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Was cannabis one of God’s mistakes?

To the editor:

This question is more prevalent now more than ever. Did God get it wrong when he made cannabis?

We all have a belief system and mine includes a creator. He did not make any mistakes. He made us perfect in his eyes. He put many things on this planet for us to use for shelter, food and medicine. One of those things is cannabis, an amazing plant that has many uses. Humans have evolved with this plant for thousands of years.

One of those uses is medicine. This might make some people upset, to call this plant medicine. Those people have yet to research for themselves the truth. Let’s get real basic here; the human body has an endocannabinoid system [ECS]. This system has two receptors CB1 and CB2; it’s a regulatory system for many other systems of our bodies. It helps regulate fertility, pregnancy, pre and postnatal development, appetite, mood and memory all in a positive manner. This system accepts cannabinoids, the chemicals in cannabis (marijuana). The first dose of cannabinoids you receive as a human is via breast milk. Yes breast milk contains cannabinoids a 2017 study confirms this. https://cbdlifeuk.com/study-confirms-cannabinoids-occur-naturally-human-breast-milk/ this is not up for debate; cannabis is a vital part of homeostasis in the human body. When this system is deficient and out of balance that is when health problems arise. The best way to supplement that system when it’s out of balance is with all natural whole plant cannabis, not synthetically made cannabinoids made in a laboratory.

Ask yourself did God get it wrong or has he blessed us with an abundant multifunctional resource?

Jim Bauer

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