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  1. By the by, here is a quote from Humphreys regarding a coroner's report on a supposed THC overdose death of a 39 year old Louisiana woman last Feb: Which shows that the guy is not some rabid anti-marijuana crusader as he is passing off a coroner's report as incredibly unlikely because one would expect a lot more deaths if a THC overdose was truly the cause.
  2. Presumably you would have touted the 2014 study which found "lower rates of fatal opioid overdoses in the states that had legalized marijuana for medical purposes than in states where marijuana remained illegal". But a newer study - which used the same methodology but with more states and for longer periods of time - is somehow "ignorant, flawed, stealing from cannabis credit, twisted, anti-cannabis agenda". The word for that is confirmation bias.
  3. This is not about appeal to authority and what this PhD believes. It is about a very large statistical analysis that suggests on the whole that MM doesn't mitigate opioid deaths. It also makes no claim that no one is so helped.
  4. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-06-medical-marijuana-opioid-deaths.html
  5. Note that the study did not say that THC doesn't impair driving, just that there is no way to determine impairment from THC in the blood. Also, a big confounding factor when trying to quantify impairment from cannabis is that studies need to take into account the amount of experience (e.g., frequency of use, length of time, etc) each subject has with cannabis.
  6. Health studies that rely on self-reporting are generally the most unreliable.
  7. Agree that vape pens seem to be the future of cannabis (along with edibles), which means that manufacturers care about bulk cannabis that can then be processed into oil. These days I personally use mostly vape pens, unrivaled for portability and stealth. Hardly ever use my flower vaporizers. At the same time, there is nothing like the smell and taste of flower (sorry, added terpenes to oil doesn't do it for me) and my last purchase was only bud. Also, vaping oil makes me cough more than combusting (or vaping) flower.
  8. The not-so-slow destruction of the individual cannabis farmer. And the inevitability of Big Agri? https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/06/04/humboldt-county-marijuana-farmers-regulations-227041
  9. Your MM license is is confidential medical info that is subject to HIPAA laws. LARA doesn't report this information to other doctors (nor could they without your permission.)
  10. ^ "kevinjoseph" must be a bot, constantly replying to very old posts with unintelligible irrelevancies.
  11. That isn't evidence that the RSO helped (or hurt). Just sayin'.
  12. Always thought that specific claims re indica effects vs sativa effect were BS.
  13. That's a tough question because no one can tell you the correct answer! Not your doctor and not RSO advocates. My 2 cents would be to ask your doctor about what kind of progression you can expect if left untreated by radiation. If it isn't something you have to worry about in the next few months, you may want to try RSO topically and keep monitoring the progression. But you would also need a sympathetic doctor. Good luck and please keep us posted!
  14. Yeah, totally yuck. Stories about hashish production always grossed me out especially scrapping resin from all of those sweaty hands.
  15. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0379073819300751 If that last sentence didn't grab you, this is from a Gizmodo article on the above:
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