This is what big pharma fears the most: a plant that can be grown indoors and outdoors, and when the new cannabis users start taking it for multitudes of possible treatments, the majority (over 60%) of people drop 3 pharma prescriptions.
Remember, with big pharma you take the blue pill. But that pill gives some bad side effects, so then you take the red pill to offset the blue pill. Then the red pill also has some bad side effects, so you take the yellow pill to offset the red pill . . .
With cannabis, you do not have one green pill, you have as many medicines (or call them herbs if you choose) as you do strains of Indica, Sativa and Hybrids. Cannabis is not one drug or medicine, it’s as many as there are now, at the current moment, plus all the strains created daily all over planet earth. And then future strains. Endless possibilities.
Whole plant cannabis works best for most patients (known as the entourage effect). What can it treat?
Here is a compilation of medical studies. It is listed alphabetically, by disease/ailment. As a PDF in 2014, it was just over 3,300 pages long.
But have no fear— this is Granny Storm Crow’s 2017 List, all online and alphabetized, easy to navigate.
(And you can find out more about Granny Storm Crow and the shining soul she is, and why she created the list as a cannabis activist–also she is a school teacher)