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*Be sure to type the “PMID: whatever number” in Google to get the link. On a side note. . . Alright, the name of this video may sound like a statement, and it is. I’m tired of people just enjoying the marijuana for themselves, while all of these cancer patients are dying. Especially if they can benefit and/or eradicate their cancer from daily intake of the extracted cannabinoids. If a moron(like me) can find all of this information, and take the time to understand the meaning of it. Then I’m positive that everybody else can, too. We need to spread the word about Rick Simpson’s hemp oil, the Children’s Nervous System Journal 2011, and the British Journal of Cancer 2006! I’ve lit my beacon by going out of my way to do a video, and now I expect all of my fellow scholars to light their beacon. You can do it however you wish. Tell a friend, tell someone in politics that would appreciate this information, or vote! **Also, an explanation is due. Why does THC arrest the cell cycle, activate the MAPK pathway, inhibit the P13K/AKT pathway, or trigger an ER response in cancer cells only? Well, simply put, the cancer cells are damaged cells. They don’t have the necessary kinase checkpoints needed to safely stop ceramide accumulation, and ceramide production is necessary to induce apoptosis(cell suicide). However, the healthy cells have a vast kinase checkpoint system that only allows for the cannabinoids to activate the receptors, but prevents the THC from saturating the cannabinoid . . .
Or is it still there? You might be in denial but that’s okay it’s normal. Un-brainwashing people is very hard to do but you can do it! I can understand that when you’ve been lied to all your life then you start finding out people don’t turn into drug crazed maniacs because of weed. Or people don’t die from it, and it DOES prevent cancer!”a new study in the journal Cancer Prevention Research, which found that marijuana smokers have a lower risk of head and neck cancers than people who don?t smoke marijuana. Alas, this important research has been largely ignored by the news media. “http://www. alternet. org/drugreporter/142121/more_evidence_that_marijuana_prevents_cancer/ that’s a quote from the article, now I know some people wont take the time to read it and then post a stupid comment saying that marijuana will kill. But at least I tried right?so did I cure you of ignorance yet?I’ll also provide a link to the real truth on why it was made illegal in the first place. http://www. drugwarrant. com/articles/why-is-marijuana-illegal/Yeah I’ve known it for awhile to dude, I just wanted these people to be aware of the truth.
1968 www. amazon. com Watch the full film: thefilmarchived. blogspot. com Cannabis, also known as marijuana (sometimes spelled “marihuana”) among many other names, refers to any number of preparations of the Cannabis plant intended for use as a psychoactive drug. The word marijuana comes from the Mexican Spanish marihuana. According to the United Nations, cannabis “is the most widely used illicit substance in the world. ” The typical herbal form of cannabis consists of the flowers and subtending leaves and stalks of mature pistillate of female plants. The resinous form of the drug is known as hashish (or merely as ‘hash’). The major psychoactive chemical compound in cannabis is ?9-tetrahydrocannabinol (commonly abbreviated as THC). At least 66 other cannabinoids are also present in cannabis, including cannabidiol (CBD), cannabinol (CBN) and tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) among many others, which are believed to result in different effects from those of THC alone. Cannabis use has been found to have occurred as long ago as the third millennium BC In modern times, the drug has been used for recreational, religious or spiritual, and medicinal purposes. The UN estimated that in 2004 about 4% of the world’s adult population (162 million people) use cannabis annually, and about 0. 6% (22. 5 million) use it on a daily basis. The possession, use, or sale of cannabis preparations containing psychoactive cannabinoids became illegal in most parts of the world in the early 20th century . . .
So for the past two weekends now, i’v bought marijuana. This isnt a normal thing. I use to smoke alot back when i was a young teenager. I usually smoke socially now, but since i’v bought the bags [FYI-i bought some because i was in the mood to smoke more than socially. ] I dont usually buy much. Just $20 worth, which is a little bag. And it usually only lasts 2 days. My boyfriend says im addicted to it because i “cant NOT smoke it” But i dont think i have an addiction because i dont feel like i HAVE to smoke it. I WANT to smoke it. I enjoy the high. So what. Does this make me an addict? He says im in denial, but how the f* is it an addiction, if you smoke it because you enjoy it, not because to HAVE to have it?Am i in the wrong when i say i dont have an addiction? Oppinions please C:and if your going to leave hate speech, then dont bother answering this question. Thanks! C: