Slavery in the Bible – RationalWiki

“”The Bible may, indeed does, contain a warrant for trafficking in humans, for ethnic cleansing, for slavery, for bride-price, and for indiscriminate massacre, but we are not bound by any of it because it was put together by crude, uncultured human mammals. —Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great Slavery was an important facet of life in biblical times. Both the Old and the New Testaments have instructions regarding slaves which contemporary Jews and Christians generally disregard, and which Christian apologists frequently attempt to play down or deny. Some fringe Christian…

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California Registries of Home Growers: Unreasonable, Unsafe or Unconstitutional? | Canna Law Blog™

Proposition 64 states that adults in California age 21 and older may legally possess, plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process up to six marijuana plants By Tiffany Wu on January 13, 2017 POSTED IN CALIFORNIA, RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA California cannabis laws states that adults in California age 21 and older may legally possess, plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process up to six marijuana plants as well as possess the marijuana produced from those plants. Though cities and counties can completely prohibit personal outdoor cultivation (and some already do), Prop 64 does…

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Study: What Is The Best Cannabis Oil Extraction Method?

Researchers Test Efficacy Of Various Cannabis Extract Solvents To Decide What Is The Best Cannabis Oil Extraction Method By Drake Dorm Cannabis extract medicine has been used for generations to help treat a variety of conditions, and its popularity has increased quite a bit in recent years. Much of this increased popularity can be traced to Rick Simpson‘s public campaign in favor of what he referred to as “hemp oil.” “Ethanol and olive oil were determined to be the most effective, largely because of their ability to produce an extract…

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How Cannabis Became Marijuana | The Huffington Post

Dr David Bearman Cannabis has been many things; from the most important agricultural crop in the world to the most vilified drug. Use of cannabis in the Americas for purposes other than industrial hemp production may have existed as early as the 16th or 17th century. It is reported that slaves taken from Africa to work on sugar plantations in Brazil in the 16th century brought cannabis with them. They were allowed to plant it between the rows of cane and they would allegedly smoke it between harvests. Source: How…

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