“Our cannabis oil is a legal dietary supplement in the USA, EU, & UK,” says Tigerdrops.com founder, Tadhg Stopford.
“So far, we’ve found great support from the Anglican and Samoan churches. One priest wanted four bottles, and we hope that the Catholics will return to Jesus soon too.”
Cannabis as a holy herb is proven by archaological evidence from 750BC, and there are many mosaics of Adam, Eve, Jesus and God, surrounded by cannabis in the Cathedral of Monreale. This thousand year old church (1174AD) has been blessed by three Popes.
In fact, cannabis sativa, ‘the tree of life’, was likely humanity’s first crop, and the holy oil of the Jews appears to have been a cannabis oil. CBG is a hemp cannabinoid.
“Even agnostics and atheists are finding faith again with our product,” says Mr Stopford. “But it’s a prohibited food, and not intended for the treatment or prevention of any disease or condition. We can only offer it as an oil for anointing precious objects to make them sacred.”
“This type of holy oil was originally only for priests. They hoarded it for themselves. Like today, it was forbidden to commoners, so it’s great to bring holy oil to the people.”
“Tigerdrops ‘Precious Oil’ is a world class product at an internationally competitive price,” says Mr Stopford. “It’s organic hemp CBG, and we’re very proud of it; but it could be holier.”
“In time I’d like to recreate the original recipe,” says Mr Stopford; “500 shekels of liquid myrrh, half as much of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of q’aneh-bosm, 500 shekels of cassia - all according to the sanctuary shekel - and a hind of olive oil. But the ingredients are expensive, and CBG is called the ‘Rolls Royce’ of cannabinoids for good reason.”
It’s interesting to note that ‘Jesus’ means ‘to rescue/to deliver’, and ‘Christ’ is a translation of the Hebrew ‘Messiah’, which means Anointed/Leader. Messiahs (priests) were anointed with Cannabis/kaneh bosem oil.
Tigerdrops is a New Zealand owned company, established in 2020 by Tadhg Stopford. (TADHG STOPFORD)