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Monday, May 08, 2017


Use of Marijuana and it's benefits are under doubt, that is why no govt. official want to talk much on it. Whereas some other feel govt. is doing business under the shadow of pharmaceuticals.

What is needed is for the Insurance businesses to stop Red Flagging any Doctor that would write a script for medical Marijuana. We have been told by Family physicians and our specialists that their malpractice insurances have said they CANNOT issue scripts. This alone leaves everyone with no where to go, no way to ask questions and a negative feeling to the whole process. Once the Insurance co. figure how to make and control the MONEY, this will all change. I am off all prescription medication-and their terrible side effects, you know, oh, that problem with your pills, let me give you this OTHER pill, we do not smoke it, all edibles and GREAT sleep, the best medicine. People need these meds and an insurance company and goverments should not be regulating how to care for yourself.

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