From: Barham, Dusti # IHTUL [mailto:Dusti.Barham@tulsa.cistech.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 11:53 AM
Subject: [MOL] John/Pot
I have to agree with you. It is interesting to me that alcohol is more pc. It seems to me that alcohol is more destructive, causes violent behavior and so forth, yet they will put you in jail for growing a natural plant. I'm no advocate for legalized drugs, but I do have common sense. I remember seeing on TV a grandmother arrested for growing pot in her backyard to help her son (who had aids) have an appetite. It made me sick. I still don't understand why they are making a synthetic version of THC (active ingredient), seems like a waste of time although I realize they are trying to make a 'safer' version of any medical benefits. Oh well, I'll get off my soapbox too.
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Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 10:27 AM
Subject: RE: [MOL] Cannabinoid Therapy Eradicates Malignant Glioma In Rats /Dusti Response to this!
Dear all...this herb has been around for many, many generations and was used by our ancestors as a spiritual, healing and ceremonial substance. What do you think the Indians smoked in their peace pipe???!!! Lil, you are a piece of work! ;+) I could just imagine you being led off in cuffs and the Charleston News headline Hip Grandma Arrested as Major Pot Grower!
Several studies were done at the American Health Foundation Cancer Center aimed at reducing the negative effects of smoking marijuana by various filtration methods. Research has been slow on the benefits that this plant has to offer due the the "drug phobia" of our dear Federal Government. God forbid that a naturally growing weed be permitted that they can't tax!...now alcohol...that's right up their ally...has to be distilled, addictive, unhealthy and Taxable! Oh well, don't get me started on this one. I've seen too many dying AIDS patients we were just wasting away.
God Bless and Pax.
From: Lillian [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 11:22 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Cannabinoid Therapy Eradicates Malignant Glioma In Rats/Dusti Response to this!
Please know that the choir is still out on the debate of utilizing cannabinoid. Some say it relieves pain, others say no, some say it causes brain cell death, most agree with this, some say it can control cancer, others say no. The important thing is to remember that any of us that send information over the forum are only sending all the news; so that people may descried for themselves. We are in no way endorsing any products, medications; etc.
Speaking of this, one of our tenants left behind this beautiful huge plant; which I proceeded to drag it down to my house and proudly put it on my front porch. About six months later company came and asked me what I was doing with that huge cannabinoid plant sitting right out front and were surprised that someone flying over our house didn't report us for growing. I was horrified! I immediately destroyed the plant and the people were aghast, screaming "don't. They apparently knew much about this type of plant as they proceeded to tell me that I just destroyed a plant with a street value of $350.00. I immediately tried to put it back together!!!! No, joking, I was just happy it did not make it to the street. I am even more surprised that no one stole the plant on us! Ah the bliss of innocence even at my age....love you kiddo, lillian
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From: Barham, Dusti # IHTUL
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 12:39 PM
Subject: RE: [MOL] Cannabinoid Therapy Eradicates Malignant Glioma In Rats
I found this very interesting, especially since I thought it was supposed to cause cancer, not treat it.
From: Martin Auslander[ SMTP:email@example.com]
Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2000 9:00 AM
To: Medical On Line Forum
Subject: [MOL] Cannabinoid Therapy Eradicates Malignant Glioma In Rats
Good Morning All,
Thought the following information may be of some use.
Cannabinoid Therapy Eradicates Malignant Glioma In Rats
WESTPORT, Mar 01 (Reuters Health) - Researchers report that
malignant gliomas were eradicated in almost a third of rats
treated with either the active ingredient in marijuana, THC, or a
synthetic cannabinoid agonist.
God Bless All,
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