Medical cannabis is used in 2/3 of the country as a pain reliever, but studies have shown that marijuana can entirely help pain that is caused by neuropathy… I have neuropathy due to being a diabetic patient. I often have a lot of troubles with the pain in our legs and our feet. I used to use opioids to help with that pain. I overdosed a couple of times and ended up in the hospital… That’s when a therapist said that I needed to try something else to help with the chronic pain that is caused by the mangled nerves. The doctor advocated using marijuana, and marijuana has been shown to supply great relief although there are some side effects. The side effects of marijuana can include drug interactions, increased appetite, hallucinations, dizziness, increased heart rate and memory loss. Still, marijuana can be used to help with the worst pains. Doctors all over the country prescribed marijuana products to help with pain relief. I got our medical marijuana card and started using a low dose product. I started off with a tincture that was half CBD and half thc; After our body was used to having thc, I eventually switched to a tincture that was more THC and less cbd, and now I only use THC tinctures and I officially put 25 or 30 mg of THC in our day, day, and evening beverages. I have lots of strange tinctures that taste unbelievable in juice, water, coffee, or even chocolate milk. I can dose with as little or as much THC liquid as I need for the day.


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