When We Grow This Is What We Can Do (2011) [cannabis marijuana]

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When We Grow This Is What We Can Do (2011) [cannabis marijuana]

When we grow is a documentary about cannabis in the UK. It looks at the history of the plant, the facts, its many uses and the laws and politics surrounding it.

Follow two young filmmakers on a shoe string budget, as they try to unravel what prohibition of cannabis really means, who it affects, who profits from it and why it was prohibited in the first place.

Featuring interviews with; a cannabis activist, a hydroponic grow shop owner, a cannabis dealer, a professor of neuro-psycho-pharmacology, who just so happens to be a former government drugs policy advisor and a medical marijuana user who would rather die than live without it.

When We Grow is a documentary about cannabis in the UK. It looks at the history of the plant, the facts, it's many uses and the laws and politics surrounding it.

A film by Seth Finegold and presented by Luke Bailey.

video specs: duration 49m 39s, H.264, 1,280 x 720, AAC, 44100 Hz, Stereo (L R)

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comment: If greedy pharmaceutical corporations could patent cannabis then it would be legal. The law against cannabis is a tool to get rid of a non patentable competition. If cannabis didn't work then they'd leave it alone. And then pot symbolizes a lifestyle that goes against the mainstream fascist way of life in western society (greed for money, wars of aggression, police state, surveillance state, mind controlled servile public, yes-man attitude, materialist thinking, unspiritual lifestyle, uptight mindset). The FDA is to drugs what the FED is to money - elite teams of white collar con artists.

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.

From AlterNet, by Paul Armentano

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 Are We Driving People to Drink? (Chelsea Green, 2009), the word ‘intoxicant’ is derived from the Latin noun toxicum (poison). It’s an appropriate term for alcohol, as ethanol (the psychoactive ingredient in booze) in moderate to high doses is toxic (read: poisonous) to healthy cells and organs.

Of course, booze is hardly the only commonly ingested intoxicant. Take the over-the-counter painkiller acetaminophen (Tylenol). According to the Merck online medical library, acetaminophen poisoning and overdose is “common,” and can result in gastroenteritis (inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract) “within hours” and hepatotoxicity (liver damage) “within one to three days after ingestion.” In fact, less than one year ago the U.S. Food and Drug Administration called for tougher standards and warnings governing the drug’s use because “recent studies indicate that unintentional and intentional overdoses leading to severe hepatotoxicity continue to occur.”

By contrast, the therapeutically active components in marijuana — the cannabinoids — appear to be remarkably non-toxic to healthy cells and organs. This notable lack of toxicity is arguably because cannabinoids mimic compounds our bodies naturally produce — so-called endocannabinoids — that are pivotal for maintaining proper health and homeostasis.

In fact, in recent years scientists have discovered that the production of endocannabinoids (and their interaction with the cannabinoid receptors located throughout the body) play a key role in the regulation of proper appetite, anxiety control, blood pressure, bone mass, reproduction, and motor coordination, among other biological functions.

Just how important is this system in maintaining our health? Here’s a clue: In studies of mice genetically bred to lack a proper endocannabinoid system the most common result is premature death.

Armed with these findings, a handful of scientists have speculated that the root cause of certain disease conditions — including migraine, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and other functional conditions alleviated by clinical cannabis — may be an underlying endocannabinoid deficiency.

Now, much to my pleasant surprise, Fox News Health columnist Chris Kilham has weighed in on this important theory.

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Only D/l'd the actual doco but great quality and interesting, thx