[ http://fr.scribd.com/doc/134019332/1000-Pages-of-MEDICAL-CANNABIS-Research-Links-Grannys-List-January-2013 ] (Doc)
[ http://beyondchronic.com/2013/03/granny-storm-crow-lists-1000-pages-cannabis-research-links/ ] (Article)
"So much has happened in the six months since I put out the July 2012 List. Cannabis has been legalized in two states, which has encouraged other states to consider legalization. The news about cannabidiol’s
effect on various cancers with the ID-1 gene has finally made it into the mainstream media. Medical studies on cannabis and other cannabinoids are coming out at an amazing pace! In the whole of 1992, there were only 123 studies on “cannabinoids” at PubMed.
A mere six weeks into this year, there are already 195!
Quite a difference for just a decade! And those new studies are confirming the importance of the Omega3 / CB receptor connection, investigating the effects of gene mutations affecting the endocannabinoid system, aswell as delving into the mechanisms of exactly how cannabinoids heal us!
Science is becoming aware of the almost unlimited potential of the endocannabinoid system for healing and the prevention of disease.
Yet, scientific research on cannabis is “discouraged” in the US, and, increasingly, I find that the new studies on cannabinoids are being done in Europe and China! We are falling behind in this rapidly emerging field of medicine!
In Kentucky and other agricultural states, the question of “industrial hemp” is being brought up as a new crop for America.
As it is, all hemp products must be imported from China,Korea, Canada and other foreign countries.
Hemp is a multi-purpose, pest-resistant crop that can grow anywhere from the equator to Siberia! The fiber can be made into paper, silk-like fabrics, rope, fiberboard, and 1000s of other products!
The seed is a popular snack in many parts of the world and is extremely nutritious. The seed oil can be used in foods and cosmetics, or made into biofuel to decrease our dependence on foreign oil! Legalization will cut our trade deficit!
It is time to bury the ghosts of Harry Anslinger and his friends! They have haunted our lives long enough! In the name of “saving the children”, they have destroyed the lives of many of our brightest and most talented teens and young adults! Families have been torn apart! Parents are thrown in prison, while their children are dumped into foster homes… all paid for with your tax dollars!
Innocent lives, like those of Kathyrn Johnston and Jose Guerena, have been lost in raids where no drugs were found! All of that pain, misery and death just to prevent your use of a healing herb in your cigarettes, rather than the poisonous, but government approved, tobacco!
The cartels destroy the forests to supply the black market. Their product is often contaminated with pesticides, and may have absorbed poison from baits put out to kill deer andother wildlife. With legalization, we can grow our own superior home-grown cannabis and destroy the cartel’s black market and its violence, without firing a single shot.
The madness of prohibition must be stopped! It is destroying our country financially, and wreaking havoc on the health and lives of our people, and that is the plain truth. And if the truth won’t do, then something is wrong...!"
> Granny Storm Crow is a remarkable lady who has been single-handedly compiling a vast annotated database of hyperlinks to medical studies and reports on cannabis for years, carefully saving it in PDF form, and giving it all away.
I’m proud to say that Granny Storm Crow is both a resident of California and a member of my generation. We may have come from different sides of the country, but we learned the same kind of moral code. She was taught “When the truth won’t do, then something is wrong!” I was taught “When something is wrong, let everyone know!”
So together, we’re finding out what is wrong (and more importantly, what is right!) and letting everyone know. That’s why people like us want to share this information far and wide.
Here is where you can download the latest copy of her list as of January 2013. It’s a ZIP file containing the list itself, plus a separate glossary and index. Enjoy…and share it with anyone who wants to learn more about what cannabis can really do as a medicine.