The Hippycrits

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I have written about this “useless drug” before here many, many times. I’ve been called a pot head and much worse by those who are too ignorant to understand that EVERY THING the government/media tells us is a lie. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, if it is critical, but takes away profit from the Corporate Controllers (mostly Jews), they lie.

But people of the world know. A majority of people figured it out, so the lies are untenable. Now you see the media and many government goons admitting it has use. But they still try to water it down and I can speculate that all this time they have been trying to figure out a way to make more money off of it and still keep the plant illegal (its them having their cake and eating it, too).

I covered the fact that the hippycrits (the US Government) patented the useless drug over a year ago. But now the fact is getting much more visibility due to public understanding and the fact that people like Ben Swann are are using their outlets to get the word out:


U.S. Patent 6630507: Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants

AbstractCannabinoids have been found to have antioxidant properties, unrelated to NMDA receptor antagonism. This new found property makes cannabinoids useful in the treatment and prophylaxis of wide variety of oxidation associated diseases, such as ischemic, age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia. Nonpsychoactive cannabinoids, such as cannabidoil, are particularly advantageous to use because they avoid toxicity that is encountered with psychoactive cannabinoids at high doses useful in the method of the present invention. A particular disclosed class of cannabinoids useful as neuroprotective antioxidants is formula (I) wherein the R group is independently selected from the group consisting of H, CH.sub.3, and COCH.sub.3. ##STR1##

As Jon Rappoport puts it:

So let’s see. A) Claim marijuana is a very useful medicine, but b) reserve the right to arrest people who use it as a treatment.

That makes perfect sense when you’re dealing with government.

It also, of course, makes perfect sense when government partners, aka pharmaceutical companies, are busy developing their, ahem, “highly purified, completely reliable, extensively tested, absolutely safe,” and very profitable versions of marijuana as medicine.

Or when those companies are still clinging to the notion that marijuana can somehow be suppressed, because they realize its medicinal uses will pre-empt many of their best-selling, quite toxic drugs, which cure nothing but instead create new symptoms that “require more drugs.”

enhanced-buzz-4853-1362605167-13I’ve known about the efficacy of cannabis constituents for a long time. It helped me years ago and I know people that have used it to make their miserable, painful lives bearable, or, miraculously, heal themselves totally.

But Big Meds doesn’t want you to take care of yourself or to use a natural remedy that God put on this Earth. I explained that God fundamentally wired each and every human to respond to cannabis, whether you like that fact, or not. In other words, you may not know it or recognize it, but everyone is a pothead.

The brainwashing is deep and thorough. But I see light at the end of the tunnel because of people like Swann and Rappoport (and me, although to a very small degree). And there are many more people seeing that Big Meds is nothing but propagating and deepening ailments, basically over profits (and perhaps in some instances, to more quickly kill you).

Jon describes the modus operandi of the government in keeping it illegal as Big Meds forms their tainted cannabis based meds:

What to look out for: pharmaceutical companies will eventually try to market some version of marijuana as a drug, to be used as “an adjunct” with their own toxic compounds (e.g., chemotherapy). This strategy will sidestep the need to assert that marijuana cures anything, while also profiting from a sale of two drugs instead of one.

Drug companies and their federal partners will warn against the use of home-grown marijuana as medicine, citing lack of purity, consistency, and, of course, the absence of a prescribing physician—who must be in the mix, in order to ensure proper dosing for proper reasons.

In this regard, the FDA will probably insert its ugly face into the scene, to bolster the bottom-line of its main client, Big Pharma.

We could even see the resumption of the old pesticide spraying campaigns to poison marijuana grown outdoors.

We’ll certainly see GMO marijuana straight out of the foul maw of Monsanto, Dow, and Syngenta. Along with grotesque pesticides. (So protect the seeds.)

Holding a patent on marijuana as medicine, and accumulating more such patents, is a federal strategy designed to bring private growers and makers of marijuana oil into court at the government’s whim—on a charge of infringing on the patents’ territory. Add to that: practicing medicine without a license.

You can do your own research. Start with these and/or click the tab at the top of the page to go to my Cannabis Research information.

Cannabinoid Research

1. US Government Finally Admits Cannabis Can Help Kill Cancer Cells
http://www.collective-evolution.com/2…
http://www.mintpressnews.com/federal-…fa307a5918490bb97c533e6ce182f676

2. Further Evidence that Cannabis Reduces Tumor Growth
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/artic…
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/relea…

3. Cannabis Extract has Dramatic Effect on Brain Cancer
http://mct.aacrjournals.org/content/e…
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/…

4. Anticancer Potential of Plants and Natural Products
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajps/1/6/1/in…
http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajps/1/6/1/in…

5. CBD “enhances fracture healing” in bone fractures in a rat model.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25…
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25…

6. B.C. Study Urges Easier Access to Medical Cannabis
http://vancouver.24hrs.ca/2015/04/19/…
SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS LINK FOR POLL

7. Marijuana Extract Curbs Seizure Frequency in Trial of Epilepsy Patients
https://www.aan.com/PressRoom/Home/Pr…
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/na…

8. Pharmacological Management of Chronic Neuropathic Pain
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25…
http://www.ccic.net/index.php?id=209,…

9. The Potential Therapeutic Effects of THC on Alzheimer’s
http://iospress.metapress.com/content…
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25…

10. Smoking Marijuana is 114 Times Safer than Drinking Alcohol
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/w…
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic…

h/t (and a great cannabis research source) Patients For Medical Cannabis

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12 thoughts on “The Hippycrits

  1. I know a guy who claims to be an atheist, his dad worked for NASA…
    before he died…

    it seems sometimes he uses the claim to be an atheist to avoid all the nonsense
    involved with “religious” arguments…which is completely understandable

    but eventually “Man” begins to wonder…
    where did we come from,
    where do we go..what are we doing here…WHY ?

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/87-of-americans-do-not-trust-their-own-govt-nor-mainstream-media-what-happens-next/

    is it just to worship the Jesus hating so-called “Jews” with reckless abandon
    are we just supposed to pay “our” taxes and vote ….
    for Sock puppet A or sock puppet B…?

    Quotes : —-> http://whale.to/a/mullinsbk_m.html <—–

    “It is true that the Americans have “free elections,”
    in which they have the absolute right to vote for one of two opposing candidates,
    both of whom have been handpicked and financed by the Rockefeller syndicate.

    This touching evidence of “democracy” serves to convince most Americans
    that we are indeed allegedly a free people.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MMR_vaccine_controversy

    We even have a cracked Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to prove it….”

    WHY….why is stupid so popular with idiots…who watch TV

    Happy 4/20 !

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  2. The original government mind-fuck about marijuana, “Reefer Madness,” is still one of the best. It’s especially enjoyable if you get stoned while watching this madness!

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  3. Wow, you really did your homework on this one. Lots of good links. Here’s the best 120 bucks you can spend if you use sweet leaf every day:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2015-NEW-ARIZER-SOLO-PORTABLE-VAPORIZER-SILVER-FREE-SHIPPING-GRINDER-/121569663169?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1c4e1dd8c1

    Now that I got this, I never use the pen vaporizers any more with or without added glass filters. This thing has 7 different heating temperatures, NONE of which will combust your weed and each of which gives you a different texture and intensity of vapor. You can start off on 2 or 3 and then go up to 7 to get whatever little THC and cannabinoids are left in the weed. You don’t waste much of anything since the vapor barely comes out of it until you toke (very slowly, since there’s a LOT of vape, you could cough real hard if you take in too much). It has automatic shut-off after 12 minutes and besides, the heated part is way inside the unit so there is no danger of starting any fires if somebody dozes off and drops it. The chamber you drop your weed in is steel covered with ceramic on the outside, so nothing sticks in there and there is no clean-up at all. Once your weed is vaporized, it turns from green to brown and you dump it straight out of the chamber and out of the bowl of the pipe it gets sucked up in. The only thing you ever have to wash is the crooked glass pipe that goes in it. There are a couple of other pipes included but those are for aroma-therapy and other uses this device is good for. Also you can use the unit while it’s charging so there’s no wait between charges. The only thing extra you need is wire-mesh screens to dome inside the glass so you don’t suck down herbs through the holes in the glass pipe. I would also get a couple of extra crooked glass pipes on the side in case the first one breaks but so far mine has been pretty solid. The sides of the unit have been constructed flat, so that when the unit drops, it sits on its side and the glass doesn’t take any blows. Best of all, there’s no weed smell, only a vague chicken-soup kind of smell, like the steam off a stew cooked on a pot. So, nobody, not your neighbors, not your relatives, boss, cops or anyone else can tell if you just smoked weed. Only the weed itself in the chamber smells of weed and once that’s vaped it no longer smells like weed. It’s also small, so you can pack it and take it anywhere. You can put the unit in your pocket. Just have to put the glass somewhere it doesn’t break. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed. There are fancier and more expensive units out there but this one does the job perfect for the price of a couple of large glass bongs.

    http://fuckcombustion.com/forums/plug-in-vaporizers.4/

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    • There are many good vaporizers on the market. Arizer makes excellent types.

      The only thing to be concerned with is the glass, which can break if dropped (and I promise, it will happen no matter how careful one is). Get extra bowls or stems (in the case of the one you highlighted). I am familiar with the predecessor of Arizer’s Extreme Q (they bought the product from another company… forget the name now). It was purchased because others would fall off a table and break, so the question was, “Do you have one that won’t break in an accidental fall?”

      The guy said you could throw it across the room and it wouldn’t break (I don’t recommend trying that). But it might hold up. What was most interesting was a glass bowl with a protector that if dropped, won’t break. Tada! Problem fixed. Because if you are going to drop anything, it will be the bowl.

      Although it comes with a car charger, it really isn’t the best portable option. But otherwise, it is excellent.

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      • I think for the money, the Arizer Solo is the best value. You can replace the glass for 8 dollars. I bought 2 extra ones online for 14 bucks. You can keep one as backup and use the other two to switch off, leave the dirty one in soap solution and use the clean one. This way you always have a clean one ready to use every day.

        I’ve found that the indica and indica-dominant hybrid stuff is good for relaxing and experiencing the power of real art (good books written by REAL artists YOU choose to read, good films YOU choose to watch, good music YOU choose to listen to, etc.) the only thing that frees us from, or more precisely, allows us to expand the prison walls of our own concepts. Read this

        http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl201/modules/Philosophers/Nietzsche/Truth_and_Lie_in_an_Extra-Moral_Sense.htm

        for more on this subject. It’s my favorite philosophical essay, very relevant to the “truther” business we’re all involved in when you grasp what he’s trying to say, and so well-written it also works as poetry. I’ll definitely read it with the vocal emphasis of my own understanding on my first podcast. I might need the vocal emphasis of someone else’s understanding before I come to the ideal understanding, or the one closest to what he was trying to say.

        A Sativa-dominant strain called Green Dream (cross of Blue Dream and Green Crack) is my current favorite for working.

        https://www.leafly.com/hybrid/green-dream/photos

        https://www.leafly.com/hybrid/green-dream

        It goes good with the only one or two cups of pure-bean coffee I might drink in the mornings (I get these from Trader Joe’s, the Jamaican stuff if I can afford it), which I add a quarter to half a stick of Kerrygold Irish grass-fed butter to, and since most of your brain is cholesterol, you end up with LASER concentration which lasts up to 4 or 5 hours. You can damn near shut the entire world out and concentrate on only what you’re working on. It helps add creativity to anything you’re working on. You could be sweeping the street and with some good Sativa in you, you’ll do it more creatively and in a beautiful and elegant way, which is the ultimate “better” way of doing anything. You’ll make beautiful music sweeping that street instead of ugly and frustrated sounds.

        There are almost a THOUSAND dispenseries now just in Los Angeles County! Can you believe this shit? But I don’t think it was intentional to get this many places to open since they’re closing most of them down using a law called “Measure D”

        http://www.los-angeles-marijuana-lawyer.com/fight-back-against-the-city-of-los-angeles-and-its-illegal-ban-o.html

        I know that 3 of the ones I was a member of last year are already gone. The one right in my backyard is open from 8 AM in the morning till 1 AM at night, 7 days a week! LOL That place is definitely on shaky ground and will probably not last for very much longer. The reason most of the places close at 8 PM is because of “Measure D,” they don’t want to be targeted for a close-down by the douchebag feds.

        Check this out. A woman with Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), who was given only 3 to 5 years to live by the usual charade of pharmaceutical drug pushers called “doctors,” continues to live after 30 years and attributes her survival to CANNABIS only:

        http://online.fliphtml5.com/wixy/kqlu/#p=44

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  4. Vaporizing Effects by Temperature
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    Vaporizing Effects by Temperature

    One benefit of vaporizing is temperature-controlled effects. Different active components are released at different temperatures. Vaporists with devices that can control the temperature can therefore control the effect by knowing which components are released at each temperature.

    So goes the theory. In practice, no vaporizer measures the temperature right at the vaporizing material; however, the assumption is that devices with digital displays are applying corrections so that the readout does approximate the actual vaporizing temperature. For those who own such a vaporizer, the table below can help get you exactly where you want to be.

    The following slightly edited caution is from an article written for Vape World, Vaporizing by temperature:

    First, a note of caution: The temperatures listed are actually for the boiling point of the compound, that is, the temperature at which it is completely converted to a gas. Additionally, the temperatures are for individual components but nature seldom presents them to us so simply. Multiple components can exist in a matrix, which will have a boiling point that is different from any of its constituents. 
    
    Also, these temperatures encourage the incorrect impression that vaporization is binary, in that nothing is vaporized until the listed temperature is reached, then the entire compound becomes vapor. What actually happens in vaporization is that some of the compound is given off at lower temperatures than the boiling point. For example, when you bring water to a boil you can see wisps of steam (water vapor) well before the boiling point is reached. The amount of the compound vaporized before the boiling point—and the point at which vaporization begins—is difficult to quantify and varies from one compound to another. What we do know is that the quantity of the compound that is vaporized increases more rapidly as the boiling point approaches. Of course, at or above the boiling point, all of the compound is being vaporized. 
    

    http://vaporpedia.com/wiki/Vaporizing_Effects_by_Temperature

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    • First, a note of caution: The temperatures listed are actually for the boiling point of the compound, that is, the temperature at which it is completely converted to a gas. Additionally, the temperatures are for individual components but nature seldom presents them to us so simply. Multiple components can exist in a matrix, which will have a boiling point that is different from any of its constituents. Also, these temperatures encourage the incorrect impression that vaporization is binary, in that nothing is vaporized until the listed temperature is reached, then the entire compound becomes vapor. What actually happens in vaporization is that some of the compound is given off at lower temperatures than the boiling point. For example, when you bring water to a boil you can see wisps of steam (water vapor) well before the boiling point is reached. The amount of the compound vaporized before the boiling point—and the point at which vaporization begins—is difficult to quantify and varies from one compound to another. What we do know is that the quantity of the compound that is vaporized increases more rapidly as the boiling point approaches. Of course, at or above the boiling point, all of the compound is being vaporized.

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