- Report: Legal Marijuana Is Fastest Growing Industry in U.S. January 27, 2015
- Recreational Marijuana State Law Map January 26, 2015
- Congressional Research Service Studies Legalizing Marijuana January 25, 2015
Marijuana is scientifically studied and shown to stop cancer cells.
In September of 2012, NBC News reported that new studies by Scientists at California Pacific Medical Center revealed marijuana’s Cannabidiol (CBD) can “turn off” a gene that triggers several forms of cancer. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of sixty amazing active nutritional ingredients found in this noblest of herbs, called marijuana. As it turns out cannabidiol (CBD) is unique in that it has amazing health benefits, but doesn’t get people high like the whole marijuana plant does.
Leading scientists discovered this beneficial marijuana molecule can
Marijuana provides powerful and natural pain relief.
This report reviews new scientific marijuana research on cannabinoids as an effective pain relief alternative to dangerous imposter pharmaceuticals. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and “synthetic marijuana” Marinol and Nabilone (Cesamet) are approved in many countries including the US, but not for pain management yet. Why is that you ask? Because these imposter drugs simply don’t work as well against chronic pain and inflammation as the whole, natural marijuana plant does.
So as fate would have it, millions of people continue to
What is Marijuana?
Marijuana is a genus of flowering herb believed to be indigenous to Central Asia, China, and the northwest Himalayas.
Marijuana is edible as a vegetable, smokable as an herb and its oil it a powerful medicinal salve as well.
There are 3 types:
The History of Marijuana
The first known consumption of marijuana in the Western hemisphere was probably in the early 1600s. In fact there’s an old Virginia statute of 1619 requiring colonists to grow marijuana, but not until 1839 did the medicinal benefits become published.
In the 1870s thousands of Indian Hindu immigrants indentured as laborers came to the West Indies and along with them their ancient marijuana culture spread made it even more popular. By 1886, Mexicans and black sailors, helped spread its use throughout all the West Indies and Mexico. In 1905 the US Department of Agriculture “black labeled” marijuana as a poison, which it obviously is not.
What is Hemp Oil? Also known as Hemp Seed Oil.
Hemp oil is one of the riches sources of essential fatty acids on the planet.
The nutritional profile of hemp seed oil reveals it is 33% protein,
What is Hemp and why you should know all about it.
Hemp is the plant that marijuana grows on. Hemp is the apple tree, while marijuana is the apple.
When marijuana is grown for fiber, food or fodder for livestock, it is referred to as hemp. About 70% of the Cannabis plant is made up of a woody inner core called the “hurd.” The “hurd” is THC free, so it won’t give you a buzz, and is currently being used in
What is Kush? Do you know?
Kush refers to a strain of marijuana, which originates in Afghanistan, North Pakistan and North Western India.
Kush is a subset of the genus species Cannabis Indica. The 500 mile Kush mountain range runs along the borders of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The highest point of the Hindu Kush, called the Kushan Pass is more than 25,000 feet above sea level and was once the center of the Kushan Empire in the 1st century BC.
Strains of this ancient wonder were brought to the US in
A recent study found that seventy-six percent of doctors agree to the use of medical marijuana.
The study received responses from 1,446throughout 72 different countries and in 56 different states and provinces in North America.
The surveyed doctors were given a hypothetical case about a 68 year old woman with breast cancer that had metastasized (spread) to her chest cavity, lungs and spine. The doctors were asked if they would recommend marijuana tot heto help her with her medical symptoms.
More than seventy-five percent of the North American physicians approved the use of medical marijuana in the scenario. About seventy-eight percent of doctors outside North America supported medical marijuana use as well.
Marijuana is a Chronic Pain Reliever
Marijuana is an extraordinary chronic pain killer and anti-inflammatory that helps chronic pain, back pain and joint pain to name a few.
It’s interesting to note that the majority of chronic disease is associated with inflammation as the root cause. Apparently, because marijuana is an extraordinary anti-inflammatory it is reported to even relieve the excruciating pain caused from Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and osteoporosis.
In January 2006, investigators