It sounds exactly like the opening to a bad punchline, but thanks to online entertainment channel, Cut, we can now witness what actually happens when a rabbi, a priest, and an atheist smoke marijuana together.
Now, we’d be remiss not to mention that there are serious known health risks of smoking cannabis; you can learn more about safer ways to take advantage of its benefits here. But without further ado, watch what happens when three people with very different religious backgrounds and worldviews connect with each other over some bud.
If you’re fascinated by this, like most people, we’ve got good news. There’s plenty more where this came from! The series, Strange Buds already has 19 episodes, each highlighting the connections diverse groups of people can make when they open up to each other. Keep watching below to see what happens when former cops, U.S. vets, a man and his grandma, and a Democrat, an independent, and a Republican all light one up together.
3 Former Cops
3 American Veterans with PTSD
One Dude and His Grandma
A Republican, a Democrat, and an Independent
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“The most extensive research review ever done on the topic found that cannabis can be an effective treatment against depression, anxiety, PTSD, and even addictions to opiates and alcohol.”
“After researching the benefits of cannabis oil and reading hundreds of other peoples’ personal stories of healing online, Joy’s friends decided to find somebody who could produce cannabis-based tablets. At the hospital, they handed Joy the tablet, and while she was hesitant about taking it, she figured she had nothing else to lose. “When you’re told you have six weeks to live you’ll try anything, trust me.””
“You’ve heard a lot about medical marijuana – it contains phytonutrients that can help inflammation and decrease pain. And increasing, these benefits are available for your dog!”
“Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas found that cannabis improves blood and oxygen flow, consequently slashing the risk of blood clots and stroke.”
“Despite the government’s continued efforts to ban it, cannabis is scientifically proven to treat chronic pain, anxiety, and even seizures. A new study suggests that one of its active compounds has the potential to heal bones, which is great news for people suffering from conditions that affect their bones.”
“In November 2016, Cannabis Science announced 2 new pharmaceutical developments in the form of cannabis skin patches for pain. Representatives claim the skin patch will be more effective than cannabis-based topical creams, pills, or injections due to its more accurate dosing.”
“According to a groundbreaking new medical study of 30 patients with ADHD, all 30 reported improved concentration and sleep as well as reduced impulsivity after using medicinal cannabis.”