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Can Pot Cure Meth Addiction?

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Uploaded on Jan 2, 2010

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By studying the Marijuana Symposium in Mendocino CA in 2008 to try to understand how an area goes from pot illegal to legal Paula Gloria was impressed with many things. Mostly how a community needs to work together to overcome problems of monopoly and monopolists...for in a way the cheap and sleezy meth labs turning out an addictive product that in other parts of society is accepted when handed out with a prescription as an "anti-depression" drug is a tragic expression of an unmet need for meaning when education is incomplete and employment is available at all not fulfilling.
Could the problems of "Marijuana Inc" be an expression of not understanding the plant fully for its gifts far beyond only THC and that it could really be the "people's plant" if knowledge were free and not managed?
Paula is speculating only that perhaps the worse problem that Mendocino faces, that of meth labs might actually be addressed by using the still unknown to the public parts of the cannabis plant that could address the craving of an addict, perhaps in oil or juicing the Cinderella-like leaves.
Thanks again to Johnson Digital Media and Paula Gloria is eager for feedback and any corrections of her theory/hope on the meth problem possibly being addressed by the correct hemp plant and process.

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