I am all for medicinal marijuana - hemp oil is a gift from nature , like all other plants. It is very powerful... this is a great chunk of information, and clear evidence of hemp seed oil being a cancer cure..
but that DOES NOT include smoking marijuana. the Smoking of herbs should be only used for extremely sacred ceremonial purposes in the presence of true indigneous elders and shamans - putting fire to plants changes their properties to become etheric/ astral and that is a realm our modern culture does not have the capacity to hold safe space for..
Let us educate our children to the true way to interact with the plant world.. experimenting is dangerous and we have lost too many beautiful souls into the abyss.
Billa - I am interested to hear more about your thoughts about this. Can you elaborate on your knowledge?
well its pretty simple really - plants as they grow in nature are in the earth element as the creator has designed, in the wholeness of their expression with all elements present.......... putting fire to them reduces their expression to only the air element and only their etheric/astral qualities remain but also nowchanged and affected by the fire element which makes it an all together different expression than the creators design. A distortion.
and what is missing then is the water element which is the essence of LIFE that makes all things connect and whole between spirit and creation which is why people become disconnected, lost and out of touch with life either partially or wholly and fall into the abyss. only shamans who know how to stay safe in this realm should be conducting such ceremonies..
people who smoke have too much "fire" in their livers usually and stored astral energies in their kidneys - besides the residues of smoke in their lungs. they are easily aggressive and can behave psychotic because things are out of balance and their astral field which is the blue print for the phsycial body is damaged. There is much activity in the astral field before it can recieve the holy blessing of a physical life, and "playing with fire" by smoking literally inhales the astral (air element field) into ones body, inviting all sorts of uninvited energies that havent gone through the conscious birth process into being. (hitchhikers)
Water is the cure.. lots of it. flush flush flush flush..
love to talk more!
wow - this is very, very wise, and i have not thought about it in quite this way. thank you for sharing this.
yes, we must talk. big news to share. i will e-mail you privately.
Its interesting how much the elements play a HUGE part in our lives.. It can work the other (positive ) way in building with "fired" bricks - by "firing" out the water element of clay, the bricks become so much stronger and the structure so much more sound.. but that's off topic here so I'll write about that in Earth Shelter.
A lot of spiritual emphasis is given to the four directions when in fact its the four elements which are the primal components of creation bridging the physical and non-physical dimensions and this is the basis of how plants and nature work to cure us, by bringing our "elemental" essential selves back into balance - the source of well-being.
Something to share...On the note of natural cancer cures, there is a lot of talk about Snake Grass (Clinacanthus) that you can find in this part of the world, Sabah in Malaysia. Maybe our Asian members may find this more easily available.
Essential oils are both biochemical and bioenergetic entities. Hence, their chemical properties can be used to act upon the biophysical plane and/or their bioenergetic properties can be used to directly interact on the non-material energy plane with human bioenergy. The energy fields of these oils vibrate at a frequency high enough to achieve resonance with the dynamic, or energy, body of the organism.
In Spiritual PhytoEssencing, the bioenergetic or dynamic aspect of the essential oils is given greater emphasis. In other words, the dynamic, rather than the chemical, action is emphasized. This dynamic aspect is not accessible to our ordinary intellectual consciousness. Nevertheless, it is the key determinant of the nature of the oil. In actuality, every living cell must be animated by a vital force, or "ensouled," and it's this incarnation of higher forces into living tissue that lends each organism its tangible expression." http://www.naturalhealthscience.com/
Hemp Seed Oil: The Green Gold Mine of Essential Fatty Acids
For thousands of years the Cannabis plant has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes throughout the world. Hemp has been used in China since 4,000 B.C.
Hemp has innumerable uses: rope, twine, cloth, paper, food, medicine, oil, and more. There has been a resurgence in interest in this beneficial plant which has only recently been allowed to flourish in North America, without the interference of politically repressive forces.
Industrial hemp, unlike its counterpart marijuana, is extremely low in THC. There is a microscopic amount that is legally allowed as a residue in hemp seed oil in Canada which is 10 p.p.m.(parts per million)(u/g). This minuscule amount has no psychoactive effect.
When the seed of the hemp plant are cold-pressed, it yields an oil that has a delicious and remarkable sweet nutty taste that is appreciated by both gourmet and health minded folks alike.
Not only does hemp seed oil taste good, but it is a green gold-mine of the health enhancing omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids (LA, LNA) and GLA.
Organic hemp seed oil, is considered to be the #1 nutritional oil for health, because it has the highest and most complete profile of essential fatty acids (EFA's, good healthy fats). First cold-pressed organic hemp seed oil is Nature's own healthy blend of omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids. And unlike most flax seed oil, hemp seed oil does not go rancid quickly.
Here is what the experts say about hemp seed oil:
It has the ideal ratio ( 3:1 ) of omega 6 to omega 3 essential fatty acids.
"Nature's most perfectly balanced oil": Udo Erasmus (author: Fats that Heal, Fats that Kill)
Hemp seed oil is the highest oil in essential fatty acids: 75-80% total EFAs.
"An edible oil with superior nutritional and therapeutic properties"...Dr. Andrew Weil.
Hemp seed oil should always be used raw, uncooked. Hemp seed oil can be used in all of your favorite healthy recipes that do not involve cooking: for example: salad dressings, dips, pesto, hummous, guacamole, shakes, smoothies. Or hemp seed oil can be taken directly: 1 or 2 Tablespoons per day as a nutritional supplement of health supporting essential fatty acids.