Then Christine stumbled upon a controversial homemade herbal remedy that she credits with enormously improving her dog's quality of life. She's grateful that, in his final year, Sampson weighed in at a robust 106 pounds and lived free of the wracking pain that had haunted him. Whereas before Sampson had been too weak to walk, almost overnight he became a born-again youngster. "He was a puppy again, happy and playful," Christine recalls. "He'd trot around the house with his toys in his mouth, wanting to play fetch!" Legalize medical marijuana for dogs!
(Don't miss the great picture of Mason the Vizsla looking very relaxed!) [more inside]
recently decided, after 10 years, to alleviate the pain of his sinus cancer with medical marijuana--which is legal with a doctor's recommendation in Michigan
. A commended Wal-Mart
employee for five years, Casias was promptly fired by the company after failing a drug test
. Now, Wal-Mart is working to deny Casias unemployment benefits
Marijuana doesn't increase your risk of lung cancer.
As presented at the American Thoracic Society
International Conference today. "Even very heavy, long-term marijuana users who had smoked more than 22,000 joints over a lifetime seemed to have no greater risk than infrequent marijuana users or nonusers."
SMOKING MARIJUANA DOES NOT CAUSE LUNG CANCER
"Even heavy longterm use"- does not cause cancer of the lung, upper airwaves, or esophagus, Donald Tashkin
reported at this year's meeting of the International Cannabinoid Research Society. Over the years, Tashkin's lab at UCLA has produced irrefutable evidence of the damage that marijuana smoke wreaks on bronchial tissue. It is Tashkin's research that the Drug Czar's office cites
linking marijuana to lung cancer.
What your government isn't telling you:
Pot Cures Cancer