It has been reported that marijuana can help people with terminal, debilitating, chronic disease, nausea and vomiting, and as an appetite stimulant. It has also been said that it can help cancer and AIDS patients with side effects caused by some of the drugs used to battle their illness. Some also suggest that it is very effective for treating glaucoma.74% of members of AARP (American Association of Retired People) said that people should be allowed to possess marijuana for medicinal purposes.
Would you consider it? The History Channel show I watched noted some of the ways marijuana could be ingested. Smoking of course, or used in baking (the old brownie recipe), or for making chocolate candy.
For a chronically ill person, or a cancer or AIDS patient, do you think it should be made available to them? In the U.S. currently only 15 states have legalized the use of medicinal marijuana use. I live in Illinois, and it is not legal here. But I could probably find some if I really wanted to.
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