Magnesium and cannabinoids blend magnificently. I like to think of them as the “Batman and Robin” of the medical world. So sure, we can bring in superman (chlorine dioxide) and other superhero medicines like lipid-selenium, iodine, sulfur, and one of the world’s most extraordinary super essential medicines, bicarbonate.
Breathing retraining to slow our breathing rate is an immense help and goes with the Batman and Robin medicines because all three will affect the body, mind, and emotions. And that is the point of this essay, a medical approach that will affect us on multiple levels, for God knows we need it. When was the last time we had to be afraid of a nuclear war that our out-of-their-mind politicians seem to be leading us to? When were 5 billion people treated with experimental shots, treated like they were in the hands of mad Nazi doctors in concentration camps?
As the world spirals out of control, as insanity dominates, as medical terrorism has taken over social and mainstream media and politics, as the world of lies stretches noses to the moon, and as we are being attacked with genetic vaccines forcing many to witness the premature deaths of loved ones, we get stressed. Health goes down the toilet if we do not act proactively.
Pharmaceutical terrorism via COVID vaccines is destroying the integrity of our civilization and medical practice. Doctors can no longer be trusted. Trusting the wrong people is now more than ever a ticket to early death or long-term suffering. However, one can trust magnesium and marijuana will work if used correctly in the various available administration forms for stress in our body and being.
Magnesium is a potent mineral medicine. It is safe and fast-acting, as is marijuana. For stress, using both together will yield results greater than when using either alone. Magnesium is the lamp of life; without it, our nerves are toast! Cannabinoids tap into communication on cellular and intracellular levels orchestrating changes that most people find pleasant.
Magnesium is a medical miracle, and medical marijuana is one of the safest drugs, certainly safer than anything the pharmaceutical companies and doctors recommend. Our superhero medical team (cannabis and magnesium) will reduce suffering and pain. There is an incredible amount of research on magnesium for emotional disorders, including depression. Unfortunately, doctors are stupid when it comes to magnesium. They prefer to practice pharmaceutical terrorism or remain medical idiots. And governments are still not entirely quitting their rain of terror with their war on drugs though things are improving, at least in the United States.
Even a mild magnesium deficiency can cause increased sensitivity to noise, nervousness, irritability, mental depression, confusion, twitching, trembling, apprehension, and insomnia. Imagine being able to clear these symptoms without dangerous drugs! Magnesium is the premiere medicine for depression, sleep disturbances, emotionally disturbed behavior, and neurological diseases because of its strong positive effect in calming and nourishing the nervous system.
Medical marijuana is an excellent and safe medicine for pain, having killed no one, not a soul. Cannabis helps you deal with non-stop chronic pain and helps you function better throughout the day, increasing the quality of a patient’s life.
If you are suffering from chronic pain, you may experience more significant relief if your doctor adds cannabinoids – the main ingredient in cannabis or medical marijuana – to an opiate-only treatment. The combined therapy of opiates and cannabis could reduce opiate dosages, thus reducing overdosing and death.
Marijuana has been used to treat a wide variety of painful conditions, from headaches to the pain of childbirth. Cancer and AIDS patients, migraine sufferers, and people with spastic and movement disorders describe how marijuana helped relieve their painful symptoms. Three puffs a day of cannabis helps people with chronic nerve pain due to injury or surgery feel less pain and sleep better, a Canadian team has found.
Medical Marijuana and Diabetes
Dr. Gregory T. Carter, Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine, says, “Marijuana is a complex substance containing over 60 different forms of cannabinoids, the active ingredients. Cannabinoids are now known to have the capacity for neuromodulation via direct, receptor-based mechanisms at numerous levels within the nervous system. These have therapeutic properties that may apply to treating neurological disorders, including anti-oxidative, neuroprotective, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory actions, immune modulation, modulation of glial cells, and tumor growth regulation.[i] Intracellular changes and altered signaling of the neurons seem to be the principal effects of the cannabinoids in marijuana.
Unlike THC, CBD lacks noticeable psychoactive effects. Nevertheless, CBD has valuable medical properties. CBD works synergistically with THC, bolstering its medical effects while moderating its psychoactivity. It is also thought to improve wakefulness and enhance THC’s activity against pain.
Taken by itself, CBD has anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, anti-epileptic, sedative, and neuro-protective actions. It is also a potent antioxidant, protecting against chemical damage due to oxidation. Studies have suggested that CBD could protect against the development of diabetes, certain kinds of cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, brain and nerve damage due to stroke, alcoholism, nausea, inflammatory bowel disease, and Huntington’s disease.
Researchers concluded that confirmation of the observed immunomodulatory effects of CBD “may lead to the clinical application of this agent in the prevention of type-1 diabetes” and possibly other autoimmune diseases. They note that many patients diagnosed with type-1 diabetes have sufficient residual cells that produce insulin at the time of diagnosis and may be candidates for immunomodulation therapy.
Marijuana can also be used to make topical creams to relieve neuropathic pain and tingling in the hands and feet. Cannabis helps still diabetic “restless leg syndrome” (RLS), so the patient can sleep better: “It is recommended that patients use a vaporizer or smoke cannabis to aid in falling asleep.”
In studies, THC essentially countered the effects of insulin resistance. These results support previous findings that smoking cannabis can reduce blood glucose in diabetics (Gallant, Odei-Addo, Frost, & Levendal, 2009).
Dr. Liou’s work, published in the January issue of the American Journal of Pathology, indicates that cannabidiol can interrupt the destructive points of action in diabetic animals. “What we believe cannabidiol does is go in here as an antioxidant to neutralize the toxic superoxides. Number two, it inhibits the self-destructive system and allows the self-produced endogenous cannabinoids to stay there longer by inhibiting the enzyme that destroys them.”
Cannabis is neuroprotective.[ii] It is believed that much neuropathy comes from the inflammation of nerves caused by glycoproteins in the blood that deposit in peripheral tissues and trigger an immune response. Cannabis helps protect the nerve covering (myelin sheath) from inflammatory attack. Cannabis also lessens the pain of neuropathy by activating receptors in the body and brain. Some components of cannabis (perhaps cannabidiol) act as anti-spasmodic agents similar to the far more toxic anti-convulsants like Neurontin. This action of cannabis helps relieve diabetic muscle cramps and GI upset.
There is nothing like love and great sex to help us calm down, but these two great energies will not help much if we are magnesium deficient. In a stressed-out world, in terms of medicine, nothing will help us as much as magnesium and marijuana. Too many people complain about marijuana, yet compared to every drug that psychiatrists use, it is far superior. However, there is only one way to survive hell, and that is with love.
Alcohol is not viable because it drives down magnesium levels when magnesium is already severely deficient for most.
[i] Curr Opin Investig Drugs. 2002 Mar;3(3):437-40.
[ii] The research with the cannabis-source cannabinoids, conducted in mice, rats, and in vitro, has shown remarkable effectiveness in reducing brain damage from injected toxins, hypoxia, and head trauma.1 Other research has found that anandamide levels in the brains of rats naturally rise after brain injury or death and the cannabinoid system may play a primary role in limiting brain damage.
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