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MRSA Superbug

Primo

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Also known as the "Flesh Eating Bacteria".

This nasty bug, usually picked up in hospitals,

kills 20,000 Americans each year,

while hospitallizing 250,000 more.

Modern antibiotics work sometimes, with

potential side effects.

Cannabis works every time. I've seen it work,

first hand, with my home grown pot.

Not only that, it kills the pain while it kills

the superbugs.

Read testimonials, and watch videos explaining

exactly how to prepare and apply the

medical marijuana.


Please help me spread this incredible news.

Primo
 
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420 Motoco

Member of the Month: October 2014 - Member of the Year: 2014
By the time its all said and done MJ for the complete all-in-wonder.
MRSA Superbug is a nasty for sure...and as you mentioned a serious one. Thank you!

Curious, is your home grown pot a 'special' strain? You have to be using 'cannabis concentrated oil', because you mentioned it worked every time. If so, your correct. Chalk another one up on its already long and distinguished list. Its 'freaky jason' how it does everything imaginable. Rick Simpson tells ALL what it does 8 yrs ago & nobody really listened as they where tuned in to just their specific illness, especially 'cancer' because so many suffer from it. Another BOOT up the arse for the 'pharmies'. :bravo:
 

gemstone

New Member
Also known as the "Flesh Eating Bacteria".

This nasty bug, usually picked up in hospitals,

kills 20,000 Americans each year,

while hospitallizing 250,000 more.

Modern antibiotics work sometimes, with

potential side effects.

Cannabis works every time. I've seen it work,

first hand, with my home grown pot.

Not only that, it kills the pain while it kills

the superbugs.

Read testimonials, and watch videos explaining

exactly how to prepare and apply the

medical marijuana.


Please help me spread this incredible news.

Primo
Would you please explain the dosage regimen for treating MRSA? Do you apply cannabis oil directly to the infection; and if so, approximately many applications are required?
 
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