Re: Pot kills and it’s gonna be a huge problem with all you reefer addicts!
Date: June 12, 2019 05:52PM
> Watched a very close 30'ish relative bravely fight
> a losing battle with brain cancer over approx. 2
> Medical marijuana played a significant role in
> helping maintain hunger, body weight, positive
> attitude, and quality end of life - through
> multiple brain surgeries, chemo, radiation,
> clinical trials, and the slow decent into a
> child-like 100% dependent on others state before a
> very brutal death. In the very last 8 weeks, this
> person chose to step off the medical marijuana to
> die clear headed. At 4 weeks before death, they
> chose to step onto increasing amounts of opioids
> for pain management.
> Marijuana has a very useful and valuable role to
> play in human life. It has fewer side effects and
> health risks than many over the counter, natural,
> or man made prescription drugs. The benefits of
> Marijuana to people with chronic pain and
> diseases, terminal illness, and numerous maladies
> are huge. It should be available to those in
> need. It deserves more scientific study and
> adaptation into clinical care protocols.
> Botox or those erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs
> advertised on TV are probably far more dangerous,
> toxic, and deadly, and probably less useful from a
> moral and ethical or quality of life perspective
> compared to Marijuana.
> Marijuana does have side effects and different
> effects on some people. It is not without risks
> or side-effects.
> I'm a chronic pain sufferer. After trying a bunch
> of different over the counter and prescription
> drugs, I tried medical marijuana. I could not
> drive on it legally nor morally. It made my mind
> cloudy, my judgement suspect, my focus erratic, my
> thoughts negative and paranoid, and I felt
> dysfunctional to the point I could not stand it. I
> prefer to deal with my chronic pain in other ways
> - humor, anger, working out, exercise, stretching,
> and sucking it up every day. Medical Marijuana
> didn't work for me, but I can't begrudge those who
> find comfort and improved quality of life from it.
It's not safe to drive until you build a bit of a tolerance. Once you are comfortable though it's far safer than driving on opiates prescribed by a doctor, which is legal as long as you use as directed. Marijuana and alcohol are two completely different substances. Apples to oranges. One is a deadly poison that drives people to murder, suicide and renal failure. The other is a harmless plant that drives people to taco bell. Nuff said