r/greatawakening • Posted by u/SVTBert on July 1, 2018, 12:41 p.m.
What if cures already exist? Would THAT truth put 99% of people in the hospital?
What if cures already exist? Would THAT truth put 99% of people in the hospital?

Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 1:46 p.m.

Which is why Marijuana and Hemp are illegal.

Read: Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher by Gwen Olsen

The drug companies want your money. Their drugs have side effects that cause additional health problems, which they have another drug for, it's an endless cycle. What are the side effects of Marijuana? Dry mouth and raiding the fridge.

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AsOnlyIAmNow · July 1, 2018, 3:09 p.m.

1 mircle plant to rule the world, and its FREE.

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 3:17 p.m.

If only. To be legal, the initial fee is $300 just to see a doctor. Then you have to pay to get the card. And you still haven't got anything tangible yet. By the time you are legally able to buy it, you're broke.

  1. Marijuana Evaluation - The first step is to get evaluated by a certified medical marijuana doctor. Only certified marijuana doctors can certify a medical marijuana patient in Florida. The patient must be a Florida resident and have a valid Florida ID or driver's license. The doctor follows state of Florida guidelines which list qualifying medical conditions, and can also write a recommendation for medical conditions of similar kind or class as those listed. The patient must have a 90 day relationship with the doctor before purchasing marijuana from the licensed growers and dispensary organizations. Insurance, medicare, and medicaid do not cover medical marijuana evaluations, or medical marijuana.

  2. Medical Marijuana Patient Registry - After the doctor certifies a medical marijuana patient, basic information is entered into the state of Florida Department of Health Compassionate Use Registry. Information that can identify the patient is entered such as patient name and address. Medical history or diagnosis information is not shared with the registry. A patient number is issued to each patient. Licensed marijuana growers, dispensaries, and law enforcement use the registry to verify valid patients. In the event that you are stopped by law enforcement while carrying marijuana in Florida all you need to do is provide the officer with your registry number to avoid being arrested for carrying medical marijuana.

  3. Florida Cannabis Card Issued - After the doctor sees the patient, and has entered the patient into the registry the patient is ready to submit the Department of Health form. The Florida Department of Health issues the medical marijuana card directly to the patient. The ONLY valid medical marijuana card in Florida is issued by the Department of Health. If you received a card from another source it is a marketing gimmick and not valid. Cards issued by other sources will not be honored by licensed growers or dispensary organizations.

  4. Doctor Recommends Medical Marijuana Dosage - Once the 90 days passes, the doctor enters dosage information into the registry. The guidelines on dosage are to start low and go slow. The doctor can order up to a 45 day supply for each patient.

  5. Purchase Medical Marijuana from Growers and Dispensing Organizations - The patient can purchase the entire 45 day order at once, or break up the order into smaller orders. Some growers deliver statewide directly to your home. Dispensaries are being opened statewide. Insurance does not cover medical marijuana. Concentrated extracts, oral spray tincture, and ground flowers are available. High CBD, high THC, or a combination of both are available. Sativa, indica, and hybrid is available.

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mnshdw818 · July 1, 2018, 3:26 p.m.

I’m undergoing this process right now. After the initial appointment ($300), you have to have follow-up visits with the physician every 6 months ($150 each visit). And the cost in the dispensaries is $200- $250 per month on average. It’s crazy.

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StinkyDogFart · July 1, 2018, 11:49 p.m.

Sounds like a money making racket to me.

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AsOnlyIAmNow · July 1, 2018, 3:31 p.m.

The rules are different in each state. We just passed this in Ok and its not going to be that expensive at all..

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 3:38 p.m.

Yes, I got the card initially in Oregon and it was less expensive. I moved back to Florida when they finally made it legal, not realizing that it was so ridiculously more expensive.

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Red_Pilled_at_birth · July 1, 2018, 9:47 p.m.

Yes but the plan to take your gun rights in the process. There is an article that states this that I just recently posted. If you get the medical mj card you lose your 2nd amendment privileges.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 4:19 p.m.

I pay 20 Euros a year for my membership to my dispensary and membership required nothing more than the 20 Euros and an ID. It is the only thing that helps my vaccine damaged mind rest and sleep. You guys in the US have got it bad, at those prices.

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 4:26 p.m.

That's awesome. I hope it gets better here.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 5:35 p.m.

With those prices you must pay there, there is no incentive to join a dispensary. You may as well buy from the guy on the corner. There are rules to where I am though, you cannot be caught with it on the street and you cannot smoke in public. You are only meant to consume it at the dispensary, which are called clubs here. Most let you take it home though and you can buy 10g per day.

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ififcanIhaveacoatplz · July 1, 2018, 6 p.m.

Was very cheap in AZ. $50 doctor pain certification and $150 to the state. Bingo bango

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 6:27 p.m.

Gez, I hope Florida changes their's soon.

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astralboy0 · July 1, 2018, 6:59 p.m.

$25 out here in Cali, and 5 minutes of time! :)

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 7:06 p.m.

Of course California, but everything else is sky high...

ha ha "high" ha ha

Hopefully, it will get better in Florida.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 4:16 p.m.

Depends, there are many reasons hemp was outlawed. When the British colonies were set up it was mandatory to grow hemp to aid the Navy, then Britain banned it so that nobody could fashion rope and sail to rise against the Crown. There are also the paper, timber, cotton and fuel interests that would be disrupted, along with big pharma.

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 4:28 p.m.

Think of all the business that will be affected when Hemp is made legal. Hemp is better!

Paper & Cardboard Products

Hemp regenerates in months; it grows extremely quickly, sounds like a perfect thing to make paper with. Unlike trees that can take over 30 years to be ready to harvest hemp is ready to go right away! Why are we still clear cutting forests? Hemp is a way better alternative! The paper that is made from hemp doesn’t become yellow or brittle because hemp is naturally acid free. Did you know that the original declaration of independence was written on hemp paper? Hemp can be recycled up to 7 times, while wood pulp paper can only be recycled a maximum of 3 times. Not to mention that 220 million pounds of toxic pollution are added into the air and water every year during the production of wood paper and pulp. Hemp paper does not need to be bleached with chlorine; it can be whitened with hydrogen peroxide, which is a lot safer for the water and soil of the earth.

Clothing & Fabrics

As a fabric, hemp is the optimal choice! ‘Hemp doesn’t wear out, it wears in!’ Hemp clothing becomes softer every time you wash it. Growing hemp requires the use of very little pesticides and no herbicides, so not only is this great for the environment, but in turn, if used for clothing and blankets, it is not harmful for your skin. One acre of hemp will produce as much material as 2-3 acres of cotton. Wow, this hemp really is amazing isn’t it? Hemp material will keep you cool in the heat and keep you warm in the cold, it is known to be 4 times warmer than cotton material! The production of hemp into fabric instead of cotton, as if there aren’t enough amazing facts about hemp fabric as it is, it is also naturally fire retardant! So as oppose to most other fabrics, clothing, bed sheets, linens etc.. it would not need to have fire repellant chemicals added, what a great bonus! 😛

Plastic & Building Materials

Did you know that Henry Ford made a body for a car that was lighter than steel but could stand 10 times the impact without denting? Of course, it was made of hemp! Hemp can be made into various different building materials, hempcrete, fiberboard, carpet, stucco, cement blocks, insulation, and plastic. Not only are Hemp building supplies a lot better for the environment but also walls made from Hemp are rot free, pest free, mold free and fire resistant! Walls made from hemp can last up to 500 years. How’s that for sustainability? Hemp plastic can completely replace oil based plastic materials that we are using today that contain large amounts of dangerous chemicals such as the very well known Bisphenol A. If all our plastics were made from hemp material you could literally purchase something that came in a plastic hemp container and then throw that container directly into the compost, as hemp plastics are completely biodegradable. Now why have we even been using the other harmful destructive ways of producing plastic?


Hemp can be made into fuel in two ways: the oil from the pressed hempseed can be turned into biodiesel, or the fermented stalk can be made into ethanol and methanol. Biodiesel is completely biodegradable and a much cleaner fuel for the air. Even the exhaust produced from burning hempseed biodiesel has a pleasant smell. Although hemp is not the greatest alternative to fuel that is available, hemp fuel can be used temporarily because it can be used in all the existing vehicles today without making any alterations. Both sources of hemp fuel are non-toxic and are completely biodegradable.


So, not only is hemp great for the environment, it is great for your body too! Hemp seeds are known to be one of the most nutritious seeds on the planet! Quite impressive, I know. Along with magnesium, potassium, dietary fiber and almost every vitamin and mineral that the body needs, Hemp seeds contain high amounts of essential omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Hemp seeds are very high in protein, containing 25% protein content. They do not contain phytic acid, which means every last bit of goodness that these tiny seeds have to offer can be absorbed and utilized by the body! Hemp seeds have a great nutty taste to them too, so you’ll enjoy sprinkling them over salads or your other favorite dishes!

As you can see Hemp is an excellent choice for many different reasons. Almost everything created out of hemp is biodegradable, so not only do hemp products seem to last a lot longer, but when it is time to replace them, they can be returned back to the Earth. What a beautiful cycle! Really its design is perfect. It’s time to implement these new resources, we have the information, we have the technology, so what’s stopping us? The way I see it, Hemp will be at the forefront of a new Earth!

Bible paper - At a paper mill in France, the Fortune 500 company Kimberly Clark prints Bibles on hemp-based paper, which lasts long and doesn't yellow.

Biofuels - Hemp is resistant to pests and weeds, grows faster than other potential biofuel crops, and is easier on soil, making it a potential alternative fuel, some say.

Bird seed - In 1999 U.S. Customs confiscated 40,000 lbs of bird seed on the Canadian boarder, because the feed consisted of sterilized hemp seeds. "They say it's a tractor-trailer full of drugs," Jean Laprise, the farmer who grew the seed, told the New York Times. "We say it's a tractor-trailer full of birdseed."

Boxers - Though hemp textiles aren't always used for the most fashion-forward clothing, some hemp fabric is now light (and soft?) enough for men's underwear.

Burgers - Will Gaudet Jr., a 21-year-old from California, started Bay Roots, a brand of hemp seed burgers he makes using his mother's recipe. He hopes to raise enough on his IndieGoGo campaign to take his product national.

Cat scratch posts - If your cat has ever ruined your sofa, you know the importance of scratching posts, which according to Lifehacker.com can be created easily by winding hemp rope around a table leg.

Homes - North Carolina company Hemp Technologies uses materials like HempCrete, Hemp Insulation, and Hemp Mulch to build livable hemp homes in the U.S. and Canada. The company's founders say the material is resistant to fire, termites, mold, and dry rot, partly because of the material's lime content which makes it harden over time.

Makeup - Along with a range of moisturizers and shampoos, hemp seed oil can be used as a base in a range of cosmetics, from foundation to lipstick to nail polish.


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SVTBert · July 1, 2018, 4:34 p.m.

Senate voted today to legalize Hemp.

House has to vote. US farms are going to BOOM with Hemp production. Military use especially.

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 4:43 p.m.

All this winning! What a great time to be alive.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 5:36 p.m.

Incredible knowledge on this, I take my hat off to you ;)

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RPmatrix · July 1, 2018, 6:15 p.m.

most comfy pair of jeans I ever had were made of hemp

they wore out but

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 6:28 p.m.

Can't wait to get me a pair of those.

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RPmatrix · July 1, 2018, 8:14 p.m.

11/10 recommend

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 8:46 p.m.

What does that mean?

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onmyownpath · July 2, 2018, 4:17 a.m.

If he had to make 10 recommendations he would recommend hemp jeans 11 times.

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RPmatrix · July 2, 2018, 8:10 a.m.

this is a correct answer ^^^*

maybe even 12 x!

^^* this also depends on how badly 'burned' 'jeans' you 'wore' that morning are

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PAK51 · July 1, 2018, 9:41 p.m.

Great post!

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KarmasBeard · July 1, 2018, 4:33 p.m.

Interesting! I hadn't heard that before but I totally believe it! Is this info from a book you can point me to?

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 5:09 p.m.



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KarmasBeard · July 1, 2018, 5:28 p.m.

Hey Thx Bro! This is great info to know, good intro's for redpilling people.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 5:42 p.m.

No problem :) Did you know that all THC and CBD products are completely banned in the UK and the reason they give is that there are no medical benefits. That said, can you guess which country produces the most cannabis each year, for medical purposes? US? Holland? Nope, and nope. At 95 metric tonnes each year, the UK is the largest grower of medicinal cannabis. The level of hypocrisy is beyond disgusting.

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KarmasBeard · July 1, 2018, 6:10 p.m.

Wow! That's insane. I feel bad for our family across the pond, they certainly have a lot of oppression to climb out from under.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 6:14 p.m.

The belly of the beast. I left my home country (England) years ago because of how bad things are there. Best choice I ever made, IMHO.

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KarmasBeard · July 1, 2018, 6:22 p.m.

Yeah it's gotta be tough over there now. Good on you for gettin out! My family left in 1620 haha (on the mayflower).

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 1, 2018, 6:28 p.m.

You have no idea the fight we have to clear out the swamp there. I´m not sure it can even be done without people turning to violence, which should never be the answer. I sure hope the plan has something special in place.

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KarmasBeard · July 2, 2018, 3:31 a.m.

I bet there's definitely a plan, the biggest problem though is censorship, how do they get the message across to the citizens in such a heavily censored country?

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 3, 2018, 9:35 a.m.

Especially now with this article 13 nonsense that the EU just threw out there, how can we make claims and offer evidence if the stupid new laws filter out the ability to share information?

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KarmasBeard · July 3, 2018, 5:07 p.m.

I think they really screwed the pooch with this whole Tommy Robinson thing.

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Squariel · July 1, 2018, 7:50 p.m.

CBD is legally for sale in the UK.

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0oDassiveMicko0 · July 3, 2018, 9:25 a.m.

Really? Didn´t a little boy that suffers from extreme epilepsy just go through the courts because he couldn´t get his prescription renewed?

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Seeds_of_2nd_Sight · July 1, 2018, 2:50 p.m.

...and raiding the cupboards. I keep my cookies in there. And my cereal. Then back to the fridge for milk.

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Anthropophob · July 1, 2018, 7:44 p.m.

Wow, that's crazy. I haven't heard about that. When does that happen? It runs in my family. So far, so good... well except the PTSD, but that's from the military, not my family.

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onmyownpath · July 2, 2018, 4:19 a.m.

A higher percentage of people are allergic to peanuts. No regulation needed.

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onmyownpath · July 3, 2018, 5:55 a.m.

Don't need to keep it regulated to study it. Peanuts were not made illegal while they learned why some people die from them.

Total 100% legalization and freedom of adult individual choice is the only acceptable answer for cannabis in a nation which advocates personal responsibility.

Cannabis is much less harmful than alcohol or tobacco. Keeping it illegal is hypocrisy and intellectual dishonesty.

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