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posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:23 AM
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a reply to: purplemer

There's no reason why cannabis shouldn't become legalized. It's been shown time and time again it relieves pain and it has healing properties. Alcohol has more negative physical and social effects than cannabis. It's sad to think we lock up people who are in possession of this stuff along with hardened criminals.




posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:24 AM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: strongfp

originally posted by: ReadLeader
a reply to: purplemer

I first tried the edibles, but the liquid is much faster acting. I have found it cures most ailments, arthritis. Stomach pain, etc.

Studying my American Indian heritage, seems as though my ancestors knew much more about this than modern day physician's..

Lol, I guess this is why the call it (hereally in America anyway) "PRACTICING MEDICINE"



You can't cure arthritis, it's a degeneration of tissue from physical use, and it's a disease that by time you hit 80+ years old 100% of the population has it somewhere in the body.

I am not trying to attack the stuff, it's great for pain relief and in some cases can help with the healing process and reverse some diseases, but there is more to it than just injecting some sort of oil into your body. It's not like quinine and malaria. Cancer is something completely different.


Some arthritis is cause by an overactive immune system. I know people who got arthritis in their twenties or thirties due to an unrelated infection, but the immune system started attacking their bone joints. Some treatments include painkillers (just to relieve the pain), anti-inflammatory drugs (to reduce swelling, immune system reaction). Maybe the oils help to reduce the friction between bones? Surgical treatments include replacing the bone joints themselves, but even titanium or stainless steel implants wear out.


Yes, there is osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. For osteoarthritis, there are steroid shots, arthroscopy (to clean out broken cartlidge and 'thinkg floating around' in the knee'. and anti inflammatories or pain killers. A combination of these and physical therapy and an upcoming arthroscopy is delaying my knee replacements, which I am in no hurry to have. I wave waaay early onset osteoarthritis.

Injections of 1% sodium hyaluronate can also be done. It is a liquid naturally found in the knee that acts as a shock absorber and helps bones to not grate against eachother. I wonder if they could add 1% canabis tincture to that...shock absorber and pain reliever in one. Now that would be something worth looking into!
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posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:27 AM
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If anyone is interested in learning more, you can find a chart here breaking down the various medicinal properties of a few different cannabinoids: THC, CBG, CBD and CBN.

Health Effects of Cannabinoids

Click on the chart and it will bring up a bigger chart; click on that chart and it will enlarge the chart even more. Besides the well known effects of THC, it is also effective against infections, along with the CBDs, CBCs and CBGs. As research continues, I'm sure we will be seeing more cannabis strains developed, as well as high content cannabinoid oils, tinctures, salves, etc. I truly believe cannabinoids are the medicine of the future -- as long as we don't let govt and Big Pharma don't get in the way!



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:31 AM
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Cannabis helped me with my arthritis no end and I don't won't lie about it. It has no side effects and its well time to stop the humbug and for government to get its nose out of what people chose to use to help their conditions.

Were we to have fabulous medications which dealt with our illnesses instead of the ones that merely create side effects which means every time a new side effect rears its ugly little head, ghosh there's another prescription drug to help that - and create new side effects - all for the profit of the chemical and allied industries and not necessarily for our health.

One isn't allowed to say that though is one?



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:35 AM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: strongfp

originally posted by: ReadLeader
a reply to: purplemer

I first tried the edibles, but the liquid is much faster acting. I have found it cures most ailments, arthritis. Stomach pain, etc.

Studying my American Indian heritage, seems as though my ancestors knew much more about this than modern day physician's..

Lol, I guess this is why the call it (hereally in America anyway) "PRACTICING MEDICINE"



You can't cure arthritis, it's a degeneration of tissue from physical use, and it's a disease that by time you hit 80+ years old 100% of the population has it somewhere in the body.

I am not trying to attack the stuff, it's great for pain relief and in some cases can help with the healing process and reverse some diseases, but there is more to it than just injecting some sort of oil into your body. It's not like quinine and malaria. Cancer is something completely different.


Some arthritis is cause by an overactive immune system. I know people who got arthritis in their twenties or thirties due to an unrelated infection, but the immune system started attacking their bone joints. Some treatments include painkillers (just to relieve the pain), anti-inflammatory drugs (to reduce swelling, immune system reaction). Maybe the oils help to reduce the friction between bones? Surgical treatments include replacing the bone joints themselves, but even titanium or stainless steel implants wear out.


I'm one of the people who got arthritis in their 30's. I had always just assumed that my joints ached because us tall people are more prone to these types of things. When I ripped the meniscus in my right knee and went in for surgery, I was told that I definitely had arthritis. Fortunately for me now, I live in Washington state and, although I'm not "cured" of my arthritis, the effects of legal recreational use help - as well as the cannabis cream I occasionally use to rub into my knees and elbows.
It was also very helpful for my brother (brother in law actually, but the brother I never had) when he was going through chemo and other cancer treatments. He would say that the treatment left all food tasting like sand to him - so he lost a lot of weight due to nothing tasting good. Smoking medical grade weed helped him to be able to eat and also made him feel a little better from his other symptoms. But since it's fairly cheap to grow and not copyright-able, Big Pharma won't allow it to be tested and, since Big Pharma literally owns congress and the house - it won't be legal anytime soon outside of the few states who have gone their own way.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:37 AM
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a reply to: purplemer

If only you could use the homeopathic tinctures without all the high fuzzy headed feeling and extreme munchies. I would use it proactively to avoid tumors such as we have seen from the food we eat, the environment and water.








posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:44 AM
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originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: FamCore

Did not release you could use it on pets. I find it hard to find information on treating animals with herbs.

Happy day to you..



IIRC, lots of animals like this plant. They're drawn to it for one reason or another.

But it is difficult to find any information on Cannabis for pets. Doubt your local vet is going to recommend it, either.

As far as people go, I'm 100% for legalization for medical. I live in a legal state (Colorado) and the sky didn't fall when they legalized for recreational use. In fact, I haven't seen many people openly using Cannabis anywhere here. It may be different in say, Denver, but down here in the Springs, I don't see anyone doing it openly. May be because of the high number of military folks in the area, who knows.

Plus, you have to go to Manitou if you want rec Cannabis. Or Denver, or Pueblo. Colorado Springs didn't legalize for rec sales when they voted, so that may be why as well.

The legalization really turned things around for some Puebloeans...But it's still a high crime area and town. Lots of gangs and heroin probs in Pueblo, the PD/city manager are lazy, not enough cops for what's going on there. Honestly, that is the reason we didn't move there.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 10:56 AM
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originally posted by: WeRpeons
a reply to: purplemer

There's no reason why cannabis shouldn't become legalized. It's been shown time and time again it relieves pain and it has healing properties. Alcohol has more negative physical and social effects than cannabis. It's sad to think we lock up people who are in possession of this stuff along with hardened criminals.



And here is, in a very simple explanation, why.

It is quite easy to grow cannabis, in your own backyard, even in a pot on a ledge as far as I am aware.
It is quite hard to produce your own alcohol, you need a still, the sugar, the electricity, so on and so forth.

If we assume that one of these must be illegal (to fuel, let us say, a hypothetical war on some popular substance as a way to fuel the prison industry), which is easier for big business to profit from?
edit on 18/11/2015 by Eilasvaleleyn because: Reasons



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:32 AM
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originally posted by: Thefarmer
a reply to: strongfp

I don't know if you're kidding or not but if you're being serious it just goes to show ignorance toward the subject

You do not inject cannabis oil!

There is a whole load of ways to take it, smoking, ingesting, rubbing into skin like an ointment

I've said this in another thread about when my nan had bowle cancer and was receiving treatment for it the only thing that helped her feel better was smoking a doobie with me and my cousin!! Just wished she started sooner because there's nothing worse than seeing someone you love so much suffer!! No one shoul have to go through that!!

In my eyes it's truly a miracle plant



You were taking my statement to literally.
I know you don't 'inject' it. I am not that oblivious.

And I did go on about how it does help with treatments, or along side with others.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:38 AM
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a reply to: purplemer

My close friend has started a legal medicinal cannabis product line and that's how I heard about it. I couldn't find his products online but here is an example of other canna-biscuits for pets: canna-pet.com...

Have a great one!



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: strongfp

originally posted by: ReadLeader
a reply to: purplemer

I first tried the edibles, but the liquid is much faster acting. I have found it cures most ailments, arthritis. Stomach pain, etc.

Studying my American Indian heritage, seems as though my ancestors knew much more about this than modern day physician's..

Lol, I guess this is why the call it (hereally in America anyway) "PRACTICING MEDICINE"



You can't cure arthritis, it's a degeneration of tissue from physical use, and it's a disease that by time you hit 80+ years old 100% of the population has it somewhere in the body.

I am not trying to attack the stuff, it's great for pain relief and in some cases can help with the healing process and reverse some diseases, but there is more to it than just injecting some sort of oil into your body. It's not like quinine and malaria. Cancer is something completely different.


Some arthritis is cause by an overactive immune system. I know people who got arthritis in their twenties or thirties due to an unrelated infection, but the immune system started attacking their bone joints. Some treatments include painkillers (just to relieve the pain), anti-inflammatory drugs (to reduce swelling, immune system reaction). Maybe the oils help to reduce the friction between bones? Surgical treatments include replacing the bone joints themselves, but even titanium or stainless steel implants wear out.


Poor dental hygiene is also a indicator that you have a poor immune system, or an infection somewhere else in the body, or a failing organ, what have you.
The fact is that arthritis is caused by wear and tear, an infection or other disease does not cause the arthritis, it simply accelerates the process.

Think of it as a car engine, you don't replace the oil for say, 150,000 KM, and then your engine seizes up, where as a guy who has the same engine in his car has 500,000 KM changed his engine oil every 5000km still running strong.
Everything in the body is connected, each organ does it's job and helps out one another in some way. And one way to reduce the strain on those organs is to relieve stress, and one way to do so is to smoke, or ingest something that makes the body feel at ease, such as cannabis. Low stress means more down time, more time for the body to do it's thing and heal, couple that with the right treatments, good diet, medicine, etc. you have a much higher chance to overcome things like cancer.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:40 AM
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a reply to: FamCore

Thank you Famecore

Have a great one too..! ! !

:-)



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:40 AM
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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: purplemer

This stuff really works. Endocannabinoids possess so many healing properties. CBD is one cannabinoid that doesn't give you the "high" effect, but does cause the sensation to be hungry. Because it doesn't have the "high" effect, it can be given to pets and children/infants.

Cannabis treatments are also very effective for epilepsy!!!


S & F, great topic. Thanks for sharing the information.


I was told that cannabis would not be effective for my temporal lobe epilepsy. I was told that by a doctor though. She did know I cannot take the modern epilepsy drugs, the side effects of them all are too bad for me.

But remember, I was told this by a doctor, I did not talk to a specialist about this. Maybe it might work but I do not feel like getting high anymore. I tried that when I was much younger.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:43 AM
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Cannabis has a lot of good properties medically but I can't see any way with my present knowledge as to how it can cure cancer. It is a good medicine for many things. Now Hemp oil shares a lot of the same chemistry and would be a lot cheaper. It depends on what chemicals would be killing the cancer. It is also a legal thing.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:45 AM
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But remember, I was told this by a doctor, I did not talk to a specialist about this. Maybe it might work but I do not feel like getting high anymore. I tried that when I was much younger.


Rickymouse in the house..


When the right strains are used and processed correctly you dont get high.Its not about that. The oil content is high in cbds they have strong medicinal effects.

:-)



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse I have found Cbd to be good for epilepsy, anything with thc in is a no no for my epilepsy. Cbd is not illegal here in the uk or anywhere I think, probably worth checking. Thc is regarded as illegal here so you gotta make sure you do a bit of homework



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:48 AM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Cannabis has a lot of good properties medically but I can't see any way with my present knowledge as to how it can cure cancer. It is a good medicine for many things. Now Hemp oil shares a lot of the same chemistry and would be a lot cheaper. It depends on what chemicals would be killing the cancer. It is also a legal thing.


There is a lot of information coming out these days about its effects on cancer.

Have a look at this for example.

20 Medical Studies That Show Cannabis Can Be A Potential Cure For Cancer
www.collective-evolution.com...




posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:50 AM
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a reply to: antar

Hello Antar

You can use these tinctures without getting a fuzzy head. Oil or tincture high in cbd will not give you a fuzzy head but will give you the health benefits.

Happy Day to you.




posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 11:51 AM
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a reply to: Eilasvaleleyn

Not true I make wine like my father has and as his father has and the only sugar we use are from the grapes no other additives.


Growing MJ may be easy thing but getting quality results isn't.



posted on Nov, 18 2015 @ 12:00 PM
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a reply to: thesaneone

Didnt know you could make wine with just grapes and no added suger. HAve made cidar that way and was wondering if i could do the same with beetroot. My favourite wines are flower wines i thinnk they taste lovely they do require sugar though..





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