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u/tyzon05 · 6 pointsr/eldertrees

I'm not a chemist; I'm currently studying ChemE at university. I'm also the "science mod" over on /r/trees, so I think I can help out a bit with this one.

The science behind cannabis and how it works is extremely interesting, but it won't help you with 99% of Biochemistry.

Everything we know about cannabis can be learned pretty quickly, provided you have the backgrounds in chemistry, biology, and preferably a bit of pharmacology.

What you can is do is study drugs and their functions as a whole to supplement and enhance your studies in biochemistry; I know that it's granted me a new appreciation for the human body and the processes that regulate it. These fields are vast and expanding at an astonishing rate.

The field of pharmacology is huge, but in a nutshell you can break it into pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics. They focus on effects and the relations between dosage and response (dose response curves, etc.) as well as the mechanisms through which the drug is processed and how the drug passes through the body, respectively.

In short, pharmacokinetics studies what the body does to a drug, while pharmacodynamics studies what the drug does to your body.

As a Biochemistry major, these topics will likely be right up your alley. You'll still have to do the mundane, but perhaps some background along these lines will provide you with a new perspective on the processes you are studying in class.

If this sounds like your thing, I'd recommend the following text, provided you already have a good grip on molecular biology and a little electrochemistry: Molecular Neuropharmacology: A Foundation for Clinical Neuroscience

If you like this text or you just want something to supplement it, Caltech, easily one of the top research universities for this field, offers a course taught by Dr. Henry Lester via Coursera, here.

It's a highly informative course that pairs very well with the text I linked above. You'll touch on everything from drug addiction to recreational drugs to the different receptors and how they are activated.

It's not active right now and I'm not sure when the next session will be, but you can go onto Coursera and watch Professor Lester's lectures which are, by far, the most integral part of the course. I went through it last session (January - February) and I was very satisfied with both the material and the way it was presented.

Tl;dr: You can supplement your classroom material with all sorts of interesting studies related to drugs, but if you're not interested in the material you're studying in class at all, it may be time to rethink your field. You can't tie everything to drugs, but you can use the study of drugs to enhance your appreciation for the "macro" systems you're studying.

u/introspeck · 3 pointsr/eldertrees

First book I recommend to any programmer, no matter what they're working on, is The Pragmatic Programmer. Excellent stuff.

If you don't get a shot at low-level coding at work, get yourself an Arduino kit and just hack away. Apparently the language is similar to / based on the C programming language. I use C every day.

To do well with embedded systems, real-time, device driver, or kernel type stuff, you have to really, really, really, understand what the hardware is doing. I was able to learn gradually because I started programming when there was one CPU and no cache memory. Each hardware operation was straightforward. Now with multi-core CPUs, multi-level cache memory, multiple software threads, it becomes a bit more complex. But something like the Arduino will teach you the basics, and you can build on that.

Every day I have to think asynchronously - any operation can happen any time, and if they share memory or other resources, they can't step on each other. It can get hairy - but it's really fun to reason about and I have a blast.

There's a lot more I'm sure, but get started with some low-level hacking and you can build from there.

If you want to get meta, many of the best programmers I know love Godel, Escher, Bach because it widens your mental horizons. It's not about programming per se, but I found that it helps my programming at a meta level. (and it'll give you a lot to meditate on when you're baked!)

u/its_my_growaway · 5 pointsr/eldertrees

For best maintenance of cannabis moisture (think cigar humidor) get a glass Mason jar and throw a 62% RH Boveda pack in there and your buds well stay fresh for months. The packs are like $10 for 12 and they last a long time so it's a no-brainer purchase. They are two-way humidity control, so they will both absorb moisture to dry out buds that are too wet (to a certain degree) and release moisture to hydrate dried out buds.

Amazon link to 12x 62% Boveda Packs with Prime, $13.49
Amazon link to 10x 62% Boveda Packs with free regular shipping, $8.99

Seriously, buy them if you like fresh cannabis, they're so cheap and so effective you'll wonder why you didn't use them before.

u/Treedit · 1 pointr/eldertrees

Amazon has them in packs of 10-15. I strongly advise doing it this way and testing every 2-3 days and plotting your results. This way in the future you'll have an idea of how long it takes to clear your system (since this varies from person to person)

Some people could test clean in as little as a week. Personally it took me about 3 weeks to get consistently clean after smoking 2-4 times a day for 3 months. For reference I'm in my mid 20's with low body fat.

The exact tests I used

u/dermanus · 1 pointr/eldertrees

The Magicians is a little heavier than some of the other suggestions but is also a good mind expanding read.

It starts off as a fairly typical Harry Potter type story (loser kid finds out he has special powers, must learn to control them, etc...) but with a very deep story.

u/Matchstix · 3 pointsr/eldertrees

For future reference, these are awesome. And parchment paper works great in the interim as well, though not so much if it's a dryer concentrate.

u/LegendOfTheMonth · 3 pointsr/eldertrees

I have this case. And I love it.

Has a lock. Has plenty of room for all kinds of wares. And looks really really cool.

Edit: whoops. Not refrigerated. Still love it though.

u/SirLoinOfCow · 1 pointr/eldertrees

I used to use a window fan like this one ( You could switch the fans to blow in or out. I just sit and smoked by that fan and the smoke never lingered.

u/kommando208 · 1 pointr/eldertrees

I'd also suggest Last Chance to See.

It's really interesting to see Adams blend his humor into such a different subject as endangered species.

u/CaptainTurkeyBreast · 4 pointsr/eldertrees

Vaping is great for inside the house and for less impact on your lungs. There hasn't been much studies of the effect of second hand marijuana smoke. So

There are devices such as the smoke buddy which do an excellent job eliminating smell and smoke. I live in a dorm at university and heavily smoke in my bathroom with one of these and have never had a problem. Even with stingy Resident Advisers. Combined with Ozium it is fool proof.

When it comes to choosing a pipe is form and funciton. Things to keep in mind when buying pipe are the size of the bowl (where you put your herb), the size of the hole in the bowl, placement of carb cap, and make sure your eyebrows wont get burned when lighting. When it comes to hand pipes i prefer dry pipes (not bubblers) The minuscule amount of water in them doesn't do anything for me and they get really smelly and dirty. I think a small little spoon pipe will do you great! Probably some typos in there but i am really stoned and don't care happy blazing!!

u/nuclearsausage · 6 pointsr/eldertrees

Or if you're looking for something better than a spoof, grab something like this:

u/EvyEarthling · 1 pointr/eldertrees

Where can I find the 1st chapter free? It's not on amazon.

u/chevyfried · 1 pointr/eldertrees

I would say use a grow box like this

Apollo Horticulture 48"x48"x80" Mylar Hydroponic Grow Tent for Indoor Plant Growing

u/dak4f2 · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

Get some boveda packs to add to air tight mason jars stored in a cool, dark place. Should last you a long time!

u/rancemo · 6 pointsr/eldertrees

Buy some home tests. This is the only way you'll know for sure.

u/schwacr01 · 1 pointr/eldertrees

In the past and for this method I'll use this potato ricer to filter, as you get really good leverage to squeese every drop.

u/half-assed-haiku · 1 pointr/eldertrees

It gets a little new-age-preachy in the last chapter, but it's solid until that point.

Also in "the little black book" or "it's norml to get high" I cant remember which. Maybe both

u/crookedhead · 12 pointsr/eldertrees

Perhaps you could use a timer for the outlet and set it to go on 30 minutes prior to your usual medicating time, and to go off around your stop time. Something like this:

u/The_R4ke · 1 pointr/eldertrees

You can buy them on Amazon, but most local headshops should sell them.

u/SuaveSwede · 1 pointr/eldertrees

People ask this question constantly, this is always my answer.

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u/arbivark · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

yeah, the cost of a dna read is $1000 but the retail price is still higher, but not for much longer.
i go to to line up the studies i do. they pay $2k to $5k and last a couple weeks or a month. i want to recruit a cadre of lab rats willing to have their dna readin exchange for getting a smaller payment for that study , then we would be available for more studies. so far big pharma doesn't know what to do with a subjects full dna; they are at most only testing one or two genes
but they more than anybody else have the budgets and economy of scale to start doing it sooner than most anybody else will.

i think the irb's will be very uncomfortable with the idea at first.

u/greentherapy · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

> Something to consider is first, Why are you using cannabis? Beyond just 'everything seems dull'. If you've been a daily smoker for a long time you're likely self medicating for something you're not even fully aware of. Maybe depression.

I completely agree with this. It sounds to me like /u/lysowl is self-medicating for depression. If he quits cannabis without also treating the underlying problem, he's probably just going to feel much worse.

/u/lysowl, I'd highly recommend that you visit a therapist or a psychiatrist. If that really is too expensive, maybe you can do some self-improvement work on your own to try to lessen your symptoms. I've heard good things about David Burns' book about depression called Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. His book about anxiety helped me a lot.