Medicinal Cannabis and its Impact on Human Health

In this myth shattering, information packed documentary, learn from physicians and leading researchers about medicinal Cannabis and its demonstrated effects on human health. . . . → See: Medicinal Cannabis and its Impact on Human Health

Waiting To Inhale

Marijuana, Medicine and the Law. Waiting to Inhale examines the heated debate over marijuana and its use as medicine in the United States. Twelve states have passed legislation to protect patients who use medical marijuana. Yet opponents claim the medical argument is just a smokescreen for a different agenda– to legalize marijuana for recreation and profit. What claims are being made, and what are the stakes? . . . → See: Waiting To Inhale

In Pot We Trust

The medical use of marijuana is examined from every side of a very complex issue with this documentary that charts the suffering of four chronically ill patients whose reliance on the illegal drug as a pain killer is in jeopardy due to federal anti-narcotic legislation. Reform organizations, prohibitionist groups, politicians, drug war critics, scientists, and celebrities all get their say in this fascinating analysis. – . . . → See: In Pot We Trust

Pediatrics and Medicinal Cannabis

At 2004 Cannabis Therapeutics Conference, Dr. Ethan Russo presents worldwide history of medical marijuana used for childhood diseases: including colic, seizures, pertussis, diarrhea, parasites, wasting syndrome, asthma, tetanus and others. Editor of the “Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics”, Dr. Russo also addresses recent science on anti-cancer agents in Cannabis, ADHD and epilepsy. He is on the Board of Advisors of Patients Out of Time, host of the conference. . . . → See: Pediatrics and Medicinal Cannabis

The Future of Psychedelic and Medical Marijuana Research

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a membership–based, IRS–approved 501 (c) (3) nonprofit research and educational organization. Our mission is 1) to treat conditions for which conventional medicines provide limited relief—such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), pain, drug dependence, anxiety and depression associated with end-of-life issues—by developing psychedelics and marijuana into prescription medicines; 2) to cure many thousands of people by building a network of clinics where treatments can be provided; and 3) to educate the public honestly about the risks and benefits of psychedelics and marijuana. – . . . → See: The Future of Psychedelic and Medical Marijuana Research

Jew York City Marijuana Shout-Out

In an fascinating development of the Joesph Barton and Jay Debberman Marijuana Break-in Trial the people who are rising to the occasion to address the rapid losing of the inalienable rights our Constitution was set in place to protect are from very different backgrounds. In this post call-in, after “Farther Down the Rabbit Hole” went live, Joe Friendly called in initially contracted about the manner Joe Barton deals with the Judge to a far more expanded state (aided by the workings of injected vs smoked hemp oil). . . . → See: Jew York City Marijuana Shout-Out

Dr. Donald Tashkin Marijuana Lung Cancer Study

Pulmonary specialist and Federal Government researcher from UCLA Geffen School of Medicine finds that marijuana does not cause lung cancer in his study on the effects of cannabis and the lungs. Results of this study are discussed for the first time. If you agree that cannabis should be legal, write a letter to your congressperson and tell them to legalize it! Cannabis was made illegal because the paper industry was split between the hemp and the wood pulp factions. The wood pulp people had more money and won, which caused a negative ripple effect in our society such as the loss of a valuable medicine. Since the prohibition of cannabis began the cancer rates have grown at an alarming rate. Cannabis is used for thousands of purposes and it’s loss of use has caused great hardship to everyone. It is time for truth to prevail and prohibition to stop. . . . → See: Dr. Donald Tashkin Marijuana Lung Cancer Study

The Truth About Medical Marijuana


A panel of legal and medical experts join author Ed Rosenthal in a discussion on the impact of state laws allowing medical marijuana versus federal efforts to override all decriminalization statutes in this forum sponsored by the Independent Institute, Harper’s Magazine and the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Series: “Richard and Rhoda […] . . . → See: The Truth About Medical Marijuana

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