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Autism, ADD, ADHD;
Dr. Phil Leveque, Professor of Pharmacology Salem-News.com
Oregon outdoor medical marijuana, 2013.
Photo by Bonnie King
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - The New York Times just published a new big article on December 15th, 2013 about the extreme dangers of this type of medicine and the repugnant, craven quakes who make millions of dollars advocating for and writing prescriptions for these drugs.
These actions have boosted sales from $2 Billion to $8 Billion a year in the last 10 years. And in the process have produced many Multi-Millionaire Doctors.
They have done this by what The New York Times called "The Selling of ADD" with patently false advertising. The US Government have fined on advocate $57.5 Million for false and egregious advertising. This was after the manufacturer paid $186 million for the rights to the company making Adderall. We are talking really big money here.
The New York Times printed an article on 2-2-13, "Drowned In A Stream Of Prescription." and many others interested in ADD have stated that Adderall is the most abused prescription drug in America. I'll say so with $9 Billion in prescriptions per year.
I have written six articles comparing marijuana with the above drugs. I especially compared marijuana with Adderall the leading ADD/ADHD drug, titled "Autism, ADD & ADHD; Marijuana VS Adderall Therapy". Why this should be so is not known. They are totally different types of drugs.
The main difference in my mind is that marijuana as medicine, or even non-medical use, has NEVER KILLED ANYONE. The ADD drugs mentioned in the title have killed thousands. Their life threatening, adverse effects are:
They also cause violent behavior, hallucinations and delusions. They are also extremely addictive. Marijuana has almost none of these bad attributes.
MARIJUANA IS THE SAFEST, MOST USEFUL DRUG!
For more information, SEARCH "Marijuana Leveque Cannabis", &/or see this article: Dr Phil Leveque: The Coolest 90-Year Old on Planet Earth