Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Ganja or Cannabis: The Boon of Maheshwara...

It has many names Marijuana, Hemp, Bhang, Ganja, Weed, Pot, but it was first brought down from the Himalayas by Lord Shiva to the Bootagan and later to human beings -- from where it spread throughout the world.



     If any third world nation wants get out from the clutches of debt they owe to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Cannabis or Hemp is the only way. Why so will be explained in later part of this post, but what needs to be understood is that this plant of Boon is not a crop but rather its a weed and can be grown in any climate, region of the planet. 




    In 1936 a movie was released in America called "Reefer Madness" and this highlighted about the harmful effects of Cannabis, so much was the impact that people in America started to hate this wonder plant and it helped the Zionist Evil Cartel to get what they want: MONOPOLY

(If you believe this movie then this post ain't for you...)

     It was a sheer propaganda to create a fear psychosis amongst the American people to abolish the use of this Wonder plant and cultivation of this plant to Monopolise and regulate the market. UNLIKE OPIUM MARIJUANA IS NOT ADDICTIVE.

    Cannabis has a wonder drug called THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which has nil side effects. Cannabis is a wonder drug and can work wonders for people from Creative professions like Poets, Singer, Actors, Artists, Novelists etc.  as this THC will put one directly in an Alpha Brain State

The "alpha state" is where meditation starts and you begin to access the wealth of creativity that lies just below our conscious awareness.  Alpha is also the home of the window frequency known as the Schumann Resonance, which is the resonant frequency of the earth's electromagnetic field.

    In deep meditation, waves of alpha rhythms cascade across the brain, a resonance is created between the meditator and planet whose heart beat is 7.83 hertz. Energy and information which are embedded in the zero point field or ether field are transferred.  

      The planet communicates with us in this primal language of frequencies. Most people are in an alpha state during the short time immediately before they fall asleep and when the conscious nervous system switches over to the subconscious. When we intentionally generate alpha waves and go into resonance with that earthy frequency, we naturally feel better, refreshed, in tune, in synch. It is, in fact, environmental synchronization.

9500 B.C.: Hemp is woven into fabric in India .  Indians being Hindus by religion and vegetarians rarely used animal skins for personal protection. Even the shoes were made of hemp.
5000 BC:—Vedas are written on hemp paper in the North and Palm leaves in the South.
4000 BC:- Ayurveda uses Cannabis for various medications and puts it in writing . 
3500 BC:- The sailors from Kerala take Cannabis Ayurveda preparations to the Pharoah of Egypt . Tarred hemp is used to caulk the ships' planks.

     Bhang ( Cannabis drink ) 

     India is one of very few nations in the world where one can legally stand on the street and have a cannabis drink without fear of being thrown into jail. 

      Cannabis so ingrained in the culture of India even though selling cannabis is prohibited in India. Bhang is a “cannabis milkshake”. It consists of nuts and spices like almonds, pistachios, poppy seeds, pepper, ginger, sugar or honey and mixed with cannabis powder prepared from cannabis plant and boiled with milk. It is then drunk either at normal temperature or cold. It’s usually consumed as milk or yogurt based beverage, famously known as “Bhang ki Thandai” or “Bhang Lassi”

Types of Cannabis:

      Nowadays there are plenty of types of marijuana available but all of them are derived from two cannabis family species. These two essential species are 1. Cannabis Sativa and 2. Cannabis Indica, both are different in terms of their chemical composition, physiological aesthetic, and medical application.

       Indica and Sativa differ in medicinal properties. Sativa strains produce more of a euphoric high, lifting the consumer’s mood and therapeutically relieving stress.  Indica strains relax muscle and work as general analgesics, also helping with sleep. 

      A cancer patient hoping to relieve the pain from chemotherapy would benefit greatly from the effects of an Indica plant bud, whereas an individual dealing with depression would better benefit from a Sativa plant bud.

     The active chemicals responsible for the medicinal effects of marijuana are collectively called cannabinoids. This group includes THC, CBD, and CBN. Sativa’s cannabinoid profile is dominated by high THC levels and low or no CBD levels. Indica's chemical profile shows a more balanced mix, with moderate THC levels and higher levels of CBD."

     In 1937 Zionist Elite Cartels forces US Congress to pass Marijuana tax act which criminalizes the Cannabis drug.

   William Randolph Hearst had a monopoly in the timber Industry making newsprint. Hemp could also make paper, but it was a time consuming and expensive procedure, by the time an inventor by the name of Schlichten made a decorticator, a machine which could make extract fine fibre in a jiffy. 

Fearing that hemp will take away the monopoly of opium and timber industry for making paper, the arms of the Congress were twisted and as a result nobody in USA dared to invest in the decorticator. 

    In 1938, Jewish U.S. company DuPont, a Opium agent of Rothschild,  patented the processes for creating plastics from coal and oil and a new process for creating paper from wood pulp.

     In 1941 the WONDER MEDICINE AND GOD'S GIFT TO MANKIND Cannabis is removed from the U.S. Pharmacopoeia and it's medicinal use is no longer recognized in America.


        One major drawback of cannabis as medicine is the one has to smoke it for consumption, however today, medicinal cannabis patients can use vaporizers, where the essential cannabis compounds are extracted and inhaled. In addition, edible cannabis, which is produced in various baked cookies and cakes is also available, and has long lasting effects.

     Cannabis contains 483 compounds. At least 80 of these are cannabinoids, which are the basis for medical and scientific use of cannabis. This presents the research problem of isolating the effect of specific compounds and taking account of the interaction of these compounds. 

   Cannabinoids serves as appetite stimulants, antiemetics, antispasmodics, and have some analgesic effects. Six important cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant are tetrahydrocannabinol, tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, cannabidiol, cannabinol, β-caryophyllene, and cannabigerol.

      Cannabis helps fight inflammation and counteracts the effects of irritating chemicals in the drug.  Research done by the Scripps Research Institute in California shows that the active ingredient in marijuana, THC, prevents the formation of deposits in the brain associated with Alzheimer's disease. THC was found to prevent an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase from accelerating the formation of "Alzheimer plaques" in the brain more effectively than commercially marketed drugs. 

     THC is also more effective at blocking clumps of protein that can inhibit memory and cognition in Alzheimer’s patients. Cannabinoids can also potentially prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease by reducing tau protein phosphorylation, oxidative stress, and neuroinflammation.

     According to a 2007 and a 2010 study at the California Pacific Medical Centre Research Institute, cannabidiol (CBD) stops breast cancer from spreading throughout the body by down regulating a gene called ID1. This may provide a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy while achieving the same results without the painful and unpleasant side effects.

     Investigators at Columbia University published clinical trial data in 2007 showing that HIV/AIDS patients who inhaled cannabis four times daily experienced substantial increases in food intake with little evidence of discomfort and no impairment of cognitive performance. They concluded that smoked cannabis has a clear medical benefit in HIV-positive patients.

      A study by University in Madrid found that chemicals in cannabis can kill brain cancer cells. 

      Smoking marijuana shortly after having a stroke prevents the swelling of the brain and much of the brain damage and loss of function associated with strokes. Smoking pot has absolutely no toxicity to human tissues.

     Cannabis is the only cure for Epilepsy...   Period

     Hemp is a woody, herbaceous plant, each growing season it reaches a height of twelve to twenty feet, and grow well in any climate or soil condition. Its roots penetrate deep a foot per month, breaking up compacted and overworked soil, combating soil erosion. 

     Since it grows so quickly, it could be a year round crop, harvested twice a year, or it could be planted as a second crop, after harvest of a different one.

    The plant is able to provide all basic needs of humans anywhere on the planet from food, medicine, treeless shelter and paper, clothing and other textiles, renewable fuel alternative to those presently creating acid rain, global warming, and deforestation.

     An acre of hemp provides the same amount of cellulose and fibre pulp required to make paper products and pressed or particleboard, as four acres of trees, while producing four to seven times less pollution. 

    Hemp is softer, warmer, stronger and more absorbent than cotton, and it doesn't require the agricultural chemicals that cotton does. Rivers could recover from paper industry chemicals.

     Nutrition wise, hemp seed is the highest in essential fatty acids and the lowest in saturated fats. It can be made into a tofu-like curd at a cheaper cost than soya, sprouted to make milk and ice cream or for use in salad, ground and used like flour, or pressed for making oil, whose by-product is a high protein animal feed.

      Hemp can also be used as fuel for industrial use, electricity, transportation -each acre is capable of yielding 1,000 gallons of methanol; that's ten tons per acre every four months. It's an annually renewable fuel source, that can be grown for this purpose , very cheap.

     It improves air quality, reducing our dependence on foreign oil, and bringing millions of jobs in energy production, distributing wealth to rural areas and moving away from monopolies.
The hurds (pulp left over after fiber is removed) are 77% cellulose that could be used to produce chemicals, biodegradable plastics, paint, dynamite, and fibers. 

     Marijuana did not cause any kind of violence, and that it also had positive effects on it's smokers. Marijuana never acted as a 'gateway drug'; as a matter of fact it has been used for alcohol addiction treatment.

    Some therapeutic uses of smoking Cannabis: Stops asthma attacks, reduces ocular pressure of those with Glaucoma, relieves nausea, stimulates appetites of chemotherapy patients and anorexics, lung expectorant, antispasmodic, reduces intensity of epileptic seizures, relieves symptoms of muscular dystrophy, relieves migraine headaches, lowers blood pressure, relaxes muscles, relieves stress, promotes a restful sleep, relieves dementia and depression, and invokes positive 'vibrations'-all without the negative, and sometimes deadly side effects of pharmaceuticals. 

    The plants antibiotic cannabidiolic acids can be applied in a topical form to treat gonorrhea, herpes, arthritis, rheumatism, and cystic fibrosis. Cannabiniods, the plants active compounds, when injected directly into cancerous brain tumours were found to completely destroy the tumours, while leaving normal cells untouched. More recent studies show that THC even has its own unique receptor sites in the brain, to which, so far, no other compounds have been found to bind. 

     Further studies reveals that cannabis or cannabinoids can be useful for treating alcohol abuse, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, collagen-induced arthritis, asthma, atherosclerosis, bipolar disorder, colorectal cancer, HIV-Associated Sensory Neuropathy depression, dystonia, epilepsy, digestive diseases,essential tremors, Gliomas, Hepatitis C, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Parkinson's disease, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Psoriasis, Sleep Apnea.

      It can be used to relieve pain, muscle spasms, headaches, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, depression, cramps, panic attacks, diarrhoea, and itching. Others used cannabis to improve sleep, relaxation, appetite, concentration or focus, and energy. 

   Some patients used it to prevent medication side effects, anger, involuntary movements, and seizures, while others used it as a substitute for other prescription medications and alcohol. Cannabis prevents the wasting syndromes and chronic loss of appetite associated with chemotherapy and AIDS, along with a variety of rare muscular and skeletal disorders.

As early as 4200 BC, Charaka, the Father of Medicine , used Cannabis leaves for osmosis hot water immersion baths for spine injury related spasms, epilepsy seizures, dementia, Severe Arthritis Pain, nausea, and PMS cramps. He knew the anti-oxidative, neuro-protective and anti-inflammatory properties of Cannabis.
     The seeds of Cannabis  is used for a great variety of affections, and are considered to be tonic, laxative, diuretic and corrective. They are made into a Kanjee or soup by boiling with water, mixed with wine and beaten into a paste. 

    And this are some prime reasons which worries the pharmaceutical sector if marijuana were to be legalized, right away it would replace 90% of pharmaceutical drugs, taking away millions and billions of dollars from pharmaceutical companies, who have so far been unsuccessful at synthetically replicating the positive effects of marijuana.

   Half of the "lobbying" funds contributed to US Govt from 'against marijuana' groups come from American pharmaceutical drug companies. 

     When smoked, the short-term effects of cannabis manifest within seconds and are fully apparent within a few minutes, typically lasting for 2 to 3 hours, varying upon the person and strain of marijuana.

      Of the 2000 cannabis plants varieties known on this planet, about 90% contain low-grade THC and are most useful for their fibre, seeds and medicinal or psychoactive oils. The highest THC and special effects Cannabis is found in India.  Three  main species of Cannabis is widely recognised: C. indica, C. ruderalia, and C. sativa.

      Hemp is environmentally very friendly as it requires no pesticides and herbicides. It has been called a carbon-negative raw materialCannabis Sativa is the variety grown for industrial use, while Cannabis Indica (generally has poor fibre quality) and is primarily used for recreational and medicinal purposes.

There are three types of cannabis used in India . 

The first, bhang, consists of the leaves and plant tops of the marijuana plant. It is usually consumed as an infusion in beverage form, and varies in strength according to how much cannabis is used in the preparation. 

The second, ganja, consisting of the leaves and the plant tops, is smoked.

   The third, called charas or hashish, consists of the resinous buds and/or extracted resin from the leaves of the marijuana plant. Some of the wandering ascetics in India known as sadhus smoke charas out of a clay chillum. Cannabis was employed by them to go into a trance, as “necromancers" to set forward time and reveal future events.

   Long forgotten events are often recalled and thoughts occur in unrelated sequences. Perception of time, and occasionally of space, is altered. Visual and auditory hallucinations follow the use of large doses. 

    Euphoria, excitement, inner happiness – often with hilarity and laughter – are typical. In some cases, a final mood of depression may be experienced. While behaviour is sometimes impulsive, violence or aggression is seldom induced.

   In modern times HEMP is used for INDUSTRIAL purposes including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, construction (as with Hemcrete and insulation), body products, health food and bio-fuel. Hemp is thus legally grown in many countries across the world including Spain, China, Japan, Korea, France, North Africa and Ireland. 

     Hemp is grown for milk animal fodder ( oil cakes ) and for a wide variety of purposes including the manufacture of cordage, durable clothing and nutritional products. 

     The oil from the seeds oxidises and hence hemp oil is a drying oil, like Linseed oil. Hemp oil is used in the manufacture of oil-based paints, in creams as a moisturising agent, for cooking, and in plastics.

      Hemp seeds can be eaten raw, ground into a meal, sprouted, made into hemp milk (akin to soy milk),  and used in baking. The fresh leaves can also be consumed in salads. Products include cereals, frozen waffles, hemp tofu, nut butters, protein powders , ice creams and even cosmetics. Hemp seed oil has found some use in the production of soaps, shampoos and detergents. 

    The oil is of high nutritional value because its 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 essential fatty acids, which matches the balance required by the human body. Approximately 44% of the weight of hemp seed is healthy edible oils, Hemp seed's amino acid profile is close to "complete" when compared to more common sources of proteins such as meat, milk, eggs and soy. 

      Hemp protein contains all 21 known amino acids, including the 9 essential ones adult bodies cannot produce. Proteins are considered complete when they contain all the essential amino acids in sufficient quantities and ratios to meet the body's needs. Hemp seed oil has a relatively low smoke point and is not suitable for frying.

    Concrete-like blocks made with hemp and lime have been used as an insulating material for construction. A mixture of fibreglass, hemp fibre, kenaf, and flax has been used since 2002 to make composite panels for automobiles.

      Hemp rope was used in the age of sailing ships, though the rope had to be protected by tarring. Hemp rope was phased out when Manila, which does not require tarring, became widely available. Hemp-fibres were also used as part of a caulking that made the hull of sailing ships watertight. 

     Hemp seeds are 44% oil and can be used to create natural organic ethanol or methanol. Ethanol blends of 10%-15% blend massively reduces emissions. Pure Ethanol releases no black soot like how oil dirties car engines and exhaust pipes. 

   Hemp can produce 10 times more methanol than corn. Hemp fuel burns clean. Petroleum causes acid rain due to sulfur pollution. The use of hemp fuel does not contribute to environmental pollution nor “global climate change”.
Henry Ford used hemp to not only construct cars but also fuel them. Hemp fuel is biodegradable; so oil spills become fertilizer not eco-catastrophes. Hemp fuel does not contribute to sulfur dioxide air poisoning. Other noxious emissions like carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons are radically slashed by using “biodiesel.”.

    Henry Ford’s first Model-T was built to run on hemp gasoline and the car itself was constructed from hemp. On his large estate, Ford was photographed among his hemp fields. The car, ‘grown from the soil,’ had hemp plastic panels whose impact strength was 10x stronger than steel; --Popular Mechanics, 1941.


    Hemp is relatively insensitive to cold temperatures and can withstand frost down to -5 degrees C.  The soil invading roots  can access ground water supplies from deeper soil layers.  Industrial hemp methanol would be an inexpensive, healthy alternative – giving us freedom from using hydrocarbon fuels and replacing them with healthy carbohydrate fuels. There are some commercial kitchens stoves that can use methanol without upgrading the equipment. It’s  clean, efficient, inexpensive energy…and a renewable one at that.

   Hemp could serve as a replacement for many petroleum-based products like fuel and plastics. Many countries are re-instituting hemp studies and hemp cultivation as part of the "green" movement. Hemp gave high-grade food oil that was also used for lamp oil, the production of paint and eco soap.

   Hemp is 77% cellulose, which is the main component for fuel. Methanol from hemp is clean, renewable, and does not require large amounts of dangerous chemicals to process.

Now you get the drift why Lord Shiva gave this Cannabis plant as a gift, to this planet? 

And how greedy multi-national corporates "lobbied" with politicians wants to paint a boon as a bane.

     Well, I hope now that you might be aware of the benefits of Cannabis, and what has to be known about i the evil clutches of the Zionist Cartel who have been able to keep us away for more than a century by which the Human Race has suffered a lot under the hands of the few, 

     In about a year or Two from now America will legalise this wonder plant and lets hope with it governments all over the world will ease its stand on this Wonder plant.


May Maa Bharti shower her Grace on You,

Jayan Divakaran.

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