Medical Marijuana Cures…Hate?
Joe | Jul 18, 2011 | Comments 10
Medical marijuana has been known to do wonders for many ailments, but can the wonderful cannabis plant cure hate? Maybe we can’t go that far, but it seems to have changed the lives of twin sisters who used to be in a pop group called “Prussian Blue,” known for their neo-nazi views and hatred of immigrants, “mud races,” and Jews.
In defense of the girls - Lamb and Lynx Gaede – it seems the neo-nazi angle was their mother’s idea and they really weren’t all that aware of what they were singing about. In any case, their years on the road and in the limelight seemed to have brought the girls some serious medical ailments.
Lynx was diagnosed with cancer during her freshman year of high school and doctors removed a large tumor from her shoulder. Then she developed a rare condition called CVS, cyclic vomiting syndrome.
Lamb has struggled as well. She suffers from scoliosis and chronic back pain, as well as lack of appetite and intense emotional stress.
After being put through the usual ringer of prescription medications, the twins eventually found relief with cannabis. Now legal medical marijuana patients, the girls plan on going to college and becoming marijuana legalization activists when they graduate. A far cry from singing about what a great dude Nazi henchmen Rudolph Hess was.
When cannabis users talk about marijuana making the world a better place, some like to snicker and make hippie jokes. But imagine a world with less hate and more cannabis.
Wouldn’t that world be a great place to live in?