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About swamper

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    Getting rid of my disabling pain!

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  1. I was on Enbrenl when my symptoms started, the VA put me on Humerus, I got down to Texsux, and the Houston VA told me I don't have RA and took me off my meds when all I wanted was to be put back on Enbrenl. Now nearly two years later still trying to get put back on and my spine pain has progressed to the point I had to quit my job. Not happy.
  2. I am caught in this trap. I was denied SSDI because I can work while taking pain medication per the judge's decision in 2014. Now I am treated like bunny muffin each and every month to get my medicine in order to keep working, per the judge's decision. I have had my medication lowered to the point I am in pain all day everyday and still have to work. This is so messed up, that I cannot live like this much longer. I feel like I am being kept alive solely for the reason of paying taxes.
  3. Yeah, that's not gonna happen as long as I have to keep working. Some people are unfortunate enough to require pain medication because nothing else helps them. It's like my spine is slowly dissolving, and muscles are turning to stone, but alas, you wouldn't understand what it's like unless you've lived it. Cannabis does little for pain, but helps me exercise.
  4. I'll take that as a hard no, it's still illegal in the eyes of our masters. Yet I can drink like a fish and no one cares.
  5. But, is it legal to coadminister with prescription pain medication?
  6. Hey all, I just returned to My home in Michigan after two miserable years in Texas and have to ask if anyone knows the answer to this question: Can I now use marijuana along with my pain medication, or am I still a fkn criminal for doing so?
  7. Semper Fi! Did you spend any time at Camp Lejeune? https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/camp-lejeune-toxic-water-survivors Veterans’ health careIn accordance with the 2012 Camp Lejeune health care law, VA provides cost-free health care for certain conditions to Veterans who served at least 30 days of active duty at Camp Lejeune from January 1, 1957 and December 31, 1987.
  8. Hey guys and gals, If any of you were stationed at Camp Lejeune from 53 to 87, this concerns you, and a hell of a lot of other people. We need to be heard because we have been suffering in silence for too long. If you know of someone who served at Lejeune, please pass along this link to the petition. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/camp-lejeune-toxic-water-survivors Semper Fi Swamper
  9. Well they are up to it again, FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb gunning for Kratom, and yes the pharmaceutical companies are deep into his pockets. He has a well documented history of accepting bribes, er payments, from several pharmaceutical giants. Gottlieb received $413,000 in consulting and speaking fees from these pharmaceutical companies between 2013 and 2015.
  10. Want to get elected in Michigan's 2018 election, you had better support legalization.
  11. Any alcohol will work but the quality of the end product is dependent on the quality/strength of the solvent. One of the members here, GrowGoddess, has an excellent blog that covers RSO, Qwiso, and alcohol extraction, i.e., Qwet found here:
  12. Grain alcohol is ethanol, the same that is in all booze except you want 190 proof, 95% ABV if you can get it otherwise 151, or 100 proof. This is what people use when they want a natural product instead of synthesized chemicals.
  13. I forgot to add that I use the oil subliminally and get effects in about 30 min. The tincture itself works good but I have been avoiding it because of the pain it causes to do a sublingual 190 proof grain alcohol. I, also, am not a doctor but I play one in my dreams, so be forewarned.
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