Amy - could you purchase it online?

I don't remember all the details, but I was told by a pharmacist several years 
ago (in Wisconsin where I live) that he was able to obtain medical marijuana 
for a cancer patient, and as far as I know it is not legal here. And of course 
I do know of people who have access to it, and use it for pain etc. - but I 
have no idea where they obtain it.

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From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of Amy 
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 1:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Lysine

I've spent countless hours researching cold sores and remedies for them, and 
NEVER, until now, have I heard anything about cannabis oil as a treatment. But 
now, when I search specifically for that in relation to herpes virus, I'm 
astounded...all this time, there's been a possible cure, and somehow this 
information isn't widely known or shared? Such a shame! And of course, I live 
in a red state that doesn't recognize medical marijuana. What a blow. All of 
the days I've had to miss work, all the pain and physical/mental suffering (my 
outbreaks are terrible and unforgiving, with swollen lymph nodes and fever 
symptoms)...and if only I could get some cannabis oil, I may no longer have to 
suffer. I'll hold out hope. 
Once again, thank you Amani, for your incredibly vast amount of knowledge. You 
literally saved my cat's life, and maybe some day, your shared knowledge will 
save me from the agony of cold sores. 


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> On Jun 21, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Amani Oakley <> wrote:
> Cannabis is an absolutely amazing product. Do your own research. You will see 
> very solid scientific evidence that backs up the many positive effects this 
> substance has. In fact, I was pretty enraged when I did the research. It is 
> clear that the decision to ban this substance was fraught with racial 
> overtones, and was introduced simply because after the demise of prohibition, 
> the government agency tasked with enforcing prohibition, needed a new 
> mandate. It is also appalling that because of this ill-conceived war on 
> drugs, and placing cannabis on Schedule 1 in the United States, virtually all 
> scientific testing was either banned completely, or faced so many obstacles, 
> that most scientists avoided doing any research on it at all. Thus, much of 
> the scientific studies come from Spain and Israel. Oddly enough, when a 
> pharmaceutical company decided to extract one of the key substances from the 
> cannabis plant and market it as Marinol, it suddenly went from having no 
> known medicinal qualities (the criteria to have it listed in Schedule 1) to 
> being a very effective drug which can be marketed and can make lots of money 
> for the drug company.
> Do your own research. There is tons of stuff on the internet. There are 
> Harvard professors and top-notch researchers turning out excellent, amazing 
> research regarding the healing powers of this substance.
> Oh, and the reason why so many of the States are now recognizing it for its 
> medicinal qualities and legalizing it, is because it is unbelievably 
> effective in helping young children suffering from severe forms of epilepsy 
> where they literally convulse hundreds of times an hour, and the only 
> medications heretofore even slightly effective would put these children into 
> complete zombie states. Cannabis not only relieves the unbearable non-stop 
> seizures, but doesn’t affect the children's level of consciousness. Parents 
> in states which have not legalized marijuana have literally moved their whole 
> families to other states to access medical marijuana when they have children 
> suffering these syndromes. Even Republicans have in some instances been moved 
> to back bills legalizing medical marijuana, when they have been confronted 
> with these suffering children. Medical marijuana has also been found to be 
> very effective for PTSD states, such as those suffered by servicemen and 
> women who have served overseas and have witnessed traumatic events. 
> With respect to cancer therapy, one of the worst cancers is the glioma which 
> occurs in the brain. With such a diagnosis, most patients were dead within 6 
> months. Spanish researchers have recently shown that in mice with 
> experimentally-induced gliomas, and treated with cannabinoids, 1/3 showed 
> complete resolution of the glioma, 1/3 showed a standstill in the development 
> of the glioma, and 1/3 showed no improvement. Given that nothing else has 
> been found to be consistently helpful in treating gliomas, these results are 
> nothing short of earth-shattering. 
> Read and learn. I cry when I think of all the people who might have been 
> helped if not for the conspiracy related to this drug. It is deeply deeply 
> disturbing.
> Amani
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of 
> Sent: June-21-17 4:26 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Lysine
> I agree on the cannibinol.  I wonder if maybe some of this is to justify 
> making it legal saying it is for medical reasons.  It can't be all that 
> wonderful, nothing is and when someone tells me that, I get suspicious.
> ---- ROBERT CHAPEL <> wrote: 
> Amy....
> I'm not able to link to the article simply because it was not something I 
> held on to...  At the time I had two FeLV+ young cats and I did NOT want to 
> hear that one of the few things that I COULD do for them was useless....  I 
> mentioned it to a couple of vets who were rather insistent that it IS 
> useful....  Yes/No Maybe so  : )  I chose to believe and did not make a point 
> of keeping the article for reference...  and Amani ( if you happen to read 
> this)  I am getting hopeful about all of the uses of cannabinol ( though I AM 
> suspect when something is said to be useful for everything from Cancer to 
> Transmission Trouble in Oldsmobiles)...  With all the Hoopla there must be a 
> pony in there somewhere..
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