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    Pentagon Built On Hemp Field!

    Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 2:09 AM [General]

    Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

    Monumental predictions were being made for industrial hemp at the same time laws were restricting cannabis. Leading magazines praised hemp's potential as a crop:

    "The Most Profitable and Desirable Crop That Can Be Grown" - Mechanical Engineering Feb. 1937

    "New Billion Dollar Crop...can produce more than 25,000 products, ranging from dynamite to Cellophane" - Popular Mechanics Feb. 1938

    USDA and Mr. Lyster Dewey

    The U.S. Dept of Agriculture has conducted perhaps the most exhaustive, comprehensive research on industrial hemp than any other organization on the planet. For over 40 years, Lyster Dewey, a chief scientist and botanist at USDA, dedicated much of his professional life to the study of this plant. Mr. Dewey grew hemp for USDA study on government land called Arlington Farms. During WWII, a large portion of this land was annexed by the War Dept. to build something called the Pentagon.

    Mr. Dewey's meticulous hemp diaries containing extensive notes on hemp were recently discovered and bought by the trade group, Hemp Industries Association.

    Excerpt from Ganja Millionaire by Kenwa Jabuki page 41 [released Aug 2012 - H420 Media] - Available where books are sold

    "This manuscript has the potential to inform and inspire a great number of readers...books of this nature are not all that common" - Editorial Review

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    UFO's & Weed: Out of the Closet of Government Secrecy

    Saturday, July 13, 2013, 10:31 PM [General]

    Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

    Many believe the U.S. government knows more about controversial matters such as weed and ufo's etc than is told. Most Americans understand that government secrecy, when in the interest of national security, is proper and necessary.

    The 9/11 Commission concluded in its report that too much secrecy can put our nation at risk by hindering accountabilility, oversight and information sharing. This is according to John Podesta of the Center for American Progress testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Constitution in 2008.

    Mr. Podesta added that excessive secrecy slows the development of scientific and technical knowledge and short circuits public debate; eroding confidence in government actions and causes people to second-guess legitimate restrictions.

    While the 9/11 Commission and Senate Judiciary Committee's discussions were not specifically about cannabis, it begs the question...is there something about marijuana that we are not being told. If the primary danger of marijuana to a patient is the act of smoking it versus other methods of ingestion, wouldn't it have been labeled with warnings like tobacco and legalized a long time ago?

    Excerpt from Ganja Millionaire by Kenwa Jabuki page 70 [released Aug 2012 - H420 Media] - Available where books are sold

    "This manuscript has the potential to inform and inspire a great number of readers...books of this nature are not all that common" - Editorial Review

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    Ancient Chinese Were From Africa

    Saturday, March 30, 2013, 5:05 AM [General]

    Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

    Some have contended that cannabis originated in China and made its way to Egypt via India. However, cannabis was found in the royal tombs of the pyramids, which predates trade between Egypt and India by thousands of years.

    A more likely scenario is that the Ancient Chinese took cannabis with them when they left Africa. This assertion is based on an international, five-year study of the migration of modern man that found that Chinese people originated from early humans in East Africa. The research team, led by Jin Li of Fudan University in Shanghai, included researchers from Russia, India, Brazil and other nations.

    Excerpt from Ganja Millionaire by Kenwa Jabuki page 2 [released Aug 2012 - H420 Media] - Available where books are sold

    "This manuscript has the potential to inform and inspire a great number of readers...books of this nature are not all that common" - Editorial Review

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    Neurogenesis: This Is Your Brain on Marijuana

    Saturday, October 13, 2012, 9:46 PM [General]

    "Only marijuana promotes neurogenesis" - Dr. Xia Zhang, Univ. of Saskatchewan

    Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

    Neurogenesis is the birth of neurons (brain cells) in the brain, a process most active in pre-natal development but that continues throughout adulthood. Many of these neurons die at birth but a number of them survive and become functional and integrated into the brain tissue. A global research team from US, Canada and China led by Dr. Xia Zhang, Univ. of Saskatchewan, found that cannabinoids found in marijuana promote neurogenesis and produce anti-drepressant effects. Most drugs of abuse such as opiates, nicotine, alcohol, cocaine etc. suppress neurogenesis.

    Excerpt from Ganja Millionaire by Kenwa Jabuki page 63-64 [released Aug 2012 - H420 Media] - Available where books are sold

    "This manuscript has the potential to inform and inspire a great number of readers...books of this nature are not all that common" - Editorial Review

     

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    FREE WEED!

    Sunday, September 30, 2012, 7:27 PM [General]

    Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

    FREE WEED!

    U.S. Govt. v. Robert Randall

    In 1976, Robert Randall, a glaucoma patient, sued the U.S. govt. after he was charged with marijuana cultivation (Randall v. U.S.). Mr. Randall won. The judge ruled, in part..."no adverse effects from the smoking of marijuana have been demonstrated. Medical evidence suggests that the medical prohibition is not well-founded."

    Randall filed a petition in May 1976 and began receiving FDA-approved medical marijuana. As a result of Randall's case, the Compassionate Investigational New Drug program was created by the FDA and at its peak, allowed thirty people to receive medical marijuana. The program was closed by the Bush Administration in 1992 and the participating patients were grandfathered in.

    In 2006, there were seven remaining patients who get eight or nine ounces of marijuana per month. The medicine is provided in tin cans consisting of 300 pre-rolled cigarettes per can which is sent to pharmacists for pick up by the patients.

    Excerpt from Ganja Millionaire by Kenwa Jabuki page 56-57 [released Aug 2012 - H420 Media] - Available where books are sold

    "This manuscript has the potential to inform and inspire a great number of readers...books of this nature are not all that common" - Editorial Review

     

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