Here is the link to watch that documentary for free. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmYNLNF7NBw
Why do I suggest that people watch it? This documentary was released about a decade ago, but it is still considered to be the most leading edge documentary on medical cannabis. The first time I watched it I didn’t believe the claims it taught. Then I watched it again and then I started researching all of the claims about medical cannabis that are made in the documentary and I slowly realized that the things that Rick Simpson was saying were backed by hundreds of scientific studies. In fact cannabis has been studied more for it’s medical properties than any other plant.
6 years later and after hundreds and hundreds of hours spent on reading every single scientific study on cannabis that I could find, I finished my novel Cannabis Paradise. I wrote it because I hope that by using entertainment as a way to teach cannabis’s medical properties that the real medical potential of cannabis will go mainstream. Cannabis’s medical powers are far beyond what people think. Here is an excerpt from my next book:
“So what are the medical properties of cannabis that keep on hyping the plant as being the best medicine in the world? I will tell you soon, but for the sake of understanding the magnitude of just how medicinal cannabis really is I want to first compare it to three other medicinal plants that are found in nature. These three medicinal plant’s are widely used and considered to be some of the most medicinal plants on Earth. They are garlic, ginseng and gingko biloba. Let’s compare how many medicinal properties these plants have and then take a look at how they compare to cannabis’s medicinal properties.
Ginseng: anti-inflammatory, anti-coagulant, antioxidant, immunostimulant, anti-viral and anti-mutagenic,
Garlic: antibiotic, antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant
Ginko Biloba: antidepressant, antioxidant, anti-coagulant, antibiotic and antimicrobial
Cannabis: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, appetite stimulant, anti-emetic, intestinal anti-prokinetic, anxiolytic, anti-psychotic, anti-epileptic, antispasmodic, sedative, immunosuppresive, anti-diabetic, neuroprotective, antipsoriatic, anti-ischemic, antibiotic, anti-proliferative, bone stimulant, vasorelaxant, antidepressant, allograft stimulant, neurogenicpromoter, antioxidant, anti-proliferative, intraocular eye pressure, anti-coagulant, anti-sleep apnea, anti-fungal, antibiotic, antiviral, antimicrobial, neurogenicstimulant, immunomodulant, anorectic, vasoconstrictor, anti-mutagenic, gastro-oesophageal reflux, cytoprotective, blood flow stimulant, immunopotentiator, anti-candidal, estrogenic, anti-fibrosis, antipyretic, anti-neoplastic, angiogenic, memory retention enhancer, and bronchodilator.”
Peter, an aspiring creapoint* billionaire
*Creapoint (noun) a point that is used to measure the amount of positive occurrences.