The Case for Stronger Medibles by Steven Hager

Dec 16, 2014 by

The Case for Stronger Medibles by Steven Hager
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Did you notice right after Abakus announced the Munchie Cup in Aspen, the New York Times published a reefer madness story saying the medibles in Colorado are too strong, all based around a famished reporter eating an entire medible candy bar on an empty stomach? Consequently, the medible industry was thrown into a fake crisis, and several companies started reducing active ingredient levels in products, a great tragedy, while state regulators discouraged bite-sized products containing the maximum 100 milligram dose. In fact, people with serious illness and/or extreme pain require very high doses, and this panic forces them to spend more money on medicine. Many companies had moved to stronger medibles as a reaction to patient demand, and if anything, the regulators should be encouraging dosages to move higher, not lower. According to Rick Simpson, it requires 60 grams of oil in three months to clear most cancers. But if you are limited to 100 milligrams per day, you aren’t going to come close, are you?

 

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