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Millions At Risk From Smoking Cannabis Because They Don't Know How Dangerous It Is

Millions At Risk From Smoking Cannabis Because They Don't Know How Dangerous It Is

Commented Jun 6, 2012 at 03:26:59 in UK Lifestyle

“Clearing the Smoke- The Science of Cannabis- Full Documentary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y-QoP0DlKQ
Michigan Medical Marijuana Law Challenged: State Senate Bill 977 Would Ban Glaucoma Patient Use

Michigan Medical Marijuana Law Challenged: State Senate Bill 977 Would Ban Glaucoma Patient Use

Commented Apr 20, 2012 at 00:08:40 in Detroit

“Elvy Musikka lost her eyesight in one eye due to glaucoma. I'd like to hear what she has to say about this. She's one of the four federal patients in the Compassionate IND Program and receives 300 joints a month that the federal government grows for her at the University of Mississippi. She can't use pharmaceuticals or else she'd lose the other eye.”
Marijuana, Narcotics Help Patients Reduce Chronic Pain, Study Finds

Marijuana, Narcotics Help Patients Reduce Chronic Pain, Study Finds

Commented Dec 9, 2011 at 01:51:37 in San Francisco

“GW Pharmaceuticals is partnered with Bayer.

Bayer is facing a trial for systematic human rights abuses and promoting
dangerous pesticides including endosulfan, paraquat and neonicotinoids.

http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/1122020/monsanto_bayer_and_dow_face_trial_for_systematic_human_rights_abuses.html

In the United States, a group of beekeepers from North Dakota is taking Bayer to court after losing thousands of honeybee colonies in 1995, during a period when oilseed rape in the area was treated with imidacloprid. A third of honeybees were killed by what has since
been dubbed colony collapse disorder.

PARIS - "Gaucho", a broad-spectrum insecticide made by the Germany-based chemical giant Bayer, was banned in France in 1999 due to its toxicity to bees and other forms of life -- including humans -- but its replacement, "Regent", from another German giant, BASF, is just as dangerous say beekeepers and biologists.

http://www.beecharmers.org/Pollination2.html

So are the insecticides they put on the pot that they use to make Sativex toxic to humans?”

Priestess of Ryleh on Dec 15, 2011 at 05:08:34

“most people use natural remedies for infestations like using lady bugs to hunt down the soft bodied pests that tend to be attracted to the cannabis plant.”

RMForbes on Dec 9, 2011 at 19:44:47

“Cannabis crops do not generally require any pesticides or chemical fertilizers. The THC in Cannabis protects the plants from insect pests along with molds and mildews.”