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- Marijuana and the cannabinoids
- The medicinal uses of cannabis and cannabinoids
- Endocannabinoids: the brain and body’s marijuana and beyond
- Marihuana reconsidered
- Marihuana, the forbidden medicine
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- Cannabis and cannabinoids: pharmacology, toxicology, and therapeutic potential
- Hemp for health: the medicinal and nutritional uses of Cannabis sativa
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- The emperor wears no clothes
Dr. Robert Melamede:
an expert on Cannabinoids.
Dr. Melamede says that the Cannabis flower is the most effective and versatile medicine known to humankind. It’s an overall nervous system tune-up.
By our inalienable rights we should be allowed to use it and grow it even for personal therapeutic use, without a doctors approval. It’s good for us. If smoking bothers you than take a dose of the oil.
Dr. Bob Melamede on Endocannabinoids:
“A look at the development of SATIVEX, the cannabis derived medicine being grown at the secret location known as Porton Down. Only now was the existence of CBD (Cannabidiol) and its anti-psychotic properties mentioned, and the claim made that some of the newer recreational strains contain no CBD at all (which isn’t actually correct, although CBD levels are low in some strains). A good case for the proper regulation of the commercial trade was almost made, but avoided.” – The UKCIA News Blog
- marijuana grow operation for production of Sativex
- Interview with Dr. Philip Robson about cannabinoids focusing on THC and CBD
The medical science is strongly in favor of THC laden hemp oil as a primary cancer therapy, not just in a supportive role to control the side effects of chemotherapy.
Hemp oil can cheaply and effectively deliver a knock out blow to ones cancer.
According to Dr. Robert Ramer and Dr. Burkhard Hinz of the University of Rostock in Germany medical marijuana can be an effective treatment for cancer: salem-news.com/articles/january112008/cancer_treatment_11008.php
Their research was published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute Advance Access on December 25th of 2007 in a paper entitled Inhibition of Cancer Cell Invasion by Cannabinoids via Increased Expression of Tissue Inhibitor of Matrix Metalloproteinases-1.
Full Article: jnci.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/100/1/59