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Very Potent Nepali Hashish killed Bruce Lee

Discussion in 'Politics' started by hashcankill, Apr 14, 2008.

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    hashcankill

    hashcankill New Member

    People like potheads laugh when they hear that a lethal strain of Nepali Hashish killed Bruce Lee. Nepali hashish from Katmandu is very potent and strong. It's concentrated into a brick--it's strong.

    Here are two types of potheads: 1) the fat or middle-sized veteran who has been eating or smoking weed or hash for a long time.

    2) the newbie or newjack potsmoker who probably goes to high school or college.

    both of the above 2 types have a good amount of body fat to buffer the effects of Nepali hashish.

    Bruce Lee had almost no body fat.

    Also nepali hashish (the real potent type which I think is called SuperNepali) is very, very expensive. The above 2 types of potheads may take a vacation or trip to Amsterdam and be able to score this very expensive Nepali hashish. But, Bruce Lee was eating A LOT OF this prohibitively expensive Nepali hashish over a period of 5 or 6 months, from the filming of Game of Death to the making of Enter the Dragon. None of the above 2 types of potheads could afford to eat so much potent Nepali hashish every day for that long a time period. If they did, their bodies would do what Bruce's body did: vomit, to get rid of the poisons.

    You would have to be a retired, very wealthy athlete to take as much Nepali hashish to kill a person. In good physical health with no body fat to buffer the potentially lethal effects of the hashish. Please note that hashish unlike weed is not leafy, it's an ugly, mud brick.

    Also, Bruce had side effects from Nepali hashish--severe headaches. Even the movie Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story and all his close friends would say Bruce had severe headaches. Go and speak with the chinese elders who would be the same age as Bruce Lee would have been today--in their 60's and 70's and tell them about "Dai-ma" pronounced "Die-Mah". It's the cantonese word for Hashish and they will also agree that is what killed him.

    It's worth noting that to understand what killed Bruce is to know what type of symptoms he had which led to his death: 1) vomiting 2) seizures 3) severe headaches, fainting and coma. All these symptoms run hand in hand with herbal poisoning. In fact, if you do a google search "vomiting + seizures + fainting/and or coma" you will get a long list of results showing "poisonous herbs."

    In fact there's one herbal plant that if you eat a normal amount of, nothing will happen, but if you o-d on it or eat too much you will get headaches, vomiting and seizures!

    Can you believe that? So please be careful on your trip to Holland or anywhere else where you can get a strong strain of hashish.

    So, there you have it...the average pot smoker laughs at the educated research that hashish is what killed Bruce Lee because the average pot smoker doesn't have the following:

    1) a lot of money to afford a large amount of what in small quantities is very expensive, namely a lethal strain of hashish and a lot of money to eat a lot of it every day for 6 months.

    2) zero or very low body fat. This body fat would help buffer the potent effects of Nepali hashish.

    Remember Linda Lee made a quick statement after Bruce died that she held no suspicion of nothing other than natural causes. Why did she do that so soon before an autopsy? Because she needed to say so for life insurance purposes and to prevent a epidemic in Hong Kong of Hashish use and to preserve Bruce's name in the eyes of children. The children of 1973 have grown up now. Do the research on the web site "Bruce Lee: The Divine Wind", read "Dynamic Becoming" by James Bishop copyr. 1997. All the respected martial arts authorities including Asian film expert Bey Logan know that it was hashish that killed him.

    The 35th anniversary of Bruce Lee's death will occur on July 20, 2008. Out of respect to Bruce Lee, I have quit cannabis. I'm not a republican, conservative anti-drug freak. I'm still a liberal tolerant Democrat. But this info. needs to be told, out of respect to Bruce Lee.

    and out of respect to Bruce Lee, a great human being, please don't make fun of this message.....

    Peace...find joy in meditation....:peace:
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    someones been into the hash jar again.

    sorry it just doesn't happen. IMG_3737.jpg
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    PurfectStorm

    PurfectStorm Well-Known Member

    this shit right here...this shit right here nigga!

    haha
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    I'm pretty sure most herbs if consumed in large quantities of concentrated strength could be lethal, some more than others. If you ingested huge amounts of pure 100% THC, besides going stark raving mad, You'd probably croak. I read one time that a tribe in central America had these rituals and lived the Pot life, smoked it ate it etc. Well some back packing hippys stumbled into their midst. They took them in and iniciated them into their pot rituals with the warning that no matter wherever they were, they would be punished for wrongdoing. So one of the hippies got back to NYC and turned into a life of crime, actually killed someone. The head shaman of the tribe sent out the vibe and stopped the guys heart. Now is this true? I know not. I read it in High times or some other rag about 20 years ago.
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    Azgrow

    Azgrow Well-Known Member

    bruce lee was a new age thinker while still practicing the old ways....so who knows what combination of things he was taken....the effects you listed are nothing more then what any poinsiong will do be it herbel or chemical.....if hashish was the sole cause then there would be tons of other documented deaths in the east where lots of people have the body shape of bruce lee....out of respect for the dead you should live your own life...this is the basis that jeet kun do taught imo.....peace az
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    ViRedd

    ViRedd New Member

    "It's worth noting that to understand what killed Bruce is to know what type of symptoms he had which led to his death: 1) vomiting 2) seizures 3) severe headaches, fainting and coma."

    Same symptoms are caused by a brain tumor.

    Vi
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    PurfectStorm

    PurfectStorm Well-Known Member

    Excellent diagnosis Doc!:blsmoke:
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    john.roberts85

    john.roberts85 Well-Known Member

    Same symptoms are observable after intercourse with a large, actually very large woman. I still suffer from both severe headaches and vomiting. :cry:
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    ALX420

    ALX420 Well-Known Member

    same symptoms if you leave your tampon in too long.
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    john.roberts85

    john.roberts85 Well-Known Member

    Yup, TSS. :peace:
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    ALX420

    ALX420 Well-Known Member

    we've all seen the pamphlet.
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    john.roberts85

    john.roberts85 Well-Known Member

    No, it's the only thing of any importance I remembered my ex telling me. That's aside from me being an asshole.
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    ALX420

    ALX420 Well-Known Member

    can assholes get TSS? haha. its not actually that funny seeing as innocent girls die every year.
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    john.roberts85

    john.roberts85 Well-Known Member

    Innocent girls? Girls are like vipers, if you just give them time.
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    ALX420

    ALX420 Well-Known Member

    yeah but they dont deserve to die while they are innocent. let's let them fuck up first before we pass judgement.
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    ViRedd

    ViRedd New Member

    You guyz are sick! SICK ... I tell's ya! :mrgreen:

    Vi
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    hashcankill

    hashcankill New Member

    Dr. Peter Wu conducted research on Nepali Hashish and neurological problems among Asian males;

    please see: jkdstreetdefense.com

    Bruce was lulled also into believing that cannabis cannot kill. Hashish is to weed, what crack cocaine is to powder cocaine (100 x stronger).

    maybe bruce started using cannabis in the form of regular weed in the mid 1960's (almost everyone was using it at that time).

    In fact, the places where bruce lived in (on the west coast), like Seattle, San Francisco, & Los Angeles are areas where there is a lot of cannabis use.

    "Bruce started location-hunting for the Game of Death. He went to India and Nepal. It was in Nepal that he saw Pagodas that he wanted to incorporate into the Game of Death" (paraphrase from Bruce Lee, the Legend documentary). It was also in this location-hunting and trip to Nepal, that Bruce experimented with Nepali Hashish.

    He might have felt that hashish was as innocent as the pot brownies he would eat with his movie star friends like Dean Martin back in the mid 1960's.

    He must have been getting some joy from hash use because if he didn't get any euphoria, he would have stopped taking it. 2 months before his death, when bruce was doing voice dubbing for enter the dragon, he had the same symptoms and went into a brief coma. The doctors in this 2- months-before-death-event found a lot of cannabis in Bruce's stomach.This is the STRONGEST claim AGAINST the theory that equagensic caused an allergic reaction. The doctor who examined bruce 2 months before he died would have pointed out that equagensic caused an allergic reaction and bruce wouldn't take it anymore. equagensic provided no euphoria, it had no redeeming value, for which bruce would want to continue taking this headache pill. At first the side effects were just severe headaches. When he didn't need to perform a lot of martial arts for Enter The Dragon, but instead would supervise other martial artists in the movie or do something easy like voice dubbing, he would eat a lot of the nepali hashish. when he ate a lot of it (or much, much more than he usually would) he would vomit, have seizures and go into a coma. This seems to have only happened twice in May 1973 (2 months before event) and in July 20, 1973, when he died.

    After this 2 months before his death incident, bruce went to Los Angeles, CA and saw a specialist. Since he took a plane from Hong Kong to CAlif, he didn't want to risk getting caught smuggling hash with him, so he didn't use hash at that time. the specialist therefore, after giving him a physical, saw nothing wrong with bruce, this gave bruce another false sense of security.

    You may find the following personal story interesting. In fact 3 months ago, (February, 2008) when I was still trying to quit weed. I waked and baked and then a piece of a glass bottle was stuck on my sneaker, I tried to push it off by grinding it against the concrete. When that didn't work, I used my finger and I sliced my middle finger on my right hand with this broken glass bottle. It was a deep cut and the blood took a long time to clot. I later blamed this stupidity in using my finger to brush off the broken glass on being in a morning haze of a wake and bake. This further pushed my desire to quit cannabis as soon as possible.

    When I started thinking and researching Bruce's life and correcting the wrongs of the movie, Dragon, The Bruce Lee Story, one wrong I corrected was that Bruce beat or won the match against Wong Jack Man, not the other way around. Bruce hurt his back not from losing the fight against Wong Jack Man, but by not warming up enough before doing back exercises. Hollywood, just probably thought that putting this "exercise injury" in the movie was not interesting enough. Even though beating Wong Jack Man was a fight for civil rights, the right to teach Gung Fu to people of all races, blacks, whites, hispanics. After researching what exactly killed my role model and coming to the conclusion that the hashish he was taking poisoned him. No one killed or poisoned Bruce, because he was too much of a long-term "cash cow" and a hero, so there was no real motive even among the Chinese gang, the Triads. Anyway, after coming to the conclusion that a very potent or lethal strain of hashish killed him, I posted a comment on a marijuana-lover's website. After doing so, (the same day), I went to the nearby public library and read a book which said that Bruce had cut his hand on a broken glass bottle during the Enter the dragon filming fight against Oharra. Enter the Dragon was filmed from January to May , 1973 (35 years ago). After all my research and learning more about Bruce (all together 9 months of study and meditation), this was the first time I heard about him cutting his hand with a broken piece of glass. Almost 35 years ago (to the day or to the month), Bruce suffered an injury similar to mine, although it was a deeper cut. Is this coincidence? I don't think so, I think it's Bruce connecting or trying to communicate with me, or maybe somehow thanking me for helping him in a small way, by trying to spread the truth, especially to a cannabis-using audience.

    Another good source of information is "Bruce Lee, UK Fan Club Public Forum", specifically Michael Sullivan's "Abbreviated Version of Closure".
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    no one is listening.
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    hashcankill

    hashcankill New Member

    Dr. Peter Wu conducted research on Nepali Hashish and neurological problems among Asian males;

    please see: jkdstreetdefense.com

    Bruce was lulled also into believing that cannabis cannot kill. Hashish is to weed, what crack cocaine is to powder cocaine (100 x stronger).

    maybe bruce started using cannabis in the form of regular weed in the mid 1960's (almost everyone was using it at that time).

    In fact, the places where bruce lived in (on the west coast), like Seattle, San Francisco, & Los Angeles are areas where there is a lot of cannabis use.

    "Bruce started location-hunting for the Game of Death. He went to India and Nepal. It was in Nepal that he saw Pagodas that he wanted to incorporate into the Game of Death" (paraphrase from Bruce Lee, the Legend documentary). It was also in this location-hunting and trip to Nepal, that Bruce experimented with Nepali Hashish.

    He might have felt that hashish was as innocent as the pot brownies he would eat with his movie star friends like Dean Martin back in the mid 1960's.

    He must have been getting some joy from hash use because if he didn't get any euphoria, he would have stopped taking it. 2 months before his death, when bruce was doing voice dubbing for enter the dragon, he had the same symptoms and went into a brief coma. The doctors in this 2- months-before-death-event found a lot of cannabis in Bruce's stomach.This is the STRONGEST claim AGAINST the theory that equagensic caused an allergic reaction. The doctor who examined bruce 2 months before he died would have pointed out that equagensic caused an allergic reaction and bruce wouldn't take it anymore. equagensic provided no euphoria, it had no redeeming value, for which bruce would want to continue taking this headache pill. At first the side effects were just severe headaches. When he didn't need to perform a lot of martial arts for Enter The Dragon, but instead would supervise other martial artists in the movie or do something easy like voice dubbing, he would eat a lot of the nepali hashish. when he ate a lot of it (or much, much more than he usually would) he would vomit, have seizures and go into a coma. This seems to have only happened twice in May 1973 (2 months before event) and in July 20, 1973, when he died.

    After this 2 months before his death incident, bruce went to Los Angeles, CA and saw a specialist. Since he took a plane from Hong Kong to CAlif, he didn't want to risk getting caught smuggling hash with him, so he didn't use hash at that time. the specialist therefore, after giving him a physical, saw nothing wrong with bruce, this gave bruce another false sense of security.

    You may find the following personal story interesting. In fact 3 months ago, (February, 2008) when I was still trying to quit weed. I waked and baked and then a piece of a glass bottle was stuck on my sneaker, I tried to push it off by grinding it against the concrete. When that didn't work, I used my finger and I sliced my middle finger on my right hand with this broken glass bottle. It was a deep cut and the blood took a long time to clot. I later blamed this stupidity in using my finger to brush off the broken glass on being in a morning haze of a wake and bake. This further pushed my desire to quit cannabis as soon as possible.

    When I started thinking and researching Bruce's life and correcting the wrongs of the movie, Dragon, The Bruce Lee Story, one wrong I corrected was that Bruce beat or won the match against Wong Jack Man, not the other way around. Bruce hurt his back not from losing the fight against Wong Jack Man, but by not warming up enough before doing back exercises. Hollywood, just probably thought that putting this "exercise injury" in the movie was not interesting enough. Even though beating Wong Jack Man was a fight for civil rights, the right to teach Gung Fu to people of all races, blacks, whites, hispanics. After researching what exactly killed my role model and coming to the conclusion that the hashish he was taking poisoned him. No one killed or poisoned Bruce, because he was too much of a long-term "cash cow" and a hero, so there was no real motive even among the Chinese gang, the Triads. Anyway, after coming to the conclusion that a very potent or lethal strain of hashish killed him, I posted a comment on a marijuana-lover's website. After doing so, (the same day), I went to the nearby public library and read a book which said that Bruce had cut his hand on a broken glass bottle during the Enter the dragon filming fight against Oharra. Enter the Dragon was filmed from January to May , 1973 (35 years ago). After all my research and learning more about Bruce (all together 9 months of study and meditation), this was the first time I heard about him cutting his hand with a broken piece of glass. Almost 35 years ago (to the day or to the month), Bruce suffered an injury similar to mine, although it was a deeper cut. Is this coincidence? I don't think so, I think it's Bruce connecting or trying to communicate with me, or maybe somehow thanking me for helping him in a small way, by trying to spread the truth, especially to a cannabis-using audience.

    Another good source of information is "Bruce Lee, UK Fan Club Public Forum", specifically Michael Sullivan's "Abbreviated Version of Closure".
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    jimmyspaz

    jimmyspaz Well-Known Member

    If true this is the first case of death from cannabis overdose in history! I would like to see some documentation on this!! Autopsy report maybe???

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