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mizerman

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  1. Who knows what will happen? I found out today that many on this website will be voting for Romney (who is about as ANTI-Medical Marijuana) as one could possibly be. If that happens and he becomes president I can guarantee you of one thing. He will direct his attorney general to gut each and every one of the state's laws who have medical marijuana on the books...and turn the DEA loose with a vengeance the likes none of you can possibly imagine. I tend to think that our medical marijuana law here in Michigan just might be completely non-existent by this time next year for a variety of reasons.
  2. Any "health care professional" who is against Obamacare must also be against patients who have pre-existing conditions. NOTE: That would mean that you are AGAINST every single legal card-holding medical marijuana patient here in this state AND across the rest of the country. In order to get one of these coveted cards, one would have to have some sort of pre-existing condition. And, as for me and some of the mentally defective individuals over at the 3MG, I found out that they are definitely NOT for any type of "patient's rights"...as their name implies. It's a growing website. I found out real quick everything I needed to know and moved on. Go ahead and vote for Romney, with any luck maybe you'll put him in The Oval Office...and, then it wouldn't be that much of a stretch for clinics like yours to get raided by the DEA and all the lovely eccentricities that would accompany such. Wash your hands. I'm signing off now. Mizerman p.s. get back to your "Compa$$ionate" work
  3. Well said! :goodjob: I also find it baffling that someone who considers themselves to be part of the "Health Care Professional Community" could be against what is so affectionately referred to as Obamacare. While Obamacare didn't go far enough to covering everybody. Heck, at the very least, EVERYONE should be entitled to have MediCare and the benefits that it provides for the same cost that my wife and I pay each month. How could a doctor or a health care "professional" have an attitude/opinion that would be against someone being able to afford to get health insurance coverage even with a pre-existing condition. Here's an example on part of the law/Obamacare that is an immediate benefit to middle-aged men. IF you have health care coverage right now, your co-pay for preventative measures such as a colonoscopy is $0 - ZERO! A few years ago it would have been a few hundred dollars. Sounds like a real compassionate health care professional who would be against potentially being able to save a person's life because they could now be able to afford to get a colonoscopy. Anyone who is benefiting financially from Michigan's Medical Marijuana Law and votes for Mitt Romney makes about as much sense as someone who might be gay and a member of the Log Cabin Republicans...and voting for Romney...when he doesn't believe in gay marriage either. Maybe there is a republican-themed medical marijuana website for these kind of "compassionate" individuals? If not, maybe they should start one! Mizerman
  4. Why would they be receptive? All they report on are people that are breaking the law in some fashion... Lastly, what you said about "the original meaning of the initiative" seems to have as many opinions as there are different colored crayons. I do know that what I thought I voted for in 2008 has turned out to be as far away from what I thought "the original meaning of the initiative" was supposed to be all about. I'm a liberal democrat and a disabled patient and I strongly support SB505. The radiation levels must be extremely high right now???
  5. Be careful what you wish for. Maybe you'll vote for Romney and this law of ours will be gone in the blink of an eye
  6. I'll side with Dr. Bob on this. I like how Jim used the word "phaqtoad" - that's an instant classic and kind of describes those like him over at 3MG who hide in their mommy's basement all day
  7. So, how many signatures did all of you get yesterday at Eastern Market?
  8. Pretty soon SB505 is going to "weed out" quite a few of them...
  9. The political game is played by the corrupt system of lobbyists. Money talks and b-u-l-l-s-h-i-t walks.
  10. "Today I am proud to say I have won my battle, although am always aware of the changing weather and the pain it brings. Thank God for cannabis." Ditto. My sentiments exactly. Congratulations Fat Freddy!!!
  11. http://www.newmexicann.org/usagetips/alternativestosmoking.html Suppositories Begin with medical marijuana flour. For maximum efficacy in suppository form, medical marijuana needs to be pulverized to dust. Suppository kits, beeswax and molds are available in health food stores and online. Caution, beeswax is flammable. And hot wax is hot. The safest way to melt the beeswax is in a double boiler. If you must use a microwave use a low power setting, stop when the wax is half melted and then carefully stir to finish liquefying. Once the beeswax has melted, gently stir in an equal measure of medical marijuana flour. The resulting mixture should then be molded into shape while still warm. Roll into cylinders or pour into a mold and when cool wrap and store suppositories in waxed paper. Suppositories should be kept in a separate, clearly marked container inside your refrigerator. Medical marijuana suppositories are well suited for patients who are unable to eat or smoke medical marijuana Medical Marijuana Flour Marijuana can be cooked into any favorite recipe. However, most people do not care for the taste so it's important to choose recipes that will mask the flavor. Chocolate and tomato sauce are often used for that reason. To prepare medical marijuana for cooking, the stems and seeds should be removed with a sifter or kitchen strainer and the resulting powder ground to a flour like consistency. Only grind as much as you will use at any one time as the cannabinoids will quickly degrade and be lost once the medical marijuana has been finely ground. Grinding does not make medical marijuana any more effective but it does make it more palatable. Save the stems to make cannabutter. Add a cup or so of the medical marijuana flour to any recipe. Because of the great variability in cannabinoid ratios, potency and quality among the various cannabis strains, it will take some experimentation to determine the optimum amount of medical marijuana flour to add or portion size to consume. Remember that it can take anywhere for one to three hours for eaten medical marijuana to deliver it's active ingredients to the bloodstream of the patient. Give the first portion time before consuming additional portions. An excellent option for the novice medical marijuana cook is to use a pre-packaged brownie mix. Simply follow the directions on the box and add your medical marijuana to the batter. You may also wish to add an extra table spoon of margarine or oil and one eighth cup of water. QUESTIONS: 1.) Do we have any members or visitors to the website who have experience in making or taking these types of suppositories? 2.) I know there will be a point in the future where my wife and/or myself will no longer be able to tolerate any pharmaceuticals whatsoever. And, I'm just wondering if this might be a serious option in terms of pain relief. Would it reach the blood stream quicker? Last longer? All I know is that I would like to be in some sort of clinical trial in regards to the thread that AKenewell started about the new medical marijuana pills that are only available in California. I am lucky in one respect; the hospital is just a few short minutes away from our home. Also, thanks to Michael Komorn for the very cool t-shirt. We got it in the mail yesterday. Hope everyone has a good week. Mizerman
  12. Along with pain mgmt physicians as well if you're lucky enough to find a consistent and affordable supply of medicinal grade cannabis
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