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Laguna Beach, California, October, 26, 2010 - Bill Roley (right), who suffers from a lack of appetite due to extensive radiation from throat cancer, pulls out a small amount of kief, from the Arabic kayf meaning well-being or pleasure, which is the resin glands of cannabis that has been ground down or sifted into a powder. It contains much higher concentration THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive metabolite in cannabis that gives the buzzed feeling. Roley is a member of the Laguna Woods for Medical Cannabis, a collective of about 100 members that operates as a dispensary for medical marijuana in the nearby senior community of Laguna Woods Village. Rolley was visiting with his friend Lonnie Painter who is the chairman of the Laguna Woods for Medical Cannabis. The organization has been working on ways to find cannabis with lower amounts of TCH, as well as higher levels of CBD (Cannabidiol) which is the medicial cannabinoid of cannabis which has been shown to relieve convulsions, inflammation, anxiety, nausea and well as inhibit cancer cell growth. .