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Milkweed Classification

Milkweed classification is the way in which different milkweeds are put into groups with other similar milkweeds. Milkweed classification is not that difficult to understand but can be because of how many different types there are. There are also always new milkweeds being discovered. Overall, there are about 120 different kinds of milkweed(“Milkweed”). Milkweed classification […]

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Distribution of Spotted Knapweed in Michigan

Abstract Our study aimed to determine the distribution of spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) throughout Michigan from 1920-2018. Spotted knapweed is an invasive species that was first documented in the United States in 1883 (Jacobs, 2012). Gradually, the populations have varied through the Midwest Herbaria’s online collection. We took every specimen available on the online herbaria […]

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Why does People Consume Weed/Marijuana?

The definition of “weed” is: a wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants. Most of the people that use weed are young adults but nowadays more than only young adults or teenagers use it, if you search up on the web “why does people consume weed/marijuana?” the answer […]

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Duckweed’s Response to Varying Levels of Temperature and Fertilizer Concentration

Lemna minor, commonly known as duckweed, is viewed by most people as an unimpressive and even revolting plant that inhabits common water ways. They possess tiny leaves and short roots which aid in reproduction. Despite occupying fresh and contaminated water bodies across the globe, the most prolific species of duckweed exist in tropical or subtropical […]

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Is Jimson Weed the Next Miracle Cure or the Next Drug Epidemic

1676 is the year that Bacon’s Rebellion began (Spearman, 2018). This rebellion was escalating so the British sent troops to control Bacon’s Militia. After suppressing Bacon’s forces, the British troop decided to investigate the hallucinogenic plants they had heard about from locals. One plant that they found was Jimson weed. After eating the troops hallucinated […]

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Smoking Weed Everyday

“Smoke weed everyday” is a popular term used by snoop dog. But, how would someone be affected if they did smoke weed everyday? This in itself is a very complicated question, as it is very hard to know exactly what happens and specifically why it happens. It is hard to know how the chemicals in […]

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Weed the Answer to PTSD?

When I was a junior in high school I remember watching a news segment about a veteran that used marijuana as a treatment for his PTSD. He talked about his struggle with opioids that were prescribed to him at the Veterans Affairs hospital (VA). I watched in astonishment as this man risked being arrested for […]

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Effects of the Weed Industry on Humboldt County

The air moves slowly in the valley. The afternoon winds that rush through the clearings have yet to appear. Silence hangs in the immense forest. An eagle flies through the crisp air, gliding across the luscious green treetops of pines and firs. Ahead the river appears. A mass of vibrant rushing water winding for miles […]

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Henbit Weed

The Henbit also known as Lamium amplexicaule which is its scientific name is considered an invasive species to the western part of the United States and the rest of the country. Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Mediterranean region is where the Henbit originates from. (4) Natural dispersal, vector transmission, agricultural practices, accidental introduction, and intentional […]

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Ironweed by William Kennedy

William Kennedy’s Ironweed, which was published in 1983 is a story depicting an ex baseball player who is on a journey to exalt all the things that he has done in the past. Francis Phelen has been on the run for 22 years after accidently dropping his son and killing him. I believe that the […]

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Is Weed Good or Bad for You?

Marijuana is very well known as an extremely harmful plant that can cause severe medical problems and is seen to be nothing more than another substance problem equivalent to alcohol or tobacco. In today’s society we need to see both sides of the matter and although medical marijuana has great benefits and economic value, research […]

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How Medical Marijuana Works, and which Conditions it Treats

Since the first discovery of the drug Marijuana back in America during the year 1611, discussion of the utilization and legitimization of the professed to-be Calendar I medicate spread around the country. While couple of specific states right now permit maryjane’s creation and dissemination, the rest of the states still skepticize the innocuousness and handiness […]

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Pros and Cons of Legalizing Marijuana

When we first picked our topic for our presentations I had an idea of what we were going to do. Ideas from school shootings to you and human trafficking were some I was thinking of. The drug epidemic was what first came to thought but I felt that was to broad of of a topic. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1146 Topics: Marijuana, Marijuana Legalization, Weed

Marijuana Legalization and Regulation

Medications/Drugs are a part of everyday life. We take medications for various ailments, to return ourselves to good health. Yet, as time and healthcare technology have moved along, we have discovered that some medications or drugs are inherently good (i.e.: antibiotics, cancer medications, and insulin) and some are inherently bad or, at least, can be […]

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Medical Marijuana and Marijuana Legalization

Thursday, June 09, 2011 Much debate has been conducted regarding the legalization of marijuana, with an unusual amount of contradicting research. There are many perspectives to take into account, and they always seem to come down to the personal motives of the debater. Whether it’s being argued from a medical, political, or economical perspective; it […]

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