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martes, 26 de julio de 2011

Medical marijuana

You know today I had to see a woman crying in pain and agony this woman was dying ,she had terminal cancer and could not afford any pain meds Isn't it sad that we live in a world were the prohibition system is so flawed that  it is completely oblivious to the plights of the suffering, this woman who is one of millions right now that can't afford adequate medical treatment or even secure pain medication to ease the suffering of an impending death. Medication that even if they could afford would most likely poison them further. Many like her could ease their  suffering right now an FREE organic fast acting healing home grown medicine called cannabis can help


How Does Marijuana Help Cancer Patients?

Scientists have identified sixty six biologically active ingredients---cannabinoids---in marijuana; probably the most potent is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. According to the American Cancer Society, or ACS, FDA has approved synthetic THC for use in relieving symptoms and drug side effects in cancer patients. Medical marijuana is allowed in 14 states and the District of Columbia, though it is not FDA approved.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/219707-how-does-marijuana-help-cancer-patients/#ixzz1TGDlBOl7


Let's stop this futile drug war now and let's get the medicine to the people that deserve it. Marijuana has been proven to help treat and or ease symptoms of :
HIV/aid,s cancer, schizophrenia, depression,anorexia,insomnia,arthritis, multiple sclerosis ect


23 comentarios:

  1. I totally agree. The drug war has failed. It's time to legalise, regulate, educate, and then actually help the minority of drug users who have a problem rather than locking them up.

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  2. even after it has been scientifically proved that it helps, the capital interests keep this illegal

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  3. I'm agree with hommakesgames, the important thing is the regulation.

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  4. hommakesgames, have you considered trademarking that? It's excellent. Legalise! Regulate! Educate!
    But seriously, I think drugs aren't really a problem any more... It's how we approach them, and how we teach our kids about them, that matters.

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  5. they should legalise it, i don't smoke it but feel people should be allowed to

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  6. i think it's ok to medical purposes, but, when someone takes it and goes for a drive in his car, it is a real problem

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  7. Weed is bad? Not sure about that. Let's tax the fuck out of it, though!

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  8. yeah, never ending debate. I guess its ok to legalize alcohol and countless pharmaceutical cocktails and allow those under the influence to roam unchecked with no medical benefits to speak of (as long as they pay the government their cut)lol.

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  9. Looking at the Cartel crisis it seems the only option! Legalize and control it, the tax money should be going into health care! Ah I could rant about lack of money for healthcare for ages. A great post mate, hope you keep up the blogging!

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  10. I think there's no problem since someone take it and go out to make shit.

    +add

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  11. it's all about the money. they don't want you to be able to grow your own medicine in your back yard for little money so they make pills that are expensive and not as good but pattened.

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  12. Legalizing Marijuana wasn't such a good idea already why would the government not do it? Under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I drug on the basis that is has "a high potential for abuse." What does this mean?
    They say that It's highly addictive, how about cigarettes? it also happens in the case of alcohol. And alcohol is perfectly legal.

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  13. Very good points, if there weren't so many private companies making money off of the war on drugs, it would have been over a long time ago. California is going to try and legalize it again in 2012, so if they do hopefully there will be sweeping changes.

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  14. Even if it didn't help, it doesn't hurt either. ;)
    Following and supporting, mate! :)

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  15. I say legalize it. Exactly the way alcohol is done. Sold at specialty stores, taxed to hell and back, and stiff punishment for DUI.
    It's our body, let's keep it that way.

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  16. Whether its under the guise of being "medical" or not, the shit should be legal. Period.
    +followed

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  17. Marijuana is the only drug that causes so little damage and actually helps in some case and it is not legal. The government is running on an illogical views lately.

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  18. There's no reason a PLANT should be illegal.

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  19. The US's debt problems could wash away with the repealing of all prohibitory laws concerning this.

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  20. Shockgrubz: that is definetly true I actually think that its just a matter of time before that actullally happens.

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  21. legalize in controlled environment ^^

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