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Crazy A Phoenix Tears Story (sneak peek with intro)

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This is a small part of a documentary film I’m creating about some people here in Eastern Canada, their belief in Hemp Oil as a herbal remedy to many physical illness’, and the trials they’ve had to face because of it. For more on Rick Simpson and hemp oil, please make sure to watch RUN FROM THE CURE. This film explains Ricks discovery of the healing value of hemp and how to make the oil yourself.…

If you have questions regarding the film, or if you have means to help, you can talk to me in person through:
*All proceeds will go towards the production of this film and others like it. It’s a damn good cause.

Hemp Oil Used To Cure Diabetes (worth a watch)

…another video given by a very good friend.

Bill Rosendahl My Cancer is in Remission

”Los Angeles City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl announced today the news he received from his oncologist, Dr Melani Shaum, that his cancer is officially in remission.

In this video on his YouTube channel, Rosendahl says he credits the love and healing support from family, friends and constituents in his efforts to beat cancer.

He also credits his doctor’s advice to forgo toxic pain relieving medicine and instead use medical marijuana.

“We’re going to continue to make this world a better place,” said Rosendahl from his desk at City Hall. “I have the strength to go forward and do it again.”

There is a cure for Cancer

I am alive because of phoenix tears oil there is a cure


“Smoke Free, Buzz Free Cannabis products have changed Vaughn’s Life. Non Psychoactive Medical Marijuana doesn’t get her high, it made her healthy. Vaughn has a seizure like condition that has enslaved her for four years… now she is free to live the life that she could only imagine.”

Charlotte’s Web and Zaki’s Journey

The incredible stories of two pediatric cannabis patients which will revolutionize the way that the world views the cannabis plant.


Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress: Robert Melamede, PhD

In Warwick, Rhode Island, after the Sixth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics, hosted by Patients Out of Time, CPN interviewed Robert Melamede, PhD, professor of biology at UC, Colorado Springs.
Dr. Melamede speaks passionately about Veterans and post traumatic stress, how cannabis works for chronic pain for them and other patients, and how knowledge is patient empowerment.
More from this interview session, when Dr. Melamede talks about Cannabis Science, Inc (of which he is CEO) and it’s phytocannabinoid (plant-based) medicines under development..

Mr. Rosenfeld from Patients Out of Time testifies before the State of Michigan Committee on Government Operation…

Glioma Patient Benefits from Medical Cannabis

Uploaded on Nov 21, 2010

An interview with a mixed glioma patient who became a longterm survivor after using medical marijuana to treat his seizures.

‘Vitamin Weed’: How Everyone Can Benefit From Daily Cannabis Oil

“Cannabis is the key to unlocking preventative medicine,” says neuroscientist Dr. Michelle Ross. “It helps protect your DNA from damage so it can actually slow down the aging process… I think everyone should use cannabis oil, you should learn about it, you shouldn’t be afraid.”

In this short clip from the ‘Reset with Amber Lyon’ podcast, neuroscientist Dr. Michele Ross explains why she believes everyone can benefit from daily use of cannabis oil, or ‘vitamin weed’ as she calls it. Dr. Ross is a former drug researcher for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, turned medical marijuana advocate.

To learn more about natural medicines and therapies please visit

Medical Marijuana Helps Retired Nurse Maintain a Healthier Quality of Life

In this video shot at Willow Creek Springs, medical marijuana patient and retired nurse Kathie Zamanjahromi, Kathie Z for short, remembers how some of the children she cared for when she was a nurse could’ve benefited from cannabinoid therapeutics. 

A medical marijuana patient herself, Kathie explains how medical cannabis helps her maintain a quality of life she hasn’t experienced in a very long time and attributes her improvements to her daily dose of medical cannabis.

Kathie volunteers for The Human Solution and can be found at Willow Creek Springs, a nursery in Perris, California where many healing herbs can be found.
Transcript to follow:
I’m, Kathy Zamageromie, they call me Kathy Z for short. I am a retired pediatric oncology hemoc nurse. I also took care of many other children. I’m now able too meet some of these people that I have cared for in the medical marijuana community and to be able to help them use this medicine to improve their quality of life today. And some of the things this medicine is helping are things are things the medicine that I gave at that time was a side effect of it. Like the spasticity, or the different side effects of the AIDS medication, or the cancer treatments. Now I can look back and say this medicine would have been so helpful all those years for the children. The government has these laws that are completely foreign, that are not even based on truth. How can we enforce a law that is built on falsehood? I originally used medical cannabis by smoking it. With the osteoarthritis I have, and the different ruptured disks, and other painful conditions that I have, the smoke completely take away the pain, but it would help some. But I was still taking large doses of Norco, and that ended up I was on anti-depressants and sleeping pills. It wasn’t until I got started eating edibles that I realized I could maintain my level most of the time. But what I found with edibles, was that I had to consume too much during a days period, and I couldn’t eat that much. So then the next step for me came with the tincture. And that has been able, because it is a concentrated form I use the tincture in glycerin because alcohol bothers my system, I can use that under my tongue or I can use it in food. Or some times it can even be used to cook. I sometimes use the vaporizer as well, and sometimes Rick Simpsons Hemp Oil. And I use a balancing between the different medications so that I can keep as pain free as I can. I’ve been able with a combination of medications; I have been able cut down on the use of Tylenol with Codeine. During the summer, I had a three-week period that I took none and it was wonderful. This winter I have had more trouble with this left hip, and I have had to start taking some of the Tylenol with Codeine again. I haven’t been having to take more than about 2 a day, which is so much different than when this hip gave me trouble 10 years ago. I took on an average day 4 to 6 Norco’s and even with the edibles I still had to take two. So the fact now that I could go for a three-week period and take none is remarkable. My mobility is up. I’m down 200 pounds from 2003. The last 50 pounds have come off in the last year. I find that when I keep my cannabis level up, I don’t crave carbohydrates like I used to. I found that I am eating more fruits and vegetables, and I am so much healthier than I was 7 years ago. They had told me in 2003 that I had about 6 months to live, my son was 13, and I knew I needed to get better. So now I have my life back.

Catrina Coleman Cancels Surgery Thanks to Cannabis

Catina Coleman talks about her health prior to becoming a medical cannabis patient and how her diabetes is under control now that she has turned a new leaf. 

Catina lives in Southern California and now volunteers with The Human Solution and has become an advocate for medical cannabis.
Transcript to follow:
I am type 2 diabetic and I was a lot heavier as I am now. About eighty pounds heavier, and I was on oral medication as well as insulin. I was planning on getting stomach stapling, and I had gone trough months and months of going through all of these things they wanted me to do in order to get ready for the surgery, be prepared for it, all these tests I had to take, and instead of having the surgery, the friend that introduced me to cannabis, talked me out of getting the surgery. And said ” you can do it, you can go to the gym, you can do it the right way, the old fashioned way. Just give it a try, and if it doesn’t work, there is always the surgery”. And he was right. I did it, and I did it with cannabis. I did it with going to the gym, yeah, and eating right, yeah. But I didn’t have the courage, I didn’t have the energy, and people are always really surprised to hear that I got high and had energy. They think that you get high and you’re just sitting around and doing nothing, and it’s the complete opposite, because they’re Sativa’s, and Sativa’s are wonderful, they’ve saved my life. And they gave me what I needed to get to the gym. And so, I went the gym, and I went every day and I lost over eighty pounds. Oh! I was scheduled to have the surgery on a Monday morning and I canceled Friday night, and I went to the gym Monday morning instead, and I never picked up cigarettes again either.

Veteran Michael Krawitz Explains How Medical Marijuana Helps Him Live

Michael Krawitz is a 49-year-old resident of Elliston, Virginia, who suffered an automobile accident in 1984 while serving in the United States Air Force.

Mr. Krawitz has been rated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) as being totally and permanently disabled. Mr. Krawitz uses marijuana to treat chronic pain and trauma associated with his accident.

He also use marijuana to treat central serous retinopathy. However, because of Mr. Krawitz’s medical marijuana use, he has been denied pain treatment by the VA.

Wendy Chapkis Talks About Patients Who Are Dying to Get High

Wendy Chapkis, co-author of Dying to Get High, Professor of Sociology, and Director of Women & Gender Studies the University of Southern Maine explains how she has seen the relief in patient’s eyes when they talk about how medical marijuana helps them experience a better quality of life. 

Depending on the condition, it may be for only twenty minutes, but sometimes it’s for the next 20 years!

Helping Jenny – a story about medical marijuana and compassion

Jenny Read is one of only 10 people in the world who suffers the rare neurological disease called mitochondrial cytopathy leukodystrophy. The disease causes her great pain, tremors and nausea, and caregiver and friend Becca Hollandsworth has tailored medical marijuana remedies that give her much-needed relief. This video tells their story, including information about an upcoming fundraiser to get Jenny to doctors who may be able to help’/

Dr. Tod & Medical Marijuana – Part 22

Harm Reduction Substitute: Stopping the Cycle of Addiction. Tod believed that Cannabis could be used to help cure people of alcoholism by using it as a substitute for alcohol, stopping the cycle of abuse and withdrawal that comes from drinking then being hung over.

AIDS Patient Turns to Medical Marijuana for Relief

Recently reaching his 24th year living with HIV, Henry has relied on medical cannabis to help him throughout the years dealing with a variety of conditions, including side-effects from other medications. He has been able to reduce his dependency on pharmaceutical pills and gets his daily dose of marijuana in tincture form, as well as smoking the plant. Henry has also been able to put the weight he had lost from waisting syndrome back on, and now has a properly fitting prosthetic leg because of the increase in his body size, making it easier for him to walk again. Transcription to follow:
I’m Henry J Sizluski Jr., I have AIDS for 3 years now, I’ve had HIV for 20 almost 24 through the use of cannabis I’ve reduced the amount of scripts I have to take from 13 to 6 in a year. I have not had to use a cane on a regular basis anymore. My neuropathy is improved to the point it is not only tolerable but more than tolerable. I have not had to take pain medication that leaves me dazed and confused. Honestly that makes it harder to walk cause I’m dizzy. I have high blood pressure, Herpes, the medications I take for that cause problems. Degenerative disk disease is one of them. I don’t have to take pain medication for that anymore, thanks to cannabis infused tincture. I have had a req for a year; I have actually been smoking it with the intent and knowledge that I would help medically for ten years, ten years. We did not have an option to smoke cannabis legally in Ohio. That is why I moved. Not taking 4 phyc meds anymore. I take one. Those have side effects too, that I don’t have to deal with, I don’t want to. I went from 189 pounds to 114 pounds in three months. Lost so much weight, I couldn’t walk, couldn’t get to the bathroom in time because my prosthetic didn’t fit. I started smoking more marijuana, I’m eating more, I started to put weight on. I got up to 145 pounds and felt fat. That is big, not big, not 189 but better than 114. I looked like walking death and really felt like it. It has changed my life for he better.

Medical Marijuana Patient Clayton Holton Tells His Story Tell your story, it will help someone else, it will help educate another person. The voices of Americans need to become much louder and tell our politicians to end prohibition.
Muscular Dystrophy, a debilitating disease claims most of its victims by age 16. Clayton is 23, he is gaining weight not loosing it. He is fighting.

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