I will be teaching my next Cannabis Oil Therapy Class for Cancer and 28 Other Conditions on Saturday, March 30th and Sunday, March 31st, 2019 in Garden Grove, California.
Saturday will cover the history of medical cannabis, the Endocannabinoid System and applications for Cancer. On Sunday we will do a short recap and then add 28 other conditions. Information on how to get cannabis oils and use them will be addressed.
For more info or to RSVP please email me at email@example.com
Did you know that cannabis was used for around 100 medical conditions for almost 100 years in the US before it was made illegal due to the hysteria campaign over “marijuana” in the 1930’s? That it is the world’s oldest medicine going back 6,000 years? I will be presenting several pre-clinical PubMed studies for each condition with real-life observational case histories/testimonials for most. I will also be demonstrating the specific ways in which cannabis helps with each condition. Cannabis not only helps with symptoms in all cases, numerous studies and case histories demonstrate it can not only slow progression in many of these diseases – in some cases it can actually reverse damage.
Here are a list of conditions covered in the class:
- Muscular Dystrophy
- TBI/CTE – head trauma/brain damage
- Cognitive function/memory
- Gastrointestinal –IBD (Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis)
- Auto-Immune (Lupus, etc.) Leaky Gut
- COPD/Lung Disease
- Heart Disease
- Sleep Disorders
- Weight loss and gut microbiota (yes it has a positive effect on the probiotics in your gut – which helps to regulate weight (body fat) and boosts metabolism!)
- Cancer (this will be covered on Saturday – all the above conditions will be covered on Sunday)
If you don’t see your condition on the list – just wait – there are more coming! When used correctly, there is simply no other medicine that can safely and effectively resolve all of these conditions.
“Cannabis is the single most versatile herbal remedy on Earth. No other single plant contains as wide a range of medically active herbal constituents.” – Dr. Ethan Russo
This is a day long course for practitioners and will include a coursebook of all documentation and information for protocols, etc. Learn how to use it and explain it to clients, patients, and family members.
There is no rational basis for its listing as a Schedule I Controlled Substance by the DEA, as the definition of having “no accepted medical use and high potential for abuse and lack of accepted safety under medical supervision” does not apply. The key word above is “accepted” – the medical industry monopoly will not accept it because it threatens the use of pharmaceuticals that only weakly address symptoms while causing underlying damage. It also threatens the very business model of the medical profession (“sickcare”) as practiced in the US today.
Cannabis has been used medically for 6,000 years and used for many of these same conditions. There is no known direct death attributed to cannabis during that time. It is impossible to overdose on cannabis except in a laboratory setting. It is about as addictive as caffeine or nicotine – not addictive in the physiologic sense such as drugs such as heroin, etc.
For more information on class details and schedule and how to register, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.