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6 hours ago, allymisfit said:

I think the amount they're growing and selling is the factor (as there's no way that's for personal supply lol) 

 

 

Yes for sure.

When you can earn £150,000+ for one 4 month grow, you can see why gangsters get into it.

 

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19 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

Yes for sure.

When you can earn £150,000+ for one 4 month grow, you can see why gangsters get into it.

 

When you can earn $150,000+ for one 4 month grow , you can see why The Government gets into it 😁

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23 minutes ago, Coldrum said:

When you can earn $150,000+ for one 4 month grow , you can see why The Government gets into it 😁

 

I was seriously considering kicking the teaching job to the curb and taking up full-time weed growing.

 

I'm not an expert but you don't need to be. Growing weed is so easy.

 

Maybe one day.... would be a pretty sweet retirement plan to be honest.......

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Cameronjm said:

Great to hear that medical cannabis is now legal in the UK! People must have access to the treatment they need, and it's good to see more countries recognizing the medicinal benefits of cannabis.


yes I agree, but lets noit forget its illegal for illegal reasons. No medical benefit according to drug category yet sold on prescription/heavily taxed for its obvious and far ranging medical benefits. 

Access being available should just be anyone can grow. But UK makes far too much money from it, I think we are one of the largest exporters of medical cannabis in the world.

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1 hour ago, TheConsultant said:


yes I agree, but lets noit forget its illegal for illegal reasons. No medical benefit according to drug category yet sold on prescription/heavily taxed for its obvious and far ranging medical benefits. 

Access being available should just be anyone can grow. But UK makes far too much money from it, I think we are one of the largest exporters of medical cannabis in the world.

Exactly. It's surprising how few people have spotted the conflict of interest going on here. Instead they fall for the "skunk=psychosis=violent criminal", mainstream media narrative that has been concocted. Meanwhile the rest of the world has been waking up to the fact they've been lied to. 

 

Genuine persecution is NOT paranoia, although it can eventually provoke it. I wonder if research has ever been conducted to separate the effects of the plant, from the effects of the harassment, threats and gaslighting that users face. Cannabis use does require some discipline, but any negatives that do come from the cannabis itself, must surely be greatly exacerbated by the societal factors.

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Most people are unaware that all mammals have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) in their bodies including humans. "Cannabinoid" comes from "cannabis," and "endo" is short for "endogenous," which means that it is produced naturally inside of your body. So "endocannabinoid" simply means cannabis-like substances that naturally occur inside us. We don't have a endocabbage, endoapple, or any other endoplant system in our body, which makes cannabis unique.

The ECS is the biochemical communication system of our bodies and is attributed to homeostasis or balance within it.

 

https://draxe.com/nutrition/endocannabinoid-system/

 

Could this be the reason it has been suppressed (illegal) and kept unavailable to us? 

 

The ECS helps regulate a lot of important functions, such as:

  • Appetite
  • Digestion
  • Immune function
  • Inflammation, including neuroinflammation
  • Mood
  • Sleep
  • Reproduction/fertility
  • Motor control
  • Temperature regulation
  • Memory
  • Pain
  • Pleasure/reward
  • emotions
  • behavior
  • motor control (movement)
  • hormones
  • the cardiovascular system
  • the digestive system
  • body temperature

 

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6 minutes ago, Campion said:

 

This isn't something I know a lot about. But maybe endorphins count too, like natural morphine? 

 

I may be wrong because this isn't my expertise either, but I think the way it works is the ECS is the messaging system inside us that regulates the amount of endorphins released (along with many other bodily functions). Endorphins are polypeptides made by the pituitary gland and the central nervous system (CNS) to help you deal with stress and regulate pain, as well as influence feelings of pleasure. Endorphins are just one of the many systems that the ECS regulates. That's my understanding. 🤔

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