Saturday, August 3, 2013

Exposed: The Full Story Behind Why Marijuana Is Illegal & Classified As A Schedule 1 Drug

 

Just last night we got together and discussed the censorship of medical marijuana knowledge. Despite the fact that a multitude of studies have proven that cannabis helps to cure cancer, nothing is changing and the plant remains illegal. To help us understand why this news isn’t getting covered, let’s go over the history of the prohibition of cannabis. This might provide some insight as to why news editors are killing stories about curing cancer with cannabis, and why the government is still handing out lifetime jail sentences to dispensary owners for selling the possible cure to cancer.

Marijuana has been used since the beginning of recorded history. From it we’ve made a number of things such as paper, fabric, crops, building materials, proteins, rope, fuel and medicine. Not to mention, oils made from the plant are the most medicinally active substances ever found. That is exactly why it is illegal. It all came down to a vicious fight for billion-dollar markets that took place in the early 1900′s.

The Story Behind Why Cannabis Is Illegal

In 1913, Henry Ford opened his famous automobile assembly line to start producing the Model-T.  In the 30′s, Ford opened a plant in Michigan where they successfully experimented with biomass fuel conversion, proving that hemp could be used as an alternative to fossil fuels. They extracted methanol, charcoal fuel, tar, pitch ethyl-acetate, and creosote all from hemp. What this meant for Ford was that they could now not only produce their own raw materials to make cars, but they could make the gas to run them as well. The discovery was horrible news for a man by the name of Andrew Melon, who owned much of the Gulf Oil Corporation; a company who had just recently opened their first drive through gas station.

For the rest of the story: http://www.medicaljane.com/2013/01/23/exposed-the-full-story-behind-why-marijuana-is-illegal-and-classified-as-a-schedule-1-drug/

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