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May 25Liked by Anandamide

The bulk of this substack should form part of any Uni pharma/medical course. Well written and well reasoned. People's dependence on the state to think for them has become a massive problem. I would like to think that young students reading this would at least be prompted to realise there can be more than one way to develop drugs and source data on them. And not just for CBDs and psilocybin's or the others mentioned. 🙏

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It is good to see so much serious work being done in this arena. As a college student back in the 70s, my involvement with NORML was for less noble reasons! Your point about plants as starting points for various medications as well as comments about the varying legal standards brings me to this basic point:

Morality applies to actions, not objects. Physical objects are amoral, and people in this nation used to understand the difference. That is why it took a Constitutional Amendment to outlaw alcohol! We can also take note of what happened - organized crime (non-governmental) grew massively during Prohibition. Once this was undone by another amendment, there were all of those soon-to-be-unemployed federal ‘revenuers’. Well, we can NEVER shrink the size of the Fed.gov, so at the same time they passed the National Firearms Act, making laws about another group of physical objects, firearms. Thus began the ‘ATF’ and an explosion of federal agencies to control “things.”

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May 25Liked by Anandamide

Thank you. Fantastic!

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The Most Heavily Vaccinated People And Those

Injured The Most - Are Still Wearing Masks.

Enjoy This Moment. It Is Yours.

Because They Are The Same Fucked-Up Morons

That Wanted To Force Inject You; To Quarantine You; To Fire You; And To Deny You Medical Care. They Still Do.

So Tell Them - To Their Faces:

“Don’t Get Sick - Because You Won’t Get Better”

You Owe Yourself That.

They Are Not Getting Better. Make Them Hear It.

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Thank you Kevin. Can't wait for the videos. Looking forward to attending my first CANN MED next year. Peace.

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