1 Reason People In Pain Can`t Get Medical Medicine& Get Treated W/ Out Respect

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tornado63 Says:

I`ve read some of the questions posted and they seem ligit BUT, some of you are just asking dumb questions to find out how to get high.... THAT`S MESSED UP & SO ARE YOU... NO WONDER THOSE OF US W/ TRUE DEBILITATING PAIN CAN`T GET THE PROPER MEDS WE NEED.. go ask the pusherman.. and give those suffering respect..sure some people may want to get a lil buzz on, so thats you`re business but don`t put out on the internet. if you go see a dr have a reason & do not look like you are a pill seeker...

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David Says:

I agree that people shouldn't be posting their private intentions for "catching a buzz" online. It gives a really bad reputation to not just them as individuals, but also to all patients who are prescribed such medications.

I don't believe there's anything wrong with wanting to "get high" in general, but it's safe to say that there are other more natural means of doing so, which doesn't involve the abuse of prescription drugs. Why not turn to medical cannabis or consider growing your own for self enjoyment? It's a great alternative with a myriad of other health benefits when consumed in its raw form. No one has reportedly died from it's use over the thousands of years that it's been available on this planet. With such little risk involved, I do wonder why people often choose to have life-threatening experiences with prescriptions over cannabis use.

Anyone else have thoughts on this?

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