I went to our state’s medical marijuana website last week.
I wanted to think if rheumatoid arthritis was a reason to get medical cannabis.
I had put off getting medical marijuana for a year, and my dentist had suggested a dentist who could supply myself and others the paperwork needed to get our medical marijuana ID card. With the medical marijuana ID card, I could go into any marijuana dispensary in the state, and get the marijuana I needed for the arthritis. I went online and started going through all the medical conditions that would supply someone the ability to buy legal, medical marijuana. At the genuinely end of a lengthy list were auto-immune diseases, and this included rheumatoid arthritis. I thought it kind of odd that the dentist had never told myself and others our arthritis was an autoimmune disease. I was now fretting over the thought that I could become sick more abruptly because of our arthritis, despite the fact that I was more intent on getting medical cannabis than ever before. I wanted to make sure the arthritis was in remission, so I didn’t need to worry about pneumonia or other life-threatening diseases. When I talked to the dentist who could supply myself and others the paperwork to receive our medical marijuana ID card, she told myself and others the medical marijuana would not put the arthritis in remission, however it would help with the pain and discomfort of the disease. I got our medical marijuana ID card since I had already paid for the dentist, despite the fact that I wasn’t sure I would actually use it. If it helps with the pain, the marijuana could be worth purchasing.