According to Sputnik, Colorado is the first state in the U.S. that lifted a ban on use of marijuana. This time, a new law has allowed school nurses to administer medical marijuana to students suffering from diseases “to help them get better.” Unlike Japan, the U.S. seems to have a far more advanced concept on marijuana.
The second article also shows that marijuana has various effects of treatment. According to it, THC, the main element of marijuana, “doesn’t have any toxic effect on non-tumor cells” and stimulates the growth cell suicide. With regard to marijuana, a blogger Now Creation posts an excellent article entitled “Liberationof cannabis is liberation of Japan” in an easily understandable manner.
Reading the article, I feel it is not wrong in thinking that cannabis is the “plant of God” due to the history of Japan and the effect of cannabis.
Today, a blogger Zaurus happens to post an article in which he criticizesmodern people’s faith in medicine. It seems to me that modern people who regard marijuana as evil and depend on medicine and those who abandon God and believe in science and weird religious cults overlap with each other.
June 11, 2018
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
Partial English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – June 10, 2018 –
Colorado legalizes the administration of medical marijuana to students by school nurses
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a bill that allows school nurses to administer medical marijuana to students with parents’ permission and doctors’ prescription, according to the Denver Post.
The law allows parents to bring medical marijuana to school for their children, but the marijuana must be kept in a locked storage container. Furthermore, the parent must bring a doctor’s note that instructs the school nurse about dosage and timing.
Under the law, students receiving medical marijuana at school cannot carry the medicine to school or bring it on a school bus. It is likely that this state law will help students suffering from diseases get better.
Colorado is the first state in the U.S. that lifted a ban on the cultivation, sale and use of marijuana for a non-medical purpose. In May, NYC Mayor called for the city’s police department to stop arresting people who are caught smoking marijuana in public.
Excerpt from a Japanese article: Design of Creation Society – June 8, 2018 –
Study: Cancer Commits Suicide After Exposure to Cannabis
Scientist find cancer cells exposed to THC ceased multiplying
Daniel Newton, www.neonnettle.com
May 29, 2018
Christina Sanchez, a molecular biologist from Complutense University in Madrid, first reported that TetraHydroCannabinol (THC), the main psychedelic element of marijuana, stimulates the growth cell suicide, leaving healthy nontumor cells alone.
Likewise found that in just 3 weeks, doses of THC were able to cut lung cancer tumor development in half in mice topics and were able to decrease cancer lesions by even more. http://woked.co/cancer-commits-suicide-exposure-cannabis/
“Cells can die in different ways, and after cannabinoid treatment, they were dying in a clean way– they were committing suicide.
“One of the advantages of cannabinoids is that they target, specifically, the tumor cells.
They don’t have any toxic effect on normal, non-tumor cells. and this is an advantage with respect to standard chemotherapy, which targets basically everything.
The federal government just recently admitted that marijuana is reliable in shrinking particular kinds of cancer cells. <snip> The NIDA statement read: Recent animal research studies have actually shown that cannabis can kill specific cancer cells and minimize the size of others.
Scientists also found that another extract from cannabis, CBD oil, also has the ability to fight cancer cells. <snip> CBD doesn’t have any of the psychoactive effects such as those possessed by THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
A 2012 research study released in the Journal of Experimental Medicine discovered that CBD considerably suppressed chronic inflammatory and neuropathic discomfort in rodents without triggering analgesic tolerance.
Researchers suggest that CBD and other nonpsychoactive components of marijuana may represent a unique class of healing representatives for the treatment of chronic pain.
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