How Cannabis Helped Me Beat Opiate Addiction and Deal With Degenerative Disk Disease.

cannabis instead of opiates

I don’t need to know why I’m lucky, just that I am to have made it out alive. I won’t waste the chance to try and make a difference. There always a chance to come back from an addiction. Death is another story though, tell someone before it’s too late.

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Could Cannabis be the Solution to Opioid Addiction?

Opiates and opioid drugs have been used for pain relief for centuries, but their use may come with a huge price tag: addiction and death. Cannabis may enable people who must use opioids for severe pain to reduce the amount they need or as a substitute with far less risk.

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All Edibles are Not Created Equal: Part 2

For people who make their own edibles (medibles) it is important to know which strains are most effective for specific conditions. Cannabis strains range from pure sativas to pure indicas, and hybrid strains consisting of both indica and sativa properties. Both strains have been found to provide similar benefits, such as pain relief, nausea and loss of appetite; however, certain strains may relieve certain symptoms more efficiently. Because sativa and indica buds have very different medicinal benefits and effects, certain strains can be targeted to better treat specific illnesses.

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Opiates, Cannabis, and North Carolina.

opiate epidemic

States that have legal access to medical cannabis have seen drastic reductions in opiate overdose deaths. Twenty five percent, one out of four deaths prevented by cannabis. Our elected officials are turning a blind eye to the suffering of their constituents and ignore offering medical cannabis as an option.

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President Trump: Leave Medical Marijuana to the States

On October 29, 2015, at a campaign rally in Reno, NV, President Trump talked about marijuana on the campaign trail.  Since his election, much hate has been spewed, directed at him, or his policies, or our American system. Hopefully, this clip may ease our turmoil. If not, fire one up and call your Congressman.  It’s […]

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