Doesn't this all seem a little rediculous? I could easily point them to some of my 50 something buddies who've been smoking it like fiends since they were teens.HarryZ wrote: The docs involved here know it works.....they just want to know about the side-effects to see if its better using MJ rather than some of these other medications. Harry
In the long run maybe that's better. If it really is considered a drug like any other by the medical establishment, once they get their safety testing out of the way and it gets the nod, the cost should be covered by insurance and gotten from a pharmacy.HarryZ wrote: Like the neuro told me here in London.....we are treating MJ just like any other drug and testing it as such. We ignore the "stigma" that's associated with it and leave that to the others to get tied up with.
In the meantime it would be nice to see a few court cases dropped because the person had been using MJ medicinally in order to separate that type of use from the run of the mill "druggie". A little sympathy from the courts for people with pain would be nice to see.
Hi Harry,HarryZ wrote: Yes, that would be nice but I'm sure there are judges along with several politicians that simply can't stand the fact that perhaps MJ may very well have a place in the world of medication.
Hi Lew, thanks for the info.Loobie wrote: They demonized "the weed" to make it illegal so that we wouldn't be allowed to grow hemp for the manufacture of paper
Oh Dear, we've got a cultural emergency here!!syckbastid wrote:Sorry, I was born in '78 so that movie is a bit ahead of my time. Truth be told, even gory horror movies crack me up when I'm stoned!
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