Hemp and Cannabis Can Save the World ~v.easleyii

The Cannabis Plant has been used as Fiber, Food and Medicine for thousands of Years.

It’s only since the Last Century that this Plant’s Prohibition was fraudulently induced upon the World, depriving Each of Us of Our Health, Wealth and Happiness

Hemp and Marijuana both come from the same plant – Cannabis

‘Hemp’ is the industrial/commercial use of the cannabis stalk and seed for textiles, foods, papers, body care products, detergents, plastics and building materials.

Marijauna is the flowers (bud) of the Plant ingested for Medical and Recreational use [sound of hitt’n a “J” (PuffPuffPass)]

(It does after all get) people high. THC triggers cannabinoid receptors in the brain and this produces the sensation of being stoned. These receptors are found in the parts of the brain linked to pleasure, memory, concentration, and time perception.

Marijuana does NOT pose a threat to the general public. Marijuana is very much a danger to the oil companies, alcohol, tobacco industries and a large number of chemical corporations. Various big businesses, with plenty of dollars and influence, have suppressed the truth from the people.

The truth is if marijuana was utilized for its vast array of commercial products, it would create an industrial atomic bomb! Entrepreneurs have not been educated on the product potential of pot. The super rich have conspired to spread misinformation about an extremely versatile plant that, if used properly, would ruin their companies.
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Back Ground

1919 The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol and positioned marijuana as an attractive alternative leading to an increase in use of the substance.

1933 The U.S. congress repealed the 21st Amendment, ending alcohol prohibition; 4 years later the prohibition of marijuana will be in full effect.

1936 The American propaganda film Reefer Madness was made to scare American youth away from using Cannabis.

1937 U.S. Congress passed the Marijuana Tax Act which criminalized the drug. In response Dr. William C. Woodward, testifying on behalf of the AMA, told Congress that, “The American Medical Association knows of no evidence that marijuana is a dangerous drug” and warned that a prohibition “loses sight of the fact that future investigation may show that there are substantial medical uses for Cannabis.” His comments were ignored by Congress. A part of the testimony for Congress to pass the 1937 act derived from articles in newspapers owned by William Randolph Hearst, who had significant financial interests in the timber industry, which manufactured his newsprint paper.

1941 Cannabis is removed from the U.S. Pharmacopoeia and it’s medicinal use is no longer recognized in America

1951 The Boggs Act and the Narcotics Control Act in the U.S. increases all drug penalties and laid down mandatory sentences.

1970 The US National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) forms. That same year the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act repealed mandatory penalties for drug offenses and marijuana was categorized separately from other narcotics.

1972 The Nixon-appointed Shafer Commission urged use of cannabis be re-legalized, but their recommendation was ignored. U.S. Medical research picks up pace. Proposition 19 in California to legalize marijuana use is rejected by a voter margin of 66-33%.

1976 The U.S. federal government created the Investigational New Drug (IND) Compassionate Use research program to allow patients to receive up to nine pounds of cannabis….

1977-1981 U.S. President Carter, including his assistant for drug policy, Dr. Peter Bourne, pushed for decriminalization of marijuana, with the president himself asking Congress to abolish federal criminal penalties for those caught with less than one ounce of marijuana.

1986 President Reagan signed the Anti-Drug Abuse Act, reinstating mandatory minimums and raising federal penalties for possession and distribution and officially begins the U.S. international “war on drugs.”

1996 California (the first U.S. state to ban marijuana use, see 1915) became the first U.S. State to then re-legalize medical marijuana use for people suffering from AIDS, cancer, and other serious illnesses. A similar bill was passed in Arizona the same year. This was followed by the passage of similar initiatives in Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Washington D.C., Hawaii, Maryland, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

1997 The American Office of National Drug Control Policy commissioned the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to conduct a comprehensive study of the medical efficacy of cannabis therapeutics. The IOM concluded that cannabis is a safe and effective medicine, patients should have access, and the government should expand avenues for research and drug development. The federal government completely ignored its findings and refused to act on its recommendations.

1997-2001 In direct contradiction to the IOM recomendations, President Clinton, continuing the Regan and Bush “war on drugs” era, began a campaign to arrest and prosecute medical cannabis patients and their providers in California and elsewhere.
1999 Hawaii and North Dakota unsuccessfully attempt to legalize hemp farming. The U.S. DEA reclassifies dronabinol as a schedule III drug, making the medication easier to prescribe while marijuana itself continues to be listed Schedule I as having “no accepted medical use.”

2001-2009 Under President G.W. Bush the U.S. federal government intensified its “war on drugs” targeting both patients and doctors across the state of California.

2009 President Obama made steps toward ending the very unsuccessful 20-year “war on drugs” initiated during the Regan administration by stating that individual drug use is really a public health issue, and should be treated as such. Under his guidance, the U.S. Justice Department announced that federal prosecutors will no longer pursue medical marijuana users and distributors who comply with state laws.

2010 Proposition 19 to legalize marijuana in California is placed back on the ballet (named The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010). Current voter poles suggest that the proposition has about 50% population support and will likely win or loose by a margin of only 2%.

Oct 2010 Just weeks before the November 02 California election on Prop. 19 Attorney General Eric Holder said federal authorities would continue to enforce U.S. laws that declare the drug is illegal, even if voters approve the initiative, stating “we will vigorously enforce the (Controlled Substances Act) against those individuals and organizations that possess, manufacture or distribute marijuana for recreational use.”

The 10,000-year World History of Hemp and Cannabis
Complete world history of marijuana use with embedded videos from around the web

Marijuana Timeline

1600-1890s Domestic production of hemp encouraged

1906 Pure Food and Drug Act

1900 – 20s Mexican immigrants introduce recreational use of marijuana leaf

1930s Fear of marijuana / 1930 Creation of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) / 1932 Uniform State Narcotic Act / 1936 “Reefer Madness” / 1937 Marijuana Tax Act

1940s “Hemp for Victory” / 1944 La Guardia Report finds marijuana less dangerous

1951-56 Stricter Sentencing Laws

1960’s Marijuana use popular in counterculture / 1968 Creation of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs

1970 Repeal of most mandatory minimum sentences / Marijuana differentiated from other drugs / National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) founded / 1972 Shafer Commission / 1973 Creation of the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) / 1974 High Times founded / 1976 Beginning of parents’ movement against marijuana

1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act – Mandatory Sentences / 1989 Bush’s War on Drugs

1996 Medical Use Legalized in California


Why is Marijuana Illegal?

(because) Anslinger was an extremely ambitious man, and he recognized the Bureau of Narcotics as an amazing career opportunity — a new government agency with the opportunity to define both the problem and the solution. He immediately realized that opiates and cocaine wouldn’t be enough to help build his agency, so he latched on to marijuana and started to work on making it illegal at the federal level.

Anslinger immediately drew upon the themes of racism and violence to draw national attention to the problem he wanted to create.

Pubdate: 1961
Source: The Murderers, the story of the narcotic gangs
Authors: Harry J. Anslinger, U. S. Commissioner of Narcotics and Will Oursler
Pages: 541-554

Many articles about and testimony by Harry J. Anslinger can be found at Cliff Shaffer’s Drug Library:

more links on Anslinger

Full Text of the Marihuana Tax Act as passed in 1937http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/hemp/taxact/mjtaxact.htm

The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 was a United States Act that placed a tax on the sale of cannabis. The Act is now commonly referred to using the modern spelling as the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act. The Act levied a tax equaling roughly one dollar on anyone who dealt commercially in cannabis, hemp, or marijuana. The Act did not itself criminalize the possession or usage of hemp, marijuana, or cannabis, but it included penalty and enforcement provisions to which marijuana, cannabis, or hemp handlers were subject. Violation of these procedures could result in a fine of up to $2,000 and up to five years’ imprisonment.
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Marijuana Tax Stamp held Unconstitutional.

In 1969, the United States Supreme Court declared that the Marihuana Tax Stamp Act of 1937 was unconstitutional, because it required that the person seeking a tax stamp incriminate himself in direct violation of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

The federal government responded by passing The Controlled Substances Act in 1970, citing ‘interstate commerce’ as the basis for its authority. The United States Supreme Court recognized the so called ‘commerce clause’ to uphold a series of laws that have effectively gutted the Tenth Amendment and its reservation of rights to the states and to the people. Congress has since used the ‘commerce clause’ to justify just any action that it wants to take.

Marijuana has been illegal ever since 1937, the federal government continues to spell it “marihuana”, and classifies it as a Schedule 1 controlled substance, alongside heroin, opium, morphine, LSD, and ecstasy. See our Marihuana Crimes and Offenses page for additional information on marijuana crimes and penalties.

The War on Marijuana is a Failure
By The Gregory Brothers

Over the last twenty years, much of the war of drugs has become a war on marijuana. According to new research from the ACLU, nearly half of all drug arrests in 2010 were for marijuana possession – with cops busting someone every (37)/41 seconds just for having weed. And the bulk of those arrested were Black. Despite the fact that Blacks and whites use pot at roughly the same rates, the ACLU found that Blacks were nearly 4 times as likely to be busted for having marijuana. The expense is staggering: states are wasting about $3.6 billion a year enforcing marijuana laws – money that could be better invested.

Hemp is Earth’s number-one biomass resource; it is capable of producing 10 tons per acre in four months.

– Hemp biodegradable plastic:

– In 1941 Henry Ford built a plastic car made of fiber from hemp and wheat straw. Hemp plastic is biodegradable, synthetic plastic is not.

– Car fuel made from hemp:

– Biomass can be converted to methane, methanol, or gasoline at a cost comparable to petroleum.

– Hemp fuel burns clean. Petroleum causes acid rain due to sulfur pollution.

– Hemp for energy:

– Hemp can produce 10 times more methanol than corn.

– Cannabis for food:

– Hemp seed can be pressed into a nutritious oil, which contains the highest amount of fatty acids in the plant kingdom. Essential oils are responsible for our immune system responses, and clear the arteries of cholesterol and plaque.

– Hemp seed protein is one of mankind’s finest, most complete and available-to-the-body vegetable proteins.

– Hemp for paper:

– One acre of hemp can produce as much usable fiber as 4 acres of trees or two acres of cotton.

– Trees cut down to make paper take 50 to 500 years to grow, while hemp can be cultivated in as little as 100 days and can yield 4 times more paper over a 20 year period.

Hemp vs trees (for deforestation):

– One acre of hemp produces as much cellulose fiber pulp as 4.1 acres of trees, making hemp a perfect material to replace trees for pressed board, particle board, and concrete construction molds.

– Isochanvre, a rediscovered French building material made from hemp hurds mixed with lime petrifies into a mineral state and lasts for many centuries. Archeologists have found a bridge in the south of France from the Merovingian period (500-751 A.D.), built with this process.


What Is Hemp Plastic?

Hemp Plastic is an affordable bio based natural fibre composite to replace oil based raw materials.

Designed in Europe over 15 years and now produced in China, Hemp Plastics compete with engineering compounds in properties such as stiffness and high heat tolerance (HDT).

Both biodegradable and recyclable blends address global policies for CO2 reduction and oil dependence.

Hemp plastics are not made from hemp oil or hemp seeds, but from the stalk. They are the preferred options to PP-glass fibre, High Heat ABS and PC/ABS.

Flame retardant for specific grades, using halogen-free additives.


Hemp plastic – the future of bioplastics.

Henry Ford was fond of saying, “Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down if we can get the equivalent of forests and mineral products from the annual growth of the fields?“

George Washington Carver had a response: “I believe that the great Creator has put ores and oil on this earth to give us a breathing spell. As we exhaust our finite resources, we must be prepared to fall back on our farms, which is Gods true storehouse and can never be exhausted. We can learn to synthesize material for every human need from things that grow.”

That “breathing spell” ended 60 years ago when Henry Ford built his car. Since then, we have cut down half of the worlds forests, a primary source of clean air. Only 3 percent of the U.S. original forests still remain. Much of Australia’s old-growth forests are being cut down for wood chips. If we dont start using hemp to help build our societies, what will we use?

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Henry Ford’s first Model-T was built to run on hemp gasoline and the CAR ITSELF WAS CONSTRUCTED FROM HEMP! On his large estate, Ford was photographed among his hemp fields. The car, ‘grown from the soil,’ had hemp plastic panels whose impact strength was 10 times stronger than steel; Popular Mechanics, 1941.http://www.illuminati-news.com/marijuana-conspiracy.htm


-A Popular Mechanics article from 1938 stated that over 25,000 different products could be made from hemp in oil, seed or fibre form.[xvi]

-Used for thousands of years by a wide variety of cultures, hemp is currently being used worldwide in industries such as fabric, food, bio-diesel fuel, paper, plastics, rope, building material, molded panels, car components, wallpaper, acoustic baffling and barn bedding for farm animals.[xvii]

-125 years ago, 70 to 90 percent of all rope, twine, cordage, ship sails, canvas, fibre, cloth, etc., was made out of hemp fibre. It was replaced by Dupont’s then newly discovered petrochemical fibre (nylon) beginning in 1937. [xviii]

The Healing Power of Marijuana Has Barely Been Tapped.

(It) …can be medically useful for pain relief, calming and appetite stimulation. It already has confirmed benefits against glaucoma, epilepsy and other specific diseases and disorders.http://www.alternet.org/drugs/healing-power-marijuana-has-barely-been-tapped

Endogenous cannabinoids play a role in the modulation of immune response and control of cancer cell proliferation.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12052046

Obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer may very well “run in the family”—meaning it’s a trend within your immediate ancestry—but our growing urge to call something inherited is not doing anyone any good. You see, the health concerns we often blame on our parents (or grandparents) are usually within our control. As a matter of fact, it’s estimated that less than 1% of all diseases are caused by flawed genes.

Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/still-blaming-your-genes-for-your-health-think-again/#ixzz2dym1podT

Currently, there is a tremendous amount of controversy with respect to the effects that cannabinoids have on cancers. Endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, and synthetic cannabinoids have demonstrated cancer killing and anti-metastatic properties in tissue culture and in animal models. While formal, proper, FDA approved clinical trials that would prove or disprove the therapeutic potential of cannabis extracts for treating cancers; trials have not been carried out. Nevertheless, a significant number of anecdotal observations have accumulated that suggest people suffering from a variety of cancers appear to have been cured by ingesting what is known as “Rick Simpson’s hemp oil”. www.cannabisscience.com

Physician’s documentation confirms successful treatment of basal cell carcinoma with topical cannabis extract

Cannabinoids, endocannabinoids, and cancer.

The endocannabinoid system consists of an array of endogenously produced bioactive lipids that activate cannabinoid receptors. Although the primary focus of endocannabinoid biology has been on neurological and psychiatric effects, recent work has revealed several important interactions between the endocannabinoid system and cancer. Several different types of cancer have abnormal regulation of the endocannabinoid system that contributes to cancer progression and correlates to clinical outcomes. Modulation of the endocannabinoid system by pharmacological agents in various cancer types reveals that it can mediate antiproliferative and apoptotic effects by both cannabinoid receptor-dependent and -independent pathways. Selective agonists and antagonists of the cannabinoid receptors, inhibitors of endocannabinoid hydrolysis, and cannabinoid analogs have been utilized to probe the pathways involved in the effects of the endocannabinoid system on cancer cell apoptosis, proliferation, migration, adhesion, and invasion. The antiproliferative and apoptotic effects produced by some of these pharmacological probes reveal that the endocannabinoid system is a promising new target for the development of novel chemotherapeutics to treat cancer.

PMID: 22038019 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] PMCID: PMC3366283 Free PMC Article
Cancer Metastasis Rev. 2011 Dec;30(3-4):599-612. doi: 10.1007/s10555-011-9318-8.

Cannabinoids, endocannabinoids, and cancer.

Hermanson DJ, Marnett LJ.
AB Hancock Jr Memorial Laboratory for Cancer Research, Departments of Biochemistry, Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology, Center in Molecular Toxicology, Vanderbilt Ingram Comprehensive Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN 37232-0146, USA.


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Brain Cancer

1. A study published in the British Journal of Cancer, conducted by the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Complutense University in Madrid, this study determined that Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids inhibit tumour growth. They were responsible for the first clinical study aimed at assessing cannabinoid antitumoral action. Cannabinoid delivery was safe and was achieved with zero psychoactive effects. THC was found to decrease tumour cells in two out of the nine patients.

2. A study published in The Journal of Neuroscience examined the biochemical events in both acute neuronal damage and in slowly progressive, neurodegenerative diseases. They conducted a magnetic resonance imaging study that looked at THC (the main active compound in marijuana) and found that it reduced neuronal injury in rats. The results of this study provide evidence that the cannabinoid system can serve to protect the brain against neurodegeneration.

3. A study published in The Journal of Pharmacology And Experimental Therapeutics already acknowledged the fact that cannabinoids have been shown to possess antitumor properties. This study examined the effect of cannabidiol (CBD, non psychoactive cannabinoid compound) on human glioma cell lines. The addition of cannabidiol led to a dramatic drop in the viability of glioma cells. Glioma is the word used to describe brain tumour. The study concluded that cannabidiol was able to produce a significant antitumor activity.

4. A study published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics outlines how brain tumours are highly resistant to current anticancer treatments, which makes it crucial to find new therapeutic strategies aimed at improving the poor prognosis of patients suffering from this disease. This study also demonstrated the reversal of tumour activity in Glioblastoma multiforme.

Breast Cancer

5. A study published in the US National Library of Medicine, conducted by the California Pacific Medical Centre determined that cannabidiol (CBD) inhibits human breast cancer cell proliferation and invasion. They also demonstrated that CBD significantly reduces tumour mass.

6. A study published in The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics determined that THC as well as cannabidiol dramatically reduced breast cancer cell growth. They confirmed the potency and effectiveness of these compounds.

7. A study published in the Journal Molecular Cancer showed that THC reduced tumour growth and tumour numbers. They determined that cannabinoids inhibit cancer cell proliferation, induce cancer cell apoptosis and impair tumour angiogenesis (all good things). This study provides strong evidence for the use of cannabinoid based therapies for the management of breast cancer.

8. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) determined that cannabinoids inhibit human breast cancer cell proliferation.

Lung Cancer

9. A study published in the journal Oncogene, by Harvard Medical Schools Experimental Medicine Department determined that THC inhibits epithelial growth factor induced lung cancer cell migration and more. They go on to state that THC should be explored as novel therapeutic molecules in controlling the growth and metastasis of certain lung cancers.

10. A study published by the US National Library of Medicine by the Institute of Toxicology and Pharmacology, from the Department of General Surgery in Germany determined that cannabinoids inhibit cancer cell invasion. Effects were confirmed in primary tumour cells from a lung cancer patient. Overall, data indicated that cannabinoids decrease cancer cell invasiveness.

11. A study published by the US National Library of Medicine, conducted by Harvard Medical School investigated the role of cannabinoid receptors in lung cancer cells. They determined its effectiveness and suggested that it should be used for treatment against lung cancer cells.

Prostate Cancer

12. A study published in the US National Library of Medicine illustrates a decrease in prostatic cancer cells by acting through cannabinoid receptors.

13. A study published in the US National Library of Medicine outlined multiple studies proving the effectiveness of cannabis on prostate cancer.

14. Another study published by the US National Library of Medicine determined that clinical testing of CBD against prostate carcinoma is a must. That cannabinoid receptor activation induces prostate carcinoma cell apoptosis. They determined that cannabidiol significantly inhibited cell viability.

Blood Cancer

15. A study published in the journal Molecular Pharmacology recently showed that cannabinoids induce growth inhibition and apoptosis in matle cell lymphoma. The study was supported by grants from the Swedish Cancer Society, The Swedish Research Council and the Cancer Society in Stockholm.

16. A study published in the International Journal of Cancer also determined and illustrated that cannabinoids exert antiproliferative and proapoptotic effects in various types of cancer and in mantle cell lymphoma.

17. A study published in the US National Library of Medicine conducted by the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology by Virginia Commonwealth University determined that cannabinoids induce apoptosis in leukemia cells.

Oral Cancer

18. A study published by the US National Library of Medicine results show cannabinoids are potent inhibitors of cellular respiration and are toxic to highly malignant oral Tumours.

Liver Cancer

19. A study published by the US National Library of Medicine determined that that THC reduces the viability of human HCC cell lines (Human hepatocellular liver carcinoma cell line) and reduced the growth.

Pancreatic Cancer

20. A study published in The American Journal of Cancer determined that cannabinoid receptors are expressed in human pancreatic tumor cell lines and tumour biopsies at much higher levels than in normal pancreatic tissue. Results showed that cannabinoid administration induced apoptosis. They also reduced the growth of tumour cells, and inhibited the spreading of pancreatic tumour cells.


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The isolation and identification of two compounds with predominant radical scavenging activity in hempseed (seed of Cannabis sativa L.).

Cannabisin B induces autophagic cell death by inhibiting the AKT/mTOR pathway and S phase cell cycle arrest in HepG2 cells

Cannabimovone, a Cannabinoid with a Rearranged Terpenoid Skeleton from Hemp

Cannabioxepane, a novel tetracyclic cannabinoid from hemp, Cannabis sativa L.

Cannabidiolic acid, a major cannabinoid in fiber-type cannabis, is an inhibitor of MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cell migration.

Industrial hemp decreases intestinal motility stronger than indian hemp in mice

Selection for Non-Psychoactive Hemp Varieties
(Cannabis sativa L.) in the CIS (former USSR)

Cannabigerol from Bernabeo Hemp

Cannabigerol from USO-31 Hemp (although this website should have noted that it is not the primary phytocannabinoid in all of the plants from this particular variety)

Terpenes in Hemp (see charts)

Fibre hemp inflorescences: From crop-residues to essential oil production

Fat to treat fat: Emerging relationship between dietary PUFA, endocannabinoids, and obesity

Nutritional Omega-3 deficiency abolishes
endocannabinoid mediated neuronal functions

Cannabigerol monomethyl ether, a new component of hemp.

To summarize, I’d like to say that I agree with the Federal Government. Marijuana does victimize individuals. Or should I say that the enforcement of arcane, unjust laws victimize individuals, our states and our nation. Productive members of society are often victimized for mere possession, tainting their lives and their careers permanently. Valuable resources are diverted for the use of Marijuana law enforcement. Revenue is lost from Marijuana taxation. Drug dealers are growing in riches and power as long as they can profit from the sale of Marijuana, often financing their other operations including violence, intimidation, murder and hard drugs.

Big government is on steroidal growth with their power over the average American citizen. All rights to privacy are quickly evaporating.

Soon, George Orwell’s imagined police state will be the norm. We are not just talking about an individual’s right to fair use of medicine, recreation and relaxation. No, the issue is much bigger than this. We are talking about survival as a nation. Survival as free American citizens enjoying the same opportunities as our ancestors.

Government interference into our normal, everyday private lives is creating havoc. Our economy is collapsing, government continues to act contrary to public opinion by meddling in foreign affairs that do not concern us. Adopt George Washington’s opinion and refrain from such meddling! Political correctness has become a cancer, changing the core values of our society. Stress is mounting on the average citizen. There is mounting joblessness and hopelessness. Where is the vent? Violence or alcohol? Maybe. Marijuana, however, is a very viable alternative to the ever increasing pressures being placed upon us. It is therapy for the mind, soul and body. It is peace. I choose no worries over the alternative. I choose Marijuana!!!

Vincent Ray Easley II

Hemp and Cannabis can Save the World ~ the Buzzed Beaver Report, archived> http://www.ucy.tv/streams/64k/201395-20-64k.mp3: ~ Vince Easley http://ucy.tv/WMW ~ Thursday 8pm EDT . Sept 5th, 2013 . ~ Guests . Diane-Marie Jensen, https://www.facebook.com/Moms4MJ . Michael Dussault-Jensen, Executive Director,http://dadsformarijuana.org/ Dads For Marijuana International & Ken (Putemup) Miller, Founder, Director · Fluoride Free Humanity, Fort Wayne, Indiana,https://www.facebook.com/YouAreWhatYouConsume / In the 2nd hour, Jose M. Gonzalez w/ “Addiction’s Effects on Relationships” ~ ty Becky Quarles, Production. Youtube Video to follow. Call In Number: 1-718-717-8296