Everything You Wanted to Know About Opium

Papaver somniferum is the only poppy plant which produces Opium. It came from an amazing Mediterranean wild strain named Papaver setigerum. Opium is the stuff inside the poppy plants “seed pod”. Once you score it (slice it open with a knive) it will start to ooze out and when the liquid mixed with the oxygen in the air, it turns to a brownish hue. It is clear in color when it is inside its seed pod and is the magical analgesic liquid that contains morphine, codeine, noscapine, and papaverine. Thebaine is another compound found inside which has no analgesic effects....
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Medical Marijuana Doctors Agenda

The large majority of doctors refuse to prescribe Medical Marijuana even if it would benefit the patient. That's because of the pharmaceutical conspiracy to get everyone hooked on Oxycodone and other hard drugs. Things are just starting to turn, and it's getting a but easier to find a medical marijuana doctor that will help you, but that's because money is slowly shifting to the "GREEN RUSH". It’s all about corruption and money. You see, doctors go to school for a long time. They also deal with a lot of crap from stupid uneducated patients. Think about it for one minute,...
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Medical Marijuana And Alzheimers

For several centuries marijuana was utilized as an analgesic for pain relief. Up until the 1940’s marijuana was a legal substance and often used to alleviate a variety of ailments—much like the advocates of the use of medical marijuana are saying today. The federal government of the United States classifies marijuana as a high risk substance. Yet the proponents of medical marijuana state that it is rarely an addictive drug. In addition, there has never been a death by overdose on cannabis! One of the medical areas that have benefited the most has been with Alzheimer’s patients. This form of...
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Is Medical Marijuana Safe

Marijuana is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known. No one has ever died from an overdose unlike Opiates and it has a wide variety of medical applications: Relief from nausea and increase of appetite Reduction of intarlobular eye pressure Reduction of muscle spasms Marijuana is frequently beneficial in the treatment of the following conditions: Tenosynovitis - the tender swelling of the rope or cord like structures (tendons) which connect muscles to the bones HIV/AIDS. Marijuana can reduce the nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite caused by the ailment itself and by various HIV/AIDS medications. Glaucoma. Marijuana can reduce...
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Interviews with Medical Marijuana Patients

The following four people have a variety of medical conditions that have not responded well to some of the more traditional medications. Three of these people have experienced benefits from marijuana, some smoking, some in pill form. The fourth person would be very eager to trade in her present pain medication for LEGAL marijuana, but she doesn’t live in a state where it’s available. Shelly “I have chronic pain and a rare genetic disease called Porphyria. . I am chronically ill and have been so since I was a child. When I lived in another state I did use it...
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