1. When does the BS stop? Stop ruining peoples lives with these lies! Marijuana can help so many people. And it sickens me how the world have been manipulated by corporate media to hate this plant.

  2. WE NEED A VIDEO ON THE BENEFITS OF EATING RAW BUD, break down all the phytonutrients for us dr greg…and we still haven’t gotten that black seed video yet

  3. You forgot to add sugar as the most addictive and dangerous drug. How many people die of deteriorated health due to too much sugar? Millions and millions…..

  4. Eat the plant, juice the plant, love plants. The burners will do their thing but don't let the value of the plant be decided by their behavior. Hemp seeds are just part of the make up of the plant. Still see more benefit than harm. Even using false equivalents, the Weed Wins.

  5. It had NO withdrawals or addiction effect on me I smoked multiple times daily for about 3 moths straight and now haven’t smoked in 6 or 7 moths not a puff shur I think I could use a joint rn but I don’t need one and it was easy I have had opportunities to smoke many times but can easily say no thanks it is only as addictive as you make it like coffee if you asked a thousand people to give up morning coffee they would mostly say it was hard but they could do it? Just my thought lol

  6. Pray to Jesus he will save you from being a slave to this! I am a witness first hand stop being a slave to the weed man!

  7. It's addictive yes, but how much of a little bitch are you is the real question lmao. Can you smoke everyday and stop for a week without going crazy? How sad is your life? Ask yourself these things before you decide to smoke everyday, kids. It definitely won't harm you, that is for sure. Unless you have no self control.

  8. cigarettes were deemed good to use back in the day…and now our dumb brain never learn from history so we just agree to go for marijuana 🙂 Humans are so dumb…

  9. 4% LoL wtf were you morons outside of Cali smoking? Random weeds from your gardens???😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  10. The comments are incredible. So much confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance, though from the number of thumbs down it may just be a vocal minority. People love their bad habits to the point of sacrificing reason. I've seen how marijuana hurts and limits people in subtle ways and regardless they keep buying it, keep smoking it, keep scraping their pipes for resin to get that high.

  11. the pot I had in 80's was as good as most today, testing is overrated. I dont believe the addiction is physical, but mental, hell yes.

  12. Wrong! There zero evidence that there is any physiological addiction. The 9% is probably an inflated number too but if let’s say 6% get “addicted”. It all a mental thing. How about saying this instead of being negative. 96% of all people who have ever used marijuana never get addicted and there is no evidence that marijuana is physiologically addictive. 100% of caffeine and nicotine uses do get addicted though just to put things in perspective. And alcohol misuse cost the United States 250 billion dollars a year and 100,000 deaths. But marijuana is addictive. Lmfao. Give me a break.

  13. I smoked cannabis in high school, but not at all during my working years. After retirement I moved to a state that has legal cannabis. For a couple months I smoked every day, but cut back to once a week. I do enjoy it, but there is no temptation to smoke more than that.

  14. I hardly slept for five nights when I first quit years ago. I was surprised to find I was physically hooked, though I didn't crave it whilst coming off it.

  15. Спасибо переводчику, Анне! Вы сильно упростили нам жизнь!

  16. If people really understood that there is no free lunch — that all drugs only enable you to use your body's resources at a faster rate for a period of time, and that you will be depleted and feel worse than before taking it when the drug's effects wear off, maybe there would be a lot less usage.

  17. The wailing and gnashing of teeth in the comments here reminds me of the response all the coconut oil fans had to the coconut oil series. And a desperate, "Noooooooooooooooooo!!! Waaaaahhhh!!!" was heard across the globe. To which I say, "Chill, Win-ston." TFP!

  18. Caffeine makes me feel like a crackhead, unless it’s just a cup of green tea. And causes much more physical dependence and adverse health effects. Marijuana has medicinal qualities and is a much better medium to get pain relief than even ibuprofen. There are strains just for pain relief if someone doesn’t like the high, so should be prescribed instead of killer opiates. Smoking isn’t the healthiest way to consume, but works fast. Eating is better but you have to wait a little. The creams made from Cbd and thc are very effective topically, and I will always recommend someone explores natural ways to combat pain for my massage clients, since it’s legal for medicinal purposes here and opiates kill even if taking the prescribed dose.

  19. just a polite fyi: marijuana was a term coined in order to make the drug sound foreign and scary via racist archetypes. The correct term is cannabis.

  20. Addiction? I smoked for 5 months straight and one day I decided to just stop smoking to see if I feel any different and I came off just as easy as finishing a plate of food so these are pure lies

  21. Even if it is addictive, so what? Many good things are additive (exercise, coffee, sex, ) Help me out, list more positive and addicting activities/substances…..

  22. Thank you for this. I was engaged to a guy who was very addicted to pot. He couldn't wake in the morning without smoking a bowl. Every day. By evening he was completely out of his mind, and he couldn't stop. Eventually I had to end the relationship. Yet most people I talk to don't understand how destructive the addiction can be and think I'm exaggerating. It may not affect most marijuana users, but it definitely can and does happen. Marijuana might not be as bad as cigarettes and alcohol, and it definitely has medical uses, but that doesn't mean it's benign and harmless.

  23. I guess I don't understand what is going on. Heroin only has twice the addictive risk as weed? Either pot is way worse than I believed or heroin is not nearly as bad.

  24. Who wouldn’t like to roll a joint and have a chat about plant based nutrition with ma hommie Greger.

  25. Who cares. Meat and dairy is way more dangerous and addictive than weed. Why is weed illegal, but meat and dairy are not when meat and dairy kill billions of humans, animals, and the environment. Why can parents feed their children the poison meat and dairy, but I'm not allowed to give my sick child weed. Being naked is more natural than eating meat, yet they will lock you up in prison if they catch you in public.

  26. So glad to see you cover this. I have a young adult family member who smokes to calm himself. Anxiety….but I’m concerned he will have trouble stopping.

  27. I had to quit when I developed Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome. Luckily I had no withdrawal symptoms.

  28. Ok so I get mild headaches all the time after waking up and throughout the day, and I don't think a day goes by without the caffeine equivalent of about 2-3 cups of black coffee (almost always 1-2 black coffee, and many black teas, we're talking 6-10).
    Comments are saying that caffeine withdrawal is much worse than marijuanalama, and that it is physically addictive. Please enlighten me

  29. I find this surprising. I know your data is about everyday users, but even still, I find it shocking that people experience withdrawal symptoms from it. That has never happened to me.

  30. I remember in my younger years, we smoked as much weed and hash as we could. Not one of the people I ever knew doing the same ever ended up in hospital. And yes, hash is much stronger than plain weed. The most that happened was your eyes got red, felt sleepy or hungry, massive buzz. So it seems like complete bullshit that anyone could end up in hospital for marijuana, unless something else were mixed in with it.

  31. I used to use marijuana a lot when I was young. Then when I couldn't get it or had no money there were no real withdrawal symptoms, other than wanting to get stoned and not being able to. I never got headaches or any of those supposed symptoms. To me it is rather silly to project addiction onto marijuana when quite a few people who use it can use it sparingly, once in a while, weekends, etc. and never show the behavior of an addict. One may like to get stoned repeatedly, but a typical marijuana user is not going to resort to behaviors characteristic of a real addiction. They aren't going to commit crimes to get it, they aren't going to have cold turkey physical/mental issues, and so on.

  32. You failed at logical reasoning from the start. You stated that the evidence evidently indicates that long term use leads to addiction then immediately showed that many less people are addicted to it than to other substances. Rather than stating that from the start you made a sweeping statement that can only be characterized as propaganda.

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