Cannabis oil-Just another Plant-based Nutrient for the ‘Tax Collectors’ to Make Impotent & Feed our Lust for ‘Getting High’-Poverty Makers-Ignorance & Desire!

Cannabis oil

Cannabis oil-Just another Plant-based Nutrient for the ‘Tax Collectors’ to Make Impotent & Feed our Lust for ‘Getting High’-Poverty Makers-Ignorance & Desire??

Inspired by: Green Relief…

It cannot be found at the grocery store next to the extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar….Yet?

Is it only to be used for just GET HIGH & REMAIN  in an UNPRODUCTIVE  ‘CATATONIC’ STATE…(Like ‘high school’ mentality for ALCOHOL)

or is it Medicine to heal the mind, mind, body &soul?

Will Cannabis oil be used to  displace deadly addiction:

Alcohol, pharma, etc…

May be a workable plant-based solution…Only if it is RESEARCHED & REGULATED…



as well as ALCOHOL & PHARMA 

& MORE IMPORTANTLY the Missing PLANT PROTEIN in our ‘Green House Producing’ CAFO SOCIETY….


Winston Churchill  Walking with Destiny!!

Using alcohol as a ‘Controlled Burn’ to defeat Nazi Germany!

Alcohol is a solvent & will destroy CNS & Neural tissue in proportion in  the amount consumed…

Churchill drank no more that could be restored in a 24 hour period.

(Modern CAFO processed foods – would likely not be possible today)

Greenhouse Gas Factories-Generators’…

(Ban GMO, CAFO will collapse 

 & Restore our Plant Earth)

Other CAFO Traps-… ‘

**GLUTEN FREE- may be mostly STARCH (a non-nutrient).


(Read Ingredients label on the BACK of package) …

Many say ‘Gluten-Free on the front-up to 50% starches on the back…

Starch is a (Non-NUTRIENT – ‘DISPLACING’ – ‘PLANT PROTEIN” TO SUPPORT the Thinking Brain…


**  Roasted – Raw nuts, Seeds  – Destroys Omega 3 –

(Label should read  ‘SOAKED or SPROUTED’) … 

SOAKING  – Like Rain (OR A Bath) that removes the UNCLEAN –

 ‘disease-causing ‘naturally occurring’ devices for adaptive qualities for the survival  of the Plant!

**  Non-GMO…Ice Cream – Really.??


Ban GMO & Remove A large share of Greenhouse gasses that are SLOWLY DESTROYING OUR PLANT!!


Which company will develop SPECTOETERS  to detect DEAD BACTERIA, CORTISOL & GMO (with Magnified Vital Glutens & Lectins in the Peels) …. 

I will buy the stock!

**  Ancient Grain May not be GMO

but the CAFO process it to ’Over-Mill’ …DILUTES (or REMOVES) the  Plant Protein (Thinking brain support)….

Read Ingredient (back) for Protein – 4 or less..DO NOT BUY!!



** Fat-Free- Omega 3 oil is needed always in the “prescribed” amount for the Thinking brain to Think!

Motor-like oils-shelf life -BODY FOOD ONLY ((OBESITY,  etc…Disease-causing!

Cannabis oil

May be a workable plant-based solution…Only if it is RESEARCHED & REGULATED…



as well as ALCOHOL & PHARMA

What is it?  

(Like Organic, Non-GMO & Gluten-Free, Fat FeeL-IT IS NOT REGULATED OR MONITORED!   

Buyer-Be-Ware & always GOOGLE

Here’s the quick answer: 

Cannabis oil is a thick substance made up of cannabinoids extracted from the cannabis PLANT…

(Plant (unaltered or diluted)  -a good thing will likely be DILUTED by The Tax Collectors & Money Changes of our Modern (CAFO) Age….over the centuries ‘TAKING MORE THAN THEIR PRESCRIBED PORTION’


Our Temple  (Prefrontal Brain) cannot change water into wine!

But that’s not very helpful, is it?

If that definition means nothing to you, don’t worry —

It’s about to get a whole lot clearer.

You might have questions like:

What exactly counts as cannabis oil?

What are cannabinoids?

How do you extract cannabinoids from cannabis to make cannabis oil?

But before we get into answering those questions, it’s important to clarify what we’re talking about when we say “cannabis oil”.

The many names of cannabis oil

Will the real cannabis oil please stand up?

Grasping what cannabis oil is would be much easier if it didn’t go by nearly a dozen different terms.

You might’ve heard cannabis oil called different names, such as:

LIKE PROTEIN IN ALTERNATIVE MILK-0-3 grams of Protein….Criminal..

(Ingredient label tells all (‘thin slice of Plant Protein…-ARE ANY OF THESE PRODUCTS REGULATED 

  • Marijuana oil
  • Cannabinoid oil
  • THC oil
  • CBD oil
  • Cannabidiol oil
  • Hemp oil
  • Hash oil

How about Full Extract Cannabis Oil (FECO)?

Maybe you’ve heard someone refer to it as Rick Simpson oil (RSO)?

Perhaps you’ve read about it recently as butane hash oil (BHO) or honey oil?

As you can tell, different names can be confusing. It’s hard to understand these terms in relation to each other because they don’t necessarily fall into the same category.

What do we mean? 

Well, THC oil and CBD oil are cannabis oil, but a particular cannabis oil may or may not be considered THC oil or CBD oil.

In other words, cannabis oil is an umbrella term for different, specific oils. This has implications on what the oil is used for and in some jurisdictions, its legality. As you can probably guess, THC oil isn’t as acceptable as CBD oil.

To further confuse matters, sometimes two terms refer to the same thing like Full Extract Cannabis Oil (FECO) which is just another name for Rick Simpson oil (RSO).

Meanwhile, honey oil is a nickname for butane hash oil (BHO) and butane hash oil just refers to the process in which individuals use butane to extract the cannabinoids.

Butane hash oil, which also goes by “shatter” and “wax”, has blown up over the past few years, both literally and figuratively.

It gained widespread recognition through “dabbing”, a dance move craze allegedly based on the act of sneezing after using BHO. At the same time, FEMA warned the public about BHO literally blowing up: There was a reported spike in kitchen explosions due to people using butane for extractions.

To bring us full circle, hash oil is just another umbrella term that’s equivalent to cannabis oil or marijuana oil.

And what about hemp oil, you ask?

It has nothing to do with hash oil outside of their shared cannabis ancestor.

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What “cannabis oil” usually refers to

To answer the question “what is cannabis oil?”, one has to have a clear understanding of what cannabis is.

Cannabis is the name of the plant’s genus. Its two major species, among others, are cannabis sativa and cannabis indica.

Strains of both sativa and indica produce what’s popularly referred to as “marijuana”, which is used for recreational and medicinal purposes.

Hemp, another misunderstood term, is a strain of cannabis sativa and it is used for industrial purposes like textiles.

While marijuana and hemp both come from the same species, they’re different strains bred for different reasons. In short: They are not the same thing. Their concentration of specific cannabinoids is different as well.

Specifically, hemp’s concentration of CBD is high while its concentration of THC is quite low. This hasn’t stopped the two from being linked in the popular imagination so much so that hemp was viewed as a “pariah plant” for decades.

The key takeaway here is that the concentration of THC in hemp is low. The acceptable level of THC in hemp is about one percent while marijuana has at least three percent.

So if the distinguishing factor is THC and CBD, what exactly are they and how are the two related? That leads us to our second big question.


What are cannabinoids and how do they relate to cannabis oil?

Cannabinoids are a category of active compounds in cannabis, and they’re responsible for marijuana’s physical effects.

That said, not all of these cannabinoids are necessarily psychoactive, meaning they don’t all cause the mind-altering effects we associate with smoking weed.

Cannabinoids engage with several receptors throughout the body that affect functions like sleep and appetite. 


ccording to a 2005 study, there are over 100 known cannabinoids in the cannabis plant.

Out of the several identified cannabinoids, the two most well-known cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). Put bluntly, THC is the compound commonly known as the stuff that gets you “high”. 

On the other hand, CBD is associated with medicinal benefits.

In essence, this answers one of the biggest questions for people considering using medical cannabis: Will smoking marijuana as medicine get me high?

Yes and no. It depends on the concentration of either of these active compounds in the plant you choose to use.

By extracting these cannabinoids to make cannabis oil — also known as cannabinoid oil — 

A higher concentration & a stronger effect for either recreational or medicinal purposes.


How cannabis oil is made

The medical extraction process is complex, intensive, and requires multi-million dollar machinery. Alternatively, creating cannabis oil at home can be a relatively straightforward process and some people do make their own.

Individuals use a solvent to extract the cannabinoids. Popular solvents include ethanol and olive oil. Once the cannabinoid oil is extracted, the solvent gets evaporated.

Interest in cannabis oil grew thanks to Rick Simpson, who claimed to have cured his skin cancer using cannabis oil and shared his method for extracting it. Since then, several other cannabis oil enthusiasts have come out to promote their own variations on the recipe.


What are the medical benefits of cannabis oil?

Governments have criminalized the use and sale of cannabis for decades, but conversations about its medical benefits have caused a shift in public opinion. It’s no wonder then that people who use it for treatment welcome the availability of highly concentrated products like cannabis oil with open arms.

There still isn’t much research on the medical benefits of cannabis and cannabis oil. Moreover, studies focus on the health benefits of specific cannabinoids as opposed to cannabis or cannabis oil in general. Nevertheless, there are some studies that lend support to claims from cannabis users about its efficacy.


Palliative care for cancer patients

For individuals with terminal illnesses, the focus shifts to comfort as opposed to finding a cure. The daily struggle of living with certain diseases can be unbearable and severely limiting.

Interestingly, using cannabis (or cannabis oil) for palliative care isn’t innovative. Doctors in the 19th and early 20th century used cannabis to manage symptoms for patients suffering awful deaths.

One nineteenth century doctor, Sir W.B. O’Shaughnessy, used a cannabis extract to ease the suffering of a rabies patient. The patient, Hakim Abdullah, could barely drink water without experiencing intense paroxysms. The extract allowed him to eat and eventually die in comfort.

Today, studies indicate that cannabinoids do indeed reduce nausea and pain and return appetite, particularly for cancer patients.


Inhibition of cancer cells

People like Rick Simpson may be onto something, although it isn’t yet clear to what extent that is.

Researchers in China studied the impact of a synthetic cannabinoid on a very deadly form of liver cancer. They found that the cannabinoid could potentially be used to treat this devastating illness.


Arthritis treatment

Cannabis oil may offer relief for yet another painful, and at times debilitating, condition: arthritis. Studies have found that cannabidiol (CBD) can be used as an anti-arthritic therapeutic.

While costly pharmaceutical-strength drugs can lead to dangerous side effects over time, CBD oil can suppress T-cell function which causes the development of rheumatoid arthritis

In 2016, researchers found that inflammation and pain could also be reduced using a transdermal cannabidiol.


Multiple sclerosis

There’s growing evidence that cannabinoids can provide relief from multiple sclerosis symptoms such as pain, tremors, spasticity, and nocturia. In addition to anecdotal support, researchers have evidence from limited clinical trials and animal testing.

The high-profile medicinal benefits of cannabis oil get the most attention. Needless to say, there are several other uses for cannabis oil that may not be as game-changing as curing cancer or multiple sclerosis. However, they are useful in their own right for improving a person’s day-to-day lifestyle.

As scientists conduct more research, it’s only expected that we’ll learn more about the treatment possibilities of cannabis oil.


How can you use cannabis oil?

Cannabis oil’s versatility allows it to be used both:

  • Topically: One study suggests cannabis oil can help with inflammation and acne.
  • Orally: Cannabis oil can be taken orally to treat some of the many ailments listed earlier.

Cannabis oil can also be used in cooking or baking.

The Sum Up

In conclusion, cannabis oil is simply a more concentrated version of cannabis. People who take cannabis oil feel the effects of cannabis — recreational or medicinal — much more intensely.

Its power derives from the cannabinoids which are extracted from the plant…

While it is illegal in Canada with the exception of authorized users, the stigma around cannabis and cannabis oil is dissipating more and more with each day that goes by.

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The End to Senseless Loss of Lives – END to GMO & SAVE US ALL & Donuts & Return to Sanity!  THE WALL TO BE TAKEN DOWN-GMO!!

Dee Wagner-Hinkle

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Website:… (under construction)…

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Caused by SAD (Dead Foods) Diet….

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Dee Wagner-Hinkle

Great Minds…Discuss Ideas!

Average Minds…Discuss Events!

Small Minds…Discuss People!

Smaller Minds…Gossip…

“Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are”…

Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote, in Physiologie du Gout, ou Meditations de Gastronomie Transcendante, 1826: “Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es.” 

We are what we believe we are.

C. S. Lewis 

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