Marijuana Protects Humans From Fukushima Radiation Damage

syngulatePublished: March 22, 2017Updated: March 23, 201714 views
Published: March 22, 2017Updated: March 23, 2017

Because of the nuclear disaster in Japan, all life on earth is under threat from ever-increasing levels of nuclear radiation. The radiation levels attained are permanent so we humans must accept the fact that we are all will reach a point where the radiation will reach levels in our bodies that will cause cancers to form. There is nothing anyone can do to stop this disaster from continuing. There is no way we can remove the dispersed radiation from our atmosphere. From a current common scientific viewpoint we and our children are all screwed. There is only one substance on the face of the earth that can provide a permanent solution to the radioactive effect on human life. That substance is THC. The primary threat of radiation to humans is the formation of cancerous tumors that come about from radiation damage to the cell structure that cause the cell to not die but continue to propagate into a tumor. Experiments have demonstrated that when a THC molecule enters a cell it discharges a signal into the cell. This signal is essential a "balance" signal. If the cell is normal and healthy it continues to be normal when THC enters. However, IF THE CELL IS CANCEROUS the THC signal causes the cancerous cell to "remember" to die by causing the release of a chemical which causes the cell to consume itself to death. What this means is that if we flood our bodies with THC molecules, then any cancerous cells will be killed before they even got going. This is the only permanent solution to the radiation threat. Every part of Cannabis is food for humans and essential for human life. All humans need to consume THC immediately. The radiation levels are now high enough to affect you. Save your life and the lives of your loved ones by embracing Cannabis and consuming THC every day. This is a matter of life or death.

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