I have to post this now because the product push is in full swing and it could literally save tiny lives.
I can’t wait until October, all the “influencers” are pushing this online NOW. Ethically, I must put my ego aside.
A lot of Pill failures are actually in the hippy chicks taking plant “extracts”. That’s why doctors now ask young women about supplements and herbal remedies immediately after the contraception question. It wouldn’t be ethical to study pill failures but they know there’s a link.
so in context:
“How Smoking Marijuana Damages The Fetal Brain” is horrifying.
“Earlier studies have already found that children of marijuana-smoking mothers more frequently suffer from permanent cognitive deficits, concentration disorders, hyperactivity, and impaired social interactions than non-exposed children of the same age and social background.”
so you cannot blame poverty, Karen.
Remember, they’re now encouraging wine moms to drink while pregnant.
They used to claim nicotine was a “safe” plant extract because the addictive property was removed, supposedly.
“CBD, THC use during early pregnancy can disrupt fetal development”
Nicotine was justified as anti-inflammatory too, and it is:
Weird how all these CBD products were pushed before safety studies like this, and now we have corona-chan distracting.
“A new study published in Scientific Reports, a Nature Research journal, shows how a one-time exposure during early pregnancy to cannabinoids (CBs) – both synthetic and natural—can cause growth issues in a developing embryo. This is the first research to show such a connection in mammals.”
One-time. But not a drug, ya see. That makes sense.
It’s the first research to LOOK. Why was this cleared? And who calls CBD safe? Oh…. the WHO.
Let’s trust those guys!
“muh no public health risks”
Buckle up, I found a LOT.
“In this study, the brain and facial developmental effects caused by one-time exposure to CBs—CBD and THC (the primary ingredients of marijuana)—are very similar to what is seen in fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). Parnell and colleagues also found that when CBs and alcohol were used together, the likelihood of these birth defects more than doubled. They went on to show that these drugs may be causing defects by interacting on a basic cellular level and disrupting signaling between molecules and cells that control growth and development.”
“The CBD amounts administered were within what is considered a therapeutic range for humans.”
“It is concerning how little we know about the use of marijuana, its CBs, and products like CBD oil during pregnancy,” Parnell said. “We know that there is no safe period to drink alcohol during a pregnancy, and I think this research shows the same is likely true of marijuana use.”
Drinking once doesn’t cause FAS, so this is objectively worse. Don’t expect the tradlarpers to talk about anything important re child IQ and birth rates. Nope! Let’s talk about some twit on Twitter again.
I don’t care if you like your CBD rollerball, Karen! You’re better off aborting it now it’s brain damaged!
If you want to de-stress take a poxy bubble bath like a non-druggy.
I expect it causes more miscarriage too, with that effect.
With the results of these one-time exposures, Parnell and Fish are planning to now test smaller, multiple exposures throughout a pregnancy that better mimics real-life usage in human pregnancy.”
That came out after this:
“That’s concerning because CBD may interact with commonly used anesthetics that might be needed during labor and delivery.”
That’s because it’s a drug. It is a drug.
“Many women report that they use CBD oil during pregnancy in order to reduce pregnancy-related nausea.
In general, using CBD while one is pregnant is thought to be safer than smoking cannabis itself or THC-rich products.” [DS: we now know this is wrong, see above]
The hippy Karens must be stopped.
I bet it damages sperm too. That’s all the soy boys need.
There is a lack of conclusive data to determine the effects of CBD hemp oil on a fetus. However, it is known that a growing fetus is equipped with an endocannabinoid system, even when the fetus is only composed of two cells. This system is in all humans and even some animals. The endocannabinoid system is a system composed of endocannabinoids, which are neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors.
In a study conducted on mouse embryos, researchers found that the compound THC inhibited the development of the embryos which contained less than eight cells. Another natural cannabinoid found in the human body, anandamide, also stopped the embryos from developing. CBD can increase levels of anandamide, so there may be negative effects associated with CBD use during pregnancy. It is important to note that this was a study conducted on mice and the results may not be transferable to human subjects.
If you’re gonna be a Western baby birth rate cult, talk about things like this.
The advice to women must account for this.
It’s called dope for a reason.
“marijuana causes significant brain changes by slowing activity in the frontal and temporal lobes”
there’s a known connection to schizophrenia in men, especially those who start before 21, earlier in the teens the higher the risk
“Some argue that marijuana is not addictive, but as it demonstrates, it is a drug like any other.”
I knew this so I had to post.
Alcohol is a drug and it is addictive (alcoholism is an addiction to alcohol, not mere consumption, it’s a pattern of chronic consumption with withdrawal during cessation). As soon as they call their poison “not addictive”, you know it is. It’s like hearing “I can quit any time I want”. Cognitive dissonance, a month of cessation would be intolerable for them.
re above study:
“after studying imaging of 1,000 cannabis users’ brains, there were signs of noticeable deficiencies of blood flow. The study, which included 25,168 non-cannabis users, and 100 healthy controls, shows a scary and obvious difference in blood flow levels for those that used cannabis. Additionally, those that used marijuana showed a significant lack of blood flow in the right hippocampus, the area of the brain that helps with memory formation. This part of the brain is severely affected with those that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease.”
“Our research has proven that marijuana users have lower cerebral blood flow than non-users.”
You also see sluggish cerebral flow in the low IQ. That’s why they call it dope. It has a dopifying effect.
Stupidity is bliss? It’s diagnostic.
“We identified a strong inverse relationship between performance IQ and CBF (-1.5 points per 10 mL/100 g/min increase in CBF, P = .013).”
CBF = cerebral blood flow
I’m not making shit up. If a perma-bachelor over the age of 25 (mature brain) wants to be a druggy, I don’t care. But don’t kill and brain damage the babies!
This has a lot of studies linked: https://www.solcbd.com/blogs/news/cbd-oil-and-fertility-have-facts
In a 2010 Italian paper published online by BioMed Central, the authors argue that disrupting the normal activities of these ECS pathways by adding cannabinoids “can significantly alter many vital in utero processes, including angiogenesis, cellular replication, tissue differentiation, and [fetal] neural cognitive development.”  ….
While THC exposure increased sexual receptivity in female hamsters and rats, it also inhibited their release of luteinizing hormones. These hormones are responsible for ovulation and the development of the corpus luteum. The latter is a hormone-secreting structure in the ovary that plays a role during very early pregnancy. 
They’re pushing CBD products as harmless and trendy onto MINORS.
Aimed at minors.
It inhibits development. Do the math. I couldn’t wait on this. I was going to post this last year but forgot.
In a 2016 paper published by BioMed Central, it is mentioned that in utero exposure to cannabis has been associated with early pregnancy failure, birth defects, and developmental delays in the fetus.
“The results of this study show that the use of cannabis in pregnancy is associated with increased risk of adverse birth outcomes. Prevention programs that address cannabis use during pregnancy are needed.”
“With the increasing publicity of marijuana due to recent legislation, it is pertinent that the effects of fetal exposure
to the drug are assessed. While in utero cannabis exposure has been associated with early pregnancy failure, birth defects and developmental delay, the mechanisms of such outcomes are largely unexplained. Furthermore, the use of cannabinoids in cancer treatment via growth inhibition and apoptosis may indicate how cannabis exposure likely harms a growing fetus. Cannabinoid signaling is required for proper pre-implantation development, embryo transport to the uterus, and uterine receptivity during implantation. In post-implantation development, cannabinoid signaling functions in a multitude of pathways, including, but not limited to, folic acid, VEGF, PCNA, MAPK/ERK, and BDNF. Disrupting the normal activity of these pathways can significantly alter many vital in utero processes, including angiogenesis, cellular replication, tissue differentiation, and neural cognitive development. This paper aims to demonstrate the effects of cannabis exposure on a developing embryo in order to provide a molecular explanation for the adverse outcomes associated with cannabis use during pregnancy.”
The authors also argue that cannabis exposure could very likely harm a fetus due to phytocannabinoids’ effect on cells. This is because CBD and other cannabinoids are associated with cell growth inhibition and cell death, which may be good news for the treatment of cancer, but not for a growing fetus. 
These findings were based on petri dish research, but the same trend was observed in most cell cultures, not just in cancer cells. Obviously, this could mean that healthy cell growth can also be affected. 
This is speculative, however, and not an easy subject to study clinically, but it is clear that much more research is needed before any phytocannabinoid can be declared safe for use by pregnant women.
There appears to be no traceable data regarding CBD and male fertility. The available research centers mostly on marijuana and fertility in males, and it is mostly negative, except for one finding.
How are these products on the market? HOW?
It feels like a DDT style case study waiting to happen.
This research, conducted by Dr. Hans Hatt of Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, has discovered a receptor in sperm cells that is part of the ECS.
Called the GPR18 receptor, it plays a big role in conception. Dr. Hatt explains its function very simply: “The endocannabinoid activates the spermatozoa for fertilization.” This means that it helps the sperm to fertilize the egg or the ova.
The doctor also pointed out that this receptor responds to THC and another cannabinoid, anandamide, with involvement in the sperm’s ability to penetrate the ova. This is encouraging news, but much more study is needed before phytocannabinoids can be considered a possible therapy for male infertility. 
This is also because other research points in the opposite direction for men.
Birth defects suggest it messes with the sperm’s genetics.
And it does.
A total of 1,215 young Danish men aged 18-28 years were recruited between 2008 and 2012 when they attended a compulsory medical examination to determine their fitness for military service. The participants delivered a semen sample, had a blood sample drawn, and underwent a physical examination. They responded to questionnaires including information on marijuana and recreational drug use during the past 3 months (no use, use once per week or less, or use more than once per week). A total of 45% had smoked marijuana within the last 3 months. Regular marijuana smoking more than once per week was associated with a 28% (95% confidence interval (CI): -48, -1) lower sperm concentration and a 29% (95% CI: -46, -1) lower total sperm count after adjustment for confounders. The combined use of marijuana more than once per week and other recreational drugs reduced the sperm concentration by 52% (95% CI: -68, -27) and total sperm count by 55% (95% CI: -71, -31). Marijuana smokers had higher levels of testosterone within the same range as cigarette smokers. Our findings are of public interest as marijuana use is common and may be contributing to recent reports of poor semen quality.
I think we found a cause of generational infertility in men, suck up that red pill.
IVF high in Denmark, wonder why?
Peak health by age and it still impairs their sperm….
The cause is STDs and drugs, obviously. Always has been.
Men are lied to and the SJWs love it.
From the sol link:
The inability to conceive affects both men and women equally. Among couples experiencing infertility, roughly 35 percent is due to problems in the male, while another 35 percent is due to issues in the female. Another 20 percent is a combination of issues in both the male and the female, and the remaining 10 percent is unknown.
Apart from CBD oil for fertility, a number of alternative or complementary therapies are on the rise, all with varying degrees of success.
They claim CBD is antidepressant despite cerebral flow connection to causing it. Gotta keep selling those SSRIs.
“demonstrates that marijuana can have significant negative effects on brain function. The media has given a general impression that marijuana is a safe recreational drug, this research directly challenges that notion.”
Beware anything the MSM pushes. What do druggies do? Sit around watching TV and consuming other ‘entertainment’ like Netflix.
It’s a known scandal that American farms of it are basically a monopoly.
If the effect is anti-stress, it’s a drug. If that’s the only purpose, drink tea. Put on a nicotine patch.
They never explain fully the biological mechanism that makes it work like a drug, without literally being a drug.
The dropper form of CBD is literally a drug, drops are used in pediatrics on babies. It’s sublingual absorption. If it’s ‘extracted’ from a drug, works like a drug and is delivered like a drug… it’s a drug.
Should adults be allowed to be druggies? Over 25, maybe. But why must I pay for stressed-out Karen’s “treatments” on the NHS? Must I pay for her alcohol too? Can she pay for my naps and chocolate?
Why not legalise morphine and laudanum and all the other naughties you used to buy over the counter before the nanny state?
Because people would grow their own poppies. That’s why. It’s too easy to extract.
The method was flawless, before AND after.
“Several studies of perfusion imaging in marijuana users have shown similar results compared to ours. A small O15 PET study in a sample of 12 marijuana users used a randomized clinical trial design to examine brain perfusion before and after marijuana use. The study results found frontal, temporal and occipital lobe hypo-perfusion – all findings concordant with our study.
Zoomers aren’t stupid, they’re polluted.
Although it is often portrayed as harmless, and sometimes even therapeutic, there has not been nearly enough studies done to prove this. In fact, marijuana is often prescribed for issues like anxiety, though studies cannot comprehensively show this to be true. Currently, the available information on the impact marijuana has on the neurophysiology of the brain show, predominantly, depressive effects.”
It’s pushed on women to harm their fetus. Skin cream lingers for hours and ends up in the blood.