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ragweed

n. inferior marijuana. (Drugs.) Bart just sells ragweed except to his friends.
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Ragweed is nearly everywhere Considering there are many different species of ragweed plants that grow across the U.
The approval of Ragwitek offers millions of adults living with ragweed pollen allergies in the United States an alternative to allergy shots to help manage their disease, said Karen Midthun, M.
SLIT for grass allergy will be approved for patients aged 5-65, while SLIT for ragweed will receive an indication for 18- to 65-year-olds.
If the committee, which granted approval for grass allergy tablets in December, also approves the ragweed allergy tablets, the FDA will then have to approve both the grass and ragweed tablets before they can be made available to allergy sufferers.
Children and adults in Central Massachusetts who suffer from fall allergies brought on by pollen exposure -- with ragweed at the top of the list -- have already been suffering itchy eyes and noses for weeks.
Our goal in this study was to further evaluate the safety and tolerability, and define the therapeutic efficacy, of sublingual immunotherapy with a standardized liquid ragweed allergen extract as a potential method of treatment for patients burdened by ragweed-induced allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.
announced positive results from a Phase III trial of its Pollinex Quattro ragweed vaccine, but confirmed that trials in the United States are still on hold.
Earthworms deliberately gather and bury ragweed seeds from around their burrows, reports a new study in the Journal of Applied Ecology.
A recent report from the nonprofit Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) entitled "Sneezing and Wheezing: How Global Warming Could Increase Ragweed Allergies, Air Pollution and Asthma" details how ragweed, one of the most common allergens in the U.
When blended with DuPont sulfonylurea pre-emergence soybean products, flumioxazin will provide enhanced residual activity on key weeds, such as waterhemp, Palmer amaranth, black nightshade, common ragweed, annual grasses, and other glyphosate-tolerant weeds.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Experimental Ragweed Therapy Offers Allergy Sufferers Longer Relief with Fewer Shots, October 4, 2006
Police have broken down doors, screamed obscenities, and held innocent people at gunpoint only to discover that what they thought were marijuana plants were really sunflowers, hibiscus, ragweed, tomatoes, or elderberry bushes.
They found the city locations, which had higher levels of carbon dioxide, produced more robust and faster-growing ragweed.
COUNTRY rockers Cross Canadian Ragweed drew a record crowd of 23,656 fans to their post-race concert at Dallas' Lone Star Park last week.
In the San Fernando Valley, such pollen from walnut and ash trees, ragweed and rye grass have been especially hard on hay fever and asthma sufferers.