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Posted by: K Jabuki on Jul 13, 2013 at 02:31:41 PM

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

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Posted by: K Jabuki on Oct 13, 2012 at 01:46:45 PM

"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

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Posted by: K Jabuki on Sep 30, 2012 at 11:27:13 AM
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

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Posted by: K Jabuki on Sep 20, 2012 at 04:27:15 PM
Ganja Millionaire: Opportunities in Hemp and Medical Marijuana Industries

Cancer

The world's leading cause of death. A total of 1,596,670 new cancer cases and 571,950 deaths from cancer were projected in the U.S. for 2011 says the American Cancer Society. Worldwide, 10 million new cases of cancer are diagnosed and 8 million deaths each year.

Cancer Drug Shortage

Fox News reported in early 2012 that cancer patients are dying due to a lack of cancer drugs. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reported on CNN in July 2012 that a half million Americans die each year due to the cancer drug shortage.

There is wide acceptance that marijuana helps with nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy. However, it is the contention that marijuana may have anti-cancer effects that sends folks into a tizzy. However this book would lack credibility if I didn't mention this information.

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Posted by: K Jabuki on Aug 25, 2012 at 02:29:22 PM

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"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

Posted by: K Jabuki on Feb 2, 2010 at 11:29:46 PM

Editorial:

Remember when rap music, like rock, was looked down upon with disdain by many, but the fans loved it and supported the artists anyway...

Before rock and rap became multi-billion dollar industries with glitzy music awards shows.

Well, who decided it would be a good idea or business model to take music videos away from the fans who shaped the industry and force every fan in the world onto a handful of monopolized portals controlled by the Internet elite? Music video views will be waaayyy down!

Lest we forget Flo Rida set sales records [downloads via itunes] during a time when music videos were proliferating across the web like jack rabbits in the springtime via countless uploads on many websites...pre-VEVO!

When fans like a song, they will buy the ringtones, the CDs and/or

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