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CD #17: Updates, Warnings and Suggestions

By Hempology | April 24, 2008

Updates, Warnings and Suggestions
by Gayle Quin

There are many wonderful announcements to make this spring. The club is finally getting out of debt! Credits have been extended to $10 and emergencies are accessible every 4 months. Prices for larger quantities of medicine will be coming down soon, for the first time ever. There will be more changes to come! The staff has started receiving benefits as well. A very special thanks to everyone for the support through the hard times!

The second year of UVSS Hempology 101 Lecture Series is officially over, and we would like to give a very grateful thank-you to Scott McDonald, Paul Hornby, Jason Wilcox, and Mark Emery who appeared as guest speakers, as well as to the wonderful folks that helped with all the technical stuff to get it on-line, and those that stayed at work so we could go. It was a very wonderful year and I personally am already excited about 2008/2009.  I can’t thank Ted enough for giving me the opportunity of teaching a couple of lectures and so living life as I see it should be- with education being free.

You can view the year’s lecture series and the convention on the Hempology 101 website. Speaking of which, thanks for your patience while we have been revamping the Hempology and Cannabis Buyers Clubs web-pages. The changes are many and they keep getting better with more info being added daily through our new joint interactive forum of Hempology 101 and the Buyers Club. The 9th Annual Cannabis Convention was the best attended with 150 people watching live and on-line. 420 is on Sunday this year so come out to Centennial Square and join one of the worlds largest 420 celebrations! Sign-up for Reach For The Pot starts then and continues until April 30. You can pick up and drop off forms at the club. The tournament begins May 7, starting at 7pm at the Beacon Hill Band Shell.

Here is the recipe for Super Treats for dogs, I hope you find your pets friends enjoy them.4 cups barley flour, 2 cups chana (chick pea) flour, 2 cups wild oats flour, 4 cups flax seed water (¾ cup flax seed simmered in 4 cups of water for an hour), 3 tbsp hemp hearts, 2 tablespoons hemp protein, 2 tbsps powdered kelp, 1½ tbsp lecithin, 1 ½ tbsp molasses, 8 fluid oz cannabis infused olive oil and  a dash of sea salt. Mix well and roll into 1-1½ inch round logs and then cut into biscuits. Bake at 200 F for 4 hours, then turn the oven off and leave them in over night. You want them dry and crunchy.  These are excellent for arthritis, cancer, tumors, lung and bladder problems. For more help with digestion add some Fennel seeds, for fleas and internal parasites add garlic or pumpkin seeds.
We have purchased 3 button makers, and plan to make stickers, posters, postcards, and other propaganda material, so if you’re inclined to draw or have an interesting idea, we are looking for submissions!

Please be aware we only have about 25 CBC of C t-shirts left. They are made of organically grown hemp and cotton, sewn sweat-shop free in Vancouver, and still come in a variety of colours. It could be some time before we make any more.

Identify and remove the cause of the Hep C attack.

Ingest 1/2 -1 teaspoon of Vit. C (calcium ascorbate) in a shot glass of water or juice every hour until bowel tolerance is reached and then back off by ½ tsp.
Take Swedish Bitters 3 times a day. Start with 3 drops 3 times a day and increase by 1 drop each dose each day.
Rub Calendula oil on skin thoroughly over liver area. Soak a piece of flannel the size of your liver with 1 or 2 tablespoons of Swedish Bitters and apply to your liver. Cover with a piece of plastic bag or wrap, then a warm towel. GO TO BED. Change poultice 2 or 3 times a day.
Do not consume oily foods including nuts. Do not consume alcohol of any type.
Raw veggie and fruit juices are best, making sure you include pineapple. Drink teas of Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root and Leaf, Red Clover, Yellow Dock or Oregon Grape Roots, and Rose Hips. Also ingest Cannabis every day as it stimulates your liver to produce an enzyme to assist it in self healing.

Finally, thanx to everyone who showed up on Dec 17 to protest Bill C-26.  Here is where to send letters to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights if you have comments about Bill C-26.

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