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Re: cannabis oil for cancer 14 Sep 2012 02:32 #23379

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Jazz,

Yes, but like here, there are warnings to be aware of and protocols to follow.
No rushing in to do anything without understanding!
Some Osteopaths use diluted FGHP injections for certain conditions!

www.foodgrade-hydrogenperoxide.com/

There's a free ebook it's easy to find on left side...
and the big bad wolf don't like these folks anymore than they like us!

I found out about MMS and FGHP on the same day, so I am quite excited for both modalities.
I believe both have merit.
I also feel, we have the right to choose whatever we want to heal us without the big bad wolf breathing down our necks!!!

let me know if you decide to give it a go.

best wishes

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Re: cannabis oil for cancer 14 Sep 2012 08:51 #23388

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KennethWalter wrote: Jazz,

Yes, but like here, there are warnings to be aware of and protocols to follow.
No rushing in to do anything without understanding!
Some Osteopaths use diluted FGHP injections for certain conditions!

www.foodgrade-hydrogenperoxide.com/

There's a free ebook it's easy to find on left side...
and the big bad wolf don't like these folks anymore than they like us!

I found out about MMS and FGHP on the same day, so I am quite excited for both modalities.
I believe both have merit.
I also feel, we have the right to choose whatever we want to heal us without the big bad wolf breathing down our necks!!!

let me know if you decide to give it a go.

best wishes


Thank you Sir, il do more research later.
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cannabis oil for cancer 20 Nov 2012 01:16 #26853

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cannabis oil for cancer 20 Nov 2012 08:34 #26870

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Loved that product - I used to make it for Rick's client referrals here local.

It works extremely well. A bit too well in my case.

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Lucky you. We are still in the stone age here in the UK as far as Marijuana is concerned. It's ridiculous. :(

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cannabis oil for cancer 21 Nov 2012 06:04 #26939

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to the peroxide post
Peroxide is a higher voltage than MMS and can harm tissues. It also kills both good and bad flora so while peroxide is a possible fix, MMS is superior for it does not oxidize the good flora.

THC and Peroxide of 2 of 14 Cancer cures I know of, as is MMS.
I promote MMS as its far cheaper than THC

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cannabis oil for cancer 21 Nov 2012 23:28 #27017

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As of March this year the laws surrounding Marijuana were relaxed considerably in the UK.

The Home Office defended its decision to relax the law on cannabis in the face of criticism from a United Nations anti-drugs panel that it is "sending the wrong signal".

Leading drugs charity DrugScope said credibility of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) had been damaged by its report, published today, which concluded Home Secretary David Blunkett's policy would damage the UK's health and could increase cannabis supplies on Britain's streets.

In the 90-page report the INCB said it was "concerned" about the move to downgrade the drug so possession will not be an arrestable offence for the vast majority of users.

The board's Nigerian president, Philip Emafo, said: "It is important that consensus prevails in international drug control.

"No government should take unilateral measures without considering the impact of its actions and ultimately the consequences for an entire system that took governments almost a century to establish."

Asked if Mr Blunkett's policy was sending a bad message to the world, the INCB's Professor Hamid Ghodse told reporters in London: "Indeed. That stands to any logic.

"Our young people are confused. On one hand you are telling them not to go to clubs and use Ecstasy because it is dangerous, but on the other hand you are not doing anything about cannabis."

Mr Blunkett is due to take final steps towards reclassifying cannabis from Class B to Class C this summer.

Once new police guidelines from the Association of Chief Police Officers are in place, people found in possession of small amounts of cannabis will only be arrested in "exceptional" cases, such as when they cause a disturbance or blow smoke in a police officer's face.

A Home Office spokesman said: "We do not accept the INCB's statement that the decision to reclassify will lead to confusion and they are wrong to say that this sends a signal that we have decriminalised cannabis.

"Reclassification, based on scientific evidence from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, does not legalise cannabis but does make clearer the distinction between cannabis and Class A drugs like heroin, crack and cocaine - the drugs that cause the most harm to individuals and families, that tear apart communities and turn law-abiding citizens into thieves.

"Reclassification of cannabis enables us to put out a more credible - and therefore effective - message about the harmfulness of different drugs and allows the police to focus its resources on tackling the drugs that cause the most harm and this is a view shared by communities up and down the country.

"Cannabis is a harmful substance that still requires strict controls to be maintained.

"That is why we intend to reclassify it as a Class C drug."

Today's report on the international drug situation said the UK Government's reclassification of cannabis "could lead to increased cultivation of cannabis destined for the UK and other European countries".

A conference in Nairobi last September heard that the UK's reclassification would "undermine the efforts of governments of African countries to counter illicit cannabis cultivation, trafficking and abuse," said the document.

Mr Blunkett's initiative had led to "worldwide repercussions ... including confusion and widespread misunderstanding."

The report said cannabis was "not a harmless drug as advocates of its legalisation tend to portray".

It can affect the functioning of the brain, is linked with heart attacks in young people, lung disease and cancer, it added.

A recent study by the British Lung Foundation found smoking three cannabis joints caused the same damage to the linings of the airways as 20 cigarettes, said the document.

However, leading drugs charity DrugScope said the INCB's credibility had been thrown into doubt by its reliance on "dubious science and misleading conclusions".

When the British Lung Foundation research quoted in the report was published last year, it was wholly rejected by anti-smoking group Action on Smoking on Health (ASH), said DrugScope.

There had also been concerns that the research drew misleading conclusions from research more than 15 years old.

DrugScope chief executive Roger Howard said: "The credibility of the INCB is thrown into doubt when its criticism of the UK government's sensible proposal to re-classify cannabis is based on dubious science and misleading conclusions."

He pointed out that the UK's Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs supported the Home Secretary's proposal to re-classify cannabis after a "thorough review of the international scientific evidence".

Mr Howard continued: "Throughout Europe, Australasia and Canada, scientific experts and a growing number of politicians agree that very strict regimes applied to the control of cannabis causes disproportionately more harm to society than the harm caused by the substance itself."

I guess they just want to contoll the plant that is really a weed, in which we should be allowed to grow on our ground for our own personal use. If everyone can grow and injest it, how much money does that take aways from Big Pharma??? the powers that be would not take kindly to that one! taking control if you take cannabis or not, 99% of pharma products have more side effects, chemicals, toxins and poisons than canabis, but thats ok to buy and injest those halmfull products can kill but they are legal and the man in the white coat says they are ok!! This world is going crazy. Curing yourself!!! No go and fill your body with more toxins, when you have done that comback for more drugs to take away one of the side effects and it just goes on!

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cannabis oil for cancer 08 Dec 2012 18:20 #27920

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(Reuters) - Hundreds of marijuana enthusiasts huddled near Seattle's famed Space Needle tower on Thursday night with pipes, bongs and hand-rolled joints to celebrate Washington's new status as the first state in the nation to legalize pot for adult recreational use.

The public gathering at the downtown Seattle Center, like a smaller turnout at a nearby spot hours earlier, defied a key provision of the state's landmark marijuana law, which allows possession of small amounts of cannabis but forbids users from lighting up outside the privacy of their homes.

Police kept their distance from both gatherings, underscoring mixed law enforcement messages about the new statute, known by its ballot designation as Initiative 502. The measure took effect on Thursday.

Seattle's city attorney issued a stern warning on Wednesday that public pot puffing would not be tolerated and that violators faced citations with $100 fines.

But the Seattle Police Department said its officers had been directed to limit any enforcement actions related to Initiative 502 to verbal warnings only, at least for now.

The new law, passed by voters last month in a move that could set the state up for a showdown with the federal government, removes criminal sanctions for anyone 21 or older possessing 1 ounce (28.5 grams) or less of pot for personal use.

Colorado voters likewise chose to legalize pot for personal recreational use, but that measure is not due to take effect until next month. Both states are among 18 that have already removed criminal sanctions for medical use of marijuana.

The Washington law also legalizes possession of up to 16 ounces (0.45 kg) of solid cannabis-infused goods - such as brownies - and up to 72 ounces (2.4 kg) of weed in liquid form.

But driving under the influence of cannabis or imbibing in public places where the consumption of alcohol is already banned remain illegal.

NO SELLING OR SHARING ALLOWED

The new law ultimately will permit cannabis to be legally sold and taxed at state-licensed stores in a system to be modeled after those in many states for alcohol sales. The state Liquor Control Board, along with agriculture and public health officials, have until next December to set up such a system.

For now, it remains a crime to sell, cultivate or even share one's own stash, even though the law allows individuals to purchase a limited amount for personal possession.

Ironically, the first known court challenge of the law came from a medical marijuana patient in Olympia, who filed suit last week seeking to block enforcement of a new standard for marijuana impairment while driving, similar to the blood-alcohol standard for drunken driving.

The plaintiff, Arthur West, says the new legal limit - 5 nanograms per milliliter of blood of THC, pot's active ingredient - would unfairly subject him to prosecution for a THC level at which he routinely drives without impairment. A hearing on his request for an injunction was set for Friday.

Little if any of the law's fine points seemed to matter to the mellow group of about 300 people - from college-age tokers to middle-aged Baby Boomers - who assembled at the Seattle Center fountain, a short distance from the Space Needle.

Convivial laughter, laid-back conversation and occasional coughing filled the air as the pungent smell of marijuana wafted through the crowd, many wearing sweatshirt hoodies to ward off the chill, on a cold, crisp evening.

'SAFER THAN ALCOHOL'

Carrying a sign, "marijuana is safer than alcohol," Jared Allaway, 30, described the night as "iconic."

"Seattle's always been friendly to cannabis," Allaway said. "Hopefully this will spread to eastern Washington. You get outside of Seattle, it's a different world."

Seated in a wheelchair that sported a "Goddess" sticker, medical marijuana patient Penny Simons, 52, said she traveled with friends from Renton, Washington, south of Seattle, to attend the smoke-in.

"It's history," she said. "I've been thinking about the people across the country who are jailed for this. It's nice to see things change."

A smaller crowd of about 100 pot-smoking celebrants had assembled about 19 hours earlier nearby for a count-down to the law taking effect at the stroke of midnight, blaring the music of reggae legend Bob Marley from loudspeakers.

Both gatherings were peaceful, with no reports of arrests.

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cannabis oil for cancer 08 Dec 2012 19:31 #27923

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There was, earlier in the year - maybe September?, a "weed" festival in Seattle - lots of people openly smoking, even then, but no problems with the cops. I'm guessing that if they felt someone was making major sales they would have stepped in.

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