Hydroponics Store Legally Grows Medicine More Valuable than Weed aka Cannabis

Source: GrowingYourGreens
January 7, 2017

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to JSH hydroponics in Houston ,Texas to share with you the 100% legal crop they are growing that is more valuable for your health than Weed aka Cannabis aka Marijuana.

In this episode, John will share with you a hydroponics store that is growing microgreens instead of Cannabis using hydroponic methods of growing.

First, John will take you into the hydroponics store and share with you his opinions about growing with synthetic hydroponic nutrients. He will suggest ways that you can easily transition to more organic methods of growing even if using a hybrid hydroponic and organic growing methods.

Next, you will discover a few products at the hydroponics store that can be valuable to every gardener growing an outdoor garden. You will learn about a bagged soil product and why it’s Johns #1 favorite item available at many good hydroponic stores.

You will then learn how JSH Hydroponics started growing lettuce to increase its revenue, and how they transitioned out of growing lettuce that was not so profitable into growing one of the most profitable crops that can be grown legally: Microgreens.

John will then take you around and show you the Microgreens Grow at JSH hydroponics, aka JSH Microgreens and take you step-by-step on how they grow their microgreen vegetables at this Houston, TX hydro store.

You will learn the specific steps on how to successfully grow microgreens for fun or profit, including: Using the best water, selecting the best varieties of seeds, and healthiest seeds, how to grow indoors without leaking water, the best soil to use to plant the seeds, how to compress your soil so you an even grow every time, how often to water your plants, how to provide the best environment for growing microgreens, the best energy efficient Lights for growing microgreens, and much much more.

For people that want to grow microgreens at home, John will share with you a NSF wire shelf rack that is available at Costco so you can grow easily 20 flats of microgreens in just 8 square feet of floor space in your home to grow the most nutritious and beneficial food in your home in the winter or any time of year.

Next, John will talk about the ONLY thing JSH microgreens feeds the plants besides just water and why this organic approved innoculant is important. John will also share with you his #1 recommendation on the nutrient that you should be feeding your microgreens for faster growth, more nutrition and better tasting food.

At the end of this episode, John interviews Juan, the owner, and farmer at JSH Hydroponics. John will ask Juan the following questions:
1:02:21 Why did you start to grow microgreens instead of Cannabis?
1:04:37 What kind of microgreens do you grow and what are the most popular?
1:06:00 How to best eat your microgreens?
1:09:13 How do you help people grow their own microgreens?
1:13:30 Do you have any final words of wisdom to share with my viewerS?
1:14:14 How Can People Get ahold of you?

Breakaway Links Of The Day – July 26, 2016

Breakaway
TheBreakaway
Zy Marquiez
July 27, 2016

Here are yesterday’s links.

Hope all is well.

Big Pharma Prescriptions In Including Painkillers, Antidepressants Plummeting Seniors Turn To Medical Cannabis
[NaturalNews.com Daniel Gutierrez]

Researchers Find Pre-Inca Machu Picchu That Could REWRITE Andean History
[Ancient-Code.com]

[UrbanGardening] IN FOCUS – The Ninja Flame Weeder
[UrbanGardner | Curtis Stone]

French Should Expose Government Not Islam Over Neo-Gladio Provocations
[TheDailyBell.com]

Signed Into Law: Rhode Island Expands Medical Marijuana Program
[ActivistPost.com | Mike Maharrey]

Who’s Responsible For The Coup In Turkey? Was It Fethulla Gullen?
[Journal-Neo.org | F. William Engdahl]

Does Your Energy Increase Or Decrease?
[NoMoreFakeNews.com | Jon Rappoport]

CDC Releases New Meningitis B Vaccine Mandate For students, Despite Recent Study Showing Shots Fail To Protect
[NaturalNews.com | David Gutierrez]

Annunaki Structures Before The Flood: The 200,000-Year-Old Ancient City In Africa
[Ancient-Code.com]

Sustainable Food Group Petitioning Big Food [Bread] To Stop Spraying Wheat With Cancerous Glyphosate

[NaturalNews.com | J.D. Heyes]

Hillary Clinton Is A Threat To All Humanity
[CorbettReport | James Corbett]

Glyphosate Disrupts DNA Function, Causing ‘Medical Chaos’ In The Form Of Multiple Diseases Including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Say Researchers
[NaturalNews.com | Julie Wilson]

Many Of These Conditions Can Be Linked To Gluten
Dr. Bob De Maria
[iHealthTube.com]

Leaked DNC Emails Prove Once & For All That Conspiracy Theorists Were Right All Along
[NaturalNews.com | Mike Adams]

Scientists Conclude: There Is Evidence Of A Previously Unknown Species On Earth
[Ancient-Code.com]

62-Year-Old Man REVERSES Type-2 Diabetes By Cutting Out Pasta, Bread
[NaturalNews.com | Ethan A. Huff]

Interviews & Insights – A Chef Without A Kitchen – Giulio Piccioli
[UrbanFarmer | Curtis Stone]

Urban Farmers Targeted By City, Issued Multiple Threats After Property Was Vandalized
[NaturalNews.com | Claire Bernish]

Questions Surrounding The Munich Shooting
[ActiistPost.com | Brandon Turbeville]

#GoodNewsNextWeek: There Was Never Marijuana In The Colorado Water
[MediaMonarchy | James Evan Pilato]

Big Pharma Prescriptions In Including Painkillers, Antidepressants Plummeting Seniors Turn To Medical Cannabis

Medical marijuana

Source: NaturalNews.com
David Gutierrez
July 26, 2016

Use of many prescription drugs has plummeted following the legalization of medical marijuana, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Georgia and published in the journal Health Affairs.

The researchers found that Medicare prescriptions fell for conditions that can be treated by cannabis, including anxiety, depression, pain, nausea, psychosis, seizures, sleep disorders and spasticity. Prescriptions for other types of drugs, such as blood-thinners, remained unchanged. This led the researchers to conclude that legalization led directly to the changing prescription habits.

The drop in prescriptions led to a measurable decrease in Medicare spending in those states.

Limits Big Pharma price gouging

The researchers found that medical marijuana reduced Medicare costs by $165 million in 2013. If medical marijuana had been legal and available nationwide, the savings would have been about $470 million.

“We wouldn’t say that saving money is the reason to adopt this. But it should be part of the discussion,” said study co-author W. David Bradford.

The researchers are also analyzing the effects of medical marijuana legalization on prescriptions paid by Medicaid, the federal-state insurance program for low-income people. Preliminary data from that study show an even larger drop in pharmaceutical prescription costs.

Much of the savings might come simply from the fact that insurance does not cover medical marijuana, which can cost a patient as much as $400 per month out of pocket.

“I have some trouble with the idea that this is a source of savings,” said Deepak D’Souza of Yale University, who has research medical marijuana but was not involved in the current study.

But Bradford believes that marijuana legalization does lower overall health spending, because marijuana is so much cheaper than many of the pharmaceuticals it displaces. This analysis is supported by Harvard Medical School emeritus professor Lester Grinspoon, who has written two books on the topic (but was not associated with the new study).

“There’s a limit to how high a price cannabis can be sold at as a medicine,” Grinspoon said.

Will DEA finally admit benefits of cannabis?

The lure of lowered health care spending may play an important role in an ongoing review by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which is considering reclassifying marijuana from Schedule I substance to a Schedule II.

A Schedule I drug is classified as having no medical benefits, and therefore doctors are prohibited from prescribing it and insurance will not cover it. Even in the 25 states (plus Washington, D.C.) where medical marijuana is legal, doctors can only write a referral to a dispensary.

Schedule II drugs (like narcotic painkillers) are permitted for medical uses. If marijuana were moved to this classification, insurance companies would be more likely to cover it.

The recent study suggests other major benefits that the DEA would also do well to consider. For example, many of the drugs replaced by medical marijuana use have dangerous side effects that are not a concern with cannabis. Perhaps foremost among these are opioid painkillers, which are relatively easy to lethally overdose on.

“That doesn’t happen with marijuana,” D’Souza said.

While marijuana can carry its own risks, increasing legalization would make it easier for scientists to carry out research that could guide responsible use.

But on a fundamental level, medical marijuana may simply challenge the medical-scientific model of health care by placing key decisions — and even production of the medicine in the hands of the patient.

“As physicians, we are used to prescribing a dose,” D’Souza said.

“Do you say, ‘Take two hits and call me in the morning?’ I have no idea.”

With natural medicine booming, hopefully more people will wake up to the fact that natural medicines, and foods, are in many ways superior to their lab-engineered alternatives. The health-supporting effects of fresh fruits, vegetables and all-natural superfoods simply cannot be beat.

Sources for this article include:
NPR.org

HealthAffairs.org