Okay, folks, what can cannabis NOT heal?

images-1As an old hippy allergic to both pharmaceuticals and allopathic doctors, I’m naturally attuned to the constant stream of new articles on the healing properties of cannabis. Ah yes! Visions of sweeping out bathroom medicine cabinets all through this land . . . of the two CVS pharmacies within shouting distance of my neighborhood converting to community centers, or yoga studios, or craft cooperatives, or skill centers, or — or — . . . the imagination leaps to embrace infinite possibilities when we remove the tight, stuck, hard helmet of the medico/industrial religion, shake our suddenly freed heads and wallets, and let our hair back down.

Woman Uses Raw Cannabis Juice In Place of 40 Medications

June 18, 2013


More and more we are beginning to understand that marijuana is far more than a street-level ‘drug’.

In fact, research shows that it’s a healing plant — and it doesn’t have to get you high. And as we learn more about this healing plant, we learn there are really a multitude of uses and methods to obtaining its benefits.

One of the latest methods of reaping its benefits is juicing, as one woman learned the hard way.

Juicing is a great way to get the best stuff out of plant materials. It makes digestion easy and allows your body to really make the most of what you put into it.

So, it stands to reason that many of the benefits associated with smoking, vaporizing, or eating cannabis could be enhanced through juicing.

High-aside, some argue juicing raw cannabis to be the most beneficial, and it does all of this without getting users stoned. Raw cannabis is not psychoactive. The beneficial compounds within are known as cannabidiols (CBD) and they are not the THC responsible for getting you high.

Instead, as NaturalNews reports, CBDs “bridge the gap of neurotransmission in the central nervous system, including in the brain by providing a two-way system of communication that completes a positive ‘feedback loop’”.

Dr. William Courtney, founder of Cannabis International, is largely considered the biggest proponent of raw cannabis juicing. His patient (and wife) has also become a visible advocate after a video featuring her testimony went viral.

Also a researcher, Kristen Peskuski was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 16. She also had systemic lupus, endometriosis, and a host of other conditions. In her video, she details how raw cannabis helped her get rid of a prescription drug regimen that included 40 different drugs.

Also in the video, she discusses the case of a 2-year old child who was able to combat brain tumors with raw cannabis juice.

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