Four stocks stand out as the most likely candidates for profiting from medicinal marijuana in 2017. They were chosen based on the market potential for cannabis-based drugs that have been developed or are currently under development by each company.Read more
In 1941 America began its efforts to construct an atomic bomb – an endeavor that was code-named the Manhattan Project. By the summer of 1945, researchers were ready to test their product, and on July 16, 1945, the first atomic bomb was detonated. The blinding flash was visible from up to 200 miles away, and nearly every window within 100 miles was blown out.
Chemtrails have not been quite so dynamic , but are nonetheless very noticeable. It doesn’t matter where you are, that familiar crisscrossing pattern littering otherwise-blue skies seems to be without end.
While the immediate effects of the atomic bomb and chemtrails couldn’t seem to be more different, they do share one thing: government secrecy. When the first atomic bomb was detonated in New Mexico a coverup story was quickly released. Our government lied to its own people, claiming that the massive explosion they’d borne witness to was actually the result of a large ammunition dump exploding in the desert.Read more
Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Obesity – America was scammed into believing the reports. And the Government sat quietly by and let it happen.
In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat
Colombian Health Ministers state, “ We think that Colombia can build a successful international business around the exportation of medical marijuana.” He added, “The country is ready to participate in this emerging global market.”
“Our research and manufacturing centers will be ideal for companies in the U.S., Canada, and Europe to investigate both medical and industrial applications without the fear of the big bad wolf blowing the house down,” stated D.G. Tatum, CEO of Valley Medical Group of Colombia. “We are aiming for Global Market Share.”Read more
There’s nothing funny about the DEA’s decision to continue to make it difficult for people to access medical marijuana nationwide by prescription, which a shift to Schedule II would have achieved. Currently, federal law directly conflicts with laws in 24 states and the District of Columbia allowing medical marijuana prescription.Read more
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Between its outlaw image, controversial legal status and complex makeup — the cannabis plant contains more than 400 individual chemicals — marijuana’s action in the brain and body is in many ways a mystery. The vast majority of studies on the drug have examined potential harm, as opposed to potential benefits. Even so, some medical uses are widely accepted and others are the subject of serious research. Here’s a look at some potential uses of marijuana as medicine.