Health Industry and Cannabis Industry

Health Industry and Cannabis Industry – The Battle     of Treatments

Cannabis was used for two recently publicized cures of serious disease. Both treatments were done surreptitiously in the USA. Fifteen states have legalized medical marijuana minimally and twelve others are considering the same. But the Obama administration is unleashing their Fed dogs on those legal medical marijuana outlets. In states that permit medical marijuana, smoking weed eliminates glaucoma symptoms. But its legal use is more often relegated to soften side effects of toxic chemicals such as chemo or to help cancer and AIDs cachexia patients regain their appetites.


In other words, it's allowed more as a comforting adjunct to mainstream medicine than as a cure. The most famous pioneer of cannabis hemp oil, Rick Simpson, who is exiled in Europe, has said smoking weed doesn't cure much. Instead, THC hemp oil needs to be produced and ingested. This achieves miraculous results. He used his oil topically to fully cure his skin cancer when the medicos couldn't in Nova Scotia, Canada. Then he gave it freely to fellow local citizens who needed something the medical system wasn't providing, complete cures for cancer and heart disease.


Keep in mind that Canadians don't have to pay out of pocket for medical expenses. So they weren't looking for a cheap fix. They were seeking complete recoveries. And they all got that from ingesting small amounts of Rick's free cannabis hemp oil. After studying the efforts for and against the movement of justification, the only way to solve it is the legalization. Because no matter what it is obvious that there will be a legal or semi-legal market. It’s like the wind that can never be still. Cannabis is such an amazing source of so much goodness that either it will be tapped and sold like oil, or it will be free and the people will utilize it like corn. It appears now that the market is being captured by corporations with over 150 patents on cannabis, it is obvious that cannabis from here on out will never be the same as before.