Marijuana MEDICINE for HIV/Aids Patients…

What You Need To Know

Throughout man's history marijuana has always been known as one of the most therapeutic plants in the world.

Marijuana is not addictive.

Our research, backed by hundreds of other studies done worldwide, has proven properly made marijuana medicine provides relief for HIV/Aids patients. Throughout thousands of years of medicinal use marijuana has been known as a cure-all and not without good reason. We have provided marijuana medicine to hundreds of people with various medical conditions and the results speak for themselves.

Millions of people enjoy smoking marijuana, but this is the least effective way to use the plant medicinally. The real medical miracles occur when the marijuana is ingested, drank in tea, cooked in cookies/brownies or used topically on skin infections or diseases - then watch what happens! Marijuana is real medicine straight from Mother Nature, not some concoction of chemicals and poisons produced in a pill factory somewhere.

Supporting Documentation:

Drug Plicy Alliance.... July 2000 Headlines Read...Study Finds Pot Safe For Aids Patients... by Dr. Donald Abrams [1]

In the first government-sanctioned test of the effects of marijuana on people infected with the AIDS virus, a San Francisco study has found that the patients on pot came out of a 21-day trial just as fit and quite a bit fatter than when they started.

Medical News Today....  February 2007 Headlines Read… Marijuana Relieves HIV Nerve Pain… by Dr. Donald Abrams [2]

Smoking marijuana effectively relieves chronic HIV-associated nerve pain, including aching, painful numbness, and burning, according to a study published in the February 13, 2007, issue of Neurology®, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology…. Participants in the study reported no serious side effects.

Summary of Cannabis and HIV/AIDS

The effectiveness of cannabis for treating symptoms related to HIV/AIDS is widely recognized and has been proven in numerous studies and has been recognized by several comprehensive, government- sponsored reviews, including those conducted by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the U.K. House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, the Australian National Task Force on Cannabis, and others. [3]


Keith Vines... I am an Assistant District Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco, a position I have held since 1985. I am a retired Air Force Captain and JAG Corps prosecutor, a former foot soldier in the war on drugs, and the proud father of a son who will turn 18 this summer. I am also an AIDS patient who credits medical marijuana as an important link to saving my life. [4]

Daniel J. Kane... After several prescription medications had given me no relief, my doctor informed me that marijuana, in small quantities, might act as both an anti-nauseant and an appetite stimulant. I tried smoking marijuana to combat the nausea. I found that it reduced my nausea and restored my appetite, allowing me to eat and regain my strength with no noticeable side effects. [5]

Michael Cheslosky... I am a resident of Santa Cruz diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Medical marijuana was originally recommended to treat my nausea and chronic pain and has proven to be more effective than any of the numerous other treatments I have tried. [6]

In closing, at we will help you with Health Canada’s Regulation and paperwork and get you on the Medical Marijuana Program. With your doctor’s consent (the paperwork is available on this site for your doctor to fill out), you will be able to start receiving medical marijuana by prescription delivered right to your doorstep once a month! We will find you a designated grower who will supply you with your monthly prescription. We will guarantee the quality of the marijuana you receive is the best BC Bud available and that your quantity is exactly what your prescription is (either 5g, 10g or 15g per day). To start receiving medical marijuana or for more information, contact us as soon as possible.

Information Resources:

[1] Drug Plicy Alliance - July 2000 - Headlines Read… Study Finds Pot Safe For Aids Patients
[2] Medical News Today-February 2007-Headlines Read… Marijuana Relieves HIV Nerve Pain
[3] Summary of Cannabis and HIV/AIDS
[4] Keith Vines
[5] Daniel J. Kane
[6] Michael Cheslosky

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