6/11/2019 - To date, there is Not One documented case of smoking pot causing lung cancer. Ever since Nixon created the D.E.A., this gov. agency claims CANNABIS has no medical value, as categorized as a "Schedule 1" drug. This way, NO "RESEARCH" HAS BEEN ALLOWED (anywhere since 1937) into its numerous health benefits.
The U.S. government itself has conducted Research, Nixon's 1972-74 Virginia medical college tests showed Anti cancer/tumor properties, proving the DEA to be inadequate in the classification of CANNABIS. The System Continues to Incarcerate Millions & the death of Millions in need of a medicinal plant that is far safer with far less side effects than any pharmaceutical on the planet.
For decades, the DEA has been able to get-away with it, ONLY because they NEVER allow press / public Debates or hearings to discuss, intentionally.
They know exactly how to keep US in the dark, by not Discussing Pot, they keep US ignorant & fooled.
The United States "Government" now holds over 19 patents on the superior medicinal properties, and GW Pharmaceutical in the U.K. has over 33 patents - Here's your sign!
Not only are these two countries Suppressing & Denying this health benefit, but the "Media" is also "In on It", to Fool the People. The media Lies by Not telling the whole Truth, always leaving doubt. All Media is controlled by the biggest Corporations.
These corporations and world governments are manipulated by the elite or 1%. Since 1937, the media & news agencies have Only been "allowed" to Report "Negative Only" information about "marijuana"! They are setting the stage to rake in Trillions when they fully establish their terms and conditions. THIS IS TYRANNY.
Our system is Rigged, "Acetaminophen" is WHY most people don't Care OR don't Want to care about Life-Saving cannabis information. They put acetaminophen in 600 different Medications! It's in all of our Meds! Tylenol might kill your headache, but two very disturbing studies reveal that it also kills your ability to empathize with other human beings.
It has taken decades of profound suffering from exposure to synthetic, patented chemicals to learn, without a doubt, they pose serious health risks.
The list of well-known side effects is long, and we can now add soul-deadening properties to the list for Tylenol (known by the chemical names acetaminophen and paracetamol).
Over-the-counter pain killers & so-called “Low-dose” aspirin, no longer considered safe enough to use for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease and stroke, ibuprofen causing tens of thousands of deaths each year due to its recently discovered cardiotoxicity, and Tylenol’s adverse effects on the psychological constitution of humanity only just beginning to surface on top of it’s already well-established extreme toxicity to the liver.
In a groundbreaking study four years ago, it was discovered that in addition to Tylenol’s ability to dampen pain, also has powerful psychotropic side effects highly related to human social interaction and behavior! One such effect is by dampening both the positive and negative emotional stimuli (also known as “affect flattening” in psychiatric terminology.)
Positive empathy provides part of the “social glue” from which interpersonal bonds are built and strengthened (Morelli et al., 2015). As such, taking pleasure from the good fortune of others fosters interpersonal connection, trust, and—ultimately—prosocial behavior (Reis et al., 2010; Morelli et al., 2014; Andreychik and Migliaccio, 2015), thus providing important societal benefits. These benefits have to be viewed in the context of the number of people regularly consuming acetaminophen.
An estimated quarter of all US American adults take a drug containing acetaminophen every week (Kaufman et al., 2002). It is thus possible that the pervasive use of acetaminophen among Americans may substantially reduce these benefits. However, there is currently no research on the relationship between acetaminophen usage and reduced prosocial behavior in the USA.
Overall, the present research shows that acetaminophen reduces empathy for the pleasurable experiences of other people. These findings not only constitute an important step forward in our understanding of the effective mechanisms underlying the experience of positive empathy but also raise concerns about the societal impact of excessive acetaminophen consumption. - fb= Utilize Potman