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Kalla: 'Marijuana can be used as seasoning'
Possession of marijuana should remain a crime in Indonesia, but chefs who use it to spice or season their curries should not be arrested. That is the statement that was made by Indonesia's vice-President Yusuf Kalla. Cooks in parts of Indonesia say they use tiny amounts of crushed marijuana leaves or seeds as a spice in certain dishes.
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Marijuana is Marijuana always. It is so stupid to be blind if the herb is used for food season. Who can truest that the Marijuana will be kept in a tight container and will be used ONLY for food purposes? Who will assure that the chief will not smoke one or two Marjuana cigarrets while prepare the seasoned food?
Only people that don't know the corruption in Indonesia can beleive that this "SEASON" will be used only for food!!!



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Suami5 yth.,


Marijuana is Marijuana always.
  • It is so stupid to be blind if the herb is used for food season. Who can trust that the Marijuana will be kept in a tight container and will be used ONLY for food purposes? Who will assure that the chief will not smoke one or two Marjuana cigarrets while prepare the seasoned food?
  • Only people that don't know the corruption in Indonesia can beleive that this "SEASON" will be used only for food!!!


  • " ..... if we follow your 'logic' then poppy seed should be forbidden too, for we use it for bakery products and some sorts of bread ......."





  • 'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

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    False positive drug tests
    Although the drug opium is produced by "milking" latex from the unripe fruits ("seed pods" Emoticon: Wink rather than from the seeds, all parts of the plant can contain or carry the opium alkaloids, especially morphine and codeine. This means that eating foods (e.g., muffins) that contain poppy seeds can result in a false positive for opiates in a drug test.

    This was considered "confirmed" by the presenters of the television program MythBusters. One participant, Adam Savage, who ate an entire loaf of poppy seed cake tested positive for opiates just half an hour later. A second participant, Jamie Hyneman, who ate three poppy seed bagels, first tested positive two hours after eating. Both tested positive for the remainder of the day, but were clean 18 hours later. The show "Brainiac: Science Abuse" also did experiments where a priest ate several poppy seed bagels and gave a sample, which also resulted in a false positive.

    The results of this experiment are inconclusive by current standards, because a test was used with an opiate cutoff level of 300 ng/mL instead of the current SAMHSA recommended cutoff level used in the NIDA 5 test, which was raised from 300 ng/mL to 2,000 ng/mL in 1998 in order to avoid false positives from poppy seeds [1]. However, according to an article published in the Medical Science Law Journal, after ingesting "a curry meal or two containing various amounts of washed seeds" where total morphine levels were in the range 58.4 to 62.2 g/g seeds, the urinary morphine levels were found to range as high as 1.27 g/mL (1,270 ng/mL) urine [2]. Another article in the Journal of Forensic Science reports that concentration of morphine in some batches of seeds may be as high as 251 g/g [3]. In both studies codeine was also present in the seeds in smaller concentrations. Therefore it is possible to cross the current standard 2,000 ng/mL limit of detection, depending on seed potency and quantity ingested. Some toxicology labs still continue to use a cuttoff level of 300 ng/mL [4




    suami5
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    AnisJ: Poppy Seeds are not a drug.
    Please, read the note attached before this.



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    "So is it tested also with Marijuana seeds too ...... ???''



    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

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    aaaaaaaaaaaaah legalisation is never going to happen in indonesia unfortunately... the police are making too much money as it is and also the tobacco lobby would never let that happen.... why don't people learn from the dutch example??? holland has the lowest percentage of junkies in the world and the lowest amount of drug-deaths too despite all the tourists who come to holland for dope....




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