Illegalized Marijuana

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Who Illegally Illegalized Marijuana?

Marijuana, A.K.A. (also known as) cannabis and hemp can eliminate pretty much all pollution overnight. It can replace drugs, foods, petrochemicals, fuel, textiles, papers, and etc. easily with no pollution. It needs to be legalized immediately. These are rich greedy people illegally illegalized marijuana and committed a crime against humanity. 

Andrew Carnegie
Andrew Mellon
Harry Anslinger
John D. Rockefeller
Lammont Du Pont
William Randolph Hearst

KOSA Acupuncture describes what benefits marijuana mankind can enjoy and how those criminals illegally illegalized marijuana and committed a crime against humanity. This raises the question, why was marijuana ever illegalized?


  • Benefits of marijuana
  • Difference between marijuana, cannabis, and hemp
  • Crime and conspiracy were committed against humanity

Benefits of marijuana

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The following can be made of marijuana.

Beer, confections, flour, feed, dietary fiber, snacks, non-dairy milk, baking additives, cooking additive, salad dressing, dietary supplements, detergents, spreads, paint, fabric, paneling, pulp, recycling additive, automobile parts, mulch, hemp biodiesel, hemp ethanol/methanol, cigarette paper, bank notes, technical filters, hygiene products, composites for autos, construction & thermal insulation materials, geotextiles, confectionary, baked goods, salad oil, ody care cosmetics, animal food (whole seeds for birds, press-cake for mammalian livestock), gamma-linolenic acid, specialty industrial oils, plastic-molded products, specialty papers, construction fiberboard, biodegradable landscape matting, plant culture products, coarse textiles (carpets, upholstery), fine textiles, animal bedding, thermal insulation, construction (fiberboard, plaster board, etc.), medicinal cannabinoids, essential oil (for flavor & perfume), insect repellent, alcohol, fuel, silage, food, paper products, textiles, medicines, essential oils, nutritional supplements, livestock feed, body care products, molded plastics, paper products, and etc.

Source: Hemp: A New Crop with New Uses for North America

Marijuana can grow virtually any latitude except for arctic and antarctic and doesn’t need herbicides, insecticides, and pesticides.

It can replace pretty much all gas fuel, plastics, vinyl and etc. from petroleum.

In other words, pretty much all pollution attributed to global warming can be eliminated overnight when marijuana becomes legalized as it is supposed to be.

Also, marijuana (cannabis, cannabinoid, and CBD oil) has the following medicinal effects.
You can find other medicinal benefits on various websites.

The pain of multiple sclerosis, nerve pain in general, muscle spasms, tremors in Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, chronic pain, nerve pain, nausea, weight loss, glaucoma, PTSD, epileptic seizures, Dravet’s Syndrome, severe seizure disorder, cancer from spreading at least in cell cultures, anxiety, the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, hepatitis C, inflammatory bowel diseases, arthritis discomfort, stroke, concussions, trauma, nightmares, the pain and nausea from chemotherapy, drinking, opioid overdose deaths, and etc.

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Difference between marijuana, cannabis, and hemp


Differentiating Between Hemp and Cannabis

Both hemp and cannabis ultimately come from the same plant… just different parts. Whether you call something hemp or cannabis will depend on a variety of factors.
According to a 1976 study published by the International Association of Plant Taxonomy concluded “both hemp varieties and marijuana varieties are of the same genus, Cannabis, and the same species, Cannabis Sativa. Further, there are countless varieties that fall into further classifications within the species Cannabis Sativa.”
Health Canada defines hemp as products of Cannabis Sativa that contain less than 0.3 percent THC, whereas US law defines hemp as all parts of any Cannabis Sativa plant containing no psychoactive properties, except for defined exceptions.
However, depending on how the plant is grown and utilized will determine which term is correct. For instance, the term cannabis (or marijuana) is used when describing a Cannabis Sativa plant that is bred for its potent, resinous glands (known as trichomes). These trichomes contain high amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the cannabinoid most known for its psychoactive properties.
Hemp, on the other hand, is used to describe a Cannabis Sativa plant that contains only trace amounts of THC. Hemp is a high-growing plant, typically bred for industrial uses such as oils and topical ointments, as well as fiber for clothing, construction, and much more.a
Only products made from industrial hemp (less than 0.3% THC) are legal to sell, buy, consume, and ship. This single factor (0.3%) is how most people distinguish between what is classified as “hemp” and what is classified as “cannabis.” This limit has led to mass controversy (for good reason), which we will dive into a bit later. But first, let’s take a look at how hemp is utilized all over the world.

Read More: What Is Hemp? Understanding The Differences Between Hemp and Cannabis

Difference between marijuana and cannabis

Marijuana and cannabis are more or less synonymous, although ‘marijuana’ has more negative connotations (see below). Marijuana is the name given to both the whole plant and its dried flowers. So is cannabis, although strictly speaking it should be capitalized and italicized when referring to the plant. This is best explained in the book ‘Cannabis sativa L. – Botany and Biotechnology’:

“Italicized, Cannabis refers to the biological genus name of the plant (of which only one species is commonly recognized, C. sativa L.). Non-italicized, “cannabis” is a generic abstraction, widely used as a noun and adjective, and commonly (often loosely) used for both cannabis plants and/or any or all of the intoxicant preparations made from them.”

Marijuana is also sometimes spelled ‘marihuana’, which is considered more archaic. The reason for the move from the ‘h’ to the ‘j’ spelling is unknown, but there is speculation that as more people got used to the Spanish language, the need for the ‘h’ spelling to give the correct pronunciation diminished.

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