This documentary is filled with great information for those people who are just learning about cannabis
“Using original and archival footage,”WHAT IF CANNABIS CURED CANCER” presents highly convincing evidence that this forbidden herb has healing properties beyond any other plant on the planet— interacting as it does with the body’s own “endocannabinoid system” to keep us fit and disease-free. “WHAT IF CANNABIS CURED CANCER” explains how we are all born with a form of marijuana already in our bodies, and when pot is consumed, the “endocannabinoids” inside us—along with any cannabinoids we ingest—fit together like a key in a lock, thereby promoting the death of cancer cells without harming the body’s healthy cells. A powerful and eye-opening film about the future of cannabis—and perhaps even the future of medicine. Narrated by Emmy-winning actor, PETER COYOTE.
FROM THE HUFFINGTON POST “I recommend an excellent documentary film, ‘WHAT IF CANNABIS CURED CANCER,” by Len Richmond, which summarizes the remarkable research findings of recent years about the cancer-protective effects of novel compounds in marijuana. Most medical doctors are not aware of this information and its implications for cancer prevention and treatment.”- ANDREW WEIL, M.D.”
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I eat hemp seed everyday in nearly all of my meals (mostly smoothies) as part of a vegetarian diet. I started eating hemp seeds after I read all the different benefits you get from a whole spectrum of nutrient within it. We recommend the 1.5 kg bag of the deshelled organic hemp seeds by Sevenhills Wholefoods over on Amazon as it offers the best value for money.
After five years of daily consumption of hemp I can honestly say I feel great. I usually describe to people that I feel like Popeye after spinach after I’ve had a good feed of hemp. I remember after eating it for the first time I felt like it was exactly what my body had been craving. “De-shelled” or “Shelled” means the outer husks of the seed have been removed, leaving just the nutritious inner pulp. Hemp seed has such a light flavour that it can go with almost any kind of meal…savoury or sweet!
” Organic Raw Shelled Hemp Seeds. Hemp, or Cannabis sativa, is a plant which grows naturally in many temperate climates across the globe. One of the oldest plants in the world, this remarkable superfood has been harnessed by a variety of cultures, including ancient Indians of Central America, for an assortment of uses. Recently the seed has gained a reputation as a remarkable super food, not only full of rich, nutty flavour, but also for its diverse range of nutrients.
Sevenhills Wholefoods’ organic raw shelled hemp seeds contain essential amino acids in a ratio closer to meat and eggs than other seeds, and in much more nutritionally significant amounts. Hemp seeds contain essential fatty-acids, with an ideal omega-6 to omega-3 ratio. The seeds also naturally contain minerals such as Potassium, Magnesium and Iron, which are known to be essential for proper red-blood cell formation, healthy oxygen transit and maintaining an efficiently-functioning immune system.
Recommended use: a versatile food which can be used in a variety of ways. Sprinkle seeds on salads, use as a baking ingredient, incorporate into breakfast cereals or add to smoothies. ” – Sevenhills Wholefoods
“The Sinister Reason Weed is Illegal” is a theatrical explanation and useful summary of how cannabis became so demonized and why, The short was put together by College Humour’s – Adam Ruins Everything series. Check it out…
Farmers in a region of Italy once known for cheese have turned to cultivating a type of cannabis — not to smoke or sell, but to decontaminate polluted soil. The fast growing hemp plant absorbs contaminates through its roots and even transform some of the contaminates. The video takes a look at some of the other uses for hemp and some of the products than can be made from it, including an apartment block built from hemp…check it out
If you weren’t aware of the Ancient Cannabis Theory then be prepared to be blown away by this presentation…
Chris Bennett takes a look at the fascinating references to cannabis, under the Hebrew name ‘kaneh bosm’ (spelling – qoph nun he’ – bet shim mem) in the Old Testament text that have been suggested by anthropologist Sula Benet and other researchers, with interviews from Prof Carl Ruck, Dr. Ethan Russo, David Hillman PhD., as well as drug historians and authors Chris Conrad, Michael Horowitz, Martin Lee, and Michael Aldrich. Included is a discussion of the linguistics behind the theory as well as a look at the references in context of the Biblical story line and the use of cannabis by the surrounding cultures who influenced the Jewish cosmology, such as the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Canaanites and Scythians.
Viki Vaurora talks about using Marijuana as the ultimate disease defeating drug at TED x Bangalore. Viki also explores how hemp ( cannabis / bhang ) is embedded into Indian Hindu culture, why the west helped the demise of the hemp industry and why we should be using it in our everyday lives for medical, societal, cultural, spiritual, industrial and nutritional reasons. Its a brief presentation that is definitely worth less than 8 minutes of your time, check it out…
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
It’s starting to feel like the hemp/cannabis plant is limitless in what it can be used for. This ancient crop already has over 50,000 uses from nutrition to housing but still new ones are realised. Hemp batteries are being worked on by different academics around the world as an alternative clean source of energy storage. We came across this video from YouTube channel Robert-Murray Smith who is running some performance tests with hemp to be used in a battery
Robert-Murray Smith – The main focus of the channel is on energy, graphene, batteries and super capacitors
In the description for his second video which followed soon after said: “I am sorry for bothering you with this again but this result is just too fantastic not to share.” which made me laugh because he is clearly excited, something people often experience when learning about the plant. Anyway check out what he has to say
This is another great Tedx talk called: “The Chaos of Cannabis” by Jahan Peston Jamas. Jahan’s goal is to change the stereotypes of cannabis and give you a new perspective on the thousands of uses for the cannabis plant including housing, food, healthcare, medicine, textiles and more. Jahan gets a huge cheer from the crowd as he mentions that cannabis is “the arch nemesis of all narcotics officers but its the best friend of every college student and hippy in the world”.
Describing it as the “Elixir of life” for many patients and customers Jahan speaks about the stigma still attached to cannabis and how many people will only speak about the plant in “hush tones”. Jahan wants to change this by introducing the audience to the many industrial uses of hemp/Cannabis, the role it will play in the future of the planet, the technology already evolving and how cannabis is overlapping into that industry, like the 3D print industry for example.
Jahan breaks down the different types of cannabis: Sativa, Indica, Ruderralis and how different countries use it for military textiles, automobile body parts, for the paper for currency and so much more. Known as Bhang in India Jahan wants this plant to be embraced for all of it’s uses in his country. and has set up India’s first industrial hemp company and is encouraging others to pursue hemp based cultivation as an enterprise and backbone as an emerging industry of the future.
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