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GrannysList-Jan2011

GrannysList-Jan2011

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Granny Storm Crow's MMJ Reference List- January 2011
This is my third year of sharing "Granny's list" with all of you. Last year, I told you"How this list came about." This year, it's "Why you should be sharing my list!"From 60 pages, a symbolic celebration of my then 60 years on Earth, my list has grownto an equally symbolic 420 pages of links, in hopeful anticipation of the dawning of medical freedom in other states.My "Granny's list" contains 100s of studies about cannabis and how can heal- all done inan environment of "strong discouragement" on the part of the US government. How largemy collection would be if research into this healing herb had been unrestricted? Whatwould we know if we could have researched during those 70- odd years of prohibition?As a medicine, cannabis is potentially invaluable- this collection is ample proof of that!From stopping hiccups, to halting breast cancer's terrible spread, cannabis works! Butthere are still too many "may"s and "might"s when it comes to cannabis. We need moreresearch, which will not, and cannot, happen until cannabis is legalized and rescheduled.When I began using cannabis medically over 40 years ago, there was no such thing as"medical use"- not even the concept existed! Education has made the difference.Somewhere along the line, every one of the people who have voted to legalize medicaluse in their state, learned that cannabis was an effective medicine, perhaps from arelative's use, or from a program they saw, or a study they read. They learned the truth.In a Canadian survey of doctors, a majority admitted that most of what they knew aboutcannabis came from their patients! They had learned only the "government line" inmedical school. That was in Canada, where medical use is federally legal! So how muchdoes your doctor really know about cannabis? My list gives you a way to educate him.And you shouldn't stop with your doctor. Local city councilmen and commissioners havethe power to ban dispensaries through local ordinances. It is easier to educate them beforeit's an issue. They need the medical facts about cannabis to make logical decisions!We all know someone who has diabetes, fibro, cancer or MS. They shouldn't have tosuffer, physically, financially, or legally, for using a safer-than-aspirin herbal medicine.One they could easily grow if sane cannabis laws were in place. Home-grown cannabis ischeaper and works faster than any pill and the side effects are far more pleasant.Cannabis, with its remarkable safety record, should be the first medicine tried, not be themedicine of last resort! It is only by educating others, that we can bring cannabis back into mainstream medicine where it belongs. Please share the facts about cannabis withthose around you, and back them up with medical studies from my list.The simple truth is "Cannabis heals". And as my wise old grandfather once said,
"If the truth won't do, then something is wrong!"
 
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Granny Storm Crow's MMJ Reference List - January 2011
It Is Time for Marijuana to Be Reclassified as Something Other Than a Schedule I Drug!(2005)
ACEA
- see ARACHIDONYL-2'-CHLOROETHYLAMIDE
ADD/ ADHD
ADHD by Ryan P (anecdotal - no date)
Marijuana and ADD Therapeutic uses of Medical Marijuana in the treatment of ADD (no date)
Recipe For Trouble (anecdotal/ news - 2002 )
Association between cannabinoid receptor gene (CNR1) and childhood attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder in Spanish male alcoholic patients (full - 2003)
Cannabinoids effective in animal model of hyperactivity disorder (abst - 2003)
Cannabis 'Scrips to Calm Kids? (news - 2004)
Fitness to drive in spite (because) of THC (abst - 2007)
Science: THC normalized impaired psychomotor performance and mood in apatient with hyperactivity disorder (news - 2007)
 
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Association of the Cannabinoid Receptor Gene (CNR1) With ADHD and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (full - 2008)
Cannabis Improves Symptoms of ADHD (full - 2008)
Cannabis use and adult ADHD symptoms. (abst - 2008)
Autism, ADD, ADHD and Marijuana Therapy (news - 2008)
Why I Give My 9-year-old Pot (anecdotal/news - 2009)
Why I Give My 9-Year-Old Pot, Part II (news/anecdotal - 2009)
ADDICTION RISK- PHYSICAL 
Women's Guide to the UofC (no date)
Cannabis Basics (no date)
10 Things Every Parent, Teenager & Teacher Should Know About Marijuana(4th Question) (no date)
Marijuana Myths, Claim No. 9 (no date)
Excerpt from the Merck Manual (excerpt - 1987)
Relative Addictiveness of Various Substances (full - 1990)
Anandamide, an Endogenous Cannabinoid, Has a Very Low PhysicalDependence Potential (full - 1998)
Dependency and Cannabis (full - 1999)

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