Date: 2018-02-08 19:37:05
Ok let's get back to the Patanjali thing, We all know they have made their name into a big brand in India and we all use or had used at least once in our lifetime.
They are back in the news again and this time it's not for any food oil, face cleansers, soap, or any food item!! It's Marijuana ladies and gentlemen.
The Patanjali started their franchise by saying a Naara of "Swadeshi". And now Patanjali has asked for legalizing Marijuana in the country and I think people will call that "Swadeshi Marijuana".
In a recent Telephonic interview to Quartz, the company CEO talks on this, He Said
In Ayurveda, since ancient times, parts of cannabis (hemp), for instance, have been used for medicinal purposes. So, we are looking at various formulations. We should ponder over the benefits and positive uses of the cannabis plant
Did You guys read it thoroughly?? It's been used since ancient times!! And it's 21st-century peeps.
Kya Tum Bhi Woi Sochre Ho Jo Mein Sochra Hu? Ok, don't start jumping on the place right away!!They are doing it for some good purpose.
Yes, Marijuana can be used for positive purpose too and that's what Patanjali is researching on, they are aiming to eliminate all the harmful properties from the Marijuana so that it can be used for some medicinal purpose.
Maybe one-day Marijuana help in curing any disease, I hope it does. If it adds some good thing to nature then why not, Marijuana man.
Now, can you find a better name for Patanjali Marijuana product?? I Thought of "Marijuana Bhusi Goli"
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