Monthly Archives: December 2011

Autism: A Year In Review

By the way, cannabis is probably the safest medicine for autism and may work for around 7 out of every 10 autistic people. All the best for 2012 :)Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Using Facebook Mobile to review an entire page’s output!

Now you can, thanks to the magic of URLchemy(TM) By Cannabis for Autism on Facebook! :o Begin by taking this url: http://m.facebook.com/wall.php?id=158293914193460&time=1333333333 and where it has “time=1333333333″ you can play around with the digits to travel back and forth in … Continue reading

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Dad has something to say:

While searching for more information on CB1 knockout mice and their part in the autism puzzle, I came across the article ‘Surprising connections between “Failure-to-Thrive” and Cannabinoids‘ and a quick search for ‘autism’ revealed this: ‘ Dad July 9, 2010 2:15 pm (Pacific time) It’s … Continue reading

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Your child’s autism WILL Reverse (or why the Kurz Study is no better than anecdote?)

Those of you who are familiar with the six-month Kurz Study may have looked at the result; Compared to baseline, significant improvements were observed for hyperactivity, lethargy, irritability, stereotypy and inappropriate speech at follow-up (p=0.043). Then wondered about what that “P=0.043″ actually means? … Continue reading

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Cannabis (Sativex) for Multiple Sclerosis (and Autism?) in Sweden after all!

With almost magical timing, a Press Release from GW Pharma tells us that Sativex* is now available in Sweden. This won’t be the first time medical cannabis has been legally used in Sweden, according to some folk at C4A on FB. Which leads … Continue reading

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The limitations of anecdotal evidence – Cannabis for (real, checkable individuals with) Autism

If you’ve already looked for anecdotal evidence, you may have found a few examples. Perhaps one of the more common ones, or some of the many comments by unverifiable internet avatars. If you are thinking critically, you should have n=1 … Continue reading

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More anecdotal evidence. Cannabis treats Autism…

Newautism.com give us this Nov 2009 offering, with one or two extra anecdotes in the comments as usual. Here, there, and everywhere, they are!

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