On Tuesday, November 5th, the most important election in Kentucky in many years is about to happen!I am not here to argue with anyone. I am here to present the facts and my opinion as I see it. Therefore,First of all, you must vote to see change! If you are eligible to Vote and are … Continue reading On Tuesday, November 5th, WE Must Be The Change In Kentucky! Vote HICKS/CORMICAN! This Is Why…
There has been no activity on the "Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Act" since January 7th when it was forwarded to "Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations"... Whose members include: Sen. John Schickel [Chair] Sen. Paul Hornback [Vice Chair] Sen. Joe Bowen Sen. Tom Buford Sen. Julian M. Carroll Sen. Denise Harper Angel Sen. Jimmy … Continue reading SB 13, Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Act continues to sit in committee since January 7th
Among Bevin's campaign pledges was that he would reform the cabinet's social services agency. By: Robin Rider-Osborne·Sunday, January 31, 2016 KENTUCKY REPRESENTATIVE EMAIL ADDRESSES AND ANNOUNCEMENT LETTER / ALL STATE PARTICIPATION. Copy and paste letter to email addresses listed below; Bulk email dump at bottom of page for one letter bulk sending. We, the people … Continue reading We, the people of America, demand reform of ; Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children
Ms. Kendra Sams, 29 years old, was being lodged at the Laurel County Corrections. According to Facebook posts she suffered a seizure on July 12th which caused her to fall from the top bunk in her cell and land on the floor. She was not given medical attention at that time. At some point … Continue reading Regarding kendra sams – "lodged" at laurel county corrections" in kentucky…
Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) Evidence These uses have been tested in humans or animals. Safety and effectiveness have not always been proven. Some of these conditions are potentially serious, and should be evaluated by a qualified healthcare provider. Chronic pain Cannabinoids have been reported to reduce chronic pain associated with a variety of conditions. Cannabinoids … Continue reading From the Mayo Clinic: Cannabis/Marijuana
Sep 6, 2012 4:45 AM EDT Mounting evidence shows ‘cannabinoids’ in marijuana slow cancer growth, inhibit formation of new blood cells that feed a tumor, and help manage pain, fatigue, nausea, and other side effects. Cristina Sanchez, a young biologist at Complutense University in Madrid, was studying cell metabolism when she noticed something peculiar. She … Continue reading Marijuana Fights Cancer and Helps Manage Side Effects, Researchers Find
Ed Bland ALL NEED 2 KNOW THIS ! ----------------->: ♥ ~My name is Ed Bland & live in Somers on Flathead lake. I use 2 have George's marine service ( father ). I wrecked my motorcycle with no helmet on. Montana told me it was worst wreck 2 live through with no … Continue reading Advice from a patient!
KENTUCKY (3/8/12) - Advance planning for future legal, financial and long-term care needs is critical for the estimated one in seven Americans − or 11,430 Kentuckians − diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease and who still live alone, up to half of them without an identifiable caregiver, according to the Alzheimer’s Association® 2012 Facts and Figures Report, … Continue reading Nearly 11,500 Kentuckians with Alzheimer’s live Alone
Angel McClary Raich is dying of Radiation Necrosis and Brain Tumor....
http://www.theweedblog.com/colorado-patient-chris-bartkowicz-denied-medical-defense-by-feds/ This was sent to us from our friends in Denver. This is the same person who was busted basically as a result of an interview he did back in February for a local television station. Half of the “plants” he was caught with were not mature but the Feds still counted them … Continue reading Colorado Patient Chris Bartkowicz Denied Medical Defense by Feds
http://edition.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/07/07/hospital.deaths.july/?hpt=T2&fbid=FHjdNH9kOT- By Sabriya Rice, CNN July 8, 2010 -- Updated 1538 GMT (2338 HKT) (CNN) -- More than 16,000 U.S. medical school graduates are awarded M.D. degrees each year, and many enter their residency programs at teaching hospitals in July. Now, a growing body of research suggests that month might be a more deadly … Continue reading Are hospitals deadlier in July?
Here I am in the “great Commonwealth of Kentucky”, on January 2, 2009, without a physician to attend to my health needs, after fifteen long years of struggle. Why? Because I smoke Cannabis for pain and anxiety among other conditions. Since 1998 I have been through at least eight “pain clinics” and ONE M.D., … Continue reading Why I was “fired” from my physician in Louisville, Kentucky.
Greg Pivarnik - 3/4/08 Marijuana has medicinal uses. Despite numerous scientific studies and the development of synthetic medicines derived from cannabis, the United States government appears to disagree with this statement. Marijuana remains a Schedule I drug according to the DEA, which only benefits the pharmaceutical companies who now have a monopoly on the therapeutic … Continue reading Medical marijuana laws benefit big business