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menaka12000 60 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 27, 2015 10:18 AM Member since: Feb 15, 2002
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  • Reply to

    How did this get to .30?

    by chuck_liddell2 Feb 26, 2015 1:43 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 27, 2015 10:18 AM Flag

    I am trying to see the comment of 'baltimoron' on this topic but it does not appear, although the topic indicates two replies!! Often times, I have noted messages that are unfavorable getting deleted from message boards of that particular stock. Just think about it !

  • Reply to

    Good news from Alaska

    by myrmbrnl Feb 24, 2015 1:57 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 25, 2015 10:07 AM Flag

    What you say is true, but does it really help investors in MJNA and similar businesses. Can you mention any publicly traded companies that are involved in the "recreational marijuana" business? Certainly, MJNA is not.

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 25, 2015 10:02 AM Flag

    Cut the blind hype out! Can you mention any publicly traded companies involved in the recreational marijuana business? Most investors in Cannabis related companies suffer from the Stockholm syndrome. They identify themselves with the scammers!

  • Reply to

    Let's play the game the company playing with us

    by crowbar24382 Feb 24, 2015 10:01 AM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 24, 2015 12:46 PM Flag

    Your post is self-contradicting, because of the favorable posts you have made before and, now, what you are implying that MJNA is trying to mislead its shareholders, i.e., they are ".. dumping , .. They need cash as all pos pinks. They are not going to let the normal shareholders get many .105 or .111 .Just their Market buddy's that on the their Team . MM's Brokers , Hedges , wall st . Banks ,and private wealthy financial buddy's ... "

    What sane investor would want to invest in a company like this ? Under these circumstances, aren't the investors better off to completely stay away from this company; avoid unnecessary losses and, not to forget, the stress?!!

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 23, 2015 4:12 PM Flag

    How does recreational pot use help CBIS which is not in that business?

    See CBIS profile: Cannabis Science, Inc. develops, produces, and commercializes phytocannabinoid-based pharmaceutical products. It develops medicines to treat autism, blood pressure, cancer and cancer side effects, and other illnesses, including general health maintenance. ....

  • Reply to

    Scam Stock

    by illkeptsecret Feb 23, 2015 3:11 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 23, 2015 4:00 PM Flag

    Why do you say this? Please provide some reasons.

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 20, 2015 11:01 AM Flag

    CBD oil products have become the craze for all 'sicknesses' since cannabis legalization in certain states. I am not personally aware of any cures they may produce. However, I am personally aware of non-cannabis cures and certain individuals who brought their ailment under complete control.

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 19, 2015 9:40 PM Flag

    I am not aware of any CBD treatment for eczema at this time.

    However, I know a friend and, also, a very young daughter of a another close friend who had eczema and both were completely cured. But they had to get their herbal medicines from overseas and had to be careful about the food which they absolutely didn't mind which diet they continue even after cure.

    As I go along, there are other details that come to mind. It is the food, food and food that makes the sickness to continue and, also, that can provide the cure. Eczema manifests depending on peoples' body chemistry. I can list a hundred don't-eat items but if your friend sticks to basics that will do.

    -Another item to avoid in general is sugar and, specially, sodas.
    -Also tomatoes, which is acidic. Because, for this condition body acids have to be controlled. The skin breaks out when the body is incapable of tolerating the levels of body acidity That is the reason for raw milk and pro-biotic yoghurt.

    -I also recommend a pod of raw garlic daily to be swallowed with water like taking a tablet. This cleanses the internal system.
    -Also a table spoon of chlorophyll, herbal, daily which is a green liquid that you can get from the Vitamin Shoppe, or GNC.

    I have given you a lot of info, its good if you can put this in order under lists 'Not to Do' and 'To Do'.

    All the best.

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 19, 2015 5:42 PM Flag

    No coffee too!

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 19, 2015 5:33 PM Flag

    When I say "raw milk" it should be unpasteurized, straight from the cow's udder.

  • menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 19, 2015 5:22 PM Flag

    This is a terrible sickness to have and the food you eat can aggravate the condition. It is all internal. Here's my cure:

    Stop consuming acidic foods, including fried food; fast foods; any acidic fruits such as pineapple, strawberries; instead eat alkaline fruits like bananas; honey dew; cantaloupe which I can think of at present; stop taking antibiotics because they don't work; no vinegar in food. or lime juice.

    Stop consuming red meats; also, specially sea food which is 'deadly', including tuna; can eat some fish like fresh salmon; also no fatty foods, processed foods;
    -drink a cup of raw milk daily, if you can get it; if you can avoid all types of meats, still better
    -cleanse the internal digestive system at least once a month with senna based cleaning teas, such as 'Three Ballerinas', take two bags to make it strong, or Milk of Magnesia;
    -Eat as much raw vegetables with meals

    -Avoid over the counter run-of-the-mill yoghurts, instead eat actual Greek Yoghurts with pro-biotic bacteria

    -Apply turmeric powder on rashes

    The type of foods you eat is mainly responsible for its continuation.

  • Reply to

    Big Capital loading this now !

    by crowbar24382 Feb 18, 2015 9:50 AM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 18, 2015 11:01 AM Flag

    Would it be possible for you to provide some evidence/details? What 'big capital' is involved??

    Please understand this is a faceless, irresponsible, and a blind message board. Your input will be appreciated.

  • menaka12000 by menaka12000 Feb 17, 2015 3:08 PM Flag

    This is a great stock to trade because its swing are significant. Place a limit order for 6000@ 7.40 good until cancelled.
    This I what I feel after following this for the last 10 to 12 months.

  • With just two people in the whole company doing all this 'work' the stock is at $6+ per share!! What's wrong with this scenario ? Do investors have any clue at all about where to put their money? Just give it to the homeless, they will at least say "Thank you!"

  • Reply to

    Fitx will own this market

    by mjstockshark Feb 13, 2015 3:00 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 13, 2015 5:31 PM Flag

    This is an industry that has much potential to be profitable for both companies and investors. The start-ups know that investors are impatient to get in and they are doing all they can lure them/investors into the business. There are a lot of companies with dubious characters who will take advantage of investors who have limited or no knowledge about what these companies are. One of these companies, in fact, has a guy who had worked at Oakmont Stratton, the one that was figured in the movie "Wolf at Wall St." Read that article I have posted and keep it as a reference guide.

    I don't want to wear blinders and I am strenuously looking for that genuine company where I can put my money in for the long term. In case you find one, just share it with us and I will do the same.


    We are all hasty to find which company has a genuine business plan where we can put our money into. With the current legal uncertainties, all these start-ups are pushing their stock to an investing population that has limited knowledge about their products, the companies involved, and how beneficial they would be to consumers. At the same, in this MaryJane jungle, its an open season for scammers because they know that there are investors who are waiting to grab what they believe may work. Therefore, companies will do whatever they can to push their shares.

  • Reply to

    Confession!!! Completely flabbergasted!

    by menaka12000 Feb 12, 2015 1:11 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 12, 2015 4:11 PM Flag

    Yes, I have been having positive views of MJNA and even spoke with one of their execs sometime back. My post was not meant to bash MJNA, but the article was informative and gave a different perspective to think about as opposed to what I have known about MJNA all along. The article is somewhat like everything we do in life and we go on seeking information to educate ourselves, specially when our assets are involved. This is an instance of that kind.

    However, my concerns with MJNA is what little information they give shareholders about their transactions. In connection with the recent deal with Kanna where MJNA said the price was in the range of $120M to $210M (around those figures), it was very ambiguous because the price range should not be in the 100% range if a company has prudent financial controls. This is a disservice to shareholders. I still hold about 16,000 shares, which is not much for a penny stock, and have a stop sale at $0.09 I will religiously follow this stock into the future, and will buy if signs would be positive.

  • Read this 30 page report, word to word, on MJNA posted by 'batcaveinit' and felt like a tsunami struck me! It was well written and carefully researched, and provided a deep insight into people behind MJNA, its finances and marketing. If you are an investor in any stock, it is imperative that you educate yourself about the industry, along with the murky lines that divide the legality of the business and the ambiguous claims made about its products. Then you will be armed to make that investment decision and will be happy of whatever the outcome.

    I am thankful to 'batcave..' for posting this link and for the knowledge I obtained.

    Here is that link again:

    I shall appreciate any opinions about this report.

  • Reply to

    Buy order @ 7.30 to 7.40

    by menaka12000 Feb 11, 2015 3:53 PM
    menaka12000 menaka12000 Feb 11, 2015 4:32 PM Flag

    All from RAD??

  • RAD swings far and wide and is one of the stocks to make money on ups and downs.

    Just last week I bought @ 7.20 and sold today @ 8.30. I have limit buy orders at 7.30, 7.35 and 7.40. Will swing back to around 7.90 or 8.00 at which time I will sell.

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