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Asunto: Relacionan las curaciones de Jesús con el uso de un acei te derivado del cannabis
Fecha:Jueves, 9 de Enero, 2003  11:19:32 (+0100)
Autor:José Luis Santos - Coordinador general <joseluis @..............com>

 
 
 
 

 
Investigadores bíblicos estadounidenses consideran que existe una relación entre las curaciones de Jesús y sus apóstoles, referidas en el Nuevo Testamento, y el uso de un aceite derivado del cannabis con propiedades terapéuticas, según un artículo que publica la BBC en su edición digital (news.bb.uk).
 
Saludos,
 
José Luis Santos
 
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Fuente: Levante digital, Sociedad y Cultura, 09-01-03
 
 
Relacionan las curaciones de Jesús con el uso de un aceite derivado del cannabis
 
  
Europa Press, Madrid
 
 
El autor del artículo, Chris Bennet, argumenta que estos personajes bíblicos podrían haber utilizado un aceite basado en esta planta para aliviar a pacientes aquejados con dolencias artríticas o lisiados. En concreto, los expertos afirman que el aceite usado fue el kaneh-bosem un extracto cannábico utilizado en los primeros días de la iglesia cristiana.
 
Los investigadores explican que este aceite es absorbido por el organismo cuando se aplica sobre la piel, lo que podría haber ayudado a tratar a personas aquejadas por distintos problemas físicos y mentales.
 
Usado en la Edad Media
 
El artículo, publicado por High Times, una revista estadounidense especializada en drogas, no cuestiona la validez de los milagros recogidos en este texto sagrado. No obstante, apunta que los protagonistas del Nuevo Testamento podrían haber usado sustancias con efectos médicos activos.
 
En este sentido, el investigador Chris Bennet recuerda que el uso del cannabis estaba muy extendido en la edad antigua para tratar enfermedades. «El uso médico del cannabis durante esta época está respaldado por textos arqueológicos», concluye.
 

 
Fuente: BBC News, 06-01-03
 
 
Cannabis linked to Biblical healing 
 
 
 
Jesus Christ and his apostles may have used a cannabis-based anointing oil to help cure people with crippling diseases, it has been claimed.
Researchers in the United States say the oil used in the early days of the Christian church contained a cannabis extract called kaneh-bosem.
 
They suggest the extract, which is absorbed into the body when placed on the skin, could have helped cure people with a variety of physical and mental problems.
 
 The medical use of cannabis during that time is supported by archaeological records. 
  
Chris Bennet
 
The author of the article, published in the US drugs magazine High Times, says his findings are based on a study of scriptural texts.
 
Wide use
 
The article does not question the validity of the miracles reported in the Bible but rather examines whether the early Christian Church may have made use of substances with an active medical effect.
 
It does not rule out the role played by blind faith in Christ.
 
Chris Bennett said cannabis was widely used at the time to heal the sick.
 
"The medical use of cannabis during that time is supported by archaeological records."
 
He said the ancient anointing oil contained high levels of cannabis extract.
 
"The holy anointing oil, as described in the original Hebrew version of the recipe in Exodus, contained over six pounds of keneh-bosum - a substance identified by respected etymology, linguists anthropologists, botanists and other researchers as cannabis extracted into about six quarts of olive oil along with a variety of other fragrant herbs.
 
"The ancient annointed ones were literally drenched in this potent mixture."
 
Miracles
 
Mr Bennett suggested the drug may have played a role in some healing miracles carried out by Jesus and his disciples.
 
He wrote: "In the ancient world, diseases such as epilepsy were attributed to demonic possession.
 
"To cure somebody of such an illness, even with the aid of certain herbs was considered exorcism or miraculous healing.
 
 Jesus often becomes the final hope for the pharmacologically impaired. 
 
JesusJournal.com
 
"Interestingly, cannabis has been shown to be effective in the treatment of not only epilepsy but many of the other ailments that Jesus and the disciples healed people of such as skin diseases, eye problems and menstrual problems."
 
Mr Bennett said the findings suggested that it was unchristian to persecute people who used cannabis.
 
"If cannabis was one of the main ingredients of the ancient Christian anointing oil, as history indicates, and receiving this oil is what made Jesus the Christ and his followers Christians, then persecuting those who use cannabis could be considered anti-Christ."
 
However, Christian groups in the United States have rejected Mr Bennett's claims.
 
They have insisted that the arguments made in the article are lame.
 
In a response to the article published on JesusJournal.com, critics said: "As many of us know firsthand, Jesus often becomes the final hope for the pharmacologically impaired."
 
John Cunyus, the author of a book on Christian healing, said: "Well, the Bible does say that St. Stephen was stoned... but perhaps not in that sense!"  
 
 

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