1. Maybe we should file charges of child endangerment when those idiots refuse to vaccinate their children. They are endangering the health of their child, intentionally. Also, they become a public health risk, and we have some pretty serious laws on the books for that crap. Once public health gets involved, the authorities get involved.

  2. Perhaps we need to stop claiming vaccines never hurt anyone. It's more like this- clean drinking water is good, right? No more dysentery killing people! Well, except you can still catch some stomach bugs… And we may now be having immune dysfunction because our bodies were designed to try to survive near-constant bombardment with digestive infections… but isn't that better than 20% of babies dying before the age of five? It's a trade-off.

  3. I think we should not remove potentially deadly advice and posts from social media. I mean, if the person goes to social media for their information and news, having them die from what they find would simply make there be fewer idiots in the world. I mean, would you come here to YouTube to see if dogs can eat chocolate? I'm sure you'd find lots of stuff on how they can't but there will be some video that says that is a myth… and an idiot would use that as the fact and kill their poor Fido by giving him chocolate when he begs.

  4. Lewis, I really think you aught to chill out, oh but then you would have no act! As a person who has discovered the true health benefits of CBD (pain, anxiety), I find your humor judgmental and just trying to get a laugh. I've personally talked to so many people who find the health benefits of CBD (3rd party lab tested only). One day far in the future, scientists will admit that people have CBD deficiencies and that vaccines overburden the young developing immune system. Well I guess people find humor in complaining. Watching you just makes me more tense. LOL.

  5. This might sound harsh, but if you are dumb enough to not vaccinate your child, then you deserve to be ravaged by measles and lose your family. This is just nature being able to get rid of the weak people in our society. We don't give nature many opportunities to purge the dead wood so it takes every chance it can get without us interfering. Survival of the fittest is a real thing and should be exercised when possible.

  6. Double BS. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28588483
    Front Pharmacol. 2017 May 23;8:269. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2017.00269. eCollection 2017
    Plastic and Neuroprotective Mechanisms Involved in the Therapeutic Effects of Cannabidiol in Psychiatric Disorders.  Campos AC1, Fogaça MV1, Scarante FF1, Joca SRL2, Sales AJ2, Gomes FV3, Sonego AB1, Rodrigues NS1, Galve-Roperh I4,5, Guimarães FS1.

    Beneficial effects of cannabidiol (CBD) have been described for a wide range of psychiatric disorders, including anxiety, psychosis, and depression. The mechanisms responsible for these effects, however, are still poorly understood. Similar to clinical antidepressant or atypical antipsychotic drugs, recent findings clearly indicate that CBD, either acutely or repeatedly administered, induces plastic changes. For example, CBD attenuates the decrease in hippocampal neurogenesis and dendrite spines density induced by chronic stress and prevents microglia activation and the decrease in the number of parvalbumin-positive GABA neurons in a pharmacological model of schizophrenia. 

    More recently, it was found that CBD modulates cell fate regulatory pathways such as autophagy and others critical pathways for neuronal survival in neurodegenerative experimental models, suggesting the potential benefit of CBD treatment for psychiatric/cognitive symptoms associated with neurodegeneration. These changes and their possible association with CBD beneficial effects in psychiatric disorders are reviewed here.


    Front Pharmacol. 2017 Feb 3;8:20. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2017.00020. ECollection 2017            

    In Vivo Evidence for Therapeutic Properties of Cannabidiol (CBD) for Alzheimer's Disease.  Watt G1, Karl T2

    Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease that is affecting an increasing number of people. It is characterized by the accumulation of amyloid-β and tau hyperphosphorylation as well as neuroinflammation and oxidative stress. Current AD treatments do not stop or reverse the disease progression, highlighting the need for new, more effective therapeutics. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive phytocannabinoid that has demonstrated neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties in vitro. Thus, it is investigated as a potential multifunctional treatment option for AD. Here, we summarize the current status quo of in vivo effects of CBD in established pharmacological and transgenic animal models for AD. 

    The studies demonstrate the ability of CBD to reduce reactive gliosis and the neuroinflammatory response as well as to promote neurogenesis. Importantly, CBD also reverses and prevents the development of cognitive deficits in AD rodent models. Interestingly, combination therapies of CBD and Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main active ingredient of cannabis sativa, show that CBD can antagonize the psychoactive effects associated with THC and possibly mediate greater therapeutic benefits than either phytocannabinoid alone. The studies provide "proof of principle" that CBD and possibly CBD-THC combinations are valid candidates for novel AD therapies. Further investigations should address the long-term potential of CBD and evaluate mechanisms involved in the therapeutic effects described.

  7. BS.

    https://youtu.be/H3EP2nV_6Cc  Medical Cannabis, The Herb and Its Applications This talk will be presented by Judy Mikovitz PhD 

    The Re-Discovery of the Benefits of Medicinal Cannabis – Dr. John Hicks

    Understanding the Endocannabinoid System, National Institutes of Health

    Clinical Application of Cannabinoids and Terpenes | M. Gordon, Cannafest 2015


    The Endocannabinoid System, Patients out of Time:  Mary Lynne Mathre, Part 1 of 5.  


    CBDTV Reel 1 Doctors and Diabetes Testimonies 


    The Inside Story of Cannabidiol – What Are the Benefits of CBD?

    Dr. Stuart Titus, CBD and medical research

    Dr. Blair on CBD for PTSD

    Dr. Donald Abrams on anxiety, depression and PTSD

    David Bearman M.D. Cannabis, cannabinoids, ADHD/ADD, Tourette's Syndrome, Migraine Headaches, Bi-Polar disorder

    CBD is great for anxiety – Dr. Hicks

    No more anxiety meds with CBD

    Dr. John Hicks, cannabidiol from hemp

    Dr. David Allen the discovery of the endocannabinoid system

    Dr. Ralph Mechoulam on the endocannabinoid system

    The Endocannabinoid system in health and disease, Dr. Ethan Russo Part 1

    The Endocannabinoid system in health and disease, Dr. Ethan Russo Part 2

    Dr. Michelle Weiner How your endocannabinoid system works to treat patients Canna Ed Day 2017

    The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) Treatment Implications in ASD – Tracy Fritz, MD


    Cannabis and Gut Health:  Medical Marijuana Science 

    Endocannabinoid System Part 1

    Does medical marijuana relieve back pain Dr. Rachna Patel

    Benefits of CBD Cannabidiol : Delivery systems, usage and mechanism in neuroinflammatory disorders.

    Dr. Lumir Hanus  – Why is Cannabis Such a Successful Medicine

    Cannabis Against Cancer Dr. Christina Sanchez PhD.,  Mara Gordon, Dr. Dennis Landaverde, Andrea Cartin MD



    Dr. Blair on inflammation and CBD


    Cannabasics The Endocannabinoid System, Nyishar 


    Cannabidiol Science : For Doctors : For Patients Americans for Safe Access

    https://youtu.be/Qp6dS4I-zpk Answers to FAQ about Medical Marijuana  Dr. Scott Schwartzwelder

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