Please also visit the cannabis timeline on Facebook.
Marijuana. The pungent flavour, -whether you find it sinful, tawdry, sleazy or thrilling: it is here to stay. Confusing claims, counterclaims.
The controversises, the cover ups, the censored information can finally be revealed. I’ve spent thousands of hours researching the history of cannabis. If you want to look through the smokescreen, here is a discount code for my cannabis timeline. Send me your email and you’ll get the code for a free version of my timeline. Do it now.
There is no other place where you find this condensed high quality insight. What really happened, particularly in the last 100 years since Rockefeller altruistically decided to modernise medicinal practise.
You need to understand the forces that have shaped the past to understand the future. Wether you like cannabis or detest it.
Israel is at the leading edge of cannabis reseach, and no less than Raphael Mechoulam predicts that in the near future 40% of all medicine will be based on cannabis or incorporate some constituent of it.
I have spent the last 40 odd years observing and analysing what is going on . Over the last years I had the opportunity, and felt the time is right to connect the dots in this disrorted landscape. Distorted by laws and smookescreens of various interested groups.
The hysteria and massaged public emotions towards a plant that grows anywhere between the 60th parallel northern and 60th parallel southern latitude is remarkable. Even more so since its main component is identical or very similar to the largest neurotransmitter system (Endocannabinoid system ECS) in humans and animals. Aged over the last 500 million years.
Endo meets- finally – its plant derived, phyto (cannabinoid) mirror image.
One thing is certain, in spite of the heated claims and counter claims of societal harms: it won’t go away. The true meaning of ‘euphoria’ in Greek is : wellbeing, bearing well. And perhaps we can accept, as the pioneer in medical marijuana, Dr Mikuryia suggests, a new medical category in the context of cannabis: ‘easyment’ (2)