Interviews with Medical Marijuana Patients

The following four people have a variety of medical conditions that have not responded well to some of the more traditional medications. Three of these people have experienced benefits from marijuana, some smoking, some in pill form. The fourth person would be very eager to trade in her present pain medication for LEGAL marijuana, but she doesn’t live in a state where it’s available. Shelly “I have chronic pain and a rare genetic disease called Porphyria. . I am chronically ill and have been so since I was a child. When I lived in another state I did use it...
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How You Use Different Cannabis Strains For Your Chemo and Radiation

I am here to help with some input about Chemo I thought I would do a story about how I used the different strains in my chemo and radiation. The medical world pretty much gives you 3 treatment options to treat cancer 1. Radiation The first treatment you think will be a piece of cake. Then, later on, the toll on your body starts from all that radiation you just absorbed. The worst side effects were totally eliminated with good Indica, like Indica 50 or Master Kush. I would smoke half a doobie before treatment and finish the other half,...
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Has Medical Marijuana Gone to Pot

Presently, there are eleven states who have voted to support the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Canada is legalizing it too under Quebec's Justin Trudeau. He's the new Prime Minister of Canada. In Canada their Prime Minister would be in the United States, the President. The states that voted are: Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, California, Rhode Island, Maine, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont and Washington. Arizona has a similar law but without a means of distribution. Ten additional states, plus the District of Columbia have laws that support the use of medical marijuana yet do not provide legal protection to patients....
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Multiple Sclerosis and Medical Marijuana

Multiple Sclerosis, commonly referred to as MS, is a neurological problem that is not only difficult to diagnose but also to treat because it’s a very ‘individual’ disease. Diagnosis is very often a prolonged procedure and may take years. Factors that neurologists look for would be lesions found through an MRI that would be on the patient’s spinal cord or brain. The location of the lesion, and more often lesions, determines how an individual is affected. Also there are tell tale signs in spinal fluid. But symptoms of individuals are as varied as the individual themselves. But there are usually...
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Migraine Headaches and Medical Marijuana

Migraine headaches cannot in anyway be compared to a ‘bad headache’. That’s what you’d wish for while under a siege. The sledgehammer like feel can attack at the back of the neck, between the eyes, the eyes, one side of the head—it has a variety of variations. The location where the Migraines attack does tend to be consistent with the patient, however. Every Friday evening for 15 years Joleen knew that she would have a migraine. It was like clockwork. Nothing could stop it. Nothing could help it. These attacks often happen at regular intervals, without much warning and can...
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