On August 11th, 2013, Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s “Weed” documentary premiered on CNN. A large part of the film focuses on Charlotte Figi, a patient who used high-CBD cannabis oil to almost completely control Dravet Syndrome, one of the most severe forms of epilepsy. With the oil, Charlotte’s seizures dropped from 300 grand mal episodes a week to three minor seizures a month. This is the first truly mainstream testimonial ever released for cannabis oil, and is a testament to the progress of the cannabis extract movement. While the actual CNN documentary is not available, the video to the right discusses the subject of the story, Charlotte, as well as another child patient.
Educating the world about cannabis extract medicine and continuing to treat patients is the way for the movement to succeed. To this end, The Comprehensive Report on Cannabis Extract Medicine has been released, which presents overwhelming evidence regarding the effectiveness of cannabis medicine.
The Path Forward for Cannabis Medicine
There is now enough information to convince anyone that cannabis extracts are remarkably effective against disease. With the Sanjay Gupta documentary, the world now knows that cannabis extracts have proven miraculously effective for Dravet syndrome. This case opens minds to other possibilities. With Charlotte Figi’s case as the primary catalyst, The Comprehensive Report on Cannabis Extract Medicine has been formed. You can read this to more intimately understand the different pieces of this movement, as well as share with others to educate them. Furthermore, by visiting the Media Bomb Campaign page, you can participate in coordinated efforts to share this information with influential people. The time for revolution has finally come, but it will take all of us working together to change the world in the most peaceful and beneficial way possible.
You can view the document for free at the first three links. The fourth link is on the Kindle and is priced at the lowest-possible price of $1.99. The document can also be downloaded from any of the first three links.