'Leaf' - Film About Raw Cannabis Juice

US Dept of Justice: "In Strict Medical Terms, MarijuanaIs Far Safer than Many of the Foods We Consume. "The most important thing to note here is that the powerful anti-inflammatory properties of cannabis are available when it is consumed RAW, and UNHEATED. Burning or heating cannabis CONVERTS THC acid (THCa) INTO THC, which has psychoactive effects.

The treatment using raw juice is non-psychoactive, therefore enabling doses of 600mg (without resulting in unconsciousness) and for the full medicinal properties of the phyto-cannabinoids to take effect.

I truly didn't know about the far-reaching medicinal properties of cannabis until I began publishing this website. This film was sent to my mother by a respected surgeon in San Diego who has been in medical practice for over 40 years and who is a family friend. His advocacy of raw cannabis juice now has me thinking more seriously about the importance of the medical properties of cannabis than ever. - See more at: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/healing/leaf---film-about-raw... ] "The Brain's Own Marijuana", 16 years old, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1972 Controlled Substances Act, 4 years, 600 mg THC acid, aging, anti-infammatory, antibiotics, auto-immune disorder, bedridden, CBD, CBD acid, celebrex, cortico-steroids, Dr Brett Wright MD, Dr William Courtney MD, drying, FDA, interstitial cystitis, juvenile, lupus, MARIJUANA, medicinal properties, methotrexate, neuro-chemistry, phyto-cannabinoids, post-synaptic nerve, pot, pre-synaptic nerve, prednizone, raw cannabis, raw plant THCa, Raw THC acid (THCa), rheumatoids arthritis, Scientific American, steroid toxicity, steroids, stigma of marijuana, symptoms, THC, THCa, unheated cannabis, US Department of Justice, Vioxx - See more at: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/healing/leaf---film-about-raw... [ ForbiddenKnowledgeTV Alexandra Bruce February 23, 2012 ]

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bluesbaby5050: RE-POST FOR REVIEW for the new members here

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