Stop your Cat Spraying in the House
Tors and the prototype Hz-receptor antagonist burimamide were identified in a single paper by Black et al. (69). Burimamide was reported to inhibit both HA- and pentagastrin-stimu-lated gastric acid secretion in rats, dogs, cats, and humans. The potency of burimamide at inhibiting gastric acid secretion far exceeded that produced by anticholinergic drugs and was devoid of apparent side effects. Burimam-ide, however, had poor oral bioavailability and was subsequently replaced by metiamide, which was 10-fold more potent and its activity could be detected after oral administration (68).
In animal experiments, atracurium in large concentrations, many times those providing complete neuromuscu-lar blockade, causes vagal blockade and changes attributed to histamine release at high dosages some hypotension is seen, possibly because of histamine release alkalosis diminishes the neuromuscular block, and acido-sis prolongs it (7). In cats, high doses of some of the breakdown products of atracurium produced dose-dependent neuromuscular blockade, hypotension, and auto-nomic effects (5). However, it was considered that these effects were of no pharmacological significance, in view of the low potencies of these substances and the quantities likely to be found in man. From interaction studies in cats (8) it was concluded that the action of atracurium is enhanced by D-tubocurarine, halothane, gentamicin, neomycin, and polymyxin, and antagonized by adrenaline and transiently by suxamethonium. Pretreatment with suxa-methonium did not affect the subsequent block by atra-curium in...
Cannabinoids produce antinociception through multiple mechanisms at peripheral, spinal and supraspinal levels through CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors in several animal species, including mice, rats, rabbits, cats, dogs, monkeys and humans (Pertwee 2001). These responses were revealed in multiple acute nociceptive models using thermal (Buxbaum 1972 Hutcheson et al. 1998 Martin and Licht-man 1998), mechanical (Smith et al. 1998), chemical (Bicher and Mechoulam 1968 Welch et al. 1995) and electrical stimuli (Bicher and Mechoulam 1968 Weissman et al. 1982). Cannabinoid agonists also induce antinociception in inflammatory
And I think that s what Nature grows them herbs for They was put on earth for man to use. The animals have an instinct for 'em. That s why cats go for catnip. The women used to take that hamp hemp and steam the leaves and make kind of a plaster out of it. It was supposed to be good for takin' out inflammations, and it was, too.
THC, the active substance in grass and hash, is not soluble in water it is soluble in oils, Cats and alcohols. This has been known for thousands of years. Recipes from India and other hash-eating civilizations usually require that the ganja be sauteed in butter or ghee (clarified butter) before combining it with the other ingredients. Still, in the enlightened Twentieth Century, we find otherwise intelligent people boiling, and often only steeping, the leaves, seeds and stems of marijuana in water and drinking
Most of the detailed physiological experimentation that was carried out with psychedelics in the 60's concentrated on LSD and psilocybin and used rat brains, cat brains, and isolated rat neurons. Perhaps the most important finding was indeed that LSD and psilocybin depress the action of serotonin neurons in precisely the raphe system (a neuronal system shared by rats, cats and humans). The usual activity of the particular serotonergic neurons which psilocybin and LSD depress is inhibitory which means that their normal firing serves to dampen or suppress activity in the those other parts of the brain with which they synapse. Thus it was believed that psilocybin and LSD's dampening effect on serotonergic neurons facilitated an increase in neuronal firing in those areas of the brain in contact with the raphe system (like the aforementioned visual and limbic emotion systems). It was this effect, this enhancement of neuronal activation, that was believed to correlate with the entheogenic...
In situations of social conflict, amphetamine increases the frequency of escape and defensive responses to threats and attacks by a stimulus animal in mice, rats, cats, rhesus monkeys, and squirrel monkeys in a dosc-dependent manner (Hoffmeister and Wuttke 1969 Crowley et al. 1974 Miczek and O'Donnell 1978 Miczek 1979 Schlemmer and Davis 1981 Haber et al. 1981). Even in the absence of a distinctive behavioral stimulus from an opponent, amphetamine induces escape and defensive responses in mice. Krsiak considered these unprovoked defensive and escape responses as signs of timidity (Krsiak 1975 Krsiak 1979 Poschlova et al. 1977). Amphetamines decrease attack and threat behavior by dominant animals toward lower-ranking group members, by territorial residents toward an intruder, by lactating females defending their litter, and play fighting by juveniles, mainly due to distortions in the perception of socially significant signals and the disruption of integrated sequences of threat and...
The byproduct of pressing hempseed for its nutritious vegetable oil is a high protein seed cake. Hempseed cake was one of the world's principal animal feeds until this century.* Hempseed can supply a nearly complete diet for all domesticated animals (dogs, cats), many farm animals and poultry, and allows animals maximum weight gain for less than current feed costs. And without any need for artificial growth steroids or other drugs currently poisoning the human race and food chain.
Go to your kitchen and survey the food in your cabinets and refrigerator. Now roughly estimate how much of the food you have purchased is or contains genetically modified food. If you guessed 100 , you are right. Now consider all of the pets you have had over the years. Dogs Cats Canaries Goldfish Perhaps a pony They are all genetically modified. Just about every single food product on the market today and all common pets have been genetically modified by humans.
Also it must be said that a cat for a garden grow is the 1 defense system against most small predators, but an indoor cat will bring unwanted pests into the house You can not have the best of both worlds. Cats also like to play with indoor plants so be very careful with your plants and pets
Smoking the leaves of catnip (Nepeta cataria) produces only mild effects in man. However, the pure active agent, cis, trans-nepetalactone, seems not to have been tested on man. Seeds are available from several companies and the freshly picked leaves are probably more potent. Catnip is not orally active in cats. For synthesis see Corsi Semin. chim. 11,93(1968) et seq. BCSJ 22,1737(1960) Proc. Chem. Soc. 166(1963). JOC 37,3376 (1972) gives a synthesis of dihydronepetalactone (more attractive to cats than nepetalactone).
Experiments in cats have demonstrated a significant prolongation and potentiation of the neuromuscular blockade induced by pancuronium during glyceryl trinitrate infusion (1 mg kg minute) started before the muscle relaxant was given. No prolongation was seen if suxa-methonium, d-tubocurarine, or gallamine were used instead of pancuronium. Neostigmine reversal of the pan-curonium block was not affected and neither was the plasma clearance of pancuronium changed over the 2 hours after the injection (50,51). The cause of this phenomenon, and whether it is applicable to humans, remains to be elucidated. However, more recent experiments (also in cats), using only moderate doses of pancuronium (and vecuronium), have failed to elicit any potentiation by glyceryl trinitrate (52).
If we selectively breed dogs or cats then we are carrying out a process of artificial selection whereby we select those animal features which we would like to see strengthened. Therefore, in the case of selective breeding, human intelligence governs the process. In the Gaian system at large, natural selection governs the process of evolution over longer stretches of time than those involved with artificial selection. Whereas this is taken to mean that Nature is essentially dumb, random and purposeless, I believe that we can view Nature in its entirety as being a form of active intelligence, though of an order of magnitude well above that displayed by our species. And by 'Nature in its entirety', I mean that we should view the biosphere as a complex continuum within which individual organisms are in fluidic connection with each other and the environment. Influences pass all ways. There is but one interconnected system in which evolution occurs. Remember our River of Life metaphor where...
Wash your hands if you touch diseased plants. Pay attention to simple hygiene. Do not work in the dirty outdoor garden and then visit the indoor garden. Even walking across a lawn or brushing up against outdoor plants could carry pests and diseases to your indoor garden. Stay away from dogs, cats, and other pets that have been outdoors, and don't let them in the garden. Houseplants can also help spread pests and disease.
Prevention of protozoan diseases consists of controlling the spread of the disease, improving sanitarial-hygenic conditions of life, receiving vaccinations, and treatment. It should be kept in mind that malaria is spread by mosquitoes, in particular by the bite of (female) Anopheles mosquito leishmaniasis is spread through infected gerbils trypanosome is spread by the tsetse fly amibiasis and giardia are spread through food and water and toxoplasmosis is spread through meat products and infected cats. Many different chemotherapeutic drugs are used to combat protozoan parasites.
As highlighted in other chapters, the central toxicities during and after repeated stimulant bingeing may be related to neuronal or terminal destruction and or depletion of neurotransmitter in the brain. In monkeys and cats, the report by Duarte-Escalante and Ellinwood (1970) of neuronal chromatolysis associated with decreased catecholamine histofluorescence following chronic METH intoxication has been followed by extensive neurochemical demonstrations of damage to the monoamine pathways by chronic stimulants (Seiden and Ricaurte 1987). The most consistent changes have been observed in the DA systems with more variable effects on norepinephrine (NE) and serotonergic neurons. Given current attempts in clinical neuroscience to relate monoamine changes to a variety of mental and movement disorders (including mood disorders and schizophrenia), reported changes in NE and serotonin levels following chronic stimulant administration deserve careful...
The increase of cyclic monophosphate adenosine in the cardiac muscle cells results in an inotropic positive effect, whereas the increase of the cyclic adenosine monophosphate in the smooth muscle cells causes relaxation (bronchioles, vessels Fig. 305). Forskoline given to dogs and cats causes a positive inotropic activity and lowers their blood pressure (Lindner E et al., 1978).
A post-hoc analysis of the CATS trial database in patients with acute myocardial infarction suggested that aspirin does not attenuate the acute and long-term effects of captopril (111). Because of the demonstrated benefit on morbidity and mortality with each agent, textbooks and official guidelines do not recommend withholding either aspirin or ACE inhibitors in patients with heart failure or myocardial infarction. With no sufficient proof of lack of interaction, the use of small doses of aspirin (100 mg day or less) is recommended.
Amphetamine, cocaine, and other psychomotor stimulants have been examined with traditional research methodologies involving isolation-induced aggression in mice pain-induced aggression in mice, rats, or squirrel monkeys brain stimulation-induced aggression in cats or mouse killing by rats. The results show an inconsistent mixture of increases, decreases, or no effects. Among the most important determinants of amphetamine effects on aggressive and defensive responses are the stimulus situation, species, prior experience with these types of behaviors (table 1) and, most critically, dosage and chronicity of drug exposure. Brain Stimulation-Induced Aggression in Cats
Also it must be said that a cat for a garden grow is the 1 defence system against most small predators, but an indoor cat will bring unwanted pests into the house You can not have the best of both worlds. Cats also like to play with indoor plant so be very careful with your plants and pets
Cook and Weidley (1957) found that high doses of LSD blocked conditioned avoidance and escape responses in rats. On the other hand, Taeschler (1960) found that LSD significantly shortened jumping time to a rod. Key and Bradley (1958) found that 5 g kg of LSD in cats reduced the threshold for an unconditioned arousal response, but not for a conditioned arousal response. After 10-15 g kg, the cat remained alert for longer periods and was more responsive to stimuli. Jarvik and Chorover Lysergic Acid Diethylamide and Mescaline in Experimental Psychiatry. New York Grune & Stratton, 1956. Rothlin, E., and Cerletti, A. Ueber einige pharmakologische Untersuchungen an mausen mit congenitaler drehsucht. Helv. Physiol. Acta, 1952, 70 319. Roubicek, J. Experimental mental disorders. Vesmir, 1956, 55 291. Schwarz, B. E., Wakim, K. G., Bickford, R. G., and Lichtenheld, F. R. Behavioral and electroencephalographic effects of hallucinogenic drugs Changes in cats on intraventricular...
Most animal vomiting studies are confined to large animals such as cats, dogs or ferrets. Utilization of such large animals is not cost effective, and therefore alternative models have been found. Indeed, in the 1980s, Japanese investigators introduced a smaller animal (adult being 50-100 g in weight), the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus), as an experimental vomiting model (Matsuki et al., 1988). Suncus murinus is endogenous to Asia and Africa. Shrews are placed in the order of insectivora and are among the most ancient animals (Churchfield, 1990). Shrews are considered to be closer to man than rodents, lagomorphs and carnivores in the phylogenetic system. Unlike Suncus murinus, the least shrew (Cryptotis parva), is much smaller (adult weighing 4-6 g), and is found in Central and North America (Figure 13.1). It is relatively easy and inexpensive to test vomiting and the antiemetic effects of various drugs in this species (Darmani, 1998 Darmani et al., 1999). Moreover, doses of...
In fact, there is a good deal of evidence to support this suggestion. First, more than half the neurons in the PPT fire rhythmically only when PGO waves are evident and their firing starts immediately before the PGO waves appear. Second, in cats, REM sleep is augmented by direct injection of either carbachol, or more selective muscarinic agonists, or the anticholinesterase, neostigmine, into the pontine reticular formation (one of the projection sites for PPT). Third, REM sleep is abolished by lesion of the PPT nucleus but, interestingly, not by lesion of the LDT. evidence that the firing rate of neurons projecting from the locus coeruleus is greater during waking (1-2 Hz) than during SWS (0.2-0.5 Hz) and is increased even more as behaviour progresses from vegetative or consummatory activities (e.g. grooming or feeding) to vigilance. Furthermore, stimulation of the locus coeruleus in cats causes EEG desynchronisation and increases arousal, while a neurotoxic lesion of these neurons...
GABAergic involvement in the central effects of ethanol has been demonstrated by a number of studies.37,44,68,70 Acute ethanol administration increases brain GABA content in rats and mice.29,95,107 Furthermore, in cats, potentiation of the inhibition of cortical neurons by GABA has been shown following ethanol treatment.91 Finally, ethanol inhibits, through a GABAergic mechanism, the firing of pars reticulata neurons in rats.83
Her dream begins with tiger eyes as the initiatory image, soon followed by many faces and sleek bodies of big cats of different colors. From these images there emerges a large and powerful Siberian tiger, an animal of grace and beauty whom she feels compelled by a great longing to follow to the ends of the world. The tiger takes her to the edge of a high plateau, from where she glimpses a deep abyss filled with liquid fire or molten gold in which many people are swimming
There is nevertheless a distinct possibility that harmaline and other alkaloids are biochemically involved in the formation of what Jung called archetypes, and that to this category belong big cats of whatever species happen to be familiar to the individual. Claudio Naranjo makes precisely that case in The Healing Journey and some of his previous writings. As it happens, such a thesis, which has a psychological as well as biochemical basis, is not inconsistent with what has been written by Harner, Reichel-Dolmatoff, Koch-Grunberg, and others about the effects of harmala alkaloids on the Indians, by Harner (1973) about his own experiences and yaje as a transcultural phenomenon, and by Naranjo himself about non-Indian subjects in experimental settings. All this is obviously important enough, not alone in the specific context of Banisteriopsis, to warrant some consideration here.
Neuroscientist B.L.Jacobs has carried out experiments which show that a suppression of serotonergic neuronal activity elicits dreaming. If cats (unfortunately these most loveable creatures are often used for questionable brain-meddling sleep experiments) are injected with a chemical called PCPA which is known to block serotonin supplies to all parts of the brain, then the cats start to exhibit brain-wave patterns consistent with the onset of dreaming despite the fact that they are fully awake. In other words argues Jacobs, the cats are experiencing waking dreams.
The cited evidence in conjunction with the findings that abdominal vagotomy and splanchnectomy abolish cytotoxic-induced emesis, suggest that chemothera-peutic drugs have a peripheral site of action (Andrews et al., 1990a,b). However, several other studies point to a central site of action since direct microinjections of 5-HT3 receptor antagonists into the CNS can prevent cisplatin-induced emesis in ferrets (Higgins et al., 1989 Yoshida et al., 1992), dogs (Gidda et al., 1995) or cats (Smith et al., 1988). In addition, complete inhibition of cisplatin-induced emesis was observed following ablation of the area of postrema in cats (McCarthy and Borison, 1984) and dogs (Bhandari et al., 1989). Furthermore, a quaternary 5-HT3 receptor antagonist zatosteron-quat, with limited access to the CNS, failed to prevent cisplatin-induced emesis in the dog (Gidda et al., 1995). Moreover, zatosteron-quat appears to potently block the induced vomiting following its intracere-broventricular injection...
SEA has been extracted from human and rodent brains (Maccarrone et al., 2002), and from the tick A. americanum (Fezza et al., 2003). Oleamide is present in the cerebrospinal fluid of humans, rats, and cats (Cravatt et al., 1995), and in the seeds of T. cacao (Di Marzo et al., 1998), Z. mays, and G. hirsutum (Chapman, 2000). Short-chain NAEs such as N-lauroylethanolamine (LEA, 12 0) and N-myristoylethanolamine (MEA, 14 0) have been extracted from seeds of N. tabacum and M. truncatula (Chapman, 2000).
An intravenous injection of 1 mg kg of LSD in the monkey caused visual disturbances, blindness and ataxia, plus a marked degree of tameness (Evarts, 1956). Another investigator reported slight withdrawal and catatonia in monkeys given LSD (Melander and Martens, 1958). In dogs LSD caused psychomotor excitement, followed by depression (Buscaino and Fronglia, 1953). Tolerance was noted on repeated administration. Ataxia, lack of reaction to pain and light and an increased reaction to sound was noted (Berenstein and Otero, 1958). Catatonia and irritation were seen in acute experiments, but in chronic experiments animals became tolerant (Jovanovic et al., 1960). Intracerebral injections of 110 g result in excitement, ataxia and various autonomic changes (Haley, 1956 Haley and McCormick, 1956 Bircher et al., 1958). In cats LSD produced an increase in excitement, aggressive behavior and even rage (Bradley, 1957 Elder et al., 1957 Gogerty et al., 1957). It also reduced contentment and...
Table 1, there is considerable evidence that cannabinoids attenuate vomiting in emetic species. Cannabinoids have been shown to reduce vomiting in cats 30 , pigeons 65, 66 , ferrets 33-35 , least shrews, Cryptotis parva 24-29 and the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus 31, 32 .
Let's start with your survival needs. A part of your brain called the brain stem has primary responsibility for these needs (Fig. 3.2). Your brain stem is a relatively primitive brain structure that starts where your spinal cord enters your head. All vertebrate animals (i.e., animals with backbones, such as fish, snakes, frogs, birds, rats, cats, and humans) have a brain stem. Their brain stems look pretty much like ours and do pretty much the same things.
Developed in Europe during the 1950s, this drug became available for medical use in the United States during the 1960s. It is also used in veterinary medicine, especially with cats. Depending on means of administration (injection, oral) fentanyl can be 10 times stronger than morphine, and fentanyl citrate can be 8 to 100 times stronger. One report claims fentanyl is 40 times stronger than heroin.
The effects of anaesthetic agents and other factors in conditioning the overt neurophysiological actions of LSD are well illustrated in the case of studies on the visual system of animals. It is known that a brief intense flash of light will evoke a burst of discharges in the optic nerve, which can be recorded as a summated potential of a population of axons as shown in Figure 1a. Very high concentrations of LSD (2.5 mg kg) administered intravenously produced a marked depression of such photically evoked activity in the optic tract (Figure 1b Evarts, Landau, Freygang and Marshall, 1955). Additional effects were demonstrable when a fine recording electrode was introduced into the lateral geniculate body, the specific thalamic relay nucleus of the visual projection pathway to the cerebral cortex. High-frequency stimulation of the optic nerve in anaesthetized cats resulted in rapid attenuation of the post-synaptic response of lateral geniculate neurons (Figure 2a). Following an...
Furosemide (40-80 mg) has been reported to enhance and prolong d-tubocurarine-induced block in anephric patients (63). In animals low doses potentiated d-tubocur-arine (and suxamethonium) probably via presynaptic effects, while high doses (1-40 mg kg in cats) reversed the neuromuscular actions of these relaxants (64). The effects of high doses were similar to those of theophylline,
Cats are especially curious and equally destructive as they play with, slash, and chew up your leaves. Puppies also like to use the stems to break their teeth in on. Any outdoor indoor animal can also bring outdoor pests inside and transfer them from their fur to your grow room.
Growing weed in the house is a terminally stupid idea, trust me. A lot of growers seem to have the idea that if they've got a couple of cats running about the house, everyone will think the smell is cat piss. Will they fuck the stuff's called skunk for a reason, otherwise it would be called cat piss.
Harry Browns farm sits on a mountain with the elevation of 420. Starks Maine has been the site of the Maine Vocals show for 17 years now. From the first Freedom Fest in June, to the Harvest Fest in October, the medical marijauna plants are displayed on stage as they grow for all to see and photograph. No where else have I seen such a marijuana free zone This year at Harvest, Maine Vocals leader Don Christen was in jail for growing too much pot. The inmates were running the asylum and the bud contest was out of control When the cats away, they say
Physical description It is a light green and smelly herb found in shady vacant plots in the tropical regions which grows to a height of 90 cm. lt is slightly hairy and branched, and its odour is adored by cats. The stems are woody at the base. Leaves simple and alternate.The petiole is 5 cm long.The blade is broadly ovate, 3 cm x 4.5 cm, and dentate. The base of the blade is wedge-shaped, and the apex blunt. The inflorescences are 2.5cm-10cm
Poppa, you never smacked your cliops on anything sweeter in all your days of viping. It liad sucli a wonderful smell and the kick you got was really out of this wodd. Guys used to say it tasted like chocolate candy, a brand Hershey never even thouglit of. I laid it on the cats in the Barbeque, and pretty soon ail Hatlem was after me to light them up. I wasn't working then and I didn't have much money left to gaycat with, but I couldn't refuse to light my friends up. Before I knew it I had to write to our connection for a large supply, because everybody I knew wanted some. Man, you can be rid in' on rubber in no time with that stuff, and it ain't against the law neither,', the cats told me. 'Just think how many cats you can make happy , they kept saying. Before I knew it, I was standing on The Corner pushing guage. Only I did no pushing. I just stood under the Tree of Hope, my pokes full up, and the cats came and went, and so did all my golden-leaf.
Blood (dried or meal) is collected at slaughterhouses, dried and ground into a powder or meal. It is an excellent source of fast-acting soluble nitrogen (12 to 15 percent by weight), about 1.2 percent phosphorus, and under one percent potash. Apply blood meal to stimulate green leafy growth. Blood meal can burn plant foliage if applied heavily. Dogs and cats love to eat blood meal and keeping it out of their reach will make it last longer. It is an excellent ingredient for a tea mix. Fish meal, a solid by-product of the fishing industry, is made from dried fish that is ground into a meal. It is rich in nitrogen (about 8 percent) and contains around 7 percent phosphoric acid and many trace elements. It has an unpleasant odor and good ventilation is necessary indoors. Always store in an air tight container so that it will not attract cats, dogs, and flies. Use in a tea mix.
Funny you ask, because I do breed strawberries also. I have a very nice breed that I have made myself, its half Dutch and half Norwegian I call it 'Sweety'. Nowadays I have pulled most of my strawberries and just kept three plants growing, (so I don't lose the strain). I also make room for my roses, which I have been breeding for some years now. I also breed cats-Abbysenian's.
The actual witch-hunts came in like waves of hysteria just like drug stories in the press do now. You know, every so often along comes a story about witches in their midst so let's burn a few. So it came in waves. Another thing that came in waves is the plague. The black death. I can tell that Fraser wants me to draw the parallel myself. Deep down, this man is a teacher. His theory (which has been espoused elsewhere in pagan literature) is that the sudden rises in black death can always be traced to a surge in witch killing and cat killing. The church would reward people who killed cats because they were associated with witches. The rat population would be free to increase, and more plague would spread. As he puts it, Flysteria caused the plague. Meanwhile, our current and potential plagues - AIDS, pollution, nuclear war - are seen to be caused by similar repression of the pagan spirit, which he seeks to revitalize in the youth culture of England, in any way possible.
Or maybe humans lean led about drugs from animals. Australian folklore has it that koalas are addicted to eucalyptus leaves, their only food, because the leaves have a genuine naicotic effect In Africa, where (lie ancestors of Homo sapiens first evolved about ihiee million years ago, the exhilarating effects of coffee were legeixlarily. discovered by an Abyssinian goatheixl who noticed his flock pmncing around the pasture1 after eating the fruit of that glossy green tree a similar tale is told in Yemen about khaL The Indian mongoose, when bitten by a cobra, crawls into the jungle to nibble mungo root as an antidote. Cows everywhere love locoweed cats gobble catnip reindeer munch mushrooms. Rabbits prefer belladonna or wild letpce songbirds and mice thrive on hempseed fish get knocked out by toxic plants that Fall, into the waier. Even elephants are passionately fond of certain palm fruits that produce a strongly intoxicating liquor and, in the words of a nineteenth-century explorer,...
The signal for the stomach to slow down the process of ejecting its contents into the duodenum is caused by a hormone (enterogastrone). This hormone is released from the intestinal mucosa when sugars and or fats are present in the small intestine. If too much sugar is present, the fats containing the active resins will be detained longer in the stomach. From this information we may summarize another guide-point The presence of a little sugar in alcohol or in an oil-based confection may somewhat facilitate the assimilation of the THC. Too much sugar, however, can interfere with the digestion of the Cats and their pay load of THC.
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