On a Postive Life and Liberty Note

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On a sarcastic note, investors making money deems the flow of cannabis essential.

On a positive life and liberty affirming note, cannabis as a medicine, sacrament or ritual is essential to a healthy and holistic community.

Which note is most worthy to reprise?

Which chord would you strike?

Our nation is at a threatening but opportunistic crossroads.

In the coming days, weeks and months, we will have the required and most necessary opportunities to rethink and possibly reset our individual values, habits, and virtues, which in aggregate, form the collective reality we all share and suffer in and under.

Maybe we should cut ourselves some slack?

Maybe we should cut each other some slack?

To truly forgive others, we should first forgive ourselves.

We are capable of showering the appropriate grace while we still do a better job of holding ourselves and others accountable.

Cannabis Is Essential Medicine Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Perhaps a blessing amidst our current curse, some politicians are realizing many rules and regulations are roadblocks to innovation and improvements to human health and liberty.

It is incumbent upon us all to remind them of these facts once this current crisis has come to pass…

Cannabis is medicine. This is no longer up for debate, and it hasn’t been for years, as the world’s leading medical journals and scientific organizations are in universal agreement of this fact.

And so access to cannabis must be guaranteed in the upcoming weeks and months as the unknowns of this pandemic continue to reveal themselves.

Because marijuana remains federally illegal, the U.S. cannabis industry relies on a patchwork of state laws that differ wildly from California to Colorado to Connecticut—and we’re already seeing a variety of regulatory responses in the face of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

 

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Source: Cannabis Is Essential Medicine Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Can THC Help Prevent Transplant Rejection?

In 2015, a group of researchers from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of South Carolina published a study to test the effects of THC on skin grafts. According to this study, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), one of the main compounds of the cannabis plant, can help delay rejection in incompatible organ transplant patients by activating cannabinoid CB1 receptors in immune cells.

“More and more research is identifying potential beneficial effects of substances contained in marijuana, but a major challenge has been identifying the molecular pathways involved,” said John Wherry, deputy editor of the magazine Journal of Leukocyte Biology, in a statement.

Source: Can THC Help Prevent Transplant Rejection? – Sensi Seeds