The DEA is accepting comments on the rescheduling of Kratom into Schedule I until December 1st…The time to comment is NOW!

Due to be published in the “Federal Register” on August 31st, 2016 is the DEA’s “Intent to reschedule” the opioids mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine  These are the “ingredients” of the plant Kratom and they are placing it into schedule I using the “temporary scheduling provisions” of the Controlled Substances Act.  LINK     Speak now or …

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“Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to purposes and principles of the United Nations.” HOW THE UNITED NATIONS IS STEALING OUR “UNALIENABLE RIGHTS” TO GROW FOOD AND MEDICINE THROUGH THE U.N. CONVENTION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND AGENDA 21.

10/25/2015 Sheree Krider Because of the nature of the Beasts which we are dealing with in regards to the “War on Drugs” in general, but additionally because the Beasts are taking control of plants, food, medications and plant medicines worldwide at will, I feel it is imperative that we confront this issue now. WHILE READING …

All roads in Kentucky lead you through Hell

      Subtitle:  How to age quickly and retire early from a life of Activism in Cannabis – via the DEA Subtitle:  How to become a criminal vs. a patient in need of their medication…   May 7th, 2015   I really hate writing about myself.  I rarely do and when I do it …

Marijuana addiction drug research gets $3 million grant as Obama encourages legalization

By Kelly Riddell - The Washington Times - Thursday, June 25, 2015     The National Institutes of Health is dedicating $3 million to fast-track the development of drugs to treat marijuana addiction — an estimated 4.2 million Americans are hooked on cannabis — even as the president encourages its legalization and more states look …

Not feeling well? Perhaps you’re ‘marijuana deficient’

Scientists have begun speculating that the root cause of disease conditions such as migraines and irritable bowel syndrome may be endocannabinoid deficiency. Source: Alternet, 3.24.10 For several years I have postulated that marijuana is not, in the strict sense of the word, an intoxicant. As I wrote in the book Marijuana Is Safer: So Why …

Wall Street has literally "BOUGHT" your and your family’s health.

  ABOUT THE BOUGHT FILM: You're about to see how Wall Street has literally "BOUGHT" your and your family's health. The food, vaccine, drug, insurance and health industry are a multi-BILLION dollar enterprise... focused more on profits than human lives. The BOUGHT documentary takes viewers deep "inside the guts" of this despicable conspiracy... Featuring exclusive …

Medical marijuana company developing drug to protect NFL players’ brains

February 12, 2015 OCGreenRelief Health, Medical Marijuana, News With America in the midst of a pot revolution, companies are lining up to jump on the medical marijuana bandwagon. But 99 percent of them don’t have the exclusive license from the federal government to commercialize a medical marijuana patent currently held by the National Institutes of …

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto

A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years. Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, Massachusetts, last week, specifically cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the …

Please be aware that "Pertussis/Whooping Cough" is active in the SC KY area.

  (old pic, lol)   PUBLIC SERVICE COMMENT: Please be aware that "Pertussis/Whooping Cough" is active in the SC KY area. If you have symptoms of upper respiratory infection please contact your doctor right away. I have been diagnosed with this thru CDC as my Grandson has had it...I am sicker now than when I …

I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED "J" WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE:

I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED "J" WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE: HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ARTICLE ON THE BLOG   http://usmjparty.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/facebook-totally-screwed-with-a-bunch-of-people-in-the-name-of-science/ BELOW IS HIS REPLY TO IT: http://usmjparty.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/facebook-totally-screwed-with-a-bunch-of-people-in-the-name-of-science/#comments J 4h The State of Unclassified and Commercial Technology Capable of Some Electronic Mind Control Effects Eleanor White, …

Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E) has been illegally pouring toxic coal ash into the Ohio River,

Earthjustice Liked · May 29 · Edited   BRAZEN: For years, Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E) has been illegally pouring toxic coal ash into the Ohio River, unbeknownst to neighboring communities. Now thanks to a hidden camera and satellite imagery, the utility has been caught and faces a lawsuit from Earthjustice along with huge fines. …

Why the Obama Administration Will Not Admit that Fukushima Radiation is Poisoning Americans | Global Research

Why the Obama Administration Will Not Admit that Fukushima Radiation is Poisoning Americans | Global Research. We all know that the radiation from the stricken Fukushima plant has spread around the globe and is poisoning people worldwide. We all know that the West Coast of the United States is being polluted with radioactive debris and …

One night in 1839….

One night in 1839, a woman knocked at the door of a British Army doctor named William O'Shaughnessy who was stationed in India. The woman's infant was having seizures and needed help. The doctor tried several 19th-century remedies, including opium and leeches, but the convulsions grew worse over several days until the baby stopped eating …

RIA awarded five NIH grants totaling more than $6 million

UB's Research Institute on Addictions is located on Main Street in downtown Buffalo.   By SARA R. SALDI Published August 22, 2013 Share This Print “Given the current funding climate, only the most outstanding research projects are being funded.” Kenneth Leonard, director Research Institute on Addictions UB’s Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) recently was awarded …

Study says THC could play an important role in how we process negative emotions

Research suggests marijuana could play an important, beneficial role in how humans experience emotions and mood. By Kristen Gwynne August 21, 2013 3:48 PM ET It's no secret that marijuana can put a smile on many people's faces, but research suggests that the drug's positive effects go beyond just getting high. A 2012 study published …

I Went From Selling Drugs to Studying Them — And Found That Most of What We Assume About Drugs Is Wrong

A scientist with a rough past explains how he used his life experiences to blow the lid off modern drug research. June 19, 2013 |   This is the prologue to Columbia University researcher Dr. Carl Hart's explosive new book, " High Price: A Neuroscientist's Journal of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and …

From the Mayo Clinic: Cannabis/Marijuana

Marijuana (Cannabis sativa)   Evidence These uses have been tested in humans or animals. Safety and effectiveness have not always been proven. Some of these conditions are potentially serious, and should be evaluated by a qualified healthcare provider. Chronic pain Cannabinoids have been reported to reduce chronic pain associated with a variety of conditions. Cannabinoids …

US Supreme Court to Hear Myriad Genetics’ Gene Patentability Case

Dec 4, 2012 By: Patricia Van Arnum   Myriad Genetics, a molecular diagnostic company, reports that the US Supreme Court has granted certiorari agreeing to hear the case of The Association for Molecular Pathology, et al., v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., et al.(Docket No. 12-398). The Supreme Court will review an earlier decision by a federal …

Judge dismisses federal lawsuit over "forced catheterization"

Updated: 10:38 am | Published: 12:27 am Reported by: Jonelle Merrill Written by: Jonelle Merrill Video Images Judge dismisses lawsuit over forced catheterization Gavel (ABC 4 News) SANPETE COUNTY, (ABC 4 News) - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit involving a young man who believes his constitutional rights were violated when police forced a …

Use of antipsychotic drugs up sharply among poor children in Kentucky

Beth Musgrave Lexington Herald-Leader FRANKFORT — The amount of powerful antipsychotic drugs distributed to poor and disabled children on Medicaid in Kentucky jumped 270 percent from 2000 to 2010, according to a new report by researchers at the University of Kentucky. The largest growth was for minority children, who took medications to treat schizophrenia, bipolar …

Judge shuts down Christian health ministry in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A Christians-only health care ministry must cease operations in Kentucky unless it can get regulatory approval from the state Department of Insurance, a judge ruled Tuesday. The ruling by Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate means Medi-Share, a Florida-based cost-sharing ministry, can no longer accept money or help pay medical bills for …

Abuse-Proof OxyContin Pushes Addicts to Heroin and Other Opioids, Survey Finds

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In August 2010, the maker of the prescription painkiller OxyContin released an abuse-resistant formulation of the drug to deter addicts from crushing it and inhaling or injecting it. The new pill had a dramatic effect: OxyContin went from being the primary drug of abuse for 36% of prescription-drug misusers to just 13% about 21 months later, according to a letter published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).

Problem is, this didn’t mean that drug users quit when they stopped getting high on OxyContin. Instead, they simply switched drugs. As abuse of OxyContin (oxycodone) fell, other opioids moved in to fill the gap: drug users choosing high-potency fentanyl and hydromorphone rose from 20% to 32%, according to the NEJM survey. When asked about the drugs used to “get high in the past 30 days at least once,” OxyContin fell from 47% of respondents to 30%, while…

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Autism and Cannabis

U.S. Government Destroying History: Why We Must Save Cannabis Plant Genetics From Extinction

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Strains such as Kush have been made notorious through songs and celebrities professing their love for the strain.  Those that have experienced Kush know why it is so famous.  From Tahoe OG Kush to Afghan Kush the high is memorable.  Cannabis is not a new plant created in a lab but rather has been used for centuries as medicine, religious herb and for recreation.  Research proves more every day how vital plant genetics are in finding the right compounds to combat illnesses and find cures.  Genetics is something that isn’t often thought of when discussing the War on Drugs but it has definitely been affected by it.

Some cannabis genetics are thought to have come from Providences in China and spread throughout the Silk Road while others originate in the Middle East.  There of course was the large movement through the 60s and 70s that helped spread and create new…

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Do you remember the Autistic boy inside the bag?

Do you remember the Autistic boy inside the bag? If you do, you'll be nauseated by what you're about to hear. Andre McCollins, a teenager with a disability, was asked to take off his jacket by staff at the Judge Rotenberg Center. When he refused, staff electric shocked him and he tried to hide under …

Beshear Signs Synthetic Drug Bill

Posted: May 31, 2012 3:32 PM Saying the law would help Kentucky stay one step ahead of backyard chemists who constantly change the formulas of banned drugs to keep them legal, Governor Steve Beshear on Wednesday ceremonially signed House Bill 481, which bans whole classes of synthetic drugs. The new law, which was passed by …

The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition

Key Facts: The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 18, 2012Public Information: 202-712-4810www.usaid.gov The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition is a commitment by G-8 nations, African countries and private sector partners to lift 50 million people out of poverty over the next 10 years through inclusive and sustained agricultural …

First of controversial bird flu papers published

  CBS/AP) Controversial bird flu research is now one step closer to being public. One of the two papers on bird flu is being published, with the approval of the U.S. government. Gov't wants bird flu research kept under wraps, away from terrorists Bird flu self-defense: 7 key questions answered Four months ago, the government …