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    Medical Weed

    heard on the news this morning New Jersey is allowing Medical weed now also, but can't grow it
    We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
    Ronald Reagan

    #2
    Originally posted by brucec View Post
    heard on the news this morning New Jersey is allowing Medical weed now also, but can't grow it
    can't grow it or not allowed !

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      #3
      so who's gonna grow it if the user can't keep at least 3 plants for personal use?

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        #4
        Originally posted by Oldtimer View Post
        can't grow it or not allowed !
        you can always grow it, just not legal lol

        heard they're gonna have special pharmacys
        We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
        Ronald Reagan

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          #5
          Not in here in VA....

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            #6
            Originally posted by Coleen View Post
            so who's gonna grow it if the user can't keep at least 3 plants for personal use?
            It really varies state to state and (as you probably already know) you're in luck living in WA. The law is on your side to possess 24 ounces and 15 plants under lights with written recommendation from your doctor. If mj works for you, it isn't a "tee-hee" dirty little secret anymore and procuring it is your right to exercise.

            From the horse's mouth: doh.wa.gov
            A qualifying patient or designated provider may have a 60-day supply of medical marijuana. A 60-day supply is defined as 24 ounces and 15 plants (WAC 246-75-010). The law says that a patient may exceed these limits if he or she can prove medical need.


            The Federal attitude has softened towards medical marijuana patients too as outlined in this Memorandum.

            As a general matter, pursuit of these priorities should not focus federal resources in your States on individuals whose actions are in clear and unambiguous compliance with existing state laws providing for the medical use of marijuana. For example, prosecution of individuals with cancer or other serious illnesses who use marijuana as part of a recommended treatment regimen consistent with applicable state law, or those caregivers in clear and unambiguous compliance with existing state law who provide such individuals with marijuana, is unlikely to be an efficient use of limited federal resources. On the other hand, prosecution of commercial enterprises that unlawfully market and sell marijuana for profit continues to be an enforcement priority of the Department. To be sure, claims of compliance with state or local law may mask operations inconsistent with the terms, conditions, or purposes of those laws, and federal law enforcement should not be deterred by such assertions when otherwise pursuing the Department’s core enforcement priorities.
            Typically, when any of the following characteristics is present, the conduct will not be in clear and unambiguous compliance with applicable state law and may indicate illegal drug trafficking activity of potential federal interest:
            • unlawful possession or unlawful use of firearms;
            • violence;
            • sales to minors;
            • financial and marketing activities inconsistent with the terms, conditions, or purposes of state law, including evidence of money laundering activity and/or financial gains or excessive amounts of cash inconsistent with purported compliance with state or local law;
            • amounts of marijuana inconsistent with purported compliance with state or local law;
            • illegal possession or sale of other controlled substances; or
            • ties to other criminal enterprises.

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              #7
              Originally posted by quadfather View Post
              Not in here in VA....
              no, new jersey
              We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
              Ronald Reagan

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                #8
                get Marinol (a pill) prescribed for you- for pain

                CWO
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by SCI-Nurse View Post
                  get Marinol (a pill) prescribed for you- for pain

                  CWO
                  is that pill legal in all states? I have really noticed a difference since I have not been smoking any for two months. I wondered for a while if it was really all that helpful, or did I just want to be high? I really do see a huge difference in the amount of spasms, loss of hunger again, and the need for a anti nausea med. I also notice the virtigo and ringing in my ears getting back to what is was before I started smoking again. terrible ringing in my ears since the day of my accident. I would totally volunteer for study of the affects of weed on sci symptoms.

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                    #10
                    will they prescribe it if you are already taking a pain med? I use the patch and vicodin for breakthrough. I notice I do not have weed b o too. anyone else get a weedy body odor after smoking a while? like, my armpits have a different stink when I smoke regularly.

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                      #11
                      Do you really think anyone would crack down on a plant or two grown for legit pain use?
                      (not sarcastic, honest question)

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                        #12
                        In a heartbeat!!!

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                          #13
                          Really? I find this nation to be going to hell in a handbag. With much more sinister crimes on the rise I say grow your own and ease the pain.
                          BUT
                          Who the h*ll am I



                          Originally posted by Oldtimer View Post
                          In a heartbeat!!!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Loves2rescue View Post
                            Really? I find this nation to be going to hell in a handbag. With much more sinister crimes on the rise I say grow your own and ease the pain.
                            BUT
                            Who the h*ll am I
                            Yes, REALLY! I agree with what you write but if someone wants to get something on you, they will no matter how pety. I listened to a police officer talk to a group of DUI offenders telling them, don't give me a reason to stop you. Don't hang things from your rearview mirror, don't drive with any lights burned out, make a complete stop at that stop sign, because these are all reasons to get pulled over and if I do it could end up as DUI. If a neighbor don't like you or someone from another town, the weed word WILL get around. Is best not to advertise.

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