7 years in the making ! The Sacred Plant Cannabis

Quote begin,  ” I feel a kind of sadness that the series is over. I have no words to say how much I appreciate what you are presenting to the public. It is time to stop our gov’t from hindering people from getting the medicines they need. I know that big “Pharm” is spending billions on lobbying to crooked politicians so they can peddal their garbage. God will help you succeed. This can’t be hidden forever.  ”  End Quote

My latest email from John Malanca  ~~

Hi Sandra

Episode 7: “What’s Next & How It Impacts Us All” is playing tonight…

Get ready for a fantastic finale to a fabulous series.

Go here to watch Episode 7 now 

Here’s a sneak peek to tonight’s show:

  • A tour of the CannMed Conference at Harvard Medical School
  • The discovery and explanation of THCa (a new cannabis compound)
  • New and promising areas of cannabis research
  • The final chapters in Patricia and Jill’s stories
  • How we can create change together so cannabis is legal and available everywhere
  • Plus a whole lot more

Be sure to tune in and watch tonight’s episode here.

Afterwards, remember…

Please help us spread the word by commenting and sharing in the section below the video.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

John Malanca

P.S. Have you missed an episode or would you like to watch an episode again?

Maybe you want to share it with a loved one and support our mission…

Learn more about owning The Sacred Plant docuseries here

And remember…the entire series is available for up to 67% off until this Friday, November 10th.

© Copyright 2017, TSP Publishing, LLC, All Rights Reserved.  ”

Oh My God, in reading comments on the video John and Corinne did together, two people gave John their condolences in the passing of his wife, Corinne, this is a tribute to her:


In another source,  ” Conveniently, this presents one of the major issues in medical marijuana circles: the source material for the “hemp-based,” “CBD oils” that companies have been marketing as a legal cure in all 50 states. ”

How Cannabis Cleans Up Nuclear Radiation And Toxic Soil




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4 Responses to 7 years in the making ! The Sacred Plant Cannabis

  1. sandyfl100 says:

    Okay now this is VERY personal~~ as several family members , mine and my husband’s have died prematurely, because of them ! ” A toxic cover-up and thousands asking why they’re sick. “a few days ago I learned of an incident in 1959 of what the article states as ” In 1959, Area Four was the site of one of the worst nuclear accidents in U.S. history. But the federal government still hasn’t told the public that radiation was released into the atmosphere as a result of the partial nuclear meltdown. ” ” The U.S. government secretly allowed radiation from a damaged reactor to be released into air over the San Fernando and Simi valleys in the wake of a major nuclear meltdown in Southern California more than 50 years ago — fallout that nearby residents contend continues to cause serious health consequences and, in some cases, death. ” BTW, we now KNOW The Sacred Plant can remove toxic waste from soil.
    ” A toxic cover-up and thousands asking why they’re sick. The NBC4 I-Team exposes the truth about a major government lie. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015) ” My family lived in the San Fernando Valley and 1 1/2 miles away lived my husband and his family ! 😦 Many family members, in both families, have died prematurely and others have major health issues ~~ my emotions are running very high ~

  2. sandyfl100 says:

    Within the above article are links for volumes of information~~ at a glance : ” Years of mishandling dangerous radioactive materials and chemicals has also left a toxic legacy for generations of people living near the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. ” ” For decades, scientists and staff at SSFL experimented with new types of nuclear reactors, advanced rocket systems and futuristic weapons. While this research helped launch Americans into space and provided a better understanding of nuclear power, years of mishandling dangerous radioactive materials and chemicals has also left a toxic legacy for generations of people living near the site. The scientists are now gone, but acres and acres of radioactive and chemical contamination remains right above the neighborhoods of thousands. ” Then follows 9 parts of the broadcast in videos.


    ” The NBC4 I-Team spent a year investigating the story of the Santa Susana Field Lab. Our work involved interviews with whistleblowers, an intense review of more than 15,000 pages of government, academic and corporate documents, and interviews with dozens of community members, experts and public officials. We now know these families have been living in the shadow of one of the nation’s worst nuclear disasters in history and for the first time, NBC4 is revealing LA’s Nuclear Secret.

    ” THE SITE
    The Santa Susana Field Lab occupies more than 2,800 acres in the rocky terrain of the Simi Hills at the intersection of Simi Valley and the West San Fernando Valley. It sits atop the Simi Hills overlooking Simi Valley to the north, Chatsworth, West Hills and Canoga Park to the east, Woodland Hills and Thousand Oaks to the south, and Moorpark to the west. ” Followed by a map.
    ” The Santa Susana Field Lab went into operation in 1947 and would eventually become home to 10 experimental nuclear reactors as well as the site of thousands of rocket, energy and weapons tests. Because of corporate mergers and acquisitions over the years, SSFL has had several owners throughout the decades. It’s also been used by the U.S. government. Its nuclear activities at Area IV were once supervised by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission which later became the United States Department of Energy. Another section of the field lab is actually owned by the federal government and was used by NASA for rocket tests and scientific experiments. ”
    Several more sections, titles Why was it called a Field Lab?
    Where is the Field Lab located?
    Why did they pick that location for the Field Lab?
    How is the Santa Susana Field Lab organized?
    Who owns SSFL?
    Who is responsible for the clean-up of the Santa Susana Field Lab?
    What is the status of the clean-up at SSFL? ”

    During its history, there were several nuclear accidents at the Santa Susana Field Lab. Some experts believe the 1959 partial meltdown at SSFL could be the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history, surpassing the radiation released during the Three Mile Island accident. ”
    ” We asked the responsible parties to speak to us on camera and answer our questions. The U.S. Department of Energy, NASA, Boeing and Brandeis-Bardin Institute all declined our requests for an on-camera interview. Instead, they provided us with written statements. ”
    ” “DOE is committed to the safe cleanup of the Energy Technology Engineering Center and is actively working on groundwater characterization having already completed soil characterization. We look forward to continuing to work with the State of California, Congress, the Chumash tribe, and local stakeholders in fulfillment of this important mission.”
    Brandeis-Bardin Institute
    Runkle Canyon LLC
    Then a section on THE WHISTLEBLOWERS
    What went wrong?
    How bad was the accident?
    Was there a containment facility?
    What was done with the radioactive material?
    That night, were the workers scared?
    Why would the government lie?
    Where did the radiation go?
    How did the workers feel?
    Do you know how much radiation you were exposed to?
    Why speak out now? ” and I am only halfway through this article. In Gratitude

  3. sandyfl100 says:

    A quote from her website, ” WOMEN OF CANNABIZ ”
    ” We stumbled on a coconut oil capsule that was infused with cannabis plant matter. We only chose this because we knew we could freeze it and cut it into thirds. We gave my dad 1/3 every day. In 24 hours he was out of bed, in a week he put the oxygen tank in the closet. “

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