Using medicinal cannabis for a variety of medical issues

I suffer from a variety of minor medical complaints.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve found it more difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep.

I often lie in bed for hours at a time, staring at the ceiling, feeling exhausted but unable to sleep. I am then extremely tired all day long and struggle to be productive at work. The stress of my job also creates some problems. I have issues with anxiety and migraines. Because I spend a great deal of time sitting at a desk, staring at a monitor and typing on a keyboard, I have developed assorted aches and pains. My back, hips and knees are often sore. None of these issues are serious enough to be overly concerned about, but they impact my quality of life. I finally made the decision to get my medical marijuana card. The process wasn’t overly difficult or expensive. I arranged an appointment with a doctor who is qualified to make the recommendation. I was able to handle the whole application process online and received my card very quickly. The card entitles me to shop at any of the cannabis dispensaries in the state. I don’t need to pay tax on my purchases and have access to high potency of THC. One of the advantages of visiting local dispensaries is the knowledge and assistance of the budtenders. They are always happy to discuss options and make recommendations. I feel comfortable asking questions and expressing concerns. I’ve experimented with a variety of strains, consumption methods and CBD to THC ratios, searching for that perfect remedy. I’ve found that smoking an indica strain helps to relax me and makes it easier to fall asleep. I like a sativa tincture for boosting mood, energy and productivity. I absolutely love using a bath bomb, soaking in hot water and taking advantage of soothing cannabinoids and essential oils.

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