Great read, and here’s my input there…
Great read and I agree wholeheartedly with the cannabis replacement for optimal health (and careful phytocannabinoid supplementation for preventative care btw).
I believe that medical professionals need to fundamentally view the body as energy, because that fits mainstream physics. Then health is literally all about energetic tuning similar to tuning a guitar string (albeit the latter is much easier to tune properly due to relativistic simplicity) — which is why meditation is so demonstrably powerful btw.
In addition to your cannabis methodology, logic suggests scientifically studying the psychological effect responsible for the Placebo effect in conjunction with cannabis’ perception alteration, because of the powerful ways that cannabis can shape psychology for positivity upon proper use.
Vaping cannabis, for prime example, obviously effects psychology (e.g. anxiety reduction), which can have a healing effect against unhealthy inflammation, etc., when strain selection (e.g. Cheese strain) and intake amount (e.g. mild via electronic temperature control) is fitting. This not only could help mask the pain, but could energetically restore healthiest flow to actually heal the source of the pain by better tuning the brain and consequently body via whatever physicality energetically involves the Placebo effect.
The universe (if you will) of strain differential is a sophisticated (and largely untapped) area for many current and future generations of medical explorers, because of the dramatically vast oceanic array of possible psychological effects styling (e.g. two cannabis strains can feel like completely different drugs — and strains can be combined in a virtually infinite number of ways for dramatically more effects options).
Strain differential hardly exists, apparently due to the often indescribable nature of those differences, and the relevant prohibition bringing inconsistency to (including unethically reinforcing the lacking care towards) strain availability and scientific research.
I hope to help change that for societal benefit fwiw.