What Does Medicine Freedom Mean?

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Tisha Casida, founder of That’s Natural and host of www.Rebellion.Life, speaks about what Medicine Freedom means, and how we must take responsibility for our actions when it comes to our Food and Medicine.  Having the freedom and ability to choose, means taking responsibility and asking questions about what we are consuming.  Tisha gives questions to ask about CBD products that you may be researching.  CBD is an abbreviation for Cannabidiol – one of over 85 cannabinoids found in the hemp, or cannabis, plant.  You can learn more about That’s Natural at www.ThatsNatural.info and see research and questions about CBD at Tisha’s company site: www.cbdoil.life.

Movie – What If Cannabinoids in Cannabis Cured Cancer & Other Diseases?

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That’s Natural! stands behind and applauds research and smart drug policy that allows for the use and research of cannabis.  This video has many excerpts, diagrams, and summarizing information on cannabis, the 421 related compounds found in the cannabis plant, Cannabidiol or CBD and the non-psycoactive effects that may help with inflammation, anxiety, and more, as well as the Endocannabinoid System and how this system responds to cannabinoids.

1 in 5 People, Drugging Themselves to Relax

We love drugs.  I mean, coffee and alcohol are drugs too, and Americans, God love us, have a special affection for drugs.  And, at REBELLION.life, we have a special affection for protecting your right to use them.

A Gallup survey has recently shown that approximately 20% of Americans admit to using drugs to relax.  Self-medicating is nothing new to society, however, the range and the types of drugs available to alter one’s mood are increasing.  We think there are more healthful approaches (e.g. exercise, outdoor-time, etc.), but the fact is, a lot of people take some type of medication to relax.  And that’s… well, scary.

Mind-altering drugs that are synthetic have a host of potential side-effects, some of which can be horrific for society.  Addiction to these synthetic drugs is damaging and deadly.

In Colorado, voters went so far as to approve having marijuana (much, much safer) as a drug choice.  And here at REBELLION.life, as people who whole-heartedly support hemp, cannabis, and the non-psychoactive parts of hemp (Cannabidiol or CBD) – we hope that more people start investigating alternatives to the synthetic drugs that exist.

There won’t be a movement any time soon to figure out non-drug ways to relax.  However, we feel there is a lot of promise and opportunity to educate and inform people about natural alternatives to synthetic mind-altering drugs.  The use of marijuana exists for people who love THC and the psychoactive ‘high’.  And for the rest of us, who don’t necessarily want the high, but want to experience the health benefits of CBD – there is hemp – which is legal to consume in all 50 States and now legal to grow in 19.

Exercise your sovereignty and your right to relax.  And if you so desire, check out alternatives to synthetically-derived drugs that could wreak havoc on your system, and consider a natural solution, instead!

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Hemp, Cannabis, and the Natural Medicine Revolution

Hemp has been grown in the United States since the 1600’s – the seeds for hemp came over with the Puritans on the ships that sailed from England.  Much of what was grown was actually meant for British consumption, and ironically, the first drafts of the Declaration of Independence were created using hemp paper.

“Hemp”, which is a term for many varieties of the Cannabis plant, has been used for its fiber, for its oil, and its seed.

The (strain) of cannabis that contains the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is “Cannabis sativa” and usually referred to as marijuana.  This is not the (strain) of cannabis that is used for hemp and its associated products.  Hemp grows much taller than marijuana plants and hemp  does not contain the psychoactive compounds.

Thomas Jefferson and George Washington are two very famous founders of our country who grew hemp on their farms.

Like many laws that are introduced by politicians to benefit (or harm) certain industries and companies that have contributed (or not contributed) to their election and position – the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, that created numerous difficulties for all of cannabis production, may have been one of those political documents.  Hemp, which at the time was an inexpensive substitute for paper pulp and also for fiber, may have competed with the DuPont family’s new synthetic fiber “nylon”.  The Secretary of the Treasury at the time, Andrew Mellon, had invested extensively in DuPont’s nylon business.  Perhaps the passage of this Act was an attempt to stymie the production of cannabis and related hemp products.  In addition to the growing distaste of the federal government’s tolerance for marijuana use (even though the American Medical Association at the time condoned medical marijuana prescriptions and use), this act and others succeeded in stomping out the industry.

That is, until now.  Thanks to common sense reemerging for agriculture policy – growing hemp is now “legal” in nineteen States.  A provision in the 2014 Farm Bill made growing hemp possible with certain stipulations being followed, and the consumption of hemp products (which are not marijuana or psychoactive products) is legal in all 50 States.

Laws that stomp out people, companies and industries because of vested interests are nothing new (see Monsanto and the “Monsanto Protection Act”).  Laws are often created and used to help or hurt companies, create or disseminate industries.  When it comes to our land, to what we eat, and the medicines that we take – it is always best to have decentralized policies that allow for consumers to choose what is best for them.

Colorado is one of those States that has nullified federal law (with Amendment 64) and is leading the country in the production of cannabis.  Both hemp and cannabis sativa (and the many different (strains) of this plant) are being produced and refined into products that can have benefits for people.  That’s Natural! is excited to be a part of this with our very own all-natural, solvent-free, Colorado-grown hemp oil.

If you would like to explore the potential health benefits of this all natural dietary supplement (Legal in all 50 states) and used for hundreds of years around the world, we would love to hear from you!  Purchase direct from us or one of our sales reps – visit us online at www.cbdoil.life.  Interested in becoming part of our growing national sales force?  Give us a call or email today!  info(at)cbdoil.life.

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Nullification, Legalization, Cannabidiol, Oh My!

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Colorado nullified federal law in 2012 with the passing of Amendment 64.  More people voted to legalize marijuana in Colorado, than voted for Barack Obama.  That’s right – more people came out to vote for the legalization of a plant than the sitting President.

By Colorado celebrating its sovereignty as a State, and letting its citizens to decide for themselves what to use as medicine, we have led the way in effectively using and regulating cannabis – which includes not just marijuana, but also hemp!

Hemp products are and have been legal to buy and sell in all 50 States, however, growing hemp as a plant is only legal in 19 – Colorado being one of those.  Slowly but surely, more States will follow in adopting sound agricultural and social policies to allow their citizens to grow, buy, sell, and use all types of cannabis products – it is good for business, and it is GREAT for Food and Medicine Freedom.

You can be a part of this movement with That’s Natural!  We have a list of extensive, independent research on hemp and cannabidiol, or CBD.  And we are offering the most premium CBD Hemp Oil, that has Colorado-grown hemp, is independently verified, and is processed using a supercritical CO2 extraction process – we never use dangerous solvents.  If you love it, you can even be a part of our dedicated sales and distribution team – reaching customers all across the country.

We are celebrating our sovereignty – as individuals who can make choices for ourselves what we eat, drink, and use as medicine.  Come be a part of the medicine freedom revolution at www.cbdoil.life!

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Cannabis and the Natural Medicine Revolution

Warning: We are not licensed doctors and we are not approved by any government agency to be able to tell you that anything treats or cures anything.  This is merely an opinion, and we encourage you to break through the big-government and big-pharma matrix to do your own research and learn about positive ways to protect your health.

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Many of our medicines are based on plant compounds, including aspirin (from willow), menthol (from mint), and quinine (from the Cinchona tree).  Plants, and medicines made from them, have been an integral part of native and indigenous cultures for thousands of years.  Synthesizing part of the plant to treat sickness and disease, is nothing new to society.

Cannabis, an annual, flowering herb, has several compounds that could be very beneficial to medicine and the treatment of various diseases. The cannabis plant has been used medicinally for over three thousand years.  In Colorado, where medicinal and recreational use of marijuana is now “legal”, we can use this openness and opportunity to explore more about this particular plant’s medicinal effects.

Cannabis plants can be processed into oils and other compounds – which can then be used without having to smoke and inhale smoke to be able to ingest the beneficial parts of the cannabis plant.

“Glandular trichomes” on the plant contain cannabinoids (CBD) that are non-psychoactive. Cannabinoids have the potential to act as an anti-inflammatory agent in the body and are also potentially anti-psychotic.  Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the component that can make people feel “high” and CBD are being researched in different ratios for treatment of various ailments.

Cannabis has been used to treat nausea, epilepsy, post-traumatic stress disorder, cancer, and is being researched to treat other illnesses – both physical and mental.  It is completely natural, with no known side-effects, and no reported overdoses or deaths from the medicinal use of this plant.  This is something to consider, and remember… why on earth would our government make it illegal to use this plant for the treatment of sickness and disease?

What is interesting about the cannabinoids in cannabis, is that human beings are actually pre-wired through our Endocannabinoid System to use compounds in cannabis to heal.  What is truly exciting about using cannabis to treat cancer, is that it appears that these treatments target only the cancerous and sick cells, and have no negative effects on healthy cells.  So, unlike traditional Western treatments for cancer (chemotherapy and radiation) – that kill almost everything and make the patient feel very sick, perhaps treatment(s) with cannabis could prove to target only the cancer.

In our THC Feed, we will continue to explore the research and success stories of using this plant to treat sickness and disease. We will also work with local and State officials to make sure we protect our Medicine Freedom – our natural right to use natural medicines.

This article is from our Friends – Advocates for Food and Medicine Freedom at That’s Natural!  You can learn more about cannabidiol (CBD) at www.cbdoil.life!

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