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Using Brewer’s Yeast to produce Marijuana’s main ingredients : mind-altering THC and non-psychoactive CBD

You no longer need to grow a Marijuana plant to extract THC and CBD. You can get both by using Brewer’s Yeast and Sugar. You also get purer products. For example you can make CBD without the worry of it also containing THC.

This is revolutionary. It could eliminate huge Marijuana plant grow operations. It could also produce Cannabinoids which cannot be obtained from Marijuana plants. The consistency and purity of the produced product can be regulated to be uniform from batch to batch. This new process offers great potential in finding, via Medical Research Studies, new medical benefits of THC, CBD and other Cannabinoids.

Cristina Sánchez has been studying Cannabis for fifteen years  at Complutense University in Madrid Spain.  She has discovered that THC from Cannabis can kill Cancer cells.

Dr Christina Sanchez explains how cannabis kills cancer cell from Life With Cannabis on Vimeo.

Being able to produce Medical Cannabis products like THC in a pure form using Brewer’s Yeast opens up a lot of potential in the Medical field as you can maintain purity and quality  in each batch produced. For example, there have been documented  cases of patients who have seizures and are helped by CBD. You also eliminate the potential use of Pesticides in Plant Grow Operations.

Click on this link to visit the ScienceDaily website to read the newly published research from the University of California – Berkeley: “Yeast produce low-cost, high-quality cannabinoids.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 27 February 2019. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/02/190227131838.htm>.

Click on this link to visit the website of the journal Nature and read the abstract of the February 27 2019 published research article titled: “Complete biosynthesis of cannabinoids and their unnatural analogues in yeast“.

Click on this link to visit the ScienceDaily website to read the research report titled: “Benefits of medical marijuana for treatment of epilepsy examined

Click on this link to visit the Bloomberg website to read their page about Demetrix Inc.

The information provided about cannabis is for informational purposes only. Please consult your physician before making any medical decisions.

Posted by Vincent Banial

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Researchers found that those who took acetaminophen showed a reduction in empathy.

A new Research Study out of The Ohio State University found that those who took acetaminophen showed a reduction in empathy. They weren’t as concerned about another person’s person’s hurt feelings. The Study was published on May 05 2016 in the journal “Social Congitive and Affective Neuroscience, which is one of the Oxford Journals.

Video is courtesy of the Fox Business YouTube channel

Acetaminophen is the main ingredient in the over the counter pain relief medication called Tylenol.

 

The authors of the study were:

Baldwin Way

Dominik Mischkowski

and Jennifer Crocker

 

Click on this line to visit the Oxford Journals site to view the Study Abstract
From Painkiller to Empathy Killer: Acetaminophen (Paracetamol) Reduces Empathy for Pain

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial
http://www.uniquelytoronto.com

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Landmark study: Enterobacter cloacae B29, may causatively contribute to the development of Obesity & Insulin Resistance

 

Rough and smooth colony growth of Enterobacter...

Rough and smooth colony growth of Enterobacter cloacae bacteria on Tryptic Soy Broth agar. Obtained from the CDC Public Health Image Library. Image credit: CDC(PHIL #6552), 1983. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Gut microbiota may causatively contribute to the development of Obesity & Insulin Resistance. More work needs to be done in this important research area.

The new study is titled: An opportunistic pathogen isolated from the gut of an obese human causes obesity in germfree mice. Continue reading