Medical marijuana became legal Monday in the Czech Republic and is now available for sale in pharmacies. Monday was part of the Easter holiday there, so it didn’t actually go on sale until Tuesday.
Medical marijuana is available by prescription only and has been okayed for people suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and psoriasis.
Medical marijuana is being imported — either from Israel or the Netherlands — for the first year, while the State Institute for Drug Control prepares regulations for national production. It must determine how much marijuana will need to be cultivated and organize tenders for marijuana purchases from Czech farmers. The regulatory body intends to issue licenses to local growers for a maximum of five years each.
PRAGUE: Medical marijuana legally went on sale Tuesday in pharmacies across the
Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.
While Genetic Modified Crops have killed millions of Bees, in the meantime, scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.
Whole Foods Market Commits to Mandatory GMO Labelling
Whole Foods Market has committed to full GMO transparency by giving supplier partners five years to source non-GMO ingredients or to clearly label products with ingredients containing GMOs. All products in the US and Canadian stores that contain GMOs must be clearly labeled by 2018.
Whole foods is the first national grocery chain to set a deadline for full GMO transparency. Canada and the US still have no labelling laws, while more than 60 countries do. But things are changing. More than 500,000 citizens signed a petition in Washington state last year to move the initiative to the next step to their state legislature for consideration. Do we really have to wait five years? Why can’t this be implemented now? Citizens in North America have had a mass awakening, especially within the past three to four years. We are awakening to what no longer resonates with us on this planet, and that awakening has involved critical thinking and an examination of all industries that govern our everyday life on this planet, including food. We have begun to see that there is foul play, and what was prior considered to be a conspiracy theory is actually a reality. It’s nothing to fear, we always have a choice.
GMO labelling was introduced to give people the freedom to choose between GMOs and conventional foods. If food is produced using genetic engineering, it must be indicated on its label. Although they shouldn’t be, labelling practices are quite complicated and must be regulated along side issues of legality, feasibility, standardization and coherence. What must be labeled and why shouldn’t be so complicated, but it is. It’s no secret that those who work for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the U.S. Department of Agriculture (UDSA) have admitted that corporate interests force the agencies to change policies that harm their agenda. The UCS sent question surveys to approximately 8000 workers from both the FDA and USDA, over half who work as field inspectors responded saying that their agency practices harm public health in order to appease corporate interests.
Most foods that contain any genetically modified plants or micro organisms that were used in production require indication of some sort. This is a problem because numerous products are exempt from labelling obligations. These exemptions primarily concern additives, and processing aids, but also apply to meat, milk and eggs. The United States has openly admitted to believing that there is no difference between GMOs and natural organisms. The FDA and USDA, along with the Codex Alimentarius Committee, suggest that no country should require mandatory GMO labelling on food items. This is ridiculous, science has already shown that GMOs act differently in the body and are a threat to health. Workers usually have to wear full body suits and masks when spraying our food with toxic chemicals. They are toxic chemicals that are responsible for mutating cells and causing cancer. Cancer is a billion dollar industry and big pharmaceutical companies fund all major medical research.
The Council on Foreign Relations put out a statement not to long ago saying:
The United States has not experienced any regulatory failures. There have been no major food safety scares, and the minor ones have had a short lives political impact. The United States has in place a relatively well-established set of national regulatory bodies which appear to function reasonably well. The United States has experienced a decline in public confidence in government regulation due to the perception that it was ineffective, so they created a new set of regulatory institutions and administrative mechanisms to improve public accountability.