Month: July 2017

The Discovery of the “Endocannibinoid System Deficiency Disorder” Calls for the Distribution of Free Organic Cannabis to the Masses by the Government ASAP

The deficiency of the endocannabinoid system is characterized by different symptoms including, but  not limited to pain, nausea, migraines, diseases like fibromyalgia migraine, irritable bowel syndrome, and fibromyalgia. They have some things in common. They’re all hyper-algesic syndromes, meaning that

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Joint-Repair Mechanisms activated with Cannabis Medicine

Although arthritis is considered a qualifying condition in at least two states, there’s a remarkable lack of data and research behind the effectiveness of cannabis as a treatment alternative for arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. REPAIR MECHANISM A study published

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Arthritic inflammation and pain respond to Cannabis Medicine

U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 53 million Americans have arthritis, (1) with women making up 60 percent of the arthritis diagnoses. In this blog, I will characterize arthritis and describe how conventional medicine treats it (Section A)

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Cannabis and the “Medical Necessity” Defense

Although an increasing number of states are enacting statutes permitting seriously ill people to use marijuana legally for medicinal purposes, the majority of states still provide no legitimate access to marijuana for medical use. In states where affirmative rights to

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Cannabis’ “Holy Sacrament” Exception and the Law

When plants are used with holiness within the context of a religious sacrament, their “users” (cannabis enthusiasts) become ipso facto legally immune from criminal prosecution, by virtue of the First Amendment and international law, inter alia. The First Amendment to

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Cannabis use in legal states has led to a reduction of societal violence, property crimes and deadly car accidents

In addition to the reduction of diseases, pain and the opioid addiction-death epidemic, (1) legalized cannabis has improved just about all relevant public sectors, from increased resources to a  decrease of societal violence, property crimes and deadly car accidents. “Results

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Sacramental Ganja on its way to the US Supreme Court

The legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana is experiencing a domino effect across the states. However, as a larger portion of the country is coming around to the idea of legalized marijuana, some states are significantly behind. Indiana has some

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