The Cannabis Documentary "Big Pharma Doesn’t Want You to See” Released to the Public

Published: September 28, 2020

The Cannabis Documentary

The long awaited documentary film, JACK’S GARAGE“ follows the extraordinary journey of one man’s transformation as he discovers the power of cannabis, bringing his body back from death’s door and his life into balance.”

You might think that after two years of legalization in Canada, you’ve heard everything about cannabis. But no matter how much you think you know, you will learn something from this film – about the extraordinary power of cannabis, about illness and about healing. And how following your own path can make all the difference – not only for yourself, but for others.

This important film is an incredible story of healing – how one man healed himself and, quietly, became a legend for his work helping others, who quite literally came from around the world to sit at his table in a town called Kingsville, Ontario.

That man? Canada’s Jack Kungel. 10 years ago, Jack Kungel was a guy in his fifties facing a death sentence. He was diagnosed with bladder cancer and a slew of other medical conditions ushering him into an early grave. Prescribed 22 different pharmaceutical medications, Jack’s health was in ruins. He couldn’t work, and could barely walk. With nothing left to lose, Jack educated himself on the benefits of cannabis therapy. He changed to a plant-based diet, opened his mind, and transformed his life.

Today Jack enjoys full mobility and a cancer free life. You won’t even find an aspirin in his medicine cabinet. As word spread, people started arriving at his door, and on his website, desperate for help. His mission, to help whenever asked, and teach those with no hope how to take control of their bodies, their health, and their future. To date, he has helped thousands of people and pets from around the world. Jack’s Garage is an extraordinary tale of one man’s medical transformation and of those who followed in his footsteps.

Described by many as a legend, Kungel is well known in the natural health and medical cannabis communities – but unknown to the general public – something the passionate film-making team behind this project are determined to correct.

Kim Saltarski has produced over 400 hours of television content on past projects and his previous documentary work has been seen on CBC, Amazon Prime US and BravoCanada. Saltarski, half of the filmmaking team, says that for him, the project is truly personal. “In the winter of 2014, I received a melanoma stage 3B cancer diagnosis. Luckily, a friend of a friend shared his miraculous story of how he used FECO (Full Extract Cannabis Oil) to cure his melanoma and lung cancer. I did some research and quickly added it to my natural healing protocol. Here I am, 6 and half years later without cancer anywhere in my body and feeling healthier and more purposeful than ever.”

Karen Wookey, the other half of the team who has herself produced over 500 hours of television is well known for her work both in film and on CBC and Discovery. She says this story is personal for her, too. “For the past couple of decades I have explored the power of medicinal plants and herbs to heal mind, body and spirit. I work with herbs daily for my general health and well-being, and slowly I discovered the power of cannabis hiding behind its recreational popularity. When I met Kim and was introduced to many people with miraculous stories, I felt compelled to help reveal the long repressed science and truth about this plant and its miraculous power to heal.”

The 35 minute documentary Jack’s Garage will be released worldwide on YouTube and Vimeo On Demand on October 9, 2020.

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