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Marijuana As Medicine

Microsoft’s Entry Into Legalized Marijuana

The great health benefits of cannabis can actually blow our minds and most of the states in the U.S. have legalized marijuana sales for medical purposes ( 368 more words


Big Pharma spending big to push patients to take their meds

The pharma industry loses tens of billions in worldwide sales each year when patients don’t fill, or refill, their prescriptions.

So drug makers from London to Tokyo to Cambridge, Mass., are pouring money into programs aimed at cajoling — or nagging — patients to take every last pill their doctors prescribe. 1,249 more words

Essential Oils

Cannabis Industry & Microsoft (giving us some love)

Microsoft’s Entry Into Legalized Marijuana Sales Market
The great health benefits of cannabis can actually blow our minds and most of the states in the U.S. 20 more words

An analysis of 10,000 scientific studies on marijuana concretely supports only three medical benefits

More than half the states in the US now allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes, as well as at least 16 other countries. Yet of the hundreds of purported medical benefits, only three are concretely supported by scientific evidence: treating chronic pain, nausea after chemotherapy, and symptoms of multiple sclerosis. 279 more words

Jesus Got Drunk

Jesus woke up one morning after having a dream where someone kept telling him, “They’r gonna crucify me.” 30 minutes later his dream became a reality. 1,207 more words

Bob Dylan

Legal Marijuana Industry Has Created 123,00 Full-Time Jobs In U.S.

The legal cannabis industry is responsible for the creation of an estimated 123,000 full-time jobs in the United States, according to data provided by the online content provider Leafly.com. 120 more words

Medical Marijuana

Huge study refutes the federal government’s crap marijuana laws

❝ In the federal drug classification scheme, marijuana is classed at the very top. It is considered to be a Schedule I substance — a category reserved for drugs with a high potential for abuse and no accepted medical use.

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