A Patient Story Under “Legal Medical Cannabis” Laws

A Patient Story Under “Legal Medical Cannabis” Laws

A personal account of witnessing how life isn’t as easy for medical cannabis patients as the outside world might seem.

Regulating cannabis for all adults and those who need it medically will ensure that patients are not caught in the cross fire when the police are in their continued pursuit of healthy people that enjoy cannabis consumption also.

Let’s not box ourselves in by gifting a medical cannabis monopoly to the pharmaceutical industry when there are many examples of the highest standard of cannabis that have worked from the ground up.

Let’s not forget who we as patients have turned to to provide us medical cannabis over the last few decades? The recreational, personal and commercial growers.

There are potentially 10,000 to 20,000 jobs in the Uk cannabis industry yet to come if it is not monopolised and £12.5bn a year to the UK economy. Disallowing British people these opportunities to grow businesses from the ground up in favour of a New York style system would be detrimental to progress in the UK. Wider regulation is a policy that benefits the many, not just the few.

This week school budgets were being discussed, a quick glance at Colorado’s measure to regulate cannabis for all adults meant that there were $ Millions available to be pumped into schools, it was even designated to the school’s before the legalised it – why not have the UK makethe same deal. Is this not a policy that the British public, medical, consumer or not at all can get behind?

As we move forward we must retain the right to home grow, ensure social spaces are made part of the model so that people can be humans and interact – something that medical cannabis patients have described as essential for improving their health second to accessing good quality safe cannabis – socailising is good for health. Many of these disabled members will be able to fulfill jobs in these clubs which will not only benefit society but massively improve the confidence and mental health of patients that have been down trodden by a system of prohibition for quarter to half a century.

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One love to BoroFarm,, Pig Farmer, Phil & Amanda, Riot, Adam, Ganja Jon, Kaliko, Karry and Radical Russ for the good times in Oregon ~Cure
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Become a Qualified Medical Marijuana Patient

Become a Qualified Medical Marijuana Patient

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Parkinson’s Patient Finds Better Quality of Life with Medical Cannabis

Parkinson’s Patient Finds Better Quality of Life with Medical Cannabis

David has been a medical marijuana patient ever since his primary physician recommended he try it, and has experienced a much better quality of life.

Currently, there are efforts to close down all access point for David to get the medicine he needs and he recently pleaded with the San Bernardino City Council to lift their ban on medical cannabis dispensing centers and regulate his medicine.

Since then, the City of San Bernardino has raided several dispensaries and vows to push people like David back on more pills, or back to the streets.

By calling elected officials in your community, you can help protect a patient today by ensuring they have save access to life-saving medicine.

And by calling David’s elected officials, you can help make sure he has safe access to the medicine he needs!

Robert Jenkins – Council Member (909) 384-5222
James Penman – City Attorney (909)-384-5355
http://www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/officials/default.asp

Irvin Rosenfeld Federal Medical Marijuana Patient

Irvin Rosenfeld Federal Medical Marijuana Patient

Speaking on a panel at the Fourth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics in Santa Barbara about the condition that qualified him to receive medical cannabis (marijuana) from the U.S. Federal Government. Panel moderator is Mary Lynn Mathre, RN, MSN, CARN. Barbara Douglass could not attend.