Medical Marijuana and Parkinson's Part 2 of 3

This clip is from the feature documentary “Ride with Larry” and shows retired police captain Larry going through the process to …


  1. "We want to give them a focused medication aimed at a certain specific ailment, so they don't feel like they just came in here to buy pot."

    "For painrelief this is that Old Hippy OG bud"

  2. So basically cannabis is not allowed for medical treatments but other drugs such as morphine (higher doses and highly addictable than cannabis for pain relief) is legal for treatment? Wow

  3. Pharmaceutical companies are interested in preventing medical marijuana being a legitimate medication for certain diseases because they make huge profits from treating those diseases with their toxic drugs. $$$

  4. A majority of Americans want this leaglized . At 60 haven't missed a day without a joint 2-3 ???? haven't been sick with a flu or bug in over 45 years since I started . And it's kept me stable .

  5. I’m so glad that you guys have documented this experience! 5 years later and I saw a clip of this on Instagram, I looked it up on YouTube and here it is! I live In Michigan and it’s legal here now for recreational/medicinal use for ages 21 and up, or with a medical card. It interests me to know that something so natural is so helpful, yet so feared. My parents always told me stay away from drugs and obviously as a kid I listen because, they told me that “all drugs are bad and they can kill you”. But I grew up and I learned Marijuana is actually very helpful and it won’t kill you????. It does have side affects that aren’t good, but mostly weed gives people a mellow, relaxed feeling. So it’s crazy that it’s gets treated like Cocaine, or LSD, and DMT, those get sold just as easily on the streets and harm your brain or kill you. And of course there’s Heroin (the death trap), Fentanyl, and Crack, but hopefully we all know to stay as far away as possible from stuff like that. My whole point is, educating the world on the medical use of Marijuana is very helpful so thank you!

  6. I wish some of these people would stop putting so much faith in doctors, I'm not saying they aren't educated & good at what they do but the time of doctors who genuinely cared about their patients has long passed & will never be seen again. It's all about money for the vast majority of them now & that is incredibly sad.

  7. He's right about the medication, my mother rest her beautiful soul had a drawer full she took daily. I told her I didn't think it was necessary but she trusted her doctor. I lost her in 2017 at the young age of 68 & I believe to this day that medication she took done more harm than good.

  8. They didnt even card him :O .. i kid i kid but seriously i firmly believe that weed as differrent effect for everybody.. and beside were not talking about crack here right.. there should be a clear difference.. if i cant smoke my pot to have a nice night listening to music and chilling with some friends doing NO harm but living a bit of joy.. well no one should be able to drink alcohol… and the ultimate worst time i had with weed doesnt come CLOSE to the least worst of my experience with alcohol, now maybe were built differrent, maybe we have differrent way to process it but, ultimately my point is, if alcohol is widely sold and totally legal, then weed should ALTEAST have equal rights, now its only logical that weed still shouldnt be smoked while driving, thats just common sense.. but cmon now its 2021.. we need to move forward, instead of blocking and censoring everything, they should provide ways to educate common folks so they can make their own choices while being well informed, now i'm a bit biased against hard chemical drugs.. to me thats shit nasty, i never tryed it, and i will never touch it, so it might be the best feeling ever but.. the downs seems quite horrible, ill say this, weed, alcohol, coffee , you can be addicted to pretty much anything.. but everything is better with moderation, anyway thats my rant, have a nice day yall

  9. $3,000 to fill up, $250,000 then a new battery $80,000 wow. I’m a Conservative but god am I glad I live in the U.K. where we have single payer healthcare. The vast majority of Conservatives here want single payer tax based healthcare. I get private healthcare with work too (free) which only really helps with elective surgery etc as the wait times for elective surgery can be up to 3 months, normally less but can be. For things like Parkinson’s & cancer there are no wait times as with all emergency care and life threatening care all being done straight away. A prescription fill up here would’ve cost £10.00 but for many with life threatening disease or ailments the cost is free. So prescriptions only cost if you’re earning a certain amount and for prescriptions like antibiotics or asthma for example at the flat rate of £10. A lot of diabetics get their epi-pens for free etc. The treatment he had would be free and done straight away and the battery free too, well not free but we pay national insurance at a rate of zero up to about $275 a week and any earnings after that at 11%. We then have a standard tax at 20% up to $70,000 with the first $17,500 personal allowance that’s not taxable. So $17500-$70,000 at 20%. Then earnings over $70,000 at 40%. so if you earn $80,000 only $10,000 will be at 40%

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