Medical Marijuana – What I Think

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13 Responses

  1. suemily says:

    this is actually VERY interesting …………how this is used! I do wonder how soon it will be available for “my” boy! 🙂

  2. Yippee – my first convert!!

  3. Jenni says:

    I support you…always!

  4. Renee Davis says:

    I have been a supporter of MM for years. Thank you for making such a well thought out argument. I love you and support you eternally.

  5. Heather you have done the reasoning in a logical way and no the risks and options. I say give it a try you never know it might be just the therapy needed for Aidan. Be brave and be supported in your decision making whatever you decide. xx

  6. Cynthia Trojan says:

    No need to “convert” me – It amazes me what you Moms have to deal with day in day out. Praying for you constantly. If there is some treatment that may help, I believe you parents, along with appropriate specialist should have it available to try. The so called “medicines” we often use are not without reprocussions as you so well point out. God bless you in this journey and continue to follow your heart – you are a wise and awesome Mom~~~~~

  7. Thanks-you so much everyone for these kind words.

  8. Diana says:

    My friend has horrible pain from neuropathy and is using MM at night to sleep. (We live in Maine and she went through a bunch of red tape). She has been able to stop ALL over the counter sleep aids and ALL prescription sleep aids and pain meds which left her groggy 1/2 the day and barely let her rest. With MM, she is sleeping soundly through the night (and so is her husband) and is able to better manage the pain in the day because she is rested. !! I’m all for MM ……GOOD LUCK MOM !!!

  9. Connie Aguilera says:

    I am with you!! I live in California and am on this waiting list for Charlotte’s Web! I watched the documentary on CNN and watched a trailer of a movie that will soon be released. I believe it’s titled Weed the People. Anyway, research is coming and us mommies need to keep on pushing for answers. Xoxo Your sons eyes melt my heart 🙂

  10. Astrid says:

    This is such a courageous post. There are so many controversies around medicine. I totally understand you wanting your child to hv eno seizures. I for one understand there are si tuations too where hte tratment is worse than the condition being treated. Like you say, some people have part of their kids’brains removed to cure epilepsy. I’m not sure I’d do that, but we have to respect parents’ and patients’ rights…well, then still there are limits, but hopefully doctors are wise enough to guide ethical decisions together with patients/parents.

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