I had to take some time to assume about using marijuana as a medical pain killer, although I soon went along with it.
Back in my twenties, I was diagnosed with macular degeneration of the cornea. They had no cures for eye condition, plus all I could do was wait to go blind. Shortly after getting this diagnosis, the bone doctor told myself and others I also had spinal stenosis. My mother was afraid to let the bone doctors do any type of spinal surgery. I went through a lot of pain before I was outdated enough to consult a bone doctor about my choosing. Instead of using western medicine, he prodded me to try a modern kind of therapy for my corneas plus my spinal stenosis. He offered myself and others marijuana. Back then, medical marijuana was an accepted form of treatment. Back then, doctors still considered marijuana a drug. Most people thought it was associated with hallucinations plus was nothing more than a gateway drug to the use of heroin plus other more severe drugs. When the dentist told myself and others about marijuana, I was not sure about it, although I wanted to guess better. The dentist told myself and others it was just an experimental trial that he was undertaking. There was nothing put in place by the AMA or by the government. I had to take some time to assume about using marijuana as a medical pain killer, although I soon went along with it. I was getting to where I couldn’t take many steps. Within a couple mornings of smoking marijuana, I found that my back was feeling less tense, plus I walked more easily. My eyes didn’t ache as much, plus my vision seemed to be a bit better than before. I didn’t think that medical marijuana was on the horizon; I was a guinea pig they experimented on to help pave the way for legal, medical marijuana use as well as using legal, medical marijuana dispensaries.