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Introduction to Medicinal Cannabis: An Easy Guide for Doctors and Patients (hard copy)- Review

Introduction to Medicinal Cannabis: An Easy Guide for Doctors and Patients (hard copy)- Review



This is an excellent introduction to Medicinal Cannabis as a treatment option.

Written by Australian GP Dr Teresa Towpik, this is an easy to understand resource for both doctors and the layman alike.

This book provides a lot of information on how Medical Cannabis works, why it works, so you can see exactly how it may help you. Essential reading for anyone interested in learning about Medical Cannabis as a healing modality.

I remember my frustration, trying to find a simple guide that could explain step by step the intricate properties of cannabis in an easy to follow and understandable manner. I was reading one article after the other and it wasn’t easy.

In this book, I am hoping to achieve that, an easy step by step guide. I hope that patients as well as doctors find it useful and find the inspiration to further studies.”- Dr Towpik, GP.

About Dr Teresa Towpick

Born in Poland Teresa worked as a junior doctor in a hospital in Glogow, a small town not too far from the German border. Arriving in Australia in 1987, she worked in Fairfield and Liverpool hospital then General Practice from 1993. She worked as a solo GP for a few years, then in a small family practice and later in large medical centres, currently based in Katoomba.

Over the years Teresa embraced different aspects of healing, not only as a doctor but as a patient as well. When going through breast cancer 16 years ago, she learnt about different patient’s attitudes and expectations realising that modern medicine is very much based on evidence. “The absence of evidence is no evidence of absence. We need balance and we need to listen to patients as well”.

Healing occurs on many levels, physical, emotional and spiritual and Teresa sees great potential in cannabis which is an ancient, sophisticated and diverse medicine. She is engaging in further learning, research and the application of cannabis in general practice.

“I am hoping that it will be legalised and regulated soon, so doctors and patients can take advantage of its great healing potential”.

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Is CBD Oil good for me?

Is CBD Oil good for me?

CBD is short or Cannabidiol which by all scientific accounts
appears to be the ROCKSTAR of the Cannabinoid world.

It is the most predominant Cannabinoid in Hemp and is
endowed with many beneficial properties.

In its patent (#6,630,507) titled CANNABINOIDS AS

Government makes many impressive claims about CBD
including the following: “Cannabidiol (CBD), a

naturally-occurring constituent of the industrial hemp
plant, promotes and supports the nutritional health of

aging bodies.”

One of the properties of CBD is that it is anti-psychoactive
which means that unlike THC, the Cannabinoid found

abundantly in Marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive and may
be consumed safely as a dietary supplement.

It simply is not possible to get “high” or
intoxicated by consuming Industrial Hemp food products.

It is safe or the whole family.

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Medical Marijuana Reduces Suicide in States With Legal Access

Medical Marijuana Reduces Suicide in States With Legal Access

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The study conducted by The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn, Germany, the same firm that recently found that legalizing medical marijuana was associated with fewer deaths on the highways, is titled “High on Life? Medical Marijuana Laws and Suicide,” reports Christopher Shea at the Wall Street JournalThis study is by no means new, and was almost completely ignored when first released. However, as more states decide to allow medical access to cannabis, more statistics become available to reinforce these findings.

depression medical marijuana“Using state-level data for the period 1990 through 2007, we estimate the effect of legalizing medical marijuana on suicide rates,” says the IZA Discussion Paper from January. “Our results suggest that the passage of a medical marijuana law is associated with an almost 5 percent reduction in the total suicide rate, an 11 percent reduction in the suicide rate of 20- through 29-year-old males, and a 9% reduction in the suicide rate of 30- through 39-year-old males.”

“Estimates of the relationship between legalization and female suicides are less precise and are sensitive to functional form,” according to the study’s authors, D. Mark Anderson, Daniel I. Rees, and Joseph J. Sabia.

”Could marijuana use help individuals cope with the negative shocks to happiness that, according to Hamermesh and Soss (1974), lead to suicide?” the study’s authors ask. “Alternatively, could marijuana use magnify the impact of SLEs [stressful life events]?”

While the majority of epidemiological studies have found that cannabis use is positively associated with both the symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation, according to the study, “any association between marijuana use and outcomes such as these could be driven by difficult-to-observe factors … or simply reflect self-medication.”

A recent review of the literature, according to the study, noted that “the majority of studies for affective outcomes [such as depression and suicidal ideation] did not adequately address the problem of reverse causation as a possible alternative explanation for any association observed.”

In other words, rather than increasing the likelihood of suicide, it seems that previous studies haven’t sufficiently examined the possibility that the association between cannabis use and those who commit suicide is due to those already suicidal choosing to self-medicate with marijuana.

“The current study avoids the problems of reverse causality and unobserved heterogeneity at the individual level by examining the relationship between the legalization of medical marijuana and completed suicides,” the study’s authors note.

It is also quite possible that the reduction in alcohol use due to medical marijuana legalization, noted in IZA’s previous study, plays a major factor in the reduction of suicide in states which allow its use. Previous research shows as well that there is a strong connection between the consumption of alcohol and suicide-related outcomes. According to the study’s authors, this “raises the possibility that medical marijuana laws reduce the risk of suicide by decreasing alcohol consumption.”

“Although 16 states have passed medical marijuana laws, and others are considering legalization, very little is known about the effects of these laws,” the study’s authors conclude. “Policymakers weighing the pros and cons of legalization should consider the possibility that medical marijuana laws may lead to fewer suicides among young adult males. However, the exact mechanism through which suicides are reduced remains a topic for future study.”




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Phoenix Tears Program

Phoenix Tears Program

Free Program

Education Disclaimer

The information in the Phoenix Tears Program is presented at no cost by Green CulturED for the purpose of disseminating information to the public.

Green CulturED monitors the quality of the information available on this website and updates the information regularly. However, we do not make any representation or warranty about the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of any material contained on this website or on any linked site.

While the Green CulturED makes every effort to ensure that the material in the Phoenix Tears Program is accurate and up-to-date, you should exercise your own independent skill and judgement before you rely on it. This program is not a substitute for independent professional advice and students should obtain any appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstances.

Program Description

Rick Simpson is here to expose you to information about the most medicinal plant known to man – hemp – in his Phoenix Tears Program.

It has been years now since Rick Simpson had his miraculous discovery and medical miracles are a common occurrence when using oil derived from this specific medicinal plant

This program is dedicated to spread as much information as possible about the miraculous cure in the form of oil that is obtained from hemp plant – oil that cures almost all serious diseases like cancer, lymphoma, sarcoma, leukemia, Crohn’s disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, asthma, multiple sclerosis, ulcers, burns, psoriasis, AIDS, diabetes, depression, hemorrhoids, blood and eye pressure, regulation of body weight, chronic pain, migraine, mutated cells (polyps, warts, tumors), insomnia, scars and more.






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Is it Possible? Responsible Use Without the War…

Is it Possible? Responsible Use Without the War…

cannabis_moreIs it Possible???

It’s true that no one is an island.

The concept of a community is one of the basic building blocks of the human experience, and we have been building communities since we first walked the earth.

Traditionally, human beings formed families, and families became tribes. These were large collectives base on common factors like geography, DNA, and eventually languages and core values.

Over time, tribes grew into kingdoms and empires, and the common factors which tied people together became increasingly blurred. Today, kingdoms and empires have become nation-states…and the common factors which bind us together are rather limited.

Sure, we might look alike, talk alike, dress alike, and hail from the same postal code or some other invisible lines on a map, but shared core values are a thing of the past.

Are any of these systems truly fail-safe?

Decimalization removes the consumer — the marijuana smoker — from the criminal justice system, while maintaining criminal penalties against those who sell or traffic large quantities of the drug.

In 1972, President Richard Nixon’s National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse recommended that Congress adopt this policy nationally in the United States.

Since then, more than a dozen government-appointed commissions in both the U.S. and abroad have recommended similar actions.

None of these commissions have endorsed continuing to arrest and jail minor marijuana offenders.

Enforcing marijuana prohibition costs taxpayers an estimated $10 billion annually and results in the arrest of more than 829,000 individuals per year — far more than the total number of arrestees for all violent crimes combined, including murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault.

This policy is a tremendous waste of national and state criminal justice resources that should be focused on combating serious and violent crime.

In addition, it invites government unnecessarily into areas of our private lives, and needlessly damages the lives and careers of hundreds of thousands of otherwise law-abiding citizens.

Former President Jimmy Carter told Congress in 1977, that:

“Penalties against drug use should not be more damaging to an individual than the use of the drug itself. Nowhere is this more clear than in the laws against the possession of marijuana in private for personal use.”

Responsible Use

Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in America (behind only alcohol and tobacco), and has been used by nearly 100 million Americans.

According to government surveys, some 25 million Americans have smoked marijuana in the past year, and more than 14 million do so regularly despite harsh laws against its use. Our public policies should reflect this reality, not deny it.

Marijuana is far less dangerous than alcohol or tobacco.

Around 50,000 people die each year from alcohol poisoning. Similarly, more than 400,000 deaths each year are attributed to tobacco smoking. By comparison, marijuana is nontoxic and cannot cause death by overdose.

According to the prestigious European medical journal, The Lancet:

“The smoking of cannabis, even long-term, is not harmful to health. … It would be reasonable to judge cannabis as less of a threat … than alcohol or tobacco.”
As with alcohol consumption, marijuana smoking can never be an excuse for misconduct or other improper behavior. For example, driving or operating heavy equipment while impaired from marijuana should be prohibited.

Most importantly, marijuana smoking is for adults only, and is inappropriate for children.

There are many activities in our society that are permissible for adults, but forbidden for children, such as motorcycle riding, skydiving, signing contracts, getting married, drinking alcohol or smoking tobacco.


Eventually there WILL be the development of a legally controlled market for marijuana, where consumers could buy marijuana for personal use from a safe legal source.

This policy, generally known as legalization, exists on various levels in a handful of European countries like The Netherlands and Switzerland, both of which enjoy lower rates of adolescent marijuana use than the U.S.

Such a system would reduce many of the problems presently associated with the prohibition of marijuana, including the crime, corruption and violence associated with a “black market.”

From the beginning, lawmakers and politicians debated fiercely whether law enforcement – no matter how well funded and well trained – could ever defeat the drug problem that they perceive.

A decade ago, no politician who wanted to keep their job would breathe a word about legalization, but a consensus is growing across the country that at least marijuana will someday be regulated and sold like tobacco and alcohol.

“We shall, by and by, want a world of hemp more for our own consumption.”

– President John Adams, United States of America
Until tomorrow,
Green CulturED

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P.S. – When you look at how much the world has changed over the last several years, and you consider how fast things are changing now, we only have a few years remaining before much of what we know today changes dramatically. 



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