Tһіѕ іѕ tһе ѕtοrу οf Sam, a 10 year οƖԁ boy wіtһ Autism. Aftеr many tries wіtһ various medications, һіѕ family ԁесіԁеԁ tο give medicinal marijuana a try. Yου bе tһе judge.

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16 Responses to “Sam’s Story: Autism and medicinal marijuana- KTLA Channel 5 News”
  1. ShroomSamich says:

    its definitely a lot better if u eat it and i think its meant to be eaten since its a herb and smoking is not natural

  2. ShroomSamich says:

    thats what he acts like after smoking the weed

  3. nastyzest818 says:

    the only reason why marijuana is not legal is because A LOT of BUSINESSES WILL GO OUT OF BUSINESS!!! Marijuana is used for so many items like clothes, paper, oil and medical purpose! OUR BODY ALREADY makes “cannaboids” and if some one is lacking some digest some.

  4. Lusheris says:

    5:14 look at his shirt :D

  5. waldenaj says:

    I’m doing a research paper on medical marijuana in my American Political Process class and this article has helped me in so many ways. A truly remarkable story!

  6. TiqueO6 says:

    Pharmas that depend on profiting off of illness truly hate natural ‘drugs’ of any kind. If they can’t control every penny they throw a lobbyist’s-tantrum and gently stroke their friends at the FDA.

  7. Foodieholic says:

    That’s when you really realize what they mean by “medicinal marijuana”. it’s almost too good to be true… but it’s true! If it were only freed…

  8. TiqueO6 says:

    I’ve also read (and experienced) that using just the correct minimum amount takes care of the ailment without the slightest hint of a mind-altering effect.
    That in itself is almost too good to be true but hey, stranger things have happened!

  9. TiqueO6 says:

    Yes, it’s a valuable and even nearly miraculous tool when used carefully as these parents clearly are.
    Over a certain dose will cause impairment as with most drugs and finding that therapeutic level is the challenge.
    Also, there are basically 2 types (afaik) of Cannabis – Indica and Sativa – the latter being more of the type that is responsible for paranoia or unpleasant hyper-awareness in some instances of over-doing it.
    The Indica variety is the one I’ve seen most often associated medicinally

  10. conscienceking10 says:

    lol! 3:48 great laugh. I’m glad this has helped him and his family. It’s always good to see good things.

  11. beakur says:

    i love how in LA it’s 62 degrees at 10:30pm

  12. kingofthebrittains says:

    Annual Deaths from “Properly Taken & Prescribed” Pharmaceuticals:160,000 in USA Alone.
    Deaths from Cannabis EVER: ZERO! As in 00.00

    Ritalin is METHlyphenidate, Methamphetamine’s twin brother. And IT’S SAFE?

    Who do you Trust, The Guv/AMA/Big Pharma or Mother Nature?

    Nuff Said.

  13. focused11 says:

    i need my meds! good for you! If Michaels was taking bonghits he would still be doing the moonwalk.

  14. moneyman1892 says:

    if it helps them with there son thats awsome

  15. SpeedyK says:

    Great story about a great medicine.

  16. dopesmokersforreal says:

    Looks like the mom and dad are taking hits off the kids meds. Seriously, though, hey, if it helps, great, but be careful this isn’t yet another “sedation” to a brain that needs healing. Also, it’s interesting that dope advocates never tell us why marijuana would help. What does it do to the brain? How long is half life? What are long term effects?> Are you like pharmaceuticals just masking symptoms? If you want dope to be taken seriously as a med, start asking these questions. also, I doubt marijuana would do much for self abusing autistics like seen on you tube under severe autism. It seems the marijuana is only good for the aggressive types.

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