More than half of the medical marijuana community use the product for pain relief.
Medical marijuana is the preferred pain relieving product in 76% of the states that allow legal and recreational and medical marijuana.
I started using medical marijuana as a pain reliever. I was taking Ibuprofen and Tylenol every single day and then my doctor said he wanted to prescribe a pain pill. When I was a kid, I had a problem with prescription drugs. I did not suppose it was a good plan to go back to a prescription pain pill. The doctor did not want to write myself and others a prescription for medical marijuana. I had to track down a special doctor in the city. I paid the guy numerous hundreds of dollars, but he helped myself and others get my medical marijuana card. The doctor agreed that it was a good plan to use medical marijuana for pain relief, especially given my particular and special situation of past drug problems. The doctor gave myself and others a stack of paperwork with information and a website that I could use to learn more information about medical marijuana. He also gave myself and others the name of a community center in the neighborhood that offers a free medical marijuana education class once each month. He told myself and others that the class only lasts an hour, but it is undoubtedly informative and they hand out coupons for local shops. The cannabis medical doctor was much more friendly and eager to help myself and others obtain medical marijuana. I don’t suppose my own doctor ever planned on helping me.