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ragweed

slang Marijuana, especially that of cheap, inferior quality. I caught Tommy smoking ragweed out back with his friends. Next time you're buying, splash out and get some decent pot, because this shitty ragweed is just awful.

ragweed

n. inferior marijuana. (Drugs.) Bart just sells ragweed except to his friends.
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* Tree, grass, and ragweed pollens thrive during cool nights and warm days.
communa adults were randomly selected from the aforementioned stock culture and randomly released on common ragweed plants in the central circle of each plot, at a rate of 50 males and 50 females per plot on 5 Jul 2010 (Zhou et al.
The third product (Ragwitek) contains a short ragweed pollen extract.
For the current analysis, the researchers relied on modeled projections of how ragweed's range might expand in Europe under a variety of conditions.
The proposed indication is for the treatment of adult patients aged 18-65 suffering from ragweed allergic rhinitis and/or conjunctivitis, despite use of symptom-relieving medication.
This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Ragweed Allergy, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type, along with latest updates, and featured news and press releases.
Last year, researchers from the University of Leicester recorded airborne ragweed pollen levels in the East Midlands high enough to cause significant hay-fever attacks.
Ragweed is native to North America but since the 1960s has spread rapidly across warmer parts of Europe.
Allergy-related searches peaked alongside measurements taken at two nearby pollen counting stations for ragweed, oak and pine pollen, Parker said January 7.
[ClickPress, Mon Dec 15 2014] Global Markets Direct's, 'Ragweed Allergy - Pipeline Review, H2 2014', provides an overview of the Ragweed Allergy's therapeutic pipeline.
One such plant that blooms at about the exact time as goldenrod is ragweed. Common ragweed can readily produce a million pollen grains per plant per day, and it floats for hundreds of miles or more.
Since hay fever caused by ragweed was a serious problem in the U.S.
Grass pollen is the most common allergen in the Midwest and East (other than ragweed) causing allergic rhinitis most of the summer.
With Food and Drug Administration approval of sublingual immunotherapy tablets for the treatment of grass and ragweed allergies considered highly likely later this spring, the expectation is that patients, their referring physicians, and allergists will have many questions about this game-changing therapeutic innovation.
-The idea is that it these people are told, You can just take a tablet at home,' they'll opt to get at least their allergies to grass and ragweed treated," Dr.