Friday, September 16, 2011

Hemp Oil Cures Cancer

But according to our Congress marijuana has NO valid medical uses. We do have the smartest Congress money can buy.

Run From The Cure - video. For those of you with a heart condition look about 5 minutes into the video.

Also see my post The War On Cancer Patients.

Cross Posted at Classical Values


RavingDave said...

And like I said, Drugs as Medicine are wonderful. Drugs as an infectious recreation? Not so much.

M. Simon said...

But most drug use (esp the harder drugs) is not recreational.

Pot use peaks in the high anxiety years (16 to 25). That is a clue.


About 70% of female heroin users were sexually abused as children.

M. Simon said...

So let me see how this works. The DEA will not let anyone legally use the various illegal drugs as medicine.

So in order to save some people from "addiction" the DEA is willing to let many other people die.

I have yet to see you fighting this trade off tooth and nail.

So much for the humanitarian nature of social conservatism. And I must say you are a prime example.

No wonder America is deeply sceptical of the social conservative agenda. "Morality" trumps reason.

Of course the Ds have their own blind spots of this nature (global warming hysteria - .8° C rise in 150 years, we are all gonna fry).

RavingDave said...

Why do you conflate so many disconnected things together? There are legal means to utilize drugs for medicinal purposes. Various pain killers are opium derivatives. If someone goes through the proper channels it is possible to get usage approved for medicinal purposes.

This talk of the DEA = FDA is just silly, as is suggesting that people wishing to stop the spread of addiction is the equivalent of wanting people to die.

Elizabeth Devine said...

I can't help but wonder if the money being made from all those cancer "treatments" have more to do with marijuana being illegal than the supposed "war on drugs."

Elizabeth Devine said...

I wonder if the high-profit business of cancer "treatments" have more to do with marijuana being illegal than the War on Drugs does.