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Old Salt
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  • Thank You OldSalt for Ur service,that's the first thing I want to say and sorry about Ur back pain.I to was on a regime of opiate medication and if that's not the Devil of a medication than I don't know what is.There is so much stigamitism with marijuana that it seriously has to stop today.It seems the world is starting to realize the great help marijuana does for people and how it just puts people in a better place.Again ty for Ur service and ty for helping me answer my questions I put up here.It very nice meeting U here.
    Husband, father, and grandfather. Retired Naval Electronics Technician. Retired Senior Systems and Network Administrator.

    I grew up in a very conservative home. Marijuana just wasn't consumed by my family. That extended through my military career, where I suffered a back injury. The injury led to chronic pain and was treated successfully with low doses of opioids. In 2017 I had a flare up requiring medication. My family physician stopped prescribing any controlled substances due to pressures exerted by Health Canada, and our provincial health authority. The hospital's emergency department does not prescribe medication, and sent me to my family physician. Walk-in clinics won't prescribe more than a few days worth. Living out of town, I was faced with a dilemma. The constant debilitating pain opened me up to any form of relief. Cannabis was suggested, and I investigated it as my last recourse. Here I am, almost a year later growing that devil weed.
    Bilbobudkin420
    Bilbobudkin420
    How can something that heals so many be reffered to as devils lettuce. Its God's cabbage :)
    Old Salt
    Old Salt
    The threat of two years less a day in military prison, followed by dishonorable release, and the balance of the military imposed prison term in a federal prison made it devil weed for over twenty years. One of my coworkers was sent away for a seed found in a jacket bought from the Salvation Army. In the military you are scrutinized much more closely than a civilian ever is, and punishments for infractions are much more severe.
    Guy Cavallero
    Guy Cavallero
    Lots of us here for the same reason Salt......our backs.
    Glad to see that the stigma is changing though. I even had my own doctor (chiropractor), ask me about CBD. She was being referred to a CBD specialist for her Crohns disease.
    On a side note, just finished up CMS Crown Royal. Love the endless 2-3" nugs she surrenders.....youre gonna love it!
    All the best.....just swinging through!
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