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“[C]ocaine and methamphetamine are actually more available than marijuana to patients, physicians and medical researchers,” he continued. “They are Schedule II drugs, with recognized medical uses.”

Geoffrey Guy, MD, chairman of the United Kingdom’s GW Pharmaceuticals (maker of the patented, cannabis-derived oral spray Sativex ® ), described in Weed 2 the US government’s medicinal cannabis research approval process as having a “greater level of rigor at all levels of regulatory inquiry” than that of the UK — where cannabis is also illegal. Sativex has been approved and is on the market in 25 countries, but is still being investigated in the United States. Dr. Guy sees “generations” of cannabis-derived drugs in GW’s future.

“My concerns,” said Dr. Abrams, “continue to be that high-CBD cannabis preparations are available from other places beyond the [Stanley Brothers] in Colorado who seem to be attracting a lot of attention with their product. We have CBD products in dispensaries in California that benefit many patients with conditions above and beyond these unusual seizure disorders.”

As documented in Weed 2, Vivian Wilson’s seizures dropped to only 10 per day following regular administration of Charlotte’s Web oil (as a result, the whole family ultimately relocates to Colorado). 1 Viewers also witness the contrast between Vivian’s seemingly decreased level of consciousness, plus poor mobility and lack of balance after receiving a dose of her pharmaceutical anti-seizure medication versus her unchanged state after being administered high-CBD cannabis oil.

To his credit, in Weed 2, Dr. Gupta does call attention to the seeming hypocrisy of cannabis’ scheduling by pointing out that since October of 2003, the federal government has held a patent on use of cannabinoids for two medicinal purposes. 1