Joe Canzoneri, from Magalia is a complete fraud, he is dishonorable and dishonest, and his spreading of lies and propaganda make apparent his representation of the pharmaceutical drug industry.
"Should it come to anyone's surprise that there are all kinds of medications, both in over the counter and prescription, which will cure or relieve any conceivable ailment?" Joe Canzoneri, from Magalia.
This is entirely false!!! No over the counter or prescription pharmaceutical drug cures any ailment/illness, over the counter and prescription pharmaceuticals merely attempt to mask the symptoms of the ailment/illness, and fail to address or deal with and treat the actual cause of the ailment/illness. Beware over the counter and prescription pharmaceutical drugs are dangerous, toxic, and harmful, causing damage to the liver, kidneys, lymph nodes, and skin (the body's filtering organs). In most cases the side effects from the over the counter and prescription pharmaceutical drugs are worse than the symptoms of the ailment that these drugs are attempting to address or deal with.
Natural herbs/medicines stimulate the body's natural ability to heal itself. Marijuana is a natural herb, and a medicine when used properly. The purpose of marijuana is the grounding and rooting of oneself, to be able to focus on reality, as well as have creative inspiration and communication. Clairvoyantly the plant is blue and red, mental and physical, calming yet energizing. Marijuana closes the crown chakra and spiritual cord (so if a person were feeling spacey and not able to focus, marijuana helps root/ground the physical body, helping one to come down from the clouds), while opening the throat, sex, and basic (or root) chakras, allowing for a rooted, grounded, uninhibited, and creative energy and state of being. The side effects of this are the numbing sensation and the effective treatment of ailments including glaucoma, migraines, depression, anxiety, nausea, stress related issues, back pain, etc...
Marijuana should be reclassified into the position of a schedule 4-5 controlled substance or even moved into the same classification as alcohol and tobacco presently are. If production of quality mass product for legal distribution occurs, I would support including marijuana into subtitle E of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, amended to include marijuana.