The doctor’s pain pills weren’t working.

The pain pills the doctor was prescribing for my husband were no longer working.

He was already taking nearly the highest dose possible, and two months earlier, the doctor had added another pill for him.

When we went back to his doctor, I commented on how my husband was still in severe pain, but would not up the amount of pain pills he was taking. My husband was afraid of becoming addicted to the painkillers, which seemed to be more possible every couple of months when the doctor upped the dosage. Now that he wanted to add another painkiller, my husband said no. My husband slowly weaned himself off the pain pills, and we needed something else for him. I talked to my doctor about painkillers, and he recommended I try medical marijuana. Ever since I had broken my thigh bone, I had been having difficulty walking and my doctor had reckoned mended medical marijuana for me. He told me that if I wanted to bring my husband and, he would it address the situation, and consider him a candidate for medical marijuana. Within six weeks of talking to my doctor, my husband had a medical marijuana ID card. We went into the cannabis dispensary, and he had to talk to the pharmacist. They gave him the same 4:1 CBD/THC product that I was using. The best part of this whole marijuana situation is that either of us can be in town and stop and pick up medical marijuana for both of us. I won’t be the only one who can go into the medical marijuana dispensary and make a purchase.


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