Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Regeneration and Cannabis



There are few experiences worse in life than hearing the words, “You have cancer.”

Fortunately, I have not had that experience.

Yet a day does not pass, so it seems, before I learn of yet another of us indirectly connected to my circles who has been given these words to contemplate. 

From the American Cancer Society [apparently existing for the perpetuation and spread of cancer in America]

“About 1,660,290 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2013, and in 2013 about 580,350 Americans are projected to die of cancer, almost 1,600 people a day. Cancer remains the second most common cause of death in the US, accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths.“


For most of us, the word “chemo” leaps into our consciousness as soon as we learn that an acquaintance has been diagnosed with cancer. If we know the person, images of them come to mind. Then we imagine how they will look during and towards the end of chemo treatments. Much of their hair will be gone. They are thinner, not having been able to hold food within long enough to digest. They’ve aged noticeably.  The radiation within takes its toll on healthy cells along with the cancerous ones. 

From the World Health Organization: 

"Cancer treatment requires a careful selection of one or more intervention, such as surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. The goal is to cure the disease or considerably prolong life while improving the patient's quality of life. Cancer diagnosis and treatment is complemented by psychological support."

Seven out of ten will die from this treatment.

And all this is unnecessary. Wasting away this way in an expensive waste, because there are numerous natural cures for cancer, including cannabis. 

By saying this I’m not offering medical advice to anyone, and in no way am I “practicing medicine. Just reflection on the facts revealed in this video:


Then again, there is Rick Simpson, who claims to have seen fifty people “cured” or healed by using the famous cannabis oil sharing his name.


As I see it, Rick Simpson is not “practicing medicine” either. Rather, he is guiding people to make a life saving substance using natural plant material.

The process by which cannabis derivatives crush cancer cells is well known in medical science. It has been known for nearly four decades in medical and governmental circles. At any time since it was first known how and why these cannabis derivatives “suffocate” cancer cells, responsible people in the know had the option to speak out, or speak to the mainstream media. There is no record of anyone doing so, as far as I know. [Excluding the few who have advocated for limited use of “medical marijuana since the 1990s.] Rather than stepping forward with these truths, an untold number of fellow citizens chose to remain silent as millions of human beings were made to suffer and allowed to die.

Since 1950 the overall rates for lung and bronchus cancer deaths has risen by 217.9%. However, for those under the age of 45 these rates have decreased significantly. Coincidently, a higher percentage of persons this age admit to consuming cannabis compared with those aged 45 and over. For this latter group, each decade of life from 45 on to those over 85 increases dramatically. Percentages increase as follows: 29.5; 71.9; 281.7; 541.9; and 680.2 percent. Another way to look at this: the older the group, the less likely a higher percentage have consumed cannabis for a significant period, either simultaneously of independently with tobacco and alcohol consumption. Younger “stoner” generations are less likely to get cancer. Science explains why.

And these percentages translate into hard numbers. This year of 2013, approximately 7.6 million people are expected to die from cancer. Globally for all age groups, this is down a mere 12.1 percent for all age groups since 1950. Accumulatively, we find that more than 250 million people have died from cancer during this period, with an increasing annual death rate since cannabis was found to treat cancer effectively. The war against cannabis has been a government war against people, resulting in millions of avoidable deaths.

Anyone with half a brain should see that something is seriously wrong with this fact, that cannabis derivatives have been demonstrably known to destroy cancer yet 250-plus millions of humans were allowed to suffer and die as they have, and as many still do.

Consider, if you will, that cancer is only one of numerous known ailments treatable with cannabis derivatives. And, cannabis is only one of numerous effective treatments based on natural products proven to relieve suffering, including cancer cures.

Within our bodies, every day, regeneration takes place. New cells replace old, worn-out cells. This is how we live. Without regeneration we all die rather quickly.

For decades, activists have been “crying in the wilderness” for government agencies to “repent” of their crimes against humanity that have taken the form of cannabis prohibition. I applaud all of these fighters for the cause of human freedom. Some, like the late Jack Herer, have been outspoken on the need for regeneration of a global economy based on cannabis, or hemp. 

"Rag paper, containing hemp fiber, is the highest quality and longest lasting paper ever made. It can be torn when wet, but returns to its full strength when dry." Jack Herer.

Cannabis freedom is obviously a life and death issue. The longer it is postponed, the more people will die needlessly, and so many more will inevitably suffer for its prohibition.

Cancer is, on our bodies, a state wherein the natural process of regeneration of cells is prohibited. In our society, the prohibition of plants such as cannabis, and cannabis specifically, is a cancer within the natural economy of humankind.

Our global society is in dire need of regeneration, and cannabis freedom is an essential nutrient.