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.

THE ILLEGAL MIRACLE part 1 from Elixinol CBD Hemp Oil


THE ILLEGAL MIRACLE part 2 & 3 >>>




Read More
Victorian State Parliament approves legalisation of medicinal cannabis

Victorian State Parliament approves legalisation of medicinal cannabis

MEDICINAL cannabis has been made legal in Victoria and will be grown and supplied to patients in Victoria as early as 2017.

The historic Access to Medicinal Cannabis Bill 2015 passed the Victorian parliament just after 6pm.

Children suffering severe epilepsy will be among the first to be treated using a range of non-smokable marijuana products including oils, sprays and vaporisers.

Minister for Health Jill Hennessy welcomed the bill passing.

“Children with severe epilepsy will now be able to legally access this lifesaving treatment from as early as 2017.”

 Full Artuicle @read-more-green-button1

Read More
Evidence Found: Ancient Marijuana Use

Evidence Found: Ancient Marijuana Use

marijuana-use-historyN.B: Both articles are reused from news articles online and are unchanged.

Albany (NY) Times Union, 20 May 1993

The first physical evidence that marijuana was used as a medicine in the ancient Mideast was reported Wednesday by Israeli scientists who found residue of the drug with the skeleton of a girl who apparently died in childbirth 1,600 years ago.

The researchers said the marijuana probably was used by a mid-wife trying to speed the birth, as well as ease the pain.

Until now, the researchers wrote in a letter to the journal Nature, “physical evidence of cannabis (marijuana) use in the ancient Middle East has not yet been obtained.”

The seven researchers — from Hebrew University, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the National Police Headquarters forensic division — said references to marijuana as a medicine are seen as far back as 1,600 B.C. in Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek and Roman writings.  But physical evidence that the hemp weed, cannabis sativa, was used for that purpose has been missing.

The researchers’ examination of an undisturbed family tomb near Jerusalem dating to the fourth century AD indicated the girl, about 14, died because her pelvis was too small to permit normal birth.

First-Medical-rec-nungzunWorlds Oldest Marijuana Stash Found:

A tomb in a remote part of China has revealed the oldest stash of weed to be discovered to date.

The cache is over 2,700 years old and was buried alongside an apparent shaman. It’s rare but not uncommon for bodies/mummies in China to be found having blonde hair and blue eyes, in short, of seemingly western origin, which this one seemed to be. Such mummies usually came from the Gushi culture, near Turpan in northwestern China.

This particular mummy was buried with what was found to be, a 789 gram stash of marijuana which was still green although had lost its unique odour.

“To our knowledge, these investigations provide the oldest documentation of cannabis as a pharmacologically active agent,” says a newly published paper, whose lead author was American neurologist Dr. Ethan B. Russo.

history-of-medical-marijuana-3-728Many ancient Egyptian and Greek sites have also offered evidence of marijuana use in ye olden times yet this one, recently discovered, is the oldest discovered and, it seems, was purposely cultivated for pharmacological use.

“The 18 researchers, most of them based in China, subjected the cannabis to a battery of tests, including carbon dating and genetic analysis. Scientists also tried to germinate 100 of the seeds found in the cache, without success.

history-of-medical-marijuana-5-728Researchers also could not determine whether the cannabis was smoked or ingested, as there were no pipes or other clues in the tomb of the shaman, who was about 45 years old.”

The region of China where the tomb is located, Xinjiang, is considered an original source of many cannabis strains worldwide.


Read More
CBD Oil Genisis

CBD Oil Genisis

ABOUT-CBD1For decades, cannabis activists and growers were focused on cultivating high-THC strains of cannabis, and struggled to convince the world of its medicinal benefits. The medical cannabis movement continues to tout the therapeutic properties of THC, but is facing a critical sea change as research continues to reveal the immense health benefits of CBD—without a need for the “high” from THC at all.

In fact, there have been more scientific studies on CBD in the last decade than in the years since its discovery. The results of this research have been so promising for so many ailments that it might be non-psychoactive, non-addictive CBD that finally brings cannabis prohibition to an end. As the push for cannabis legalization continues, the demand for access to CBD for research, clinical trials, and drug development will only increase. Hundreds of scientists from pharmaceutical companies—including  GW pharma, Merck, Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Bristol-Myers Squibb, AstraZeneca, and Allergan—are already regularly attending meetings of the International Cannabinoid Research Society.

So the question is, will the rest of the world be ready?


Read More
Medical Cannabis Book Reviews

Medical Cannabis Book Reviews

  • 1. “Aunt Sandy’s Medical Marijuana Cookbook: Comfort Food for Mind and Body”
  • Paperback – November 1, 2010 by Sandy Moriarty (Author), Richard Lee (Preface),

    Denis Peron (Foreword)

    2.”Marijuana Gateway to Health”

    by Werner Paperback – 2011 by Werner (Author)

    3.”What If Cannabis Cured Cancer” by Len Richmond (Director)

    4. “Marijuana: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues)” 1st Edition

    amazon bannerAmazon Home Services

    Read More
    Show Buttons
    Hide Buttons
    Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On PinterestVisit Us On YoutubeVisit Us On LinkedinCheck Our Feed