Kill Cancer with THC and Cannabinoids! Read More…

Kill Cancer with THC and Cannabinoids
Christina Sanchez a researcher from Compultense University in Madrid Spain explains how THC can help greatly in the destruction of cancer cells. and is looking to continue the research in to human patients.





Dr. Christina Sanchez from Cannabis Planet on Vimeo.

We have taken a look over the internet and found one of the most well received ways to create pure Cannabis oil for the treatment of cancer.

there is much research but details are still hazy on the matter.. please excuse the pun.. but there are people all over the world already using this method to help treat there cancers.

We will look to add more information to this post as i find reliable sources, but please leave any comments to help use find more useful information for everyone!

Make Your Own Medical Marijuana Oil:

Make your own hemp oil using Rick’s only OFFICIAL recipe…. free of charge, as always.

How to make the oil.
How Much to take.

Ensuring the correct dosage is used is key to overcoming cancer and not becoming overly drowsy. Please take care to follow the directions.

Dalai Lama’s guide to happiness, fulfilment and purpose

Meditate to create a new world! Through Quantum Physics

5 Free Gifts of Life – Breathing

Get the most out of your life for free! These five gifts of life are the cornerstones to health and happiness. Are you using them already? Create balance in your daily life by making time to re-energise. So very much of our attention goes things outside of ourselves, we forget true vitality is internally generated.


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Find Your Dream Job


How To Find And Do Work That You Love – Scott Dinsmore


Stuck in a daily grind doing something that makes you feel less than inspired and happy? You are not alone!


Watch Scott Dinsmore’s passionate and dynamic presentation on how to find what excites you and build a career around the work that only you are capable of doing..





Find your dream job. Scott Dinsmore’s mission is to change the world by helping people find what excites them and build a career around the work only they are capable of doing. He is a career change strategist whose demoralizing experience at a Fortune 500 job launched his quest to understand why 80% of adults hate the work they do, and more importantly, to identify what the other 20% were doing differently. His research led to experiences with thousands of employees and entrepreneurs from 158 countries. Scott distilled the results down to his Passionate Work Framework – three surprisingly simple practices for finding and doing work you love, that all happen to be completely within our control. He makes his career tools available free to the public through his community at



Welcome to See This Life.

I would like to begin by sharing the top three things that I think are truely Amazing!
These are some of my ‘happy thoughts’ and when I think about it perhaps they are blessings for us all.

As I write this I know that the next things on the list would most likely be gestation and birth and then there is the incredible intelligence held in every seed which tells it which kind of plant to grow into!

Yet to start….

Sky Rainbows, Rivers and Snowflakes!

1) Sky Rainbows are fantastical. They show us natures vibrant palette in surreal clarity and have a seemingly magical power to appear and disappear quite suddenly. They are both transparent and gigantic which gives them an otherworldly quality and through these qualities symbolise illusion and freedom.

Last year I experienced THE ULTIMATE RAINBOW. It spanned the sky and proceeded to come directly towards me, offering up a glittering silver grey centre beneath its arch. I stood transfixed in my rooftop garden as it came right up close, directly above and all around me. Each densely saturated coloured ring vibrated brilliantly in a spectacular phenomena of prismic light. I had the strangest feeling that I was looking directly into the face of the creator!

2) Rivers rush by, gallon by epic gallon, persistent and seemingly endless. If you have you ever stayed for days beside a large river you will know they do not stop flowing and this seems truely amazing! Where does it all come from and how can it just keep coming even when the skys are clear. We all know the answer but the sheer immensity of it is exceptional. I like to imagine the earth, especially in the hills and mountains for this purpose as a giant sponge. It fills up and then overflows when it can not absorb any more. The water pours down the slopes finding channels to draw together in, growing stronger as more droplets join in until it becomes a powerful torrent. Maybe I should be amazed at the size of the sponge! Rivers remind me that when small things join together they can become powerful and that in lifes cycles there are stages which are more powerful than others.

3) Snowflakes are the epitomy of diversity and beauty. The first time I remember seeing snowflakes fall I looked up into the sky and laughed and laughed. I was mesmerized as they just kept gently swirling down getting larger and larger until their fragile forms landed on my face. In the library I discovered a wonderful book filled with scientific photographs of snowflakes. This was in the days when the internet was still developing so these images were not available online. I can sit for ages and look at images of snowflakes. Their elaborate designs all unique, their creation from ice crystals astonishing, their delicacy and beauty profound. These icy starlets remind me that perfection is infinite and that creative intelligence is all around us in the seemingly invisible.