Happy Labor Day everyone! I hope you are doing something fun and enjoying the weekend.
Guest Post by Lanny Swerdlow
The endocannabinoid system regulates almost every biological process in our bodies and has evolved to not only restore our body’s homeostatic balance when it is ravaged by disease, but to prevent the development of diseased states in the first place. Dr. Robert Melamede in his ground breaking paper, “Harm Reduction-the Cannabis Paradox,” proposed that “the homeostatic action of cannabinoids on so many physiological structures and processes is the basis for the hypothesis that the endocannabinoid system is nothing less than a naturally evolved harm reduction system.”
By keeping our bodies in balance and preventing imbalances, the cannabinoids in cannabis working with our endocannabinoid system can prevent the development of debilitating ailments, especially those that are age-related. This is significant as countries that provide Western medicine to their citizens find that the cause of death has transitioned from being pathogen-induced, i.e. infections, to age-related, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer’s. Cannabis is unique in its ability to prevent these and other age-related diseases.
Marijuana Recipes: Orange, Almond, and Cucumber Stuffed Avocado with Balsamic Reduction
This salad represents the finest of the Golden State’s crops: avocados, almonds and oranges. A balsamic reduction ties it together and looks pretty on the plate.
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I use marijuana olive oil to medicate this marijuana potato salad recipe. My making Marijuana Oil tutorial will help you learn how to make it.
See You Next Week!
“Cannabis” Cheri Sicard
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