Cannabis was made illegal in the mid 20th century because it had to many benefits and was to big a competitor to the oil industry and emerging pharma companies. They needed to secure global dependence on oil and they succeeded, that’s way everything in our society mostly is manufactured from the oil that is owned by the multinational private companies.
Cannabis is coming back to people attention because it works and because now there are more then 10.000 studies highlight the fact that cannabis is more effective then the chemical medicine. (

The cannabis plant helps human body in following ways:
-Dietary essential that helps all cell types in human body to function more effectively.
-Contains molecule that help our bodies regulatory system to function more efficient.
-Stimulates the human endogenous cannabinoid system.
-Anti-Inflammmatory Agent against Inflammatory Diseases
-Restores the immune system
-Pain relief

There exist today proof that cannabis can help curing following diseases:
Severe and Persistant Muscle Spasms
Pulmonary hypertension
Mood and anxiety disorders
Parkinson's and Huntington's disease
Neuropathic pain
Multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury
Myocardial infarction
Obesity/metabolic syndrome
Heal scar tissue
Chronic Pain
Severe Nausea
Hepatitis C
Crohn's Disease 
Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

In raw form, marijuana leaves and buds are actually loaded with a non-psychoactive, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer nutrient compound known as cannabidiol (CBD) that is proving to be a miracle "superfood" capable of preventing and reversing a host of chronic illnesses.

Though you may not have heard much about it, the CBD found in the marijuana plant -- marijuana is technically just a vegetable, by the way -- is a highly medicinal substance with unique immune-regulating capabilities. Since the human body already contains a built-in endogenous cannabinoid system, complete with cannabinoid receptors, inputting CBD from marijuana can help normalize the body's functional systems, including cell communication and proper immune function.

The way CBDs work is that they bridge the gap of neurotransmission in the central nervous system, including in the brain, by providing a two-way system of communication that completes a positive "feedback loop," according to Dr. William Courtney, a medical marijuana expert and founder of Cannabis International. As opposed to a one-way transmission, which can promote chronic inflammation of healthy tissue, the unique two-way transmission system engaged by marijuana CBDs mimics the body's own natural two-way communications system.

So individuals whose systems are compromised by autoimmune disorders, cellular dysfunction, chronic inflammation, cancer cells, and various other illnesses can derive a wide range of health-promoting benefits simply by consuming CBDs. And one of the best ways to obtain CBDs is to juice raw marijuana leaves and buds, according to Dr. Courtney, who currently runs a clinic in Luxembourg that provides raw cannabis medicinal services to patients in need.

"CBD works on receptors, and as it turns out, we have cannabinoids in our bodies, endogenous cannabinoids, that turn out to be very effective at regulating immune functions, nerve functions, bone functions," says Dr. Ethan Russo, a Seattle, Wash.-area physician who is also a senior advisor to GW Pharmaceuticals, a British drug company that is utilizing CBDs in a new marijuana mouth spray known as Sativex.

"There's a tendency to discount claims when something appears to be good for everything, but there's a reason this is the case. The endogenous cannabinoid system acts as a modulator in fine-tuning a lot of these systems, and if something is deranged biochemically in a person's body, it may well be that a cannabinoid system can bring things back into balance."

Rose hip

Rose hips are particularly high in vitamin C content, one of the richest plant sources available. However, RP-HPLC assays of fresh rose hips and several commercially available products revealed a wide range of L-ascorbic acid content, ranging from 0.03 to 1.3%.[2] Rose hips of some species, especially Rosa canina (Dog Rose) and R. majalis, have been used as a source of vitamin C. During World War II, the people of Britain were encouraged through letters to The Times newspaper, articles in the British Medical Journal, and pamphlets produced by Claire Loewenfeld, a dietitian working for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, to gather wild-grown rose hips and to make a vitamin C syrup for children. This was because German submarines were sinking many commercial ships: citrus fruits from the tropics were very difficult to import.
Rose hips contain plenty of lycopene, an important and strong antioxidant that is an integral part of low density lipoprotein (LDL) as well as of many cellular membranes.[3] Lycopene in rose hips differs more in its isomer distribution than in other sources (tomatoes, pink grapefruit).[citation needed]
Rose hips also contain some vitamin A and B, essential fatty acids, and antioxidant flavonoids.
A study of a rose hip preparation for treating rheumatoid arthritis concluded that there was a benefit, apparently due to both anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects.[4]
Rose hips are used to help prevent colds and influenza.



Iit is popular in Europe, especially in Germany, for treating circulatory and respiratory system problems. Use of mistletoe extract in the treatment of cancer originated with Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Anthroposophy. He compared the parasitic nature of the mistletoe plant to that of cancer, and believed that cancer represents a faltering of the body's spiritual defenses.


It has been studied and found to have an anti-cancer effect. Vanillin protected the hearts of rats who were given chemicals that induced inflammation and cardiotoxicity. 
And when combined with cinnamon, vanillin was found to be a potent anti-mutagen.

Peganum harmala

Contains alkaloid, harmine, has appreciable efficacy in destroying intracellular parasites in the vesicular forms. Has been shown to have antibacterial and anti-protozoal activity.  An anthelmintic (to expel parasitic worms). Powdered seeds help to get rid of tapeworms.  Has antioxidant, antimutagenic and antitumor activities. -If pregnant do not take it because its a abortifacient agent.


contains Glycosides called glycyrrhizin and glycyrrhizinic acid; these have a structure similar to the natural steroids in the body and tend to rapidly restore natural steroid production from the adrenal glands

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