Antispasmodic Anxiolytic Tumor necrosis factor inhibitor Anti-inflammatory Antiproliferative Apoptotic Chempreventive Antidepressive Antiemetic Bronchodilator Anti-metastatic Anti-neoplastic Antioxidant Cardioprotective Hepatoprotective Anti-tumor

Enzyme inhibitor Immunomodulatory Anti-angiogenic Autophagy up-regulation Acetylocholinesterase inhibitor Anti-platelet Calcium channel blocker Cell cycle arrest

Cylooxygenase inhibitor Glycine agents Immunomodulatory: T-Cell down-regulation Intracellular adhesion molecule-1 inducer Matrix mettaproteinase-1 inhibitor Neuritohgenic Platelet Aggregration Inhibito


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Thanks to modern scientific investigation, it is no longer considered strictly 'theoretical' that cannabis has a role to play in medicine. There is a growing movement to wrench back con- trol from the powers that be, whose primary objectives appear to be the subjection of the human body in order to control the population (political motives) -- what 20th century French phi- losopher Michel Foucault termed biopower, and not to awaken true healing powers intrinsic within the body of all self-possessed members of society. Even the instinct towards recreational use - think of the etymology: to re-create - should be allowed, as long as those who choose to use cannabis instead of tobacco and alcohol (and prescription drugs) do not cause harm to them- selves or others. How many deaths are attributed to cannnabis each year versus these other societally approved recreational agents, not to mention prescription drugs, which are the 3rd leading cause of death in the developed world?

Ultimately, the politics surrounding cannabis access and the

truth about its medicinal properties are so heavily a politicized issue that it is doubtful the science itself will prevail against the distorted lens of media characterizations of it as a 'dangerous drug,' and certainly not the iron-clad impasse represented by federal laws against its possession and use. All we can do is to advocate for the fundamental rights we all possess as free men and women, and our inborn right towards self-possession, i.e as long as what we do does not interfere with the choices and rights of others, we should be free to use an herb/food/textile that sprouts freely and grows freely from this earth, as God/Nature as freely made available.

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