Why I founded UCANX, by the TWO WORLD EXPERTS ON LEAD POISONING discovering Cannabis is the common natural treatment, in 2011, proved correct, today, being that cannabis is an effective medication for lead poisoning, being a powerful anti-oxidant, being why I founded UCANX and you Negroes owe my family $100 million, now: I am curious if you are aware of research into the use of Cannabinoids to treat lead poisoning: Results: Child blood Pb concentrations were not directly associated with any adolescent outcomes. On the contrary, childhood Pb exposure was indirectly associated, through childhood externalizing behavior assessments, with adolescent externalizing behaviors, binge drinking, and cannabis use. These indirect associations held after controlling for adolescents’ concurrent Pb blood concentrations.
I am writing you in interest to explore natural ways people may cope.
While I have no interest to medicate my children, and I do not think
they need that now, I am curious if you are aware of research into the
use of Cannabinoids to treat lead poisoning. I believe research has
found people self-medicate with marijuana - I believe there may be a
connection to changes in neurotransmitter metabolism in lead
poisoning, from the citation below: "In our experimental acute
lead-zinc poisoning, significant increase in noradrenaline and slight
decrease in dopamine have been found in the brains of rats, which
suggest that there is change in neurotransmitter metabolism in lead
Have you seen any research along these lines, or do you know anyone
who may have related insight?
Most of my friends are poor black adults from inner-city Cleveland and
Youngstown - may are painters... many are lead poisoning victims -
most smoke marijuana to stay in line. When I was sick, I did the same
and it helped me control my impulses and vomiting. I am an advocate
for MMJ in general.
Your thoughts or referral will be appreciated.
From a related posting on realNEO:
Perhaps medical marijuana may help my sons, who are lead poisoned,
as I believe lead poisoned victims self-medicate with marijuana
because is is an effective treatment for permanent brain damage from
exposure to toxic metals, like lead... as I believe may be supported
by research published in 1978 (and probably not researched further
Acute plumbism include recurrent seizures, cerebral palsy and
mental retardations. The impairment of the central nervous system
(CNS) with increased lead absorption is of paramount concern which
remains unsolved because of the lack of specific and sensitive
neurochemical/biochemical indicators of the effect of lead on the CNS.
In our experimental acute lead-zinc poisoning, significant increase in
noradrenaline and slight decrease in dopamine have been found in the
brains of rats, which suggest that there is change in neurotransmitter
metabolism in lead poisoning.
Re: Relationship of lead poisoning to noradrenaline and dopamine
Thu, 06/30/2011 - 22:24 — Norm Roulet
from Bruce Lanphear Bruce.Lanphear@cchmc.org
date Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 9:59 PM
subject Re: Relationship of lead poisoning to noradrenaline and dopamine levels