Friday, August 15, 2014

Parkinsons Patient Treated By Cannabis

I found the video at Man with Parkinson’s able to Drive after Cannabis where they say:
What doctors refuse to tell most people is that they can live a normal life with Parkinson’s disease and do most things others can do with the help of cannabis. Cannabis is still labeled as a schedule 1 drug in line with heavy hitters such as Heroin and Cocaine. Of course these two drugs have been marketed in the past to cure many ailments including coughs and insomnia. they are not marketed as such anymore because there is no real evidence that suggest that people should take either heroin or meth for their cough problems.

The debate still rages on…for some reason…as to the efficacy of cannabis. The studies have proven that we as human beings were created with an Endocannabinoid system that is designed for the uptake of cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. this plant was made for us to heal; it is that simple. Why else would we have these receptors that lead to not only the reduction or elimination of cancer from organs, but also the return of many damaged organs to their previous state. It is proven and there are thousands of people that serve as living proof of how well this plant works. Yet, the debate still rages on.

Parkinson’s disease claims so many lives every year that is is criminal that more people do not have access to the extracts from this plant. The reason why cannabis oil works is because the whole plant is used and thus all of the beneficial cannabinoids are utilized in the system. there is not evidence that anyone has ever been harmed by cannabis and it is probably the least toxic substance on earth.
He goes on to wonder if Jesus' medical miracles were actually cannabis miracles.

I have done a few posts on that:

Christians Oppose Healing The Sick On Moral Grounds

Marijuana Prohibition Is A Crime Against Humanity

Hebrew Etymology


Group studies the role of the endocannabinoid system in Parkinson's disease
A study underway at the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (ICB) of the University of São Paulo (USP) is attempting to discover how the endocannabinoid system is involved in the neurodegenerative process that affects those with Parkinson’s disease.

The endocannabinoid system consists of a set of neurotransmitters that are chemically similar to the chemical compounds found in marijuana (Cannabis sativa) and their brain receptors.

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