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Well there are 2 types. One you smoke and second is in a pill form. I know someone who went on the pills and threw them out after 3 pills because she couldnt stand how they made her feel.
I have heard that terminal patients really get relief from smoking it though.
Yes, some people with incurable illness are in immense pain. Personally, I don't know how they are willing to live with it, but the fact is it does help take away pain, no need to worry about the side effects because many people will not survive long enough to feel the effects of it.
My husband's had ms for 15 years, is in immense pain and totally immobile. He tried it but gave him no relief so he quit it. Wish I could say differently. He puts up with it and is looking forward to the birth of our 1st grandchild in a few months. Seems there are still things to be grateful for.
by andrew savage4 years ago
Thousands of people parish each year to mistakenly overdosing on opiate based pain killers and other legal narcotics? Would marijuana be the optimal alternative to this national epidemic?
by Beata Stasak6 years ago
Pro or against medical marijuana.14 U.S. states have voted to allow medical marijuana since...California first legalized it in 1996. Many apperas to sincerely believe that every customer is truly ill and will benefit...
by StormyMomma8 years ago
How do you feel about marijuana becoming legal for municipal purposes?
by Mmargie19666 years ago
What is your opinion regarding medical marijuana?This country seems to be slowly accepting the benefits of marijuana, a natural plant. Many doctors in many states are prescribing marijuana as a helpful medicine...
by Dr Billy Kidd6 years ago
Some college campuses have considered complete bans on smoking. This would put students with medical marijuana cards at a disadvantage. They would have to leave campus whenever they were in pain. Yet, they are already...
by Nicola Thompson3 years ago
Would you vote to Legalize Recreational or Medical Marijuana?WIth Washington DC and Oregon having just legalized recreational marijuana, where do you stand? Surely the rest of the country is soon to follow.
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