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Response to Fokker Trip (Reply #20)

Mon Jan 23, 2012, 02:59 PM

25. The prevailing theory is that endocannabinoids in modern humans often need supplementation..

Because our bodies have to constantly do battle with new toxins and pollution as our civilization "advances". The endocannabinoid system is VITAL to maintaining good health. If it is out of balance, health will suffer.

It is a crime to deny cannabinoid supplementation, especially since we now know how the EC system works and why some people choose to self-medicate. Self-medication is nothing new, it has been going on for thousands of years. It is as natural as eating an orange for vitamin C.

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