If cannabis medicine is new to you, we highly suggest you check out Sanjay Gupta’s WEED report which originally aired on CNN in 2013.
The special is an excellent introduction to CBD, THC, and the details behind using cannabis as a medicine. Topics covered in the report include epilepsy, cancer, Israel’s cannabis research, the effects of cannabis on the brain, and much, much more.
Check out the report below and educate yourself about the power of cannabis medicine.
In part 1 Sanjay Gupta takes you through the stories of multiple people who use cannabis to treat their medical conditions. He sits down with doctors and cannabis experts to get clear answers on some of the common misconceptions about the plant.
Part 2 is focused on the many families who have had to leave their home states and move to Colorado in order to legally obtain the cannabis medicine they need for their epileptic children. In part 2 we also see that legal reform, albeit slow, is moving forward for cannabis. More states are accepting its use and studies for the standardization of cannabis medicine are beginning to emerge.
Part 3 is focused on people who are suffering from PTSD. Cannabis can be an effective treatment for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. Part 3 also dives deeper into using cannabis for pain, the most common reason for the use of medical cannabis. Cannabis and its use in the treatment of alzheimer’s disease is covered as well.
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