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Los Angeles, California, October 27, 2010 - A view of an original Afghani Kush plant (center, with darker leaves) at the growing center for The Lazy Rabbit, which grows, processes and distributes medical cannabis to dispensaries in California as allowed by the California Compassionate Use Act, which allows people with a prescription to use and cultivate medicinal marijuana. Most plants have been cross-planted to maximize the amount of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive metabolite in cannabis that gives the buzzed feeling, leaving very few original plants around. Lazy Rabbit owner, Aaron R Thomas, says that this is his prized possession. Serious medical marijuana users are looking for ways to minimize the THC metabolit and enhance the levels of CBD (Cannabidiol), which is the medicial cannabinoid that has been shown to relieve convulsions, inflammation, anxiety, nausea and well as inhibit cancer cell growth. .