CANNABIS oil for Autism – does CBD oil help Aspergers?



Cannabis oil for autism, does CBD oil help aspergers and autism? Find out in this video. 10% off HEALED BY HEMP: DISCOUNT …

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  1. My 6 yr old son has aspergers and would struggle at school with his behaviour and unstructured time. We have been giving him CBD oil from CBD Brothers. He takes half a pipette of the Blue edition before school and goes on to have a perfect day.

    I completely swear by CBD Brothers. Their oil has helped my son enjoy school.

  2. Cannabis is legal is most of America, but the CBD sure doesn't do much without the THC, which is psychoactive but does not affect everyone the same. I have a disease called acne inversa and without weed, I would have killed myself or ended up on very bad meds. You can also smoke CBD which is a mega cool option because you won't get high at all. May I add: DO NOT RUB MORE THAN 1 CBD OINTMENT ON YOUR SKIN AT 1 TIME.

  3. your pretty wrong about thc, pure sativas from tropical countries where they have always bred the plants for ganja not hasish or charas, some induviduals who are effected in a paranoid or anxious way shouldnt use it

  4. cannabis is essentially hundreds if thousands of medications depending on the cannibinoid ratios and terpenes also. By the way you got a shit ton wrong on the etymology of the cannabis but theres nothing bad about that most people doing even know what cannabis is. Also cbd is antipsychoactive, thats why its anti-psychotic it is a sleep aid in high doses, thc exacerbates some aspects of it and suppresses others, also thc isnt psychotic inducing it just excacerbates symptoms of what we call psychosis occuring in certain induviduals going through what shamans would refer as an initiation or a spiritual awakening, a spiritual awakening isnt glamarous and shit either just saying it could be many things, we as humans box things into good or bad stupidly lol and nature is free flowing af

  5. I contacted them and told you sent me willing to try their products. I smoke but don't like the side effects of the actual plant but deff want to try the oils. Thanks for the vid Dan. Lemon cookies sounds bangin.

  6. Sir you are not taking enough cbd and if you would go to theroc.us or stanly brothers you would learn a lot more about it and how taking it in a larger quanity would probably eliminate the use for perscription drugs altogether. seriously please do some research. It does a lot more that you are currently aware of. It couled change you life so much for the better. truly God bless

  7. For anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of cbd, there are lots of videos on utube that explain the difference between hemp cbd vs cannibus. Dr Sanjay Gupta has done many research documentaries that can be viewed on utube. Hemp cbd is legal in all the American states, check out Charlotte's Web and healthyhempllc which is a very reputable company. I have used their products for over a year and it has helped relieve my sore joints and insomnia. I've tried the tincture, but prefer the gummies the most and also the disposable vapepens. Do your research and make sure the product is pure

  8. Hemp is just pot with a small amount of THC. There is industrial hemp grown for the stalks, to make ropes, clothes ect. Then there are hemp strains grown to be medicine, that look just like regular pot plants, grown for their buds. Good hemp medicine/tincture uses the flowers (buds) of female hemp plants to extract the cannabinoids, like CBD.

  9. Thank you for making this video. I have autism & I think CBD oil has helped a lot. I got into reading, art & starting my own business. The only thing is I also like THC & I know I am just drugging myself on that.

  10. Give this whole thing a read.
    'highly illegal because of adverse effects' well that's not a statement that you should be saying, in fact when people do experience what you might inaccurately call a overdose (for starts cannabis has no LD-50 a very rare attribute) they might experience some of these adverse effects some people might validly express.
    The effects of 'overdose' on cannabis can be very mild but again dosage is very important, just like how the UK/media likes to say this 'skunk' ( which is really just well grown/quality genetics of todays cannabis ) is not the same as your grandpa's weed, this really is such awful info because if regular users especially the medical community that use larger dosages, that really need these far more potent strains more common of today, were to use something that isn't potent it wont do anything good for them, quality highly resinous cannabis is very well needed, and even a first time user shouldn't experience any negative effects should he practise responsible dosing more so if it is potent cannabis.

    Can you even imagine a first time or new user to any other drug, never mind the fact that a overdose on other drugs will provide you with severe side effects, like death!
    so when a first time user has some very strong cannabis even a very small amount , it will be far too much for them, therefore experiencing a 'overdose', of course a 'overdose' is nothing to be worried about and even a large 'overdose' on cannabis is usually very mild at worst and of course no lasting effects or things like death occur like they would with every other substance mind you. however if and when someone does have some discomfit especially new user trying these potent strains they need to practise sensible dosing! you cant give cannabis a bad rep for some possible side effects, usually new users might experience as again they might of been completely fine had they used a more responsible dose, again need I remind people what a overdose is like with any other drug.. its a misnomer in itself to talk about overdosing with cannabis but it is good terminology to put in into perspective with everything else, you still need to practise responsibility.
    Please try doing a bit of research before posting a video bro 🙂
    female cannabis plants produce the flowers that you might be familiar with and use, males are killed when they are big enough to tell they are males and show signs of sex, unless you want to breed/make seeds as the male pollenates the female so then the female plant would focus its energy on seed production over flower production and resin production, males usually produce little to no resin and don't make the cannabis flowers you are familiar with and smoke/ingest.

    Because THC is illegal there are certain plants that have been bred that produce little to no THC, but these plants still produce large flowers, smell like cannabis but contain high levels of CBD these can be grown legally even in the UK.
    What you think of hemp is the same genus and species of the THC rich cannabis used recreationally, in fact it is depending on how the plant is grown and used for that will determine what term is used, so cannabis is generally used for describing a plant that is bred for its potent resin glands usually high in THC (there are many cannabinoids though), and so hemp is usually described as a plant that has trace amounts of THC, hemp is a high growing plant (helps that they are planted very close together which encourages stretch and vertical height over bushiness) that has been bred for industrial uses like, oils, ointments, fibers, CBD products, seeds (the cannabis/hemp seed is the single most complete food in the world, their omega acid and protein content is also second to very few in the plant world ) and a lot more.

    Only products made from industrial hemp (less than 0.3% THC) are legal, so this determining factor is what most people use to distinguish hemp from cannabis, so there is not any natural point at which the cannabinoid content can be used to distinguish strains of hemp and cannabis…. you can think of it like 'hemp' is just not used for recreational uses, many countries allow the cultivation of cannabis/hemp considering it is less than 0.3% THC

    Additionally I like to what you add what you stated are NOT the side effects of THC at all, in fact THC isolate has been around awhile now, so people know what just THC does to you, what you are thinking of, is what happens when you smoke/ingest cannabis, because cannabis can be thousands and thousands of compounds, it is very important to note this distinction, because many even common cannabis strain do not make you tired, or induce or impede hunger etc. because it is Actually the THC (and the other cannabinoids) in conjunction with the TERPENES that give cannabis strains its effect, for example making you tired, as THC alone does not do this, other THC rich strains will not make you tired, even with large doses..

    One last thing, inhaling anything burnt is not good for you, if you are going to inhale use a vaporizer at least! Otherwise find another way to ingest, oh and this is a whole other topic, but cannabis actually produces THC-a, CBD-a, etc (not THC, CBD) and these compounds have there own effects and important medical properties, only when you heat these compounds do they actually convert over to THC, CBD etc by means of decarboxylation, something to note THC-a (what the cannabis plant produces) doesn't produce intoxicating effects….. (so really cannabis even THC rich strains, in its natural form without cooking or heating and inhaling it wont get you high like you know of)

    Did you know cannabis is the most genetically diverse plant on the planet! Do not underestimate this plant, nor fear it, but respect it for what is, hope this helps, peace!

  11. THC WILL become legal in the UK and it is NOT a bad thing. AND it too helps with autism related issues. get your facts straight please! Stop spreading that bullshit propaganda from the 50s it's all lies. (I know, you don't mean it, but – do your research, before giving advices on youtube. <3 love, and no offense.

  12. Hello,

    I have Aspergers and an anxiety disorder. I have been smoking cannabis in a problematic way for several years in the past. I found it relieved some of the symptoms, but the negatives outweighed the positives by quite a large margin.

    Smoking weed is not something I would like to return to, but I have noted that since quitting smoking weed my anxiety and some autism-related symptoms have returned/increased.

    Do you have experience with smoking weed and how would you say cbd oil compares to smoking weed? Would it be a bad idea to try cbd oil if I had problems with weed in the past?

    Thank you for your time.

  13. Great video Dan. Am looking for some help for a family member who has Asperger's Syndrome and who suffers with anxiety and sensory overload, so I came to your vlog first. Thx so much. Jo

  14. It’s illegal because THC cures cancer and helps prevent dementia 😉
    Hemp is actually a different variety of cannabis than higher THC varieties. Think of it as apples having different concentrations of sugars… I’m a cannabis breeder by the way haha.
    Male plants simply cause the female plants to make seeds. Cut males down for seedless buds 😀

  15. I support you and thank you for your effort. I do want to clarify, as a caregiver for a daughter on the Autism Spectrum, the most effective version of the Cannabis plant we have experienced is a 2 to 1 ratio tincture. ( 2 parts THC/1 part CBD). You referenced adverse effects from THC, but that is absolutely incorrect. The only "adverse effects on Psychological Conditions" is not based on the reality of the plant in it's wholistic state. It's based on the limitation of the patients and health care consultants in application. I have spent the last 5 years treating my daughter with a THC/CBD tincture, which allowed us as a family to reduce the amount of prescribed Pharmaceuticals from 4 daily to only one for my daughter. With dramatically improved results, and a huge improvement in quality of life. With your technical background in Chemistry, it is your obligation as an advocate to understand the difference between CBD/Hemp treatment versus THC. THC with CBD is an amazing tool, and shouldn't be marginalized with statements like "it causes cognitive impairment". LOL. So does TV and Social media:)

  16. Not one word of how CBD improves the limitations of ASD.

    Very little personal testimonies from most You Tube HFA channels.

    CBD treats depression, OCD, PTSD, helps people think more logically and with better executive functioning.

  17. I’m lucky to live in California and have access to medical cannabis, I find that sativa dominate strains to really help me get through social situations. I just wake up, roll a joint and start my day. Not everyone can do this of course but it’s worth a try if you can access it. Be careful not to over do it thought, its to help you get through the day not to stop your day from beginning

  18. I'm getting on that like a fly on shit. 110% with you on prescription meds taking your personality away, it's horrible.
    I don't even go to the doctors anymore when I get mega anxious, just rely on a whole foods plant based diet and exercise but sometimes, especially before that time of the month it's SO bad.
    5-htp is good but that's only temporary tbh, only lasted a couple of months for me. So this sounds like a really good alternative! 🙂

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