WATCH: An Amazing, Moving Video of Medical Marijuana’s Effects on a Debilitating Disease

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Ian Frizell is a UK resident who’s been dealing with the effects of Parkinson’s disease for almost 20 years.

He’s at the point now where tremors from the degenerative, incurable disease make his life almost unendurable.

And then he tried medical marijuana.

Frizell has also posted a video of his scars from a brain operation. Our thoughts are with him as he courageously fights this brutal disease.

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  1. That was incredible. People with PD have to take 2 or 3 pills (with nasty side effects) for the same or less relief than this man got vaping weed. Do you know which strains he uses?

  2. Hey High Times Editors…just so you know, the video is having problems loading (most likely due to a copyright hassle with the advertisement for a prescription drug med prior to starting the video) However, if you immediately click on the YouTube Link you can still see the video.

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