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Planet Green Trees Episode 197- The Use of Cannabis in Treating Autism

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May 1, 2014 Thursday 8-10:00 p.m. call 347-326-9626 or Listen at www.planetgreentrees.com

Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion-

Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-


The Stupidity of the 5 Ng THC limit

Dr. Karl Ebner, Ph.D., D.A.B.T and a qualified expert in Toxicologist and  Pharmacologist,  Analytical R&D, Qality Control, and Quality Assurance.Experiences: forensic toxicology, pharmacology, ; Will be calling in to discuss his views on per se THC levels and their indicia of intoxication when driving.


The Use of Cannabis in Treating Autism

The CDC's last report in 2010 showed that 1 in 42 male and 1 in 189 female children born are diagnosed with autism.The research suggests that cannabis has therapeutic and palliative relief for the traditional symptoms and conditions associated with autism. . The MMMA, Komorn Law, Director of Research Joe Stone, Chad Carr, Dr. Christian Bogner and Dr. Harry Chugani plan to refile the petition with the New Conditions panel seeking the addition of autism to the list of condition in the MMMA.  Calling in to join the discussion will be: Director of Research Joe Stone, Dr. Christian Bogner and parents of autistic children who support cannabis as a treatment method.

Saginaw Decriminalization

Carrie Justice who is heading up the Decrim movement in Saginaw, and fresh off her Debate with the Local antagonist, along with PGT Contributor and Compassion Chronicles editor and Chief Rick Thompson will be reflecting on the event, and offering thoughts and commentary.

 Michael's rant, news, current events and more!




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