Cashy Hyde Slideshow
Marijuana, Inc. Cash Hyde Foundation & Medical Marijuana
—>*47 kids are diagnosed with cancer each day and 7 kids will die. Only 3% of all money raised for cancer research goes to pediatric cancer. In 2010 Cashy recieved Chemotherapy developed in 1976 and in 2011 Cashy recieved Radiation developed in the early part of 1980. Cancer is a multi Billion dollar industry annually and kills nearly 1,800 each day. Americas Terrorist is cancer and the individuals who dictate to us what medicines and foods we can consume.<—
Dad Gives Cannabis Oil to Toddler Battling Brain Cancer – Medical Marijuana
To call what the Hyde family has been through a “parent’s worst nightmare” sounds like a horrible cliche. But, it’s hard to imagine what else you could call it. At the tender age of 2 years old, their son Cash was diagnosed with a stage 4 brain tumor; he nearly died more times than they can count. He was miserable from the chemotherapy coursing through his body. Until his dad made a controversial decision to give cannabis to his young son.
What They Do,
The Cash Hyde Foundation:
The fact is, in one way or another, cancer may affect us all. That’s why it is up to all of us to play a part in fighting cancer during our lifetime. Cashy’s journey has given us all the opportunity to unite, with the same common goal, help children fighting cancer.
The Cash Hyde Foundation’s mission is to fight cancer with smiles, prayers, positive energy and provide information and financial support for children with cancer and their families.
Fighting Cancer with Smiles
Most kids are transported around the hospital in little tyke’s rubber wagons and cars. It is awesome to see how happy it makes the kids to get out of their rooms and have a little fun. We learned that you can fight Cancer one smile at a time and that even if the smile only lasts a minute it is a minute that Cancer isn’t winning. Unfortunately the wagons/cars are limited also it is hard to maneuver them and the IV poles without two people and tangling the IV lines.
We decided one day that the wagons and cars needed to be customized with stickers and have IV poles mounted to them. We purchased Cashy his own Little Tike’s car and mounted a Reggae Colored IV pole to it. We put stickers of Bob Marley One Love, Monkey’s, Cancer Fears Me, 4th ICS, and our favorite hometown team, the University of Montana Grizzlies all over it. We named it the Reggae Runner and Cashy had many happy times cruising the halls of Primary Children’s in it.
How They Help
• Make custom Reggae Runners, and donate them to patients at Children’s Hospitals.
• Help families in need organize fundraisers so they can concentrate on fighting cancer.
• Collect donations and organize fundraiser’s to financially assist the foundation with its projects and financial support for children with cancer and their families.
• Create childhood cancer awareness in our communities and support for children with cancer and their families.
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Cannabis Science~The Endocannabinoid System
This video conveys the a basic knowledge of he endocannabinoid system inside the human body.
” In the late 1980s scientists would discover the Endocannabinoid System within the Human body, now this would lay waste to claims for decades that cannabinoids had no beneficial purpose for human consumption.” – William Martin
Dr. Melamede, Associate Professor and Biology Chairman, Biology Department, University of Colorado, explains how the Endocannabinoid System functions as a “Global Homeostatic Regulator”, balancing several organ systems. He theorizes that, “Free Radicals are the Friction of Life. Endocannabinoids are the Oil of Life.”
See below to view parts 2 through 5…
Cancer Cure – Cannabis & Cannabinoids,by Robert Melamede,PhD
The following presentation of RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story was made possible by Rick Simpson and video producer Christian Laurette… made for free to teach YOU how to heal yourself of disease and illness using cannabinoids.http://www.phoenixtears.ca
Spiral Up With Ava Marie – Part 1 – Dennis Hill, Biochemist cures his cancer with cannabinoid oil.
Rick Simpson and Christian Laurette have “given” you the recipe to cure yourself…. free of charge. Hemp oil (cannabinoid oil) is not sold in stores, that is “Hemp seed oil” and it is good for you but it won’t cure diseases or help with pain. Hemp oil IS cannabinoids extracted from the buds of the female marijuana/hemp plant. You have to get buds or this will not be potent enough to cure serious disease; this has been proven… take my word on it or take your chances with your doctor.
RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story, a film by Christian Laurette
Available for free at http://www.youtube.com/chrychek
RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story…
“IF YOU SEE ONLY ONE DOCUMENTARY THIS YEAR… MAKE IT THIS ONE!”
“THIS MOVIE SAVED MY LIFE!”
“I CURED MY CANCER WITH CANNABIS OIL!
Spiral Up With Ava Marie – Part 2 – Dennis Hill, Biochemist cures his cancer with cannabinoid oil.
Sami Sarfaraz, Farrukh Afaq, Vaqar M. Adhami, and Hasan Mukhtar + Author Affiliations. Department of Dermatology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
J Neuroimmunol. 2007 Mar;184(1-2):127-35. Epub 2006 Dec 28. Immune control by endocannabinoids – new mechanisms of neuroprotection? Ullrich O, Merker K, Timm J, Tauber S. Institute of Immunology, Medical Faculty, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Leipziger Str. 44, 39120 Magdeburg, Germany. firstname.lastname@example.org
Endocannabinoid synthesis & release.
Cannabinoid receptor type 1.
Journal of Neurochemistry, Volume 104 Issue 4, Pages 1091 – 1100 Published Online: 18 Aug 2008
Non-psychotropic plant cannabinoids: new therapeutic opportunities from an ancient herb. Angelo A. Izzo, Francesca Borrelli, Raffaele Capasso, Vincenzo Di Marzo, and Raphael Mechoulam. Department of Experimental Pharmacology, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy. Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry, National Research Council, Pozzuoli (NA), Italy. Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Products, Hebrew University Medical Faculty, Jerusalem, Israel, Endocannabinoid Research Group, Italy
Scientists test medicinal marijuana against MS, inflammation and cancer By Nathan Seppa June 19th, 2010; Vol.177 #13 (p. 16)
NIH Public Access: A house divided: ceramide, sphingosine, and sphingosine-1-phosphate in programmed cell death Tarek A. Taha, Thomas D. Mullen, and Lina M. Obeid Division of General Internal Medicine, Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Administration Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina 29401; and Department of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina 29425 Corresponding author: Lina M. Obeid, M.D., Department of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, 114 Doughty St., P.O.Box 250779, Charleston, South Carolina 29425. E-mail: email@example.com
Cannabis Oil Cured My Skin Cancer
When his cancer came back for a fifth time, Michael McShane was desperate for treatment outside of traditional medicine.
The last time squamous cell carcinoma left lumpy tumors around his mouth, doctors cut it away and reconstructed his bottom lip by turning out a portion of its inner layer.
As a qualifying medical marijuana patient, he tried “Simpson oil” derived from cannabis plants by a Canadian named Rick Simpson. McShane bought some from an Oak Park dispensary that has since closed and puts a few drops every day on his face. Over the course of about 10 weeks, the tumors faded and then seemed to disappear.
His dermatologist, Ali Moiin, M.D., has said McShane isn’t cured but his cancer cells have decreased by about 60 percent.
“You still have some residual ones, but the size has definitely decreased,” Dr. Moiin told a WWJ reporter in late August, adding he thinks the results merit further scientific study.
Moiin didn’t return phone calls for an interview for this story. He isn’t the doctor who signed the physician certification form for McShane’s marijuana user card. McShane has another qualifying medical problem.
In all, since the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program started in April 2009, 2,215 of the state’s licensed physicians have certified a patient as eligible for a user card. The certification means that the patient suffers from one of the debilitating conditions identified in the act, and that the patient may find therapeutic and palliative relief from the medical use of marijuana. A total of 105,458 patient registry cards have been issued in that time period.
An estimated 55 doctors signed 70 percent of the certification forms, according to one review; most of the others aren’t talking about it publicly.
“I imagine it is a fairly sensitive issue because it is politically charged,” said Colin Ford, director of state and federal government relations for the Michigan State Medical Society.
Physicians are cautious because patient privacy is important, he said.
Privacy isn’t as important to McShane as sharing what he considers his latest triumph over cancer without surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, reconstructive surgery and their side effects.
“The marijuana oil replaced all that and reduced the cancer to almost nothing,” he said. “My forehead and mouth were in bad shape in the spring. All of a sudden one morning it was there — a callous-like growth the size of a half dollar on my forehead. Skin cancer is my regular nemesis.”
McShane is one of a growing number of people extolling the healing properties of Simpson oil for everything from cancer, AIDS, Crohn’s disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, and diabetes to psoriasis, hemorrhoids and warts. They call it a “forbidden cure,” saying the oil that can be used topically or ingested isn’t given enough credit because it would cut into medical and pharmaceutical profits.
“I’ve struggled with cancer for over 20 years and probably have spent over $1 million on conventional treatment,” McShane said, adding he was insured until his payments increased to $1,400 a month.
“I can’t believe what just wiping Simpson oil on my skin did for me. I spent a couple hundred dollars versus $100,000.”
McShane is one of 3,119 patients certified in the state through Aug. 31 for using medical marijuana to treat cancer and its side effects.
“Severe and chronic pain is the most common box checked as a medical condition,” said Celeste Clarkson, manager of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program, which is administered through the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
The number of medical marijuana patients certified by doctors for severe and chronic pain totaled 99,304 through the end of August, when the latest figures were tallied.
The second most common box checked is muscle spasms for 31,779 registered patients, followed by severe nausea for 13,617 patients and then cancer for 3,119 patients.
In all, the state act defines 14 chronic or debilitating diseases, medical conditions, and side effects from treatments that qualify, including glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Chrohn’s disease, agitation of Alzheimer’s disease, nail patella, Cachexia or wasting syndrome, and seizures.
The MMP has 21,000 applications pending. The staff was increased from three at the onset to 25 employees. They have 15 days to approve or deny an application and then five calendar days to issue the medical marijuana card. It is taking months for patients to get their cards.
“We’re inundated,” Clarkson said. “The volume of applications is constant. We average 400-600 a day. We’ve received as many as just shy of 2,000 in one day. That was in March. Right now we’re issuing registration cards for new applications received in May.”
‘Now this is a mom’
Christiana Offerman, 36, of Sterling Heights, is certified to use medical marijuana for severe and chronic pain. Fifteen years ago she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a disorder that causes widespread muscle and bone pain, fatigue and sleep and mood problems.
Offerman had been taking prescriptions of Vicodin as needed for pain, almost the highest dosage allowed of Neurontin for burning and stabbing pain, muscle relaxers, sleeping pills, and Ativan for the anxiety and depression caused by the stress of living with a painful incurable disorder.
The side effects of painkillers and muscle relaxers made it tough for the working mom to meet the needs of her two teenage children and respite care clients.
“I was lethargic and in bed, unable to respond,” Offerman said. “I was unbalanced, uncoordinated and very groggy. I wasn’t part of my kids’ lives.”
After she became a registered medical marijuana patient in late 2009, Offerman said she started using topical cannabis oil for nerve pains in her arm and burning pains in her back. She also smokes marijuana for “all-over body relief.” She said she has stopped taking five prescriptions, including Vicodin, Neurontin, Ativan and sleeping pills.
“It was relieving, liberating,” Offerman said. “I make dinner at dinner time. I go to school conferences, football games and dances. I’ve gotten to know my kids better. They are so happy. Now this is a mom.”
Offerman started outing herself as a medical marijuana patient in spring 2010 to educate the public.
“At first I didn’t tell people because I was ashamed,” she said. “My son is in marching band. I work for a health agency. There was a stigma, but contrary to popular opinions, we’re not all tie-dyed hippies who want to get high all day. We’re doctors, lawyers, moms and dads.”
Offerman said when people find out she uses medical marijuana they are curious and ask a lot of questions. Her employer has no problem with it.
“In their eyes, it’s not a drug; it’s a medical option,” she said. “As long as I have a card on file, it’s good with them. I have told my primary care physician, too. She couldn’t sign my paper work because she’s affiliated with a medical group, but she knows what prescription drugs I don’t need anymore and that I don’t get my blood drawn every six months anymore.”
Offerman and McShane said they are trying to change attitudes about medical marijuana one person at a time.
“I want to make it socially acceptable, something that warrants respect,” McShane said. “It’s here for a reason. God made it and we can turn it into something absolutely beautiful.”
Now that the dispensary where he got Simpson oil has closed, McShane is learning how to make it himself. He said he is a “conservative” caregiver for himself and four patients, keeping three plants in various growth stages so he can harvest some marijuana every couple weeks.
A caregiver can grow up to 12 plants for a qualifying patient and can assist up to five patients.
“I play by the rules,” McShane said. “I’m the caregiver model and I’m curing cancer on the side.”
Cured: A Cannabis Story – David Triplett ^^^ Translations available ^^^
Cured Too A Cancer Story A Film By David Triplett
“This is a documentary of how myself and others cured our cancers using an alternative and controversial treatment: cannabis oil. It’s a proven fact that CBD and THC, two of many components in cannabis, shrink tumors and cure cancer. This documentary shows my cancer being cured and explores the history and politics of cannabis and cancer. You will also see samples of many antique cannabis medicine bottles.” ~ Kuro Groves
Topamax. Depakote. Phenobarbital. The list goes on. Before Jayden David turned 5, he had tried a dozen powerful medications to tame a rare form of epilepsy. The side effects were devastating. “If he wasn’t sleeping, he was seizing,” said Jayden’s father, Jason David.
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There are a group of researchers around the world, that are very interested in the endocannabinoid system, interested in how that works, how it functions. Elger is one of those people. He and another PHD named Nichol wrote an article that appeared in Scientific America which I believe is entitled The Brains on Marijuana. We have discovered, we meaning scientists not me, at least two endocannabinoids, two different 21 carbon molecules that have receptor sites that can be stimulated by Cannabis. And Cannabis of course, has 66, at least 66 cannabinoids and those are 21 carbon molecules that may have different side chain and every time you have a different side chain you have a different substance. The endocannabinoid system was first characterized by Dr. Raphael Mechoulam who is an Israeli scientist. He isolated THC in 1964. He really is the grand ole man in terms of both research and clinical application of tincture of cannabis. In Israel they use Cannabis for treating PTSD, and has been used elsewhere, in Croatia its used to treat PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). He also developed a synthetic molecule, Dextro Cannabinal, which he tested to see if it had neuron sparing effects. There has been a lot of anecdotal evidence that Cannabis is useful in retarding the progress of Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. What Mechoulam was looking at was whether or not this Dextro Cannabinol would diminish brain damage from strokes or traumatic brain injury. And while the studies he has done so far have shown that it does, it is not at the .05 levels, so those changes might be due to chance. He has discovered or there have been discovered two naturally occurring Cannabinoids in human beings. One is called Anandamide and the other is called 2AG (shorthand for it). Mechoulam has postulated, he has guessed, that there may be as many as four, five or six more Cannabinoids in the human body that we are unaware of. We also know that there are at least two different kinds of receptors. One is called the CB1 receptors, which are located largely in the central nervous system and the other are the CB2 receptors which are located largely in the gut. Now, having those receptors in the gut is interesting because a study done by Dr Jefferey Hergenrather, in which Dr Todd Mikuriya and myself assisted him to a small extent, on Krones patients found that Krones patients who sought recommendations from physicians for the medical use of marijuana, that the cannabis allowed them to decrease their dose of steroids or eliminate their steroids, to decrease other medications specific to Krones disease, they had less abdominal pain, they had fewer watery stools, less frequency of bowel movements in other words, their quality of life was substantially improved. And what I think happened there is the problems with Krone disease in part are caused by excessively vigorous peristalsis, contractions of the smooth muscle of the GI tract, and the CB2 receptors when they are stimulated by cannabinoids, whether the cannabinoids come from inside the human body manufactured by us or whether they come from a pill made by a pharmaceutical company such as Marinol (Dronabinol) or whether they come from marijuana, you have this retrograde inhibition. It slows down the speed of neurotransmission. The bigger the peristaltic contraction is not as great, it is not as aggressive, as you will. The stool, the digesting food stays in the GI tract longer, the large bowel is their to de-water it so you will have fewer stools, better formed stools, you are going to have less vigorous contractions, so you are not going to decrease the blood supply to the muscles, you are going to have less pain. It is important as we start to look at this that we understand that things don’t work by magic. We have neurotransmitters, we have receptor sites, we are really at the dawn of understanding the neurochemistry regarding the endo cannabinoid system. I think we have really exciting things that we are going to see in the future.