What currently "ILLEGAL" thing would I do if it wasn't?
Cannabis: Marijuana and Hemp
Wait, now first let's go dive into the word "illegal" is it a noun? adjective? verb? herb?
Who made it illegal to the world?
Think of the first day to be declared as "illegal" but why?
Here's what 1st, 2nd and 3rd U.S. Presidents said about this plant.
"Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere"
- George Washington (1st U.S. President)
"We shall, by and by, want a world of hemp for our own consumption."
- John Adams (2nd U.S. President)
"Hemp is of first necessity to the wealth & protection of the country."
- Thomas Jefferson (3rd U.S. President)
Hemp is used for making clothes, bags, soaps, shampoos, paper, human food, pet food, fish nets and so much more...
Marijuana is used for getting high: creative, happier, focused, relaxed, euphoric and so much more...
My grandpa had the urge to harvest & he smoked tobacco his whole life,
My dad smokes cigarettes, since 20's, aunt likes to smoke tobacco with corn husk. My elder brother smokes cigarettes daily.
Since "thoughts and ideas are DESIRES seeking expression", eventually they will flow out into the real world as a form of action.
This repeated behavior in our genes has led me to dig deep into our natural way of being and so far I have one good reasoning behind smoking tobacco.. and it is this...
Tobacco was harvested by grandpa which he enjoyed to puff on but Marijuana still grows naturally right in front of grandpa's house where he was born and raised.
Our ancestors most likely used it for many purposes before it got a bad reputation although the habitual needs to consume it, was still there to the newer generations, they, filled this gap with tobacco, and the chemical released from tobacco does not match with our natural cannabinoid chemicals made naturally by the body whereas consuming marijuana fills up the space like we intake a certain amount of vitamin c per day.
In 2015, when I went to the hilly Himalayas I was so shocked when I saw it grow inside his front yard and it was almost invisible to the surrounding community.
Have you wondered why marijuana became legal in the world's second largest country? Or even why it was illegal in the first place?
Even @natgeo on Instagram shared a post about a family suffering from an 'incurable disease', but with marijuana consumption the family were cured like magic.
Shall we not be aware of it's benefits?
I said all this but no one said I'm puffin on ganja up there 😂 it's just a cool effect.
Cannabis plant is known to cure Buffaloes' Cows' Pigs' and Goats' Diarrhea in many areas of the Hilly Himalayan Regions including Taplejung.
Locals simply mix the bud flower of the plant with flour and water, and feed the mixture to their animals, it works wonders to cure a number of diseases within few hours.
Today, some of the world's highly "developed countries" do not shy away from it's health benefits, as we know some states in USA prescribes weed as medicine, Canada made it legal for the whole country and Netherlands the nation once was leading the world's economy allows people to consume for "personal use" I wonder why it is illegal in the rest of the world? 🤔
PS: I don't consume it but I've heard a lot of good about it 😊