Sunday, 18 January 2015

Medical Cannabis Male Plants to be grown by Prisons - Raw Cannabis to eat

Medical Cannabis Male Plants are great for the raw juicing.  Fresh is best.

Within various areas of NSW and Australia we have prisons with land. The crop of the future is now here.

Male types of Medical Cannabis plant do not create the high for smoking, the benefits are THC in a small dose, with CBD and a huge amount of CBN.

Within the various studies in history of the Cannabis Plant we  have learnt  the Cannaloids change within  the human body over time from CBD to THC as this plant balances the body and helps repair our own DNA by unblocking the pineal gland.

When this crop is planted and grown within the prison system, it is helping the prison food by allowing the inmates to utilise the Cannabis juice which will help the whole physical health and mental health within the environment.

With many drug users of ice, cocaine, heroin and further entering the prison system raw Cannabis juice will help with the coming down from the high's they had in the outside world and repair the person from the inside out.

According to Dr. Courtney, THC can be taken in doses of hundreds of milligrams when in its acid form. However, once heated, the tolerable dose drops to 10 mg a day.
Cannabis juice also contains CBDA, the acid form of CBD.
William Courtney, a Mendicino County-based physician, recommends eating — or juicing and then drinking — raw cannabis leaf and bud as a way to achieve megadose therapeutic impact from marijuana without psychoactive effect. The green plant contains tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in its acid form, THCA, which is not psychoactive.
Some effects, according to Courtney, “take three days to be appreciated. Others build for weeks. Full clinical benefit may take four to eight weeks to take effect. It takes that long for plant (phyto) cannabinoids to fully saturate the body’s adipose (fat) tissue. Phytocannabinoids are stored in the adipose tissue, as are the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E & K.”

Courtney cautions people with kidney or gallbladder problems that raw cannabis might pose a risk. He would not recommend it for a patient with Hypercalciuria, type II, Enteric Hyperoxaluria, or Primary hyperoxaluria. 
Courtney notes, anyone on prescribed medications that can be blocked by grapefruit or pomegranate juice should advise their doctor if they are considering a raw cannabis regimen. Ditto those who are taking blood-thinning drugs such as Coumadin. Most leafy greens contain high amounts of Vitamin K, which can prevent the liver from metabolizing such drugs. and raw cannabis might, too.
Dr. Courtney recommends using 25 large fan leaves per day in juice, salsa, pesto, salad, etc.
Green Vegetables affect the blood in many ways.  
"Blood is our life from the Tree of life"

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