Bob as I said I have a prescription for medical marijuana no longer need to take pain killers one toke lasts me 3 days and nights nothing else stops the pain and swelling from diabetic neuropathy.They offered me morphine , when I was in the hospital with a broken pelvis. I turned down all their drugs even though I was in agony came home asap grabbed a toke relaxed and slept without pain for the first time in over a week!
Okay, so extreme run-on sentences and otherwise bad punctuation aside… this smells of either stupidity, or massive stoner. I somehow don’t think it’s the latter, but I really don’t *want* to think it’s the former… the original sender of the email *usually* has a good point. But refusing morphine, which is pretty much the strongest pain killer they can give you at any hospital up here, at least–there’s a reason, after all, why it’s only available in hospitals–in favour of going home and hitting a joint instead? I don’t know. Even if I supported the idea behind merijuana research, I sure as hell wouldn’t be turning down something to at *least* take the edge off the pain, if nothing else. I mean, I know I have a high pain tolerence anyway, but still. That’s just all manner of rediculous, IMHO. I’m beginning to think the only reason she did that was for the sole purpose of just going home to smoke up. Seriously… that doesn’t do a damn thing for the pain. You’re just too looped to notice it’s still there. Not much different from morphine, if you ask me. Except that it’s regulated, and if you have problems with it, at least you’re already *in* the hospital–again, this is why it’s only given out to people who’re actually forced to stay there. Of all the reasons to be in favour of something like this, that has got to be quite possibly the worst reason I’ve ever heard. I worry for you, Canada. I really do. If this is an example of the voting public nowadays, we’re all fucked.