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You are very much mistaken.

You're criticising me for using 'words' against you sikhs that love taking the drugs and in her example love pushing/dealing the drugs but I think at this point all of you filthy drugie scum should sit back and remember this simple fact: In the whole world, bar one or two countries, you so called 'Sikhs' here that love the cannabis, will not only be arrested and charged with a criminal offence for it, but, in most countries you will have your liberty taken away with a prison sentence and in many countries, such as Singapore, it is an offence deemed immoral enough to carry the death sentence !!!!!! :omg: And yet you're complaining about my mere 'words' against you junkie druggie scum ? :nono: Trust me, there are no words low enough to describe you that have sunk so low that you not only take intoxicants whilst wearing the Guru's clothes you actually justify it by trying to incorporate it into Sikhi. There are no words low enough to describe you people.

really you are most deluded ...no one here has done nasha ... just keep your weird theories to yourself ...

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never claimed that people should do nasha , I was talking about actual observed symptoms which have responded to homeopathic attentuations over the past 200 plus years . Yes Waheguru ji has created medicines for us , the strongest being naam

Are you also ok with alcohol and cigarette since there are actually positive effects to both these vices?

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Homeopathy = Crock science. LOL! Ok, maybe that was a bit harsh. Perhaps there are some good properties to this study however let's not fool ourselves. Those who did homeopathy are not exactly MD's. Throwing around a bunch of latin words to fool the gullible at SS won't change this fact.

I got to hand it to the pot heads. They are way smarter then the average alcohol consumer or the cigarette smoker. LOL! They created a whole bunch of pseudo science babble nonsense around pot smoking and now apparently, it's good for health! Throw in a bunch latin words, keep using the word 'medicinal' in every sentence structure....bam!!...now you've legitimized what was once disdained by society. This reminds me of those cigarette advertisements from back in the day where they showed these 'doctor types' in white suites claiming smoking a cigarette is actually good for your health. Yeah, I guess those Native Indians smoking peace pipes were just suffering from ptsd. Looks like they were light years ahead of everybody else. LOL!!!!!! To all the ganja supporters here, does cigarette smoking have any medicinal properties? I'm sure the tobacco plant is loaded with all kinds of good vitamins and minerals. LOL!!! The irony, these are the same people who want to ban cigarettes.

I think beer drinkers need to learn from these Ganja guys. Start by talking about the good effects of drinking beer. Keep throwing the word 'medicinal' around as much as possible. Find the latin words for hop, barley and alcohol, and impress the gullible. Tell you're suffering ptsd from office and you really need relieve this stress, so you're off to the local bar to get your 'meds'. LOL!!!!!! This just hit me, looks like I'm on a roll! Start telling everybody that a bar is actually a 'hospital' of sorts to help weary workers suffering from ptsd at work. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Have you ever researched what goes into the medicines prescribed to us by health professionals and their side effects?

It's all about what works for somebody to benefit their health, not to make it worse. Homeopathy did not work for me, but I don't go around telling other people not to try it. This is because, maybe that method does not suit me, but it's worked for others I know, so I don't have any right to tell anybody not to try it.

Each person with a health condition is always looking for something to help self manage there condition, which they should do as long as it does not damage or harm them, or make it worse.

If one method hasn't worked for somebody, then something else can be tried, and as long as the doctor is consulted about any alternative therapy/medicine, then I say it's ok to, if they agree to it.

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Have you ever researched what goes into the medicines prescribed to us by health professionals and their side effects?

Medicines that have been approved by bodies like the FDA and prescribed by a Medical Doctor is not the same as rolling up a joint and smoking it, no matter how you slice and dice it. Nobody gets addicted to say medication for high blood pressure but people do get addicted to weed. As for side effects, there is no medication without side effects, none. It's just the severity.

Be very careful what you wish. What goes around comes around.

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Medicines that have been approved by bodies like the FDA and prescribed by a Medical Doctor is not the same as rolling up a joint and smoking it, no matter how you slice and dice it. Nobody gets addicted to say medication for high blood pressure but people do get addicted to weed. As for side effects, there is no medication without side effects, none. It's just the severity.

Be very careful what you wish. What goes around comes around.

And what exactly am I wishing? I said nothing wrong, so don't you give me mehne of what goes around comes around okji.

Watch your mouth. And wash your mouth Paji. And stop giving me negative comments or whatever you are, just because you don't like my post, okkkjiiiii.

And you are wrong, there are medicines that one can get addicted to. Then they find it difficult to come off them.

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I don't believe alcohol and cigarettes are that bad but drugs, that's a whole new ball game. I've seen drug addicts. I even know professionals giving the same jive that I'm witnessing in this thread. But they don't realise the ill effects. Like being slow. I honestly believe weed eventually makes you stupid.

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You are very much mistaken.

You're criticising me for using 'words' against you sikhs that love taking the drugs and in her example love pushing/dealing the drugs but I think at this point all of you filthy drugie scum should sit back and remember this simple fact: In the whole world, bar one or two countries, you so called 'Sikhs' here that love the cannabis, will not only be arrested and charged with a criminal offence for it, but, in most countries you will have your liberty taken away with a prison sentence and in many countries, such as Singapore, it is an offence deemed immoral enough to carry the death sentence !!!!!! :omg: And yet you're complaining about my mere 'words' against you junkie druggie scum ? :nono: Trust me, there are no words low enough to describe you that have sunk so low that you not only take intoxicants whilst wearing the Guru's clothes you actually justify it by trying to incorporate it into Sikhi. There are no words low enough to describe you people.

Not every law the government signs is righteous and meant for the people, (in America it was once legal to seperate white and black for simple services), nations change. Sympathizing with the problems of those with the needs medical marijuana doesn't make any human Anti-Sikh.
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Tried and tested methods of herbal medicinal used throughout millenia whether in the outback of Australia, Amazonian Rainforests or closer to home 'desi/ayurvedic' remedies are far better and healthier for the body than the engineered single substance man made medicines approved by the FDA/BMA - providing you find a trusted Vaid. Western Science though useful has significant limitations, they do not understand to name but a few examples, garam/sarad of the body, treatment of eczema without E45, effective remedies for chronic coughs.......really the list is endless.

There is no denying Cannabis was used in the past by Singh's as is evident through historical Granths, just not for recreational use to get high. Trick for the ones that use it to have 8-10 hours of Amritvela or work in the heat is not to get hooked and herein lies the tricky part!

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Tried and tested methods of herbal medicinal used throughout millenia whether in the outback of Australia, Amazonian Rainforests or closer to home 'desi/ayurvedic' remedies are far better and healthier for the body than the engineered single substance man made medicines approved by the FDA/BMA - providing you find a trusted Vaid. Western Science though useful has significant limitations, they do not understand to name but a few examples, garam/sarad of the body, treatment of eczema without E45, effective remedies for chronic coughs.......really the list is endless.

There is no denying Cannabis was used in the past by Singh's as is evident through historical Granths, just not for recreational use to get high. Trick for the ones that use it to have 8-10 hours of Amritvela or work in the heat is not to get hooked and herein lies the tricky part!

Curious, are you also ok with alcohol and cigarettes?

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Cigarettes no, but alcohol depends on the context, it is used for wounds and in almost all known 'FDA' approved cough medicines.

Why not? As crazy as it sounds apparently there are good side effects to smoking.

http://www.livescience.com/15115-5-health-benefits-smoking-disease.html

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