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    Posted January 5, 2014 by
    Grover Beach, California
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    Changed your mind about marijuana?

    It's NOT just for smoking!

    I'm a "regular" person and I lead a rather normal life except I smoke cannabis. After I came down with a nasty auto-immune disease I turned to cannabis in earnest. I now make salve and oils with this most wonderful herb and guess what? People are feeling better. On Facebook is a small company that has made all this not only possible for me but a host of other gals in my situation. Our group of 28 now has a grand total of 6 Magical Butter Machines. This beauty can whirl out batch after batch of the most perfect cannabis oil. It brings some of the only relief we have been able to get, not even morphine can touch the pain of this Dercum's Disease. It has taken our care out of the doctor's hands and placed it squarely in our own hands, which has made all the difference. The owner of the Magical Butter Machine has to be the most caring, gifted man I have ever met. He has built this small company on word-of-mouth alone and a phenomena called Facebook media. It's working, so many people are able to take matters into their own hands. So many KIDS getting the relief they deserve. Yes I would buy retail cannabis and I would turn it into oil with my Magical Butter Machine and heal the world, one person at a time. We are 85,000 strong and counting, hear us ROAR! Here comes Medical/Recreational Marijuana for anybody who needs or wants this most precious flower. It has the power to heal!
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