamide was only discovered in the 1990s, there is still a great deal of research and study to be done in order to fully understand these endocannabinoid molecules. Anandamide and 2-AG seek out cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. While these two receptors have been the most studied by scientists, there are others. Anandamide and 2-AG also activate TRPV proteins. TRPV proteins are responsible for the body’s sensations of heat and cold. For example, that heat you experience when you eat chili peppers — that’s a TRPV response. ... go to www.weedmaps For more

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonesHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur Canadian police have

#RollingStonesHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur Canadian police have reported no significant changes in the number of cannabis-related impaired driving crimes post legalization, the Canadian Press reports. However, police say it is too early to release hard data on the issue. In Ontario, police said the bulk of charges filed under the new law was for driving a vehicle with cannabis readily available; the law requires cannabis products to be out of reach of the driver usually in the trunk. In Manitoba, that number is just 87 in six months. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sgt. Paul Manaigre attributed those charges to people not trying to hide their cannabis products from police in their vehicles. “We provide a reminder to treat it like alcohol and store in the trunk instead of on the front seat.” – Manaigre, in an email to the Canadian Press. According to the casual survey of police departments throughout the nation, only in Alberta were there a significant uptick in stoned driving charges. From Oct. 17 to Apr. 10, 58 people were cited with drug-impaired driving charges, compared to 32 during the same six-month period in 2018. Chief Const. Mike Serr of the Abbotsford, British Columbia Police Department, who co-chairs the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police’s drug advisory committee, said that while officers do crack down on illicit cannabis producers when they come to law enforcement’s attention, they are prioritizing investigations into deadly drugs like fentanyl and methamphetamine. 173SHARES

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #cannadilife🌈 The more you know… Or don’t
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#RollingStonedHQ #cannadilife🌈 The more you know… Or don’t If you don’t experiment, you will never learn. If you do not fail, you cannot learn. Repeat until you get it right. That’s what it’s all about. That is life. Life is about not quitting.. You can do it. 💪🏽💪🏽 #educate #Motivate #Evolve #TopShelfTalk Thank you for finding this gem @debbiariel7 💞💚💞

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur Canadian licensed pr

#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur Canadian licensed producer Canopy Growth announced this week its intent to acquire U.S.-based Acreage Holdings in a $3.4 billion deal once cannabis becomes federally legal in the U.S. According to a MarketWatch report, an insider source said the deal was “98% done.” Part of the deal includes an immediate $300 million payment from Canopy Growth to Acreage Holdings. The acquisition must be delayed because of Toronto Stock Exchange rules that say publicly listed companies (like Canopy Growth) cannot possess any illegal holdings at the risk of being de-listed, and cannabis remains a federally prohibited business in the U.S. Acreage Holdings is one of the leading multi-state cannabis operators in the U.S. with its footprint (including pending acquisitions) having recently stretched to 20 different state markets. The company also boasts several high-profile board members, including former Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld. “Today we announce a complex transaction with a simple objective. Our right to acquire Acreage secures our entrance strategy into the United States as soon as a federally-permissible pathway exists. By combining Acreage’s management team, licenses and assets with Canopy Growth’s intellectual property and brands, there will be tremendous value creation for both companies’ shareholders.” — Bruce Linton, chairman and co-CEO of Canopy Growth, in a press release “From the first day we created our company, providing exceptional customer care and delivering shareholder value have been our top priorities. This transaction will help accomplish both,” Kevin Murphy — Acreage Holdings’ chairman, CEO, and president — said in the release. Until cannabis is federally legalized in the U.S. and the deal carried out, the companies will continue to operate independently.

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#Winning !!!! #Repost @rolling.stoned.hq ・・・ #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur The Washington state House of Representatives has approved a bill expunging nearly 69,000 misdemeanor cannabis convictions, according to The News Tribune. The bill, which originated in the Senate, passed the House in a 69-29 vote on Tuesday and now returns to the Senate for the reconciliation of one amendment added by state representatives. The House amendment specifies that the bill would also apply to misdemeanor cannabis convictions resulted from municipal rules in addition to those charges brought under state law. If re-approved by the Senate, the bill will head to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk for his signature. “This proved you can do transformative justice reform issues and it’s a bipartisan thing. Our unjust laws of the past shouldn’t hold you back from being successful in the future.” — Bill sponsor state Sen. Joe Nguyen (D) The Washington State Patrol said that 58,864 individuals with 68,543 misdemeanor cannabis convictions would be eligible for expungement under the proposal. Individuals with cleared convictions would be able to write on job and housing applications that they were never convicted of those cannabis-related crimes. Earlier this year, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) said he would pardon a collection of cannabis convicts but the Legislature’s proposal would go much further than the governor’s plan. State Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon (D) — who sponsored the House version of the bill — has been pushing for similar legislation ever since voters chose in 2012 to end cannabis prohibition via a successful voter initiative. “The King and Pierce County prosecutors chose [then] to dismiss all pending marijuana misdemeanor possession charges in their jurisdictions. I thought that was a great step,” Rep. Fitzgibbon said in a statement. “The voters no longer felt the possession of small amounts of marijuana should be a crime for people 21 and over.” Sen. Nguyen and Rep. Fitzgibbon appeared together in a video on the senator’s Facebook page discussing the bill’s successful passage.

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur The Washington state

#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with @ganjapreneur The Washington state House of Representatives has approved a bill expunging nearly 69,000 misdemeanor cannabis convictions, according to The News Tribune. The bill, which originated in the Senate, passed the House in a 69-29 vote on Tuesday and now returns to the Senate for the reconciliation of one amendment added by state representatives. The House amendment specifies that the bill would also apply to misdemeanor cannabis convictions resulted from municipal rules in addition to those charges brought under state law. If re-approved by the Senate, the bill will head to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk for his signature. “This proved you can do transformative justice reform issues and it’s a bipartisan thing. Our unjust laws of the past shouldn’t hold you back from being successful in the future.” — Bill sponsor state Sen. Joe Nguyen (D) The Washington State Patrol said that 58,864 individuals with 68,543 misdemeanor cannabis convictions would be eligible for expungement under the proposal. Individuals with cleared convictions would be able to write on job and housing applications that they were never convicted of those cannabis-related crimes. Earlier this year, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) said he would pardon a collection of cannabis convicts but the Legislature’s proposal would go much further than the governor’s plan. State Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon (D) — who sponsored the House version of the bill — has been pushing for similar legislation ever since voters chose in 2012 to end cannabis prohibition via a successful voter initiative. “The King and Pierce County prosecutors chose [then] to dismiss all pending marijuana misdemeanor possession charges in their jurisdictions. I thought that was a great step,” Rep. Fitzgibbon said in a statement. “The voters no longer felt the possession of small amounts of marijuana should be a crime for people 21 and over.” Sen. Nguyen and Rep. Fitzgibbon appeared together in a video on the senator’s Facebook page discussing the bill’s successful passage.

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#RollingStonedHQ Happy #HumpDay .... Nature seems to always reset my human system. This stoner is also getting hormone D. It’s the sunshine hormone it’s not a vitamin. What better place to medicate. Where do you medicate and meditate? ... We promote healthy attainable lifestyles #FitOver55 #UseItOrLoseIt #Educate #Motivate #Evolve #TopShelfTalk

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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with #Repost @greenplusrx ・・・ A study showed that 80% of children with autism saw improvements after administering CBD. 🌱 ---------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: Green Plus Remedies makes no claim to support the symptoms that CBD may help to solve. #GreenPlusRemedies #CBD #WorldAutismAwarenessDay #WellnessFirst #HealthAndWellness #MentalWellness #PTSD #Anxiety #CBDBenefits #BrainPower #NotAlone #HealthMatters #HealthyLifestyle #Happiness #ChooseCBD #DoctorPreferred #HealthAndWellness #Supplements #Wellnesswins #WellnessThatWorks

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Even the aliens know #Cannabis is dop

#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk Even the aliens know #Cannabis is dope medication. ... Switch to all natural cannabis. It’s out of this world.

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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk this is life-saving Rick Simpson oil #RSO it is all plant products and ingested. It’s cures our many with #Repost @ladydizebra ・・・ #cannadifyi💯💚 History in the making! Look what I made mom! 4-10-2019 #RSO #MedicineWoman #LadyDiZebra #WitchyWeedWomanRSO #WWWRSO This is a very potent CBD:THC 1:1 ... This is my main stay medication. #mypotrx #mypotporn #mypotpassion ... Thank you to all those who donated to make this possible @cumuluscandies @toromamaluvsclouds @kelly_ritter @rolling.stoned.hq ... I’m forever grateful to these real women in #cannabis

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk With @ganjapreneur Way to go Texas Texa

#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk With @ganjapreneur Way to go Texas Texas Farm Bureau spokesman Gene Hall lauded the law changes, calling hemp “a crop that makes sense” for the state due to its drought-resistant properties; although he indicated there would be a strong testing program due to hemp’s similarity to the illegal, high-THC, cannabis plant. The legalization of hemp also means the legalization of hemp-derived CBD in the state, Miller said. “Anything that can medically take away someone’s pain or relieve their tensions or whatever they’re taking it for, we should use it,” he said in the report. However, Shannon Edmonds, staff attorney with the Texas District and County Attorneys Association, indicated the law changes don’t clear up the legality of hemp products in the state. “It’s really not going to have any direct impact other than to confuse people even more,” Edmonds told NBCDFW. Lisa L. Pittman, a cannabis law attorney, told NBCDFW that removing hemp from the state’s controlled substances list doesn’t actually make hemp legal and the legislature needs to take action to remove the criminal penalties. Texas’ medical cannabis program permits only low-THC products, akin to hemp-derived CBD, with limits of just 0.5 percent THC – the federal Farm Bill defines hemp as containing 0.3 percent THC. 2.5kSHARES

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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk with The leader of the green pack, she’s the one to watch out for #Repost @merakigardens ・・・ Sativa city over here! Trying to grow a few 10-14 week sativas is tough, especially in the Oregon market. However the people have spoken and we are trying to bring some special Genetics to the people! #haze #nigerian #columbian #nigeriansilk #columbianhaze #ripneville #a5haze #c5haze #unlockyoursenses

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#Repost @rolling.stoned.hq • • • • • #RollingStonedHQ 🌈 The more you know… Or don’t ... #TopShelfTalk #WitchyWeedWoman with #Repost @plantromance ・・・ How are you creating more neurons? 🧠 Clearly a lot of you wanted to know what neurogenesis was, so I provided a short and simple description along with things that you can do to increase your Brain-derived neurotrophic factor, BDNF, a protein that acts as “miracle-grow for your brain”, as Harvard psychiatrist John Ratey calls them 🌱 Hot Tip 🔥 Mushrooms have also been found to help many brain functions along with much more. Lions mane is my favourite, but cordyceps, reishi, chaga and just about any (safe) edible mushroom would help as well 🍄

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#RollingStonedHQ Coming this 420 to a YouTube channel near you #TopShelfTalk ..... Talking with me and another cohost about the many issues not only in the cannabis industry but in our ever-changing society. ... More details coming. 🙏🏽💪🏽🙌🏽 .... (... and this is what happens when I take my #dabbreak at work, 😂) .... #WitchyWeedWoman can take a drink, burp, fart and even probably shit my pants BUT I choose not to on Instagram ATM. I know y’all are breathing a sigh relief right now eh🤷🏻‍♀️😂) AND still #dab 💨💨 ... How many y’all can dance at all at #FitOver55 and how many you can #dabNdance ? @hash2k revival 😂💪🏽💞 .... No this eh lady has not come off the rails but I definitely want to get your attention. Read for yourself and for your own health. Google 6630507 Its only one of many patents that the US government has on #cannabis 🤦🏻‍♀️ .... #TopShelfTalk #Educate #Motivate #Evolve THANK YOU SO MUCH @cumuluscandies for the #CumulusSwag #SuckMeSwag #SuckMe .... We appreciate your awesome swag as well as your award winning edible/Medibles. ....

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rolling.stoned.hq. #RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk just in case you didn’t know....
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#RollingStonedHQ #TopShelfTalk just in case you didn’t know.... John F. Kennedy medicated with #Cannabis Cannabis is also saved for the royalty like Queen Victoria. The queen used cannabis for relief fom her menstrual cycle.

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