I hear that ingenious people Indio living along the Amazon River have used medical herb called Ayahuasca since a long time ago. The herb seems to be effective for depression treatment.
According to the second article, disseminating misinformation about marijuana’s health effects has disappeared from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s website. The Japanese reference source says: “Most of information that ‘it is dangerous to use marijuana’ is urban legend-level misinformation.” According to the article, some of misinformation has been retracted from the DEA’s website.
I have no knowledge about marijuana. Judging from the situation, however, I think that if a ban on the use of marijuana is lifted also on medical drug level, it will inflict significant damage on pharmaceutical companies.
For example, there are many people who complain about knee or lower back pain. If use of medical marijuana is legalized, I believe that it would be possible to find effective way to cope with such pain, for which Western medical science has found almost no treatment. I feel like marijuana having considerable effective on depression. It is necessary to make a detailed study at least of whether it is therapeutically effective or not.
I described about the relationship between depression and divine judgment several times. I think depression develops from various causes but one of them is divine judgment. When you act against Yama (universal morality) and Niyama (personal observances) to a significant degree, your vibrations will decrease to Darkness. If this state is normalized, you will fall into the same state of depression. If you chant Prayerfor Exorcism and Prayer for Purification with Gayatri Mantra, you usually can get out of vibrations of Darkness and should be liberated from depression. In case of heavy karma, however, this prayer has no effect on you. In such a case, you need to give Prayer for reducing karma. After chanting Prayer to reduce karma, please chant Prayer for Exorcism and Prayer for Purification with Gayatri Mantara. If you are liberated from depression with this combination of prayers, you are lucky. Regrettably, there are quite a lot of people who cannot be liberated from depression unless repeatedly chanting these prayers.
However, some people with such heavy karma are likely to be liberated from depression after chanting a combination of prayers only once if their sincere apology is accepted by deities.
I suppose that there are various causes of depression other than divine judgment. It seems that vaccination can be a cause of autism. It is the same with depression. There are presumably multiple causes of depression. However, I suppose that including me, we are not sure exactly what depression is.
April 18, 2017
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English translation of the Japanese article of Sputnik – April 17, 2017 –
A group of Mexican scholars recommends Ayahuasca (meaning of ‘soul vine’) including hallucinatory material for treatment of depression.
According to information internet site FBA “*Ekonomika Sevodonya,” this material can be used for replacement for anti-depressant which has been used and the material is useful in improving serious symptoms of depression.
Within the framework of a long-term experiment, a group of people suffering from chronic depression took drink including Ayahuasca and the other group of people was given a placibo (a substance, which contains no active ingredient, with no active therapeutic effect).
After one week, there were case reports from the first group, which include “felt better” and “felt decreased depression.”
In South America, hallucinatory material containing Ayahuasca has always been used for a long period of time. Traditionally, shamans of indigenous peoples living along the Amazon River prepared soup or drug containing Ayshuasca. Local people also use it in the name of interaction with soul.
(Note) *phonetic spelling
Excerpt from a Japanese article: News onthe Other Side of the World – April 17, 2017 –
US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) deletes misinformation about marijuana’s health effects
DEA website refresh? Document on marijuana health risks no longer listed
February 14 [The Cannabist]
A document that put the DEA under fire for disseminating misinformation about marijuana’s health effects has disappeared from the agency’s website.
In December, the medical marijuana advocacy organization (Americans for Safe Access) alleged that the DEA website’s inclusion of 25 false statements about marijuana violated the Data Quality Act, also known as the Information Quality Act, which is meant to ensure the quality, objectivity, utility and integrity of information that government agencies provide to the public.
On Monday, the group hailed the document’s absence as a victory.
“This is a victory for medical cannabis patients across the nation, who rely on cannabis to treat serious illnesses.”
(The rest is omitted)