Oh, I forgot one.Everybody look up Neurogenesis in conjunction with
cannabis. It'll really blow that stereotype of the stupid stoned out of the
Mr. #Of course pot research lags behind in the U.S. we have very
strict federal laws allowing its study.However does Israel lag
behind? Nope, in fact they are probably the world leaders in pot research, to
put it into plain speak. The fact that God's people are using this plant to
help heal their sick should be enough evidence for the leaders of God's
Church to get on board.You just have a myopic view, we can clearly
see the non-issues it has with recreational use. Do you really think we
aren't going to find legitimate medical uses for it. Scratch that there are
already legitimate medical uses, hence the U.S. gov controlling the patent over
cannabis.Now I could list off all the health problems it has been
shown to help, but that be me repeating myself for the 100th time. So here is a
few.Alzheimer'sChrons diseaseArthritisDepressionDementia......There you guys go, I'd hit up
Google, and start reading. We aren't lagging as much as you think we are.
The pot industry is exploiting parents desperate to help their children, and the
children suffering from disease. Even pro-pot researchers acknowledge that the
science backing its medical use lags far behind the push of the pot industry.
Considering the damage being wrought on society by the pot industry, the prudent
approach is to wait until the science matures before allowing uncontrolled
experimentation on children.
I'll say that Utah is way behind the curve. There is no way other states
and countries already don't have data on this.Jesus Christ
himself used Kannabos (spelled incorrectly) oil to anoint and heal. Isn't
it funny how the spirits, demons, and health problems he healed usually had
something to do with seizing? Ya, ya, he cured that leprosy thing according to
the Bible, but outside of that there is no proof.Madsen's bill
was a much better plan, but it didn't have the blessing of the church like
Vickers does. When is the church going to be taxed, or told to sod off?
When you see results like this, it makes even less sense to keep denying people
the very thing that would help them.Makes you wonder if any of our
lawmakers have done ANY research before they follow the knee-jerk reactions.By the way, these photos are awesome!! You can clearly see the love the
wonderful dad has for his sweet daughter, and her for him.
Don't count your chickens too fast.....Vicker's bill provides
for less than .3% THC, and simply creates more oversight of the existing system.
While it *would* allow for sales within Utah, Vickers even requires a pharmacist
be hired for every dispensary. WHY would you need a pharmacist who has no
education/experience with a plant-based oil? Here's why: Vickers is a
pharmacist and trying to create jobs for his friends. His bill also
requires the state create a "Paypal"-style payment system for marijuana
sales, even though it's not needed. These bills being pushed on Capitol
Hill don't help the people that need it, they just help the friends of