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A popular term for the craving for salt-rich and/or high-carbohydrate ‘junk food,’ associated with use of marijuana, amphetamines, and other recreational drugs

munchies

Substance abuse A popular term for the craving for salt-rich and/or high-carbohydrate 'junk food,' associated with use of marijuna, amphetamines, and other recreational drugs. See Junk food.
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MJ Munchies is a wholly owned subsidiary of New York-based snack brand development company NightFood Holdings, Inc.
The Crowd funding video link about operation Un-Harvey and #FeedTheNeed with Munchies Bus is: https://www.
Munchies is an online video venture from Vice Media, an US-Canadian media brand that aims to disrupt the cosy world of TV cookery shows.
The GoGo Pet Products Lammy Munchies Dog Treats & Chews from Artvark are made from all-natural lamb made in the USA.
TASTY* Paul tucks in with help from co-stars William Ruane, Gary Maitland, Siobhan Reilly and Jasmine Riggins THE JHIGH LIFE Superstar shades and the king of munchies for Paul
Munchies stocks everything from snacks--ice cream, frozen microwaveable pizzas and sandwiches, cereal and soft drinks--to party accessories and tobacco products--nine different brands of cigarettes, Swisher grope-flavored cigarillos, chewing tobacco and rolling papers.
Girlie Night In, pounds 99 per person, includes room, breakfast, Mal munchies, bottle of house wine, polish and tan or salt scrub and back massage.
A mind over munchies study suggests that recalling a previous meal can suppress the appetite and prevent weight gain.
Apparently Remy from the Disney movie Ratatouille isn't the only rat with a nose for chemical-free munchies.
Keep a note of everything - and we mean everything that you eat, including what you felt before the munchies started.
He started the contracting company in 1982 and Munchies in January 2005.