The cannabis health debate is over

Raphael Mechoulam cannabis Israel

After spending a few days at this years medical marijuana conference in the Czech Republic, it was clear that science has finally proven the health benefits of the plant. Today we see American and European governments struggle to reform their outdated laws and practices. Caging people for using cannabis, is itself a crime. No matter what the government believes, you cannot under natural law make something that promotes health, illegal. That is why praguepot was established. We want to promote the responsible growth and use of the plant. The video below tells the beautiful story of Raphael Mechoulam

Without his science, we would still have to rely on the prohibitionists lies and propaganda. He is a hero to the movement and a credit to his country’s scientific tradition.


  • This is a great video! Before I watched this video, “The Scientist”, I had never heard of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). I also agree that it would be nice to have a strain that was grown specifically to work with our own individual bodies.

    Anandamide. 🙂 It’s interesting that Anandamide plays a role in the regulation of feeding behavior. I have a rare genetic condition called, Nail-Patella Syndrome (NPS). Most all of the people with this genetic condition, have eating disorders (no appetite and feeling full very quickly) and problems gaining weight (even after trying specific diets and weight-gain shakes). There are plenty of other problems related to NPS, but the appetite and nausea problems seem to make everything worse.

    I would love to have a single strain that could make me hungry (and without the full-belly feeling), help with pain relief, chronic nausea and anxiety issues, and all without making me sleepy.

    It would be interesting to know if different personalities really do require certain strains to receive all the benefits of this natural medicine.

    Thank you for sharing this.

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  • artificialintelligenz

    Reblogged this on Transhumanism.