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Cannabis In America


12-13-2019

Marijuana reform, Legal Cannabis, its here and its changing many things for
  • the states where it is legal.

  • People with medical needs have been able to get relief from pain, disease, and even sexually transmitted diseases. Those diseases include AIDS, Herpes, and Cancer. According to the documentary,
  • Cannabis Evolution
  • , cannabis has been shown in small studies to kill certain types of cancer cells. In my book that is very much a win. We are not in the clear just yet as far as Federal Law goes.



    Recently I posted a link to
  • CNBC Television

  • on YouTube that talked about the Marijuana Bill the House committee approved. Don’t get too excited just yet, there is certainly still more hurdles to cross. The biggest one being the upcoming 2020 election. This is important because many Republicans in the House and Congress do not support the federal legalization of Marijuana. An impeachment of President Trump could also hurt the movement. That being said, this isn’t a political article. I think things will go well regardless. I also think that the market speaks for itself, as well as all the support and reports from more than 60% of the nation. The money talks and it is much louder to the Government on both sides than any of the wonderful stories we find on YouTube and all over the internet with a quick google search. Stories of children suffering from seizures getting relief with CBD.
  • CBD
  • is short for cannabidiol. This is the ingredient in Marijuana that doesn't get you high. It does, however, help with anxiety and pain. It provides relief without any of the negative side effects of addictive and many times deadly pills.

    Most of us were poorly educated about Marijuana in school. The Government had virtually everyone believing that Marijuana was just as harmful as Cocaine. When clearly, there is minimal risk and exactly 0 people killed by the use of Marijuana. This has become widely known to most Americans who no longer have an issue with Marijuana. Its just another thing. Just like taking pills has been for years. Many have died taking medically prescribed pills. Many have also quit taking pills and using illegal drugs (Me being one of them) that kill, and they used Medical Marijuana to do it!! Turns out its not a gateway drug. Its really more of an exit drug.
  • WeedMaps
  • has an awesome video on their website and on YouTube channel that supports this, its even called Exit Drug. I recommend watching it and subscribing to WeedMaps.

    Now its time for the what this site is about. Sharing experiences with the rest of the Medical Marijuana Community. I was diagnosed with
  • Crohns Disease
  • 3 years ago. I had very much been abusing prescription painkillers for many years before that. My stomach had stretched and swelled out. I was in pain. Severe pain. The narcotic painkillers I was taking did absolutely nothing for me. I was an addict and was sure my tolerance was just so high I should take more or stronger painkillers. Not that I wasn't already. I just could not tell my doctor. He was only prescribing
  • Hydrocodone
  • , a very popular prescription. Chances are everyone has heard of it. I was taking
  • Morphine
  • ,
  • Oxycontin,
  • and
  • Fentanyl,
  • when I could get them off the street or with a prescription. Turns out they are easy to obtain. None of it gave me relief and even made things worse. I still look back and wonder how I didnt kill myself with an accidental overdose.



    I hadnt smoke Marijuana in years. It just never occurred to me for whatever reason. A friend had offered to smoke with me one day and I was more than happy to. I wasn’t even shocked when it helped me. I did wish I had thought of it sooner. My pain, my stomach, my whole body was relaxed. I was high, I also was able to eat and sleep the entire night without nausea or pain. I wasn’t 100% better, but I could certainly manage myself better and was able to move around and do stuff. I hadn’t thought about quitting painkillers at that point. That took almost an entire year for me to finally pot Marijuana first as a pain reliever. I was able to successfully quit taking opioids/narcotics after 14 years. I had minor withdrawal symptoms, at least that I remember. I haven’t taken a painkiller almost two years now. Even without Marijuana I could easily stay clean from painkillers going forward.

    I am happy and excited about the Marijuana reform America is experiencing!! Im excited for others who want to get clean from opioids, and illegal street drugs like Methamphetamine, Heroin, and even this street Fentanyl that is claiming so many lives here in Missouri alone. Im excited for the cancer patients out there that need relief from Chemo and havent been able to get it because the one thing that might help, is considered to be a more addictive and worse drug than the cocaine that scheduled to be less harmful. Im excited for the kids out there that suffer from Epilepsy and still cant get CBD, something that doesnt get you high and will never hurt or harm them ever. Im excited for the states that have fallen apart due to crime because so many people are addicts. Addicts, that our current healthcare system created. Addicts, that can now get help and be given a chance to get clean. Not just because they might be able to use Marijuana as an exit drug, and also because of the money other states are putting towards housing and helping the homeless with Marijuana profits.



    Medical Strains

  • Leafly
    ACDC


  • ACDC is a sativa-dominant phenotype of the high-CBD cannabis strain Cannatonic with a remarkably high CBD:THC ratio. This strain induces little-to-no intoxicating effects and helps many patients treat various ailments like pain, anxiety, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and the negative effects of chemotherapy, all with a clear head.








  • Leafly
    OG Kush


  • Bubba Kush is an indica strain that has gained notoriety in the U.S. and beyond for its heavy tranquilizing effects. Sweet hashish flavors with subtle notes of chocolate and coffee come through on the exhale as powerful relaxation takes over. Bubba’s stocky plant stature and bulky bud structure...







  • Leafly
    JillyBean


  • Jillybean from MzJill Genetics is an upbeat and happy strain with flavors of tangy orange and mango. This strain is a top choice for creative minds and social butterflies looking for unencumbered euphoria during daytime hours. Bred by crossing Orange Velvet and Space Queen, Jillybean often expresses itself in deep hues of maroon on the leaves.