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Marijuana Documentary Cannabis Research Studies 2014

Marijuana Documentary Cannabis Research Studies 2014

Marijuana Documentary Cannabis Research Studies 2014

“Research should continue into the physiological effects of synthetic and
plant-derived cannabinoids and the natural function of cannabinoids found
in the body.”
Institute of Medicine, 1999
“The question of whether marijuana has any legitimate medical purpose
should be determined by sound science and medicine.”
Asa Hutchinson, Former DEA Administrator, 2001
“The scientific community, the medical community in particular, is divided
on the real therapeutic effectiveness of marijuana. Some are quick to say
that opening the door to medical marijuana would be a step toward outright
legalization of the substance. But none of that should matter to physicians or scientists.
It is not a question of defending general public policy on
marijuana or even all illegal drugs. It is not a question of sending a symbolic
message about “drugs”. It is not a question of being afraid that young people
will use marijuana if it is approved as a medicine. The question, and the only
question, for physicians as professionals is whether, to what extent and in
what circumstances, marijuana serves a therapeutic purpose.”
Canadian Senate Special Committee On Illegal Drugs. Cannabis: Summary Report, 2002.
“Although the indications for some conditions (e.g., HIv
wasting and chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting) have been well documented,
less information is available about other potential medical uses. Additional
research is needed to clarify marijuana’s therapeutic properties and determine standard and optimal doses and routes of delivery.”
American College of Physicians, 2008
“The Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research is currently conducting
scientific studies to determine the efficacy of marijuana in treating various
ailments. Until that research is concluded, however, most of what the public
hears from marijuana activists is little more than a compilation of anecdotes.”
John Walters, Former Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2002

Source: Youtube, cmcr.ucsd.edu
Posted By The Health Cure, November 1 2014

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