In his new video for the song "Medication," Damian Marley says that marijuana doesn't just get you high, it heals. The cut also features his older brother Stephen Marley.

The clip shows both Jr. Gong and his sibling turning a prison into an actual weed farm. They also stroll through rows of herb plants, light up in the prison yard, all while people in lab coats look over the plants.

"You're the prettiest of flowers, girl, me can't complain / When I'm with you I feel so high I rise above the rain / And you no do people damage, like that b--- cocaine / And if them lonely, feeling only pain / 'Cause your DNA is of the highest strain," says Damian in one of the verses.

While watching the video, one might believe that the story of Damian using a prison as a marijuana farm is fictional, but it's actually true.

As we previously reported, Bob Marley's youngest son partnered with Ocean Grown Extracts, and they flipped the former prison Claremont Custody Center into a farm and dispensary. Plus, early this month, Damian was named part owner of the long running marijuana publication High Times, so he's definitely wearing multiple hats these days.

In other Damian news, the 38-year-old just snapped a photo with Jay Z, so of course the Internet speculated that they'll be doing a song together, but that has yet to be confirmed.

Until we know what that photo was all about, you can check out the new "Medication" video above.