• Does thc stay in your body forever?

    someone posted on a website that thc stays in your cells, organs, and even hair forever. Is this true or false? does thc really stay in your body forever or all the thc eventually filters out of your body? Thanks!
    someone posted on a website that thc stays in your cells, organs, and even hair forever. Is this true or false? does thc really stay in your body forever or all the thc eventually filters out of your body? Thanks!
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • How does a tree represent home?

    Today in class, our professor had us explaining the symbolic of a tree. Right, I am also thinking the same as you, what the hell. ANYHOW, I explained it and expressed it the best I could. Now, he wants us to correlate it to home. What is your interpretation of a tree representing home?
    Today in class, our professor had us explaining the symbolic of a tree. Right, I am also thinking the same as you, what the hell. ANYHOW, I explained it and expressed it the best I could. Now, he wants us to correlate it to home. What is your interpretation of a tree representing home?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does this tree need to be cut down?

    This tree has been dropping wood scince last spring and we are worried it will fall on our house or the nieghbors house. Only half of the limbs look rotten, and the other side is starting to make leaves. Early April is when it's leaves come out and by September- early October they are gone.
    This tree has been dropping wood scince last spring and we are worried it will fall on our house or the nieghbors house. Only half of the limbs look rotten, and the other side is starting to make leaves. Early April is when it's leaves come out and by September- early October they are gone.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Bibilical name for house?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which are low carbohydrate food?

    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Yesterday I was walking in the high street in Deptford ; it was 11pm and a man who was apparently awaiting for me, said :you allright?

    Best answer: That's a street term that a drug dealer usually selling either heroin or cocaine asks if a person has bought cocaine or heroin before he will recognize that as a come-on is hey buddy want to buy some dope they just say hey man you alright
    Best answer: That's a street term that a drug dealer usually selling either heroin or cocaine asks if a person has bought cocaine or heroin before he will recognize that as a come-on is hey buddy want to buy some dope they just say hey man you alright
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can you successfully graft 2 young tomato plants together so that one uses both root balls instead of thinning?

    Can you successfully graft 2 young tomato plants together so that one uses both root balls instead of thinning?

    Best answer: It might. You can also increase the roots by laying plant on its side and covering up some of the limbs. Roots will form at the connection when covered with soil.
    Best answer: It might. You can also increase the roots by laying plant on its side and covering up some of the limbs. Roots will form at the connection when covered with soil.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What does synthetic mean in science?

    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • The leaves of a fern?

    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can I raise bees simply to help replenish the population?

    I would gather honey from time to time, but only for personal use, never for commercial purposes. The nearest water source would be ~1 mile away, they'd be placed right under a group of about 4 apple trees I have, as well as being near another apple tree and 2 pear trees, not to mention farmers planting corn... show more
    I would gather honey from time to time, but only for personal use, never for commercial purposes. The nearest water source would be ~1 mile away, they'd be placed right under a group of about 4 apple trees I have, as well as being near another apple tree and 2 pear trees, not to mention farmers planting corn all around where I live.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Does our body’s have to get used to digesting outside survival foods like chamomile flowers, plantain, clovers, ect. ?

    Best answer: You do need to get used to eating a lot of raw food especially mustards in my case. Even raw broccoli causes me quite a lot of pain. There is toxin in even cabbage that is dangerous if you eat enough raw. Apparently I have some pain nerves in my stomach sensitive to that toxin. I could probably get used to even... show more
    Best answer: You do need to get used to eating a lot of raw food especially mustards in my case. Even raw broccoli causes me quite a lot of pain. There is toxin in even cabbage that is dangerous if you eat enough raw. Apparently I have some pain nerves in my stomach sensitive to that toxin. I could probably get used to even that if I had to but it is a good idea to start eating some new food very slowly until you see how it affects you. Some raw vegetables feel great in the stomach like lettuce, minors lettuce and purslane and then there are others that need to be cooked or not eaten. In survival situations you probably don't want to try to eat a lot of some food you aren't used to. It is liable to make you feel nauseous or worse. Clean water is far more important. It would be very hard to get enough calories unless you were a skillful hunter and probably not fussy about what you eat. As pot herbs, sow thistles don't bother me. I could eat as much of them as I pleased. Plantain is kind of hard to eat more than a handful and the same with clovers. Sweat clovers and probably some other clovers can be toxic by the way. It might be some fungus that makes sweat clover hay dangerous. I just remember something makes me cautious about clovers. I do like the look alikes, the oxalis or sorrels. Some of them taste wonderful. You have to be careful an not eat much of them or eat them often because of oxalic acid that makes them tangy. Many of the wild foods have mild but potentially dangerous toxins that prevent them from being more popular. With dandelions it just makes them really bitter as far as I know. Most others start to have some serious side effects if you eat a whole lot of them. Our bodies are better suited to removing small amounts of toxins from various plants. It is why chimps eat a few hundred types of plants. No one plants toxins are going to rise to significant levels if you vary the diet. The point is the natural diet would be eating hundreds of wild foods. A person new to the environment would concentrate on single species and would be more likely to have toxic reaction especially raw plants. I think it would take a long time to get used to most survival foods. Your body would probably be fine digesting the food. It might take you a while to find wild food that is feels good in the stomach or how to prepare them.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is it ok to use a leaf as a tissue?

    Best answer: You do what has to be done. Tree leaves are generally better than no wipe at all, but you still should be careful what plants the leaves are from. Does depend on what you are trying to wipe off. Rinsing with water is probably a better idea, but sometimes there isn't any water to rinse with.
    Best answer: You do what has to be done. Tree leaves are generally better than no wipe at all, but you still should be careful what plants the leaves are from. Does depend on what you are trying to wipe off. Rinsing with water is probably a better idea, but sometimes there isn't any water to rinse with.
    4 answers · 1 month ago