By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze
Scottish woman, Lynn Cameron, was told at age 48 that she had just 6 to 18 months to live. After a seizure landed her in the hospital in 2013, doctors discovered a brain tumor. She had surgery to remove the deadly brain tumor but doctors told her they couldn’t get it all and that she was now in Stage 4, terminal condition. Radiation and chemotherapy did not shrink her tumor so her condition was still labeled incurable.
She began researching alternative therapies and first began an alkalizing diet and removed all processed sugar from her diet. When the radiation and chemo didn’t change the tumor, she decided to really “break the mold.” Continue reading Woman Cured Terminal Brain Tumor With Cannabis Oil After Chemo Failed
By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze
There are approximately 50 million people around the world who suffer from seizures. One of them was 11-year-old Billy Caldwell of Northern Ireland who was born with a particularly dangerous form of epilepsy. Intractable epilepsy is sometimes called uncontrolled epilepsy and doesn’t respond to typical treatments. Just one year ago, he suffered up to a 100 seizures a day!
His condition was beyond medication or diet changes, and any one of the seizures could have killed him. His 49-year-old mother, Charlotte, had to become his full-time caretaker. She says he has cheated death thousands of times. She called his rapid recovery “incredible.” Continue reading First Briton Prescribed Cannabis Now Free of Deadly Epilepsy and Seizures
By Vic Bishop, Waking Times
The march towards international legalization of cannabis is taking a great leap forward as Ontario, Canada has announced plans to open 150 government-run pot shops. Additionally, and perhaps of greater interest, is their plan to also begin an online mail-order system, allowing responsible adults to purchase recreational cannabis without the hassle of visiting a retail store.
As the country prepares for legal recreational sales of cannabis to begin next July, the east-central province of Ontario, home to Toronto and Ottawa, is giving control to a subsidiary of The Liquor Control Board of Ontario. Law in Ontario will require those in possession of pot to be at least 19 years of age, one year older than the federal minimum of 18. Continue reading Canada Unveils Plan to Open 150 Cannabis Shops and a Legal Mail Order Service
By Alanna Ketler, Collective Evolution
Responsible for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the pesticides that are sprayed on them, Monsanto is on the tips of everyone’s tongues lately. Health conscious individuals are doing everything they can to boycott this company and support others instead, even if that means opting for much pricier organic produce.
There are a number of reasons for their concern, including the fact that no long-term studies have been done to show the potential health effects of consuming genetically modified foods or the high levels of pesticides that came with them. The mere fact that this company is responsible for some of the worst chemicals ever created, including Agent Orange, DDT, asbestos, and aspartame, also contributes to this widespread mistrust. Continue reading How Monsanto & Bayer Are Trying To Take Over The Cannabis Industry
By Cedella Marley, A Nice Time
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By Mary Biles, Wake Up World
Did you know your body has an endocannabinoid system? A year ago I didn’t either.
I’m no doctor, but I thought I was familiar with the key biological systems in the body. Turns out though, I was wrong. That’s because unless you’re a research scientist or work in the field of medical cannabis, it’s unlikely you’ll ever have been told about the endocannabinoid system. And yet, it has been hailed as “the most important physiologic system involved in establishing and maintaining human health.” Continue reading 8 Amazing Facts About the Endocannabinoid System – and Why We Should Tell the World About It
By Amanda Froelich, via Natural Blaze
In states where marijuana is legal for recreational use, businesses are introducing weed into nuptials, receptions and even party favors. Some couples are even opting for weed bars.
Now that marijuana — an herb that has killed 0 people in history and contains components proven to remedy cancer — is losing its stigma, weed weddings are popping up at a furious pace in states where it is legal to toke recreationally. Businesses that are capitalizing on the opportunity have found a way to introduce weed into nuptials, receptions and even party favors. In fact, specialists have launched entire businesses to meet the demand. Continue reading Open Marijuana Bars At Weddings Are The Latest Trend In The U.S.
By Amanda Froelich, Truth Theory
Did you hear? Back in 2016, Damien Marley — Bob Marley’s youngest son — partnered with Ocean Grown Extracts to convert a former 77,000 square foot prison in California into a cannabis grow space. The multi-million dollar facility is now producing quality herb which is being sold to medical marijuana dispensaries.
As one might expect, the irony of the entire ordeal hasn’t been lost on Marley. Said the 38-year-old entrepreneur: “Many people sacrificed so much for the herb over the years who got locked up. If this [venture] helps people and it’s used for medicinal purposes and inspires people, it’s a success.” Continue reading Damian Marley Transforms Abandoned California Prison Into A Pot Farm
By Carey Wedler, via Natural Blaze
According to a recent survey conducted by cannabis market research firm the Brightfield Group and HelloMD, an online medical cannabis community, nearly half of CBD (cannabidiol) users give up prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications in favor of the non-psychoactive substance.
The survey of over 2,400 respondents found forty-two percent of CBD users — whether they used marijuana-derived CBD or hemp-derived CBD — “have left their traditional medications behind altogether and now use cannabis instead.” Continue reading Trouble for Big Pharma as Nearly 50% of People Report Quitting Pills for CBD
By Joe Martino, Collective Evolution
First off, what is Hempcrete? As the name suggests, hempcrete is a building material that incorporates hemp into its mixture. Versatile and hardy, it can be used for wall insulation, flooring, walls, roofing, and more, and is fireproof, waterproof, and rot-proof, provided it’s used aboveground.
Derived from the shiv or inside stem of the hemp plant, it’s then mixed with a lime base binder to create the final, negative carbon footprint product. Hempcrete is much more versatile and pliable than concrete, making it an easier material to work with. In fact, earthquakes cannot crack these structures, as they are three times more resistant to damage than regular concrete. Continue reading Hempcrete Could Change The Way We Build Everything