Exploring Cannabis With Dr.Cannabinergy,
Sunil Kumar Aggarwal, MD, PhD, Physician-Scientist and Medical Geographer

This is the “Living Treasure Chest” from Dr.Cannabinergy,
Sunil Kumar Aggarwal, MD, PhD, Physician-Scientist and Medical Geographer.

Join him on an exploration into all things Cannabis and learn the secrets this Miraculous Plant has in store for Humanity.

See how he weaves the story of the discovery of “Cannabinergy” and how this is the basis of its “Cannabinergic” effect on the human body, thus creating a locus of the “Cannabinergic System”.

Learn how this very important “Messaging System” inside the human body, gives life to our entire living system and brings about our actual experience of living.

This is an extremely exciting time within the field of Cannabis and there are many wonderful discoveries continuing to be made every day now about the science within and behind this long suppressed plant and friend to the Human Family.

Join Dr.Cannabinergy as he brings many of the wonders of the Cannabis Hemp Plant to light and shares with us all the value creation possible through what could quite possibly be, the single most beneficial plant known to Humanity !

BOSTON FREEDOM RALLY Prepared Speech, 9/15/12

by Sunil September 16, 2012 Cannabinergy Exploration

(WATCH VIDEO OF ALL BUT LAST 2-3 mins of speech here: http://youtu.be/Fv_QfrOTFtQ) Look at how far we’ve come on the elevation of cannabis respect and human dignity.  It used to be that you would be looked at with stigma and scorn if you wanted to invest time and energy into procuring cannabis or growing some at […]

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Education vs. Indoctrination

by Sunil September 13, 2011 Cannabinergy Exploration

Education vs. Indoctrination by Sunil Aggarwal on Friday, September 28, 2007 at 2:06pm Education vs. Indoctrination Education: ed.u.ca.tion [ej-oo-key-shuhn] – noun. The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. Indoctrination: in.doc.tri.nate [in-dok-truh-neyt] – verb (used […]

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Who’s Who in Medical Cannabis – Sunil K Aggarwal, MD, PhD – by c.a. riley

by admin August 25, 2011 Cannabinergy Exploration

Who’s Who in Medical Cannabis -Sunil K Aggarwal, MD, PhD – by C.A.Riley
When medical student Sunil K. Aggarwal convinced the UW chapter of the medical student group of the AMA to support a resolution he had written in support of rescheduling cannabis, he presented the idea and his research to the American Medical Association (AMA) at its annual meeting in 2008. The organization agreed to study the issue for a year.
At its 2009 meeting, the country’s largest physicians’ organization formally adopted a policy urging the federal government to reclassify, or “reschedule,” cannabis. It was Aggarwal’s research, dissertation, and the two articles derived from it and published in the Journal of Opioid Management that helped convince the American Medical Association (AMA) of the potential for medical uses of cannabis and led the organization to reverse previous policy and call for the rescheduling of cannabis so that more research could be conducted upon it. In conjunction with his dissertation, Dr Aggarwal conducted research with 176 chronically and critically ill patients in two groups, one from a rural pain clinic and the other from an urban cannabinoid botanical delivery clinic. At this writing, two peer-reviewed published articles have come from this work.

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Intoxication: The Fourth Human Drive and Pharmacologicalism

by Sunil August 24, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

The need to explore human consciousness is as vital as the need to eat or sleep. Since time immemorial and until the end of time, humans have been, and will be, using drugs or plants that seem to facilitate interesting or productive explorations and, without the opportunity to use them under supervised conditions, many people will inevitably be misusing them as long as their dominant cultures, to which they’re pressured to conform, continue to insist that these substances have no legitimate use.
Some psychopharmacologists have described this acquired human drive to psychoactivate as “the fourth drive.”
Thus, taking it into account is essential for a full understanding of human health.
The ‘war on drugs’ or ‘drug abuse prevention and control’ is therefore more appropriately seen as a low-grade, persistent, prisoner-taking war on the acquired human drive to psychoactivate steeped in an ideology of pharmacologicalism in which some substances are allowed and encouraged for psychoactivation (e.g, tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, sugar, cacao, “better than well” mood brighteners) and others are morally forbidden. Pharmacologicalism is a matrix of centralized powers and discursive practices whose object is to reinforce an essentialism of drugs, of angel drug and demon drugs.

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Cannabis Policy Reforms at the American Medical Association

by admin August 19, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

Cannabis Policy Reforms: by Sunil Aggarwal on Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 1:09am Greetings, Fellow Internet Users, People have been asking what the ol’ doctors’ trade guild association, the AMA, have resolved about Cannabis and its use as a medicinal agent.  Well, a few interesting things.  First, a brief review from last year.   The […]

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1966–When “Another War on Heresy” Was Declared

by Sunil August 19, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

When Drug Control Was Handed to the Cops — 1966 by Sunil Aggarwal on Sunday, 07 November 2010 at 01:09 Man of Vision Testifying during a recent Senate subcommittee on juvenile delinquency, Timothy Leary tells the group that the LSD fad among the young is a “crisis of challenge” and not a “crisis of peril.” He was one of the […]

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Inverting the Hierarchical Monopoly on Cannabis for the Good of the Commons

by admin August 19, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

Breaking the Marij/huana Fear-Trance and Inverting the Hierarchical Monopoly on Cannabis for the Good of the Commons by Sunil Aggarwal on Saturday, December 25, 2010 at 11:35pm Will Transform:   1. The Alarm of Hearing: “Put Your Hands Up and Step Away From Your ____! (Cannabiniod Herbal Garden, Plant Farm, Hempen Flower, or Hempen Flower-Containing […]

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Clearing Up Cannabis Confusion

by admin July 27, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

Clearing Up Cannabis Confusion Written by Dr. Sunil Aggarwal on December 26, 2010 Hemp, Reefer, Mari(h/j)una, Pot, Maryjane, Ganja, Chronic, Weed are all common names for one plant, Cannabis, which evolved 36 million years ago. This can indeed be confusing, so let’s start from the beginning. Humans and this plant, like all plants and animals […]

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Cannabis World View

by admin July 11, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

World View on Cannabis If you see the word marijuana and you do not equate it with cannabis, then you have been misinformed about the plant kingdom, as cannabis has been negatively portrayed by using that talked-down name. If you see the phrase medical marijuana, and you do not immediately think about the use of […]

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Cannabis Tipping Point

by admin July 3, 2011 Dr.Cannabinergy Treasures

American Medical Association Position: Regarding Cannabis The largest physician-based group in the country, the American Medical Association (AMA), had for many years taken a stance that cannabis had no medicinal value. All that changed on November 9, 2009 when the AMA voted to reverse its position by formally adopting a report drafted by the AMA’s […]

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