Cannabis Videos


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24th July, 2015 - “The Scientist” is a documentary that traces the story of Professor Raphael Mechoulam from his early days … as a child of the Holocaust in Bulgaria, through his immigration to Israel and his career as the chief investigator into the chemistry and biology of the world’s most misunderstood plant. Dr Mechoulam ascertained that THC interacts with the largest receptor system in the human body, the endocannabinoid system (ECS). He then found that the human brain produces its very own cannabis – a chemical that they named anandamide after the Sanskrit word ananda, “bliss”.


Ref., Mechoulam the Scientist


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21st July, 2015 - Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, sitting in his research laboratory at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains the importance of cannabis research in this short video posted to YouTube on 21st July, 2015. Mechoulam is called the “grandfather of modern cannabis science” and was the very first researcher to isolate the Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) molecule. Mechoulam is an Israeli organic chemist. He is nearly 85-years-old and studied chemical engineering in Bulgaria in his younger years but immigrated to Israel in 1949. Mechoulam is a highly esteemed member of the scientific community and he happens to know a lot about the medical uses of cannabis. He was given the Israel Prize in Exact Sciences for his work in chemistry, honorary doctorates from Ohio State University and Complutense University, a NIDA Discovery Award, a David R. Bloom Prize by Hebrew University, and an EMET Prize in Exact Sciences. Mechoulam was even made an honorary member of the Israeli Society of Physiology and Pharmacology. That’s merely a partial list of his awards and honours. Mechoulam knows the value of cannabis. In the video above, he states with conviction something medical cannabis advocates are still trying to convince lawmakers to accept. “Essentially every disease that has been investigated, the Endogenous Cannabinoid System is involved.”


Ref., Watch Esteemed Researcher Prof Raphael Mechoulam Explain the Importance of Cannabis 



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June, 2015 - Leafly posted this video for a breakdown on terpenes: what they are, what they do, and why they are central to obtaining your best cannabis experience possible. 


Ref., Learn What Gives Your Cannabis Its Smell 

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26 Mar 2015 - Leafly


When examining a cannabis bud, you’ll notice a complex knotting of different parts: the fiery orange hairs, the sugary crystals, chunky knobs enveloped by tiny leaves. But what exactly are these formations and what functions do they serve? This brief guide to cannabis anatomy is meant to familiarise you with the plant in its full form. Unfortunately, the sight of real, living cannabis is made rare by restrictive laws, but we hope we can bring you just a little closer to your favourite strain’s source.

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1st August, 2011 - Just under 9 minute time lapse of cannabis from when it first pops out of the ground to maturity. Enjoy.



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6th July, 2010 - “Cured: A Cannabis Story” cancer patient David Triplett tells the tale of how he used cannabis oil to cure his skin cancer







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