I found the video impossible to watch. The odd angle and all the crap going on on the screen were just too annoying. So I scrolled it off the screen and listened to the audio. You didn't really say anything about marijuana and you didn't offer any evidence for its efficacy. You just said you don't believe in CAM, and you support vaccination. I'd have much preferred to read what you have to say than have to listen to the audio of a flickering, oddly-shot video.
My opinion on marijuana:
Recreational use: It should be legal for adults. I voted for legalization and it's now legal in my state. It's clearly less harmful (if harmful at all) than alcohol, tobacco, or any of the popular illegal drugs. I tried it (after a hiatus of roughly four decades) when it became legal here, and didn't much care for it. It's too strong now. I used it again for about a month to help me sleep during the period when I was weening myself off of oxycodone after my broken arm, and then quit again.
Medical use: Like any herb, the raw plant is too variable for reliable medical use. Many herbs have medical properties, but the variation from one sample to the next makes them unreliable as medicine. I believe the components of marijuana should be isolated, rigorously tested, and if found to be safe and effective for any medical conditions, should be made available in strictly controlled doses by prescription.
Smoke it (or eat it) if you like it, but until there are proper double-blinded, peer-reviewed studies, I think it is unjustifiable to recommend it for any specific medical condition.
Note: In states where medical marijuana is legal but recreational use is illegal, I've got no problem if you want to game the system by pretending medical use in order to get your recreational dose. As long as you don't try to convince people that it has medical benefits that have not been demonstrated, and as long as you don't sell it with claims of medical benefits.
Just my opinions.