CBD is the most recent victim of America’s abhorrent Drug Enforcement Agency; it is now classified in the same category as crack, meth, and a number of other harmful drugs.
CBD (Cannabidiol), is a non psycho-active cannabinoid extract of Hemp/Cannabis, and is widely known for its exceptionally beneficial and healthy properties.
This chart findings per British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, illustrates just a few of this miracle extract’s beneficial properties:
|Reduces nausea and vomiting|
|Anticonvulsant||Suppresses seizure activity|
|Antipsychotic||Combats psychosis disorders|
|Anti-inflammatory||Combats inflammatory disorders|
|Anti-oxidant||Combats neurodegenerative disorders|
|Anti-tumoral/Anti-cancer||Combats tumor and cancer cells|
|Anxiolytic/Anti-depressant||Combats anxiety and depression disorders|
And though the Hemp/Cannabis industry is seeing a major surge in business and growth, it seems the DEA is set on keeping itself relative and fighting against humanity by making it illegal.
The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), states on their website that “Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse”.
Yet it has been clearly proven by many anecdotal as well as clinical evidence, that Cannabis oil, Hemp oil, CBD oil…etc. do indeed possess incredible potential for medical usage, even per mainstream news outlets such as CNN.
This latest encroachment on freedom of choice, and medicine int he United States is setting an exceptionally alarming and rather dangerous precedent, where a drug “enforcement” agency, is now creating the law, as well as enforcing it.
Per The Hoban Law Group report:
“DEA Hurts Growing Industry and Exceeds its Authority Regarding Scheduling Controlled Substances; Enacts Final Rule Seeking to Make Any Extract of the Cannabis Plant a Schedule 1 Drug”
It is not just the “why”, but rather the “how” in which the DEA chose to make this maneuver possible; they used “classification” as their reasoning… “Establishment of New Drug Code for Marihuana [SIC] Extract”.
And as disgusting of move this is, coming from an agency that is being petitioned to get dismantled (and justly so), due to its consistent display of barbaric actions, outright theft, and history of corruption, there is good hope in that this measurement will be fought back against;
“With 28 states that already have medical cannabis laws on the books, 8 states passing adult use laws in the November election, and numerous other states enacting industrial hemp legislation, the industry is up for the challenge of litigation against any government agency that operates contrary to prevailing law and enforcement policies.”
In conclusion, one has to wonder whether or not the DEA is seeking to help big pharmaceutical companies remain dominant in public healthy policy through monopolizing the industry with synthetic problematic drugs. In this instance, it’s not entirely impractical to rename the DEA as the Drug Enrichment Agency.
Author: Fadi Malkosh
Fadi Malkosh is the founder of Network Radio.