⚕️ » Why Are People Hoarding Toilet Paper as a Result of the CoronaVirus 😷 (COVID-19)?

Yesterday, I went to the grocery store (I’m visiting California right now), and going in, I passed this young couple that the young man has all the toilet paper that he can carry.. I don’t even know how many rolls he had. I go into the Ralph’s, a huge, huge store, and they still have a little bit of toilet paper left. You’re probably too late now, but half an aisle of a huge grocery store taken up was with toilet paper. 

Now, folks, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease. Unless you’ve got your head someplace that it shouldn’t be, toilet paper is not going to be a whole lot of help to you with a respiratory disease. Now, on the other hand, there really are things that you should be stocking up on: bottled water, soup, yes, CBD. Believe it or not, edible cannabis or edible CBD. The fact is that we know that cannabis has some antiviral activity, whether or not that will make the slightest difference for the Coronavirus, I have no idea. I’m not telling you to do this because this will cure or prevent that. But, we also know that it is anti-inflammatory. We know that, you know, it really places stress on the respiratory system, which means, of course, that you should not be smoking anything. And a lot of the vape products are too hot. 

But to have an edible, a sublingual, you know, some form of cannabis (whole cannabis or CBD). This is something that you should have in your house, because most people, unless they’re really old like me, are at really very low risk of dying from the virus. But it only on the other hand is like a bad case of the flu; it makes people feel really, really bad. And so for just symptomatic relief, this is something that you should think about. But you can leave the toilet paper at the grocery store.

Richard Cowan

CBDSeniors.com co-founder is long-time marijuana legalization advocate, Richard Cowan. Cowan’s December 1973 cover-article in the late William F. Buckley’s National Review magazine, calling for American Conservatives to support marijuana legalization drew international attention the absurdity of marijuana prohibition and was described as opening a new front in the drug war.

In The December 6, 1986 issue of National Review, Cowan’s cover article, How the Narcs Created Crack, is credited with introducing “the Iron Law of Prohibition” and became the subject of a book on the economics of contraband, the stronger the drugs.
From August 1992 to August 1995 Cowan served as executive director of NORML. Cowan decided to help found CBDSeniors.com because the remnants of marijuana prohibition continue to block access to CBD in many areas, and prohibition makes standardized testing more difficult. He also wants to de-stigmatize the cannabis plant to senior citizens who were fed lies and misinformation throughout their entire life. Cowan now lives in Europe where he works with marijuana legalization activists.

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Richard Cowan

CBDSeniors.com co-founder is long-time marijuana legalization advocate, Richard Cowan. Cowan’s December 1973 cover-article in the late William F. Buckley’s National Review magazine, calling for American Conservatives to support marijuana legalization drew international attention the absurdity of...