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Dei uma ajeitada na parte que ja tinha feito e melhorei com as colaborações, fiz uma previa da legenda do video em HD, em ingles ainda, da primeira parte do documentário.

Basta colar o que está no spoiler abaixo no bloco de notas e salvar como .srt

faltam alguns ajustes ainda. Amanhã vou tentar juntar mais partes da legenda que tem aqui no tópico.

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People are lighting up

All over the country

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They call it the Green Rush

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Marijuana has moved out of the back alleys

and into the open

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Happy cannabis crop, you all.

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In some states it's legal to grow

to sell, to smoke

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and marijuana could be legalized

in a city near you

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So easy to get

and many think so harmless

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But when the smoke clears,

is marijuana bad for you

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or could pot actually be good for you?

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- Marijuana is better than all those pills for you in terms of treating?

- Yeah

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I traveled the world for answers

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What does marijuana do to you?

What does it do to your kids?

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A special investigation

WEED

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Our journey begins here

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in this small town home

nestled in the mountains

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with a family who has never

allowed TV cameras in before

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and you're going to soon learn why

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- This is so pretty out here

- Yeah

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They live in Colorado

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one of two states where it's legal to smoke pot

medically and recreationally

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but here it's also taboo to residents like Paige Figi

and her husband Matt

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- I'm sure it was mentioned to us by someone

Hey, you should try this

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- And I thought no way

- You thought that's fringe stuff?

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No way. Not in a million years. No.

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But in this area marijuana is far from fringe

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More joints?

And do you want island sweet?

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- Medical dispensaries are everywhere

- Welcome, guys

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People are smoking in private clubs

and public festivals

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But none of this is for Matt

He is a military man

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and marijuana would be a career ender

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I grew up in Wisconsin

in a well-loving family, and I was educated, like,

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that's a drug. You don't do that!

And I never did

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But just decades ago marijuana was a legitimate medication

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also called cannabis. prescribed by doctors

and dispensed by pharmacies

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But that all changed in 1930

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Henry Anslinger, the United States first drug czar

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For him public enemy number one

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you guessed it, marijuana.

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This guy saw how he could increase the budget

of his department

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by having this mission.

Going after marijuana.

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You know, saying that there's this drug

that the Mexican migrant workers are smoking

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and it's loco weed, and it's going make them crazy,

and they're going to rape your women.

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He got the anti-marijuana message out

through news reports

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and then came this

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The film "Reefer Madness"

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portraying the users of marijuana

as unproductive, crazed.

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People are still afraid of what pot can do to them.

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- In many ways to have defined our attitudes now for 70 years!

-Yes

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Marijuana then became illegal in 1937

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And by 1970 it was a schedule

one controlled substance

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The government was saying

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It had no medicinal value

and had a high potential for abuse

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All reasons why the Figis stayed away from marijuana

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Until this

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And this might be hard for some of you to watch

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- It's OK, baby

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This is their daughter, Charlotte

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having a seizure.

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We just thought it was just one random fibril seizure

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- Nothing to really do. No medications.

It's a fluke? Right

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A fluke made sense.

After all, Charlotte, nicknamed Charlie

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was born perfectly healthy.

A fraternal twin to sister Chase

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Charlie always had big, big smiles.

Just happy kids

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- Easy

- Yes, easy. Very much so

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So it was around three months

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you said that when you first noticed

that Charlie had a seizure.

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I was changing her diaper.

While putting a new diaper on from after the bath

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and her eyes just started flickering.

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It led to the first of many trips to the E.R.

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They did the million-dollar workup, MRI, EEG,

spinal tap, you know, they did the whole workup

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and found nothing and sent us home.

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No abnormal blood test?

No abnormal scan?

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and developing normally, too.

You know, talking and walking

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and the same day as her twin.

Nothing was behind yet.

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By the time she was 2, though

the seizures had become constant

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and started to take their toll

on their once happy

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- Joyful little girl

- She started to really decline cognitively

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and she was slipping away.

And she just wasn't keeping up with her twin.

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The Figis finally found an answer

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It was awful news.

Dravet Syndrome.

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It is severe intractable epilepsy

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The seizures start during the first year of life

and are unstoppable

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Difficult to control and very damaging

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Severe behavioral problems, attention deficit,

hyperactivity the self-injury

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you know, banging her head on the floor

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and pulling her hair out

and like a possessed child

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This isn't your perfect, happy Charlotte.

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It was a race against time. Many Dravet kids

die young in early childhood

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Charlotte was almost 3. For the next

two years the Figis tried everything

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Strange diets, acupuncture

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and dozens of powerful drugs like valium,

Ativan, even barbital

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But nothing seemed to help.

Even worse

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some of the medications nearly killed her.

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After one dose she stops breathing and

after two doses her heart will stop.

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- Did you have to do CPR then on her yourself?

- Yes

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I remember when her heart stopped,

and I had her pulse

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and I lost her pulse. There was just nothing.

The ambulance is on its way.

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She survived.

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- Mommy?

- You're OK. Mommy is here.

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But now it was fall of 2011

and Charlotte was 5 years old

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When things are at their worst she just

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the kids are sleeping either in my room or next.

So they can hear her seizure scream all night

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50 times a night, and Chase would

come in, in the morning

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and just misses her twin and just hug her and

like, rub her head and say

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I'm just so glad you survived through

the night last night.

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Matt had been deployed to Afghanistan

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and the only thing he could do to help

was start scouring the Internet.

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And he stumbled on to this video

of a child using marijuana

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- So how is everything going?

- He had four days without a seizure

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Wow! They're having success on specifically

Dravet. This is interesting. It's natural.

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And while he couldn't ever imagine

taking marijuana himself

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he was now in the stunning position

of recommending it for Charlotte.

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- I was, like, we need to do this.

- And I said I don't know.

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- There you are

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And then Charlotte's condition got worse

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Three hundred seizures a week.

Almost two every hour

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She was not talking or moving,

Basically catatonic

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As a last resort doctors wanted to either prescribe

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a powerful veterinary drugs

used on epileptic dogs

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or put Charlotte in a medically induced coma.

So her brain and body could rest

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For Paige those were not good options

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but maybe, just maybe marijuana now was

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But she was about to find out

how hard that would be.

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This isn't go to the pharmacy

and pick up your medicine

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There was no protocol.

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When we come back, what will the Figis do?

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And What would you do if this were your daughter?

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DR. CHRISTIAN THURSTONE, ADDICTION EXPERT: There is no longer any scientific debate that marijuana is not just psychologically addictive, but also physically addictive.
Não existe mais qualquer debate científico de que a maconha não é apenas viciante psicologicamente, mas também fisicamente viciante.
So give me an update. How are you doing?
Me atualize (me diga) Como vc está indo?
GUPTA: Dr. Christian Thurstone runs one of Colorado's largest youth substance abuse treatment clinics. The number of marijuana addicts he treats has tripled in the last three years alone.
Dr. Christian Thurstone dirige uma das maiores de clínicas de jovens em tratamento de abuso de substâncias do Colorado. O número de viciados em maconha que ele trata triplicou nos últimos três anos.
THURSTONE: Literally I cried about it. Marijuana is number one on their list of priorities. They have dropped out of life.
Eu literalmente chorei por causa disso. Marijuana é o número um em sua lista de prioridades. Eles desistiram da vida.
VARGAS: Back in the day I would have feel like my day has really started if I didn't high.
Tempos atrás eu sentiria como se meu dia realmente comessasse se eu não tivesse chapado
GUPTA: Joel Vargas started smoking when he was just 13. By 15 he was smoking more than a dozen times a day. He stopped skateboarding. He even dropped out of school.
Joel Vargas começou a fumar quando tinha apenas 13 anos. Aos 15 anos, ele estava fumando mais do que uma dúzia de vezes por dia. Ele parou de andar de skate. Ele até saiu da escola.
VARGAS: I like getting high. I need to get high because my brain is telling me.
Eu gosto de ficar chapado. Eu preciso ficar chapado, porque meu cérebro está me dizendo isso.
THURSTONE: Adolescence, starting at about age 13 have a pretty mature brain reward center, so they can experience rewards and pleasures the same way adults can, but the problem with that is that their prefrontal cortex, which helps people think ahead, control their impulses, that's not fully developed until age 24. That explains why adolescents are much more vulnerable.
Adolescência, começando à cerca de 13 anos de idade têm um centro de recompensa cerebral bastante maduro, para que possam experimentar recompensas e prazeres da mesma forma que os adultos podem, mas o problema com isto é que o córtex pré-frontal, o que ajuda as pessoas a pensar no futuro, controlar seus impulsos, não está totalmente desenvolvido até 24 anos. Isso explica por que os adolescentes são muito mais vulneráveis​​.
GUPTA: There's something else that addiction experts believe is likely happening in the brain. When you smoke pot, the feel-good chemicals that make up marijuana called cannibinoids, remember them? They cause your brain to stop producing its own natural cannibinoids. When you stop smoking, you have no feel good cannibinoids of your own. Until your body kick starts production, you feel lousy, so many people smoke again to feel better.
Há algo mais que os especialistas acreditam que é a provável dependência acontecendo no cérebro. Quando você fuma maconha, os produtos químicos que compõem a maconha que o faz sentir-se bem são chamados cannibinoides, lembra deles? Eles fazem o seu cérebro parar de produzir seus próprios cannibinoides naturais. Quando você parar de fumar, você não se sentirá bem com os cannibinoides de sua preferência. Até que seu corpo inicie a produção, você se sente péssimo, muitas pessoas fumam novamente para se sentir melhor.
And today's marijuana could be more addictive. It has more of the psychoactive ingredient, THC, than ever before. Brain researcher Dr. Nora Volcow.
E a maconha de hoje poderia ser mais viciante. Tem mais do ingrediente psicoativo, o THC, do que nunca. Pesquisadora do cérebro Dr. Nora Volcow.
DR. NORA VOLCOW, BRAIN RESEARCHER: If you smoke a very potent marijuana, the 9 THC content is going to go very fact into your brain at a relatively high concentrations and then that increases its rewarding effects and likely transition into addiction.
Se você fuma uma maconha muito potente, o teor de THC 9 entrará em seu cérebro em concentrações relativamente elevadas e, em seguida, aumenta os seus efeitos de recompensa e provavelmente levando ao vício.
GUPTA: So how much stronger is it?
Bem! O quanto forte é isso?
You see the barbed wire, obviously, on the fences.
Você vê o arame farpado, evidentemente, sobre as cercas
Well, I traveled to Mississippi where marijuana is illegal, but here on the campus of one of the country's oldest universities, Ole Miss, a huge stash of marijuana is under lock
and key.
Bem, eu viajei para o Mississippi, onde a maconha é ilegal, mas aqui no campus de uma das universidades mais antigas do país, Ole Miss, um enorme estoque de maconha está sob sete chaves.
MAHMOUD ELSOHLY, MARIJUANA POTENCY PROJECT: This is our vault.
Este é o nosso cofre.
GUPTA: This is some pretty tight security. I mean, look at this door
.
Esta é uma execelente segurança. Quero dizer, olhe para esta porta.
Mahmoud ElSohly runs what's called a Marijuana Potency Project.
Mahmoud ElSohly dirigi o que é chamado de Projeto da Potência da Maconha.
What's the potency of this?
Qual é a potência desse?
ELSOHLY: This is about 8 percent.
É em torno de 8%
GUPTA: For three decades now his team has analyzed weed confiscated from drug busts.
Por 3 décadas seu time tem analisado ervas conficadas nas apreensões de drogas
ELSOHLY: This is 36 percent THC. You can smell it. It has a good aromatic smell.
Esta tem 36 % de THC. Voce pode sentir o cheiro dela. Éla tem uma boa fragância
GUPTA: How much is this worry you, 36 percent THC confiscated?
O quanto esses 36% de THC confiscados preocupam vcs?
ELSOHLY: Very, very dangerous material. For someone that is not experienced in marijuana smoking takes some of this, and they're going to go into the negative effects of the high, the amount of THC, the psychosis, the irritation, irritability, the paranoia, and all of this.
Material muito muito perigoso. Para alguém que não é experiente em fumar maconha pode acontecer de ter efeitos negativos na viagem, quantidade de THC, psicose, irritação, irritabilidade, paranóia, e tudo isso.
GUPTA: And while not all the plants are this high, there's no question he's seen a trend. In 1972 the average potency was less than 1 percent THC. Now it's nearly 13 percent.
E, embora nem todas as plantastenha essa potência, não há dúvida de que se vê uma tendência. Em 1972, a potência média era inferior a 1 por cento de THC. Agora é quase 13 por cento.
Are people becoming more obsessed with high THC marijuana? ELSOHLY: I think so. They're starting out with a half a percent and 1 percent, and they get a good high, and then as they continue to use that, it doesn't give them the same high anymore, so they see -- you know, smoking more or high potency material.
As pessoas estão cada vez mais obcecadas com alta de THC na maconha? ElSohly: Acho que sim. Eles estão começando com uma metade de um por cento e 1 por cento, e ele conseguem uma boa chapação, e, em seguida, como eles continuam a usar isso, os efeitos não são mais os mesmos, então eles vêem, vc sabe, fumar mais ou conseguir uma material com maior potencia.
GUPTA: It happened to Joel Vargas. After a couple of years of smoking daily, Joel eventually ended up in rehab where he faced mild withdrawal symptoms like irritability, insomnia, nausea.
Foi o que aconteceu com Joel Vargas. Depois de alguns anos fumando diariamente, Joel acabou chegando numa clínica de reabilitação, onde ele enfrentou os sintomas de abstinência leves, como irritabilidade, insônia, náusea.
HOLLAND: It certainly isn't anything nearly as dangerous as abrupt discontinuation of alcohol. You know, for somebody like Joel, going into rehab is really about learning new behaviors more than it is about sort of treating the physiological dependence or tolerance or withdrawal issues.
Certamente nada é tão perigoso como a interrupção abrupta de álcool. Você sabe, para alguém como Joel, indo para a reabilitação é realmente uma aprendizagem de novos comportamentos mais do que é sobre o tipo de tratamento de dependência ou tolerância ou abstinência fisiológica.
GUPTA: Joel has been clean now for six months, but these kinds of risks, they don't scare off Charlotte Figi's parents.
Joel está limpo há seis meses, mas esses tipos de riscos, não assustam os pais de Charlotte Figi.
M. FIGI: People ask us that a lot. Like, you know, how did you make that decision? It wasn't a decision.
As pessoas nos perguntam muito isso. Como, você sabe, como é que você tomou essa decisão? Não era uma decisão.
P. FIGI: It wasn't a decision.
Não era uma decisão.
M. FIGI: It was the next viable option.
Foi a próxima opção viável
GUPTA: And some would say a radical option. Marijuana for a 5-year- old, but it was an option they hoped would change her life forever.
E alguns diriam que é uma opção radical. Maconha para 5 anos de idade, mas esta era uma opção que eles esperavam que mudaria a vida deles para sempre
When we come back, Matt and Paige Figi finally give their Charlotte marijuana. The results are shocking.
Quando voltamos, Matt e Paige Figi finalmente dão maconha para Charlotte. Os resultados são chocantes.
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O subtitle workshop é muito bom tambem.È o q eu uso pra sincronizar legendas

Verdade, ele é muito bom também, estou usando o Media Subtitler, acho ele bem fácil para sincronizar.

O que mais gasta tempo na legenda não é nem o sincronizar e sim ajustar as falas para que fique confortavel a leitura.

Vou pegar um pouco da legenda de do BC e do BF hoje e juntar ao que eu já fiz até agora, ver se consigo sincronizar até os 15min hoje e coloco aqui mais a noite.

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Até a segunda parte do programa com legenda (15min)

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People are lighting up

All over the country

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They call it the Green Rush

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Marijuana has moved out of the back alleys

and into the open

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Happy cannabis crop, you all.

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In some states it's legal to grow

to sell, to smoke

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and marijuana could be legalized

in a city near you

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So easy to get

and many think so harmless

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But when the smoke clears,

is marijuana bad for you

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or could pot actually be good for you?

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- Marijuana is better than all those pills for you in terms of treating?

- Yeah

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I traveled the world for answers

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What does marijuana do to you?

What does it do to your kids?

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A special investigation

WEED

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Our journey begins here

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in this small town home

nestled in the mountains

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with a family who has never

allowed TV cameras in before

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and you're going to soon learn why

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- This is so pretty out here

- Yeah

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They live in Colorado

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one of two states where it's legal to smoke pot

medically and recreationally

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but here it's also taboo to residents like Paige Figi

and her husband Matt

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- I'm sure it was mentioned to us by someone

Hey, you should try this

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- And I thought no way

- You thought that's fringe stuff?

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No way. Not in a million years. No.

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But in this area marijuana is far from fringe

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More joints?

And do you want island sweet?

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- Medical dispensaries are everywhere

- Welcome, guys

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People are smoking in private clubs

and public festivals

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But none of this is for Matt

He is a military man

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and marijuana would be a career ender

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I grew up in Wisconsin

in a well-loving family, and I was educated, like,

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that's a drug. You don't do that!

And I never did

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But just decades ago marijuana was a legitimate medication

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also called cannabis. prescribed by doctors

and dispensed by pharmacies

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But that all changed in 1930

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Henry Anslinger, the United States first drug czar

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For him public enemy number one

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you guessed it, marijuana.

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This guy saw how he could increase the budget

of his department

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by having this mission.

Going after marijuana.

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You know, saying that there's this drug

that the Mexican migrant workers are smoking

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and it's loco weed, and it's going make them crazy,

and they're going to rape your women.

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He got the anti-marijuana message out

through news reports

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and then came this

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The film "Reefer Madness"

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portraying the users of marijuana

as unproductive, crazed.

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People are still afraid of what pot can do to them.

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- In many ways to have defined our attitudes now for 70 years!

-Yes

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Marijuana then became illegal in 1937

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And by 1970 it was a schedule

one controlled substance

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The government was saying

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It had no medicinal value

and had a high potential for abuse

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All reasons why the Figis stayed away from marijuana

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Until this

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And this might be hard for some of you to watch

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- It's OK, baby

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This is their daughter, Charlotte

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having a seizure.

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We just thought it was just one random fibril seizure

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- Nothing to really do. No medications.

It's a fluke? Right

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A fluke made sense.

After all, Charlotte, nicknamed Charlie

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was born perfectly healthy.

A fraternal twin to sister Chase

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Charlie always had big, big smiles.

Just happy kids

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- Easy

- Yes, easy. Very much so

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So it was around three months

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you said that when you first noticed

that Charlie had a seizure.

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I was changing her diaper.

While putting a new diaper on from after the bath

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and her eyes just started flickering.

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It led to the first of many trips to the E.R.

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They did the million-dollar workup, MRI, EEG,

spinal tap, you know, they did the whole workup

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and found nothing and sent us home.

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No abnormal blood test?

No abnormal scan?

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and developing normally, too.

You know, talking and walking

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and the same day as her twin.

Nothing was behind yet.

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By the time she was 2, though

the seizures had become constant

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and started to take their toll

on their once happy

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- Joyful little girl

- She started to really decline cognitively

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and she was slipping away.

And she just wasn't keeping up with her twin.

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The Figis finally found an answer

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It was awful news.

Dravet Syndrome.

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It is severe intractable epilepsy

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The seizures start during the first year of life

and are unstoppable

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Difficult to control and very damaging

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Severe behavioral problems, attention deficit,

hyperactivity the self-injury

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you know, banging her head on the floor

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and pulling her hair out

and like a possessed child

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This isn't your perfect, happy Charlotte.

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It was a race against time. Many Dravet kids

die young in early childhood

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Charlotte was almost 3. For the next

two years the Figis tried everything

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Strange diets, acupuncture

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and dozens of powerful drugs like valium,

Ativan, even barbital

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But nothing seemed to help.

Even worse

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some of the medications nearly killed her.

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After one dose she stops breathing and

after two doses her heart will stop.

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- Did you have to do CPR then on her yourself?

- Yes

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I remember when her heart stopped,

and I had her pulse

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and I lost her pulse. There was just nothing.

The ambulance is on its way.

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She survived.

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- Mommy?

- You're OK. Mommy is here.

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But now it was fall of 2011

and Charlotte was 5 years old

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When things are at their worst she just

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the kids are sleeping either in my room or next.

So they can hear her seizure scream all night

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50 times a night, and Chase would

come in, in the morning

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and just misses her twin and just hug her and

like, rub her head and say

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I'm just so glad you survived through

the night last night.

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Matt had been deployed to Afghanistan

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and the only thing he could do to help

was start scouring the Internet.

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And he stumbled on to this video

of a child using marijuana

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- So how is everything going?

- He had four days without a seizure

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Wow! They're having success on specifically

Dravet. This is interesting. It's natural.

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And while he couldn't ever imagine

taking marijuana himself

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he was now in the stunning position

of recommending it for Charlotte.

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- I was, like, we need to do this.

- And I said I don't know.

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- There you are

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And then Charlotte's condition got worse

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Three hundred seizures a week.

Almost two every hour

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She was not talking or moving,

Basically catatonic

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As a last resort doctors wanted to either prescribe

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a powerful veterinary drugs

used on epileptic dogs

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or put Charlotte in a medically induced coma.

So her brain and body could rest

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For Paige those were not good options

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but maybe, just maybe marijuana now was

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But she was about to find out

how hard that would be.

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This isn't go to the pharmacy

and pick up your medicine

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There was no protocol.

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When we come back, what will the Figis do?

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And What would you do if this were your daughter?

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I had resigned myself. I don't think

she's going to survive this.

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We've seen her flatlined in a hospital.

We've said good- bye.

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You're listening to Matt and Paige Figi

describe their own daughter.

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What would you do if this were your child?

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Charlotte Figi had an extreme form of epilepsy.

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Her body was so frail that any seizure could kill her.

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With no traditional treatment left to try

and the clock ticking away,

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her parents decided to try marijuana.

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Charlotte was just 5 years old.

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You need a card in order to be able

to get the cannabis from a pharmacy.

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Doctors have to prescribe it.

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You need two doctors in Colorado

to get the card for a juvenile or a child.

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It was hard. We were the first young child

and they said no. Everyone said no, no, no, no.

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Certainly her age played a role in my hesitance.

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Dr. Alan Shackelford is a Harvard-trained physician.

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He is also among a handful of doctors in Colorado

who give prescriptions for medical marijuana.

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From the moment Charlotte entered his office,

he knew she was in trouble.

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While he was just examining her, she had two seizures.

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She'd failed everything.

There were no more options for her.

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Everything had been tried, except cannabis.

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Here's how scientists think it might work.

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Marijuana is made up of two ingredients

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THC, that's the psychoactive part that makes

you high,

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and CBD, also can cannabidiol

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If the CBD that scientists think modulates

electrical and chemical activity

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to help quiet the excessive activity

in the brain that causes seizures.

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Dr. Julie Holland is the editor of the "Pot Book:

A Complete Guide to Cannabis."

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For a long time the work on cannabis

and epilepsy was sort of inconclusive.

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Maybe it works. Maybe it doesn't.

They couldn't quite figure it out.

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It's only when they really started

separating THC from CBD...

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that they saw, you know, definitively, yes,

CBD seems to really stop seizures.

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So the Figis needed to find

something that was rare.

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A strain of marijuana that was low in THC..

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of course, they didn't want

Charlotte getting stoned!

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Bbut also high in CBD to treat her seizures.

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And that wouldn't be easy.

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Dispensaries and growers, they make

their money off strains that are high in THC.

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- I'm Joel.

- I'm Josh.

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No one knows that better than the Stanley brothers.

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Their family business is pot.

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And if you look at these clean cut guys

and what you see surprises you, don't worry.

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They've heard it all before.

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When we were round the corner,

they're like, oh, wait a second.

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Did You finish High school?

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They all not only finished high school,

but also college and in some cases graduate

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Now they are some of Colorado's

biggest growers and dispensary owners.

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They produce up to 600 pounds

of medical marijuana a year,

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and much of that marijuana is high in THC.

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But here on their remote farm at

this undisclosed location in the mountains

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It takes a lot of plants. We're allowed

to grow six per patient.

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They have been growing something different.

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Something they call revolutionary

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It's a greenhouse one?

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- Greenhouse one? Yes!

- Welcome to it. Looking the paradise

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Behind closed doors and under

tight security...

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we enter what the Stanleys

call the garden of Eden.

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There's nothing like this in the world.

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This place 21 percent CBD and

less than 1 percent THC.

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It took years of crossbreeding plants

to get to this point.

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Instead of breeding up the THC

we've bred down the THC...

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and bred up the CBD, and people said,

you are crazy!

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- You know, who is going to smoke that?

- So why grow it then?

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Well, the Stanleys also believed in CBD's

potential to treat many diseases.

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And they had seen it change lives before.

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I always have two strains.

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Meet 19-year-old Chaz Moore.

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He uses many different strains of marijuana.

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Many of them high in CBD to treat

his rare disorder of the diaphragm.

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- My abs will like lock up

- That's why he's talking this way.

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Almost speaking in hiccups, like he

can't catch his breath.

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It's called myoclonus diaphragmatic flutter.

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This fluttering here is annoying

but it becomes painful. Yes.

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- Pretty quickly, I imagine.

- Yes, after like 15, 20 minutes

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this is where I can like start to really feel

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He's about to show me how the marijuana works.

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He's been convulsing now for seven minutes.

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How quickly do you expect this to work?

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Within like the first five minutes.

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- And I'm done, like.

- That's it?

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That's it.

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It was actually less than a minute.

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Depending on the attack and the day,

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like, it will work within the first couple of hits.

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Hear how his voice is completely different.

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That attack lasted eight minutes,

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but some have lasted the much longer...

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and happened as often as 40 times a day,

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and like Charlotte, he had tried so many things before.

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By 16 Chaz was taking these powerful, addictive, potentially deadly narcotics...

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and muscle relaxants daily,

like valium and morphine.

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It would be safe to say that marijuana,

in which you have in your hand there,

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is better than all those pills

for you in terms of treating? Yes.

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What's going on.

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Yes. I wouldn't -- I'm not zombie-fied.

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I've had 16, 17 attacks today,

and I'm still sitting up talking to you.

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My first attack on all these, I'd be in the hospital.

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I'm a firm believer that marijuana has

actually saved my son's life.

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Chaz's father, Sean.

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His quality of life now is 1,000 times better...

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than what it was when he was on

the pharmaceuticals.

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A quality of life that Paige Figi desperately

wanted for her daughter, Charlotte,

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but she still had one hurdle to cross.

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Convincing dispensary owners, like the Stanleys,

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to sell marijuana to a 5-year-old little girl.

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When Charlotte's mother called my brother, Joel,

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the brothers had a meeting and said

tell us about this patient.

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She's 5 years old, he said, and we said,

no, we can't do that.

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Why?

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It was the fear of the unknown.

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Charlotte was the youngest patient

at the time wanting marijuana.

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Would it be too much for her?

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Or would it change her life forever?

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We'll find that out later,

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but, first, learn more about what

marijuana does to your kids' brain

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and yours as well.

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DR. JULIE HOLLAND, EDITOR, THE POT BOOK: You know, saying that there's this drug that the Mexican migrant workers are smoking, and it's loco weed, and it's going make them crazy, and they're going to rape your women.

DRA. JULIE HOLLAND, EDITORA, THE POT BOOK: Você sabe, dizendo que existe esta droga que os trabalhadores
imigrantes mexicanos fumam, que é a erva do capeta, e vai deixá-los loucos, e vão acabar estuprando suas mulheres.



GUPTA: He got the anti-marijuana message out through news reports. And then
came this. The film "Reefer Madness" portraying the users of
marijuana as unproductive, crazed.

GUPTA: Ele espalhou a mensagem através
dos noticiários. Daí surgiu isso. O filme "Reefer Madness" retratando usuários de maconha como improdutivos,
enlouquecidos.



HOLLAND: People are still afraid of what pot can do to them.

HOLLAND: As pessoas ainda tem medo
do que a maconha pode lhes fazer.



GUPTA: In many ways to have defined our attitudes now for 70 years.

GUPTA: O que de muitas formas definiu
nossas atuais atitudes por 70 anos.



HOLLAND: Yes.

HOLLAND: Sim.



GUPTA: Marijuana then became illegal in 1937. And by 1970 it was a schedule one
controlled substance. The government was saying it had no medicinal value and
had a high potential for abuse. All reasons why the Figis stayed away from
marijuana. Until this. And this might be hard for some of you to watch.

GUPTA: A maconha então se tornou ilegal
em 1937. E em 1970 já era uma sustância proscrita. O governo dizia que não tinha
nenhum valor medicinal e que tinha alto potencial de abuse. Todos motivos que
levaram os Figis a ficar longe da maconha. Até isso. E alguns de vocês podem
achar isso difícil de assistir.



P. FIGI: It's OK, baby.

P. FIGI: Está tudo bem, meu bebê.



GUPTA: This is their daughter, Charlotte, having a seizure.

GUPTA: Esta é sua filha, Charlotte,
tendo uma convulsão.



P. FIGI: We just thought it was just one random febrile seizure.

P. FIGI: Pensamos que fosse apenas
uma convulsão febril aleatória.



GUPTA: Nothing to really do. No medications. It's a fluke?

GUPTA: Nada a se fazer. Nenhum medicamento.
Uma casualidade?



P. FIGI: Right.

P. FIGI: Certo.



GUPTA: A fluke made sense. After all, Charlotte, nicknamed Charlie, was born
perfectly healthy. A fraternal twin to sister Chase.

GUPTA: Uma casualidade fez sentido.
Afinal, Charlotte, apelidada Charlie, nasceu perfeitamente saudável. Gêmea
fraterna da irmã Chase.



M. FIGI: Charlie always had big, big smiles. Just happy kids.

M. FIGI: Charlie sempre teve um
grande sorriso. Uma crianças feliz.

P. FIGI: Easy.

P. FIGI: Tranquila.



M. FIGI: Yes, easy. Very much so.

M. FIGI: Sim, tranquila. Muito.



GUPTA: So it was around three months you said that when you first noticed --

GUPTA: Então foi por volta dos
três meses quando você disse que percebeu pela primeira vez -



P. FIGI: Yes. Yes.

P. FIGI: Sim. Sim.



GUPTA: -- that Charlie had a seizure.

GUPTA: -- que Charlie teve uma convulsão.




M. FIGI: I was changing her diaper. While putting a new diaper on from after
the bath, and her eyes just started flickering.

M. FIGI: Estava trocando sua
fralda. Enquanto colocava uma nova fralda após o banho e seus olhos começaram a
tremer.



GUPTA: It led to the first of many trips to the E.R.

GUPTA: E isso levou à primeira de
muitas corridas ao pronto socorro.



P. FIGI: They did the million-dollar workup, MRI, EEG, spinal tap, you know,
they did the whole workup and found nothing and sent us home.

P. FIGI: Eles fizeram uma bateria
de exames de um milhão de dólares, ressonância magnética, eletroencefalograma, exame
de líquor, você sabe, fizeram aquela bateria completa de exames e não
encontraram nada e nos mandaram para casa.



GUPTA: No abnormal blood test? No abnormal scan?

GUPTA: Nenhum resultado anormal de
teste de sangue? Nenhuma resonância anormal?



P. FIGI: And developing normally, too. You know, talking and walking and the
same day as her twin. Nothing was behind yet.

P. FIGI: E também estava se
desenvolvendo normalmente. Você sabe, falando e andando e no mesmo dia que sua
gêmea. Nada estava atrasado, ainda.



GUPTA: By the time she was 2, though, the seizures had become constant and
started to take their toll on their once happy, joyful little girl.

GUPTA: Aos 2 anos, todavia, as
convulsões se tornaram constantes e começaram a surtir efeitos negativos em sua
menininha, antes feliz e alegre.



P. FIGI: She started to really decline cognitively, and she was slipping away.
And she just wasn't keeping up with her twin.

P. FIGI: Suas funções cognitivas
começaram realmente a regredir, estava padecendo. Ela não conseguia mais
acompanhar sua gêmea.



GUPTA: The Figis finally found an answer. It was awful news. Dravet Syndrome.
It is severe intractable epilepsy. The seizures start during the first year of
life and are unstoppable. Difficult to control and very damaging.

GUPTA: Os Figis finalmente encontraram
uma resposta. Foi uma notícia horrível. Síndrome de Dravet. É uma epilepsia severa
intratável. As convulsões começam no primeiro ano de vida e nunca mais param. São
difíceis de controlar e muito devastadoras.



P. FIGI: Severe behavioral problems, attention deficit, hyperactivity, the
self-injury, you know, banging her head on the floor, and pulling her hair out,
and like a possessed child. This isn't your perfect, happy Charlotte.

P. FIGI: Problemas comportamentais
severos, déficit de atenção, hiperatividade, auto-agressão, você sabe, bater a
cabeça no chão e arrancar os cabelos, como uma criança possuída. Esta não é sua
Charlotte, perfeita, feliz.



GUPTA: It was a race against time. Many Dravet kids die young, in early
childhood. Charlotte was almost 3. For the next two years the Figis tried
everything. Strange diets, acupuncture, and dozens of powerful drugs like
valium, Ativan, even barbital. But nothing seemed to help. Even worse, some of
the medications nearly killed her.

GUPTA: É uma corrida contra o
tempo. Muitas crianças com Dravet morrem cedo, no início da infância. Charlotte
tinha quase 3. Nos próximos dois anos os Figis tentaram de tudo. Dietas
estranhas, acupuntura e dezenas de drogas poderosas como Valium, Ativan, mesmo
fenobarbital. Mas nada parecia ajudar. Pior, alguns dos medicamentos quase a
mataram.



P. FIGI: After one dose she stops breathing, and after two doses her heart will
stop.

P. FIGI: Após uma dose ela parou
de respirar e após duas doses seu coração parou de bater.



GUPTA: Did you have to do CPR then on her yourself?

GUPTA: E você mesma teve que fazer
a massagem cardiorrespiratória?



P. FIGI: Yes. I remember when her heart stopped, and I had her pulse, and I
lost her pulse. There was just nothing. The ambulance is on its way.

P. FIGI: Sim. Lembro quando seu
coração parou e tinha tirado seu pulso e perdi seu pulso. Não havia nada. A ambulância
estava a caminho.



GUPTA: She survived.

GUPTA: Ela sobreviveu.



P. FIGI: You're OK. Mommy is here.

P. FIGI: Está tudo bem, filhinha. Mamãe
está aqui.



GUPTA: But now it was fall of 2011, and Charlotte was 5 years old.

GUPTA: Mas então era outono de
2011, e Charlotte tinha 5 anos.



P. FIGI: When things are at their worst, she just -- the kids are sleeping
either in my room or next so they can hear her seizure scream all night, 50
times a night, and Chase would come in, in the morning and just misses her twin
and just hug her and, like, rub her head and say, I'm just so glad you survived
through the night last night.

P. FIGI: Na pior fase, ela apenas
-- as crianças estão dormindo ou no meu quarto ou por perto então elas podem
escutar ela convulsionar e gritar a noite inteira, 50 vezes por noite, e a Chase
chegaria, de manhã com muita saudade de sua gêmea e lhe abraçava e fazia
carinho em sua cabeça e dizia, estou mito feliz que você sobreviveu a noite que
passou.



GUPTA: Matt had been deployed to Afghanistan, and the only thing he could do to
help was start scouring the Internet, and he stumbled on to this video of a
child using marijuana.

GUPTA: Matt foi enviado para
servir no Afeganistão e a única coisa que ele podia fazer para ajudar era
vasculhar a Internet, e ele de repente encontrou este vídeo de uma criança
usando maconha.



UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So how is everything going?

HOMEM NÃO IDENTIFICADO: E então,
como vão as coisas?



UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He had four days without a seizure.

HOMEM NÃO IDENTIFICADO: Faz quatro
dias que ele não tem uma convulsão.



M. FIGI: I'm, like, wow, they're having success on specifically Dravet. This is
interesting. It's natural.

M. FIGI: E eu disse pra mim mesmo,
uau, eles estão tendo sucesso especificamente com Dravet. Isso é interessante. É
natural.



GUPTA: And while he couldn't ever imagine taking marijuana himself, he was now
in the stunning position of recommending it for Charlotte.

GUPTA: E enquanto ele mesmo nunca
se imaginou usando maconha, agora se encontrava na incrível posição de recomendá-la
à Charlotte.



M. FIGI: I was, like, we need to do this.

M. FIGI: Eu dizia, precisamos
fazer isso.



P. FIGI: And I said I don't know. There you are.

P. FIGI: E eu disse, não sei não. Foi
isso.



GUPTA: And then Charlotte's condition got worse. Three hundred seizures a week.
Almost two every hour. She was not talking or moving. Basically catatonic. As a
last resort, doctors wanted to either prescribe a powerful veterinary drug used
on epileptic dogs or put Charlotte in a medically induced coma so her brain and
body could rest.

GUPTA: E então a condição de
Charlotte piorou. Trezentas convulsões por semana. Quase duas por hora. Ela parou
de falar ou se mexer. Basicamente catatônica. Como último recurso, os médicos
queriam ou prescrever um poderoso remédio veterinário usado em cachorros
epiléticos ou colocar Charlotte em coma induzido para que seu cérebro e corpo
pudessem descansar.



For Paige those were not good options, but maybe, just maybe marijuana now was.
But she was about to find out how hard that would be.

Para Paige estas não eram boas opções,
mas talvez, talvez agora a maconha fosse. Mas ela estava prestes a descobrir o
quão difícil isso seria.



P. FIGI: This isn't go to the pharmacy and pick up your medicine. There was no
protocol.

P. FIGI: Não é o caso de ir à farmácia
e pegar o remédio. Não havia protocolo.



GUPTA: When we come back, what will the Figis do? And What would you do if this
were your daughter?

GUPTA: Quando retornarmos, o que
os Figis farão? E o que vocês fariam se ela fosse sua filha?



(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

(COMERCIAL)



P. FIGI: I had resigned myself. I don't think she's going to survive this.

P. FIGI: Havia me resignado. Não
acreditava que ela fosse sobreviver a isso.



M. FIGI: We've seen her flatlined in a hospital. We've said good- bye.

M. FIGI: Vimos ela tendo uma
parada cardíaca no hospital. Dissemos adeus.



GUPTA: You're listening to Matt and Paige Figi describe their own daughter.

GUPTA: Vocês estão ouvindo a Matt e
Paige Figi descrever sua própria filha.



What would you do if this were your child?

O que vocês fariam se ela fosse
sua filha?



Charlotte Figi had an extreme form of epilepsy. Her body was so frail that any
seizure could kill her. With no traditional treatment left to try and the clock
ticking away, her parents decided to try marijuana. Charlotte was just 5 years
old.

Charlotte Figi sofre de uma forma extrema
de epilepsia. Seu corpo estava tão debilitado que qualquer convulsão poderia
matá-la. Sem outro tratamento tradicional para tentar e sem tempo a perder, seus
pais decidiram tentar a maconha. Charlotte tinha apenas 5 anos.



You need a card in order to be able to get the cannabis from a pharmacy.
Doctors have to prescribe it.

Você precisa uma carteirinha para
conseguir obter canábis de uma farmácia. Os médicos precisam prescrever.



P. FIGI: You need two doctors in Colorado to get the card for a juvenile or a
child. It was hard. We were the first young child and they said no. Everyone
said no, no, no, no.

P. FIGI: Você precisa de dois médicos
no Colorado para obter a carteirinha para uma criança ou adolescente. Foi
difícil. Fomos os primeiros com uma criança pequena e eles disseram não. Todos
disseram não, não, não, não.



DR. ALAN SHACKELFORD, PRESCRIBES MEDICAL MARIJUANA: Certainly her age played a
role in my hesitance.

DR. ALAN SHACKELFORD, PRESCREVE MACONHA
MEDICAL: Certamente sua idade influenciou em minha hesitação.



GUPTA: Dr. Alan Shackelford is a Harvard-trained physician. He is also among a
handful of doctors in Colorado who give prescriptions for medical marijuana.
From the moment Charlotte entered his office, he knew she was in trouble. While
he was just examining her, she had two seizures.

GUPTA: Dr. Alan Shackelford é um médico
treinado pela Harvard. Ele também é um entre um pequeno grupo de médicos no
Colorado que prescrevem maconha medical. Do momento em que Charlotte entrou em
seu consultório, ele sabia que ela estava em apuros. Enquanto ele estava a examinando,
ela teve duas convulsões.



SHACKELFORD: She'd failed everything. There were no more options for her.
Everything had been tried, except cannabis.

SHACKELFORD: Ela falhou com tudo. Não
havia mais opções para ela. Havíamos tentado tudo, menos a canábis.



GUPTA: Here's how scientists think it might work. Marijuana is made up of two
ingredients -- THC, that's the psychoactive part that makes you high, and CBD,
also can cannibadiol. If the CBD that scientists think modulates electrical and
chemical activity to help quiet the excessive activity in the brain that causes
seizures.

GUPTA: É assim que os cientistas acham
que pode funcionar. A maconha é composta por dois ingredientes – o THC, a parte
psicoativa que dá o “barato”, e o CBD, também conhecido como cannabidiol. É o
CBD que os cientistas acreditam modular a atividade elétrica e química para
ajudar a acalmar a atividade excessiva no cérebro que causa convulsões.



Dr. Julie Holland is the editor of the "Pot Book: A Complete Guide to
Cannabis."

Dra. Julie Holland, editora do livro
“The Pot Book: A Complete Guide to Cannabis”.






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Pesquisando uns termos, encontrei:

A notícia escrita da CNN sobre esta reportagem, já traduzida: http://todoslemos.wordpress.com/

e um caso de uma criança brasileira, a Malú, em busca da cura (e com certeza de um tratamento que funcione):

https://www.facebook.com/pages/S%C3%ADndrome-de-Dravet-Mal%C3%BA/195076537226638

Como podemos ajudar? Acho que no mínimo o governo, Ministério da Saúde, SUS, deveria ser obrigado a ou importar maconha rica em CBD (Charlotte's Web) ou enviar a menina para tratamento no Colorado!

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Po, BC

Acho que vc traduziu uma parte do meu, não???

O meu era de 0 a 4:59

e o seu de 5:00 a 9:59

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Ou eu mosquei e ja ta tudo traduzido??

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Como podemos ajudar? Acho que no mínimo o governo, Ministério da Saúde, SUS, deveria ser obrigado a ou importar maconha rica em CBD (Charlotte's Web) ou enviar a menina para tratamento no Colorado!

Caros, acho essa pergunta importantíssima. Ela vale, inclusive, abrir uma postagem específica, mas como sou novato no GR, não sei onde é o fórum mais correto. Se não temos ainda grower plantando maconha extremamente rica em CBD como a Charlotte's Web, acho que a hora chegou, pois algumas das importantes aplicações medicinais (nem todas, várias dependem do velho e bom THC mesmo) dependem desse tipo de cultivar. Quem me ajuda a tocar essa pergunta para a frente?

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Ou eu mosquei e ja ta tudo traduzido??

Eu acho que não, Bas. Eu gostaria de saber se tem alguém responsável por 'juntar tudo'. Eu queria dar uma revisada no que ficou pronto este final de semana, mas acho que ainda não vai dar, né?

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Pesquisando uns termos, encontrei:

A notícia escrita da CNN sobre esta reportagem, já traduzida: http://todoslemos.wordpress.com/

e um caso de uma criança brasileira, a Malú, em busca da cura (e com certeza de um tratamento que funcione):

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Síndrome-de-Dravet-Malú/195076537226638

Como podemos ajudar? Acho que no mínimo o governo, Ministério da Saúde, SUS, deveria ser obrigado a ou importar maconha rica em CBD (Charlotte's Web) ou enviar a menina para tratamento no Colorado!

Wow man!!!

Excelente reportagem. A melhor e mais completa até agora. http://todoslemos.wordpress.com/. Salve os irmãos Stanley!!!

Não conhecia ese blog ainda. Agora só falta incluir o vídeo com a legenda em português, acho que só da parte que fala da menina. Tem algumas partes do vídeo que não vem ao caso. Isso na minha opinião.

Depois do video pronto, poderíamos mandar uma cópia para esse blog postar.

Só uma ideia.

Valeu pelo link Bro!!!

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Chegeui mto atrasado. Que merda, tiraram o filme do ar por direitos autorais. Nem deu tempo pra eu fazer o d/l.

puts tb cheguei atrasado :(

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O video q o Junianum postou ainda tá rolando

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Oh shit!! Mas ainda rola!

Galera! Alguem pode fazer o trabalho de juntar todas as partes que ja temos e ver o que faltou???

Tentar finalizar isso hj para o CBD revisar no fim de semana e aí na segunda de repente a gente já posta o conteudo para galera fazer o download

O programa teve tanta repercussão nos EUA que hoje será reprisado.

Começamos a gravar na quarta feira um documentário brasileiro sobre cannabis medicinal.

Em breve lançaremos também uns vídeos que venho a um tempo gravando. Relatos de pacientes como a Maria Antonia, o Playmogil, o Xambinho, o Japa e lançaremos tudo isso no site www.cannabismedicinal.org que está sendo reformulado.

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Na boa pessoal eu baixei o vídeo em alta e baixa qualidade.

Esse fim de semana vou ver se consigo editar a parte da Charlotte.

Abs

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Bom, vou tentar fazer o máximo que consigo hoje com a legenda em inglês ainda.

Vou tentar entregar até o final do dia o meu conteudo, talves eu chegue aos 30min hj sincronizado, se alguém ajudar podemos terminar hoje ainda.

Estou usando o Media Subtitler mas pode ser o Subtitle Workshop ou qualquer outro.

Estou sincronizando em cima do video em HD, eu fiz o download dele, quando acabar posso subir os arquivos (.mp4 e .srt) para o megaupload.

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Estou passando aqui para me desculpar, não consegui concluir a legenda, esse FDS foi complicado em casa, sem mais, essa semana irei me esforçar mais para concluir antes de quarta-feira, obrigado pela compreensao.

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TRADUCAO 15:00-20:00, DESCULPE A DEMORA ... MUITO TRAMPO ...

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: If you're smoking weed, make some noise.

Se você está fumando maconha, faca algum barulho.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes.

Sim.

GUPTA: April 20th, Denver, Colorado. Tens of thousands from around
the country and the world lighting up legally.


20 de Abril, Denver, Colorado. Milhares de pessoas de todos os cantos do pais (EUA) e todo mundo acendendo um baseado legalmente.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Good cannabis crop, you all.

Feliz Canabis Cup para todos. (entendo cannabis cup e não cannabis crop)

GUPTA: For some it's a lifestyle. For others it's a lifeline.

Para alguns é um estilo de vida e para outros é a cura para muitas enfermidades.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Working with the Lupus Foundation and Rheumatoid Arthritis.


Eu trabalho com a Fundação Lupus e artrites reumática.


GUPTA: But for all of them, I wonder, what was it doing to their brains?


Mas eu estou pensando o que a maconha estaria fazendo no cérebro destas pessoas.


DR. STACI GRUBER, DIRECTOR, MCLEAN HOSPITAL'S BRAIN IMAGING CENTER: Some of my patients call me pot doc.


Dr. Staci Gruber, diretora do centro de imagem do cérebro do hospital McLean.


GUPTA: Your patients call you pot doc?


Os seus pacientes lhe chamam de doutora maconha?


GRUBER: Well, they never meet anybody who's as interested in hearing about their marijuana use as I am.


Alguns de meus pacientes me chamam de Pot Doc (doutora maconha), por que alguns dos pacientes não conhecem mais ninguém que seja tão interessado em escutar o que eles tem a dizer sobre o uso deles da maconha.


GUPTA: Dr. Staci Gruber is serious about pot.


Dr. Staci Gruber é séria quando se fala sobre a maconha.


GRUBER: I want you to name the color and not to read it.

Eu quero que você diga a cor e não leia.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: OK.

OK.


GUPTA: I met her in her labs at McLean Hospital near Boston. She's using high-tech imaging to see what happens in the brain when you smoke.


Eu a conheci nos laboratórios do hospital McLean perto de Boston Ela esta usando tecnologia avançada de imagem para analisar o que acontece no cérebro quando você fuma maconha.


GRUBER: When you first smoke, that is, you know, you light up a joint, a spiff, a blunt, receptors, which are throughout the brain, respond and these areas of the brain are responsible for things like pleasure, memory, learning, sensation, sense of time and space, coordination, movement, appetite, and other drives, shall we say, so it's sort of an all over impact, right?

Quando você da a primeira tragada, você sabe, acender um baseado, uma bomba, um 'blunt'. Receptores que estão em toda parte do cérebro respondem a essa tragada. Essas áreas do cérebro são responsáveis pelas as sensações de prazer, memória, aprendizado, sensações, noção de tempo e espaço, coordenação, movimento, apetite e outros ‘prazeres’. Isto é um impacto no corpo e mente.


GUPTA: So reward, pleasure, hunger. You have this overall feeling of well being they say. That all sounds pretty good.

Então, vem a recompensa, o prazer, a fome e este sentimento de bem com a vida, eles dizem (maconheiros). Tudo isso parece muito bom?

(LAUGHTER)


(RISADAS)


GRUBER: It does sound pretty good.

Isso mesmo, tudo parece muito bom.

GUPTA: And it's not just feeling good, but there's this phenomenon reported by many smokers over the years, especially famous artists, the ability to be more creative.

Não é somente este sentimento de bem com a vida, mas também há este fenômeno que fumantes, especialmente muitos artistas famosos, dizem que a maconha aumenta a habilidade de ser mais criativo.


GRUBER: When you feel that high, there's sort of a release of dopamine, and your brain sort of -- has the ability to perceive things slightly differently from the way you might have if you hadn't been smoking pot. What you really see is this reduction in inhibitory function.

Quando você esta chapado o corpo libera dopamina e o seu cérebro consegue perceber o mundo de uma maneira diferente do qual se você não tivesse usado maconha. O que você realmente vê e uma diminuição da função inibitória.


AMIR PAINTER: Welcome, Dr.Gupta.

Bem vindo Dr. Sanjay.

GUPTA: Pretty spectacular.

Espetacular.

GUPTA: Less inhibition. That's something that painter Amir says helps him be more creative. A successful artist. His canvasses
sell for up to $25,000.

Menos inibição, é o que diz Amir, é o que ajuda ele a ser mais criativo. O artista famoso vende o seus quadros por até US$ 25.000,00

AMIR: It's my favorite way to work.

É o melhor jeito de trabalhar

GUPTA: Using marijuana.

Fumando maconha?

AMIR: Yes.

Sim.

GUPTA: He has been painting for 14 years, smoking for even longer. He says it makes him feel more relaxed, but most importantly for him, he says it makes him less critical of his own work.


Ele pinta por 14 anos e a bem mais fuma maconha. Ele se sente mais relaxado, mas o mais importante para ele e que ele é menos critico com o seu trabalho.


AMIR: Stop worrying so much about this and that and just sort of looking
and being as present as possible.

Eu não me preocupo com isto ou aquilo e tento, tipo, prestar mais atenção e ser mais presente possível.

GUPTA: Amir does caution that it's a delicate balancing for him.

Mas, ele avisa que há um equilíbrio delicado para ele (Amir).

AMIR: It would make me very apprehensive, maybe a little paranoid. Just too analytical.


As vezes, fumar maconha, me deixa apreensivo, um pouco paranóico e muito analítico.


HOLLAND: You can you get paranoid, you can have disorganized thinking. You get disoriented. It can be uncomfortable.

It can lead to panic attacks or anxiety attacks in people.

Você pode ficar paranóico, pensamento incoerente, desorientado, desconfortavel, pode causar ataques de pânico e ansiedade

GUPTA: How do you know when you've done too much?

Quando você sabe que já passou do limite?

AMIR: Simple tasks become very frustrating, like mixing paint, and then just sort of get into this state of, you know –

Quando faço tarefas simples, elas me deixam frustrado, por exemplo misturar as tintas. Ai você entra neste estado de ‘DAAHH’


(LAUGHTER)


(RISADAS)


GUPTA: And why that happens is exactly what Columbia University neuroscientist Carl Hart is investigating.

E porque isto acontece, é o que o neurocientista Carl Hart da universidade de Columbia está investigando.

HART: Exhale.

Exala

GUPTA: Research subjects in his lab smoke marijuana and then take a variety of cognitive tests.


As pessoas pesquisadas em seu laboratório fumam maconha e ai fazem vários testes coligativos.


HART: The effects will be disruption in memory, disruptions in inhibitory control. They will become slower at cognitive functioning. A wide range of things. These effects are temporary, but they're pretty pronounced and they are clear.


Os efeitos vão ser, interrupção da memória, perda da função inibitória, as pessoas ficam mais devagar com testes os coligativos e outras coisas, mas esses efeitos são temporários e podemos afirmar que esses efeitos são bem visíveis nos usuários de maconha.


GUPTA: And it's slowly becoming clear to scientists what part of the brain is
most affected. It's the prefrontal cortex.

Agora está mais evidente para os cientistas quais são as partes mais afetadas no cérebro. É a parte pré-frontal, córtex.

HART: It's very important for planning, thinking, coordinating your behaviors. There are tons of marijuana receptors in this region and we think that marijuana, particularly in the novice, can disrupt all of those behaviors.

Esta área do cérebro e muito importante para planejamento, pensamento, coordenação do seu reflexo. Nesta área do cérebro há muitos receptores de maconha, nós pensamos que maconha, principalmente nos jovens, pode atrapalhar todos estes reflexos.

GUPTA: An impairment that Hart cautions could be dangerous. Especially when driving. Uma redução destes reflexos, alerta Hart, pode ser perigoso quando estiver dirigindo.


HART: You may prematurely hit your brakes. You may prematurely hit the gas pedal. A wide range of things. You may
make a turn without looking more carefully.

O que pode causar acidentes, especialmente atrás do volante. Você pode pisar no breque ou acelerador prematuramente e outras coisas. Você pode virar a esquina ser prestar atenção

GUPTA: Look at this experiment done by CNN affiliate KIRO in Washington state. Subjects smoke marijuana and then drove. One was a daily medical marijuana smoker and another an infrequent weekend smoker.

Olhe este estudo feito feito pela CNN com ajuda do KIRO no estado de Washington. Duas pessoas fumaram maconha antes de dirigir. Uma delas fuma todos os dias e a outra, que é novato, e só fuma de fins de semana

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Relaxed and buzzed.

Estou relaxado, viajando.


GUPTA: The more the novice user smoked, the more trouble behind the wheel.


O novato quanto mais fumava, mais dificuldade de dirigir tinha.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Watch yourself. Watch yourself.

Sai da frente, sai da frente.

GUPTA: But interestingly, the habitual smoker didn't have as much trouble.

Interessante, a pessoa que fuma todos os dias não teve tantas dificuldades em dirigir como o novato.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I would (INAUDIBLE).

Nada, ela foi bem …

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Na boa pessoal eu baixei o vídeo em alta e baixa qualidade.

Esse fim de semana vou ver se consigo editar a parte da Charlotte.

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q bom irmao guarda esse tesouro que logo o outro deve ta saindo do ar tb.. hehehe a cnn quer o povo entrando no seu site nada de youtuba

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q bom irmao guarda esse tesouro que logo o outro deve ta saindo do ar tb.. hehehe a cnn quer o povo entrando no seu site nada de youtuba

Mas aki nóis é nóis. Vamos piratear e invadir essa praia. disseminação de informações JÁ!

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Como estao as coisas ... estao precisando de mais ajuda?

Nao sou bom com legendas/sincronizacao ....

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Fiz o str da minha parte pra agilizar pra quem for juntar tudo... só tem q se ligar pq o str tem um identificador de linha que no caso começou em 1 então teria que usar alguma função que juntasse ou fazer a sequencia de identificação da linha manualmente...

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De sua esposa Paige

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era horrível ver esses videos enquanto eu estava em missão

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era Charlotte sua filha de cinco de idade em convulsão

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diagnosticada com uma severa forma de eplepsia

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ela estava tendo 300 convulsões por semana

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cada ataque tão severo, que tinha o potencial de matá-la

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eles já tentaram dúzias de remédios tarja preta

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nós precisávamos tentar algo diferente

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e naquele momento a maconha era naturalmente o proximo passo a se tentar

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na sua casa no Colorado, Paige procurou por maconha rica em CBD

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esse é o ingrediente que cientistas creem ajudar na convulsões

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e ao mesmo tempo fraca em THC

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lembre-se ela não quer sua filha "chapada"

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ela achou uma pequena quantia num dispensario em Denver

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o proprietario ficou surpreso porque ninguem nunca a quiz

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eles disseram ser engraçado porque ninguem compra isso

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isso é o consenso geral, sabe?

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que ninguem a queira, ela não tinha efeito

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Paige pagou 800 dolares por um saco pequeno e levou pra casa

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Eu tinha um amigo que estava iniciando um negócio fazendo remedios

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eu eu disse, você pode me ajudar a extrair remedio desse saco de maconha ?

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Eu medi com uma seringa e coloquei debaixo da lingua dela

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foi emocionante e muito nervosismo

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segurando Charlotte em seus braços Paige esperou

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uma hora se passou

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e então outra

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e então outra

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ela não teve convulsões aquele dia

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e então ela não teve convulsões naquela noite

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você sentou lá e ficou olhando para o relógio ?

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sim pensei que loucura, e então ela não teve no dia seguinte

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e no dia seguinte

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e então eu pensei, ela já teria tido centenas até agora

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então, você sabe, eu pensei, isso é loucura

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Eu me lembro o quão feliz Paige estava

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estava realmente funcionando eu não podia acreditar

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é, isso é muito bom de se ouvir

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funcionou!

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mas após algumas semanas a emoção foi ofuscada pelo panico

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Paige estava ficando sem maconha

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e o dispensário não tinha mais daquele cultivar específico de maconha

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mesmo se houvese mais, o valor mensal seria astronômico

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dois mil dólares, e nem um centavo coberto por seguro

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mas então paige houviu falar dos Stanley's

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os seis irmãos e sua estufa de maconha rica em CBD

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Eu disse minha nossa

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e ele disse, eu não sei o que fazer com elas

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estamos tentando estas coisas com ela, mas ninguem quer, não tem mercado

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e eu disse não faça nada com ela, nos precisamos dessa planta

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no primeiro momento eles não queriam assumir o risco de dar maconha a uma criança tão jovem

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mas então eles se conheceram

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me conte da primeira vez que conheceu Matt, Paige e Charlotte

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vou te deixar com os ohos cheios d'agua nessa.

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é você começa a querer chorar quando começa a falar daquela garotinha

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os Figis acertaram na mosca

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um fornecimento estável de maconha rica em CBD

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e eles so precisavam pagar o que podiam bancar

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as pessoas tem chamado a gente de Robin Hoods da maconha

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dizem que vendemos maconha pra poder tomar conta das crianças

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e os menos afortunados

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Charlotte foi a primeira dessas crianças

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final da primavera de 2012

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ela tentou a maconha especial dos stanley's

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e de novo funcionou

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não sei te dizer o que isso significa pra nós

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te pega um pouco de jeito, não ?

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se não te pegar de jeito, deve ter algo errado com você

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ela vivia num estado catatônico

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e agora seus pais poderam pela priveira vez conhece-la

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que revelação

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chave

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sim. chave

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a criança que tinha 300 convulsões por semana

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agora tem somente uma a cada sete dias

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quando conheci Charlotte pela primeira vez em março de 2013

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fazia um ano daquela primeira dose de maconha

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depois de quase dois anos num tubo de alimentação

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agora ela come por si própria

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ela estava falando, até andando

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mas essas historias não estão sem os céticos

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um dos dois hospitais do país dedicados a sindrome de dravase na Florida

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declara que no momento, não há evidencia que o cannabidiol tenha efeito para tratamento da epilepsia

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a academia americana de pediatria também se opõe a cannabis

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assim como o instituto nacional de abuso em drogas

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é uma incrível virada nas coisas

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não pode ter sido concidência, mas ainda me pergunto

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e você Matt, ainda se pergunta também ?

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não mesmo

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você sabe que está funcionando

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está funcionando maravilhosamente

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e o médico de Charlotte Dr. Alan Shackleford também concorda

valeu

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