One Good Year, Humboldt County Homestead Documentary

•October 26, 2014 • Leave a Comment

One Good Year

Long before marijuana became big business, a group of farmers headed to Humboldt County in One Good Year, which profiles a complete growing season in the remote backwoods.

 

Documentary: True History of Marijuana

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

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Drinking Raw Cannabis Juice Cures BRAIN TUMORS – LEAF Documentary

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

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WEED – What You DON’T KNOW – Documentary HD – Marijuana, An Investigation

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

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Mom facing jail time for giving son high-CBD Rick Simpson oil to stop seizures

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:

Several states in the country have passed laws which allow the use of medical marijuana in recent years. Some laws, like in California or Michigan, cover a wide array of illnesses and/or disorders. Others, like Florida’s “Charlotte’s Web” law, are more focused on neurological disorders like epilepsy or ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

Regardless of the laws, parents across America are turning to medical marijuana as treatment for their children suffering from neurological diseases, and many are experiencing remarkable results.

Angela Brown, from Madison, Minnesota, is one of these parents.

Her 15-year-old son, Trey, suffered a traumatic brain injury during a pick-up baseball game with his friends three years ago. Since then, Trey has had severe headaches, muscle spasms, and seizures to the point that he couldn’t go to school and began punching and cutting himself, according to Valley News Live

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Cannabis May Have Eased Breast Cancer Symptoms of 2,500 yr old Siberian Ice Princess

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Originally posted on Patients for Medical Cannabis:

Screen shot 2014-10-17 at 7.34.45 PMVia IFL Science A 2,500-year-old mummy was extracted from the Altai Mountains in Russia in 1993. As it had been encased in permafrost and protected from the elements, the body was in exceptional condition. The mummy was identified as a female who died in her early 20s. Her body was decorated in tattoos that were still visible on her well-preserved skin and she was buried with meat, ornate clothing, and accessories. These clues indicate that she was a woman of importance during her life, leading to her nickname as the “Altai Princess.” She was identified as belonging to the Pazyryk culture.

Over 20 years after her discovery, researchers have found that the ice princess was plagued with metastatic breast cancer and may have used cannabis to self-medicate as a way to relieve the painful symptoms of her condition. The findings were published in the journal Science First Hand.

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Stay Calm. Stay Nirvana.

•May 20, 2014 • Leave a Comment

STay Calm Stay Nirvana

 
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