Monthly Archives: February 2014

The U.S. government has patent on cannabis

Originally posted on Craig Klawuhn ~ My Blog:
The U.S. government has patent on cannabis (NaturalHealth365) Most United States citizens have been brainwashed into believing that cannabis is dangerous and has no therapeutic value. Yet, on February 2, 2001, the Unites…

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Colorado Bill Would See Release of All Marijuana Prisoners and Expunge Their Records

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:
Posted February 24th, 2014 by Barry Poppins via WeedMaps It’s already (clearly) been a landmark year for Colorado, America’s first legal weed state. Legalization has been a full-fledged success, other states are now…

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10 Ways Marijuana Can Help Cancer Patients

Originally posted on Cannabis Patients Alliance:
Marijuana can offer a wide range of benefits to patients with cancer, as a recent study from Israel found. Here’s a list of 10 ways that marijuana seemed to help these patients during their…

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National Epilepsy Foundation Calls for Federal and State Policy Change to Increase Access to Medical Cannabis

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:
Foundation Support Adds to Growing Number of Organizations Calling for Passage of the Compassionate Care Act, including Upstate and Long Island Cancer and MS Support Groups Doctors, Patients and Parents of Children with…

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A marijuana momma testimonial

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:
I am an MJ+ Momma of one and pregnant with my second. I have decided to continue medicating strictly with MJ because I have Carpal Tunnel, Extensive Nerve Damage – Neuralgia, Type 1…

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Cannabis: GOOD for mental health? Breakthrough study claims it could be used to help treat depression

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:
Abstract: The endocannabinoid system and emotional processing: a pharmacological fMRI study with ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol See Also: Cannabis for depression and bipolar disorder Smoking marijuana alters our response to negative images or emotions People with…

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DUID: Top NIDA researchers say concern for driving high is overblown

Originally posted on Cannabis Patients Alliance:
Even top researchers from NIDA agree that resources would be better spent on reducing driving under the influence of alcohol than marijuana. And yet, the leadership of Colorado is doing everything it can to…

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