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Some #Hemp food for thought....
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Exactly what I had in mind. 
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#CannaQ: What's your preferred method of medicating? Add #Medibles as an option too...
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Do you cook with #cannabis?
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this is so good! All my sweets are made with it! It doubles my joy! :-))))
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#CannaQ: Is prohibition a violation of your #humanrights? Why or Why not?
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What's wrong with getting high? Some people argue that folks only want medical cannabis legal as a way to legalize recreational use...however, despite the fact that millions rely on cannabis for medical relief...what's the problem with altering ones consciousness for entertainment sake?

You're allowed to drink alcohol and get totally blitzed, however if you take any other substance to alter your state of mind...it's wrong?

This paradigm doesn't make sense...why is it okay to get drunk but not to get high? At what point does it become "wrong" to alter your consciousness?

The answer...it doesn't ever become "wrong" to alter your own consciousness. If you are a free individual, you should have sovereign reign over your own body and mind. If you want to eat junk food, drink beer, smoke cigarettes, do drugs, smoke cannabis, not do exercise and whatever else you want to do to your body...you have a right to do so.

Some people, desperately need cannabis to keep them alive. So regardless if "some" want to legalize for the sake of getting high...others just want to live. And whichever motive you have for using cannabis should be irrelevant to the dialogue of legalization.

If you're not on board with people getting high for recreational purposes...then you should advocate making alcohol illegal, banning tobacco, placing restrictions on fast food restaurants and so forth...if not...you're just a hypocrite.

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Why is it okay to get "drunk" but not to get "high"?
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Three puffs a day of cannabis, better known as marijuana, helps people with chronic nerve pain due to injury or surgery feel less pain and sleep better, a Canadian team has found.

''It's been known anecdotally," says researcher Mark Ware, MD, assistant professor of anesthesia and family medicine at McGill University in Montreal. "About 10% to 15% of patients attending a chronic pain clinic use cannabis as part of their pain [control] strategy," he tells WebMD.
But Ware's study is more scientific -- a clinical trial in which his team compared placebo with three different doses of cannabis. The research is published in CMAJ, the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

The new study ''adds to the trickle of evidence that cannabis may help some of the patients who are struggling [with pain] at present," Henry McQuay, DM, an emeritus fellow at Balliol College, Oxford University, England, writes in a commentary accompanying the study.

More on the Study - http://ht.ly/uia0302Hs4M

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Millions have been negatively affected, entire communities ruined due to the War on Drugs. Time for Reparations - http://ht.ly/8CG4302Hq9z
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Cannabis provides a plethora of medical benefits which is one of the reasons why Pharma doesn't like it very much. Giving people the ability to grow their own medicine would do significant damage to Pharma's profit margins...the only thing they really care about.

Thus, Pharma has paid scientists and "experts" large sums of money in order to create disinformation about cannabis. Some of the "leading experts" in the anti-cannabis field have been on Pharma's payroll for decades. Whenever you see these "experts" on television, you'll never hear about their ties to pharma either.

Only 6% of all cannabis studies are focused on medical benefits, the rest are to find out the danger profile of the plant.

The entire healthcare system is rigged to benefit a select few companies and to muscle out any competition by the use of force, incarceration and ridicule.

However, all of their efforts are failing bit by bit because people are waking up to the fact that cannabis is medicine, we have been lied to systematically for decades and we have the power to cure ourselves.

Once we reach the tipping point, there will be a revolution. A great paradigm shift that will effectively end prohibition and usher in a new era of medical relief.

We're almost there...
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Organizations such as #ProjectSAM claim if legalized #BIGMArijuana will come into existence. However, this is a myth http://ht.ly/5aYj302EUVJ
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People, in general, feel very betrayed by the current state of affairs, whether referencing the political system, tyrannical implementation of the healthcare system and the systemic deception of mainstream media.

It's time to sow the seeds of a revolution, and this is what it looks like...
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