Medical marijuana refers to the use of the cannabis plant as a physician-recommended herbal therapy as well as synthetic THC and cannabinoids. It is legal in including Canada, Belgium, Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Spain, and some U.S. states.
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I was on 19 prescriptions. 2 weeks after smoking medical marajuana my doctor took me off of every prescription and a year ago i weighed 76 pounds heavier. I was 196, a year later i am now 122
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On a trip to Colorado last summer, right after back-to-back surgeries for a cataract and for a basal cell carcinoma on my nose, our hotel in Denver was located a few doors from a recreational marijuana shop. We tried some edibles (chocolate), and I noticed that the remaining pain from the BCC surgery, while not gone, was easier to ignore. I also noticed a relaxed feeling I hadn't enjoyed for years, since I currently avoid alcohol consumption due to liver side-effects of my fingolomid therapy for MS. I also perceived sensation in parts of my body that hadn't been sensitive for nearly twenty years, due to peripheral neuropathies from MS; whether just imaginary, or due to reduced distraction I don't know, but it was nice. When we returned to San Francisco the following week, I was evaluated for (and received_ a medical marijuana license, and have noticed continuation of the benefits.
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