☮ So we know they know it has medicinal value, therefore disqualifying it as a schedule#1 controlled substance. A clue might have been that it could be one of the oldest medicines and clearly the most researched. As well as actual drug store bottles and recipes. The antidote was readily available in most households. Strong coffee. Yet they continue to stall, divert, lie and cheat to keep people from finding relief for their illness. Let that sink in. Affordable health care in your herb garden isn’t prudent at this juncture for Big-Dope or Rehab Inc. But should we let people receive tax dollars who clearly HATE Americans who use pot. Clearly abuse and weasel around the Constitution any way they can, even blatantly on state and local levels. Machophucks intimidating polio victims. Real bad asses. Webster’s Dictionary 1952 Bhang-(bang). n [Hind.from Sans.. bhanga,hemp] An Indian variety of the common hemp, the resin of which is highly narcotic and intoxicant, and a popular Oriental stimulant, otherwise called hashish. Also employed in medicine, for its anodyne, hyponotic, and anti-spasmodic qualities; also spelled bang, beng. ☮ We also know they know how to make various strengths. The Counterculture Colonel ☮ We know they are not fair trading by prohibiting cannabis while getting patents on individual cannabinoids, to keep other countries from developing medicines. Are we getting close to the “F” word yet? f.a.s.c.i.s.m US Government Patents Medical Pot ☮ We also know they grow different strains and ship the rolled joints to the remaining IND patients, @ 12 joints a day or a canister with 300 joints sent every 25 days. Yet they still claim it has no medicinal value, (sounds like the remaining IND patients are being given something that doesn’t exist. is a menace to society, and we pay all that tax money protecting us from foreign terrorists? Highly addictive, yet it has no seriously taken physical debilitating withdrawal symptoms, Or that the vast majority attending rehabs do so by forced court orders. Also the vast majority cop to a please bargain to avoid mandatory minimum sentencing if found guilty during a jury trial, gagged of any mention of medicinal use. JUSTICE or JUST US? Seems 100 million used it and while 25 or so million still do, the DEA is neglecting to tell the 80 million or so that they can’t just walk away willy nilly, ITS HIGHLY ADDICTIVE morons! Get yourselves to a Caliphony rehabilitation asylum immediately! U.S.Fort Schwag Mississippi ☮ So Mahmoud ElSohly grows kynd bud to show Dr Ganjay and sends the IND patients the three things you shouldn’t send patients to smoke due to the low thc in the leaves, seeds and stems. They seem to grind up, roll and package. Like a sabotage maneuver no one played along with. Send them crap and they’ll quit. Another Junior Boosh Haliburton no bid contract, even when more qualified legitimate growers have applied. So they have the knowledge to give us a range of products for a range of illnesses and symptoms. From wasting syndrome that closed down the IND before too many applied. To the little girl with seizures. This Ganjawar is the filthiest act a race of people have ever committed on their own people. Wall St’s Ganjawar sold on tax dollars by cronies holdering on for decades. Milking the gravy train. Hemp is the main reason Ganja is considered dangerous. Is The DEA Legalizing THC? ☮ Oh that would splain it lucy. Only cannabinoids under patents like they did with merdall, another sabotage trying to scare off old people using Δ9, Keeping Dispensaries outlawed, especially Hemp. NeoConflicts of Interest MJ Research Cut as Support Grows Bush Barthwell & Drugs ☮ Instead of Mahmoud ElSohly growing schwag. GW and Bayer will sell their under the tongue spray. By the same means as any drug. Keeping the profits of prohibition perpetuation strong. Keeping renewable plastic and abortion free clothing off the markets. As well as affordable health care and a safer stress reducer than inebriation from ethanol. Comatose is where the Neocons like us to be. Don’t worry about thinking, they’ll do that for us. Have another round or two and why don’t we get drunk, and screwed. The Effect of Controlled Substances Scheduling on Research ☮ Ya think eh? OK that was one for all of the rocket surgeons out there in DEAth land. D’oH! Is this any way to treat your own citizenry? This is war crimes on your own army. Can’t defend your self in court because its not medicine. It’s not medicine because the FDA hasn’t approved it. It hasn’t approved it because it has been blocked by the DEA. While the HHS is still sitting on the report from the IOM since 1999. Can’t grow it since its not FDA regulated or will NIDA-Nora approve it. Catch 22² anyone? Unless as Donnie Marshall said. “At DEA, our mission is to fight drug trafficking in order to make drug abuse the most expensive, unpleasant, risky, and disreputable form of recreation a person could have.” * drug abuse = one toke. Drug Czar linked to deception - Drug Czar is Required by Law to Lie - UK’s Drugs Czar Fired For Marijuana Truths - Cover-Ups, Prevarications, Subversions & Sabotage - Anti-Drug Campaigns Dumb Down Vital Message - Calvina Fay Prohibition Inc. - GOP Mogul Behind Drug Rehab 'Torture' Centers FDA-Approved Medical Marijuana Research Blocked Dec 10, 1999 On December 6, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) prevented a privately funded, FDA approved medical marijuana study from taking place by refusing to allow the researcher to purchase marijuana from a legal source. google April 15, 2013 U.S. First Circuit Court Upholds NIDA Monopoly on Marijuana for Research Feb 21, 2013 UMass Professor Blocked From Growing Marijuana For Medical Research Oct 15, 2011 Petition | NIDA and DEA: Stop Blocking Medical Marijuana Oct 6, 2011 Obama Administration Blocks FDA-Approved Study of Marijuana Oct 4, 2011 Federal agency blocks FDA-approved marijuana research for veterans Jan 12, 2009Bush Administration Deals Eleventh Hour Blow To Scientific Freedom. On Eve of Obama Presidency, DEA Blocks Privately-Funded, FDA-Approved Medical Marijuana Research. How the Federal Government Is blocking medical marijuana research From The Marijuana Policy Project The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) controls the only legal supply of marijuana for research in the United States. Before scientists can study marijuana’s medical benefits, they must ask NIDA for its marijuana. And NIDA Director Alan Leshner(today its Nora D. Volkow) just says no. The Clinton administration does not want this to happen. While the U.S. Department of Justice threatens doctors and arrests patients who are already using medicinal marijuana, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is working to prevent FDA approval. NIDA is part of HHS. And NIDA Director Alan Leshner(Volkow) is HHS’s point man in charge of blocking medicinal marijuana research. Cannabis and Cannabinoids (PDQ®) National Cancer Institute # Are Cannabis or cannabinoids approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use as a cancer treatment in the United States? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved Cannabis or cannabinoids for use as a cancer treatment. # Are Cannabis or cannabinoids approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use as a treatment for cancer-related symptoms or side effects of cancer therapy? Cannabis is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of any cancer-related symptom or side effect of cancer therapy. Two cannabinoids (dronabinol and nabilone) are approved by the FDA for the treatment of chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting in patients who have not responded to standard therapy. Medical Marijuana Research MAPS is currently seeking regulatory approval to conduct a study of smoked and/or vaporized marijuana for symptoms of PTSD in veterans of war. Cannabis Yields and Dosage This 6-inch diameter canister held 254.89 grams of federal medical marijuana for an IND patient, a typical monthly supply mailed from the federal cannabis research garden in Mississippi. Endocannabinoids (Cannabis sativa) has long been known to contain antibacterial cannabinoids, whose potential to address antibiotic resistance has not yet been investigated. All five major cannabinoids (cannabidiol (1b), cannabichromene (2), cannabigerol (3b), Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (4b), and cannabinol (5)) showed potent activity against a variety of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) strains of current clinical relevance.