Cannabis is being used as a current treatment for a wide range of illnesses today, having been approved to help treat conditions like epilepsy, PTSD, opioid use disorder, IBD, crohn's, cancer, and much more.
Studies have previously shown that the majority of patients today, over 90 percent, prefer cannabis to opioids, when trying to deal with their pain and other symptoms. More recently though, researchers suggest that their investigation supports the notion that cannabis legalization might not help tackle the opioid epidemic in the way that many have suspected. But whether or not that is true, the reality is that people still need freedom of choice.
Freedom For A Few
There are people suffering all across the country who haven't been included to be accepted for access to their medicinal cannabis programs. By simply moving to set up a medicinal cannabis market, the government has still left many people out of the equation, who are the exact sort of individuals who could benefit from peaceful access to cannabis.
Free individuals shouldn't have to have their illness approved by a third-party before they can access a natural substance in peace, that might be able to bring them some comfort from their pain. In many jurisdictions still, the list of approved illness for cannabis treatment is too narrow, and only provides for few people to access cannabis if they need.
Every individual should have the freedom to medicate in peace.
The information that is posted above is not intended to be used as any substitute for professional medical advice, or diagnosis or treatment. The above is posted for informational purposes only