What do you see?

I looked at this chart and I only see a bunch of medical terms I don’t understand (to be fair I understand approximately 13% of them).  I tried to look at the image like those 3-D pictures that confounded William in Mallrats, but I just couldn’t see anything.  Can a reader explain this to me?  I sorta get it, but dumb it down for me.  We found it on the 420 Tribune.  You can see a bigger picture there.

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  1. therealkepler February 14, 2010 at 18:31

    I see a dominant indica strain of some herb. Given away by the overwhelming majority of CBD over any other chemical (THC, CBC, CBG, etc) Indicas common as pain relievers, muscle relaxers, or 'couch lock' weed. Great for a burn sesh if you're not planning on doing anything but watching a stupid movie with some friends and staying in for the night.

    And yes, on that list you see 'anti-psychotic' All the scary reports lately about how marijuana causes psychosis and yet there are chemicals in it that are anti-psychotic. Scientists claim it's due to high quality herb getting bred specifically for high THC levels. So keep it balanced fellas.

    And JV420, CBD is a cannabinoid, you are correct on that aspect. But cannabinoid is the class of chemicals contained in marijuana. CBD is called cannabidiol, just one of my cannabinoids that make up our lovely mary jane.

    But you are correct on translation of the graph. Each piece of pie shows the respective cannabinoid and the effects they can have on one's body.

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    JV420 February 13, 2010 at 18:01

    I think each piece of the chart is an active ingredient in marijuana, like CBD I believe is Cannabinoids, and the terms are all of the symptoms they cause/cure, for example "antiepileptic" would help reduce the chance of a smoker having a seizure.

  3. Chris February 13, 2010 at 18:01

    I see a purple road with lava fields on the right and grass on the left, driving off into the wild blue yonder.

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