That page is an overview of the medicinal benefits that we can attribute to cannabis today. More interestingly though, if you click the link "endocannabinoid regulatory system" in the second paragraph you will find an interesting discussion of a system within our body that uses cannabinoids produced within to regulate pain, hunger and the activity of many of our vital organs.
How much evidence is needed before the government will admit the folly of pot prohibition.
P.S. England reported a serious drop in their cannabis use approximately 3 years after moving to a more liberal marijuana policy. You can find that story on the NORML homepage.
flyohiou wrote:Ed S wrote: You want to smoke it smoke it but do us all a favor and shut up about it.
we'll shut up about it when we have freedom and equal rights
flyohiou wrote:i can't believe someone in law enforcement (if you consider mall securit to be law enforcement) has the opinion that people should not be able to exercise their constitutional rights. what laws were you enforcing if not the most basic ones?:
Ed S wrote:People like yourself want to erode the rule of law in the US.
Ed S wrote:I spent twenty years in the Philadelphia PD
Ed S wrote:
Yes Attila I will be voting no on 44.
flyohiou wrote:why am i not surprised that went over you head?
if 1/3 of americans have engaged in a non-violent, self-inflicted act, why should it be illegal? are 1/3 of americans really criminals? are 1/3 of americans dumb or have fried brains?
democracy is great when it does not involve legislating personal choice, equality, and civil rights. there was a time when [practically] 100% of americans thought blacks were unequal. it doesn't make it right.
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