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ragweed

n. inferior marijuana. (Drugs.) Bart just sells ragweed except to his friends.
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What can the average homeowner do to lessen the adverse effects of ragweed season?
Study design and validity This was a well-designed, randomized trial of treatment effectiveness during the 6 weeks of ragweed pollen season in 1995.
William Anderson AIT does look very similar to ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, an American native which has made its way over here and is notable for its wind-blown pollen which is highly allergenic.
org/climate-change-and-health-air-quality#/map) analysis  threw light on the future health hazards due to ragweed and ozone if the issue of climate change is not controlled soon, said Kim Knowlton, senior scientist at the NRDC, who oversaw the project.
Grass and ragweed allergens are among the most common aeroallergens and characteristically cause seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis (ARC) and/or seasonal allergic asthma.
4,5) Earlier research on ragweed plants showed that those raised in climate-controlled chambers grew larger and produced more pollen when C[O.
Danish pharmaceutical company ALK (CPH:ALK-B) has received confirmation that the European regulatory filing for its ragweed sublingual allergy immunotherapy (SLIT) tablet has been accepted for review by the relevant health authorities via the Decentralised Procedure, with Germany as the reference member state, the company disclosed on Thursday.
A flowering herb linked to the daisy and ragweed family, it is sometimes used as a natural treatment for liver problems and is said to lower cholesterol and help people with diabetes.
USPRwire, Wed Oct 07 2015] Global Markets Direct's, 'Ragweed Allergy - Pipeline Review, H2 2015', provides an overview of the Ragweed Allergy's therapeutic pipeline.
Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) is native to North America but since the 1960s has spread rapidly across warmer parts of Europe.
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.
Common ragweed can readily produce a million pollen grains per plant per day, and it floats for hundreds of miles or more.
Ragweed pollen likely will join grass pollen to create a second pollen vortex for allergy sufferers this summer.