Nov 17, 2016
Cannabis cultivation for candles and clothing has been discussed extensively in Biblical law, from Moses to Maimonides. Israel, where THC and CBD were discovered remains the world capital of cannabis research and development. Cannabis is quickly re-emerging as a safe and effective alternative of truly Biblical proportions.
The current stigmas surrounding cannabis are based on the outdated science and rhetoric of the 1930's. Eliminating misconceptions surrounding cannabis' benefit is crucial in order to advance this important medicament.
The Infinite Creator created the endocannabinoid system as the largest built-in cellular receptor system in the human body--and with that a natural cannabinoid called anandamide. Created in detail to complement our body's every function, the cannabis plant contains over 60 cannabinoids and over 400 other phytochemicals, creating an entourage effect, that no single component could accomplish alone.
Watch this eye-opening video from Israel in a kibbutz-based long term care center, where cannabis has made a big difference in the quality of life of its older residents
Before booking an appointment, visit the webiste that corresponds to your state, either NJ, MA or Israel to review if medical cannabis is right for you. Currently focusing on geriatric consultations, we are only seeing patients over the age of 60 years old, with certain case-by-case exceptions.
***Keep in mind, you do not need special MD permission to purchase & use 100% CBD oil.
Cannabis is not advised for patients who are actively driving (other than pure CBD), nor is it advocated for recreational use in teens, yet the plant is quickly emerging as having an unprecedented safety profile with ubiquitous health applications. While cannabis is not a cure-all, and with more research to be done, the plant's synergy of over 60 cannabinoids can prove an effective approach for a variety of ailments in the aging population and beyond.
Not only is cannabis kosher for healing of all people, but it has deep roots in the Bible, mentioned as an important fiber in the Talmud, the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) and by a variety of rabbinic authorities, including the Ben Ish Chai and the Chofetz Chaim. Pictured above is HaRav Chaim Kanievsky, shlita, giving a blessing on the holy plant for healing prior to Passover. The OU, as well as other kosher certifying organizations, have given their stamp of approval on many food products designed for integrating cannabis as a healing medicament.