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Curing With Cannabis Since 1843

Published medical study from 1843 about Cannabis extract oil for rheumatism, rabies (hydrophobia), cholera, tetanus, infantile convulsions and delirium tremens (alcohol withdrawal). "Provincial Medical Journal and Retrospect of the Medical Sciences" (London, February 1843) "The preceding cases constitute an abstract of my experience on this subject, and constitute the grounds of my belief that in hemp the profession has gained an anti-convulsive remedy of the greatest value. ... My object is to have it extensively and exactly tested without favour or prejudice, for the experience of four years has established the conviction in my mind, that we possess no remedy at all equal to this in anti-convulsive and anti-neuralgic power. London, January, 1843." 169 years later Cannabis is still one of the best anti-convulsive and pain-killing medicines known to medical science.

We are still waiting for it to be available in hospitals and covered in insurance policies. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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