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Medical Marijuana, Inc’s PhytoSPHERE System’s CBD – A Natural Evolution in Health

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Medical Marijuana, Inc’s (MJNA.PK) PhytoSPHERE Systems is ramping up capacity to deliver one of the most revolutionary compounds promoting health and wellness in our lifetime.  I’m not talking about some synthetic compound mixed in lab.  I’m talking about a naturally occurring compound derived from the industrial hemp plant stalk and seed known as Cannabidiol (CBD).

What is CBD?

Most people are familiar with Cannabis which is the scientific term that’s used to describe the genus (biological classification) of marijuana or hemp.  Marijuana contains both THC (the stuff that gets people high) and CBD.  Hemp commonly refers to the low THC strains of the Sativa plant that are used for industrial applications and highly nutritious food products and oils.

What many don’t realize is that a lot of the medicinal benefits attributed THC or other cannabinoids are actually derived from the CBD content of the cannabis.  CBD…

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When you think about it…why choose cow’s milk?

Definitely something to think twice about on your next visit to the grocery store!

The National Humane Education Society

There’s soy milk and almond milk and hemp milk and coconut milk and rice milk. Then there’s cow’s milk. The first five are humane choices; cow’s milk is not. Cow’s milk involves forcing cows to give birth every year, indenturing the male offspring into servitude in the veal industry and the females to eventually join their mothers on the milking line. Cow’s milk involves warehousing over 5 million cows in indoor facilities their entire lives, which rarely last more than three or four years (lifespan of a cow is around 25 years). Cow’s milk involves mastitis, milk fever, antibiotics, and a genetically engineered, synthetic hormone called recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH). Soy, almond, hemp, coconut, and rice milks involve no such abuses of living, breathing, sentient beings. Fortunately, with each generation, cow milk consumption is declining. Drinking the milk of a species not our own long after we are…

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Legalize!!

Legalizing hemp and marijuana for that matter, is the solution, the government does not want to allow so because they wont have the control and power they feed off of, it would resolve the issue that keeps the systems’ “hand” on the nation. It would eliminate the need for jobs because everyone could profit, it would lower fuel cost tremendously, while still providing clothing, rope, food, and other resources that would potentially end the need for the governments power that is held over our lives.

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Vt. Farmers Look To Capitalize On Hemp Growth, Fed Law Forbids

Legalizing hemp and marijuana for that matter, is the solution, the government does not want to allow so because they wont have the control and power they feed off of, it would resolve the issue that keeps the systems’ “hand” on the nation. It would eliminate the need for jobs because everyone could profit, it would lower fuel cost tremendously, while still providing clothing, rope, food, and other resources that would potentially end the need for the governments power that is held over our lives.

CBS DC

WAITSFIELD, Vt. (AP) — Some Vermont farmers want to plant hemp now that the state has a law setting up rules to grow the plant, a cousin of marijuana that’s more suitable for making sandals than getting high.

But federal law forbids growing hemp without a permit, so farmers could be risking the farm if they decide to grow the plant that the Drug Enforcement Agency basically considers marijuana.

Hemp and marijuana share the same species — cannabis sativa — but hemp has a negligible content of THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana. Under federal law, all cannabis plants fall under the marijuana label, regardless of THC content.

To grow marijuana for industrial purposes or research, a grower must register with the DEA and meet specific security requirements, such as installing costly fencing for a field of hemp.

A national nonprofit group is pushing to change current law and move…

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