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Medical Cannabis and the California Crisis

SB 420 places the burden of creating a viable system of access to medical cannabis on the counties, particularly the county departments of health. To meet and exceed SB 420’s guidelines, and turn what is ostensibly a new administrative and budgetary burden into a health, safety and financial boon for each county, Ahimsa International proposes the statewide implementation of a county-run program, which will generate much needed county revenue to help offset the devastating effects of the state budget crisis. . . . → See: Medical Cannabis and the California Crisis


Reefer Madness 2

CBC Television’s THE NATURE OF THINGS with David Suzuki examines the medicinal uses of marijuana. There is a growing number of people who regard marijuana ( cannabis ) as a benign medicine, offering relief to people suffering from a variety of illnesses, including epilepsy, arthritis, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma as well as lessening the side effects of medications and treatments given to cancer and HIV patients. . . . → See: Reefer Madness 2


How Drugs Work: Cannabis

This BBC series gives the viewer new insights into how drugs affect the body. This series uses visual effects and CGI and, for the first time ever, takes the viewer on an entire trip from start to finish inside the human body. This first episode draws heavily on research carried out in association with the Beckley Foundation at University College London with Prof. Valerie Curran and Dr. Celia Morgan. . . . → See: How Drugs Work: Cannabis


Cannabis: Britain's Secret Farms

Research shows a third of the UK’s 15-year-olds have tried cannabis and a quarter of young people aged 16-24 smoke it regularly. Presenter Rickie Haywood-Williams journeys beyond the scaremongering headlines to find out the true impact of the UK’s skunk-smoking habit. . . . → See: Cannabis: Britain’s Secret Farms


Dr. Tod Mikuriya and Medical Marijuana

Dr. Tod Mikuriya, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the uses of medical cannabis. He has few peers in his clinical knowledge of cannabis’ therapeutic uses, efficacy, history, culture, policies, routes of administration and potential for abuse. . . . → See: Dr. Tod Mikuriya and Medical Marijuana


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