Plants for Soul

“If cannabis were discovered in the Amazon rainforest today,
people would be clambering to make as much use
as they could of all of the potential benefits of the plant.
Unfortunately, it carries with it a long history
of being a persecuted plant.”
Dr. Donald Abrams
Chief of Hematology Oncology
at San Francisco General Hospital

plant of cannabis
Cannabis is not a drug . Cannabis is a plant. Cannabis is not psychoactive . It is pinealo-active as it activates the pineal gland.


The pineal gland is the center for receiving the rays of sunlight, which once received are shot in different directions of the body.

Also, it is the receiver of crown energy, which holds an incredible amount of information about your past, who you are as a soul, your future, your evolution – and the entire history of the universe. Everything is stored within your higher self in the universal consciousness.

It would be impossible to receive all of this information at all once, so the pineal gland functions like a coordination radio tower, receiving the strongest rays coming through from all light sources – higher self light, sunlight, moon light and star light – and has the ability to decode the information which is stored within these light frequencies.

The influence is a magnetic influence; it is not an electrical light, but gravitational energy. Light and magnetism are one and the same.

The earth is magnetized by the sun; all the local creation on this planet is attuned to the magnetic field of Mother Earth, who is attuned to the magnetic field of the sun, which is attuned to the magnetic field of other star systems within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is attuned to other light networks within the universe, and so it is all one system.

Every cell carries the same code of DNA, and by attuning to the light frequencies and the information within these frequencies, we are able to rewire our DNA.

An example to illustrate this relationship is a large corporation: The people on the floor only have so much information. When they encounter a problem, they will turn to the branch management where the level of information is slightly higher. If the branch management doesn’t know the answer, they will go to the regional managers, and if they don’t know the answer, they will go to the CEO, and so on.

This hierarchical structure illustrates how our local solar system – the sun – is connected with other high vibrational light bodies within the universe.

And it is our closest most tangible and immediate resource for recoding our DNA.
The macro level contains our planet, the universe, the galaxies and all the different star systems.
On the micro level, the way this structure plays out in you is this: Your pineal is your local receiver of sunlight, and it disperses this light within your body.
On a deeper level, each cell within your physical network has its own sun, which is the nucleus.
And similarly, as the sun is magnetizing all beings within its rays, the pineal gland acts like the super sun for the body and magnetizes every cell within the physical system. It coordinates the light within the body.

The system within the body that carries the light looks like a wire that travels through each cell of your body. It is a coil, a spiraling wire that is a conduit for light.

That wire we have known to call our DNA.

By tuning into the pineal gland we enhance its abilities to receive light, and by receiving light we increase its magnetic powers and thus it is activating and magnetizing every nucleus and cell within your entire system. Thus, through pineal focus and sun gazing, you take charge of your own brainpower and make it your best ally.

You gain direct access to the center in your brain that receives cosmic data straight from the source, eliminating all traces of confusion.

An Essential Vegetable

“It [cannabis] has captured these molecules that help our bodies regulatory system be more effective.

The bottom line is it’s a dietary essential that helps all 210 cell types function more effectively. I don’t even refer to it as medicine anymore, strictly as a dietary essential.”
Dr. William L. Courtney
It may be a stretch for some to recognize raw cannabis as the next in-demand superfood, but Dr. William L. Courtney, a physician with extensive medical training who specializes in the dietary uses of cannabis, presents a provocative case.

When you heat or age cannabis, Dr. Courtney believes that you lose 99% of the benefit cannabis provides.

In contrast, if you consume it raw, you’ll reap the full value of the plant. Plus, raw cannabis is non-psychoactive, so you won’t experience a high – an important point for those who would like to utilize the healing aspects of cannabis without feeling drugged or off-center.

This means you can also consume a much higher amount of health-promoting compounds with raw cannabis juice compared to if it was smoked or extracted as an oil, according to Dr. Courtney.
Terpenes, essential oils found in cannabis which give the plant its unique aroma, are particularly compelling.

A study (Taming THC – Potential Cannabis Synergy and Phytocannabinoidterpenoid Entourage Effects) published in the British Journal of Pharmacology states that terpenoids are,
“pharmacologically versatile: they are lipophilic, interact with cell membranes, neuronal and muscle ion channels, neurotransmitter receptors, G-protein coupled (odorant) receptors, second messenger systems and enzymes.”
The researchers explored the powerful effect terpenes exert in animal tests.
Limonene was found to increase serotonin in the prefrontal cortex and dopamine in the hippocampus region of the brain – both of which help fend-off depression and feelings of stress.

Moreover, limonene induces apoptosis (cell death) of breast cancer cells and demonstrated exceptional radical scavenging properties. It’s also remarkably bio-available, rapidly metabolized and is highly non-toxic and non-sensitizing.

Myrcene is anti-inflammatory and an effective sleep aid, while pinene acts as a bronchodilator and broad spectrum antibiotic – including the destruction of lethal MRSA bacteria.

Pinene also curbs inflammation. Linalool is a sedative and anticonvulsant.

Caryophyllene is antimalarial, anti-inflammatory and useful in treating duodenal ulcers.

Nerolidol inhibits fungal growth and protozoal parasites.

Phytol increases GABA expression, resulting in a calming effect.
These are just a handful of the 200 varieties of terpenes found in cannabis.
List of what they call psychoactive plants.

The Hypocrite Internet Authority Point of view of what is the Impact of Cannabis Disinformation

Cannabis disinformation has existed for decades. This can lead people to not know what to believe, because they do not know what is fact and what is a myth.

One of the first forms of cannabis disinformation were scare-tactics. A well-known example was a movie called “Reefer Madness” that was released in the late 1930s. The film attempted to convince individuals that smoking marijuana would cause people to commit serious crimes, and could result in permanent insanity.

Although many people did not fall for these scare-tactics, disinformation has taken the opposite approach in recent years. While it continues to be illegal under federal laws, Washington DC and four individual states currently allow it for recreational use. News sources have shown one of these states already regrets this decision.

In Colorado, between 25 percent and 40 percent of DUI arrests involved individuals who were under the influence of no other drug but marijuana. In nationwide rankings, Colorado is fourth in marijuana use amongst teenagers. Marijuana accounted for a huge increase in student suspensions. There have also been large increases in hospitalizations and emergency room visits due to marijuana use. marijuana pseudo-overdose jpg

In addition to legalization, there is false information about the complete safety of this drug. When older people, especially, take this approach, more and more young people believe it is safe to use it. While marijuana use is reaching younger and younger children, another concern is its impact on teenage drivers. One poll shows that of teenage drivers, one in five has driven under the influence. Approximately 33 percent stated they believed their ability to drive was not affected by being high on pot.

With safety disinformation, young people often do not realize the long-term effects it can have on their brains and bodies. While an adolescent’s body is not fully developed, neither is his brain. This puts teenage users at a higher risk of health problems and psychological problems.

Teens who smoke regularly lose IQ points and cognitive abilities. These effects cannot be reversed, even if they stop using the drug. Teens are also at a greater risk of suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and depression.

One example is the claim that marijuana is not addictive. First, we can look at the wide range of recovery programs, rehab programs, and treatment programs that are specifically geared to marijuana users. If this drug were not addictive, there would not be so many people attempting to recover from their addictions.

Second, there are many individuals who have smoked marijuana for decades. It is easy to find large numbers of Baby Boomers and Senior Citizens who began smoking when they were young, and never stopped. Despite all the evidence, they insist they are not addicted, and that cannabis is not an addictive substance at all.

Another common theme is cannabis is healthy and safe because it is natural. Scientific studies have found it contains 483 chemical compounds. Some of these compounds are carcinogenic. Benzapyrene and tar can be found at the same, or even higher, levels as found in tobacco smoke. There is also a much higher level of ammonia in marijuana smoke than in tobacco smoke. mouth cancer by marijuana ?

Regular marijuana use affects the lungs. It can affect the heart rate, and increase the risk of a heart attack. Many individuals experience mental health problems, lack of motivation, and social problems. Babies born to mothers who smoke during pregnancy have an higher risk of behavioral problems and brain problems.

In recent years, cannabis has been approached as the ideal solution to a variety of health and medical problems. Some states in the U.S. have made it legal for medicinal purposes. However, most have not addressed issues such as how accessible it is to individuals without medical conditions, or how these new laws may affect people who drive under the influence.

One notable exception is Iowa. Iowa allows Cannabidiol for certain medical conditions, and when recommended by a medical specialist. An important difference between Cannabidiol and cannabis is the former does not contain any psychoactivedisinformation schocking image properties.

As cannabis disinformation continues to spread, there are many individuals who want it to be completely legal, without any restrictions. You are likely to find many who claim it should be legal for medical purposes actually have the goal of legalization for recreational purposes.

Most people today are aware that “Reefer Madness” was a scare-tactic. Marijuana use does not necessarily mean a person will commit serious crimes or go insane. It does not mean a person who smokes marijuana will definitely proceed on to harder drugs. cannabis effects on brain ? jpg

However, disinformation has gone too far in the opposite direction. It is not harmless, and it is not as natural as many are led to believe. A person who starts smoking should reasonably expect to experience problems. His health, or his life in general, will be affected.