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The Scientist (2015) Medical Marijuana: Studying For a Higher Purpose - Prof. Dr. Raphael Mechoulam (video)

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Very interesting video about the chief medical researcher on cannabis chemistry. I think it goes a long way in helping understand why our ancestors used cannabinoids. 

 

 

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As an aside, if you look from about 18.00 onwards, you get an account of how Bulgarian Jews survived being exterminated in the concentration camps of Poland.

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This article should awaken sleeping fudhus about how rich, establishment goray in England are going to make a fortune from cannabis, despite it being criminalised for everyone else. Note how the profitable license has been granted to a Conservative too. 

 

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British Sugar was granted a Home Office licence to grow cannabis to be used in medicine on  a huge 23-acre site in Wissington, Norfolk, in 2016.

The British legally grown crops will eventually be used for epilepsy drug epidiolex in the US, after being developed by the UK company GW Pharmaceuticals.

 

 

Read full article at:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5724303/Drugs-minister-Victoria-Atkins-accused-ridiculous-conflict-interests-spouses-drug-farm.html
 

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I'm surprised no one has any opinions on the first video. It looks like cannabis may be a magical plant for a whole bunch of medical and psychological issues. 

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