• Shout outs to y'all smokets who don't disagree and get theyr'e sh*t done everyday (and arent scared of shots, vax). Doc you didnt teach us anything about Glaucoma, I'm curious; and what should I do with these hundreds of tin foil hats my friends leave behind when they come visit and I show them you're videos? When the the dude with the white shirt and shades chirped in about the Salvia I laughed so hard. True story.

  • Medical Cannabis and a Good Diet are a medical necessity for all those of us who have been innocently and ignorantly consuming such hard to avoid Mitochondrial Poisonous Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils in our diets and got one or more of many more modern thus Metabolically Caused Diseases and CANCERS. These barely existed before about 1900 when industrially manufactured Vegetable Seed Oils and foods started becoming available. You need to exclude all manufactured snacks, takeaways, restaurant fried and manufactured foods to avoid all these vegetable oils. The ideal solution for ultimate healthy longevity is to go fully VEGAN and take Cannabis Supplementation to boost your damaged Endocannabinoid System until you are better (maybe 2 years or so) while getting all vegetable seed extract, typical industrially refined cooking oils out of your diet. You certainly can use some polysaturated animal food-based oil/fat, that is in all animal products if you are not quite so ill or worried about living as long as reasonably possible while remaining perfectly healthy. Best luck from your optimally self reeducated and friendly family Dr David who wants to see you be actually cured of all the modern diseases that are definitely so dietary-based in origin. I can send you a 75-page information booklet on medical cannabis and a suitable diet from email; dgillman47@gmail.com

  • Lmaoooo

  • You still want to have pharmaceutical companies involved. My epileptologist and I discussed this at one time and her concern over me just buying marijuana to treat my seizures is getting the correct strength. As you said though, it’s very expensive. I’ve since moved and it’s not legal in this state. 🙁

  • https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25623697/

    a 45% reduction in bladder cancer

  • I live in Calif and it is legal. I get a legal prescription for it. I use it for nausea and appetite suppressant as I don't feel like eating. I am an older adult, I don't know. I will only use it in the evening before I go to bed. I quit smoking like I used to when I was a kid. There is not enough evidence about CBD yet. I am not sure if I like it. When u said in your new video it was bad for your liver. I don't want to deal with it right now. But any evidence will be appreciated.


    Very quickly, here is how the world is being depopulated, via Coronaviruses (for example)…

    You present with respiratory distress (ARDS)…

    You are forced onto a ventilator (using an endotracheal tube, to bypass your vocal cords), with which you are HYPERVENTILATED (given WAY too much oxygen), shutting down your muscles…

    Within a couple minutes, you are still wide awake (but medically kidnapped inside your own body), and prevented from communicating in any way…PRESTO CHANGO…YOU'RE "BRAIN DEAD"!!!

    In a word, you're FCUKED!

  • “Bitch I used to grow! I knew all the strainz!!!” 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • Good episode. I take cannabis weekly or biweekly and the potheads out there, complete clowns that hurt the MJ cause. They make the rest of us look bad and perpetuate the stoner myth.

  • Cannabis is schedule 1 because it has no medical use
    Cannabis cant be studied because it has no medical use
    Because we cant study it it will never have medical use

    And the circle keeps going forever

  • Seems to be the key that everyone should know is moderation. I have met quite a few people with cancer and the only thing that allowed them to keep eating was cannabis. It’s knowing how to dose yourself correctly With medical supervision. That’s why we need to study it more thoroughly.

  • Nobody vomits from weed, dumbest thing I have ever heard

  • Here's a slap in the face to the oft' repeated stoner claim: "It's an herb dude, not a drug!"

    …herbs are not harmless…virtually all herbal remedies can have adverse effects. People have overdosed on popular herbs such as ephedra, leading to serious problems and even death. Some herbs, such as pennyroyal and chaparral, cause more harm than good, leading us to conclude they should never be used. Many herbal products also cause interactions with drugs, other supplements, or even foods. Natural is not necessarily safe.[*]

    [*] Donal O'Mathúna and Walt Larimore, Alternative Medicine: The Christian Handbook, Updated ed. (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2006), 419.

  • Love your presentation.💯🔥🔥🔥👊🏿

  • This is why you're a physician, and not a mental health professional. You don't understand or empathize with the psychological aspect. I would go as far to assume you've never experienced mental trauma? As with everything in life, if you haven't experienced it; You aren't adept in it.

  • How many dumbasses does it take to screw in a light bulb

  • Aspirin is from the second layer bark of the willow tree. Personally I like knowing my dose rather than crossing my fingers and drinking tea or chewing on tree bark. But, in the absence of "big pharma" the willow trees had better watch out if I have a headache.

  • Great vid, well balanced, and with a sense of humor and modesty…as usual..great job guys !!

  • no no I received notification of a reply from you ("no no"), but it does not appear here any longer. You wrote: "He's a doctor. He has access to far higher quality databases than Google Scholar and a far better ability to interpret the data than random people in the internet comments. Your comment is kind of like going up to a professional translator for the UN and saying "Have you ever heard of this sick thing called Google Translate?" I appreciate that you had good intentions though."

    I have a PhD in Physiology & Biophysics and have worked my entire life (which is an extended one) on new drug development in academia and biopharma. My physician colleagues and I have depended on databases such as PubMed (and others for decades). The beauty of Google Scholar is that it, like PubMed, is not only an excellent search tool, it also provides hot links to some papers that have been made available by otherwise very costly journals. Both articles for which I provided links are published in highly respected medical journals. Google Scholar has even been written about (favorably) in US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.

    Here are the results of one comparative study. "Compared with PubMed, the average search in Google Scholar retrieved twice as many relevant articles (PubMed: 11%; Google Scholar: 22%; P<.001). Precision was similar in both databases (PubMed: 6%; Google Scholar: 8%; P=.07). Google Scholar provided significantly greater access to free full-text publications (PubMed: 5%; Google Scholar: 14%; P<.001)."

  • Yeah it works, keep producing!

  • ZDogg, have you seen "Brain on Fire" on Netflix? I'd love to hear your take on that story. Thank you!

  • 5:00 my old roommate has this lol

  • Hits from the Hmong! Yes! I've been waiting forever for this infomercial at 2am…..
    Seriously though, as an RN, I do think marijuana and all the chemical compounds it contains, should be put to real scientific trials (SCIENCE!!!!!!) There are plenty of "natural" substances that are toxic and/or deadly, so natural does not always = good for you. However, if there is a substance (marijuana) that is easy to grow and produce, alleviates multiple symptoms (even as a placebo), and doesn't require laboratory modification/production, why not try it. It should still be seen as a "drug" (like alcohol) and people shouldn't drive (or operate heavy machinery) under the influence. Overall, I think it is still safer than opiates or benzos.

  • Hyperemesis syndrome, Severe abdominal pain, "No way man, it can't be the pot." Hear it all the time. Multiple antiemetics fail. Best trick in the book — a mild amount of capsaicin cream topically on the abdomen, maybe need two applications; and add some IV fluid for the dehydration. They usually turn around in about thirty minutes. Peace out.

  • Can you use medicinal cannabis and still drive? Does anyone know?

  • I'm in the process of getting a medical card, buuuuut I've always thought the argument that "it's good for you because it's natural" is a really ignorant. What about cyanide? Ricin is derived from the castor bean. What about viruses and bacteria? Natural does not equal healthy/safe…

  • I freaking love you guys so much

  • ZDoggMD Also, when I did Google Scholar search of "effect of marijuana on developing brains", there were 28,900 hits. One of the many articles was published in PNAS (2012): "Persistent cannabis users show neuropsychological decline from childhood to midlife." Link to PDF file is: http://www.pnas.org/content/pnas/early/2012/08/22/1206820109.full.pdf
    BTW, I only provide this info to communicate regarding the fact that investigations have already been done and are ongoing, not because I'm trying to say marijuana use is bad.

  • ZDoggMD A very useful tool is Google Scholar (www.scholar.google.com), which searches the published medical literature. Even a cursory search of "medical marijuana" gives about 267,000 hits, showing that there has already been quite a bit of research done on this topic, and more is ongoing. As an example, near the top of search results is an article published in Neurology titled, "Systematic review: Efficacy and safety of medical marijuana in selected neurologic disorders. Report of the Guideline Development Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology." Here's the link to pdf file for that article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4011465/pdf/NEUROLOGY2013552075.pdf
    I recommend using the "Advanced Search" option on Google Scholar, which shows when you click on bars in far upper left of screen, to refine your search.

  • Dude.. weed…. lol

  • Man I love all 3 of you guys! I look forward to all your videos. I would love to hear your thoughts on Chiari Malformation. Its so hard to find a doctor that really knows about it. I have seen several neurologist and Neuro surgeons and they all give different advice! Who do we believe? There is a large community of "chiarians" who all have similar symptoms but when we talk to our neurologists they refuse to believe its due to the chiari. I would love to hear your raw, honest opinion on the subject and so would others with chiari.

  • Dude…. weed… lol

  • As a pharmacist who hates it when patients/customers insist an herb must be safe and better for you because it is “natural” and BIG Pharma is just trying to make money off of it, I like to ask them if they think eating the pretty flower, Foxglove, is smart (especially if the patient has heart failure or atrial fibrillation). Or if they think they should use canned goods from a bloated and cracked can to help with their wrinkles. These are two cases (digoxin and botulism toxin) where the very poison in nature could easily kill you but Pharma is able to titrate the poisonous component to the exact amounts needed where it can help if used properly and not kill you.

  • I agree more study with CBD oil and MJ is needed to see what it can be medically used for.

  • Take it from someone that has MS for 25 years. I often think about using pot but it is to expensive to buy

  • Love how you keep coming back to the Haidt Elephant-Rider metaphor–so strong.

    And in that same vein around motivated reasoning, have you read this cool bit from The Oatmeal?


  • Love your videos …sooooo freaking true!!

  • I commented on the vid in question, and although I wasn't rude (I don't think), I DO owe you an apology. My Chiari brain hasn't been working at full capacity, and I really think I commented without actually listening to you fully. I also ended up passing out right after posting my comment, so that COULD give you an indication of how off my brain was. I'm very sorry. In fact, I would love it if you would watch my friend Jaquies vlog about her experience with MMJ: https://youtu.be/qggETV1Tw3A

  • bro i have smoked for years now… and maybe its just me but none of those have happened for me…

  • Yo Z talk about social workers please!!

  • I demand more ass-clownery!

  • Failed

  • 2:35 The regulatory hoops for schedule I substances make research on marijuana challenging but not impossible [1]. I'm all for removing schedule I status for marijuana because it would remove those regulatory hoops (among other reasons). But let's not exaggerate!

    1. http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/apr/26/hillary-clinton/hillary-clintons-hazy-claim-researchers-cant-study/

  • I would love to see a video about how different CBD oil is from the effect of regular Marijuana since it doesn't have the THC in it. I vape with a few drops of CBD oil in my vape juice since it is legal where I am and I don't want the "high" of the regular stuff.

  • What do you think of cannabis to help with anxiety, as I’ve seen it help with panic attacks, but I don’t know enough about it. Thanks

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