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  1. 7 points
    Wild Bill


    I've been noticing that the topics here are a little more encouraging than they were a couple of years ago. I'm seeing more "caregiver looking for patient", "patient looking for caregiver" etc. than we used to have. I'm also noticing fewer posts about "legal and arrested", "assets forfeited" and "child taken from home". Things are looking up!
  2. 6 points

    RSO-CBD-CBN oils

    Might as well give some anecdotal evidence; A person very close to me got addicted to opioids. Taking all kinds of those pills. His life was spiraling down and down, out of control. For years and years this went on as we watched in horror. Nothing seemed to work to get him back on track. Then one day he wanted to try some cannabis oil. I gave him a capsule and something changed. He wanted oil and not the opioids. He wanted oil every day. Small amounts. For about a year. Then one day he just quit the oil and decided he just wanted a little cannabis to smoke to take the edge off. God gave him back to us now. I can't express how priceless this is.
  3. 6 points

    Med card if MI Legal?

    You would have better protections with your right to drive with a positive blood test as a patient. You can make a better case that a patient isn't impaired due to their chronic use. In most cases before a judge, having a necessity defense would be better than a recreational defense. I think that even if you didn't renew after theoretic legalization, having a long line of cards shows that you have done your best to stay on the right side of the law. So patients will always have the upper hand in a defense. There are situations where having a card helps with employment issues. Also, child custody issues. There's a lot of issues that being a carded patient will make easier to explain and handle.
  4. 6 points
    Good news after hearing from the pain doctor friend of the court is no longer contesting my patient's card and after a visit to her doctor on Monday she can resume her legal use of cannabis thank you to all of you for your knowledge on this case it is greatly appreciated.
  5. 6 points

    Why I'm addicted to the site ...

    I'm not sure what has drawn me into this site ... I found this community in March of this year when I was looking for a place to retire and find medical help for my PTSD ... there is a bit of in-fighting here, not always on topic and more personal than seems necessary ... but that is, I think, what draws me and others to this site ... Passion. Everything from how you grow to how you deal with patients is openly discussed with obvious concern and passion for the present and the future ... it may be that so many CG's are here and their dedication and passion mirrors my dedication during 20 years of military service ... I can instantly respect the passion of dedicated people, honest people, those that truly are striving to make things better ... I pray that the anonymity that the internet provides doesn't mask the faith of those that contribute and post here ... I see passion in almost every post ... this is a great community and for all the dings and dents that will always happening in public discussion, this place always rises above that clatter and really informs and educates through sharing of personal experiences ... together we are always stronger
  6. 6 points

    Is this a trap?

    You can't educate through a wall of hate. Nasty folks need someone to hate on. Lower the bar for all the crap they are pulling in life. What Michigan has going for it that you can actually grow your own. All the rest is just stage dressing and BS. Do some work for yourself and enjoy the best cannabis you have ever had and fill yourself with pride!
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