Carlos Sousa 
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Re: “Fact: Cannabis Kills MRSA, Disrupts Prion Diseases

Fact: Cannabis is one of the most versatile drugs that COULD be used to treat or even cure a great many deal of illnesses.

Fact: The main reason why Cannabis is and most likely will never be legalized (federally) is beacause the farmaceutical companies cant make a profit whith it, why? Beacause they cannot patent something that exists in nature.

A few months ago i read an article of a couple of canadians that discovered a easy and abundant CURE for a large variety of cancers... but most likely will never be used because it also cant be patented because its a form of acid (not that kind) that exist abundantly in nature... and yet we fail to realize that the biggest drug of all is MONEY... how irinic...

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Posted by Carlos Sousa on 07/31/2013 at 11:27 AM

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