Cannabis, cancer and big pharma

An archetypal tale of where we’re at – common sense drowned out by profit potential and the political need to nullify and constrain the populace.
Reblogged from Prague Pot, with thanks.


Cannabis cancer

Scientific research carried out by the American government in 1975 showed the powerful cancer fighting ability of THC and other compounds within the plant. They have known since then that cannabis combats tumor growth and in some cases kills the cancerous cells altogether. There is a reason we instinctively don’t trust our governments, and this is the reason. Big pharmaceutical companies, who know they couldn’t get the complete patent for cannabis, bought and paid for the silence of politicians. We know that politicians have first and foremost, their own interests at heart, so if big business will give them election money and then a million dollar salary when they are voted out(usually over some scandal, like voting against the people’s wishes or interests) whose side do you think they are on? Not my mother in laws side, who has cancer. Not on the millions of people who have died from…

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5 thoughts on “Cannabis, cancer and big pharma

  1. It’s very interesting that this is brought up now as I’m looking to it for me medical situations and it’s legal where I am but to get a doc on board is next to impossible and you have to have a doc on board.


    1. The tide is just starting to turn here in Australia, with one state decriminalising, just this week, ‘medical cannabis’ for certified terminally-ill adults. Supply is still illegal…
      Good luck finding a supporting doc. Keep at it!


      1. Here’s hoping it turns for you guys. To me prescription meds are way more dangerous. Docs have no clue what they do to a person (the meds I mean) If we want to know, we have to Google it or ask the Pharmacists. I’ve asked three docs to sign the papers for me none would. Now I will have to probably go online and pay a doc out of pocket to get the paperwork signed. BTW one of the things I want it for is epilepsy. Prescription meds for that are horrible and I want off them.

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      2. There’s a lot of reports of cannabis tinctures having significant reductive effects on seizure rates. So, it sounds like you’re on the right track.
        Fingers crossed you get the requisite support. 😉


      3. Yes I’ve done so much research and talked to people. I really want to try it for that.

        Thanks here’s hoping for us all and that the Gov makes it affordable…pft

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