Cannabis Science inc, offered to provide 1 million doses of their new product to HSA today at COST!
The Company’s non-toxic lozenge has properties that could alleviate many of the symptoms and harmful effects of the H5N1 bird flu and H1N1 swine flu viruses, and has offered its assistance to HSA today in a letter to Secretary Napolitano. The Company has offered to produce up to 1 million doses of its whole-cannabis lozenge, and provide them to HSA for distribution at cost.
The fresh new company, which is still waiting on their NASDAQ ticker, indicated they have proof their lozenge would provide relief to those suffering from symptoms of the Swine Flu.
Cannabis Science Inc., President & CEO, Steven W. Kubby said, “We have the science and preliminary anecdotal results confirming the anti-inflammatory properties of our new lozenges and indicating they may present an effective and non-toxic treatment for minimizing the symptoms and harm from influenza infections.
The company warns users of Cannabis that if you have been diagnosed with H1N1, the Swine Flu, avoiding “Smoking” Cannabis:
Dr. Melamede, who is also a researcher and past Chairman of the Biology Department at the University of Colorado Springs (UCCS), cautioned, “Smoked marijuana will not effectively prevent the excessive inflammatory response, despite delivering the beneficial pharmacological agents, due to the irritating, pro-inflammatory nature of smoke. In fact, I believe it will make things worse and should be avoided by infected individuals.”
How much evidence does our government require before they will accept Science over Politics and LEGALIZE Marijuana?
Please take just a few minutes out of your day and “Share” a copy of this article with your elected officials. Let them know that Cannabis is a medicine, and if they don’t like it, they should talk to God, Allah, Buddha, or the Super Friends and sort our their ethical dilemma.
In the mean time, the H5N1 bird flu currently has 63% lethality. A swine-derived H1N1 strain was responsible for 20,000,000 influenza associated deaths in 1918 (more than killed by World War I). The current lethal outbreak of swine flu (H1N1) in Mexico has killed over 80 people and infected more than 1,400 others. There are 20 confirmed cases in the United States, with reports of infections in Texas, New York, Ohio, California and Kansas. Additional reports identify possible cases in New Zealand, Canada, Spain, France and Israel. The H1N1 Swine flu is a porcine respiratory disease caused by type A flu viruses. Human cases occur in people who are around pigs, but an infected person can transmit the disease to another person. Symptoms include a high fever, body aches, coughing, sore throat and respiratory congestion.
If you think you might be infected, please seek immediate medical assistance. Anyone with any kind of a compromised immune system or those who live in squalid conditions, should seek help immediately. If you can’t afford medical assistance, please contact your local municipal medical facility and ask for advice; they will likely treat you for reduced or in many cases, at no cost.