WEED 3 – The Marijuana Revolution

With this documentary, Dr. Sanjay Gupta is continuing his cannabis research and publicity campaign, and is showing clear proven medical benefits of cannabis, explaining why cannabis should not be classified as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance by the U.S. Federal Government.


It’s time for a medical marijuana revolution

With this documentary WEED 3, Dr. Sanjay Gupta is continuing his cannabis research and publicity campaign, and is showing clear proven medical benefits of cannabis, explaining why cannabis should not be classified as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance by the U.S. Federal Government.

He interviews patients such as Sean Kiernan, a US veteran, and Amelia Taylor, a stay-at-home mom, who suffer from PTSD. He describes them as “remarkable and surprising faces of this revolution – smart, successful and suffering – unwilling to accept the fact that commonly prescribed medications often used to treat PTSD can be worse than the underlying disorder itself”.

Gupta talks to researchers Rick Doblin and Dr. Sue Sisley about the first federally approved clinical study on the use of cannabis for PTSD, and many more.

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“So, here it is: We should legalize medical marijuana. We should do it nationally. And, we should do it now.”

“I had my own turn around a couple of years ago, and at the time it was a lonely place to hold a supportive position on medical marijuana. Hardly any government officials would agree to sit down and be interviewed on the topic. Even patients I spoke to were reluctant to share their stories.”

Sanjay Gupta, the chief medical correspondent for the Health, Medical & Wellness unit at CNN, made a statement in 2013 that went around the world. The doctor apologized for not digging deeply into the medicinal effects of cannabis, and for writing articles misleading people on this subject. When he found out about the medicinal value of the plant while making the WEED documentary, he decided to come clean. Gupta changed from a prohibitionist to a proponent.

Watch WEED I and WEED II online as well.

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