alzheimers and thc

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana' started by Freetommy, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. Freetommy

    Freetommy Germinated

  2. Mr Douglas

    Mr Douglas still stoned again still

    What was I posting about again????....:confused: ..... Oh yeah!........THC gives me temporary Alzheimer's disease. :cool:
  3. NUGZ

    NUGZ Full Flowering

    haha LOL, good on douglas. i agree, i have temporary and spotty alzheimer

    s disease. nugz
  4. llIndigoll

    llIndigoll Medical Grower

    The main problem I see with these kinds of research projects is the attempt to make marinol the primary form of the medicine.
  5. GeoKitty

    GeoKitty Guest

    Yeah!! They should stop trying to alter what the Gods & Goddesses have given us, just enjoy it in it's natural form!
  6. Freetommy

    Freetommy Germinated

    lol good point douglas. half the time after i smoke i cant remember how much i just smoked.
  7. Freetommy

    Freetommy Germinated

    sorry posted twice
  8. GhostDog

    GhostDog Begun Flowering

    weed makes me feel dumb :(

    dumb, but very very happy
  9. Scorpio

    Scorpio Sticky Skunky Buds

    dont smoke weed with tin foil or cans, it will give you alzheimers in the furture.
  10. buddomi

    buddomi Banned

  11. CanadianConnection

    CanadianConnection Developed Alternating Nodes

    Studies have not shown strong link with toxins, vitamins, metals or diet, although rabbits fed a high-cholesterol diet in the presence of copper ions in their water did develop amyloid brain lesions and cognitive deficiencies [2], [3]. Likewise, linkage has been found between zinc or copper and reactive oxidative stress contributing to Alzheimer's pathology [4], and the amyloid precursor protein has been shown to alter expression in response to metal supplementation and chelation [5], [6], [7]. Therefore, it is hasty and premature to dismiss any and all environmental effects out of hand. There have been studies that link aluminium to the progression of Alzheimer's, but the results from these studies have not been confirmed and are not widely accepted by Alzheimer's experts.

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