Booker's Corn Remedy

In Germany, France, England, the United States, and Switzerland, numerous drugs whose main ingredient was hemp were prescribed by trained physicians from about 1845 to about 1951. Among the indications listed were weak labor contractions, rheumatism, sleep disorders, metrorrhagy (chronic uterine bleeding not associated with menstruation), colic, cramps, cholera, asthma, lung and larynx disorders, neuralgia, corns, warts, hysteria, delirium tremens, psychosis, depression, gastric neurosis, dyspepsia, migraine headahce, coughs, bronchitis, excessive milk secretion, carcinoma, difficult labor, vomiting during pregnancy, headache, tuberculosis, lung diseases, dymenorrhea, gout, uratic diathesis, gall - heart burn, stomachache, enteritis, flatulence, nausea, lack of appetite, constipation, cough, anemia, overexertion, anxiety states, tiredness, night sweats, hardening of the arteries, dizziness, nervousness, rachitis; in short: Scientific medicine utilized cannabis as a universal remedy!

- p. 172- 173, Marijuana Medicine: A World Tour of the Healing and Visionary Powers of Cannabis by Christian R├Ątsch (1998)
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It is very interesting that hemp was used for pregnancy ailments. Nowadays, there are no studies on the affect of marijuana during pregnancy. Pregnant women are simply told it is a bad idea, with no other reasons given. Perhaps the medical community is afraid of the results they may get if they actually studied it!