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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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B’Man’s 2016 POTUS Watch: How Chris Christie Lost His POTUS Run

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Fat Boy dons the beanie and humps the wall while praying for more gefilte fish

Chris Christie is the Republican Governor of New Jersey. He thinks that kissing the Jews’ ass will get him the nomination for President of the United States.

On 4/14/15 he was on The Hugh Hewitt Show and was asked if he would enforce federal laws in the states that have legalized cannabis. He said:

“Absolutely. I will crack down and not permit it.”

He advanced his idiocy, apparently determined to sink his presidential run very early on, by continuing (instead of shutting his big matzo ball hole):

“Marijuana is a gateway drug. We have an enormous addiction problem in this country. And we need to send very clear leadership from the White House on down through the federal law enforcement. Marijuana is an illegal drug under federal law. And the states should not be permitted to sell it and profit from it.”

Judging by the sentiment of the nation and compared to the other Republican wall-humpers running (who are pretending to support state’s rights), this will seal his fate as a has-been (both as POTUS and as Governor).

Thank you and good riddance.

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Choose Your Poison

canna_risk5At the risk of seeming contrary since I added a new header for the blog that contains a rally cry for those who first stood up against taxes meant for the poor man in early American history (“Huzzah for the Whiskey Boys”), I wanted to show readers that my claims of Cannabis demonizing by the government/media/corporations has been shown to be propaganda and outright lies.

If interested, you should read about the Whiskey Rebellion and how us “White Indians” took on the Watermelon Army.

Many of us have been hoodwinked into believing all the lies about cannabis. It took $Billions and a constant many decades long pushRgvS7 from those who profit from the prohibition to make you so uneducated about the subject.

But, as is my nature, I find that any time officials tell me some storyline, I already know it to be bullshit 99% of the time. I also have the benefit of several decades of personal knowledge of the subject and know hundreds of people that understand the same thing… that cannabis is not in any way, dangerous to one’s health and welfare. The biggest issue with cannabis is the police state that has been formed around that lie. The most dangerous thing that could ever happen to a cannabis user is being arrested and one’s life ruined. It has absolutely nothing to do with the “danger” of the drug, no matter what this moron, OK Rep Markwayne Mullin says about it:

At a town hall meeting last night, Oklahoma Second District Congressman Markwayne Mullin slammed President Barack Obama for suggesting that recreational marijuana use is no more dangerous than social drinking, the Tulsa World‘s Randy Krehbiel reports.

Rep. Mullin was responding to a question about Obama’s position on marijuana, and he did so in a way that very closely resembled the argument favored by Fox News’ Sean Hannity — “I can drink a beer or two and I don’t really feel anything,” Hannity is fond saying, but “you can’t smoke a joint and not feel something.”

When asked about the president’s position, Rep. Mullin replied that “you can be a social drinker and not get drunk,” but “there’s no way you can take a drag on a joint without feeling it.”

“You can not — and I can’t speak to this, because I’m one of these guys who’s never tasted a drug in his life — but there is no way you can take a drag off a joint and not feel a little different. It alters your way of thinking.”

Rep. Mullin continued by saying that “those who smoke marijuana do so to get high, that’s the only purpose. There’s no other reason.”

“What about pain?” asked one town hall attendee.

“Pain?” a visibly annoyed Mullin replied. “Pain? I have screws and plates in me from [my head] to my toes, so I know about pain. The pain doesn’t go away, you just mask it (with drugs). The pain is still there. You have to learn to deal with it. Then you can move on with your life.”

“The only thing that [pain] does is give you an excuse [as to] why you can’t do something, of why you can’t accomplish something — ‘because I hurt.’”

God_made_weed,_man_made_beerI have had countless people explain to me how bad weed is. That it is worse than alcohol and as bad as heroin, crack, etc. Many, if not most of those people have NEVER even tried it, much less used it for any medical reasons. Perhaps there are a few people that have problems with it (I have one dear friend that says it makes him so paranoid that he won’t use it… but he drinks a 12 pack or more daily). I contend that most paranoia is based upon what one thinks might happen if they get caught by the police (or employer), not that the stuff makes them paranoid in and of itself (although there may be some that experience this). It would be such a small minority of users to make it insignificant. Differing strains have different effects on people, so if paranoia is an issue, find a strain that doesn’t induce it. (Of course, this would be easier if one could go to the liquorweed store and buy the exact strain they want like picking out your preferred Vodka)

My push has become a medical pursuit, but I also know that this is a freedom related issue. One should be free to use something that is so much less hazardous/damaging than alcohol (which, as I mentioned, is used by some of the very same ones who argue against marijuana in the first place), even IF there sole reason is to “get high”. Will Mark or Hannity tell me that people do not use alcohol to “get high”? Seriously? It was the only reason I ever used it. There certainly is hardly any medical benefit from it, yet I can (and have) posted hundreds of articles and links that prove marijuana efficacy.

Someone like MarkyMark Dumbass of OK, who has NEVER “tasted a drug in his life”, is going to explain to someone who has “tasted drugs” for a majority of his life, that it is not beneficial or IS worse than alcohol (btw: I don’t drink any more because the stuff makes me sick, kills people, and I have seen it ruin lives… none of which holds true with cannabis) has no factual basis except propaganda to go by. (I’m sure that the substantial donation from the National Beer Wholesalers Assn has nothing to do with his anti-pot platform)

I’m sorry, but anyone who has never tried it and wants to explain to those who have how awful it is should stfu because they do not know what they are talking about.

Period.

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Yes, Weed Kills Cancer, But How?

How Do Cannabinoids Kill Cancer? – Dennis Hill

I was recently inspired to write something I’ve been thinking about for a long time. I notice in the popular literature, and even in the research, we really don’t see how cannabis kills cancer. I wanted to be able to write a one page piece on How It Works that anyone could understand in order to have confidence with this process that has generated a wide range of opinions.
~Dennis
cannabinoides-cancer-sein-prostate-5-910x702There is a plentiful supply of research articles and personal testaments that show the efficacy of cannabis effecting cancer remission. However, only a few point to the mechanism by which the cancer cells die. To understand this better we need to know what metabolic processes provide life to the cells.

There are two structures in most cells that sustain life; one is the mitochondria, and the other is the endoplasmic reticulum. The mitochondria primarily produces adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that provides the necessary energy. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is a loosely bound envelope around the cell nucleus that synthesizes metabolites and proteins directed by the nuclear DNA that nourish and sustain the cell.

Let us look first at tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and observe that THC is a natural fit for the CB1 cannabinoid receptor on the cancer cell surface. When THC hits the receptor, the cell generates ceramide that disrupts the mitochondria, closing off energy for the cell.

Disruption of the mitochondria releases cytochrome c and reactive oxygen species into the cytosol, hastening cell death. It is notable that this process is specific to cancer cells. Healthy cells have no reaction to THC at the CB1 receptor. The increase in ceramide also disrupts calcium metabolism in the mitochondria, completing the demise to cell death.

The other cannabinoid we know is effective in killing cancer cells is cannabidiol (CBD). The primary job of CBD in the cancer cell is to disrupt the endoplasmic reticulum through wrecking of the calcium metabolism, pushing calcium into the cytosol. This always results in cell death. Another pathway for CBD to effect cancer cell death is the Caspase Cascade, which breaks down proteins and peptides in the cell. When this happens the cell cannot survive. Again, these processes are specific to cancer cells, no normal cells are affected.

Reference:

1. The Journal of Neuroscience, February 18, 2009 • 29(7):2053–2063 • 2053 

Cannabidiol Targets Mitochondria to Regulate Intracellular Calcium Levels.

 Duncan Ryan, Alison J. Drysdale, Carlos Lafourcade, Roger G. Pertwee, and Bettina Platt.

School of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD, United Kingdom.

2. Mol Cancer Ther July 2011 10; 1161

Cannabidiol Induces Programmed Cell Death in Breast Cancer Cells by Coordinating the Cross-talk between Apoptosis and Autophagy

Ashutosh Shrivastava, Paula M. Kuzontkoski, Jerome E. Groopman, and Anil Prasad.

Division of Experimental Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

h/t Patients For Medical Cannabis

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Cancer Patients That Are Simply Cheating The System For A Buzz…

There is hope…

Hope, even for a teen with brain cancer

Winlock 15-year-old Taylor Rehmeyer has battled an aggressive brain cancer for nearly a decade with chemotherapy and radiation. But she and her mother say it was marijuana that finally cured her.

“She got an MRI (in May) that said no major abnormalities. The doctors at Seattle Children’s Hospital don’t want to admit it was cannabis, but I don’t care. She’s cancer-free,” Karen Owen said in a recent interview. “It’s more than we could have ever hoped for.”

Taylor was diagnosed at age 6 with a rare brain tumor that has returned three times.

In September 2012, Taylor was one of the first children in America to receive proton radiation at Philadelphia’s Roberts Proton Therapy Center. The high-tech treatments worked — for awhile. Taylor’s tumor shrunk after initial radiation sessions but started growing again last August.

That’s when Owen, determined to heal her daughter, turned to marijuana oil therapy.

Hope, even for the idiotic, lying, Drug Warriors

Michigan Prosecutor Loses Case After Anti-Medical Marijuana Rant

An attorney’s opinionated rant against marijuana in a Michigan courtroom last week cost her a case, even though most seemed to agree she had won.

In her closing arguments in a case against a Michigan medical cannabis patient accused of growing more than he was allowed, Alger County prosecutor Karen Bahrman went off on a tear on the state’s medical marijuana laws, the Alger Hemp Coalition, a local cannabis advocacy group, and patients in general. She said their vision was to live in a “country where everybody can walk around stoned.”

Basically, she wants medical cannabis patients to sit down, shut up and don’t make any waves – even if things don’t seem right.

“They do nothing to support the government services they want, and have nothing but criticism for the government services they don’t want,” Bahrman ranted. “We’re trespassers and tramplers of their rights right up until they need us to protect them from the violence that they attract to the community.”

Paul Heminger, the man on trial for growing more than he was allowed, was sentenced to six months in jail at the time but has since been issued a new trial by the court, who agreed on a 3-0 vote that Bahrman went too far with her “unfounded, irrelevant and inflammatory statements.”

“The prosecutor embarks on a political commentary, and a personal diatribe discrediting the (law) as a whole,” the court ruled. “She calls the act ‘meaningless,’ and suggests that those suffering from chronic pain are simply cheating the system.”

Times are a’changin’. Sanity begins to show.

It won’t be long now…

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Three Grannies Experience The Evil Weed (Watch Them Turn Into Mexican Rapists Before Your Eyes)

No grandmas were harmed in the making of this video

Published on Nov 19, 2014

We found three grandmas who had never smoked pot and gave them an opportunity to try it for the first time. Then we gave them snacks and had them play cards against humanity.

And a link to the condensed version: http://youtu.be/nenE0YxBl80

Talent
Paula
Dorothea
Deirdre

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Crohn’s Disease Cured With Use Of Marijuana Oil

Shona Banda’s amazing story is just one more reason why people need to wake up about this miracle medicine and demand that it be made legal. Not just medically, but simply like cabbage. Usage in teens does not go up as has been shown in Colorado and other places. All the general accepted arguments have now been thoroughly shown to be the outright lies they were. There really is no defending the prohibition any longer.

Shona’s story touches me because this brave woman (and her husband) decided to take her life into her own hands. By scraping the residue from a home made machine and ingesting the oil, she healed herself of this terminal disease (I’ve known several people that had it and it is horrible what they go through). Apparently, she was able to buy some, but what if she were very poor and couldn’t afford it (black market, or legalized, which is expensive)?

It is a crying shame people have to resort to this… worried about illegalities… knowing that it is all a farce… many times choosing to suffer and die than fight for your life because of profits (for there cannot be another viable explanation for its continued prohibition). People could grow just a few plants for enough medicine to cure Crohn’s Disease, dammit!

Think of that.


h/t PatientsForMedicalCannabis

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