Exactly How Cannabis Kills Cancer Cells

Exactly How Cancer Cells are Killed by THC / Cannabis I'll explain how cannabis (THC) tetrahydrocannabinol kills cancer cells. It's amazing. It doesn't work on slow-dividing cells, but works quite well on the softer, smaller and more rapidly growing cancers. Especially in areas where surgery is poorly considered. As an adjunct to ANY cancer therapy, consider the positive effects on...

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Better Skin, Better Weight, Longer Life

Ultra Low Carb Feeding Takes No-Grain to the Next Level  Ultra Low Carb Feeding, Like Raw Diet for Dogs, only it's Not Raw.  A video I'd like you to look at:  A shorter, simplified video regarding using ultra low carb feeding to reign in the weight of dogs on the glucose / carb appetite-machine and improving their skin due to adverse food reactions to grain rich diets. Keys include...

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A Note to My Ex Wife From E-Harmony

I should talk with Dr Phil about this, huh? Dear Ex Wife from E-Harmony: We were married only four and a half years, but I have seven more years of child support to pay you and not a single drop of my blood is in any of your kids' veins. When I met you, and your four kids, the stated intent of their adoption was to protect them from their father, (your ex-husband), Mr. Jessie Williams. A...

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Links and Pet Koi, Fish Dog and Cat Health Articles & Videos

Fish Health Help & Other Pet Resources Welcome to Dr Johnson’s web presence, sites linked based on pet health, pet keeping advice, fish health and answers to questions like “My fish are sick, what should I do?” as well as supporting various aspects of the Koi & Fish health topic. Pet information regarding kennels and some small business ventures are also discussed in these web sites....

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What To Do About Sick Koi and Pond Fish in 2018

An orientation to sick Koi and pond fish crises for 2018. An overview of what you can do to start reigning in fish losses.  Help For Sick Fish Koi & Pond Fish Disease Season 2018 Intro “My Fish Is Sick, What Should I Do?” is the cry of the season, and it's all going back to water quality. I got off the phone with a person who assured me the situation with his pond was...

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