John UK wrote: Interesting. So there was a time when it was a conventional solution, then it wasn't, and now it might be again. I'm glad it helped you out. In the UK we are not allowed to process it. Which state is it legal to do so?
Yes, John â€“ it was a common medication. I would have to do some digging to find it again but I have seen a medication guide from the turn of the century that had â€śCannabis Indicaâ€ť as an ingredient in over 20 medications. It was used in the treatment of a wide variety of ailments and was of the most utilitarian substances used in the book.
We have two states that just legalized for those 21 and over â€“ Washington and Colorado
Other states that have voted to have it available for medical use only â€“ Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Washington DC, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Please watch these two videos. I am a saved man, baptist, and I am now pain free after suffering for five years following a highway accident - thanks to this plant. The railing against this plant has been the result of a coordinated and calculated plan by early industrialists to remove this valuable resource. Search through our history â€“ it was virtually indispensable till the 20th century.
It has been used as: Paper material - creates 4x more paper making fibers than trees per acre Building material - the stock material can be combined with lime and water to create â€śhempcreteâ€ť It is an ideal building material Food â€“ their seeds have a near perfect protein makeup and is a terrific tasting food. You can buy it on amazon! Medicine â€“ worked for me!
I would encourage you to look into this further. I was a miserable product of the modern medical system. They have an absolute distain towards anything natural â€“ certainly if you say it was created with a purpose.