Responding to you neuropathy problems. I am having neuropathy in my feet. I think it is coming from my sitting in my computer chair hour after hour. What I am doing about it is to go for long walks. To exercise my body by walking, swinging my arms as I walk. Another thing I am doing is learning to grow the "Lion's Mane" mushroom. I will be stir-frying this mushroom and it is supposed to be good for rebuilding nerves.
Where to buy CBD oil and what dose/mg servings per day for medicinal purposes?
Where can I buy CBD oil for medicinal purposes? For cheap or value wise? what mg per use, per day and servings? Best method and value between spray, syringes, tincture and edible? Also, does location of sourcing of CBD oil matter THAT much?
Independent startup now mapping the marijuana genome to protect it from Monsanto
(NaturalNews) As the evidence supporting marijuana's healing properties continues to grow, the number of businesses getting involved with the commercialization of the plant also continues to expand. And despite the DEA's refusal to reschedule cannabis and relax federal laws surrounding marijuana, states continue to vote on and enforce their own laws surrounding the cannabis plant – particularly to acknowledge its medicinal properties.
So far, a number of states have legalized marijuana for medical use, and some have even legalized recreational use.
The expansion of marijuana's legality will undoubtedly create large opportunities for the industry. It has been suggested that the actions of these states will lead to the creation of a very viable market for marijuana across North America.
That's why it's not really that surprising that in 2015 rumors about Monsanto's desire to get involved with the cannabis industry began to circulate. Alternative news outlets were the first to report on it, and marijuana advocates were quick to criticize Monsanto's plans for creating a monopoly on the plant.
Just a few months ago, in April, a Monsanto spokesperson insisted that the company had no plans to get involved with the cannabis industry. In an interview, the company's spokeswoman, Charla Lord, told the Willamette Week, "Monsanto has not, is not and has no plans for working on cultivating cannabis."
Of course, many people continued to keep an eye on the company's activity. Some even believed that the company had already begun to dive into the marijuana industry, and were simply keeping it a secret.
While some may have dismissed such suspicions as "conspiracy theories," they were theories that were proven true; it has been revealed that Monsanto has already created the first GMO strain of cannabis. And, they want to patent it.
Fortunately, there are those who see fit to stand in the way of Monsanto's big plans. A start-up called Phylos Bioscience has launched an interactive guide that maps the genetic evolution of the marijuana plant. As We Are Anonymous reports, "This mapping allows for specific strains of marijuana – that are already in the public domain – a form of protection from large biotech patenting, such as Monsanto."
For the last two years, Phylos Bioscience has been dedicated to collecting samples of different strains of cannabis. In doing so, they have been able to sequence the plant's DNA, and to develop software to present a 3-D visual simulation of their data.
The company has launched this interactive guide, which is called Galaxy, allowing users to travel through a 3-D model of the genetic information that's been drawn from sequencing samples of the plant. Galaxy gives users the ability to see the hereditary sequence of each plant, by following lines that connect strains to their genetic parent or offspring. Plants that are similar are located close to each other, while colors are used to group the plants into "tribes" based on their regions, reports We Are Anonymous.
The map also allows users to view the relationship between different strains. According to Phylos Bioscience, their plant DNA sequencing will help bring order to the marijuana industry. The company states that they have sequenced DNA from over a thousand different plants and compared them.
"We mapped those relationships into three dimensions using Principal Components Analysis, a well-established technique in the field of population genetics. We combined this approach with other statistical genetics methods that generate 'heredity lines' connecting closely related samples; and then we made it interactive. These techniques have never been combined into a single visualization before, for any species."
The company says that their project was developed to create more understanding of the cannabis plant's history and evolution, as well as its future. Their documentation may even help with creating more accurate products. "We want to know where they came from, why they're so different, and what makes each one unique. And we want consumers and patients to finally know what they're getting and be able to get it again."
And, of course, protecting one of nature's most valuable plants from corruption and greed doesn't hurt. The hemp industry is also beginning to boom – but not all hemp extracts are created equal. That's why Mike Adams has joined up with Native Hemp Solutions to create a hemp extract with CBD content that's lab-validated. The Ranger's own CWC Labs tests these extracts to ensure 100 percent authenticity.
Dog cancer: cbd tincture and prednisone contraindicationa
My 14 year old dog was just diagnosed with a mast cell tumor and he is very uncomfortable. At the crux of learning things for management, I have a bottle of pet cbd and a bottle of prednisone. I have read conflicting things about using the two together. He gets the prednisone in the morning (we are on day 2) but in the evening he definitely gets very uncomfortable and that's where the CBD comes in. What I need to know is can I give them both to him to manage symptoms until we know if his tumor is going to shrink in size to allow him to be more comfortable? Because as he is 14 It is not going to take me long to put him down over even moderate discomfort, but I do not want to do that without taking other people's experiences into consideration. Thank you in advance for your help
CURE FOUND! ... ... Hello everyone, My name is Darryl and I have been suffering from Disydrotic E...
Hello everyone, My name is Darryl and I have been suffering from Disydrotic Eczema since 2008. My DE is brought on by stress. I have used Clabetasol which is not very effective, the only real management I found was stress management.
However, I recently experimented with Medical Marijuana which is high CBD low THC. This ratio only gives the smoker the muscle relaxant effects and acts as an anti-inflammatory. You DO NOT get high at all, CBD does not have Psychoactive properties.
Anyways, the reason I started to smoke was for the muscle relaxant effects, but then I noticed that my DE went away completely in 2 days!!!
In fact, I am going through a very stressful period in right now. We have been approved for a mortgage and are now going through the painful process of escrow. Normally, I would have the worst of the worst breakout right now. I started smoking weed to calm my nerves, and I was very surprised that not only did I not break out more, but it actually got rid of it :)
If you can get access to getting a Cannibus Card and to a dispensary...I would highly recommend you try High CBD low THC medical marijuana. They may even have CBD oils or oral sprays as alternatives.
Good luck, I was so stoked about this that I wanted to share and help other suffering from this terrible condition
I have Multiple Myeloma
I am interested in using marijuana to treat this cancer. I might be also using it with Budwig/Cellect protocol. I am interested in knowing if anyone has had improvement or cure with this disease, also what strains of marijuana and administration of the cannabis oil.