Shocking Results: Woman Replaces 40 Medications With Raw Cannabis Juice

Shocking Results: Woman Replaces 40 Medications With Raw Cannabis Juice

Although the results may not be shocking to everyone, many people on the planet are just starting to wake up to the tremendous medicinal benefits that cannabis has to offer. A recent study conducted by the Institute of Molecular Psychiatry at the University of Bonn in Germany just discovered that the activation of the brain’s cannabinoid system triggers the release of antioxidants that act as a cleansing mechanism. This process is known to remove damaged cells and improve the efficiency of mitochondria. Mitochondria is the energy sources that powers cells. The study was published in the Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, B (1).

There is also a large amount of evidence supporting the fact that cannabis can also be an effective treatment, and even a potential cure for cancer. We provided a list of 20 medical studies that prove cannabis can cure cancer(2). We already know that prescription drugs kill over 100,000 people each year and that a plant-based diet can prevent over 60% of chronic disease deaths. It’s time to lose our stigmatism about cannabis, the only reason we’ve been made to look at it in a negative manner is because it would threaten multiple industries (including the pharmaceutical industry). Cannabis along with hemp has over 50,000 uses and could help transform our world.

Cannabinoids have been proven to reduce cancer cells as they have a great impact on the rebuilding of the immune system(2). While not every strain of cannabis has the same effect, more and more patients are seeing success in cancer reduction in a short period of time by using cannabis. Contrary to popular thought and belief, smoking the cannabis does not assist a great deal in treating disease within the body as therapeutic levels cannot be reached through smoking. Creating oil from the plant or eating the plant is the best way to go about getting the necessary ingredients which are the cannabinoids.

Another aspect of smoking the cannabis that must be looked at is the fact that when the cannabis is heated and burnt it changes the chemical structure and acidity of the THC which changes its ability to be therapeutic. Furthermore, anytime you burn something and inhale it, you create oxidation within the body. That oxidation is not healthy for the body and can lead to health issues itself. This is why anti-oxidents are an important part of any healthy diet.

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Should California’s “Medical” Marijuana Be Regulated Like Alcohol?

Original Post, Sept. 12, 11:29 a.m.: Last week, the Obama Administration announced it had no right to interfere in states with well-regulated medical or recreational pot industries, leaving the door open for Colorado and Washington States to proceed with plans to legalize recreational weed smoking without fear of federal retaliation.

Here in California, it’s too late to prevent the feds from interfering: the Justice Dept. and DEA has been cracking down on dispensaries for almost two years now, and many cities have banned cannabis collectives completely. But a proposed state law, AB604, may provide new protection to pot growers and distributors, by requiring them to be regulated by the state Alcohol Beverage Commission, something that not all medical marijuana activists seem to celebrate.

Whereas previous medical marijuana laws such as Prop. 215 only stated that local authorities should work with medical marijuana activists to allow sick residents to smoke cannabis, AB604, which was introduced by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, (D-San Francisco) would actually mandate a “safe and affordable” statewide distribution system.

To ensure the feds aren’t tempted to crack down again, the system, similar to what’s being envisioned in Colorado and Washington states, would have to ensure that the pot in question is regulated from “seed to shelf.” This would not only ensure the marijuana is harvested and prepared according to state environmental regulations, for example, but also that criminal interests aren’t allowed to participate. Presumably, any grow operation that isn’t registered with the state would be open to raids and criminal prosecution.

Despite the law’s backing from major pot legalization groups such as NORML, not all medical marijuana activists are happy about the idea of regulating weed like booze. “This bill does NOT prevent a city or county from adopting local ordinances that ban the location, operation, or establishment of a cannabis dispensary,” one activist complained in an online forum. “Why would the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (A.B.C.) be in charge of medicine? I could understand Adult use being regulated by A.B.C. but most people expect Medicine and Medical services to be regulated by the California Department of Public Health.”

That last question may answer itself. Translation: the bad news is that medical marijuana as we know it may be heading for history’s ashbin. The good news: as long as it’s legal, who cares?

Update, Sept. 13, 12 p.m.: Critics of the bill need not worry: the California Legislature failed to pass AB604 today, meaning that any such bill is off the table until sometime next year.

Here’s a brief comment from Dale Gierenger of NORML:

Last-minute efforts to pass a medical marijuana regulation bill fell short as the California legislature wound up its session yesterday. A bill proposed by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (AB 604) and Sen. Darrell Steinberg ran into opposition from local governments and law enforcement. Similar legislation can be expected to be re-introduced next year. In the meantime, California will remain vulnerable to federal raids and prosecutions under the new DOJ policy, which requires that states enact “strong and effective” regulation of marijuana.


– OC Weekly

Yorba Linda Moves To Ban Marijuana Dispensaries

Call it a standing room everywhere meeting: last Wednesday, Oct. 9, the Yorba Linda planning commission voted to approve an ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries and cultivation centers within city limits.


But other than the five commissioners in attendance, who passed the measure three votes to two, there was nobody there to notice. Not a single speaker addressed the commission on either side of the issue, which isn’t surprising since there was nobody in the audience.

And stranger still, there aren’t even any dispensaries currently operating in Yorba Linda; the only one that tried, as the Weekly previously reported, lasted just a month, from January to Febrary 2010, before being forced to shut down.

If passed by the city council, the proposed ordinance would amend Chapter 18 of the Yorba Linda Municipal Code by adding section 18.20.15 to “specifically ban medical marijuana dispensaries and the commercial cultivation of medical marijuana” in Yorba Linda. Again, this is despite the fact that there are no medical marijuana facilities operating in Yorba Linda, and despite the fact that the city already has a municipal code prohibiting any business that violates federal law.

Perhaps Yorba Linda is simply trying to stay one step ahead of any collectives that think that the tide has turned again in the war on marijuana and might be thinking of opening shop in town. Then again, this is Yorba Linda, folks, a Quaker town that until relatively recently (in historical terms) didn’t even allow restaurants to serve alcohol. Those days are gone, but Yorba Linda is still so conservative that you won’t even find a single bar within city limits–much less a pot club.

-OC Weekly

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