Deep Healing is the Greatest Joy

Deep Healing is the Greatest Joy

∼ 4 minute read Anita Moorjani was supposed to die on February 2, 2006. After a four year battle with lymphoma, a cancer affecting her lymphatic system, Anita was in a coma. The last of her life was siphoned by numerous large tumors the size of lemons that covered herRead More …

How Changing Ourselves Changes the World Around Us (Part 2)

How Changing Ourselves Changes the World Around Us (Part 2)

In part 1 (Cannabis is a Gateway Drug: But it’s Not What You’ve Been Told) we looked at the fact that synapses that fire together wire together and in doing so create the very experience we focus on especially those experiences we repeat. We examined how the brain or the internal mind-body architectureRead More …

Dupuytren’s Contracture and Cannabis

Dupuytren’s Contracture and Cannabis

Slowly and over the period of many years I saw my dads right hand turn into a permanent and immobile open fist. At first the tissue around his tendons started to harden. When I touched it they felt strange, like a “living rock”. Than his corresponding little and ring fingersRead More …

Cannabis Is A Gateway Drug! (But it’s Not What You’ve Been Told)

Cannabis Is A Gateway Drug! (But it’s Not What You’ve Been Told)

OK, let’s start this way. Synapses that fire together wire together. What? Stay with me. A synapse (more specifically a synaptic cleft) is empty space (a gateway) between nerve cells. This is true for the entire brain and for all those super highways of connections called our nervous system(s). WhenRead More …

Microbes, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Cannabis

Microbes, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Cannabis

  A new study entitled Microbes and Alzheimer’s Disease (March 2016) conducted by an international team of scientists posits the hypothesis that Alzheimer’s Disease is caused by common microbial infections such as Herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), Herpes simplex encephalitis (HSE), measles (virus), Chlamydia pneumoniae (bacteria responsible for pneumonia), and several types of spirochaete (suchRead More …

Cannabis and Intestinal Worms

Cannabis and Intestinal Worms

Intestinal worm infestations (fasciolopsis buski) cause considerable hurt, and damage to the health and well being of an untold number of people and animal populations especially in South-East Asian nations with poor water and hygiene infrastructures. Read in Tagalog Once the adult worms, also known as giant intestinal flukes, enterRead More …

Cannabis and Acupuncture, the Yin and Yang of Healing Pain (an ancient connection revealed)

Cannabis and Acupuncture, the Yin and Yang of Healing Pain (an ancient connection revealed)

The earliest records of using acupuncture for pain relief are about 8 thousand years old. Roughly the same is true for the analgesic use of medicinal cannabis (give or take a few years). However, what is truly a new and exciting insight in medicine is that these two ancient approachesRead More …

May The Force Be With You: The Dark Side of Pharmaceuticals and the Green Light of Cannabis

May The Force Be With You: The Dark Side of Pharmaceuticals and the Green Light of Cannabis

  We’ve all seen the gleaming TV commercials, bike riders in daisy fields…. and yet we’ve heard the long, legally obligated litany of warnings, up to and including nothing less than “suicidal feelings.” What the daisy-picking litany of faster than speed of light talking voice at the end of theRead More …

Cannabis Studies by Condition: Cannabis Reports Now Hosts Uwe Blesching’s Research

Cannabis Studies by Condition: Cannabis Reports Now Hosts Uwe Blesching’s Research

You can now explore clinical cannabis studies on Cannabis Reports. Cannabis Reports is thrilled to announce our new partnership with author Uwe Blesching, PhD. Through years of research, Blesching compiled clinical studies on the major conditions, diseases, and ailments that afflict humans. The resulting 600-page text is The Cannabis Health Index, which is available now onRead More …

Cannabis Oil and the Massage Therapist’s Office: What You Need to Know to Make it Safe

Cannabis Oil and the Massage Therapist’s Office: What You Need to Know to Make it Safe

Almost everyone can agree on two benefits of a massage. When done well, a massage produces at least relaxation and pleasure. Similarly, most cannabis-using patients agree that, when used at the proper and subjective therapeutic dose, cannabis produces at least, deep relaxation, and an easy smile, while enhancing and deepeningRead More …