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Medical marijuana products recalled in Michigan after failed compliance testing for yeast, mold
"Is on the recall list in the state of Michigan because it didn't meet safety requirements before being distributed. Nicole Wilson reports. Michigan State officials say the mold and East counts and the medical grade marijuana was too high when it was given to patients and now they're asking people who have it to take it back. The product is labeled as purple Diesel, but distributed from shops and Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, Detroit and Flint. Patients who have it can take it back to the dispensary. Anyone who got sick after using the product should consult their doctor and you have see
Fresh update on "marijuana" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"New research shows marijuana use among young adults has skyrocketed. WDBJ Health reporter Doctor Deanna Lights has more annual use of marijuana. Wanna buy 19 to 22 year olds across the country is up 43%, according to the University of Michigan's monitoring the Future panel study researcher John Schulenburg. The highest has been since the early 19 eighties. But what we're most concerned about is what we call daily or near David. That's one in seven He's on the Dole started college getting high on a daily basis. Frequent marijuana use has been shown to be a risk factor for mental health and cognitive problems from the Delta Dental Health Desk. Dr Deanna Lights that would w. J. NewsRadio 9 50 Coming up next President Trump says he's given his blessing to a proposed deal for the popular at Tic Tac. Partner with both Oracle and Wal Mart. Those details are ahead..
Kamala Harris Pledged a Joe Biden Administration Would Decriminalize Marijuana
"Went on record and pledge that a Joe Biden administration would decriminalize Possession of marijuana. And I'm saying, OK, it's good camel, you know, because you had a history in which you prosecuted for that. I got it. But we haven't heard job didn't say yes, Medio. Don't say that. Hey,
Fresh update on "marijuana" discussed on WIOD Programming
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New Jersey Voters Weigh Putting Pot Legalization In Constitution
"New Jersey could become the 12 state in addition to the District of Columbia to legalize recreational marijuana. That's if voters say yes to the Constitutional amendment Ballots are about to go out to all registered voters in New Jersey's first ever mostly vote by mail election now, in addition to voting for president, U. S Senate and House I'll also decide whether to amend the state constitution to permit those 21 older to use marijuana. The amendment also allows for the state to set up a regulated market for the
New Jersey Residents Set To Vote On Amendment Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
"On election wise. We already know that amid the pandemic, but one of New Jersey's top top line ballot issues this year is also the question of whether the state will be the latest to legalize legalize recreational recreational pot. pot. If If voters voters Okay. Okay. A A constitutional constitutional amendment amendment ballots ballots are are about about to to go go out out to to all all registered registered voters voters in in New New Jersey's Jersey's first first ever ever mostly mostly vote vote by by mail mail election. election. If it happens, New Jersey would become the 12th state along with the District of Columbia to legalize legalize recreational recreational marijuana. marijuana. That's That's if if the the question question succeeds. succeeds. Of Of course, course,
New York - New Jersey Residents Set To Vote On Amendment Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
"Going on election wise amid the pandemic, but one of New Jersey's top line battle issues ballot issues that is this year's also All the question of whether the state will be the latest her legalized recreational pot. If voters okay, A constitutional amendment ballots are about to go out to all registered voters in New Jersey's first ever mostly vote. By mail election, the jersey would become the 12 state along with a district of Columbia to legalize recreational marijuana. And that's if course if the question does manage to succeed. Supporters say they are optimistic. Pointing to Paul's showing more than 3/5 of the voter support legalization. Opponents, though, are nonetheless holding out hope that they can persuade the voters against adopting the change Both sides as you might imagine, have launched pro and con campaigns
Reggae pioneer Toots Hibbert dead at age 77
"Toots Hilbert has died. Sibert was a frontman for the reggae band Toots and the maid Halls. Who's 54 46. That was my number was one of the first reggae songs to receive widespread attention outside Jamaica. The song is said to describe Hibbert's time. In prison on a marijuana charge to timbered with 77. His family announced his death last night but did not give because the BBC says he was taken to a hospital in Kingston recently was symptoms resembling covert 19. This is NPR news.
Los Angeles - 7 People Shot, Killed At Illegal Marijuana Grow In Riverside County
"Think there were multiple suspects in the shooting deaths of seven people at an illegal marijuana grow in a rural area of Riverside County, east of Temecula. Sheriff Chad Bianco says that wasn't a little pot in a backyard. It was a very extensive operation. There were multiple people on the property, multiple people living on the property in excess of 20. This was this was not just a They happen to be growing marijuana. This was a major operation major organized crime type operation. Investigators found more than £1000 of process marijuana as well as a couple 100 pot plants and ah honey oil lab So far, no arrests. All the victims were Laotian.
U.S. Forest Service police dog survives second stabbing attack
"Ah, highly decorated police dog Offering from multiple stab wounds. The dog named Ice was attacked during a marijuana raid in northern California last month, and despite being stabbed, it was still able to hold on to the suspect. The 11 year old animal also survived a stabbing in 2016 that occurred during a similar drug raid. After ice recovers the U. S. Forest Service Police dog is expected to retire.
Gov. Tom Wolf renews call for state lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana
"Making a push for the legalization of recreational marijuana. Okay, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief, Gemma what reports Republicans in the state legislatures say the Democratic governor seems more interested in holding news briefings than it negotiated with them. Governor, Wolf says it's been about a year since he first proposed it, so he's once again asking the state Legislature to take up the legalization of recreational marijuana. Now, more than ever, especially right in the middle of this pandemic. We have a desperate need for the economic boost that the legalization of cannabis could provide, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman says. Legalizing marijuana as much Jobs bills anything, he says They're few legislative issues that could bring as many benefits is quickly to our employment statewide to our social justice concerns that we have on the uneven enforcement. As well as to our farmers. I pitched this to our red counties are Republican led counties are farmers need a cash crop. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says it's unlikely to see movement on recreational marijuana. This Polly says they're looking forward, though, to hearing specifics from the governor about who would regulate it. Where would be sold and strategies for enforcement at the suburban bureau Jim
Santa Ana, Los Angeles: Police Say Bad Drug Deal Led to Shooting of 3 at High-Rise
"Apartment building in Santa Ana is now thought to be a case of a drug deal that went sour. And two of the three people involved are now under arrest. After police found three people wounded at the Essex Skyland apartment complex. A SWAT team search the entire area, then Detective Reviewed all the shooting victims and other witnesses. Santa Ana police spokesman Anthony Mauretania says that appears to of the men went up to an apartment on the 15th floor were planning to buy drugs from the man inside. During the transaction. There was a fight or they attempted to rob. This individual physical altercation occurred and there was gunfire exchange between the three individuals. A search turned up two handguns, marijuana and money. Britannia says Two of the men have not been charged with Assault with a deadly weapon and attempted robbery. The third man who may even selling drugs has not been arrested Her church at present, Pete Demetriou, Okay,
Why You Should Capitalize On Marketplace Opportunities
"Nice Guy Community check this out today a hunter. He is known for his success as an architect of change and a leader of business transformation. His belief is the importance of talent culture and it's exemplified by the strong executives he has developed. He now works closely with executives, entrepreneurs, business leaders, and organizations to help them capitalize on marketplace opportunities and proactively address digital disruption. So what does all that stuff mean? So it means that our guest today he knows what he's talking about. He's not just a guy that talks the talk. He walks the walk as well. Welcome Tony to the Nice guys on business podcast pleasure to be hurt Doug. Thanks. For having me at love having you here man and and you know we talked a little bit in our pre interview just about some of this stuff and some of your your experience that you've been through and I love it because you've gone from publishing to pot from media to marijuana and conservative to cannabis. So can we start just a little bit with your back backstory 'cause I think it's so fascinating how you've gone from a really ultra conservative environment and publishing, and you're now into an entirely disruptive in a brand new world. So maybe share a little bit of your background and then we can take it from there. Tony. All thanks Doug I usually get asked that question that's not a straight line of course for most to think about a after a long career at Tribune company one of the greatest media companies in the world. After I left the company. There were three things I was looking for one in publishing mission. Our mission was always sold for and I wanted to have that I also love being an disruptive environment and the challenge and then third I enjoy. Building something and building a team and setting visions what I look at opportunities. On the mission side, you know cannabis a started out. In every state and I've had experience with friends and relatives that have seen the relief and benefits but disloyal cannabis and I really been attracted to that and natural medicine in general for about fifteen years now. So I started learning more about that and saw the impact it was having and I really believe that as regulations are relaxed, we're gonNA find more benefits of medicinal cannabis and so that intrigued me second clearly this is a disruptive You, know as this gains more traction more clinical trials, this will be disruptive form of treatment and medicine, and then last I believed that my experience as a an operator at Tribune and complexity was really perfectly aligned for rapidly growing company like Revolution Global, which is the Illinois based Cannabis Company that I am chairman of the board and I thought bringing those operating skills could help manage gross and really have the. Organization have the Rigor and discipline to succeed. So it wasn't that far of a stretch given my personal and belief in natural medicine but also experiences of friends and relatives that have found release is so that's how I that had brought me here and brought me to participate in this site. So you recently wrote a blog post I guess within the last couple of months and you mentioned in your blog post. Farmer versus hunter companies, and you know we're dealing in the day of this recording. Hopefully, people are listening to this five years from now what was that time in life? That was really? Challenging that that Cova dive but we're dealing right now in an environment that that you need to evolve and change rapidly or and pivot rapidly, or you're gonNA find yourself on the firing line of of extinction. So can you maybe explain this farmer and hunter mentality within organizations and see you know maybe we can create some connection between farmers and hunters and those that are in our community right now? Yes. Well, you know it's an. Older, way to look at businesses but farmers, you could just think of those as big established legacy companies. And Hunters as these emerging startups and high growth companies that are disrupting many of those legacy companies and. I really believe greatness occurs len you do and also things you know it's it's not big companies do a lot of things well, but they normally are very agile. They normally don't have this passion behind the mission and vision of the company and also their their ability to pivot to your point and drive new ideas because they're so successful in large in many times, they lose that edge and I think they could learn a lot from the hunters and maintain those real good benefits being large in scale and discipline, but add those components of. Being Agile and also creating a organizations that pivot frequently, and conversely I think a lot of times the hunter organizations. Lol. Organizations they're growing at all costs, and at some point, there's an inflection that needs to occur and use pivot that needs to occur, and they could learn a lot about building a talented leadership team having the Rigor and discipline of a large organization while maintaining. Those agility characteristics, passion conviction, innovative thinking in those. That's the essence of that blog post. Doug is learning from the strengths of one another and to be great you should do all of those things. Well, how
House set to vote on marijuana legalization
"1000 representatives will vote on legalizing marijuana next month. The more act would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act and raise some cannabis criminal records. Ah, floor vote on the bill would be the greatest federal cannabis reform accomplishment in 20 years. So, says Randall, Mayor of the Global Alliance for Cannabis Commerce. States would still have to vote to legalize the drug. It's already been legalized in 11 states. That Bill was introduced by House Judiciary Chair in New York Congressman Jerry Nadler last fall it past the Judiciary Committee by a vote of 24 to 10 with Democrats Republicans Matt Gates of Florida and Tom McClintock of California. The on ly Republicans to vote for the
Philadelphia Mayor, Pennsylvania Gov. Ask Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall
"Editor's desk alone, Madam Micah. Pennsylvania is a huge budget hole to fill and governor Wolf thinks legalizing recreational marijuana is a good place to start bringing in some new cash. The story from Kate would've used Mike Doherty. The governor hopes some Republicans get onboard to boost the state's bottom line with extra funding from recreational marijuana legalization. We can actually do things that have to be done to help families and businesses have been so devastated by this by this pandemic, and mayor Kenny is all for it to no reason why Um recreational. Marijuana should not be the same category as vodka and gin and was Republican House majority Leader Carry Benning. Hoff says the governor shouldn't rely on taxpayers to bail him out from the
A Conversation with "Blackout Girl"
"Jennifer store is the author of blackout girl. It is a memoir published by Hazel in twenty eleven and it's about to have its second printing. Read the book and You won't doubt the power of addiction in the day to day life of a young woman, the subtle persuasion of alcohol, the pervasive violent consequences, one drink too many and the sheer luck some my call at grace to survive at all Jennifer Storm. Welcome to let's talk. Thank you so much for having me. You know one of the dynamics of our mission at Hazelton Betty Ford is that we published books and we publish your book in twenty eleven it's done. Very very well in fact, it's about to have its second printing. What does that mean to have a second printing of a book? It's such an honor truly to not have the story come out once and reach an audience but for it to have a whole new audience to touch I, it's it's a wonderful experience. It feels more relevant today than actually when I did publish it unfortunately just because of what we're seeing with sexual violence and addiction, it's still dominating headlines. The headlines more than it ever has. So it feels really timely and on the heels of the metoo movement I know there are a lot of people that are suffering in silence and so my goal is to get to those people and we'll come back to that in a couple of minutes. Cisco back into your own. Life. For people who haven't read your book or no the story Tell us a little bit about your introduction to alcohol and what happened as a result. So. I came from a mother and a father who both came from very abusive alcoholic homes and they of found themselves in high school and really vowed to to get away from that and so they married young my father went off to Vietnam my mother he returned my mother started having US Children's I'm one of three I'm the youngest and they did their best to keep us away from all of those family members that were heavily. Addicted at the time, they had their own demons, and of course, their own traumas that they never dealt with and for the most part though they did a really great job trying to raise us I really was only exposed to alcohol when my parents would have it at family gatherings, and then a friend introduced me to alcohol when I was twelve years old and I had my first beer which literally led to ten beers and I drank. The first time I picked up a drink and I write in the book that I it never felt that thirsty before my life and I blacked out that night and subsequently a came to well being raped, and so I had this horrific introduction to alcohol this very addictive introduction alcohol and yet it was the first thing I turned to to deal with the trauma of that incident. When you were sexually assaulted a home. was that your bottom as it related to alcohol it was the start actually. So it's what really propelled me into continuing to drink because. I had all this shame and this guilt in this anger and rage that I didn't know what to do with it and I was young and my parents coming from their own alcoholic abusive homes didn't have the coping mechanisms to deal with their own stuff. Let alone now watching their daughter go through this horrific trauma. So I started drinking you know and this was in the eighties. So alcohol was in everyone's homes. We all had the you know the liquor cabinet, and so it was really easy for me to access What happened to me led to the breakdown really up my. Parents marriage, and so the supervision and our home started to deteriorate my parents divorced by the time I was fifteen and so I was kind of left to my own devices as where my older brothers and drank alcoholic and that gave way to starting to use pills I would do anything to numb the pain I was having and so if it meant alcohol, it meant pills it meant marijuana that led me to LSD, which then quickly led me to cocaine but everything every single time I drank the result was always the same I drank I drank to excess I blacked out. and. So the introduction of cocaine when I was around fifteen sixteen helped kind of. Sober me up. If you will I always say that parentheses it would keep me from blacking out. It would allow me to retain control because when I was putting myself in situations where I was blocking out of course, then I was vulnerable to more violence and more abuse and I didn't want that. So the cocaine and the alcohol then became this really damaging codependent relationship and. And how long did that codependent relationship work before? You had your bottom. So eventually I turned to crack cocaine at age seventeen and I had my bottom at age twenty two and I it was brutal and I attempted to take my life. I didn't have any hope I was completely destitute. I didn't see a way out of my addiction I couldn't go a day without being high and being. Completely out of my mind and that got to a point where it felt so. That I wanted out and I didn't like I said, I didn't have any hope. So tried to kill myself and By. Some measure of grace I am here today and I woke up in hospital bed the next day and I. I had sliced my wrists pretty severely to the extent that of one was bandaged to to hold it together done so much damage and it was a miracle and the doctor looked at me and said, it's a miracle that you're live and I was in a psych ward because that's that's where they. Put you was nine, hundred, Ninety, seven and an intake officer came in and kind of started going through the questions and she looked at me and said you, you're not. You're a drug addict do you want treatment for that? Because you you shouldn't be here? Do you want to go to Rehab and I said, yes, it was the first time I had made the admission that my solution was actually my problem. And then you got treatment, did I went to a traditional twenty eight day treatment facility in Allenwood Pennsylvania by all accounts a great facility I they didn't they weren't trauma informed which that's the term that I would come later to understand and really appreciate but they didn't take into consideration the underlining trauma that I had dealt with. It was solely twelve steps addiction recovery. We're not going to deal with these outside issues right now you're here to get clean and sober and that worked for me my first night and Rehab came to share her experience strength. And hope much like I do now and she had said something that profoundly impacted me and she said that her secrets kept her sick and that has been my mantra since that day in that Rehab and it told me that all this stuff that I was running from all these bad things that had happened to me and these pains and these traumas these were the causation. These were the reasons and I needed to deal with these if I really wanted to be clean and sober for the rest of my life, and so I did that work on my own. The trauma work did yes. which point you decide that you're story. was worth telling. In a memoir. I started writing that night in Rehab writing has always been a source of of empowerment and healing for me. Even after the rape I have a book of poems that that I wrote I would stay up all night i. now know that that's post traumatic stress disorder I couldn't sleep. I had insomnia had irrational fears so I would right and that would calm me and so because I couldn't talk about my trauma in traditional treatment facility I wrote about it. And I kept writing and then I did my fourth step and I kept writing and kept writing and you know I was an avid reader at the time and that's really when memoir was starting to come into play and I wasn't finding my story anywhere and so I thought well, I have a good story. Maybe I'll maybe I'll submit it and I was a big fan of melody babies and so I just happened to twelve of her books. So I happened to look in the book and see well their published by this amazing place called women, and so I reached out to Hazelden and sure enough they were interested and it was it was an incredible
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Asks Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall
"Governor Wolf urging Pennsylvania lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana to help with Corona virus relief. The governor outlined his priorities for the fault legislative session today. His proposal on federal funding includes extra hazard pay for workers on the front lines of handling the pandemic, as well as financial support for small businesses. Childcare needs protective equipment and utility shut offs. House Republican leader carry betting Hoff is dismissive of the governor's proposals, calling them unaffordable and a taxpayer bailout of
Positive Drug Tests Among U.S. Workers Reach Highest Level in 15 Years
"The number of Americans testing positive for drugs at work climbed last year, especially for marijuana. That's according to Quest diagnostics, the percentage of U. S workers who tested positive last year and their urine test was 4.5%. That is the highest level in 15 years.
Clippers are struggling one-on-one against Mavericks
"Four more games in the NBA on Wednesday and for me the story was a tale of two conferences in the Eastern Conference. We have two teams in Toronto and Boston, who take a stranglehold on their series of both going up to o scale and in those look like they may be short series out east of story of the night. Marijuana start. The show scale is in the Western Conference on because Utah beat Denver early in the day, and then the late game at night Dallas, beat the La Clippers, and now scowl both of those series are tied at one one Ryan. How me out here the clippers touted as the best defensive team in the fourth quarter and Dallas we know they've had their struggles on the offensive end in the fourth quarter. Can you explain to me why the clippers went zone defense in that fourth in and what is their deal right now they just gonNA play small the rest of the way and If they are what you think about that small line A-. If because watched started the game for the clippers. Their typical starting center only played eighteen minutes. He didn't really have an impact as you mentioned, they did go small lot scowl they played some zone and whatever they're doing defensively isn't working and I think I really miss read this series scowl I thought the a wing talent and depth especially on the defensive end of the court between Kawhi Leonard and Paul George would be enough to slow down Luca DANNI SCALP. maybe nobody can look announced the way he's played Scalia another huge game for the Dallas Mavericks in their one, twenty, seven, fourteen when look ahead twenty eight points, eight rebounds and seven assists and the clippers defense had no answer for Luca and the rest of the Mavericks No, they had no answer for Lucan they had no answer for let's let's keep it real here. They had no answer for Trey Burke Seth Curry Dhillon right I think Tim Hardaway. Jr out there. So they had no answer at all in the fourth quarter, which is a little disturbing upon the clipper fan because you should be hanging in there hanging with the clipper a hanging with the Mavericks. Next to you know you get to that fourth quarter you're supposed to put the clamps on these guys. So if I have quite Leonard in Paul George My team are those are are the clippers worried that he they can't stop Luca is that's what's Going on here, then Luke must be the best player in the NBA right now because those guys are supposed to be the best wing defenders, we've said it all year on this show that those guys are are built to stop Lebron James. Well if I say they're built to stop the brine, but they're not built to stop. Luca a question are they built a stop Lebron or his Luca surpassed the Bronx in the best player in the Western Conference right now? All certainly playing like it. He said NBA playoff record scale through two games in the first two games of Lucas playoff career after game two scales, seventy points combined, and that is the most in NBA history at forty two points in a game one loss for the Mavericks and then Twenty eight points on Wednesday night in a game to win
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"It's easier to fill children with their smaller. Gross as sort of like getting a lot of ways but if you said Children erasing like like children are like a high ball. Glass and adults are like tiny. And so there's that but if you mean Senate like you know it was going to say okay. Well is got a mixed drink. What vintage Z.? Visit Beer here here. Is that how that opium who knows. How did you feel the glass of the masses? I don't drink opium it I mean. I hope you're not drinking. I'm pretty sure you're drinking marijuana's don't you. We're doing doing it wrong. I can assure you that I do not drink. Marijuana Haram. Smoking them drugs. Yeah been smoking them alcohol.
"marijuana" Discussed on The Pulse
"Daniel Piomelli as a professor at university of California Irvine and directs the school. New center for the study of cannabis. I think what we need to understand is if there is a level above which kind of is becomes seriously problematic and the result before which kind of is still not problematic. Danielle says to be clear he also wouldn't recommend that women used any kind of marijuana while pregnant or breastfeeding, but he also says researchers like him have a duty to find out if women are going to use are there, safer ways. Those are questions he hopes to answer. This is a harm reduction aptitude that I think has really lacked in the past because what prevailed in still I think a little bit psychologically prevails is the idea of say no Danielle says any definitive answers are still potentially decades away. That's Michelle Loy. She's a reporter at KCRW. Her story was produced as a project for the USC Annenberg center for health journalism twenty eighteen California. Fellowship. We're talking about marijuana all of the new questions and issues that are popping up as attitudes and laws are changing at a rapid pace. I think there are some idea out there that because we're legalizing it. It means that it faith when we we really don't know. That's the case. That's Karen Wilson. She's a professor of pediatrics at the Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. She's been researching the health impacts of secondhand tobacco smoke on children for years. We noticed that more and more parents were saying, oh, no, I don't smoke tobacco anymore just marijuana because it's natural. And at that point, we all realize that marijuana was becoming normalized even more so than tobacco, and we are quite concerned that as we moved into legalization that would mean that more children would be exposed to second hand marijuana smoke. Karen says at this point we still don't know very much about the health impacts of second hand marijuana smoke on chill. Children does it irritate their lungs. Could it affect issues like asthma in one study? She found almost half of children whose parents smoke marijuana tested positive for lower levels of THC and some of those kids would have tested positive in a drug test. And what does that mean does that mean that they felt the psychoactive effects of marijuana? Or does it just mean that they were in the presence of it? It just means they were in the presence of it. We really don't know anything about how they are experiencing this. We don't know if children are more susceptible to the influences, or maybe they're less susceptible to the influences. There is no data on that part of what has made this difficult is that in many cases being exposed to marijuana smoke is still reportable to child protective services, and so doing research and being able to identify families where this is occurring can. Can be really problematic and in all of the cases when we've studied this. We've done this anonymously. So we can't go back and link those results with any specific patient, which makes it much much harder to do the kind of long term follow up studies that we would need to do to be able to understand the true effects of this children. Karen Wilson is a professor of pediatrics at the Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Medical marijuana is becoming so much more available, but many of the ground rules are still unclear who benefits from it who should take it. And for what does it have a role at all in pediatrics back in two thousand nine Marie Myung Oakley noticed a change in her son. He has autism and his tantrums suddenly started to escalate after he turned nine he was having a lot of violence. He was hitting people. He was hitting himself. He would be destructive in her house. He destroyed a lot of things, you know, towel bars were bent walls had dents in. And he also most disturbingly started to eat his clothing. This is an eating disorder called pica where people eat things that are not food. Jason's paiko was so severe..
"marijuana" Discussed on The Pulse
"Knowing marijuana is messing with your life goals and still getting high all the same. He says there's a growing number of people in the US like me people who wanna cut down or stop altogether. He thinks maybe it's because the weed itself is more potent these days anything less than fifteen percent THC is a rip off the back in the nineteen seventies. It was three to six percent THC harder to get addicted to less dangerous certain dangerous compared to uncle the drugs changed. In the meantime, do you think? We ever underestimated. The issue of problem users when we started examining issues around legalization. I don't know. But we sure noted he says about thirty years ago when they looked at people who had used marijuana in the past month. Only eleven percent of them were daily users today Mark says that number is more like thirty five percent again about a third of them report. The symptoms of cannabis users order and those heavy users account for about eighty five percent of the week consumes one of these things that I encounter all the time are people who like to tell me that. I can't be an addict, what do I say to these people? I mean, I know what I'd say them. But I can't say on the air. I talked to Dr J Michael Bostick. He's a professor of psychiatry at the mayo clinic who specializes in addiction counseling, I told him the same thing. How people like to tell me that I couldn't possibly be addicted to weed that that is complete garbage. But again, if you go with the definition that there's a problem as a result of you use whether you're meeting your goals is the family member or as a. Apparent or as a spouse as an adult or whether potential your substance uses interfering with your progress. And it doesn't much matter. What other people say? So I tell him about how I started breaking promises to myself smoking earlier and earlier every day, for example, since it is psychoactive, I would say that you probably liked the way that it made you feel and on one level wanted to feel that way all the time. But on the other level may have felt I don't know you'll have to speak to this uncomfortable when you weren't high when you got up in the morning, I did feel that way. And as it went on I began to feel more and more uncomfortable all the time, and you probably increased your the amount that you were taking in. I sure did which is almost an exact description of any kind of addictive substance or practice. Anyway, that's how smoking everyday me feel, but I also wanted to know what it was doing to my brain. So for that I reached out to Dr Susan Weiss. A psychologist and senior science adviser at the National Institute of drug abuse. Hannah-beth is a very interesting drug because there is an entire signaling system called the Endo cabinet system. She told me the system goes through different parts of your brain and body. There's a hit the campus which is an area of the brain that's important for memory. And we know that marijuana impairs memory..
"marijuana" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"I mean, time is a part of that equation, and so under armor is going to have to put in some time to do that. But I think that they've got some decision making going now that has got this company headed back in the right direction in terms of the next twelve months for under armor. How big is the ecommerce channel? Because one of the things we've seen recently with Nike is they've done a good job of building that out. Yeah, and with Under Armour at sits very much the same story. I mean, we see with the sports authority going under with Dick's sporting goods, obviously, having its own challenges, Nike and Under Armour continue to push that direct consumer channel. It's response for about a third of Under Armour sales today. I expect it will become more as time goes on, definitely the will continue to invest in that channel. The award for IPO of the week goes to event, bright shares of the ticketing and event technology platform rose, seventy percent on its first day of trading. You tell me, Mattie, is event. Right? A stock I need to put on my radar. Well, it's it's an interesting company and I'd I'd qualify that seventy percent because even though the IPO price was twenty three dollars and actually opened a trading at thirty six. So us public investors never have obviously had an opportunity to buy twenty three dollars, but still very impressive debut the company has as far as I understand, it's it's really focused on the smaller creators. So anyone from small artists to fundraising, things like that and and creating events selling tickets to those things. You have two hundred and fifty million dollars in million dollars in revenue over the last twelve months that's growing about fifty percent per year mortgage gap right now is around three billion. So it's the valuations high. And I'd say, I'd wonder how they compete or measure up against a company like live nation, which also does events, but obviously on a bigger scale and also owns venues and has relationships with artists. I think bright is probably a company that's going to focus on the smaller events, smaller artists, and maybe that's their niche well, and that's the thing. When you look at bright to business and sort of the the venues they're working with the exit they're working with in the same way that we talk about young startup beverage companies. Part of their goal is we just want to be bought by a much bigger beverage company. I'm wondering if part of a vent Bright's idea is hopefully at some point live nation is going to buy us. It's possible, but I wonder if live nation would never be interested in doing things at this kind of scale. But you know, hey, event Pryke approves them all out. And I think they've obviously had some nice direction. They they serve seven hundred thousand creators and events last year. There's probably there something to the business. All right, Matt, ARGUS singer, Jason Moser run. Gross guys. We see later in the show up. Next Bloomberg BusinessWeek writer, Ashley Vance. We'll share a few thoughts on Elon Musk, the future of tesla, a couple of technologies that are just flat out, weird, stay right here. You're listening to motley fool money..
"marijuana" Discussed on LIFT EVERY VOICE
"And some of them have licenses for small drug offenses in some marijuana actually was in there with a guy who got twenty two years for running a state licensed medical marijuana dispensary the george w bush administration decided to prosecute him and he's been sitting there for ten years for following state law well senator let me ask you about that people in this country who are currently sitting in jail for marijuana charges as i mentioned cities across the country have really liberalized their marijuana laws philadelphia pittsburgh new york right here in dc and insead atl aware marijuana's legal mayor jenny durkan has led the effort to vacate marijuana convictions altogether here is what she argues for too many who call seattle a home a misdemeanor marijuana conviction or charge created barriers to opportunity to good jobs to housing to credit and to education and it disproportionately targeted communities of color by asking the seattle municipal court to vacate those convictions i think we take a step closer to having a more just society in a brighter future for our neighbors and to putting our progressive values into action senator that is also a key part of your bill talk more about that i have a real triple my shoulder for all these people who are like hey let's legalize marijuana and now it's only legal but yet there are these disproportionately impacted communities that are carrying that life sentence i expressed before and so to say that you hear about legalizing marijuana and if you don't say in your next breath and we should expunge the records of those people who've been caught up in this unjust persecution to me you're not you're not addressing the the the shameful past of this country and so my legislation goes even further than that it's also about expunging but it's also about all this tax revenue coming because remember marijuana arrests were not diffused throughout the united states of america they were concentrated in certain communities and certain neighborhoods where you're taking people away from their families their children are suffering now you're lowering the economic wellbeing of entire communities and so all these tax receipts that are coming in now we should be reinvesting in those communities have been disproportionately impacted reinvesting in education programs job training programs drug treatment programs to try to get restorative justice back there and the other thing my bill does is it incentivizes states to change their marijuana laws if they've been disproportionately impacting communities through its enforcement creates a carrot and the stick mine you if they don't we've got to be about restorative justice and we've understand that since the nineteen sixties and seventies we've been engaging a war on drugs which has really been a war on people has verily damaged a communities in ways that have caused serious serious harm that we should be redressing so i want to ask this question to you well then and then senator booker if you could address it so we're having this conversation about the war marijuana specifically but we we can't separate that from this broader conversation that we're having nationwide about the criminal justice system weldon you were caught up in a system directly connected to mandatory minimum sentencing and how many people think how harsh assistant that is you need you leave no space for thought or logical sentencing and few months ago senator we were able to have a bipartisan coalition really thinking about sentencing reform so while i think my question to you i is how do you address and what do you think are the steps that we should take to really break down and look at the entire system as a whole we definitely need to get rid of mandatory minimums i think that'd be a good place to start and as far as ending the war on drugs i think ending marijuana prohibition is the first step and finally ending the destructive wasteful and then senator can i ask you we have this bipartisan coalition on sentencing you saw momentum at the federal level you saw an attorney general under eric holder put out of a number of edicts to his prosecutors across the country and we've seen a major rollback in the last eighteen months where are we today i just want to tack the premise of your question not attack attic on premise because most americans have no clue what is going on in our names every single day criminal remember it's the state versus where the people vs we are the people and we've allowed this nation that professes to be.
"marijuana" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"The way to seizures excuse me so i am very excited about this year should be too because it means that we are going to be in a place very very soon where the outlawing of marijuana will be thing of the past you will you you may have to walk into a doctor's office and get prescribed to you but you're going to be able to do that and you're going to be able to use all the positive stuff that comes from the marijuana plant and and and you know the benefits of that which should be the case from the beginning nobody should be stopping you from using drug if you want to use the drug it it's ridiculous especially for something like that i mean can you imagine if you had a son or a daughter that's having some of them are having like like ten fifteen seizures a day some have more than that but i'm saying i'm you know you've got one that so you've got a kid having ten seizures day and cbd oil knocks it down to two i mean think about that think about how incredible that would be another says forty percents all right let's say knocked down from ten to six think about the increase in the quality of life of your child thing about your increase in the quality of your life it's it's just it's unreasonable ridiculous that it's taken this long to get something like this on the market and the truth is if we didn't have these schedule they didn't classify this as a schedule one drug if they would just let people use it and work with it i think they'd find a lot more uses for it as well i don't know you think about people with anxiety and and depression and all of the different things that that that that marijuana would be used to treat if legal and it just i don't i'm not a drug user guys this is the thing you need to understand i'm not i'm not i do not partake day i'm not a drug user it just is it's something that i don't understand why the government gets in front of we're talking about positive and negative rights in a minute and this actually has real in an important application there in being a negative rights in negative right meaning no one should stand in your way from the you know from from from from pursuing this and for some reason the government has seen fit to stand in the way of this and all it does cause harm there's there's no there's no real positive outcome from from making marijuana illegal none if you want the truth of it there's no real positive outcome making any drug illegal because of people wanted they're gonna get it and somebody's going to be there to supply it the only question is do you create a black market around it or not and if you want to calculate the loss of life to illegal drug use and compare it to the loss of life from drug cartels from people who are trying to smuggle drugs across the border from violence related to the sale of drugs by the by the cartels by the drug dealers and the gangs the the drug war itself has cost a hundred times as many lives as the drugs them so you wrap your head around that total number of people who died from the drugs themselves versus the number of people who died in the drug war it's astronomical in these incalculable how many people how many lives have been damaged from the drug war and the truth is people still using drugs where there are no fewer drugs on the street today than there ever have been it's still continue states still continues it'll continue as long as people want we learned nothing from prohibition nothing if you're going out law something that everybody wants they're going to create a black market around and there's going to be an underground in in that case the mob that's gonna rise up during that time period to control the illegal activity and what happened after prohibition ended where the mob go away now the shifted they shifted to gambling and drugs now started to get a.
"marijuana" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Of health services when this thing recently passed its recreational legislation adult over twenty one can grow three plants for personal consumption we took the you know we were confused as to where the citizenry fell in the the opinion of of commercial marijuana so we took it to town meeting and what happened and well the citizen said we don't want commercial cultivation or sales of marijuana community that's the way shook out and they were a strong home rule state in our legislative body like emmers is town meeting this people smoke and i think everybody's pretty happy with it you know those that that one recreational marijuana the personal use can cultivate it if you need it for their medical care have access to it yeah and you know the the yeah and you and and the people spoke and you listen i hear brian thank you very much for the call so andrew miller i know you have to go and we're coming up on a break here what do you want us to remember about your experience in north andover massachusetts with legalize marijuana i think first of all it is one of those topics we often say that community engagement is sort of a dying hub so industry right or what's happening culturally we don't get as much community engagement as like we have historically speaking this is one of these topics that will reinvigorate that type of community dialogue which is important and second of the regulatory landscape and massachusetts is not yet cleared there's a lot of confusion around what is and what isn't allowed what will all mean and so i think there was some reference earlier in the program to the fact that will take some number of years before this the clear understanding of what this means and i think that's the case in massachusetts and you'll need to be some facilities that open and they'll need to be our clear understanding from a regulatory perspective of what's allowed and not allowed and what the ramifications of what that aren't so thanks for telling us your experience andrew mailer in town manager of north andover massachusetts interesting case study we're discussing the state by state legalization of recreational marijuana my listeners you can join us it's not legal for teens but are you worried.
"marijuana" Discussed on The Full 48
"When people think about marijuana you and folks like you if they're skeptical isn't the the other side of this that look guys are being medicated many other ways that may not be healthy for you anyway told me about how much you saw of the anti the pills how much do guys have to take just to get through a season it's a lot man it's it's not only our sport but football as well but it's it's it's a long grind for basketball it's eight months and that's training camp that's training in the summer then this training camp preseason games it's practice it's playoff it's championships it's it's a long run and for anybody's body just to be able to put up with that is not natural so you're going to have to take something along the way antiinflammatories painkillers muscle relaxers whatever the situation may be to help get your body through it or get your body ready you know what i mean so it's it's something that you know temporarily put you in a place where you can succeed you know with with these pills but in the longterm or killing your kidneys killing your insides and gods are really being addicted to it you know not to bring up old but i think brett farve remember when i was younger brett farve got addicted the vicadin and it was a really big deal and he had to go to rehab you know you really don't see any of that with you know with the marijuana side and even though it's illegal to me i did a better job of just covering all your bases instead of you know some some because at this point you need some kind of ice whether it's you know a glass of wine or a cocktail to go to sleep and relaxed at the end of the day pills to sleep pills for paying you know for me we did all that.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"It goes up in the negotiating and then goes up again like i was i looked at like when sarah palin said that she gets russia from her well no not that that was a bad moment but what she said that she civil partnership should be legal i know it sounded to people that want to gain marriage to be legal like an ignorant statement but to me i look at it went wow if a republican vice presidential candidate can't get away with saying civil partners rush shouldn't be legal this seems like a weird version of progress in the same way like when the koch coke when the coke brothers say we need to end the war on drugs it means that there's been a some sort jeff sessions it means they of their sons got popped with fenton maybe so yeah but it feels like like jeff sessions is a blip activity fist against the ocean right against the endlessly rise he can like he can't he can't stop it right you're going to go to the governor of colorado you're gonna go to all the millionaires who invested in marijuana colorado be like oh no wait everybody's going to jail those mother fuckers have just as much money empowers jeff sessions in certain ways you can't it's too late too late matani little i don't recall and when you that's interesting things are hard questions i didn't know there be questions sam for who wants a cookie but it's not just by the way it's not just the it's not just jeff sessions it was a marijuana becoming legal but there was by the way let's not forget that jeff sessions was to racist to be a federal judge in one thousand nine hundred six i was putting it that's what i'm saying happened.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"That changed not the heart hearts of young people but of grandparents who thought finally like this just doesn't make any sense anymore yeah and libertarians on some weird right got to get those white people involved somehow also helps it like nancy reagan's been gone for a while right thank god for seriously like harmful to reagan clinton also i don't mind clinton is the president but he threw a lot of people in jail behind we'd we thought that clinton was gonna actually help need allies marijuana federal lead he did not help and what happened when saxophone was a real throwing us off the center he reads walter mosely books i kind of tried to like it and what what is it that happened with people that were in jail once this law passed in california have people been led out of jail because i heard people have been let out of jail people have gotten their records expunged right so if you went to jail or if you have a record for felony felony possession if according to the new rules you're infraction now is series is was you can get a change and get expansion getting record dropped did p p walkout they started they started letting people out of jail almost immediately i know tons of people who had all their cases dropped pending and then the law passed like all the judges put all the cases on hold right like well we can we can try this case but it might all change in a month and then so after the election they're like cases minsk and i've also heard that there's like moves toward like employment programs in the marijuana industry for like people who had been previously convicted certain areas oakland's doing that sacramento's got a program where they're actually giving money which is good in loans and training programs those people who were convicted of felony marijuana charges a went to prison who are led out are they do you know are they allowed to vote now in california you could vote so they have done the felon i think phones in california can vote no just zona you can't with the entire country that you know a state by state.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Oh interesting it's like a cop right it's like a break it's like the narko polo of your brain lissette knuckle polo it's not just for italy anymore everybody has had too much thc at one time or another everybody here has got way too stone and i'm like oh my god flick freaking out there the audience jackie related they're like cbd was almost bread out oh into marijuana because you can't feel it it's not psychoactive and so everybody wants hb team percent nineteen percent twenty two percent twenty three percent you smoke that much you could be too high so with cbd is starting to come back into more marijuana usage they find has a lot of medicinal things and also if you get way too stoned have a cd laws in or cbd granola or something like that or the smooth you out a little bit it is a good for dogs it is good for dog that's what they're they're being given into dogs on for your listen live in highland park on fourth of july you wanna knock your dog the fuck out i've been just hitting it with a ranch like a lot eighteen that the milk i'm going to beat my dog he didn't he was too scared to fly so they would knock him out with a wrench which was kinda crazy because i would like eventually give you some serious traumatic brain injury but anyway mr t if you're listening right now i don't think you're treated right so cbd now also is with children there's something to do with it helps with the events if you have the vets absolute epilepsy which.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"You know monopolize academies plant so they haven't really been looking forward to can they not it feels like we're on the on the precipice of them being able to do just that or at least maybe big big alcohol and big tobacco taking over it's coming but the challenge of course is marijuana has hundreds of different chemicals right so it's not just what they find look yet it's not just the thc or just the cbd that is most effective right so it's what is called the entourage effects when you smoke a joint that's what you smoke a little bit you turtle up just a tad and you close deal after til after til tequila they call this the odds is affect baby all the all the different chemicals in marijuana did you just make love to a man and not have any sexual pleasure that's the entourage what it's because marijuana works as a team right that the chemicals in the marijuana work as a team to affect the problems it's not just one thing although they found certain things like cbd is really good at anti inflammation right so it keep down swelling which is where you get a lot of pain and south rightish got the ms whatever so they find cbd helps a lot with that so let's the active ingredients in marijuana the with yet you is which what does it do if not for med medicinal use what is it doing it also acts as a somewhat of a thc inhibitor so you don't get too high.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Design designed from the lord our god but we move into medicine right the idea that pot is able to actually he'll things that also has often to me felt over prescribed i wanna talk about that but let's talk before we get into that about marijuana medical marijuana legalization because that started i right that's right for real full legalisation full decriminalization how did that movement start and how was it successful so when the aids crisis hit in the mid to late eighty s people started noticing in san francisco especially that aids patients who ingest a little cannabis we'd lived a little longer did a little better so there was a big push to get cannabis to people and of course this is completely against the law so there were pioneers like denis perron brownie mary who just defied the law went out and handed out we do people gave weeden delivered pot brownies and everything and then people started to notice that it did have an effect that it did help so they'd started to study it's hard to do studies when a drug is federally illegal they build a lot of different roadblocks and then from there built and building people started putting together cannabis clubs they realized that we'd was helping because i mean people have known that marijuana has killed cancer cells in in what do you call it an in vitro or in the in the two in a tube since the seventies side spanish scientists figure that out in the seventies so they've known the marijuana has mtc has different effects but of course big pharma cans.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Oh sorry every mammal that has receptors every mammal has a little thing in their brain i learned this vice i don't know node receptors it's true there in wales like has to be ritual your body produces its own candidates as well at least put put away the whale bro i would love to right through the blowhole holding tonight four there was a communal way that was always so back you so all all mammals have the ability to get high on on a thing is that what it'll take in what i just i can't i feel like that means something it's been around for all of us i was also a method sceptre i don't think there is mad there is actually a meth receptor and it's bad the math is bad if you're listening right now mr sessions meth is bad they they will will throw people in jail for using it and that's where we disagree but no but the idea with meth is that there's something in the brain that i've heard this there's something in the brain that happens with meth where it it creates a an inability to find pleasure or get back to your dopamine yeah without more meth and more benign don't do that so okay let's not get too far into the drug war but sticking on on cannabis and marijuana not only do we have the ability to all human beings have the ability to get high and you're saying maybe that's biological caitlyn i mean it is biological.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Right and it's beautiful and it's beautiful because turpin have different smells right so that's why different people you smell a back of we'd like now that's not that's the one that's because your nose knows because marijuana want you to be happy so it makes it easy for you to figure out marijuana you like not to get too it's like my mom you just went from sounding extremely scientific not at all scientific in any way it can be both best way to do and i'm curious like not to get to medicine do you believe that there is some sort of like psycho spiritual aspects to marijuana being there and getting us high as a people caitlin is the mazda typically nodding right now she has somehow produced a a rose i do i agree with that you know weed and he was kind of grown up together for a long time we've been working together for for a lot of things we'd like the girl next door up in no one we'd for a long time and when you think about the recreational drugs and what they're known for like alcohol is kind of a depressant and nicotine is a psycho stimulant but it doesn't really seem to create a bigger awareness of other things or mild euphoria like marijuana does different buzz i think it can be very spiritual my ex wife thinks that marijuana just gives you what you need right so like when you hang out with people who are like i don't smoke weed makes me sleepy it's probably 'cause they need more sleep ousting.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Right like i don't tell me if i'm wrong about that but the wasn't we didn't think about pot as this recreational drug again until much later history or that's not true at all because if you listen to like old hey sorry sorry i didn't mean to be an as no you weren't being an asshole they were being part of being a host is being curious and being wrong sometimes you know and not getting dumped on my own audience so the legal if you listen to like cab calloway duke ellington allow those guys songs like reefer man and the fiber these are all that cat is high all these other songs were glorifying marijuana and and you know kept calloway's like the dr dre snoop dogg in the forties all his songs about drugs and women being abused no mature game happy story at all but i'm sure you're right though that in movies and stuff because of all the censorship and stuff that was happening at the time there is probably different between movies and music that's what i was saying right because in my in my absolute alive is what you're saying saying like like music culture didn't have the same restraints that like movies these in iraq if you think of dragnet movies that very strict codes that unlike prior to the code movies were filled with sex and drugs and there would like all others guar and there's a couple of decades of like really weird movies that are like almost silent films but better talking about sex and drugs and then all of a sudden win the codes came in they sort of changed then maybe that's why i don't it doesn't loom large and i'm not that i'm like some student of american history but it seems like it came back into the conversation and maybe this is more racism in the fifties and sixties around the sixties when the.
"marijuana" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"You guys like smoking weed heck i do even though it's been twenty years since i've done so i missed that sticky achey dank and now it's become legal in california where a few months past legalization and it's time for us to get a lay of the green asland we're talking marijuana this month on how tall with guest comedian slash expert in guy ob lem who's a dude that i've been doing comedy with for a very long time and those more about weed than anybody i know caitlin gill forget who else what believe it or not i forgot who the guests were on my own marijuana podcast had a sony moment but here's who they are and guy ob elim i told you about him caitlyn gill truly very funny a powerhouse emily heller you know from comedy central and she's writing on the show barry and john daly a funny man you might know from the show i'm dying up here but he'll be smoking in here because it's about marijuana if you get now if you like having a good time he probably like smoking pot and you also probably like stand up comedy and you also probably like me well my brand new netflix special is streaming now alongside my wife natasha lazaro we have a three part net flicks stand up special it's called the honeymoon standup special she does stand up i do stand up and then we pull couples out of the crowd to roast them just the way you want to roast that tasty blunt in front of you right now so sit back relax learn all there is to learn about marijuana from the past two prohibition to the present and legalization one love.
"marijuana" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"There are a thorough scientific research showing that medical marijuana or a type of marijuana is an effective treatment uh itself for mental illness so uh you know without any other type of treatment that would be a huge mistake i i in my opinion for someone to go down that road and and look at it as the only type of treatment that they're going to receive for further rental illness and to it to your second point that the research really is as infancy in this in this area and it's going to be a long time a long time another ten or twenty years before we have clear answers as to whether the marijuana four mental illness or depression for bipolar disorder or anxiety is really ineffective and scientifically validated treatment all we have today or a lot of initial studies done um they have not been replicated that we don't know have robust re uh results so i do wanna cost and people that we we saw a long ways to go in this area and it would be a very premature to make any conclusive statements about medical of marijuana's yeah helpfulness or harm for a person's mental illness symptoms thank you so much i really appreciate you taking the time to pool together the research on this it's their common question that we get asked a lot and that was a a lot of information in a very quick time but it's much appreciate it thank you for being on the show all had the pleasure thank you so much aright everyone thanks for tuning in remember you can get one week of convenient affordable private online counseling absolutely free anytime anywhere by visiting better help dot com slash slake central and with that we will see you next lee thank you for listening to the site central shafts please rate review and subscribe twos alert on this podcast lean carried jesus xiaosha on social media and with friends and family previous episodes can defend sank central dot com slash sykes central dot com is the internet's oldest and largest independent mental health website sykes central is overseen by up to john grow a mental health experts and one of the prein hearing leaders in online mental health allah host gate how.