TESTIMONIAL: I Tried Medical Weed for My Chronic Pain
October 10, 2017

TESTIMONIAL: I Tried Medical Weed for My Chronic Pain

Nicole Richter Nicole Richter / Updated on October 10, 2017

For us here at marijuanabreak we’re accustomed to hearing from patients how weed has helped them deal with their everyday medical conditions… but when you come across a story like this, we feel it’s important to share it with everyone who believes in the magical leaf.

This is what BuzzFeed’s Motion Producer, Kelsey Darragh, had to say…

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1 comment
  1. Melissa Lambert

    I have always been pro marijuana even before I started smoking. I live with chronic pain and terrible insomnia and 3 years ago a friend told me to try smoking and so I did, not only did it help me sleep better but it helped me get off most of my pain medications. At one point I was taking up to 20 pain pills a day and now after getting my medical card I may take 2-3 a day if that. I truly think if our government would just legalize it so people can grow, have and smoke without the worry of going to jail the opiod epidemic would go down drastically, but the pharmaceutical companies fork out a lot of money to our government and they don’t want to lose that!
    Its so sad that money comes before peoples well being!

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