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Something that came to mind. So how relevant would 'medicine' be 1. Had every individual on earth practiced yoga/their breathing exercises. 2. Had all countries legalised the use of tetrahydrocannabinol. Okey for the latter I'm assuming every user avoids addiction.

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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC20965/&ved=0ahUKEwipw86ktp_TAhVnsFQKHexBAb4QFggcMAE&usg=AFQjCNHP59bMGFO8UG7bMNSyH0p4WYZ1cQ this is to your post and ill post a second one momentarily

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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrahydrocannabinol&ved=0ahUKEwipw86ktp_TAhVnsFQKHexBAb4QFgguMAY&usg=AFQjCNGXlI3Jf07yqxuAakoH_8dOnGPQ1w here is anther link to dronabinol or delta9

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1. Not sure, and I don't think we will know until the world tries it. That being said, I am sure that individuals have found better health from practicing Yoga and or Breathing techniques

2. I live in a place where the use of Recreational and Medicinal Marijuana is as common as alcohol or ciggarettes. That being said, I have heard a lot of talk and seen several studies where Cannabanoids, and THC as you pointed out, are used to heal the subject of Cancers, Diseases, Mental Disorders (including but not limited to PTSD, Stress disorders, Cognitive dissabilities, etc), and to improve overall mental health of patients. Many of these studies had promising and positive results. We also often see small experiements done online through videos and articles stating the before and after affects of using Tetrahydrocannabinol on peopel with Parkinson's, Fibromyalgia and more.

I believe THC is a future of the medical science - and anyone with a brain in the medical field has known this for quite some time (maybe even as far back as the 50's when it was hyped up to be as bad as it is in the US - a polotical scheme that pushed a racist and fear based agenda). And I do mean "A" future. I think with more research, we will see that it has promising effects on all the things listed above and may even, in my opinoin, hold the cure to Cancer.

Then again, even if Marijuana use both recreational and medicinal is legalized say, everywhere, I would still want my doctor being the one prescribing me my dosage should I need it and I would like to have a professional that I trust have at least some say on what I may need to become healthy again. So I think the medical profession, regardless of if both your points come to fruition, would be useful just the same.


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I should also like to add that the place where I reside has LEGAL usage of Marijuana. It is not an illegal substance in my state.


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Delta 9 is legal in the united states i have prescribed it before though i prefer not to because it is a very addictive narcotic.


Have you ever tried meditation instead of using medicine that can be addictive

Yoga is one of the most stress relieving remedies other that medication

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Hi UnitedKngdom!

Are you saying that medicine and the medical profession would not be considered as necessary as it is if we all simply just did yoga and used pot? How do either of these help someone's small child who develops an illness or infection? Or the person who was just severely injured in an auto accident? Or how about a person who has just broken a bone in a fall or who is having a heart attack or stroke? Do we just tell them all to stretch, breathe, and enjoy a 'special brownie'? And what about diagnostic medicine, etc? Are these also included as part of the 'irrelevant' category?

Am I misinterpreting this topic? Did you mean a more contracted, specific category of medicine and medical practice? Because even though the main focus seems to be on the use of thc in your thread, the way you have presented it points in a very different, all-encompassing direction. Please help me understand!

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I don't really see the part where my post focuses on THC. Maybe you can help explain that for me.
Great question on your overall response though, I have to admit. But please when raising these questions do keep in mind that humanity goes way back and 'medicine' is relatively new (check Brysings post on the magic fungus at the top on this forum) . Anyway yoga is like exercise, it keeps you healthy and with increased oxygen levels the body is immune to disease and in turn means the pregnant yogist will give birth to a healthier child and reduces the the risk of having a heart attack . THC is in itself a painkiller , cures mental disorders, stress, enhances intelligence, provides the physical body with energy, helps with vivid imagination and possibly cures cancer.
Again if you had taken a little time off your busy schedule to research the benefits of yoga and breathing techniques and the advantages associated with the use of THC you would not have asked any of this.

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In addition I can with absolutely no trace of a doubt assure you that millions of injured individuals have died in the hands of paramedics and inside medical hospitals. Many have had their limbs cut off and or remained permanently disabled after being discharged from a medical hospital.

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yes that's all very true and all about not having those medicines in the past. But we are in the present right now. When people are in a lot of pain, or are dying, it can change how they think. No patient I have ever met would ever choose yoga breaths over morphine, or do a couple of stretches instead of taking insulin.

Sure, taking breathing exercises and doing yoga or smoking weed have some medical pros, but if they were really that effective, surely more countries would have legalised weed and they wpuld be more widely used, instead of looking into new and innovative medicines.


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