YOU GUYS GOTTA CHECK OUT WHAT EVEN SOME OF THE NATIONS LAW ENFORCEMENT ARE TURNING TO. IT COULD BE ONE OF OUR GREATEST DEFENSES IN "HEMP HISTORY" (now i get they are not advocates for med-mj...but they understand that the U.S. GOV. is declairing war on the public for this medicine for personal gov. gain)...they profiteer from minor civil raids and destroy the family structure of our nation by collapsing homes across our FREE nation for minor amounts of marijuana and these days most of the seizur
***Anxiety, Depression or Obsession - Even though mild anxiety is a common side effect in some users, cannabis can elevate your mood and expand the mind
"With the expansiveness that occurs with marijuana, the subject may begin to notice infinite possibilities to raise the quality of his/her life that would otherwise have remained hidden from normal, defensive consciousness. And feelings of health and happiness naturally lead to hope, which of itself can be curative." - Joan Bello[/color]
note articles 3,e and 3,i (under definitions) in the mmma act....it clearly states that the use of med mj for debilitating conditions, OR THE SYMPTOMS OF THAT DISABILITY is qualifying...your disability(if its depression, anxiety, or bipolar) doesnt have to qualify you....but your symptoms certainly can...chronic pain from stress, depression, migraines, nasea, loss of appetite, e
I have had chronic myofascial pain and neuropathic pain for six years. I took anti-seizure drugs to help with the pain in the nerves and had weekly trigger point injections for years. In addition, I was taking Tylenol 3s, and Celebrex to try to control the pain. Nothing has worked as well as Lyrica. Now, instead of 2,800 mg of Neurontin, I take 225 mg of Lyrica. I have dropped the Celebrex and take Tylenol 3s rarely! Lyrica has changed my life, and after six years, I am finally ready to get back
Pain (an unpleasant sense of discomfort) that persists or progresses over a long period of time. In contrast to acute pain that arises suddenly in response to a specific injury and is usually treatable, chronic pain persists over time and is often resistant to medical treatments.
Chronic pain may be related to a number of different medical conditions including (but not limited to) diabetes, arthritis, migraine, fibromyalgia, cancer, shingles, sciatica, and previous trauma or injury. Chronic
Marijuana and Anxiety & Depression
Anxiety and depression are NOT currently on the list of Qualifying Conditions for Registry in the MI Med MJ program. It is possible that a patient could use the Affirmative Defense-- and prevail--for the use of medical marijuana to treat symptoms of Anxiety & Depression. This however would require getting arrested, charged and going to court, where outcomes are never guaranteed.
UNFORTUNATELY MICH. HAS YET TO SEARIOUSLY RESEARCH THE TOPIC DUE TO ITS CONTRAVERSIAL ATTENTION AMONG THE PSYCH. DR. COMMUNITY AND SUCH...HOWEVER IF ANYONE IS ON DISABILITY/OR NOT (not rellavent) FROM CONDITIONS RELATED TO THESE POSTS, HERES THE GOOD NEWS, THE LACK OF RESEARCH NOT ONLY KEEPS US FROM QUALIFYING FOR THESE PARTICULAR CONDITIONS, IT ALSO KEEPS US FROM GETTING DISQUAlified...if you are on disibility for anxiety, depression, bipolar, impulse control disorder, and several other mood or
Is medical marijuana an effective treatment for depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety, and similar mood disorders?
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE EXCERPTS ARE FROM THE WEB SITE http://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/view.answers.php?questionID=000226 AND THE CON SIDE OF THIS TOPIC IS FAR MORE VERBALIZED IN THIS ARTICLE THAN THE PROS, THEREFORE I HAVE INCLUDED LINKS AT THE END OF EACH PRO EXCERPT SO SERIOUS INQUIRERES CAN FREELY LOOK INTO MORE IN DEPTH RESEARCH ON THE PRO SIDE...IF YOUR SERIOUS ABOUT TALK
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) defined depression and bipolar disorder in its 2005 brochures "Let's Talk Facts About Depression" and "Let's Talk Facts About Bipoloar Disorder (Manic Depression)":
"Depression is a serious mental illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act.
Depression has a variety of symptoms, but the most common are a deep feeling of sadness or a marked loss of interest or pleasure in activities. Other symptoms in
I have been suffering from anxiety and depression my whole life. At the age of 6 my father was killed by a drunk driver sending me into a downhill spiril that would last 20yrs. Diagnossed with severe depression at age 8, i stayed in therapy untill present, and have experimented with all the cocktails of psych. meds, mood stabalizers, antidepressants, anti-anxiety meds and loads of therapy ranging from once a week to once a month. I hate therapy but i know for a fact (experiance) that the meds i
Marijuana and Anxiety
I've heard a lot about how marijuana can cause anxiety and panic attacks in long term users. For the longest time I shrugged it off as people just getting paranoid about getting caught. Recently I have experience some anxiety while smoking. While it surely wasn't a fun experience, it got me thinking, and I came up with this idea and wanted to see if anyone else has had similar experiences.
This past month or so I've been having issues with my girlfriend of 3 years. I'd
A thimbleful is all it takes. After a day’s work, I pinch off a small amount of marijuana and put it in a steel-tooth grinder. The flowers, covered in tiny white diamonds of THC, release a piney scent when crushed. I turn on the TV, and instead of taking a glass of wine with my evening news, I take out my vaporizer and set it on the coffee table.
Outside the walls of my bungalow in Oakland, California, I can hear the rush-hour traffic, but I’ve already changed into my Big Lebowski–style robe an